Elephind.com contains 7,236 items from Richmond Australian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
RICHMOND A.N.A. RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 17 October 1914
RICHMOND A.N.A."-RAMBLERS. LaBfc Saturday the above club visited Clayton, and, after an en joyable game, defeated the home team, the scores being-Ramblers, five for 76 (EL Mcintosh 40, R. Ohalk 24) ; Clayton, nine for 50 (Nancarrow three for 10, Barry four .foi 22, Yule one for 1.) To day the Ramblers play South St. Kilda, and are requested to meet af'St. Paul's at 2.15. ... .Dunlop 77 and 40 (Carlos eight for,50, Aston ten for 36) v. Rich mond Footballers 106 and one for 17 (Boanas 32, Featheratone 18 not )Out, Cosgrove 17.) St. Ignatius' 204 v. St. John's 37 aiid 66 (Baylis six for 19, Heagney two for 9.) ' South yarra 21 and L10 (Hooper nine for 47, Parsons three for 33, Williams two for 8, Rose four for #2. .French two for 26) v. Richmond District 145 (Hooper 25 not out Ogilvy 25, Parsons 20, Mason . 19, Rose 18 Simmons 14.) , Swallow and Ariell 183 (Starling three for 15, Johnston three for 65; v. Keniion's Tannery 92 and four for"125 (Nichols 26 and 11, Shelley 16, Layton 14 a...
Current Topics. Sunday Lectures [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 17 October 1914
Current Topics. Sunday Lectures Mr Alf. Wilson occupied the platform on Sunday afternoon last in the Market Buildings, City Reserve, and gave an instructive address on " Human Progress." The syllabus for the next four Sundays is as follows :-To:mor row, 18th inst., Mr Angus McDon nell, " Poverty-Its causes and Cure;" 25th'inst., Dr. Maloney, M.P., "Unemployment - How Broken Hill Mines cap be utilised to prevent unemployment;" Nov. ist.'Mr Prentice, " Sex Problem, past, present and future;" Nov. 8th, Mr Casimir; " The Historical Mission of Machinery," I
A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 17 October 1914
A.O.P. Robin Hood 60 and 103 (King | 22, Clarke 19, McKenzie 15 not out, Johnson 12, Hooper 12) v. Friar Tack 59 and 47 (Johnson six for 11, Clark one for 7, Hooper one for 22. [ Tarraberg 113 and five for 121 v. Flemington 45 and 62. ! Pride of Richmond 128' v. Essen I don 33 and 41.
Richmond Australian "Give me-the liberty to utter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties." SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 17 October 1914
Kith mo ml J^uslralian | " Give me-the liberty to utter and to I argue freely according to conscience above all liberties SA URDAY, OCTOBER 17. THE mischievious proclivities of some of the hoodlums that parade our streets has found vent in. the wanton^ destruction of eight of the new waste -papel receptacles recently purchased and placed by the Council to verandah posts in the main thoroughfares. No doubt it is fine fun for these gay young sparks to damage public property, but they will find it rather "ex pensive sport should the police get on their tracks. If only one or two of these receptacles had been damaged it might have been put down to the freak of some half-witted individuals on their, way home after a night's carouse, but the fact of so many being destroyed points to .a willul systematic campaign of mischief, and probably. done by the same class of individuals who find plea sure in damaging'life buoys on the Yarra bank, scratching on valuable plate glass windows, daubing g...
The Lirection of Aerial Highways. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 17 October 1914
The L irjction of Aerial Highways. ? ' Amongst the eastern tales which U. Antoine Galland brought from Constantinople about two hundred years ago, there was one about a mountain of lodestone, which de stroyed ships by attracting and drawing out all the iron nails. ] This was before the days of manu- j factured electricity and of electro- | magnets, and no one knew of the j existence of magnetic waves which might, be used to transmit signals, and help vessels instead of injuring them, but it did include the germ of a truth which' has only begun to be - appreciated, and even as yet but little utilised. To-day the in fluence pi magnetism supplies not only the magnetic needle,' by which a guide for direction is provided, but it also enables shore stations to send out time signals, checking the chronometer, and insuring cor rcct determination V of longitude. It is possible, says a writer in the "Scientific American," that there may yet be developed such a control . of . megnetic lines of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 17 October 1914
" 1.1NSICED COMPOUND," of Hi y&lt; sirs' ? proven efficacy, for Cougtos, Colds. IJroucbitis, etc; . co.\6ULI:th," "klinx," "TEN AS1T1XE," Cements for breakage^ n .Miufiicturing purposes, etc. i "LINSEED COMPOUND."- The i . Stockport Remedy ' for Coughs a*id I Colds. Of '0 rearV proven elliency. , "LINSEED COMPOUND," Trade i Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of L'nseed for Coughs and Colds,
TRY BORAX. THE MANY USES OF A SOMEWHAT NEGLECTED HOUSEHOLD COMMODITY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 17 October 1914
TRY BORAX. THE MANY USES OF A SOME WHAT NEGLECTED HOUSE HOLD COMMODITY. Borax is, literally, almost as '.'cheap as dirt." It can be bought in penny packets. The extraordi nary variety of uses to which it can be put is astonishing. An old and faded carpet can be brightened and cleaned by being rubbed with warm water and am monia in which a tablespoonful of borax has been dissolved. Added to the rinsing water of handker chiefs it will give them a delightful semi-stiffness. Cockroaches and beetles will retreat in a panic be fore powdered borax. Added to the 1 last rinsing water it imparts a | snowy whiteness to clothes. For children's teeth, a little dis solved in u'arm water, will keep them clean and sound. A tea spoonful added to a gallon of hard water will make it beautifully soft -a boon to those with tender skins. Thrush in children can be treated by wiping out the mouth with a camel's-hnir brush dipped in borax water. APPLIED ON LINT. . Scars (not old or large) and blemishes, can...
[?] on the Liner. [?] HOW AN OCEAN VOYAGE BRINGS ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 17 October 1914
CofiJ on;the Liner. ?* ' LINU NOW'-'AN OCEAN VOY A.CK- BHINGS'EJFOAGBMENTS. Cnj-i! is nowhere'in a more . fro lic ome m-)od thfin on board ship, and he plays"; his&lt;*pranks . impartial ly in Ktluon and, steerage' alike. There is 'never a long voyage with out at least one1 romance in which fe figures. ?- . A 7. anchester man who settled in C ar.ada prospered so well that he was «oon : able to send to England enough money for the passage of his bride.- On;the? (lay 'she should have . arrived he" went up to the station to meet her-vainly. He then made "innui ic.i, and ultimately discovered that ;,he landed safely at Quebec, but left the train at Montreal, plac ing her luggage in the office there in her own name and subsequently claiming it as Mrs.-r-- ' As the name she gave on the se cond occasion was that of a man who had been among her fellow-pas sengers,'her old lover did not make further ? investigations. There was a singular parallel to . this incident, about twelve mont...
Richmond Caledonian Society [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 17 October 1914
Richmond Caledonian Society Richmond Caledonian Society held their October Concert and Social in the Town Hall last Wednesday evening. A fair at tendance was present to enjoy a good program. After the entry of the Chief, Bro. Wilson, heralded by the Pipe Band, the proceedings opened by singing the National Anthem, all taking part. A Scotch &nbsp; Reel, by Misses M. and C. Imrie, &nbsp; and Masters W. Billest and L. &nbsp; Cameron, just set the ball rolling. The same performers later on danced the Reel o' Tulloch splen- didly. Mr Fred Orames gave a fine rendition of famous songs, notably " The Black Watch," " Soldiers of the King," and "Bonnie Dundee." Miss Betty Paterson gave a couple of splendid violin solos. Miss Bessie Martin's repertoire, " Bonnie Prince Charlie " and " Carrisma," pleased the audience. Recitations by Miss Elsie Pengilly, " The Pipes of Lucknow " and " Rhoderick Dhu " were well delivered. Mr Ern V. Trotman was very amusing, es pecially in ...
Electric Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
Electric Tram way > All the arranegments having now being completed, the construction hf the electric tramway from'Bur wood to Princes Bridge, via Swan street should be in full swing shortly. The cost of this work will be upwards of £160,000, and ar rangements for: borrowing the jiecessary amount have been made by the recently appointed Haw thorn Tramways Trusf. ' At a meeting of business people held at the Railway Hotel, Swan street..on Tuesday evening last, the work of Mr C O. Blazey (Town Clerk) hon. secretary of the Tram way Conference, was highly spoken of, and in recognition of Mr Blazey's efforts he was presented with a diamond brooch and ear rings for Mrs Blazey. While all concerned in the move ment felt that the splendid services of the bon. secretary of the Tram way Conference called for special recognition, Mr Blazey absolutely declined to accept an- honorarium or presentation of any kind, taking the public spirited stand that as Richmond would in- common with the othe...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
B O W LING. . Richmond Union scored an easy victory, over Studley Park last Saturday. . Scores-*- - RICHMOND UNION. Selleck, Young, MacGillicuddy, Bunce 32 Newlandsi Brown, Cuddon, Bleach... 25 Cooper, Pilbeam. Watson Hansen ... 34 Smith, Wallis, Wintle, Loughnan ... 18 109 STUDLEY PARK. Ferris, Muntz, Kaines, Wiahart ... 12 Blake, Derham, Roberts, Ferguson... 14 Gillespie, Yeitch, Derham, Oxlade... 18 Ralph, Winne, McCrae, Gordon .. 25 .? 69 In the B Four Rink Competition Princes Park scored 124 to Rich mond's Union 52. Henry Thomas Buckle once ?.einark ed:-"jYlen and women range them selves into tWee classes, or orders, oi intelligence You can te&lt;I the lowesi jlass by their Jiabit of always Calking about persons; the next by the faci that their habit is always to converse, about things; and the highest by their preference for the'discussion of ideas.'' Manager of travelling circus: ' What's wrong with our new midget? Hp doe.sn't seem to draw." Proprietor: "Of ouiir.=e n...
Women's Rights. MR E. J. COTTER, M.L.A., THANKED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
Women's Rights. MR E. J. COTTER, M.L.A., THANKED. - At a meeting of the Women's Political Association dii Monday evening last, Miss Yida Goldstein president, satisfaction was expressed at the Legislative Assembly agree ing to an amendment of the Local Government Act, making women eligible as members of municipal councils. Complimentary references were made to Mr E. J. Cotter, ML.A, and the following reso lution unanimously carried : "That this association cordially thanks Mr Cotter, M.L A., for intro ducing the amendment to the Local Government Act, making women eligible for municipal councils, and also the Government for accepting it, and hopes that the members of the Legislative Council will vote as readily to rectify the anomaly of women being eligible for the national Parliament and ineligible for local councils." It was agreed that the following questions should constitute the platform of the association ,at the forthcoming State elections : 1. Equal pay for men and women in th...
A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
f A.O.F. I Robin Hood.130 (Netherton 39, Arbrew 36, McKerizie 13) v. Flem ington. 42 and none for 3 (Johnson three for 12, Banner four for 26.) Pride of Richmond, 87 (Pile 26 not out, Ling 19, Hayes 12) v. Good Intent, eight for 47 (Bourke three for 6, Thornton, three for 9, Batch two for 17.) Friar Tuck, 45 (Weate four for 16, O'Connell four for 16, Roff one for 1) v. Yarraberg, seven for 113 (Weate 22, Rolf 36, R. Weate 12, Chamberlain 11;) Star of Forest, 109 (Millist 20, Green 19, Dench 11, McA.uley 10) v. Reform, 82 (Styles two for 37, Dench two for 30, Green three for 9.) l.N.F.-Richmond v. Hawthorn. This match was commenced last Saturday at Hawthorn. Richmond batted first, and made 80, Le Brocq 31 (not out), Gardiner 16, liowe 13, being the highest scorers. Haw thorn scored 59. Hayes four for 13, Donnelly four for 14, Bouyer one for 14 captured the wickets. .Richmond, in their second innings, have scored ll for the Iobs of three wickets. G. Le Brocq carried his bat. right, th...
RICHMOND A.N.A. RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
RICHMOND A.N.A. RAMBLERS. - Richmond A. N.A.. Ramblers com menced a two-day's match against South St. Kilda last Saturday,' and at the end of the day's play St. Kilda had scored 153, and Ramblers lost five wickets for 29. Owing to indisposition, the Ramblers were without the services of their captain and vice-captain. The match will be concluded this afternoon at St. Kilda. Richmond Footballers, one for 34. (Boanas 14 not out, Cosgrove 16 not out) v. South Yarra, nine for 200, innings closed (Carlos four for 55, Ashton two for 37.) Richmond District, one for 17 (Pettit 13 not out) v. Swallow and Ariell, 176 (Williams four for 34, Hooper three for 41.) St. Ignatius', 72 (Sheehan 10 not out, Lee 10) v. Dunlqp, five for 96 (Lee two for 13.)
RICHMOND CONGOS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
.RICHMOND CONGOS. .. The Richmond Congos and South Richmond Methodists commenced their match last Saturday. Congos had first, use of the wicket, and , rattled up 204 for the IOSB of seven .wickets, when they declared their innings closed, the principal run gettere -being- rE. Sellers 52r? tC McLaren 36 (not out), J. Lilley 34, T. Dickason 32, and W Ley. 19. ; At call of time South Richmond scored 47 without the loss of a wickft, : Wilson making 32. The match will ' be concluded this afternoon.
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM ANP FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
BATES TO THE UNITICIJ KlNUDOll ANP FQBBIGN COUNTBIBS. P?k- j- g. 4. Letters-For every ftos. or an- . ? to o ' Post Card*-each 0 X Reply Post Cards-each .... 0 ' Newspapers-4osa. ...... 0 1 Additional lioxa. . 0 0% Commercial Papers-2o«s., 3d.; 4o?s., 3ftd.; 0o*s., 4d.; 8oss., 4%d.; 10oz8.( Bd.; then every 2oss. to fill*. 0 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers-For every 2oss. or under, up to 51bs 0 1 Patterns and Samples - For .very 2ou. or under, up to Blba. . ........... . I Registration Fee ....... 0 I Parcels Post, wholly by sea - Fsr each pared «f lib. « &lt;iad«r 1 B
THE MACS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
THE MACS. Last Saturday the Macs played West Hawthorn, and at the end of the day'B play the. scores were : Macs, 156 (Will 38, Walter 31, Sydney 20, Adam 13 not out; Marshall four for 34, Wilson three for 36) ; West Hawthorn, five for 52 (Marshall 28 not out, Johnson 12 not out; A,ngus five for 32.) The match, which will be concluded to day, is being played on the Mac's ground, Botanical Reserve. Will's 38 was very welcome, and great things are expected of him this seaBon ; his forcing batting was well worth watching. Adam, though one of the senior members of the club, is still prime as a cricketer ; he scored 13 (not out) in fine style, and looked like staying there when Bob (another youth) was unfortunate on being bowled by a wrong 'un. A hhough four of the regular team were absent, the total of 156 is very good, and the Macs consider their chance of a win very rosy.
PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
PABGBL8 P08X WITHIN VI0 TOEIA. Limit weight, 111b. Limit of alxe, t .ft. 61m. in length, or 6ft la girth and - length combined. Postage (to be pre paid by stamps)-lib. or under, 6d.; each extra lb., 3d.. The stamp to be affixed to an adbesire label, to be ob tainable at any post office, which label will be attached to the parcel by tb« postal receiving officer after be has ascertained the weight No parcel will b* accepted.unless tally prepaid.
RICHMOND CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 24 October 1914
RICHMOND CITY. Richmond City and Yarraville match was commenced at Yarraville last Saturday. The latter batted first on a good wicket. They, did not offer much opposition, being all out for 100. City tried seven bowlers, the most successful being Pearson, "who bowled 18 balls for five runs and four wickets ; Dines secured two for 9, Nichols one for 12, Davis one for 12, Taylor one for 18, Hele one for 27, and McDonald none for 5. City put up a good fielding exhibition, Dr. Rosenberg's catch at square leg being sensational. .With- -an hour - to1 'bat,'"City put 'oil 68 for the loss of three . wickets. Rosenberg batted well for 21 (not out), Webb 15, Machar 11, and Dines 9 (not out) The match will be concluded to day. City players are requested to catch the 1.59 train from Flinders street.