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Richmond Australian "Give me the liberty to utter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. Current Topics. Cr Flevill. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

" Give me the liberty to utter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties." . ? ' SA 'URDAY, FEBIlUAliF 7. Current Topics. Cr Flevill. Cv Fleyill has not so far mucli improved in health by his visit to Mildura. Business affairs brought him back to Richmond last week, but has to go away again for change aud rest.

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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SITUATIONS VACANT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

-'SITUATIONS VACANT. i:-s.The',ricli bachelor sighed amK look- . cd fixedly .it the beautnul girl. >*'"..Things ,\\Uh me," lie said, '",arc .at sixes:- and .sevens. I . leel the groat need; of-'a woman, 111 in;-- home-one who uvonldKstnughten oiit-.iny : ..tan? .; gled'iaffairs and make life worth liv-v ing once ^igain." I lor soft gl.inee -spoke her excitc mcnl~ and expectation. " \'es she queried gently., ?"Do you know,"- he continued,--".of . any good,"able-bodied woman whom I could get to clean the house?" Father (sternlv)-Your recklessness must have a chock. Son-f!lad \ on mentioned it. I was just, going lo ask von for one. - A tonclur asked a class of children what, a skeleton was. One littlo bov who put up Ins hand replied:-, \ "It's bones with people rubbed' i 1366.

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Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 5. CHAPTER IX. PARENTS AND CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

Rights Reserved. VroLETilSLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND. PRICE. ?f - By the Author of "All or Nothing, ' "Two Keys," etc., etc. . PART 5. CHAPTER IX. PARENTS AND CHILDREN. / Very mucli troubled, in spite of herself, by her interview with Guy, ? yet very happy withal, Violet re turned home .that afternoon from the abbey woods. She wished for more time to think it over, and walked round by the village, stopping at a cottage here and there, as her cus tom was, to say a cheery word to some inmate. She had very little but kind words and helpful acts to give, but no Lady Bountiful was ever received -with gladder smiles than she was, and it was always an innocent plea sure to her to know that with all the narrowness of her life, she was yet able to do some good. And to-day, as she went from one cottage to another, her heart was filled with happiness at the thought that when she was Lady Darlington, she could do many things to bright en the lives that now seemed to have no sunshine in them. But al...

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CHAPTER X. GUY'S REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

CHAPTER X. GUY'S REMEDY. The evening meal at the. cottage it had been a very uncomfortable one, was over. Melville Lisle was in his librarj, endeavouring to for get the occurrences of the day in his great work on diaphragmatic propul sion ; Violet had retired to her own little room, and. Goody White was in the kitchen, discussing, with the dishes she was washing, the differ ence between aristocratic and plebe ian love-making. Anothter view .of the same idea wps occupying Violet's^ thoughts as she sat by her window, looking out at the stars as they one by 'one crept up to the dark canopy of heaven and peeped through. ' Why should Lady Darlington object to her marrying Guy because she was poorer than be? and why should her father object be cause Guy was richer than she ? for, after all, those seemed to be the only reasons. At least she could not see that there were any others .besides her father's wounded pride, and it. had been that very pride-of his that she had considered most. Whe...

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the Romance of the Colours. SOME INCIDENTS OF DEVOTED HEROISM DISPLAYED IN THEIR DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

the Romance of the Colours. . f SOME INCIDENTS OF DEVOTED HEROISM DISPLAYED IN THEIR DEFENCE. Custom dies hard, and to this rea son may be ascribed the retention, at the present day, of Colours by the British Army. Their sphere of usefulness, however, to inspire the soldier with (as Carlyle says) 'the divine idea of duty, of heroic dar ing-in some instances of freedom and right,'- lias departed for ever. Nowadays, -a regiment's colours re main but a severed- symbol of past military glory, to appear in "the midst of the troops only upon cere monial occasions. ??????. sl,-; : . [ Modern warfare is . responsible.yior, j' this. Battles ore now fought-upon-; the principle tnat e\erytliing as-far, as possible must be: invisible.1,'rins \ .forbids even the wearing-"of a .. bright, button by. the partir.spants.Mht; . glint from which might ^ make _ a mark for the encmj's marksmen, or {ne away elaborate "tactics, -nnd o undo lioui - of stienuous mjn L.il and phjsical laboui i- . ' ' Under th...

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PLENTY TO TALK ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

PLENTY TO TALK ABOUT. High up on the side of a mountain i ' traveller found a hut in such a lona i ,ilaco that hoivondered how the o): uouiitai.ii'cr and his wife outertain'* acli ir.hrr. .''])o ,>ou and your wile see many ..ooplo hero?" " Scarcely over sec anybody," was bis uply. "Then you have to depend entirely pon youisolf for society?" " That's.it." "And. \vim( do you find to talk 'jout ?" the visitor continued, having oticed lliat ueii/hcr as inclined to con 'or.--ai.ioii. " What do \v<: Grid, Martha?" he ap .al(;d tn lirr. " Heaps." she said. " When breakfast . ready i.i tin; morning I say to you i sit (U)ivn to \ o n colft'o and bread." " Yes.-' - .'And .vlinn it's noon and you are uigii:K about 1 says that* bread and . offce is ready." " Yes." " Ami when it's candle light I jerks iy head and you hitches up to bread nd lictr, and ivants to know why we .un't linvc hucon. Ain't that talk .nough, eh?" .. 1'cs, iliai 'b I lie eveBings, of course, nd I says if will ...

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A REAL SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

,V UlSAL SAILOR. Some years: ago a rather woll-clressoiJ .tan asked at tho_ booking office at tin Jenlral station, Newcastle, for a "sea man's return" to London, but the clerL i;ofuscd to give him one, saying that >uch tickets wore only issued to sailors ind that ho did not believe the applj .;aut was oue. " But I am a sailor," said the man. "Bow am I to know that?" responded, the cleric. " Well," said the would-be passen ger, "sh.vur my timbers, but you're j cum sort o' craft. Now, you wiry whi» kercd son of a scacook, if you feel mj ...starboard booui running foul of- yoir .steaming lights, you'll haul in your jat tackle a bit." - " Give him a ticket," said the station ' ..master, who had overheard the conv~ -ation, "he's a sailor."

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NOT EXACTLY GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

NOT EX ACT!A' GAME. Poulterer (to sportsman):'. "Vei. «jrry, sir, 1'vo sold out all the garni but I've got some fine German sausage .vhich I can safely recbiumo id.'1 Sliootist: ".'Fraid that won't-do a ill. My wife would never bclicro.rl slio 'om." r ?

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WIT AND hum[?]R. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

WIT AND HUIVIUU i. Why are Irishmen always laying b.iiv their grievances P Because they want '.hem redressed. . Wantanno: "Why do you call tli;n »oy of yours 'Flannel'?" Duzno: " Becauso he naturallj shrinks from washing."

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Central State School Old Boys' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

[ Central State School 1 ' Old Boys' Association. The fourth annual meeting of the association was held at the Central State School, Gleadell-street, 011 Thursday, :29th ult. There was a good attendance of member*, and much interest and enthusiasm was shown. The report, as read by Mr. W. Staaek (Vice-President), a .owed that the Committee had not been i.lle during their term of office. The balance-sheet showed a credit balance of £0 4s. iJ'/id., and assets £'.) Us. The election of officebearers l'or ih' ensuing year brought forth an oppo nent for nearly every seat. The lion, r. G. Tudor. M.LI.It., ha'viug intimated that he did not desire to be re elected as President, as he did not consider it right for one man to monopolize the position. Dr. D. Kosenberg and Mr. A. Y. Bramwell were nominated, and (lie result of the ballot was declared in favor of the first-named. For Vice President live nominations were re ceived, and Messrs. AY. M. Staaek and A. Y. Bramwell were elected.' Foj Comm...

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CABBY AND HIS FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

CA13I3Y AND HIS FAIIB. The traffic was.more congested thai: iSiwl, and the omuibus pursuing its wa.\ ,ow.i Itegenl-street was striving unsuc es-fully to get iu front of a hansom ,al>. l.nragcd ;il his non-success, the drivci .-.ailed oui, nitriMstieall.v, "Sow, then. aLib.v, vvIiqi'i.' do yer think you're driv >g your rabbit hulch to?'1 1 This ociupaut of (ho cuii. a meek-eyed urate. |>ut out his head to remon strate. but instantly.- withdrew it o:. leing greeted with, ."HolloaI are jou ubcre. too, bunny?''

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WHAT'S IN A NAME? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

WHAT'S IX A NAME? ? At ..Amsterdam a . now society, ha:. ,een formed for I lie employers of barge: .non: It is tailed. the " Scliuitenver ..oerderspatroo:isvcroonigi_ij?.".. The em ployers of bargemen on the Thames, I i understand, liave to use strong Ian age, but I never heard of them call ing their .iien such a : name as -this./ L: lo not know what it sounds like-it is wful to look at.

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THE ART OF BUYING AND SELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

iHE ART OF BUYING AND SELL ING., Customer: " What is the price of jheese ?" Shopkeeper:'"Ei};Iitpencc a pound." Customer: " But the dealer opposit soils it for sevcn^oiice." Shopkeeper: " '1 hen KQ there and bu;. ft." Customer: "Bui he hasn't got any* '-Shopkeeper: ""'The kind of cheese j have not got you can have at seven yence a pound also."

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DID SHE INTEND TO PROVIDE THEM? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

DID SHE INTEND TO PROVIDE TJ1EM? Julia: Yes, dear, I vvill try and lighten tlio daily troubles arid 'yvorrie; f your life as bestl can." Arthur: "But, 1. linv.p,,11o:ie, darling.: Julia: You silly bov:!1 mean, of . .ourso, thoso you'will have, when we an ?Harried."

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SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

SOUTHERN CliOSS COAIPETI ; TION. L. 'Sl'Uoiiclnc 'Vi'Canibcrwell Baptist. Macs, 1st 'innings, 134 (Will 41, Uoy .?20::sruttci'sou-r2-'avickctsvfor.':35i Dow liug 4 -tor 17): Cauibenyell Baptists, 3-> ami 1.J1 (Patterson 21, Dowhng ^0, Tiott 2S, Burdress 24). ~ , rJ'liu Mats -\\eie absolutely at tliuii' bust in ?.?-.the* beld ? last*: Suturduy; .tbcy. ^eie all good. Perhaps Sjdney was a little above the others; be tool: three vury-gooil catches. "William (Ked) batted splendidly for 41. lie is in good all-round lorin this year. 1 ? - Angus bowled . extra well this match, and he thoroughly deserved the hat triclc that lie got. All the'Macs aie looking forwiud to a good, hard: light, -against South Richmond on Saturday. Lincoln, 115 (Walker 25, Drew IS. O'Connell 10, Taylor ll.jjlarkson LI: Phillips: two: for none,-:Powor - tour tor 30, Purvis tno for s2S), \. Swallow and Anell, none for *47 (Moon 32 not out, Purvis 13~ not out). lUclimond Footballers, 123 (Arbrew 27, Goldin :21;-rAu...

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RICHMOND CITY v. NORTH MELBOURNE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

lUCHMONL* 01 TV ISOR'llI M15L BOUKXE DISTK1CT. 'lhib match was commenced on the (Jj ty .Iteserve ? - - last- Saturday, and at the dra wing v ol the istuiiips the scores were. SOUTH MliLBOUltXli D1STIULT. , Filial lUUlUgb | \V\ Molyneu.x, c G.'Webb, b T. llele 70 \V Kolisbum, b T. Hele 1 \Y. 3i'i'hei!>ou, b T. Hele ^ 0 J 31'Intyie, c W. Johnston, b'lJ. - DiiK'b .. *( .. oO A. Yates, c G. I'eai'-ou, b. T. Llele ol H Bieailj, cAV llajwaid, b \V. Johnston IS II. I'eicj, c aud b^ Tv llele ..... U G. Yatcb, b T. Hele .. .. .. S U. Slebbing, b W. Johnston .... 10 W. M'Leish, b T. Hele 10 A' White,x not out^.. ........ 0 tjiimliiOb.r .. i-.'K'.. .... .. 7 I ,v Tot.il >>b T.'ETele, ^7 for 78, - W. Johnston. 2 i for 24; 13. Dines, 1 lor 45; G. Webb, 0 tor IS, G. Peaisou, U lor 21; W. Haywaul, 0 loi 32. <" RICHMOND CITY -lsf Innings. II. Wales, not out i "\V. Johnston, b G. Yates 0 T llele, not out . 0 Sundiies 7 4 Total for L-wicket 0 G Yates, 1 lor 1. »; .The; secretary ^...

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A Gruesome Trip. COUNCILLORS TO VISIT THE CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

A Gruesome Trip. COLWCILLOltS TO VISIT THE CEMETERY. Hichmond councillors have at times accepted invitations to peculiar func tions, but au ollicial visit to a burial ground is one that they evidently draw, .the line at, judging by their reluct ance on Monday evening. The letter was from the seceretary of tlie new Melbourne Cemetery Trust at Fawk ner, and contained a polite invitation to the Mayor and Councillors to fore gather at this sacred enclosure on 12th February, presumably not to attend a funeral or -witness a cremation, but to inspect the improvements made in the city's necropolis. Serious as the sub ject might appear to. ordinary mortals, councillors (wlio probably do not come under that category) treated it in a light-hearted manner. Cr. Alexander-l move that the gentlemen on the other side of. Ike table (Labor councillors) attend. They will be able to worthily represent the Council. The gates close at live o'clock, so they'll have ; to hurry up. If they're closed in-well...

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Proposed Abolition of the Ward System. CAPTURING THE WEST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

P roposed Abolition of the Ward System. . CAiyrUUI^a THE WEST WAUD. Tlie secretary ltichiuond Branch Political Labor Council forwarded to the Council on Monday eveuiuga copy Uf a resolution, adopted by that -bo.iy to tlie effect that the Council; older :u referendum of the ratepayers-,on tho question of abolishing the ward sys tem. It was urged that tlie abolition of wards would conduce to ii more equitable maintenance of the streets, aud a more - economical and compact working of the city generally. Tlie Town Clerk said that the Local Government Act provided that ono fourth of the ratepayers must petition tlie Council before the ward system can be abolished. Cr. Beachcrol't moved that the mat ter be referred to Public Works Com mittee. Cr. Street, in seconding the motion, humorously remarked that it would probably result in capturing the West Ward for. Labor. ? ' Cr. Morgan, while, in favor of the ward system being abolished, thought the P.L.C. should be made acquainted' with the p...

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THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

THE LADIES. The Ladies Vttfla Club held their weekly shoot sit the .Miniature Rifle Range. Church street The highest scorers were : Name Score H'cap T'tal Mrs Sadler 69 2 70 Miss A. i lark 68 3 70 Baker 58 9 67 Mrs Lowe 62 4 66 Miss Hunter 57 9 66 " Ashton 56 10 6G " L. Clark 61 2 63 Mrs Schmidt 58 5 63 Mis3 Harris 57 4 61 "COAGULU'E," "KL1NX," "TEN ASJLTINE," Cements for breakage*. innuufacUiriug purposes, etc. "LINSEED COMPOUND." - The 'Stockport Remedy' for Coughs aud Colds. Of '0 '.fa- ?' proven efficacy. To be fed Is uot simply to have enough to cat. luit enough of proper elenionta. " LINSEED COMPOUND," Trade Mark of Kay's Compound Essence Of T/nsecd for Coughs and Colds; "LINSEED COMPOUND" for Coughs Mid Colds. Loosens phlegm, il'ays Irritation.

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RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB [?] 312 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

The IJicliuioud ltitle Club held a elul) competition at l'ort Melbourne "Uungi.'s 011 Saturday last. The condi tions were 1-1 shots at 000 ami li.O,) yards, to count [or the l'resideut's and Championship. lliu highest scorers were: At 000 Yards W. .Tones .. TO .. 10 A. Til It .. . . - 00 .. S CJ. Liull .. .. 00 .1 8 J. I{. 'Sadler 00 .. 10 U. Lowe ........ OS .. 10 W. LI. .Smith 07 .. 8' 11. * Hancock. .. 00 .. 8 \\\ T.,Smith ...... 03 .. S U. Chipper ...... ,01 .. 10 J. Nichols CO .. S At 1000 Yards J. Nichols......... 70 .. 7 K. Lowe ......... 70 .. 10 C. Kusler.. 02 .. 16 II. Hancock 00 .. 10 ;i. It. Sadler 57^ ?.. 12 A. Tutt.. \ 00 .. 10' AV. II. Smith 3-t. ... 10 \Y. X. Smith.. -.1 .. .53 ..10 W. Clark . Tjo .. 12 W. Jones .. .. .. .". 53 . .. 12

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