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OBITUARY. EX-CR. JAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

0 8 1 T U A R Y. .EX-CJLt. JAGO. v By the death of ex-Cr. Jago. another of1 the fust disappearing, band'ol'.-Yi!: toihiu pioneer? liafe passed a"v\ ay Up till about ten, years ago. lie; was: a pro--; iiiiueut hgure 111, Richmond, mo^t of" bis lime being spentlnVBurnley,,where v lie was ?well known as proprietor of' the Rising Sun llotel. ire was one, of the tii-fc,t to build at Burnley, "and. did much to push on the piogieos oi < that' district. He took a prominent inteiest 111 the ledmMou ot_M.tuls scheme (which was initialed in Burn ley), and resulted 111 5 .wards and 13 councillors being, substituted,for.. Ibrcse wards . and 0 councillors. ^ 3lle; - was elected a member ol the first Council under the altered system in iisOO,- and with the exception of an interval ol about 2 months, represented the East Ward ratepayers until 10J3,' when lie retired, and'lias since " resid ed on Ills estate at Spring Vale LLis genial temperament made .'Char.ii Jago", the trieud of all, w...

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Richmond City Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

Richmond City Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 The following representatives were present: COU.NCIIiLORS. 6. G. Webber (Mayor) M Alexander 6. W Keinp : IX L Duviesi J '. T. Street . WARD. Centre Centre Centre ' WtHt "West \Y est North North North South South South East ' East East E.;Bell ... W. burgess ... ... W. Gieadelt ... G. Beachcroft A. Fear A (i. O'ConnelL... - C. Morg-m ... Tenders. For the supply of- roller . mill. for converting screenings into loppings, . there were three tenders, which were postponed 1-1 days to enable the Sur veyor to report, eaeli tenderer sub mitting his own spoeilicatious.. For the supply of two open tip ;vdniys there- were - three tenders, and that; of B. Hodges unrra- Park- Car- j .riage. Co.), .i'iii; was accepted. _ : . I . ? ^ -Correspondeuce. - A.: Oakes and Sons ;wrote complain ...lug of-, had state" of: Palmer-street;..-be-: tween. Gardner-and Burnley streets, /l'lie Mayor said he could l'ully emlprse all that had been written by Messrs. Oakes in...

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CRICKET. RICHMOND v. ESSESNDON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

C R I O k E T. RICHMOND v. ESSiSNDON. These teams met last Saturday on the latter's ground, and at tile cud of the day's play the scores were: RICHMOND.-1st Innlugs. U. Allau, c 1-roud, b Shea.. .... 22 A. Dean, e Kyau, b Biimey .. .. 33 /. Gooley, b Binney ....,_ 2 Lanipard, e Kyan, b Binney ... 4 /. Morgan, b Shea .. .. : - U S. Gillier, e Pitman, b liiuuey .. 3 V. Kelso, b Mabon .. 22 ij. Stewart, c 1'ituian. b Shea -?.. 21 .V. Macrow. run out .. vS I. Mackay. c Ilvau. b Shea .... 2 { Stln.ipe uot out . 0 Sundries ?.. 12 Total / 138 Bowling.-Binney, 4 wickets*.lor 30 .mis; Shea. 4 for 00;--Mahon;.ilMfor 0; 'loud, U foi 28 D^SE.NDOIS-rust Innings R. I'roud. c Lamparcl, bcrAllan"Jv.'S>'<%44' L'\«Ilanna, c Allan, b Muckuv ... 20 i\ Shea, b Mat-low - 3 U Kuiutdj not out . . 13 A. l'lttinan, not out.'. .. ." 2 Sundiks - _ 17 Tlnee wickets' lor,. :x. ;v.. 131 Bow ling -M.iclow "h 1, \\ lckct ful 39 runs: Mackay, 1 ^or.v2S;-; Lampurd. 0 for 20, Allan, 1 for 1!)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

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l[?]e-[?]ted [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 February 1914

Re-elected         Cr Bell's term of office as a       representative on the Metropolitan   Board of Works expiring at the end   of the present month, the Council on Monday evening re-elected him for a further term of three years. The other representative of Rich mond on the Board is Cr Fear whose term of office does not expire for some time.  

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

Notes. Jack Aichers health was drunk' heartily all the week The competing* coxswains 111 final heat,'the brothers Ilede, arc' still talk ing of the raec Bi other "Frankic says he diove Biothei Leo., out of Jus (.out se, IIOWCACI. Leo landed his ci cw home a winner1 , Jim Johnstone and Pet cy Bond, winners :of :\-SeiMOnjPair.':atiAibert:Park; lvegaUa,-. presented their - successful, coxswain, W G Waltlio, with a veiy neat gold medal ' Widgy's eyes did glisten1 . ? It is litmoured that "Jinnner" had av good .- win . in .-.'' Tatt.'s " last week. The /.dinner l is ? a -" shure" thing " now. "Big Poddy" is resunccting his tool-toot-this-week!.,. ..

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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

R O WfN G, 5*: i . - ? Scratch Four-oai;ed Races were, held by: the . above clubj^oiu Saturday last for trophies donated by that grand Richmond sport, Jack Archer. Thirty two oarsmen participated, and some very - keen and exciting racing re sulted. . Mr. E. J. Cotter, M.L.A., was judge, and Mr. Mai. Scott acted as starter. 1st' Heat.-Johnson's crew beat P. Bond's crew. 2nd Heat.-M Evoy's crew beat A. Girlmg's crew. 3rd Heat.-G. Grey's crew beat T. Jenkins' crew. 4th H eat.-M'Evoy's * * crew .. beat. Johnson's crew. , . - .. The final was won by . G. Grey ; (.stroke) ,T C.^ Davies-- (s),'-- G;si. Gox (2), A.,Cornish .(bow) from »\V. M'Evoy's crew.by'a few'feetRafter a hard race. , L. Hede was the successful cox-. < swain.-. . . .'. ? The- Rowing Club are to be con gratulated on1: having "such an ardent and enthusiastic supporter as our. ? genial friend Jack Archer, who fur i nished such an admirable day's racing. . &:The following have-been chosen by the - selectio...

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CHUCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

ciruKcn OF ENGLAND. St Mathias' 353 (Wailes 31, Nor deii 25,..i\lackey 21, AVhilakerj2o, Bell lS, Aston 14: M'Queen ihc for 37, Piggot two for 19) v St" Phillip's 47 ! (Schmid^ -20;Goldin four ?for" 17;\: As- I tun three for 19). - St. Baitholomew's 91 (F. Stewart 46, G. Rcaby 16, Landeman 12; J. Emus six foi 35) v St. Augustine's none for 14 (Appleby 11 not out). St.: Bartholomew's-67 : (J.- Skuse ;23,-; F; -Mart -16; Oppy 13,"-lilliot't -six for 2S, Griffiths three: for 18) v. .St.-James'. 91 (Mooie 19 not out, Matthews iS, Noiton 17, Jones 14, Giilfitlis 14; Skuse - two for- 20. - Hart two >for.!3r).::. ' St Mark's 136 1 (.Bond 50, Brock well 19,-. Gaskell . 13) beat St.-- Stephen's ? Li and -22 (Bond four for/3, Gaskell three for; -5 .-??(hat:/trick), bv/ail innings and 103 .Richmond District 07 and two for S2 . (.innings'closed) (Cidtich 42,1101 out; AViIlfanif '35)" beat; South: Yarrai 87 -and seven for 47'; (YVarne -29 ./and i2,;lLaidlaw 15 not ??'??.out) by ao runs; on th...

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A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

A 0 F. Star of JPorcst 72 (G. Lilbum iS, 1 Roberts-ij) Bisney^n: XV. Budge' five foi'23, A l'loopei two foi 14, Clailve'i Uvo for -. 12/'Johnson-: none vfor 13) . v. I Robin Ilood four for 64 (A. Iloopei 26. Schultz *rS, Grant one for ,j, Styles one for 18. Lilburn one for 23). Yanabcrg -150 (R Weatc 2y, C Ji'Ewan 20, W. Roff.26, Duncan-.15; Linden seven for 33, 0.» Batch one for | 19) v. Pride of Richmond one for'13. 1

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SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

SOO'i HERN GROSS 'COAIfD'J I 7 .. "VnoNr* :.£.._ I M'Conchic 'v South ^Riclimo'i 1 Method) ts-fj\iacs '-,1441 (Owen ' 51, Allan 22 Wallet 14 not out H*" J*'1 :)nondsi^3^for?J;23i^iSchrapew4&fora2ih!:-: Methodists o'for 37-(Andrews -i5"not out/ Quinii 12 not out)" s~ < Owen batted splendidh m making 54. lie showed some of his old form Andrews albo batted well foi Soutli iR.ichinond; 'a 1-hs 125'not ? 0111^were iinadc; lngoodstyler-'.-He-has-theinakings of a brilliant batsmam and^it will pi bably notvbe 'long^beforeuheiis.-ligiirT nig 111 big cricket," , It will be a hard fight '* daj (lliE\cj}£ playcr^m both teams. i>. "vgiji ,keen,^'aiid^JtheiTresult£i\ull "be AvaTched^vithwconsidefabJcsinterest/" .

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RICHMOND CITY v. NORTH MELBOUNE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

IUCIIUOM/ CIT1" v. XOR'III MEL BOURNE DISTRIGr. .This match was concluded last Sat urda\ on the Richmond Cit\ Rcsene, and resulted in a win for the North, Melbourne District bv 71 runs 011 the < first innings Scores - xonin mdlboukmj disirict Fust Inuxngb Y\. ATolj iieux, c G. Webb, b I! ~ 3 7 b A\r Rohsbuin,, b T Helo '' 3 \v ll'Pbeisou, b T Hole " ' 0 J Jl'Iutj-ie, c AV Johnston b 13 Dnies . . I'd A Yates, e G Peaison, i> T Ilele 51 H Bieailj, 0 V," Uujwaid. JJ \V Johnfeton . . 1<v H Poicy, e and b^T Ilcle 0 G Yates, b T Ilele _ . ^ H ' Stebbmg, b W". Johustou, 10 AN ALI^bh, b 1' I tele ^ lt> A ' White, not out , ' 0 kimdiies . ^ ,-v ,7 - ) { ; » Total . " " . 22V T Hole, " tor TS; W ".TobnJrton; 1 foi 24, E Dines, 1 ioi 45, G ~\Yobb7 0 £01 IS, G Peaison, 6'for 2J, W _ Hajviaid, 0 for 32 " * Second Innings W Rohsburn, not out .... {6 H Perrj, b E Nichol 2 A;-Yates, not' out.. . .... 18 Sundnes . . 5 - Total for 1 wicket . .. .... -31 ; E. Nichol, 1 for ...

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TO ALL THE AUSTHALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

TO ALiL THE AUSTHAL1AN STATES. Letters-For every i^oz. or uu der 0 ' Post Cards-Stamped ou Cards 0 . I Letter Garde to New South Wales, South Australia, Tas mania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand, and B'ljl 0 2 Parcel Post-For erery parcel of lib. or uiiuur ........ 0, h ! in. >i under 0 8

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SECOND ELEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

SECOND ELEVENS. Riolimoml scored-a -Aviu^ou 'ilie lir.st innings by 210 runs against Es'sendon oil Richmond ground, the scores being -Richmond, 391 for seven wickets .(innings closed), Esseudon, 173 anil ? six for 85.

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RATES TO TBEU[?] KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

RATE'S TO Til IS IJM I i-.U Iv I NUDUM AND FOREIGN COUNTIUUS. 8. (1. ; Letters-For every >£os. or un der . . . . 0 ' Postcards-each . . 0 \ Reply Post Cards-each .... 0 V Newspapers-loss. 0 1 Additional 2oas 0; * 0# Commercial Papers-2ozs., 3d.; 4ozs., 3]/&d.; Goss., 4tL; 8ozs., lOozs., EnL; then every 2oze. to 61b*. 01 Printed Papers, other than newspapers-For every 2ozs. or under, up to Bibs. ..... 0 1 Patterns and Samples - For every 2ozs. or under, up to Blba . . 0 1 Registration Fee 0 8 Parcels Post, wholly by sea For each parcel of lib. or nader . 18

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CRICKET. RICHMOND v. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

c R I Q K E T. KICHMOND v. ESSliNDON. Richmond scored a splendid' win 011 Saturday against ISssendou. 1» their tirst innings the.v bad only wade 138. while Essendon were within seven runs of this total with only three wickets down. If therefore looked like a sure win for the Esseudoniaiis. But' one can never tell in cricket. Es sendon curried their score to 1UU, aiid Richmond in their second innings, mainly ljv the splendid batting of Lam pard (0]i, auswered with 130 l'or nine wickets, when it was decided to close the innings and attempt to get' their opponents out again in the t>5 min utes left to play. Essendon required, to make 70 runs, but they were not keen"on the straigUt-out win. but, hoped to remain in till call ol time, and thus win on the first inning?. Their hopes were, however/ dispelled,: for Lampard (3" for 1), Mackay (4'for 1-i), and Allan (2 for 13), were on,the job. well backed up by .the Jiejd,. ami, .. disposed of the whole , side for- the small total of 30 run...

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PARCELS POST WIHIN VIGTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

PARCELS P0S1 WITHIN VIC TORIA. Limit welgkt, 111b. Limit of size, 8ft 6tn. In length, or Oft In girth and length combined: Postage (to be pre paid by etamps)-lib. or under, (id.: «ach extra lb., 3d. The stamp 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 postal receiving officer after he has ascertained the weight. No parcel will b« accepted unless fslly prepaid.

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Richmond Football Club [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

Richmond Football Club The*.Auuual Meeting of tile Xflcli ntond Football Club will be held at tlie Skating- . Uink, Bridge-road, ou Wednesday .evening, 25th; liist. . Norn-.. illations l:or .ollice-befircrs clo.se.;l. tyitlfi {lie result that the Hon. F. G. Tudor, H.l'., (the retiring President), was the only one nominated for the tiou. The secretary (Mr. W, i-j. . Lohsc), the treasurer. (Mr. J. ? it, ? Archer). also have the honour of n walk-over, C. H. Hall, Li. V, Iloy- . bert, and P. H. Maybury will" consti tute the Player's Commit toe. For Vice-Presidents (six to be elected). Hicio are seven nominations.' Mr. K. .I. Cotter. M.L.A., Cr. Gleadell, Dr. . Uosenberg, and Messrs. D. Henry. M.' I.arUin, Muloue, and A. Tietgeus. For the Genera! Coiimilttee (seven to be cleeted), therer^u'e ? -12 . asniraiita , viz:-^McKsrs. ! A. Anroiis, ; D; i BecU. Chatto, T. Delaiiey," J- llamblhi, 11. T. Kelly. W. A.' Maybury, 0. M'Intosli. H. Milue, P. Na'aghton. W. Slieppard. and T. Wrig'Iitt Mr....

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Schools and Citizens Excursion AT HAMPTON, MARCH 10th [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

hools and Citizens A Excursion A.T HAMPTON, - MARCH 10th Arrangements' are proceeding' satisfactorily.iu connection with the .Schools' and Citizens' Excursion to Hampton on Tuesday, March 10th. The committee will meet on Thurs day-^evening next at Town Hall, ami invite the presence of all ladies and gentlemen willing to assist. The Picture night at the Rich mond 'I heatre on Tuesday evening lastm aid of the Fund was a great success the building being crowded. All present were pleased, with the arrangements made by Mnnagev .Crews and his staff for their com fort and convenience, and delighted with, the excellent programme provided. Another entertainment in aid of the Fund is being arranged.

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MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

MONEY OBDBRS. United Kingdom, and other Britta** Possessions and Foreign Conntrleti ? for «acb fl or fraction of £1.

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PACKETS, ETC. r'reparation For Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

PACKETS, ETC. t'rcDaration For Post. Packets may be sent tlirougli tiie post:-Without a cover (but not fas tened -with anything adhesive, such as guru, postage stamp, sealing was, etc.); In a cover entirely open at one end or aide (if the cover be slit, the opening must be of the full extent of the e::ri or aide, and Ike contents must be easy of withdrawal). The cover may beiir the sender'e name and address, and the words "packet," "sample," or "pat tern,etc. (as the case may lie), " only." Packets may be tied with string, bul officers of the department may cut the .tring to examine the contents, aud tie tke packet up again. (Samples of seeds, drugs, etc., which cannot be sent as open packets, may be enclosed in bags or boxes, fastened so an to be easily undone and re-faateaed. Note.-If the above conditions b» not complied with, packets are regarded us Insufficiently paid letters, aud charged accordingly.

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