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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
POSTAL INFORMATION. For the information of our readers nre herewith publish tlie SAXES FOlt PLACES IN VIGTOUIA. r. d. »/efters-Half-ounci; or uuder . 0 1 " For every ounce ... 0 V Express Delivery-For each letter or packet, not exceed ing 8oz" for lirst mile (in ad dition to ordinary postage). . 0 4._ Tor every additional half-inne . or under 0 2 Late fee . . 0 1 Packets - Commercial and printed papers (maximum weight 51bs., dimensions not tfi exceed 2ft. lii length, 1ft. depth or width), for every 2oz. or fraction thereof ... t) 1 Patterns and samples, packet# at merchandise, stc. (maxi mum weight lib., xlimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, ; 1ft in depth or width), rate 0-ot postage for every 2oz. or '^ fraction thereof . 0 1 Bocks--5?or 'every- ibz7"or ~rio-~ :: , der, up to 51ba. ....... .0 1 Newspaper*-For each news paper G Oft Newspapers, magazines, and publications not published in tb» Commonwealth, 2oz.... 0 Oft Poat Cards-each 0 1 Reply Post Cards-each .... 0 2 Letter Ca...
ORDINARY ELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
UUU1NAUV TiiLICGUAJltj. > B. tl town and cuburban, williiu prescribed limits, or within fifteen miles from tiie send ing station, including address and signature (not exceeding 'sixteen words) 0 8 Bach additional word 8 1 Other places within the State, except town and suburban, including address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen - words) 0 9 Each additional word ..... 0 1 Interstate, i.e., from any one State to any other State, in cluding address und signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) 1 0 ttach additional word 0 1 Double the foregoing rates to be charged for the transmission of iele ; grams on Sunday. Christmas Day. and Good Friday, and for " UrgeDt" tele grams.
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
POSTAL NOTES. PoaUl Notes uiuj' lie oblaiued u'. auj Post Office in Victoria. Tiie following are the denominations >1 tlie notes, aud the poundage or price charged for them:-Is., i£u.; Is. tid., Kd.; 2a., Id.; 2b. Gd.. Id.; 3s., Id.: 3s. 6d., Id.; 4s., Id.; 4s. U&lt;L. 3d.: 5b.. lVsd.; 7s. 6d., 2d.; 10a., 3d.; 10a. tid., 3d.; 15B., t«a.; 20s., 3d.
Druids Easter Bazaar RICHMOND STALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
Druids Easter Bazaar l.'Il'HMOND STALL. '! he hon. secretary of Richmond festal 1 Druid's Easter Bazaar in aid oE Austin Hospital and Free Kinder gartens, acknowledges the following donations.: Collected by Mrs Blazey Dunmoy's Model Stores £L 1 0 Mr David Mitchell... ... i 10 Melb. ElectiicSupply Co., 1 10 Mrs Blooinfield ... ... 1 1 0 Kennon and Sons ... ... I 1 0 Mr i) C Bltfzey ... ... 1 1 0 Mr F Gold ... ... 0 10 G Miss Lee ... ... ... ... 0 10 0 Flemming and Wbitelaw, |.cwt case lire servene-Soup. Collected bj' Mrs Forbes Mr-Wnghorne 0 10 6 ,\Jr Forbes, lady's umbrella. Collec'ed by Mrs Tudor-Mr Mash, hat, value 10/6. . Collected by Mrs Rosenberg Kionheimer. box of cigarettes. -Collected by Mrs George-Mr George, pair buggy lamps.
Richmond Caledonian Society [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
Richmond Caledonian Society Last' Monday's Concert and Social under the auspices of the Richmond Caledonian Society was again a pronounced success At 8 o'clock the Acting Chief (Bro. J Davidson) proceeded by the Richmond Pipo Band, ascended the dais, and for merly opened the evening's amuse ment Mr E. F. Hook led off with that fine auld Scottish melody, Flow Gently Sweet Afton. and later on l«oses being recalled on each occasion Caller Ou, Dear Heart, and a couple of other items by Miss Marie Srewart were gems of the evening. Mr C Schilling was in great form with his interesting budget of real fine songs viz The .Land.:o'\ the Leal, t^cots Whae Hae, Parted, and one or two others They were just (int. as also the duet, The Crookit Bawbee, wherein Mi:-n Stewart took part Master D. Davidson 'put through some fine Scottish Dances. George Harvey, tlia versatile Scottish comedian, was enthusiastically received. .He gave some very humorous selections, notably. I'ts Nice To Get Up In T.ne Mo...
National Picture Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
National Picture Theatre The program for Monday, Tues day and Wednesday evenings at the National Theatre will include: Pathe's Australian. Gazette, topical ; The Mystery of the Dove Express, drama;. He Would, a Hunting Go, comedy ; Calcutta sceriic ; A Fliot in the Night, two reel drama; Between Parrr? clinic; S'af-trr Mixnp. comic; '1 he Oc'cu't ,dr,n> ;i ; A Shif ud of l?now, two reel drama; 'New Ringing Pieturrs and Electric Bell Selections* On Thursdi'v ll.i programme will be changed, v. Inn t'e lat'Pt Sing ing Pictures will bo shown, alto Electric Bell Solos, and two special features viz, a 3000 fest Pathe production African Hunt Picture, and a two reel Vitagraph star clrama, The Trap,
Shop Assistants' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
Shop Assistants' Union. All Shop Assistants are asked to attend a meeting to be liekl at the Town Ilall (small hall) on next Wednesday evening to establish a local Branch o£ the Shop Assistants Union. Cr Bell will preside., and the meeting -will be addressed by Hon.'F. G, Tudor, MH R" E. J. Cotter and G Webber, M's.L A. Singer's Machine Co , always up. to date, have issued a wall calendar, which for 'clearness of figures and conveniencegenerally is oiie of the best of the many excellent ones published The figures in white on darkNgreon g.iound stand out prominently, and can be clearly seen from a distance.
BOWLING RICHMOND UNION v FITZROY & EAST MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
BOWLING RICHMOND UNION v FITZR.OY & EAST MELBOURNE This match was played last Saturday, and resulted in a win for Richmond Union by 10 points Scores : RICHMOND UNION. Cooper. Porter, Watson, Hansen 28 Smith, Wallis, McCarthy,"Kelly 26. NewJands, Brown, Cnddon, IJleach ... ... . .:. 21 Sfelleck. Forbes, MacGillicuddy, Collins ... ... ... 14 Total ... ... ... 89 FITZROY A iflA.ST MELB Paterson, Moorey, H Singleton McPlieo ... ... ... 11 ''arris, Morris W. Thompson, Robbie ... . ... ... ]8 'nllard. Nathan, Hoslcings, Gait 24 A. Singleton, Wheeldon, 11. Thompson, Kimberley ... 2-" Total ... ... . ... 79 " LINSEED COMPOUND " . Coughs txGd CoKls. Loosens phlegm, allays irritation.
Central State School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
Centra!State NSchooI v Committee. The final business meeting or the Central State School Com mittee was held at the School on Monday evening last, Hon. A. McLellan, M.L.C. (chairman) presiding.. The following report was sub mitted by the hon. secretary, Mr H. Schooling : Our term of office (three years) being about to expire by effluxion of time, we deem it ourduty to lay before >;ou a brief statement by which you will see that the funds entrusted to us from time to time have been judiciously expended in. improving the School and its surroundings. . _ ; In addition to general repairs/, which in a large building, like this] are numerous, your ? Committee considered that there were others things necessary for the comfort-; and convenience of the children and' teachers, and . therefore set about raising the requisite liirids by means oi Picture Nights and a'; Bazaar. The effort resulted in the erection of the splendid Shelter Pavilion, built at a cost of £269 (including asphalting),...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
BRIDGE ROAD, jCnnox Street. The First, Most CornforSable, and Most Popular Theatre in Richmond. Carefully Selected " First, Run" Pictures, 'accompanicd by' Bright jiinl Sparkling -Mu\ie, " render'd by (bo National Orchestra, have made the Isation.il - . Theatre the talk of Richmond. Program. Changed - Every MOD day & Thursday. . . The .National is the Coolest Tlioatre in the Suburbs. A Tip-Up Chair for Every Pal roil. ifloors 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. . New Talking and Singing Pictures on tvery Programme. POPULAR PRICES = oIMbss 6circle Children If all'Price t'> all Parts. *excep.t'-..on Saturday Nights. a i Seats may be Booked at Faulkner's, opposite Theatre, . 3d. extra, , ' Is ien'rv bkeacU General Grocer 36 CORSAIS S'iRKET, RICHMOND, Invites YOU to conic find kn ou J or ryottrsci ties It is Great tiystent of Lash and Credit, Combined; Lowest Prices. Best-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
" THE SWAN, Corner cf . CHURCH and SWAM itTttKETS iCAST RICHMOND. UAULTON XXX and XXXX ALES. Patrons will find every convenience pr. vided for them. COUNTEII LUHCH II to 2 daily. BILLIARD SALOON fitted with oneof Alcock's best tables. TELEPHONE No 2902 Racing results posted promptly aft«r each raco. ESTABLISHED 1863 John Champion, Late B. Baker, Pharmaceutical & Dispensing Ohemist, And Surgeon Dentist, "100 BRIDGE ROAD, RICHMOND. I MBB R. 1IHB EE, McCpnchie's HIOHMOND OAsH TIMBER YARDS, ^RIDGE ROAD, Corner Gardoor 8». i'OENKR SWAN and BRIGHTON 8TK" SOUTH RICHMOND. Building Material of every description ">Iow and Second-hand-at' Reasonable Flooring, Red Gum, Cement, Lining, Palings, Bricks, Weatherboards, Drain Pipee, Sand, Hardwood, Lime. Builders' Ironmongery-. rfails, HingeB, Locks, Galvanised Iron, Ridging and Spouting. White Load, Paint, Brushes Ironmongery Note (he Addresses BRIDGE ROAD, Oornor Gardner St. . ALSO ' ;V SWAN aud BBIGHIOiiaTsTBBaTa (Opposite Monk's, Pai...
Studley Lodge, U.A O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
Studley Lodge, U.A O.D.. The Studley Lodge held a Smoke Social on Tuesday evening lastr There was a large attendance, and a good musical program, interspersed with toasts, made the time pass merrily. Bro W. Stewart, P.A, was presented on behalf of the lodge by BrO. G Evans, DP. with a handsome marble clock for ser vices rendered Bro. J. Charman was the recipient of a gold medal for introducing the most members during the six months Bro White way made the presentation. Both recipients .suitably- responded. The secretarial arrangements were well I carried,out by Bro C R. Sylt\ Bro. , F. Whittaker, A .D., presided. i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
LOCAL DIRECTORY, l-'IOUElJAL 1'AU.UA iiK.NX. i'llt* hi 32,-1 'A' is Oil'L'U'll l),v (Ijo WiiuJ. -uitc. . UOUSE OF UKi'KK^KNTATl VKS. Vuira Electorate - Hon. l'V 0. riulor, J'.I\ - , STATE'PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE. COlINUl. iUeIboui-"e East I'roviuee.- Hon. A. .\M-i«)Jan, iil.L.CV; IIoil. J. i". Jones, ?V.I..C. ' ' r01&lt;Iv\TIVK AKMMRM Itichmoml Electorate.-Mr. B- J. ''otiei, M.L.A. ..'-.-'.bliolsftml..?.?.Kloclorate.-Mr. G. 0. * . I ber. M.L A. CITY -OF -RICHMOND iTIie Kiehnioiiil City Council meets Alternate Moutlay ovciiiiiss, at the I'r.wrrvTinII,, at 7.30. COUNCILLORS. Mayoiy Cr Gordon Webber, J. P. WESTWARD. O,. W. Kemp, retires 101']. D. h. I);i vie fj i-f-lii cs l it 15 M., Alexander, retires 19IG NORTHWARD. B. Flev ill retires 1914. U. . J I. Bell, retires 1015. J.i/f;; Street, retires 1K10. SOUTH WARD ?? Gearge P. Beachcroft, retires 1!,)14 " W. Burgess, retires 1915. v.wVfeW-;. G leadel 1 retires igiO ? -BAST WARD. Arfcb'ir A. Four, retires 1914 0. Morgan, retires ...
CHAPTER XI. IN PURSUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
CHAPTER XI. IN PURSUIT. 1 At the castle Lady Darlington en-j fleavoured with some success, to make! ?her guests forget the absence of Guy. j It was singular that she should have felt so certain that Guy would ob tain no sympathy from Melville Lisle'; but in truth she was able to do complete justice to a character like that of the poor aristocrat. It was' only towards the daughter that she felt any anger ; but towaids the father she found herself leaning with a growing Admiration. It pleased her to sec the precious pos session of birth so highly prized, and she found herself planning that when Guy was safely married to Sibyl she would ta\-c >ip the Uslos, or- and she actually smiled at the thought . she would let Melville Lisle take hei up. At any rate he was a congenial spirit, and worthy of a better fate than had fallen to his lot. She listened during the evening for the ring of the hoofs on the paved courtyard which should announce the return of her son from the defeat she knew...
All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 6. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
All Rights Reserved. VIOLETTISLE ; -- O R, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. 'i By the Author of "All or Nothing," "Two Keys," etc., etc. PART (J. " Well, I'm sure, Goody" that you and I would do anything in the world to make her happy. she lias told me so much about you, tlv.it when I fouud how crooked everything was going I made up my mind to come to jon. You knew that her father had written to me to say that 'violet released me from my en gagement to her, and did not wish to see or speak with me ever again." " Nay, I did not know that ; but a wicked story it is, to he sure ; for I heaid Miss Vi'let with my own ears -her voice bein' raised a little .in consequence of her feelin's bein' so worked up," explained the good wo man, recalling how she had happened: to hear-" an' she' said right out plain, ' I love him,' an' I promised; to marry him,' which, if it was my last word I would say she -was a blessed, martyr." v:. " Then you will help us,-won't you Goody ?" " Only tell ine how, your lordsh...
Constantinople. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
Constantinople. + There is 110 capital in the world, and, perhaps, no city, that can be approached, so magnificently as Constantinople. ???The railway exists, ot course, -and . can deposit you, .s.i\s a "Telegiaph" couospondent, I:in ihe, raw- cold- of a misty morning -upon the>;eluinmy-- quays of the ter minus as -r 1 nisei ably as anvwhere j liut the^.\\a\ to ippioach Constan f:'tin6t)lg.-iiis/',byA"Seay^-;'''anit a traveller &\vho.-«hnss:aiob.v»move(l .111 round the , Scwfglio, 'on a late evening, has i nufased .one ,01 the sights of the -woild ' , l!y, \i chance, says the coi respon dent, "it ..is "almost necessary to iimvko;yoiiiv,; entrance anto. the C!ol den'Uoiii "-at or " about this magic 'houi MsNo'ishipvv'is permitted to pass throughv,vtlie .-Dardanelles except -by, (layviniHi.-' as ^ ittakes some twelve i;hours?isteamingi to.reach, the-: Bos Iplioius in one 01 the uuder.-powered -.liners- that, serve this route, the pro bability is that the visitor will make h...
How Turkey Lost Crete. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
How Tu r key ^Lost^ Crete.:. It is interesting: to recall.how .-Tin-, kev Wiis --deprived r.'OiA tliec military, occupation m Cieto* In IS'IS, to the coiitiiiu.il distu rba ncosi: wciii r.^Uiej.'-lM oham-i inedau .I'ltl the-Ciii is>t'.in* population, he lo.u Poweis Hi-,land, Ki .fiice, llilv," &lt;i lid I In*, i.i, innlci JLoolv. to PI intain oulei in the island, .mrl hini'od.* troops, nt lliopoi'.ls. or. Ciinoa, » ail'i«i7 and Uetim > - J'l uisi'i s-\eie s atioi.crl at ^uila U.i\,_«i in 1311'fi 1 t land h>ckul haiboui, which in ...ihc-ptssscssion-orisanvriiol-svthcwMcditei;-; ram'an v.- t'owersv:-w-ou Id:.considerably iltii -the stale oi alius m the Le il'l' I no lintish detachment was sta iiopel at Candia, and to.caii\ out .ic decision &lt;>1 the Council oL Yd inuals to leplatc the Tutkish Cufa tiinis - olliciiils by ' Ulii'isiiaiis. av sinall part \t-'oi*»Urili8h..x>.iiilaiitiy;3was-scnfr n oiii then c.unp^ on the Venetian ramparts; . wliiclr'ciicom...
Marriage in Japan. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
Marriage in Japan. ; -A ...: Religion does not piny even?/, a small part 111 a .Japanese wedding No pi lest appeals at any stngc On the e\ening 01 the gieat day, the ' brultv :'\vith&lt; a-rwhite--silk*cpver-: ui'f i. on heivdiead nncl 'Uice/r" is> = ^en^ ?Uii'lj diessed in pine white-not the loIoiii of jo\, but of deep lubut 11 1 iit^.Ifor-the.; girl -as now^parting. ior.--->-evcr-:^,lroin;-:.---hcPi-wo\vn'..*pnrontSTT.. mote so, indeed, ~Lluin" u it was death that had taken hei away, for illteiv death; thejspint-r:would: ..con-; iinuc to be present in the home oi her.ehildhood.vwhereas^ nowboth bod\r and spnit aie gone '1 hus attued. ?-he is cairieil to liei new honi" Iheie she changes her niouininfi lor .i festal gaib" A teast is celebiiited, the young couple witluliaw, and m tlie piesente of .)iil\' .tlie 'niKldleinan and %wiie - and I /two '\ouiig i,it Is who act as servants,. they: >pledge - each ? otheiMn: verv ? sol cm ivv fornv,J three' .; times: irom; Mch ...
Fortunes in Old Prints. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914
Fortunes in Old Prints. -i .Musi .. people can' admire an v en giaving lor its beauty- anil .artis tic merit, but . only n low. CQni pfiratively speaking, have the least idea, what -it represents in iiard cash; an(l these are generally: col-; leitois or experts. . ..?Quite recently the wutei was looking at a col lection 01 old,prints in a shop, when two young: ineir stopped to admire. ?"'} hat\s iatlier a nice thing,-' said one. '1 wonder it they would take ; halt a : sovereign . for it?" "U-s, and he glad to," s id the: other. It was a yenuino Mam, and would have; been cheap . at anything up to hve-and-lhirty pounds. .Theirs was the little knowledge which is a dan gei ou.s thing, and- ii: cither oi those young niciihad owned instead of coveting that print he might easilv ha \ e pal ltd w i th - el \ a 1 ua hie' ' pos session to .some astme collector i&lt;>! a..;twentieth part: oi its market price. \eaisof Study-and not very pro fitable study -tt that-;ire necessary to. ....