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A Scotch Fisherman's Escapade. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

A Scotch Fisherman's Escapads. A prominent ?? object to I'.o Yar mouth visitor is 'the. ti-.i\:. 1 ;.->!,:mtx: standing on the ...-South \v!uch was erected nearly a century ago in memory, of the gallant. lvro oE Traialgar. If consist'.' of . a a tinted - column about ISOft. high, ? asce::-':'! from the inside by a ihnlil -of. -70 steps, the top 01" the monument - itscli be ing crowned with a figure of Bri tannia; -whose outlines loom. ;, up against the .sky-line lor many uulos around This kelson pillar, many \ ears ago was the scene of '-an extremely fool ish" escapade 011 the part of one 01" .the Scotch fishermen ? who at- this ?season of the yenr-..'.visit the famous ?'bloater'-.town .in large numbers.-. ?More' daring.'than his fellows, this j son of Scotia, 011 November 21, ??1875,. having ascended the figure of ? Britannia and -clasped... his .arms around her neck. Not content with this, hazardous feat; he then took ofl his shoes and proceeded to make his descent by the light...

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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Dreams of the Future. VISITS [?] AN [?] SEVEN [?] STAR MAP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

Dreams of the Future. VISITS 'Jt >r an" . iif'yY j - SE VES&IL I ? IPX S'l'A.'B^ , -The Astroium!?l**4WfWflT"^A(r: ? K. AV ?;. jjlvsoti). as tile guest ol tile Au -thors' (;lul) .lit London, took the oc-. casion to announce Clint a g'eat map ol the slues upon w Inch the ob servatories of tlic> woi lil aie engag ed is neaung completion : ; Tlus 'great \\Jork, rlic said, will give ? thci-positions 01'millions 01 stnis, and .: data ?iwliicli-'. aviII- help to sohe ? the & probleni v '-. whethci theie is a limit to the stellai uiuveise as we see it. In tins big niteinational undei t a lung the stalls.1 of-. :seventeen' ob servatpriesivincliulin^ . (Jroenwich,- Al--: giei'S,;. l.-lelsinglors,..-an<l ; thei Cnpe'1 ol agreed** to . co^opcra te.~* ...lEiicIi voI;; the co-operatingobsorva-. vtones ' takesi a. certain? portion ol the; sky and maps it Pa it 01 the work--, consists.; : of' determining, the: position of the bi lghtei stais, but the?faint'::, star...

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Strange Timepieces. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

Strange Timepieces ? - To ascertain the time at night the Apache Indians employed ; a gourd oil- which ? ilie stars of the heavens weie mailed As the con stellationsrose..' m the :sky, ' the. In dia n referred to his> gourd and found out the hour. The hill people of - Assam reckon time and distance by the mtinber ,or tiui(ls - <)f l)et-ol. nuts . chewed. . it ' will . be ?.remembered????.?* how,, accord ing _to \Vashinirlon Inn's, the Butch i:Golonittl Assenilily . Nvas \ in variably-^ dismissed.- at A lie lost pull' . of 'the-.third: 'pipe - ol ^tobacco o ol \;!o .?vcrnorr. Wouter.:T-Van -;:-T wilier,-. who 'occupied*' the chair. A - lUonlagms Indian ol Canada will set up^ a tall sticlv in the snow when "tia\oiling ahead "of lriehdslv.'hoi'ure* to -iollow. - ilTemarks: -with > his ifoot^w-the line *of shadow ?cast,~ and by*_the change _pfi the angle ol the shadow the on-coming party'can tell, on aruving at the s|iot, about how far ahead the leader is.

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TESTING HIS HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

TESTING HIS HONOUR. A. high standard of honour is pre valent amongst the Japanese, as the following story will show A' Japanese nobleman happened to elide back the this wall which sepa rated his room from an ante-room,, In which a young page was on guard. ' - This boy was amusing himself by counting the rings on the nobleman's sword-handle, and the man, seeing that the lad had not heard the al-. most noiseless withdrawal of the wall, quietly slid it back again and "said nothing. _ That evening, however, when all the. household, including the page boy, was gathered together, the nobleman set them to guess how many rings there were on his sword handle, promising a reward to the one who guessed rightly." Some guessed one number and some another, but the page-boy said noth ing. ' '!Why do you not guess ?" said the nobleman in a stern voice to the page. -"Are you lazy ?" '?'Oh, sir !" answered the boy, "it would not be fair for me to guess, because I know. I counted them this morning. Th...

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NOW THE MOVENTS W[?] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

NOW TNE MOVENTS WfrO LETTERS. A mission of the Chicago Univer sity to the East has resulted in the discovery'.of more than-two thou sand tablets covered with wedge shaped characters (writing) dating five thousand years B. C.. They ar' of every possible variety of sizs ano. shape. The most ancient look like ' a little orange on which the scribe responsible for the writing painted scrawling characters and left them for the sun to dry. | That particular form of tablets. wcs . replaced by flatter dtscs, and, last of all, about four thousand years be fore Christ, came the perfectly flat, square and rectangular tablets which . were to bold their placc indefinitely. Among the rectangular tablets of the ancients ? there were 'a few designed. . for special use. Some of them were ; for the" use of school children. One ! of the most remarkable of these special forms was that of the tablet used for correspondence dating from 2,500 years B.C. The clay slate -was prepared and the inscription made...

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A PAPUAN POLICEMAN. ARRESTS MADE ON SUPESTITION AS WELL AS SUSPICION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

A PAPUAN POLICEMAN. r - A.HKESTS "MADE ON SUPEUSTI TION AS WELL AS. SUSPICION. The policeman in Tapua arrests oil j superstition as well as suspicion A resident magistrate, it, is mention- J ed in a report.'states that .1 ilioi t I time niyo two polieenvere :sent lii i-. a; canoe along the ..coast.;rs:3iicV3cniiie?i: back alter some slight-. ilcla^;wA:erv'.«i indignant with one anotliei ^ | One complained ? that jhefihad-;* ar-;j; rested an(h.haiulcuncdfn;'<{nati.vc^aiHl.4 that the other* onDSihadvproiiiptlvjireri!; leased liini^ lt^appcais -itliat they* were delayed ...:afeTonganivsby.^rou{ih; . weather.-.-:sosLhewmoreTcoju-ageouss-ioh. ? the two decided to auest thejocal stoi 111 makci, and,did so * * The other* policemaliyrSwhens-asked? i to explains:Avhy -ahCffhad^-.Yentiiredvtoi . release asnuuAimdnr^arrestpiexplaiii:: ed-not that he hart gi,own_ out 01 1 such bcliels-but that I10 onh - le I leased: the,-: storm-makcr-i because *:.hev \vas.7ifraid.:}.thatrsif-the;-:s...

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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

INTERESTING ITEMS. + Cork, although the 'most buoyant substance, will not rise to the sur face again if sunk two hundred feet below the ocean's surface, owing to the great pressure of the water. But at any less depth it will gradually work its way back to the surface. : The books of the British Museum "are bound on a principle-historical works being in red, theological' in blue, poetical in yellow, natural his tory in green. Each volume received is stamped with a mark by which it c.m be distinguished as Museum pro perty, and of different colours : red indicates that a book was purchased, blue; that it came by copyright; and yellow, that it was presented.. ; Those who are acquainted only with alphabetical languages cannot form any idea of the difficulty of transcribing the written characters of such a language as Chinese, the subject is complicated by. the exis tence of numberless and widely dif fering dialects. Not only every one of the eighteen provinces of China, wt almost every d...

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RICI[?] RIFLE CLUB NP 312 THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

,THE LADIES. .usualj weekly-.;; shoot of the .abovev club was held ton Wednesday ?night'-for., .the ^following trophies:-^ Mayor -Webbers Mr. Molyneux's, ::Mr. Admans', and Mr. R, Clarke's. The'following are the highest scores: . Capt. Barnard 5 70 ;;MissA. Clarke .. .. .2. .. 70 ? ' Mrs.. Sadler .., -a .si-. O9 ;? Miss L. Clarke 3 .. 67 . Mrs. Schnudt ,6 .. "67 . Miss 11. Barnard-.. . .8^ 69 . - Miss Baker. ^ .. ..~.7~zQ .. 67 Miss Jangworth. .; ..,-8 ., . 67 Miss Harris f -..c. .'h'2 .. 68 Mrs. Lowe r.> .. ,4 &3 Mrs. Dunlop .. v..V^s3,* . . 65 Miss Hunter . ^ 8r-.. 63 Miss Ashton .. .. 10 .. 6j MISS Rowe .. ......: 9 .. 61 " KEATING'S POWDER " destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES, and all other insects, whilst yuite harmless to domestic animals. In ex terminating Beetles the success o£ this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly clean in application. See the article you purchase is " KEAT INGS," i.e., with the signature THOM AS KEATING on each tin, as imita tions are ...

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R U F. S. Dispensary. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

R U'F.S: Dispensary. The 4-ind annual meeting of R U F S Dispcnsaiy was held at the institution, Church-strect, Oil Fnday esenmg, 6lli Inst"'r-Thc?ci was a good aUendance;of:delcg;ites,"Alr:tWlnte (President) viin? thes,chan\T.aThe- report: and:ibalance-sheet«showed"~a "satisfac tory sl.'te of allans > The building is entirely fiee of debt, and the member ship i oil totals 7715 lruimberb The pi esci iptions- dispensed during _,tlfe j-ear-«niinibercdx:-.75,079 a: (representing^ ]j2,2io* articles), aii_ axeiage of 97 pi esci iptions pci lnejnbeT The salei showed a\. good lhcfease, £208 19s 11 d; worths being ; purchased:;. by-, the - members, as against* £107 7b "8d last Veai - The dcclnc", installation ?- has gncn cveij satisfaction, and has pio\ed of great sen ice ' 111 lighting w 01 king laduitois, fans,,, bottle clean mg machine and emulsion churn /The" bottle^bill;::lms::beenvkept-dowiivto5, aireasonable. hinit^-the.co^tebeiiijj; ;t-is for the ^ yeai Mi t CJias "" M01 gan, UAO...

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

P.A.P.S. 1'lie usual ? fortnightly meeting of the Duke : of Richmond Lodge, P:A.F.»s., .was . held- 111 Lodge-room, foresters'- '-..-sliall,-: . Swan-'s.trect, on Tuesday:,evening last,. Bro:-I-I. White liorn, .W.M., presiding. Invitation received from -No. .21 re Bruce Auc tion;" on. 19II1 111st. The sum of £2 was -voted 111 aid 01 a distressed bro ther.^--Bros.-Ridd,Fraser, and Gra ham ? ^-reported re Dispensary. The Rifle Delegates reported that " B " 'team scoied a victory against L.O.L., No. g-^Bros. .Cropleft 67; A: Cole, 65;. Douglasi-64: C/BeJl, 61; A. Wlnte hoin, , 61 Several accounts weie passed Jor payment. Next Lodge night, 24th inst., yit 7.45 p.m. ' , * _ The Loy.il « Mignonette' Lodge, E^A.F.ST^.(Xiaclies')^>met. in the Odd fellowsVwHallisGhurchrStrcet, .,011 9th 111st. -r"vAll "officers* piesent, Sister Gou rtney;^W.M.7>;presiding.: . Invita^ .tionsawercsrcccivcdvfronu Loyal Car nation'(Glenfeuic) to a Bruce Auc tion, 'and from -Box .Mill . to a Past "Master's1...

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Political Labor Council [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

Political Labor Council " i General regret was expressed by members of the Abbotsford-North .Richmond P.L.C. when it was learned that Crs. Morgan and Bell and Mr. W. M'Crae were soon £o withdraw from the Branch. The gentlemen in question, writes the correspondent of the. Branch " were very popular, ill the Branch, being genial, shrewd comrades arid indefatigable workers for the party." The P.L,.C. ol the Richmond State electorate will be gainers by Abbotsford's loss. For .the last twelve months Cr. Morgan has becu the Branch's President, cour teous, and-in every way efficient; and for the same period Cr. Bell has been an efficient and often over-worked hpnorary secretary. Mr. M'Crae has done some good platform work for the party, and iii Branch discussions his opinions have had considerable weight. . This trio of members, com plying with , a irew law. of the P.L,.C., will shortly, .join -the Richmond Branch, which meets in the State elec torate'in which they reside.

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Should the Tango be Danced? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

Should the Tango be . Danced ? "Everylady's Journal" has been making it a habit, of late, to consult a-, number, of leading .authorites upon various topics of vital interest; and publishing a digest of their views. In the-:'Februar-y. number, just ?to ' hand, for example, the .question: of' modern dancing is discussed, with particular refereuce to the ? Tango J and . other " freak " dances. Opinions are ex pressed by leaders of the Church and such notables as 'the Mayor of St. Kilda; Miss Jenny Brennan, the mis tress of the ballet of Her Majesty's Theatre; Mr. R. O. Clack, the gene ral secretary of "the Y.M.C.A.; Mrs. Fairbairn, one of the leaders of Mel bourne society; and Mrs; Mary Gil inore, the. well-known Australian poetess, who lived for some years in. South America*- where the Tango found its origin. This collection of views makes admirable ' reading, and it is illustrated with a number of first class photographs. ' The general opinion seems to be that, oil the whole, dancing...

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A Notable New Year Number. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

A Notable New Year - Number. A very bnlliant JNew lear liumbei "?is - provided ill; the February, issue 'the "Vimdsoi Magazine," which sllOWb 110 aulluio' oft fiom ^e high f'achicyciiioiitjvotsithewpruccdiug: fcihust mas' number :nr- either . varietyor im portance. ' Among tlie fiction by tiim ous novelists, tor instance. i-> to be ? found', a ? large.-second instalment ot fcn ^J1 Ridel-Haggaids tasunatm0 -new: ronnuice : troni tlie; caieer.: Oi his Uuioub lieio; ^ Allen l>ujilenn.iin, " The Holy Flower,'' and. ;:tlH! second complete 'episode -.in Halhwell bul chlle's charming new series, ibe \\ lute Horses.' . Jiden l'hinpoits con tnbutes a delighUuI sboil sloi.\ ->? ;DevonshU'c-;lite-:and5.characler.- - y Among Hie articles ls.an^inteiest ing. accounl by-JLiss,N. ILuldeii. llio well-known .artisl, ol a journey made liv berselt and: two ^friends with the Bedouins to "YWUly Ahu< fcalaina, on their auuual-pilgrimage, which is ac companied by a uumber ot xllu-sti a...

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BATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 February 1914

RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Common-           wealth.     Any sum not over £5, 6d.; over £5, but not over £10, 1s.; over £10, but not over £15, 1s. 6d.; over £15, but not over £20, 2s. Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia)—Charge for a message in addition to above rates.

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RICHMOND A.N.A. RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

" -lUCUMOND A.N.A. RAMBLERS. The .Richmond A.N.A. Ramblers ? journeyed :to:Dandeno,»!g last Saturday, aiulalthough the day was exceptionally iwarni;;they spent .a pleasant time, the pleasurebeing .enhanced by. victory against'- the Dandcnong Methodists, :who^have:;iu--their; :team some good cricketers; s Thr.oughithe fine bowling, "ofj J.v Ytilej G. Graliain, L. -M'lntosh, ?and A.vNancarrow,. backed up by good ificlding,- DaHdenong were: all out for 47, while.the Ramblers put together .137. lor -G wickets,: the principal scor ers ? being A. Nanearrow 35; (not- out), E. Gregory 29 (not out), ~W." Ley 27, and II. M'lntosh 23. v. -To-day the Ramblers plav St. Kilda Methodists atrSt.'Kilda, and arc re quested to meet, at Flinders-street at .2.30 sharp.

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SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

- fcsOU'rilEHN GUOSS COMPETI TION. Maw -,v. South Richmond Metho dist.-Tins'- match was finished 011 .Satuiday.;last,.^and__resultcd 111 a win .foi^thc.-for-iner. by 78 runs on the iirst ^innings. .. South Richmond, with 110 wickets foi 37, stalled with good c\ ??I)cctalions,:;butr-;.could not withstand s.thcivonslaught: of,.: their; opponents' bowling "and 1 .helding, , Ai clue and ? Owen - mowing : them all down for a ;total:o[.67rt iArchie;irowled exception ally .well,..securing, six -wickets for 16, | and Owen three for-14 011- the day's , pla\\t The Macs batted out tunc with nine "wickets (lown for 135 in "their ' second innings. Owc.il again topped I the store with'51.

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RICHMOND CITY v. NORTH PORTS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

RICHMOND 'CITY "v. NORTH , 1 . J PORTS This ^ match was commenced last Sdluidj) .> City Rescue, Paternos i3leryibaLting;,;:excellcntly, giving only ^nc;vdiancc;i(at.a2o), '.and scored 169 not out, which" is * the highest liidi liViduali'scorcsofi.-.the ; Association this i:scasou;r.:@\y;£."Jobnstoiv:.3 . for 54, and E Dines,+i foi 23, sectucd the wick; ,_ets.foi the City. The match will be I ? concludcd?to-day.:,: ::Scorc:s NORTll PORTS-1st flnuings. M Pateuiostci, not out 169 J \\ oodsj b li Dines 7 F. llughcs, b W. Johusloii .... 14 E Kc\ hoc, c and b AV. Johnston 2 C Ross, e T Iielc, b W. John f sLon .,u.... .. 0 G Keyhoe, 1 un" out 38 R Mcriick, not out i.r 1 ». Sunducs :. 1-.. > 13 5 wickets lor^ 244 W. Johnston, 3 for 54; li Dines, 1 for 23

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CRICKET. RICHMOND v. EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

C RIGKE T. RICHMOND v. EAST MEL BOURNE. This match was comincnccd on Richmond ground last Saturday. East, going iirst to the wickets, com piled 232, and Richmond made a poor response, scoring only 60 runs (or the loss of.live wickets. Scores: EAST MELBOURNE.-xst Innings. M'Alister, c Macrow, b Lampard 11 F. Smith, b Eampard .. .. .. .. 0 E. E. Carrol, c Gooley, b Mackey 22 J. Scitz, c Eovie, b Macrow .. .. 26 Kenlock, rim out .. 3 Braid, run out .. .. .......... 0 Carter, c Lampard, b Gooley. . .' . 50 Mahoney, b Lovie .. .. -jj.j.. ... : 17 Parsons, b Dean Si MNaughton, b Maciow/.. ..^..""14 Fieenian, not out .. . 0 Sundries .. £. v.T. , 38 Total .. 232 Bowling-Miictey, !.- uickct for 50 uins, Lampaid, 3 for 60, Macrow, 2 foi 30, Gillies, o loi 19, l/ovie, 1 for 24; Dean, 1 for 11. RICHMOND -1st minus's ;A." Deanvob M'Naughton .. -. .. o :I;:iinpard, :lbwr, :b M'Naughton.. .. 5" :Gooley, run out.I W. Swift, not out xS Mackey, c Kenlock, b Mahoney.. 23 Stewart, c^M'Naugliton, b ^Mah...

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BOWLING RICHMOND UNION v. COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

BOWLING RICHMOND UNION v. COL LING WOOD. Richmond Uuioiu are now in a very strong position, and the Premiership Pennant should at the close of the season float o'er the R.U. pavilion. On Saturday victory against .Collingwood put them a step higher. .Scores: R.Ui C. Cooper, Portiir, Watson, Hansen .30 .. - Page, Huft'er, Oakes, Smith - ..22 Newlands Brown, Cuddon, Bleach , 30 .. - Forstcr, A. Graham, Johnson, Janiieson .. - ..24 Selleek, Forbes, MacGilli cuddy, Collins .. .. .. .. 23 .. - Job, Butchart, Kelton, Bry ant .. .. .. - .. 23 Smith, Wall is, Loiighnan, Kelly .... ......... 25 .. - Chuck, G. Grahajii, W. Gra ham, Dunn - . . 25 Totals

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All Rights Reserved VIOLET LISLE; OR A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 7. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

"fell Rights Reserved; O R, A PEARL BEY0F3D PRICE. fly the Author of "All or Nothing, "Two Keys," etc., etc. PART 7. . Melville had changed colour, und oven started, but he hud not attemp ted to interrupt his visitor. When : tne 'marquis had ceased speaking lie said, coldly, but with pecfect cour tesy-:. ?? " It is impossible that my daughter : have done as Lord Darlington -says';; but it is only right that .Ladyi "Darlington's solicitude for her should > rcccivc the courtesy of leproof/ I will sspeak 'to my daughter. Pardon itic for" a,few moments." He' was gone more than a few mo ments, -and- when he returned his face was-'hard- andfset. M held-' an open; letter^ in his' hand. "'Will" you tliank Lady Darlington for me," he 'said, without a'tremor in rhis- voicg, though it was low and . harsh, " and say that a letter from my daughter confirms the report you bring -me ?-Will-you be -goodenough; to say, also,' that . I-:;reject: - all < re sponsibility for her act and t...

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