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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

TO ALL THB AB8TBAL1AN STATUS. ISSM&.I , .. *. Letters-For every ftos. or tui d«r 0 Post Cards-Stamped oil Cards 0 1 Latter Cards to New South Wales, South Australia, Tas mania, Queensland, West Australia, Mew Zealand, and Fiji 0 9 Parcel Post-For a*ery parcel ot lib. or uuaer 0 t> Baca Additional lib. or under 0 0

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Richmond City Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

: Richmond City Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16 The following representatives were present: UOUKCIijLOKS. G. C. Webber (Mayor) G lv. Admans WARD. Centre Centre Centre Wibl West Webt ? North s-North -'North: - South; South South . East; i .East ^ East M. Alexander G. W. Kemp ... v D L. Davies .I. T. Street. B. Flevili ..." > ? H. Hell . . g W. burgess ... _ W..GleadelI ... - ?;G. vJjeacJi croft A.-Fear --C..' " G. O'Connell... xis&sax C. Morgan ...\ ' i' (" Corrcsiioadeuce. Fi 0111-.,v Chief - Secretary,. notifying^ that ioth March has been prockume'd a public holiday thioughout Richmond1 foi Citizens' and Schools' Kxcursion-w ^ Fionr Health Derailment, 111 reply* .ie«:llealheiion Sanatorium, :; staling that term for winch .provisional coin .mitee was appointed expires 111 March;; -when question of appointing; pcrnia^ -nenl: committee; will be considered: - 1'iom Town Cleik, Prahrau, statiiig that it i> not intention of Couii-^ cil to lake any action at piesent^pir propbse...

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIVE AND TAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

GIVE AND TAKE. AII > mm -1 ry~H, ?I'aris correspondent. .When the Siiiimi ot Turkey . jxave .orders for the mobilization of his troops lie sent to the Kins ot Hul .11 in a sack in millet. with the lol lowiiiK letter : ' L-'erdiiiand .. KlTendi,', mobilize if 3'oif:IiIco.I>ut ? I>e"assured I hat there ?arenas many -soldiers vm .: Turkey us there are grains of millet ail this sack. .^N'ow, if you wish. declare war."-, Tlic-King of tJuljjariu's ie|ily was in kind. ; Jlu sent a \Tcr\ milch smallei .sack, filled with the tiny :!rrniiis.MOi*Jvn'-;most>' ;i virulent ;7red.pep-. I>01" of - the._ (..«imtry; ; ::l.schousvi" it is iillicit,,.1 net it Woes not belie its name/. 1 oi" Mtss checks isthat-- of a very .vigoroiis^ snutt:: ..vvAVith: it went the lolloping dedication - .?.?.?.l)t,ttPJ'vMistt,rv:&«iltan,-'The Bulgar ians ata not ninneious, it is true ; but be assuied that to stick your nose into then a flairs is like stick ing it into out nationul condiment, 'f ry...

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

RATES TO THE UMTKl> KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. s. d. Letters-For every $40*. or un der 0 * Post Cards-each 0 \ Reply Post Cards-each .... 0 1 Newspaper*-loss. ...... 01 Additional 2oxb. ........ 0 Oft Commercial Papers-2oxs., 3d.) 4o2s-, 3Vid.;- Uozs., 4d.{ 8oss., 4%d.; lOozs., 61I; then every 2o». to 61bc 0 1 Printed Papers, other t&an " uewspapere-For every 2oz» f or under, op to 51bs. ..... 0 1 Patterns and Samples - For every. 2oza. or under, up t« Bib* 0 » Registration Fee 0 B Parcels Post, wholly by sea For each parcel of lib, «r aider ... 1 9

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB [?] 312 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

.\l'r',;K0'V i: fiiriEj^^CLOB The L,ailies' lvitle Club held their, weekly shuot on Wednesday liiyht, the follow my beiny tlie highest scores:- ? ( Miss A. Clarke .. 2 .. 70 MiSb I(. Ckuke 3 --^70 ilijss Bajfcr. g ...70 i\J iss 1 lajris ,-3 .. OS !Mibs*'Jaiigw'orth .. .. 8 .. OS "Slr.s. Sadlci scr. ... 68 lMisb' Ailiton . ..... .. io: .. 67 Mrs,. Dimlup ... .. 9 .. ®> Mibb *R Bamaid . 8 fa tC.ipt. Bjinard .. , .. 4 .. Jlis-l.uwe I .. Oj iMibS Roe .. .. .. .. 10 .. 53

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How We Travelled Four Hundred Tho[?] 2nd Miles Last Years. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

How We Travelled Four Hundred Thou: 2nd Miles UscYec.r. * Wo travelled liMi.tKM.oiio miles last year. Wheu t he explanat ion . is added that tliis relul.es to astronomy many will exclaim: "Oh, well, around. and around and around, or course, but that's not getting anywhere !" . Such people are wrong, however* lor this <100,000,000-miles wc tra velled does not ireprewent . the : dis tance we travelled in revolving, it means that at the end ol me ve.ir we are <100,000,000 .miles . awaj from the spot we were the first-: ol the year, and. at" the end of i\r .othef 4U0,0Q0,000 miles .tuny, uotl so on through the years. *. It is true there .may be some stars-in -the. way, but .this will not trighten anyone,, as it has been computed ? by learned astronomers that: it will be . half a. milliVu years before we even pass the first star, and there is ?little., knowing % when,, if-ever, this planet, earth, will ac tually come in contact. with an other heavenly bod v. . All ?...

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PARCELS PO[?] WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

PABOHLS POS1 "WITHIN VIC TORIA. Limit weight 111b. Limit oi aize, .ft. Gin. Id length, or 6ft in girth and . length , combined. Postage (to be pre -~paki-by-*tanapo) -lib. or uudcr, Od.| .ach extra lb., 3d. The .ttamp to be affixed to an adheslre label, to be ob-, Uinable at any post office, which label I will be' attached to the parcel by the poatal receiving officer after he has ascertained the weight No parcel will b* accepted anlees fsfly prepaid

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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All About Safes. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

All About Safes. Messrs.- G. D\ke and Sons, the .well-known safe-makers uf Bridge road, have just leeeived from tlu . S^oiiioii;,'dsl;ji]ds. aii intereslii)g'= letter, - \ lm.h afio'tds sLill another of the main'' proofs that tlidr . famous bur glar and tiiepiouf bjjeb .up all thai llicy .art:/ represented to he. The let ter graphically describes how some na tives captured a prominent "business -niaiiat one uf the .settlements, and in ..the quest fur luul, ransa'cked his of fice,, paying , particular attention ? to a -Dykejsafe. ? As it was loo heavy toi "move -far, they procured .hammers, and chiscis, and worked like Trojans to burst it open. After about half ai\ hour's banging, the:perspiration mean? .while., pouring from them like oil, they -.'danced . around the . safe, furious ati their failure, and then squatted on tilt; ground;-quite -exhausted. At last a happy idea struck the chief - of the party. J leM burn' the blanky thing to cinders. "They thereupon smeared the safe with...

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Ordere Payable in tne Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

BATES Off COMMISSION. > Money Ordere Payable In tne u«rom«n wealttu Any mm Bot «ver £6, 6<L; over £6, bit not over £10, la.; orer £10, but not over £15, is. 6d.; orer £lf>, but not over £20, 2a. .Money. Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales,- Queensland, 8outl> Australia. Tasmania, and Perth . (Western -Australia)-Charge for t message In addition to above rates.

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Brighton-street State School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

Brighton-street State School Committee. The la:-i meeting of the present coniiiiillci' was held on 'Friday .evening' last in the committee-room" at the uchoul. ilr. Jus. jM'Coiieliic' (.chair man.) presided. Following. closely at-; ? tet- the ^holidays;. there wasMiot. much business to be brought before the meeting. The secretary reported that during the holiday 'interval the yard aitd-v shellor :pavilion had been-asphal ted, which .had; greatly added to - the comfort of the-children. The pro mised'additions to the caretaker's cot tage had :not been, so far, carried out . .j\ til*. Department. The secretary was instructed toagaiii' urge'Upon the Department the need for extra accom modation to make the caretaker's quarters habitable; also the urpent )io:i! for two laps in the yardnear the sh'.ller - shed-, lor the ? convenience ot llie children. . Other work promised has been partitions iiuthe large rooms fo; the classes to be divided otV so as to be more convenient :for the teachers...

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

MONEY ORDERS. Doited Kingdom, and other Brittab PoMenloiui and Foreign GountrlM. *4. foraacb fl or traction of £i.

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Richmond Football Club [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

Richmond Football'-v.GIub ' The-Annual Meeting of the Rich-/ jnond Football-Glub at- the. Skating Rink, Bridge road, on Wednesday evening next, promises to be one of llie. largest-evei1 held in Richmond. All who want comfortable seats .should attend early. The President (Hon F. Tvulor). Aviil preside.; Al - though: the club was not so success ful: as-anticipated in the -field last season, financially and numerically the ^results: have -bepn fairly satis factpry, and a.-fair credit balance will bo carried forward. As pre viously -announced, the President, Secretary, -.and Treasurer have no .opposition,: but for. Vice-Presidents (six., to -be elected) (hero-arc seven ? uoiniuatious, viz;, K Cotter, M.L.A, .Gr-.j.\Gleadell,-'.. Dr.-- diosenbeig, D. Lleiiryj M.Larkin, "NY. Malone, and A. Tietgeus. For the General Com mittee- (seven to be elected) there are \Z aspirants, "viz., Messrs A. Aarons, D. Beck," F. Chat to, T. , Delaney, JHamblyu, . R. . T. Kelly. \V. . A-; May bury, G. -M e ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

10CAL DIRECTORY. .KBUBRA1. I'A.KL.IAMKN'1' T1i4 is elected l>y t'i« wtv<l<! HOUSE OF REPRESENTATI VBK. Vhitb Electorate - Huu. f. O I'nrfor, >'.l\ gTAiK PARLIAMENT. LE(H8LAT1VF COONCIV AiellVouvo KHS) Province.-Hon. A. M'l.otlan, M.L.U.; Hon. J? l>- Jo'""1. M L.O. I.IWISI.ATTVF, AB8KMBLT KIHiniond Electorate.-Mr. 13. J. ?Jotter. M.Li.A. .. bhotsfonl 1Elertonite.-Mr- <3 \\ ..lilicr, M.1..A. CITY or RICHMOND Tim niclimotul Cit.v rounHI mtwl" -iv ii'lteiuale Momln.v evenings, al tin f/;\, n IInil. Ht 7 30. COUNCILLORS Mnyor, Cr Uortlou Weblter, J.l'. WEST WARD W Kemp irlircs 1V14. I) ,li -Davicri re Li res IS'1,1 i\l Alux.nnlur, letires I'.MO. ? , . , ,* NORTH WARD ** U Flcvill retires iyi.|. n II. Hell, relit es 1015. J. T. toll cel. letiron l!'I6 SOUTH WARD. ; Gcoii;c 1*. licaclinoft. retires 1!H i \Y. UuTgesR, retires 1015. W \V. Olcadcll tetlicb 1916 c EAST iWARD iVrlliiiiV'A r.l',(3ar; retires'I'J I-l- - 6. Moywtn, ictires IDlfi. G ^L).JiC...

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CHAPTER XII. PUT TO THE TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

CHAPTER XII. PUT TO THIS' TEST. it was the surpassing licautv ol the young creature that stood l-ciore him that first-struck Lord Colden -lain ; but :is he looked at ;ier be be Ciiinc conscious of the patrician re linement-of her features and the un studied rtignitvofJier manner, and it occurred to him as n revelation tl'at here v.-as a fitting wife for the lush est peer in the realm. And so meat was-the unarm and winsomenuss of her fair, innocent young face, light ed up as it then was by ia expres sion of wondering^inquiry that even the callous heart was touched, and lie felt-as the hunter often feels when the unsuspicious fawm looks up at him from the dead mothar's suit!-: as if lie could not carry out *.vhat he had eorac to do. But as the nuntcr steels his heart and ninnies h s knife into the side of; his quarry.-"'so did the man of the world set him self to his task. If he* had been disinterested he might have brought himself to let ? matters: continue as: they had "begun ;?:&am...

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PACKETS, ETC. Preparation For Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

PACKETS, JBTO. Preparation F«r Poat. rackets may be sent through the po«t:--Without a cover (but not fas tened with anything adhesive, such aa "gum, postage Btamp, sealing wax, etc.); in a cover entirely open at one end or .Ide (If the cover be slit, the opening aiust be of the full extent of the end or aide, and the contents inuat be easy .f withdrawal). The cover may bear the sender's name and address, and the words "packet," "sample," or "pat ters." etc. (as the case may be), " only." Packets may be tied with string, but officers of the department may cut the itring to examine the contents, and tie tke packet up again. (Samples of seeds, irugs, «tc., which cannot bo sent as spen packets, may be enclosed in baga or boxes, fastened so aa to be easily andons and re-fasteaed. Nate.-If the above conditions bt not e*mplled with, packets are regarded aa Insufficiently paid letters, and charged accordingly.

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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

POSTAL INFORMATION. For the Information of our reader* we herewith publish the RATES FOB PLACES IN VICTORIA. m. d. t/etters-Half-ounce or under . 0 1 " For every ounce ... 0 8 express Delivery-For each tetter or packet, not exceed ing 8ox" for first mile (in ad dition to ordiuary postage). . 0 4 Vor every additional balf-miie or under 0 3 Late fee 9 1 Jackets - Commercial and printed papers (maximum weight 51bs., dimensions not <8 exceed 2ft In length, 1ft. . depth or width), for every 2o>. or f raction thereof ... V 1 Patterns and samples, packet* merchandise, stc. (maxi mum weight lib* dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length. lft. in depth or width), rat* of postage for every 2os. or fraction thereof 0 1 Books-For every 4o>. or un der, up to Slba. . . 0 1 Newspapers-For eacli new* paper . ........... 0 Oft Newspapers, magailnea, and publications not published lo tb* Commonwealth, 2<w.... 0 Oft Post Card*-each 0 1 Reply Post Garfa-eacb .... 0 9 Latter Car...

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ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

OUUINAU Y 'lICLBCiUAMa. k. A. Town and aubarban, within prescribed limits, ur wltlilu fifteen tulles from the send ing station, including uddress and signature (not exceeding sixteen words) 0 I Bach additional word 8 1 Other places within the State, except town and suburban, including address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen wordfl) 0 9 Bach additional word 0 1 Interstate, i.e., from any one State to any other State, in cluding address and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) . . . J 0 Bach additional word 0 1 Double tke foregoing rates to be charged for the transmission of tele grams oil Sunday, Christinas Day, and Good Friday, and for " Urgent" tele grams. a ^L(..

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

POSTAL NOTES. Postal Note* mujr be obtalued a'. au> Poet Office in Victoria. The follow! ug are tlie denoiulnatiuua .f the uot«e, uuil the poumluge or yctee charged for theui:-la., ^d.; Is.-(id., ttd.; 2a., Id.; 2s. tid.. Id.; 8s.. Id.; 3B. 6d., ltL; 4a., Id.; 4s. UdL. id.: Os.. l%d.; ,7a. Ad., 2d.; 10B., ad.; 10a. 6d., 3d.; Km.. EL; 20#., 3d.

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NOVEL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

NOVEL RACES, .Ireland, us we till know, is a great 'horse-breeding country, and every one there takes a great interest in '.The Sport of Kings." Nowhere is this more evident than in the pro vincial purls wihere there are nume rous Pony Kaces, which invariably wind up with a Donkey itace, in which, contrary to the usual cus tom, the last "horse" wins. The favourite is chosen l'or its obstinate character, and as .each steed is ridden by a rival owner's jockey, whose interest is to get it along, the fun is fast and furious, as it follows that the most "can tankerous critter,"- whether it reachrs it or not, is judged " First past the Post." 15)67.. There will be mistakes i in divinity while men preach, and? errors in Governments while .men govern. Sir liudlejr Carlton* - &

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Druids Easter Bazaar. RICHMOND STALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914

Druids Easter Bazaar. RICHMOND STALL.. The lion eecrulai'y.'.of- Richmond Stall Druids Easier Bazaarin ;iicV ol: i\.usliii [Hospital and Free Kinder yarlens, acknowledges the following donations:- - - Collected by Miss Floran Mr II aCev 0 2 G Mrs C.Toole 0 1 0 Mr 0 Kawson ... 0 1 G Small Amounts 0 3 6 T. W. Minton 0 10 Friend - ... 0 2 G \V. Maddern ... :... 0" 2 6 Mrs Burke ...0 2 0 J.-Neale 0 ^ 6: A.."-Hunt and Son '' '0r' 2 G Collected by Miss D'Altra Mrs Burton ... 0 2 0 MrBaigery' ..._ . 0_/'2 0 Mr Nash;-IIat,; ~ ;J Mrs 151ay, Glass-GoolLi. ' , ' Collected by ' Mrs Donnelly G^Woud ... .J- 0-1 0 ,B.~Beilby\V."~ 0_1 0 >Small"Ani(3untp 0 5 0 H Devine.,. ' .,.0 10 MrsSleelo 0 10 Mrs Donnelly ... 0 1 0 Mis Dillon ..., .1. 0 L 0 F. Quixley 0 10 L<\ Kece ' ... 0 1 0 C.-lIursely 0 1 0

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