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AFTER ELEVEN YEARS. WOMAN REVEALS SECRET OF A MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
AFTER ELEVEN YEARS. WOMAN UiWkAI-S SliOJtET OF MUUIMOU. " ^ 1 ' M J 'I ho It nth with .togaid to a limi ik'i (.ominitted ~-elo\en ^ yeais ago, whnh 1ms sin&lt;_e, completely bullied lho policf, has ^iious been ie\&lt;Mled &lt;>u in«r lo-tlio amnesty granted on .ucount in the ,iunci «1 oft the late 1 mpci oi ol .lapim ^ y On I ebtliaiy (> x"li)0l, a l ich old iikiii named Kuinine, was nimdeied with Ins-wife bv,two binglais, who elWctcd then escape niccesMully One of the muideieis gained Halsii gmo was" aiiested on a."" diffeient ili.iiKO' and indeed, 'without the po Ikc oi iin\ l>odv oNo^suhpcctiiig that lie wnsviimplicnludjinthe;yileaLliv .ofj Koiiuue .. V woman nanijMl^ ^adiv> was his wjlc then, but suite his imprison ment she li.is man led again and has been Iimiik JiappiH i-oiu foi t.iblv .She*; lealnt that-llalsu ^oro -her former: husbandyvw as JiUel.v. to be leleased' niidei the aiimesU to well behaved t pi isonci s, and leaifng that he would...
Schools and Citizens Excursion AT HAMPTON, MARCH 10th GENEROSITY OF THE MAYOR 5000 CHILDREN TO BE CARRIED FRER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
Schools and Citizens Excursion AT HAMPTON, MARCH 10th GENEROSITY OF THE MAYOR 5000 CHILDREN TO J31S- - CARRIKD FRER. A pleasant surprise was sprung . upon I lie Schools' and "Citizens Excursion Committee on Thursday night by the Mayor .v.(.Gr;:.Gordon-: - .^Vebbnr, M.LA.) ofteriligVto-;-:bes>r" .the whole . expense . oC 'conveying. ? 5000 school children to Hampton by. ?tail on Maroh-.-lOth. Sucli-a inagni ? ? iicent offer was ? unexpected, and during the Mayor's temporary absence to attend smother meeting, the Committee unanimously de cided to accept it,;a'nd, the generous donor w.ts the "Subject of highly, complimentary' remarks by several speakers.. At a later stage the Mayor explained that'it was his in tention to include St . Ignatius' and all private" schools in Richmond, and he -wonldleave the arrangement of details^in : the hands of.the.com mittee. ~Major-Robin, treasuror of the committee', undertook to -visit the schools at atv early date and ascer tain as: far-sas-possi...
WHAT WAR COSTS. APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE AND TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
WHAT WAR COSTS. + APPALL INC! LOSS OF LINK AN It TKKASL'KK. , « These ilhmuiinlmg fuels concern-. ?intS 'coal - 01 : war id... blood ~un&lt;l treasure are quoted- by . the - VDailv (,'itizen" oil tin! authority 01 . the American Peace Society ' One Big (Jaunoti Shot, CoHts:.'. . " ... ?'.'nug- iinn?rior:itTOTr"of' weapon). Three ami two-Uiirdrs years -nf ;'a working iuiui'S wages. Five and one-third yews of a,. fe . male school teacher's- salnry;.;:':. As much i»s a working; man's house. . As much as a college education lit .JtSiV eiir. - -v One Dreadnought : First Cob I : £2,'100.1)00,- or 11 sum equal. to tlie cost-oi:: 000 -loco-: motives at £&lt;1,000 euch. - - Costs £1100,000 per year to main tain. ???!????:?? Its life, 10 to 14 years,; then ? the the scrap-pile. Human Sacrifice :. Probably l.r>,000,000,000 lives sacrificed in Wars sincc the be ginning,'' of authentic history.' . Or us many as all live people who: have lived on earth duripg l he. last 000 yea...
How Clever ChequeForgers Work. BY A LONDON BANK CASHIER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
How Clever Cheque Forgers Work. BY A LOMJOiN' J.!ANK (JAS1I1BK. ...'Although an elaborate system of checking-, awl counter-checking and the aleitness ol the modern cashier make ilx-qiie imgmg more iliRicult .mil le»s piohtablc every day, there .tircOsstillftu-: soiufc ingenious rogues :nhoul:-cnpnhIe '-01 circumventing all s.iicguai ds Indeed the latest method oi^the.i;expert ,-viorger . reveals a re maiO;able:idegree; oi skill and clever ness ;;?.-Thevniost.conunoii.Monn ot fraud is ior^v:u -i straiiger svto ;get hold of a cheque;'; lorgeV the : customer's sigua ;.turc;v»andv])resent,"Uie cheque at the counter,c for.' liayment hi: cash. There are/obvious:-nsks.: and uncertainties mi -this ^method. : A cheque, for in stance,' might he diawn foi more ?thnn vrtv.;customer's balance and susr picionsr-woiildv; thus.: 'thc aroused ; or. a caslnei~ might detect the forgery. -Ilsneither.event v- occurs;v of - course the cheque is paid, the toigei pockets the money, and 1 el 11 es quick ly ...
Sunday Afternoon Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
Sunday AfU'i'nuun- .Lectun Lessons lionu.Souths Africa '': was: the subject of': ail interesting- - dis coluoC bv j\li R S Russ al the Citj Resene List Siind.iy_ afLemooii To moi row afternoon .-Mr.. M'Craitli. will speak un ''The Cojnmg Referendum,"' and on. the r following/Sunday Mr. R. Cheney will ; ouipv* the platform:* his subjcct being " Laud. Labor.-liibertv '"
National Picture Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
National Picture Theutr The program fur Moncluy, Tues day and Wednesday evenings at the National Theatre will include: Pathe's Australian Gazette, topical ; The Loafer, drauia ; Jim's Dusliy Sweetheart, comic ; Mabel s Stormy Love Affair ; The Indian Brother, drama ; In the Shadow (comedy) ; Within the Enemy's Lines (two reel.drama); The Gambler's Ruin (two reel drama) ; New Singing Pietures and Electric Beil Selections ' On Thursday the programme will be changed, when the latest Sink ing Pictures will be shown, also Electric I ell Solos, and two spujial stars, Her Husband's Friends, a two reel drama ; and Brother's at War. two reel drama. Charles Grew, who nr.'t with a ser ious accident three months ago while engaged ill pipe-laving at tile- Swan street drain, is still incapacitated. The work is now hnished,' but the Council has shown its svnipathy with the in jured ni-iu by keeping his name on the pay licet
Shop Assistants' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
- Shop Assistants' Union. 4 weH-altendeduieeting of Shop Assistants was held in the Town Hall 011 Wednesday evening "last:* Or Bell presided, and addresses setting forth the benelit of "Unionism' were delivered by Parliamentary representatives and. others, and a local Branch of the Shop Assistants Union was formed. Mr P. J Lougbnan (organiser) haB been active for the past fortnight visiting most oi' the shops and interviewing a large number of assistants. He is hopeful of forming a very strong Branch in Kiohiuond.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
BRIDGE ROAD, near Lennox Street. The First, Most Comfortable, and Most Popular Theatre in Richmond. V Carefully Selected " First Run" Pictures, accompanied.by Bright and Sparkling Music, rendered l)y the National Orchestra, have made the National Theatre the talk ol' Richmond. Program Changed Every Mon day & Thursday. The >Tr*lional is the Coolest Thoatre in the Suburbs. ' ? A Tip-Up Chair for Every Patron. i'loors arc all Sloping; thus ensuring a good view lor all. Pictures every evening at 8 sharp. Matinees every Saturday and Holiday at 2.30 sharp. New Talking and Singing Pictures on Every Programme. POPULAR PRICES I STDRe!s 6CIRCLE IS Children Halt' Price to all Parts, except on Saturday Nights. Seats may be Booked at Faulkner's, opposite Theatre, 3d. extra, | Henry Skead General Grocer & ft 36 OOJRSAIR STREET, RICHMOND, Invites YOU to come and L'hovj for yourselves his Great /System of tush and Credit Combined. Lowest Prices. Best Quality. Tel. 2375 Wiudsor, A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
CARLTON XXX und XXXX ALK-. Patrons will find every convenient |&lt;n. vided for them. Ooontbb JJUnob 11 to 2 d»ily. BiLttARO SALOON fitted with one of Alrnok'p beet tabled' ' TELEPHONE No 290iJ Hnoinu regulte posted promptly »ft"r each woe. KSTABLIBHEP 18P8 - John Champion, Lftte B. Baker, Pharmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, And Surgeon Dentist, 100 BRIDGE ROAD, RICHMOND. T I M B E It. chie's CASH TIMBER ARDS, ROAD, Gorier Gardner Ht. .loo COKNBR SWAN and BRIGHTON ST«.. SOUTH RICHMOND. Building Material of every deBcriptirm New and Seoond-hand-at Reasonable Prices, Flooring. Bed Gum, Cement, Lining, Palings, Bricks, Weatherboards, Drain' Pipes, Sand, Hardwood, Ijitne. Builders' Ironmongery Wail*, Hinges, Looks, Galvanised Iron, Ridging and Spouting. White Lead, Paint, Brush*! Ironmongery . Oil, tto. Mote the Addreaiaa BRIDGE ROA.D, Oorusr Qnrduw Si. Ar.eo SWAN and BRIGHTON 8TBBBT8 (Opposite Monk'*, Painter). TRLEPHONK 8835. Mr. F. H. BAKKR, DENTIST, 167 Hoddle Stree...
A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
A.O.F. [ Robin Hood 91 and mone for i (AT Hooper 26, Schultz 18, Shand 13, A. Mackenzie 11; Grant six for 17, H. Lilburn two for 27) v. Star of Forest 72 and 24 (G. Lilburn 10; Geo. John son four for 12, A. Hooper four for 10, Clarke one for 2). Robin Hood won by ten wickets. Pride of Richmond 77 (Hayes 36, Watkinson 18) v. Yarraberg 150 and live for 56. St. Ignatius 132 (Lee 47 not out, G. Rush 20, Naughton 11, Collopy 10, Bayliss 11; White four for 32, Spong three for 20) v. Cordite Factory 26 (Ravenshall 10, Heagney three for 0, Rush' live for 15). ?£* Loyal Rose of Brunswick seven for 151,-innings closed (S. Williams 52 nolg'put, jWakelinig 21 not out, Stein 21 .;Anstcy.^2o;--:--'Barr ? four for 43, Noble .two":for; 29.)..v. Balmain six for 14 (T. PercivaL four for c, Cornell two for 5). ' Church of Christ.-S.wanston-strcct 79 and. 61 (A.; Lloyd 16/"II.. Simpson i6;.''.J.-.-Boro\vskiv/--four:rifor 2t, A.- Sy 1110ns livcftfor^^bWkViNorth; -Rich mond ;89''and ;4i (E. .-George 10; ...
No Mayoral Bull. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
No Mayoral Bull'. 1 While if is.3generally ^;known thioughout the Uity that Majoi Webber does not iritend to give: tbe usual Mayoral Ball during his term ot olhoe,.misapprehension exists in: eeitam quaileis as to his leason, man), believing that ho is: thus saving money-in othei woids making the Mayoral allowance lo some extent a ''sahiy" instead of ' re-iinbursemeut of expenses."/-;:^' a matter ot tact-heisi-simply: :carryr ing out: the policy-, ofethe -Labor. L'arty, who -have always f been opposed to balls, and he was'elected on that understanding.. The money raved troni the ball is to be.spent in oilier directions, one-big ltemrbemg the tram fares for 500U schooLohildf ren to the seaside. -:]n other ways the Mayor has shown himseltsanythings but economical in dispensing hospi tality, and he intends: to prepares balance-sheet at the end.of: his term: to convince sceptics-that he: has not put any oi the £2UU in his pocket-;
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
1 CilUllCH "OF ENGLAND. St. Matthias 153 (Waites 31, Nor dcii-23, Mackay 21, YVhitaker 20, Bell 18, Aston 14; M'Queen five for 55) beat St. Phillips 46 and 48 (Sclimidl 20 and 15, Piygott ir, Rces 11; Aston seven for 39, Goldm six for 42) by an innings and 59. f , ' St. Stephen's 161 and . four for. 16 (Dingle 31, I,. Alden 28 not out, W. Hanson 41, A. Langford. 17) beat St. Luke's (Fitzroy), 112 &lt;5S_ f-W J-n aiciiuni ayrw. uowell 33, G. Iioran 23;'.-A. Heath six for 42) by 59 runs. St. Augstine's 92 (T. Ennis 29,V., Bovd 17, A. Appleby 15; ' Whittakcr three for none (hat trick), A.Sellars two for 9) beat St.. Bartholomew's 91 (Stewart 46, A. Reaby 33, Landemann 19 not out, G. Reaby 16; Emiis six for 57) by one run. ^ St. James' 91 and two for 25 (Veal 20 not out, Moore 19 aiot out, Norton 17 not out, Matthews 18; Hart two for 13) beat St. Bartholomew's 67. and 44 (J. Stense 26, Hart 6 and 15; Elliott ten for 39, Griffiths five for 31) by eight wickets. , St. Mark's' 136 ...
AMUSING BLUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
AJlU&INO BLUNDERS. A lecturer put lus toi.l" in it- *uor t .oughly when no pivfaied his diieoiirsi.1 upon the diinuct ros with, "I must beg. you to giv.- nie your nudivixled atten tion; indeed, it is absolutely impossible I hat you coi:Id forei a trufi wlea of tliu .1 ideuus animal of which we are about; i ?) speak unless jou keep your eyes. , l.xwl nn inc." A curtain preacher discoursing upon l'unyan and his works, causcd a tilte . a nonj; his bearers by cxislaiiuirrg. " In tl.oso days, mi; brethren, we want mow Uuiiyan*-" Am;;iidr clergyman: pleactea earnest!»; ivitli h.s." .ncisbioncrs for the const ru''-; .lien 01 ? cemctery fo.* s huir parish ' #«! . .'in~ thi u' to consider 'the '. dcpioiah > ;rcntiit'.m 6. thirty .-thousand Clinstii* » K ^INhmeii living -without Christ!;*.» -"ii'li'-.more curious was the clert* slip with wbiciv V'&lt;- conclude. A iientli nun said to ih id -list or, " When do VOL expect. to sf*i 10 aeon S again?* ' .Never,' sn.d &lt...
Tweedie and Co's Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
Tweed ie and Co's Picnic The employees.of Messrs. J. Txvced le: and.. Go.,of - Bromham-place, Rich mond,-.together with the St. Kilda and Balaclava yards, held their annual pic tnic'.on ;Saturday last. The place cho sen ithisi year was "Heidelberg, and--to that ^delightful -? spot; in seven -gaily-: .decorated lorries -? (kmdly: lent by-:the firm),, some poo adults and children proceeded.--Although'the day "was a ? triflei lioty a.-longiprojjrannne of events was .successfully;:- carried . ". out. The principal items were- the Tweedie han dicap and the ~tug-of-war between) the Richmond andvPrahran . yards. The handicap was rua in heats, all jnost exciting . finishes, the final being-won by II. -L,acey, of the Richmond yard. There's not the slightest doubt .that I&lt;acey. is a colt of the best order; he won in great style from scratch, sec ond and third place being .filled by Carrol and. Henry--respectively. Iu. the tug-of-war, -the Richmondites weren't: in it,-, the -Prahran...
INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
IIITCftESTING ITEMS. Sincc the Watford Ciunrdiaiis adopt ed atonc-brenkim? lor IrnmpK a ve.n ago there have been 2.l.li>(> lewei vagrants in the casual ward. A society has been lormed at ller hn for the reiorm 01 men s attire.. &lt;5-he members pledge themselves; not; to wear linen shirts, waistcoats,=.:. bowsers, silk hats, nor long >troiir-:; sers, but only straw hats./Uannel' ; shirts, jackets, and knee ?ibreeches-.-s-sis > A pennv-in-the-slot niacin lie has been designed which will be .1 boim to smokers. The- machine.^cleaus;ju; pipe bv loroing a dranght.viyb!?Miiiv through the steni, suapes the^bowl and delivers the pipe with a piei,e of paper to wipe the mouthpiece 'William iJerry,'-'j;or',?Alobnniav,»ffihasj just secured the arrest . ol^JiYcpiiian^ J.ong- a negro,;'^-.who??murdered:»v Ins-; l.ithei loiti yeais «\go. ^ Ben v was c»nlj nine '\c«us" old ' when he \owe&lt;U he would hunt down the muidcici who. broke ."out :ot; jail .'Awhile:on;lrial-'j...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 February 1914
"KEATING'S POWDER" destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES,' and all otlicr insects, jvliilst quite harmless to domestic animals. In ex ? terminating Beetles- the success of this powder is extniotrdinury. It is perfectly clean In application. See the article you purchase is " BEAT INGS," I.e., with the signature THOM AS KEATING" on -eitch tin, as imita tions are noxious and ineffectual. Sold in Tins, Gd. &n& Is. cucb, Dy all chcuilsts. ; r:.:| :j J
P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
? P.A.F.S. The usual tortnightly meeting of the Duke ol Richmond Lodge, P AFS, Vi'ab JieJd at lhe. Lodge-room, Fores ters'1 Hall, i Swaif-street,^ cn Tuesday evening last. There was a fair at tendance; all officers present. Bros. Turpie randSwannackwere-appointed delegates to attend Conference. The sum_of. £i was-voted towards relief of a distressed brother. A commit tee, .comprising the P.VV.-, W.M., and D.M., _was ~ appointed to --deal with .cases 'of.'distress;* The Rifle Delegates ^reported team's 'score '327-Bro. Crop Jcyf&7,.Bio"' A7 Whitehom 64, Bro. j Swahnack-^64; Bro. A. .Cole 63. Mein bcr's.s wereirremindcdvof Picture: Night to be -held at-'the National Theatre, Bridge-road, "O11 16th. ioth March is next-Lodge night, the item on sylla us. being, a bowling match, married v. single. DON'T COUGH.-Relief can be ob tained Immediately. Use "KEAT ING'S COUGH LOZENGES "-well known as ttie utterly unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly recommen ded by many eminent physicians. T...
Druids Easter Bazaar. RICHMOND STALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
Druids Easter Bazaar. .RICHMOND STALL. The lion, secretary Richmond Stall, Druids' Bazaar, in aid of Austin Hos pital', and Free Kindergartens, ac knowledges c wth -thaliksthe following addjtional donations':- ; > >ss(5ollccted:!by;-"Mr.;,wBlazcy.-Fleming and Whitelaw,^*^-"cwt. Preservene soap^Lewis and Whittv, goods; E. L. Bell and Co,,goods ** .^."PerftMrs.&lt;-;Korbes;--^Richmond: Fur nishings, Co., overmantel; Mrs. E. ;Goles, >wedding.V'cake,- .value £i-.ios.;. . Mrs;Power,:.article,. value 10/6; Mrs. Flower,.case fruit.- - 1