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RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB No 312 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
: The Richmond Rille Club held a j'competition at Port Melbourne Ran ges 011 Saturday last, the 21st Feb ruary;; The .. conditions were 14 shots, at 300 vaidb, to count 111 the Spoon, Piesident's, and Championship Ti'ophies ^MierbestTscoi Cb, w ith 'handicap 111 clucletl, weic - ' ^ r 1 '?*- * W: Il.-Smitir.. ..",70 6 G. Scott 70 .. 10 W. *T. Smith' 69 .. 8 1 G. Bell\. 6S .. 6 G Ilanison .. 67 .. 8 J. R Sadler 66 .. 6 C. Kusler .. .. . .. 66 .. 12 D -Dunlop &lt;56 ..14 t A match with the Fitzroy Club le sultedsin;a!,wnuforathe .latter-with ,604 pomts,vagauist,Richmond's,59i,.i0 men aside to count, and the highest scoicis for the -winners weie.-J. Lennox. 66; Ma} hew, 63; Piper, 63, Robson, 62 For the loseis: \V. H. Smith, 64; G Bell, 62; \V. T. Smith, 61; J. R Sadlei, 60: J. Nichols, 60.
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. THE EDITOR. The announcement in your last is sue that the Mayor is giving 5000 free fares to Hampton for the school children comes somewhat as a sur prise, to every Richmond resident. It has always been the complaint of the ?.Labor-party that free Christmas din ners, free trips . for newsboys, and ?charity doles tin isolated days of the :,year; ido: not really touch the root of the evil, but meiely advertise the per son -;;W'ho . ^.provides it,' who .may, or »niaynot,-requires votes for Parliament, Council, etc ~ On the occasion of the .recent-- carpctmg-.of;the::Mayor before the'Countil about.the King's health, ;one;:of?ithe::;I,abon-s'icouncillors spoke .against, a':lcchnical.vschool being estab lished 111 Richmond, because he said that it was absurd to spend money on. a technical-.school when nearly every. infanls'.r school- in'Richmond was de ploi ab!>v,inadequate I "And now oui: .Mayor,^finding> that,lie cannot";spend . the'-£200 allotted him, wastes neatl...
A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
Court Robin I-loocl 139 (Palon 4S, Netheiton 22 not out, A Hooper 15, Hall 15, King 14: Crouch one for 31^ Fitzgerald four. ;£or* 39,- Roberts'- oner for 27, -Benjamin.'two- for-,:26) . v^Prin-;': ccs llill one foi 24 (A. Hooper "'one f°i 8).^ ,i -: Pi ide bf Richmond nine for 5S (O. Batch 17 not out, Toms four for iS. Pike foui for ij. Marchant one for 1, Stokch none 1 _,r 12) v. Brunswick,.73 (Linden six foi 36, A. Batch two for 7, Hayes one for 13, Thornton 'one foi 12). . , - - Essendon 76 (Barr 19, Kennedy 27, Gicen 15: "W. Roil three for 25, P.' Duncan three for 7, R. Weate one for 27) v. Yarraberg one for -S6 .(Weate 43 not out, C. M'Ewin 35 not out). Lincoln 76 and'56 (R. Clarkson 13 and 30, J. Knighton 13, S. Smiwell 13 not: out, ? R/ Pirrie 11;> L. Smith seven for 50, J. Rose six for 42) v. Rich mond . District' - (closed . - with / -eight, wickets for 158) (C. M'Bean 32", - A. Ogilivy 32, A. Adams -31, R."Williams 28 not out; R. Pirrie four. for 37, L. Armstrong three ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
LOCAL DIRECTORY; FEDERAL I'ARLIAMENT. The Senate is elected by the whola -tate. ' HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Yarra Electorate - Hon. F. G. I'udor, M.P. STATE PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Melbourne East Province.-Lion. A. M'Lellau, M.L.C.; Hon. J. P. Jones, UL.C. LEGISLATIVE AS3ICMBLT. Rlelimond Electorate.-Mr. tE. J. 'otter, M.L.A. Abbotsford Electorate.-Mr. G. 0. Vebber, M.L.A. CITT OF RICHMOND. The Richmond City Council meets ..?n alternate! Monday evenings, at the UCTVU Hall, at 7.30. COUNCILLORS. Mayor, Or Gordon Webber, J.P. WEST WARD. G. W. Kemp, rotires 1014. D. L. Davies. retires 1915 M. Alexander, retires 1910. . NORTH WARD. 13. Flevill retires 1914.. H. n. Bell, retires 1915. * J. T. Street, retires 191G. SOUTH WARD. George P. Beachcroft, retires 1914 .-?.vWV. Burgess, retires 1015. W. \V. Gleadell, retires 1916. EASTWARD. Arthur A. Fear, retires 1914 C. Morgan, retires 1915. G. D. O'Connell, retires 1916. CENTRAL WARD. - or. (J. Webber, rotires 1914. G. R. Admans, reti...
SOUTHERN CROSS COMIPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
' SOUTHERN' CKOSS COMI'lDTI TION." South Richmond Methodist eight for 106 (F. Schrappc 3S, AV. Schrappc 13, II. Edmoud 16) v. Cremorne Methodist 7S (J. Bramc 28; Schrappc, six for 2S)._ Richmond . Congregational 79 (Lil lie 17, Wragge 14; Palcrson six for 33) v. Gambcnvell ' Baptist seven, for 72 (Spear 23; Lillie three for 16). Cremorne 161 (A. Walker 60 not out, Johnston- 21;.: Galley: fourw for 52) v. ?West Hawthorn Presbyterian. . Auburn eight lor 77- (Thompson a8j AVare 22: llatfield two for i3j Cole two for 2S,. liadden. three for 14) Y. Duke of:-Richmond .: 105 ..(Hatfield 17,. Scott 23;- Miller 21; .Sibley four for.12S, Baker two for S). Empire Works 144 (C. Evans n, G. Walker 22/ Noble 19, G. Pontin 31, A. Pontin 13: Campbell four. for. 52, Voges four-for 20) v. North Rich mond Methodist four for 38 (Murphy 10; G. Pontin three .for 20, G. Walker one for 12).
CHAPTER XIV. MARTIN JENKINS FORGETS HIS CLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
CHAPTER XIV. MARTIN JENKINS FORGETS HIS CLOTH. No one can tell how ill news travels, but certain it is that it travels so fast that good news sel dom overtakes it-if there should he any to go after it. It would hav« been impossible to say who first told the story of Violet's elopement with Lord Darlington, and perhaps it would have been equally 'difficult to say what the story originally was ; for, by the time it had gone through, tho hamlet it had assumed a very different guise. A few affected to believe that Vio let had gone to her ruin, but the faith of most of them was so great in Violet that it was the common expectation that she would be with them presently as Lady Darlington, and the sick and needy looked for ward to that event as a sort of millennium. . The news spread through tho neighbourhood, too, an'd many a yeo man who had looked at Violet with eyes of love passed a heart-sick \day in consequence. . But it Is to the credit of human nature that for the most, part they ni...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
RATIOS TO TUE IINITUI) KINGDOM AND FOlilfllGN COUNTUIES. ... ? A- ? Letters-For every >£oa. or un der . . . . . 0 V I'ost Cards-each . 0 \ Reply Post Cards-each .... 0 1 Newspapers-laza. 0 1 Additional iiozs . 0. 0% Commercial I'auers-2ozs., 3&lt;L; ^ozB., 3}&1.; (loss., 4d.; SOBS., 4^d.; lOozs., 5&lt;L; then every 2oze. to 51l)s . . 0 1 Printed 1'apurB, other than newspapers-For every 2oss. or under, up to Gibs 0 1 Patterns and Samples - For every 2ozs. or under, up to Blba. 0 1 Registration Fee 0 8 Parcel* I'oBt, wholly by sea For each parcel of lib. «r under 1 0
RICHMOND CITY v. NORTHPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
RICHMOND CITY v. NORTH- ; PORTS. This match .was concluded last Sat urday, and ended in a draw. North Ports, who had on the pre vious Saturday lost 5 wickets for 244, were all out for 275. Paternoster only added 9 runs to his score, mak ing it 178, which is the highest indi vidual score of the season in1 the As sociation. At the call of time the City had lost 9 wickets for 198. G. W.ebb 40 (not out), G: Pearson 40, W. Johnston 2t, \V. Williams 19, H. Wiles 19 not out, and T. Hele 13, were tlie principal scorers for the City. NORTI-I PORTS.-ist (Tunings. M. Paternoster, c W. Johnston, b E. Dines .. .. .. 178 J. Woods, b E. Dines 7 F." Hughes, b W. Johnston .. .. 14 E. Keyhoc-, c and b W. Johnston 2 C. Ross, c T. llele, b W. John- : ston ...... . . o G. Keyhoc, run out 38 R Merrick, absent 1 A Hutchinson, b EvDmei .. 8 J Bow den, b T llele'.. 0 T Lewis, s,td W Williams, b~T5 llele . . 10 E Ewarl, uiot out r'"*"t j 4 Sundries ~"13 ' ? * :* -> Tot if ^ ^ ^ ^ 275 H Dincs7*3 for *42, \...
CHAPTER XIII. DEALING THE BLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
V CHAPTER Xill. ; i DEALING THE BLOW. No one had told Guy that Violet had a visitor, and he had bright atf ticiijalions of the sweet face that would meet his longing eves as he entered the little parlour in which lie hlul said good-night to her. Lord Coldenham stood in the sha dow of the room, and Guy did not see-hinCat'first,' but only Violet who' was in the middle of the room. ' | " My sweet. one!" he cried, spring- j ing. towards her, " have I seemed ! long ?, I could not make those pro-j saic folks understand how important j it was that you and I should have a! . special licence-What.? 01), I beg your pardon !" and with his arm ! already round the shrinking form of ; Violet he ? followed the direction of her glance. " Lord Coldenham I" t lie exclaimed. * ' ? j It needed no power of divination to j tell, him that the visit of the mar quis boded him no good, . and . he J .turned wit.li a quick, questioning ! glance to Violet; then he realised that her shrinking was not due toi the...
PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
FABUELS P0SV1 WITHIN VIC TORIA. Limit weight, 111b. Limit of size, I 8ft- 61a. la lengtli, or Uft iu gu'U) and length combined. Postage (to be pre-1 paid by stamps)-lib. or under, 00.: 1 sach extra lb., 3d. TJae 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 tha postal receiving officer after he has ascertained the weight No parcel will be accepted unless felly prepaid.
SECOND ELEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
' - \ SECOND ELEVENS. ?», ^ i ^ >/'fc ^ 7-.^^ .>>-. v-^"i-; *. v'^" -rr#o--->i' ?rZ-'t Richmond Seconds, scored 222 in thejr ~ first innings" and 37s for two wickets in they second, i against East Melbourne's 176 and 12^. They thus won 011 the fust innings by 46 111ns. :Joyce,;S2, vwas'-the- principal - scorer -for Richmond &lt; Rush, 45, ,md Shepp.ird, 27 (not out), also batted well. With .;the-;ball-i'good;%scrvice^Avas'>:-rendered' b\ Whittle" (5 lot 52), .ind Sheppaid 2i for.2l.».A.vFor: East; AValker 93, Price f35,:.and Vollugi : 2r . did best,. and the bowling was done by Vollugi three for-35, Brown, three for 76, and Le Leu one for 17.
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable In the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable !XK the Common wealth. Any sum not over £5, Cd.; over £6, tiHt not over £10, Is.; over £10, but not over £15, 1«. 6d.; over £15, but not over £20, 2B. 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.
CRICKET. RICHMOND v. EAST MELBOURNE. RICHMOND'S HARD LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
C R I C K E T. RICHMOND v. EAST MEL BOURNE. RICHMOND'S HARD LUCK. There was an interesting gathering of spectators on the Richmond ground on Saturday to witness the finish of the match between the locals and Hast Melourne. With, 173 to add to their 60 and live of the best bats out, the locals were seUa ^diflicult tail;, but there arc surpi ises perhaps - more in cricket than in,most games." The not out men, Swift (18) and Moigan. ?(o), resumed life 11 places at the wick-;, ets,_ and-were ..not -long-111 taking'. tht:i measure of the boulus They, how evei, took no risks"'but, batting with;| conhdciicc^ vgradually"!?vincreaicd "-' the] score by 50 ^ 11111s, when /-Swift Avas? snapped up b\ Mahony"' offv CaiiolV. bowling The score then stood at no &lt; Lovie^ partneied Moigan, and the.: stand tof the day was t made. _*I3olh men weie batting so fieel\ that it seemed probable that lliey would com-' pile the rune necessary to win the? match At 17S, howevei," Lovie/was | iinfoituna...
Richmond Football Club ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
Richmond Football Club (ANNUAL (MEETlINO. The 29th annual meeting of the Richmond Football Club, held 111 the Skating Rink, Bridgc-road, on Wed nesday evening last, was attended by about 3000 persons, including a good percentage of the fair sex. Hon. F. G. Tudor, M.H.R., occupied the chair, ?and 011 the platform were Messrs. E. J. . Cotter, M.L.A., Cr. Webber, M.L.A.,' (Mayor. of ; Richmond), and ?1 most-: of- the oflice-bearcrs and :com mitteemen of the club. - The President, in 'moving the -adop tion of the annual report and balance sheet,-said that,- while,"the, club,wab not'so:high upJon the-list -as they would like, still the season had been a ?> successful one,'- financially and otherwise, and a good feeling prevailed throughout.1 With ? a ^ fair share of luck in some of theii mat ches, they would "have been higher 011 the list. The- recently-acquired ground' had ,been fenced'in, a start was "made ; with - the:.; grand-stand, and. ;withs* the; ? extension and improvements w...
PACKETS, ETC. Preparation For Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
PACKETS, 1DT0. preparation For Post. Packets may be sent through tlie post:-Without a cover (but not fas tened with anything adhesive, such as gum, postage stamp, sealing wax, etc.); In a cover entirely open at one end or iide (if the cover be slit, the opening must be of the full extent of the eud or eide, and the contents must he easy #f withdrawal). 'J'he cover may bear the sender's name and address, and the words "packet," "sample," or "pat Urn,," etc. (as the case may be), " only." rackets may he tied with string, but officers of the department may cut the itring to examine the contents, and tie the packet up again. iSatuples of seeds, drugs, etc., which cannot be aeiit as open packets, may be euciosed in bags or boxes, fastened so aa to be easily undone and re-fastened. Nate.-If the Above conditions b* not complied witfe, packets are regarded an Insufficiently paid letters, and charged tccordJngly. &lt;
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
POSTAL INFORMATION. For the Information of our reader* we herewith publish tlie BATES FOB PLACES IN VICTORIA. B. d. (Afters-Half-ounca or uuder .01 " For every ounce ... 02 Six press Delivery-For each letter or packet, not exceed ing 8oz., for iirst mile (in ad dition to oi 'inary postage). . 0 4 Vor ever; ditionai balf-iniie or unde 0 2 bate fee 0 1 (Packets - Commercial and printed papers (maximum weight Gibs., dimensions not .tfi exceed 2ft. lu length, 1ft. dfrpUi or width), for every Voz. or fraction thereof ... 01 Patterns and samples, packets at merchandise, Mtc. (maxi mum weight lit, dimensions uot to exceed 2ft in length, lft. in depth or width), rate of postage for every 2oz. or fraction thereof . . . ~0-1 Books-For every 4oz. or un der, up to Glba 0 1. Newspaper*-For each news paper 6 O^i Newspapers, magazines, and publications not published in tb« Commonwealth, 2o. . 0 OH Post Carda-each 0 1 Reply Post Cards-each .... 0 2 Letter Cards-2 for 0 2% Registration fee ...... . ...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
UUUlNAItr TISlilfiGUAMa. Town and suburban, within prescribed limits, or within fifteen miles from tliu wend ing station, including address and signature (uot exceeding sixteen words) 0 6 Each additional word 6 1 Other places within the State, except town aud suburban, including address and signa ture (not exceeding nix teen words) 0 8 Bach additional word ..... 01 Interutaie, I.e., from any one State to any other State, in cluding addreas and signa ture (not exceeding sixteen words) 1 0 Each additional word ..... 0 1 Double tke foregoing rate# to be charged for the transmission of tele grams on Sunday. Christmas Day, aud Good Friday, and for " Urgent" tele grania.
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914
POSTAL NOTES. i'ostsl Notes may be obtained at. auy Coat Oilice in Victoria. 'l'lie following are Uie denominations of the notes, and the poundage or price charged for tlicin :-Is., %(1.; la. Ud., ^td.; 1's., Id.; 2B. 6d., Id.; 8s., Id.; i!«. Bd., Id.; 4b., Id.; 4s. Ud., Id.; 5s., l^d.; 7a. Od., 2d.; 10a., 3d.; 10a. (id., 3d.; 15a., 83.; 20«.. 3d.