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JERUSALEM. MODERN: PROGRESSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

JERUSALEM. "-f 310DEUX : L'liOC!M3SS1VE. .During- the last, tlurlv -years a great change . has come . over; .7 eru snlem. .. ^l-'rom an - old-world town it has been . transformed into-«-pro-, ?gressiro.. one,: an<l modern. improve ments have been introduced one after .mother, hut so quietly that Oriental'-v'-cunsirvalism - lias not been gi{2.ili,\. nlunde 1, and'the lest 01 the ,\vorld v haV-'noC""-real ised' u li.it" ' has'1 j lieen; - takin-;. place. . 'rhe. . last : cvi ?j dem'C".. ol progress,* was .the-arrival," ! a short time ago,: of .; a massive . American motor road-roller, and the" j decision to equip : the.city with an i efficient tramway system. ?..??? j The walls enclose UOfl .acres, of ! 'which ...35 acres v. are -.occupied by tho j Temple enclosure.- 15ut: owing to the .j impossibility of housing the thou j.sands of,; Jewish: immigrants - who i.still continue to arrive, building i has, hebiiv proceeding outside-^ the1 I walls to a very considerable ex t ten...

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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BOWLING RICHMOND UNION v. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

B O WLIN.G RICHMOND UNION- v.' BR'l'GH "TON. -Richmond Union still continue - on their, victorious career, anil on pre- -' bent form seem invinciblc. They scored another good win against Brighton! on Saturday. Scores: -R.U. Li. Nowlands, Brown, Cuddoit, lj leach 32 .. - Jeffrey, Rentle, Vance, L'os sey - .. 17 Cooper, . Porter, ' Watson, Hansen 29 .. - George, ' "Crowther, Foy, Livesey".. . - ._. Smith, Walli?, , I,oughnan, Kelly .. - ; 33 ? . - Uergin, tcilh, Nash, Tricks -. 30 Sellcck, Forbes, MacGilli- _ cuddy, Collim 25 .. - Hannigan, Davidson, Trecby, Burrows .. . .. .. ; 26. Totals .... .V ......119 . . 93 "UNSEED COMPOUND." - The 1 S'lockport Remedy' for Coughs and Colds. Of '0 years' proven efficacy. -

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ODDITIES OF BALKAN BATTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

PDDjTIES OF BALKAN BATTLES. I . + ; ' I They wage unconventional war in the Balkans. The short cut Of cons-: i monsense ? comes betoro the circum I navigation of military rules and l-ceremoiiies,^,-which ..-explains, .why ,a j Bulgarian -v battalion of . .infantry ! once: rode .from Sofia to the battlc i field, a .distance of twenty miles, I two- men to a cart-horse; : They had arrived, footsore, at the capi tal, ? ??..?a. thousand- strong, only to learn -that the battle referred to had .already commenced. Whereupon the .-commander immedia tely requi sitioned live strong cart-horses in the city, and the foot soldiers were pre cariously carried to the scene of ac tion inHliat unorthodox fashion. It \>as 111 the Mime uai f<ontcsle;l between" Bulgaria and Servia just a .quarter . of . a century ago) that the J.I th Bulgarian .. Infantry, sta tioned at I'levna, ? niarcheil . through snow and slush a distance of sixty 111 ilus in 1 twenty-six hours. This would lie-, the, wo...

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Municipal Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

-Municipal Picnic i lie Annual Picii-ie of the Richmond ?Municipal .Employees was held under pleasant conditions on the 18th inst. .- $... though rather warm in. greatly inodilictl by the1 pleasant, cool sin rounding!) ot the seiiv.de at I*rankstoi>, and the outing was greatly enjoyed by the large H-itliering"°f Council employees, with their families, and friends. A special Irain conveyed the party to the pic nic ground, where ample arrange ments had been made for the dav's .umiscii!jnt.^ Amongst.-those present weie - The Jilavor (Cr. Webber, M.L.A.), Crs. Burgess, O'Coiinell, :.n i Fi.ar, rnd Messrs. C. C. Bkuey (.Town Clerk), C. \V. Rose (Cilv Sur- ' \eyor), and C. R. Syle (Rate Collec tor;, all of-whom. took an active in terest Jn.the proceedings. Cr. Bur .gtas ?. officiated' as starter, and Mr. IJiaztyaud Crs. Morgan and Fear as Judges. A well-arnuiged sports pro-". giMinme was carried out, including, a' tug of war.. Many of the races were well contested. lite .first prize fo...

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All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 8. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; O R, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. 4 By the Author of "All or Nothing," "Two Keys," etc., etc. PART 8. He had hardly hoped to effect ;isiv-1 .thing by his appeal, lint a sudden! lco'i of despair chased every other j from- the beautiful lace, and she gut in the chojr she had vacated, and signed her Dame, breathing a prayer . at the same moment, as he could see by the convulsive movement of her pale lips. " You. "will .be brave," he said to her. " He- will not believe me ; You must tell him that you will not .marry him. - -Think of/him h think of his mother!" ' " No, I : cannot meet him-I . will go away. You must deal this blow. I love him-love him and I cannot give him up ! Let me go." : ? She took a step towards the door but recoiled when she lieard his. buoyant step on ' the stairs. She .staggered back a pace-and murmured: V'' I-Ie is coming with love and hap piness in his heart, , and I. must stab . j him. Oh, Heaven ! What have I . done that this should...

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A MOVING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

A MOVING STOHY. A- debate was overheard between ^ somexworking men us to whether it * was cheaper to move or to pay , " rent. ; " Opinion being about equally " divided, they referred the question to the oldest man they knew. J. "Is it cheaper to move or to pay rent, Bill V" I Said he : "Well mates, ye seo 1 ain't exactly in a position to eay. 1 I've always moved." . __

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National Picture Theatre [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

National Pictnic Theatre The program "for Monday, 'Tues day and Wednesday evenings-at the National Theatre will include: Pat-lie's Australian Gazette, topical.; A Corner in Popularity, comic ; The Right Man, sdrama ;;: How.; it Worked, comic ; The Little Hero, drama.; The Diver, two reel drama; The Tudor Princess, two reel drama; Battled, an amusing two reel comic ; new Singing Pictures and Electric Bell Selections. On Thursday the programme will be changed, when the latest Sing ing Pictuvc-s will bo shown, also Electric Beli Solos, and two special star drama:;, The Phantom Signal, a railway dr.una and Tl'o. War iMak- ifv a two reel di..n:a Rev. II. Kcllv, M.A., fonnuh pas tor of Richmond Prcsbj teiian Church, is announced to ocuipv histoid pulpit to-morrow morning and ^ evening Mr. kellv, who has> pi actually ictircd Irom niinistcrial4':\vorky?Ms'w about.to pay a \isit to South Afiica ?»

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Advertising Hoardings [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

Advertising Hoardings A. ilopiitatioir :o£ . biisinesssmcn an d o th ers i n teres led. i» hoarding a Ivertiseinents waited upon the Minister of- Public .Works.on .Wed nesday to protest againist the recent by-law passed -by the Councilthe restrictive nature of which'it was held rendered hoarding advertising' al most prohibitive. The Mayor (Cr Webber) and Cr : Gleadell.attended to watch proceedings inthe interests of the Council; Mt j the suggestion of the Minister it was decided- to arrange a conference between the members of-the deputation and the. Council. Mr J. Y. Deane (Yal Deane) is about to lake a,trip to England;:M r . Deane is held in high respect in business circlcs as a member o£ the firm of Membrey: and Deane^ listate Agents, of Queen slreet Melbourne Socally however, Yal ' is better . known by his long connection with . sporting affairs, and" no one has done more' to maintain a high standard for football and .cricket than the popular President of the Beverley.^ Footballs...

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Cremopne-street State School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

Gremopne-^treet State School Committee, ' The final meeting of Cremorne Street 'State School Committee was held at the School on Wed nesday evening last, Mr J. W. Gipson presiding. The following report was submitted : - Having completed our term of office as Committee of the above School, we consider if our duty> . -to give you a statement of the work done during our term. . The whqle'of the School Build ings and surroundings were in a very bad state of repair, and onr iirst thought was to get things . put.; right, lor: the comfort and health of the children. The . Government' --. was v,- approached through' our; representative, Mr E. J: Cotter,- M.L.A., and asked ,to repair, .and- paint the ^School, " asphalt-the-yards and corridors, and also to piuchase th'e three .properties' lying in the ' School yards * to give more room for .; play ground for the children. . M i Billson -(the Nliiii-tcri and ' Mr. Tate (Director of Education) came' outi- inspected the properly and surroundi...

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Schools and Citizens Excursion AT HAMPTON, MARCH 10th [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

Schools and Citizens Excursion HAMPTON, MARCH The^Schools' ami Citizens Excur sion Committee met at the Town; Hall on- Thursday evening, the : Mayor, Cr Gordon Webber, M L. A ; ! in the chair - ' "j Most of the: Ftate; Scliools.^vere " represented, and representatives-, of ' St. Ignatius' Schools were also present The secretaries (Messrs W.J. Hofe and T} Biischrreported on vaiious matters Uhafc , had; l)een attended, to during the week. - M r Black (srcrc.-. tary . Sports Committee) - reported I hat' good progress was bei iig mado, with the sports programme. Major. Robins (treasurer) .gave details of what had' lieen done in regard tof refreshments: and amusements for the children; aiid from the financial - statement he submitted it is evident that if 'life committee arc to carry ;.out tho arrangements conttmplated more funds will be necessary.-. It is confidently anticipated that during the ensuing week 'Sufficient: dona -lionswill bo forthcoming, as ,the Mayor's generous offer to. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

National Theatre, BRIDGE ROAD, near Lennox Street. The First, Most Comfortable, and Most Popular Theatre in Richmond. ; Garefally Selected Pirst Run " Pictures, accompanicd by '.Bright and Sparkling- Music, rendered by the National Orchestra, have made the jSTational Theatre the talk of Richmond. Program Changed Every Monday & Thursday. The Jvrdional is the Coolest Tlioatre in the Suburbs.' A Tip-Up Chair lor Every Patron. Jj'loors are all Sloping-, thus ensuring1 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 Every Programme. POPULAR PRICES ; STDBeIS GtRCLE IS Children Half Price to all Parts, evxeept on Saturday Nights. ' Seats inay be Booked at Eaulkner's, opposite Theatre, 3d. extra, > Henry- Skead I l£36 General Grocer CORSAIR STREET, RICHMOND, Invites YOU to come and. knot's for your save* It is Great System of Cash and Credit Combined. Lowest Prices. Best Quality. Tel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

Always Use Good - Ink Wiltshire's Inka liw a reputation of ')5 years', standing behind thorn. They embody all that is essentiai in a perfect Ink.being Puto Fluid, Ncm Corrosive and Permanent. Sold by loading tationors everywhere. Refuse Suhatittttei " THE SWAN," Corner cf 01IITK0H and SWAN 8TKKETS EAST RICHMOND. CARLTON XXX »nJ XXXX ALES. Patrons will find overy couvoniunco pro vided for thorn. Cotjktbb LUNCH 11 to 2 daily. Billiard SALOON fitted with one of Alcoclt'n bo3t tables. TELEPHONE No 2802 Racine results postod promptly aflor v eacb race. - KS'i'ABLlSJJEJ) 18B8 JoHn Ghampion, Lato 13. Bakori Pharmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, And Surgeon Dentist, 100 BRIDGE 110 AD, - RICHMOND. RICHMOND OAaH TIMBEH YARDS, BRIDGE ROAD, Corner Gardner St. also CORN Mil SWAN and BRIGHTON HTM., SOUTH RICHMOND. Uuilding Material of ovory descriptioa New and Second-hand-at Roaaonnbln Fricea. Flooring, Red Gum, Oomont, Lining, Palings, Bricks, WeatherboardR, Drain PipoE, Sand, Hardwood, L...

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CORK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

CORK. It may not be generally known that this valuable substance is nothing more .or less than the bark of an evergreen oak, growing principally in Spain and other countries bordering on the Medi terranean. In our gardens it is only a curiosity. When the cork tree is aboal fifteen years old the bark has attained ( .thickness and quality suitable for manu facturing purposes; and, after stripping' a furtliei growth of eight years produces a second crop, and so on at intervals foi even ten or twelve crops. The bark in stripped from the tree in pieces two inches in thickness, of considerable length, and of such width as to retain the curved form of the trunk when it lia,s ;been stripped. The bark peeler or cutter makes a slit in the bark perpendicularly from the top to the bottom ; he makes another incision parallel to it, and at some distance from the former, and two short horizontal cuts at the top and bottom. For stripping off the piece thus isolated he uses a kind of knife with two ...

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Richmond Australian "Give me the liberty to litter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28 Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

" Give mo the liberty to litter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties?? SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2S Guppent Topics. Why should the Government .be permitted; to evade Building- Regula Uons? -Looking at the weatherboard; ^structure. built «: while buck by the Postal Department . 111 Wellington parade, East.Melbourne, and also the more, rcccntly greeted wooden .: '.eot-T t.ige toi uuetakei s lesidence' in Punt-ioad by the Education Depart ment, one would imagine there was no Building Regulation in the.dis tnet, but let any pn\ale pel son ^ :it .tenipl- tc>!;ereet£'a ;:wooden ibuilding .ill, eilhcr of these streets and - he-will soon have the heavy ?; hand vol the, law" down upon him. -Government .Depart-; ments:;slioiikl;-ser. an-example,. and so thc\. do-a bad one I venttue to as sc-rl that if the State schools were pri valely-owned establishments, threc loun lis ol those at present used would he eondcmnied; by the ? local:-health- au dio! Hits When anvthmg like...

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WHERE THERE'S DRINK THERE'S DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

WHERE THERE'S DRINK THERE'S DANGER. Write it on the liquor store; Write it on the prison door ; Write it on the gin-shop fine ; Write, Oh, write this truthful line j Where there's drink there's danget Write it on the workhouse gate; Write it on the schoolboy's slate; Write it on the copy book, That the young may in it look ; Where there's drink there's danger Write it on the churchyard mound, Where the dritik-slain dead are found . Write it on the gallows high ; Write it for all passers by ; Where there's drink there's danger. Write it underneath your feet; \Vrite it in the busy street; Write it for the great and small, In the mansion, cot, or hall; . Where there's drink there's dangei Write it on our ships which sail, Borne along by steam and gale ; ? Write it in large letters plain, O'er our land and across the main ; :?<' Where there's drink there's danger Write it in the Christian home; Write it where our drunkards roam Year by year from good and right; Proving with r...

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NOTES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

NOTES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. 1 Mrs. Louise Lindloff, "spiritual ist, clairvoyant, "and crystal gazer," is accused at Chicago of poisoning her little son Arthur in order to vindicate her reputation as a pro phetess. A year and a half .ago her daughter Alma and her husband died. Then she said to the under taker "We shall have to call you in again, before a year. It has been revealed to me by an occult process.". Poison is said to have been . found in the exhumed remains of the "son and husband. The pro phetess, -a motherly-looking person, drclares she has been receiving con stant-occult messages informing her that her. innocence will be fully es tablished. Princess Lichnowsky, wife of the newly-appointed German Ambassa dor-lo Great Britain, is the author "css "of a book about to leave the nrcss. Tt is entitled "Gods, Kings, and Animals in Egypt," and is one 01 the most charmingly subjective "Indies of ancient and modern .ligypl.-yet ?written: The ^action for slander brought .IjyivSigno...

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SHE NEVER THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

SHE NEVER THOUGHT. . A lady possessing a treasure of a do; mestic was surprised and angry to learn that said treasure was about to leave hei employ. "I consider your conduct very ua grateful," she said angrilyt," I have paic you good wages, and taught you to dt many things, and this m the way yoi treat me. It is shameful." * The girl murmured something abou . being sorry, but persistedjn her determi nation to go. " You can.at least tell me why you art leaving," said her mistress. " Well," said the girl, "when you wer< sick I gave my bed to the nurse and slept on the floor, and I cannot get ovej the cold I caught then ; and carrying al! your meals up stairs gave me a hurt ir the side, and I froze my fingers hanging 'out clothes, and the doctors say its toe hard, an' if 1 don't quit I'll break down.' ' " Nellie, is this true ?" asked her mis tress with tears in her eyes; "I nevei thought of it before. You shall stay and [ Will get someone to help you, and I'll take care of ...

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GREAT SURGICAL ACHIEVE MENTS NOBEL PRIZE WINNER'S MAS TERFUL, SCIENTIFIC TRIUMPHS. NEW SYSTEM CREATED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

GREAT SURGICAL ACHIEVE MENTS * NOBEL PRIZE WINNER'S -U TERI-'UL, SCIENTIFIC TRI UMPHS. "NEW SYSTEM CREATED. Some marvels of surgery are asso-: ciated with the career of Dr.- Alexis Carrol, who has been awarded the Noble. Prize. . Less . known for his distinguished work in England than in America, Dr. Carrel has placed on record achievements which promise to prove a powerful factor in saving human [ life, while even where.-- this end is i not attained a huge amount of.sufv. fering :to the living will he" obvia ted. ^ _ _ ~"Drr~^ Carrel has-Hvorked in .Rocke feller ''Institute laboratories, New* York, and lias advanced .surgical science in the direction in which wounds , and diseases ? of the blood vessels can be satisfactorily treated. lint one 01 the most astounding of Dr. Carrel's processes concerns the transplantation of cettain organs. In animals certain vital structures can be. transplanted from one to an other now that, the proper blood vessel connection can be made. This may b...

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WORLDS IN THE MAKING. NEW STARS FLY OFF LIKE SPARKS FROM A FLINT WHEN DEAD SUNS COLLIDE IN OUTER SPACE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

WOUfcOS IN THE MAKING. NEW STARS FLY OFF LIKE SPARKS FROM A.FLINT WHEN DEAD SUNS COLLIDE IN OUTER SPACE. (By GARHET P. SKRV1SS.) Three steps in the creation of a new star can now be defined. In the firat "two great "deacl suns'' which may be larger than our sun, but which have faded and gone out in consequence of the cooling; caused by excessive age, rush together with a combined speed of a hun dred miles per second ! But before they crash together a strange thing happens. Each of them begins to glow with light on that part of its surface which is turned directly/ toward the other, and both of theni are a little drawta out in form, or elongated, like two dogs tugging at : the same bone. And. in fact, these two dead stars .are pulling' against one another, and both the kindling light and the dis tortion of shape are due to the strain of that tremendous pull, arising "from their mutual attrac- ? tion. This seems one of the : strangest conclusions of science, ?!? but it is perfectly ea...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 February 1914

BEREAVEMENT. MRS. C.T. JAGO and FAMILY   desire to THANK their many friends for telegrams, letters of condolence, and floral tributes sent during their recent sad bereave   ment. Especially, the Rev. E. G. Veal, Dr. Laugley, and Nurse O'Grady for their kind attention.

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