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A GUARDED REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 March 1914

A GUARDED REPLY. It has frequently been noted that the New Englander is very cautious in his language, and thathe rarely gives a direct answer to a question. A gentleman said to a friend whose family were not noted for very active habits "Was not youi father's death vet)' sudden ?" Slowly drawing one hand from his pocket and pulling down his beard, the interrogated cautiously replied "Waal, rather sudden for him." No man ever forgave a woman foi knowing more than he. and the more knowledge the greater the imlignutwn. At an inn in the country tlio landlord has a sign posted up outside his door, " Good boor for sale licro, but don't lake niy word for it."

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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His Other Uncle. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 March 1914

His Other: Uncle. A traveller, who. by his twang,. evl- ? dently came:. from- A'merica, '.011 toro(l :a f railway :ciirruigo ^aL .;]lereturil 'the. other day;- and '.endeavored ? to begin ? conversation 111 the - followi11 g-way: "f'guess the air ot Hub country is. dead agen a Ions; innings " . The remark was .received 111 si-.; iencc by the otlier passengers pre sent; but the Yankee continued: "Now,- the - air - or our. climate us something: like a climate-kinder makes you live, want lo or not Why, my Uncle -Jabez. is- ninety-lour- .next. fail; but you wouldn't -think so to see him jump 011 and oil.; Ins bicyclo going;. down: j South to see. his ? old folk; and' my . A11111: Mima, seventy six, : and; junior : golf cham|)ion- ot' Fressia. By. the time- she getsa-. Iew more years over her head; she- will' be able to beat some 01--the -older ones, 1 can tell you! 1 assure yon of I his, that none of my relatives they have all 'been .brought :up : . in .Montana' ?. have handed.: in thei...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 March 1914

' OHUROIi OF ENGLAND.. St Matthias,' log (Dunning 37, 22,'Ilams 15, M'Donald five foi 35, Hurst; three Tor 29) beat St. Andrew's 42 and =32 (Hurst 19; aiubio;; Aston- ten. for 21, Goklin : live for > 32^.- by. -an in niiij3,s ?nd 38 runs. Christ Chinch 12S and thiee for 39 (Wicks 35 and 15, C Giudv 22, Sum ner-jg, :Sinnnons 12; Middleton two 6) beat St 13ai tholomew s Sg and 76 (Middleton. 20/vKeck, 18,-liandenian, 3 5!. JSumner-three for/15,- D. Lilbui li foui. foi 44) by seven wickets St Stephen's 156 (L Alden 63 not out, 11 Dingle 20, A Langfoul 19, F. llolliday 17, 11 Baikci 15) beat St Jude's S6 and 63. (1-1. Barker Mx-.foi. 23, E Giilliths six foi 33) by an iir nings and 7 11111s" St Geoige's (West Footsciaj) 74 and ouejor: 2S ...(W'atkins .24) ? bcat St. Thomas'/ 59 and 37 by nine wickets s s'l__CiicU\oknTTc\v's eight foi 221 (F llait 67, A Giles 48. J Skusc 38 not out, Chaiman 20 not out), beat St. .Luke's (Filzroj) 54 and 40 (Maxwell 21, Hail six foi 27, Claikson thiee f...

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A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 March 1914

- AO V. A O F* Competition-Robm^IIood 139 and fa e foi 33 (Daniels^. 13 not "out)~v'r',Pniiccs Hil^gi'CC ^Martm*,i6, not 'out, M'GilIcy" ii ' \\v Budge four^ foi^TS/A Iloopci two foi 20, Johnson .two (or 12, Nctheiton t 011c for t 11, Sclniltz -one for-10.,::-Robin ;l*Iood i^won, by 48 r 1111s Yariabcig bcaL Esscndon ' Pudc of Richmond'58 and foui foi 4S \ Brunswick 73 and 129 Bums wick won by 15 111ns 011 the first in nings. *

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THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 March 1914

^ - THE LADIES. j,Thc, abosc club held then weekly shoot-, on :;\Vednesday:w;a'iMic.-. following aie the highest scoies Mis" Sadlei sci ' 70 -XY,M]Sb kfi v" ". . ^ bCl 70 uMiss Jangwoi tli'' ^ f?0 Miss Ilunter j . 8 .. 70 Miss Ashton 9 ,. 70 Miss Hams . .2 69 Miss A ClaiLc .... 1 .. 68 Capt Bainaid ?? 4 .68 Mrs I,ovvc 5 . . 66 4 Miss Barnaid . 8 .. 66 Mis Dun-lop . 30 60

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RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB No. 312 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 March 1914

R!Fi&« 4. The Richmond kille Club" held a competition at Port Melbourne on Saturday last, the 28th Februaiy The conditions weie 14^ shots at 600 yards, to count ,111 the ^President's and CampbeU's Tiophies ,The highest scoieis weie - * YV T Smith " - S 70 ^ 3 W H*,Smith ^ '_70, 3 _ G Bell ' _' 70" .. 4 G Scott . . 70 .. 9 J R Sadlei . 69" .. 8 G Harrison" 69 .. 10 II Hancock . . 68 .. 6 W -Jones . /. . 67 . 10 A match anangcdv\\ith the South Melbourne Club often men resulted in-a> win for Richmond with 617 points, against South, 609 points

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FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 March 1914

JTSN AND FA^Cy. 0/ what ought a kiU to be fli&de J 0) tj paper.' v ' And now that wa are engaged, Fred. I only think it fair to make a coufossion, J love onions.' ' Pa, what is a fool 1' . A fool, my son, is a man who tickles « mule's bind leg.' . ' Does ho ever find it out, pa ? ? 'No, my son, not in this world.' - 11 have always wondered,' said the HOTvly-arrived missionary to the genial; cannibal, 'what became of my predeces sor.' ? ' Oh,'returned the cannibal, ' he has gone into the interior.' , ; ? ' Bemember who you are talking to,'said an iildignant father to a fractious boy. 'J am your father.' 'Well, who's to blame for th*|3' said the young impertinence ' 'taint me.' ' Grandpa,' said Teddy, as the old gen tleman w(>ke up from a loud-sounding afternoon nap,' if you'd give your nose a spoonful of paregoric, don't you think you could put it to sleep, too V 'Yeast-'Do you quarrel with your seighbour yet about his hen coming over in your garden V Crimsoiibeak-' No, we...

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BOWLING RICHMOND UNION v. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 March 1914

BOWL IN .RICHMOND UNION BOURNE. . ;Richmond . Union still ??maintain their, lead'in the; Pennant: Competitions, ami. ?'are; firstfavorites for premiership-lion-; ors. On Satuiday they'scoied ail easy win: aganist:-;Melboiirne/:,each-i ink. ? piowng Mctonous Scoies*-__ RU. M Newiands. JJiowii. Cuddon, " ' \V Bleach. . ... 35 . - W.{ Sims, Bleach, Docg, G. ? Sims , . ?. - . . J5 Cooper, Porter, Watson, ' Hansen 27 .. - Jcllej, Andicws, Yon Myluis, ^ \V. Pascoc - .. 20 Smith, Walhs, Loiighnan, Kelly .: .. 23 .. - Elbeshausen, Willcy, M01I011, Kemp - J7 Selleclc, Forbes, M.icGilli- < -. cuddy,- Collins .. . .. 35 . . - Williams, Dunham, Upton, E. M. Pascoe '. . . - . . 34 Totals 120 S6

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Richmond City Council. MONDAY, MARCH 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 7 March 1914

Richmond City Council. MONDAY, MARCH 2 The following representatives were present: Councillors. G. C. Webber (Mayor) G K. Admans H. Barcelo ... M Alexander ...   G. W Kemp D L Davies J . T. Street H Bell W. Burgess ... W. Gleadell WARD. Centre Centre Centre West West West   North North North South South South East   East East A. Fear -... G. O'Connell... C. Morgan.... Correspondence. From Hackney Carriage Commit   tee of the Melbourne City Council, stating that as the Committee is de sirous as far as practicable of giving effect to wishes of the local munici palities in the matter of motor omni bus stands, they would be glad if the Council will suggest alternative sites for the stands referred to in letters of 19th December and 14th January. - Referred to Public Works Committee. From the Prahran Council, asking that the City Surveyors of Prahran and Richmond be authorised to in   spect and report generally as to the st...

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CANADA'S WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

CANADA'S WHEAT. 4 Six hundred mid Ihirly-sevcii-mil lion - bushels oi wheat ! These : figures i-cpresent.' Canada's yearly -contribution . to the world's output. .When the . hardy .pioneer first set 'loot- on- the trackless prairies 01 the northern portion of the American Continent, he little realised that he ,:was:: paving the way lor the pro duction' 01 one-filth of the world's wheat supply ; nor could any man, not endowed . with: prophetic vision, luive loreseen the strides that huve been made ? between then and now. ?Those-six v. hundred;-and --thirty-seven million bushels 01 wheat' mude into bread -would - provide one : and one third Motives a duv lor every _ in habitant' of - the United States; ? and made into loaves a foot long would girdle the earth ?-The story or.the growth oi--.- Canada's great .wheat belt" must ever read like a ro mance- so ; absorbingly interesting that - it: cannot fail ..to rivet tho» at tention --^oi : - even the most: superfi cial reader. Time was wh...

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Famous Women Fighters. REMARKABLE FEATS OF MODERN AMAZONS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

Famous Women Fighters. - i ; .REMARKABLE FEATS OF j *RN AMAZONS. "Women- and young' boys were among the victims of the fighting. Many Albanian women fell with rifles in their hands." This extract from a war telegram from the Balkan States not only illustrates the fighting spirit with which the wives and daughters of the Montenegrins and Albanians are imbued, but it.-rails to IPind the fact that since the days of Joan of Arc there have been many women . who -have gloried in' the clash of arms and : have won ; reaowir as intrepid; fighters. - ' . It has been said' of. the vv.wonieiM of the Balkan States that- they can j liandle ; a swords, oiv guri ;' as >casily:as,! thc.v can : .handlo-v/av frying-pan;- and ?! this to a very large extent' is true; | for there. have > been .-sliveral. : occa^-. sions when Lhey have-defended'thoir homes against a common enoinv. TN THE FIGHTING LI\P And less than, lour years, ago- the. fvomen ol fcrsia showed that lhey, too, could take tneir-place...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

COAGULATE," " KL1NX," "TEN ASITINE," Cements for breakage^ manufacturing purposes, etc. /"LINSEED COMPOUND," Trade Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of L'nseed for Coughs and Colds. DON'T COUGH.-Relief can be ob tained immediately. Use "KEAT ING'S COUGH LOZENGES "-well known as the utterly unrivalleO Cough Remedy. Strongly recommen ded by many eminent physicians. They at once check the cough and re move the .cause-without any after effect; the most delicate can therefore take them. One Lozenge alone gives ease-one or two at bedtime ensures rest. Sold everywhere in tins, 13^. «"*." : Mil M

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BOWLING RICHMOND UNION v. NORTH FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

BOWLING RICHMOND UNION v. NORTH FITZROY. Although it made no difference in legard to position for the pennant picmiership, &till Richmond Union weie anxious to win this, the last of the sectional maldics, and thus go thiough without a defeat But !n this tliev weie disappointed, North Fitzroy sconng a victoiy by 17 points, to the -surpnsc^of ..all,-, for,-although; the-Norr: thencrs:carned; oft vlast .yearns; premier-;, ;Ship,?they:4had-ibecir«-i)layingi^indiffcr .entIy.!this:»scasonh,;t'rhe;scores :were:-r-. ^ - N P, 11 U 'l'horp/''Body, Hood,' Brewer 35 .. - Selleclc, Forbes, M'Gillicuddy, " " ' I * Collins r?-r - .. 14 "Britten, M'Cai Ihj, Coon, Wal lace 29 .. - New lands, * Blown, Cuddcn, 0 Bleach .. .. Vr. .. .. .V- .. 26 Paik,'-lIood, Beacham, Barr 30".. - 1 Smith, ^ Y^allis, ^Loughnan, ~ ?= « ^ Kelly?" .r v , - . -; 29 Robertson,,5 Mollci, ^Barnes, ***' <? .' llaslani ~ * .. 19 .. Cooper,- PorLci, Watson, M'CaTthv - 27 Totals 113 96

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I. O. R. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

I. 'o. R. The -Annual Meeting ot the Inde pendent Order of Reclnibites was held this week at - Ballarat. The public events : in connection with the event began on-Sunday,when a large num ber of' the/'Ballarat pulpits were occu pied by :.proniinent- members 01 the Order. The- report submitted to the Annual Conterenee referred to the fact that hfty years ago the thud -an nual .meeting ^wos held 111 Ballarat, ?\\hen sixteen--Tents weie lcpiesenled, -wiih?-a«.lolal^mevmbership-.oL483. ioThWiTentskiow,-:adultsaiid:junior, total 'neai ly 500 'The total beneht mun bers;iinc]udingj367,'-:iiisarrearsi- are/now; lS,123,' medical^ benefit and honor.11> |68c)4, and junior me,mbeis 7212, ma\ ing^ the' total stiength 111 Victona . 32,299 - The funds increased In l'£i.7,05ij.jduring:.rthc:fiyearj^iiiaking- the total £328,970 ,The'total inciease of i?nicmbershipvm=?TUlsclasses-1857-is a jxcord>achievement> foMtlie - Order .'11 .Vict£ina:i-s Elansi for.fttlie- estabhsliment of the. Young Au...

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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

IQ ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. Siliil I ? i letters-For every %oz. ar un der 0 *\ Post Cards-Stamped on Cards 0 1 Letter Card* to New South .Wales, South Australia, Tas mania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji 0 2 Parcel Post-For erery parcel. ot lib. or under 0 h fiadl additional lib. or under 0 8

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

> y _ - I /01XUECJ-TT5f ENGLAND Si Augustine s 125 (Cook 35, Gai-' side 27, Rowc, 76, 'fawn 11., Aston fne foi 42, Bell two for 6) v St" Matthias se\ en foi 59 (Allnutt 15, Norden 14, Dunning 10, Rove fi\e foi 24 St Bartholomew's 41 (J Baling h\e foi 13, N Jones fuiu foi 20) \ St i\Iaiys eight foi 167 (A Stilton 30 not out, N Jones 30, J Best 26, T Lo\c 24, J Belling 14, II Baring 14, Stcwait live foi 55) Si Stephen'!: 35 "(M'Quccn fi\c foi 23, Stublev thiec foi 2) v St Phil lip's 96 (P.usons 26, Collis 14, Stub Icy 10, GnflUhs thi eo foi 39). A O F Competition - Pndc of Richnioncl : 22- i (Aj: Hopper." four- fors .1),' J Cl.11 kc foui foi 5, W Budge one foi 3, Johnson -one foi 6) v Robin Ilood six foi 109 (Daniels 37, Nether ton-27 not out, Paton 11, King 14, O Hatch one foi 31, Tho*nton one for 2% \ Batch two foi 39, Wdtkinsbn one foi 9). * rN%1 -V .* s » w Yari abci g "s^ en fur 186 (\V lloft 50, L Weate 46 not out, R Wcatc 22, N Peiiynian 15 'fonis _onc loi 59, Ban el one foi...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

BATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. d. Letters-For every Hosl or un der 0 * Post Cards-each 0 \ Reply Post Carda-each .... 0 1 Newspapers-loss. 0 1 Additional 2ose 0 0}4 Commercial Papers-2ozs., 3d.; Aoza., 3^d.; Uo*s., 4<L; 8oss., 4%d.; lOozs., 5<L; then every 2ox«. to Bibs. 0 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers-For every 2oza. or under, np to Gibs 0 1 Patterns and Samples - For every 2ozs. or nnder, up to Bibs. . . 0 I Registration Fee 0 I Parcels Post, wholly by sea . F«r each parcel of lib. «r usder . 1 6

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CRICKET. RICHMOND v. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

C R I c K E T. RICHMOND v. ST. KILDA. . Richmond did not bat up to expec tations. With one wicket for ? 34, tlicy resumed batting, and only man aged to add 97 runs, the innings clos ing for 131 runs, being thus 104 be hind St. Kilcla's score. Lampard, with 36, was top scoicr, and A. Kelso (not out) 31 batted ^ ell St Kilda, 111 their .. v sccon^rW!attcmptigmadcv»i37. fui the lo^s o'l fou?.\\ ickets Scoies - ST KILDA--Fnst* Inningb ' "r Jhlehm, b Maekaj " T. ,.^59 Upuaid, c Tucker]"1].) L,ampaid<.~- 5 i ii/p 1t111.lv, lbw, b Lampaici. r 1 . Arinstroii'g,rX;i,aiid>jbi?iIackav/s.^'.:;!Vv;V^5., Loid, 11111 6ul < *1'- -'w n " ?75 I King, e Stcu'uil, b Caiiipaid ' i LtdiuiU, b M tck iv '1 ^ 8 Uli , tun,out '^ ^ ^ v, ,'J 17. | I\oi\,riiot out - ' 2S 1 Moult, )) Ltiinpaul7' *5 Moiri 011, 11111 out 1 1 Sundiie' ' ".'"15* it- e- ~ Total Z."' "" * ^235 jjo\ )in0^-Mnek ty, tlucc"~ wickets ftp 1 63 urns',V Lampafdj' four for 57, Maciow, none for,30,?»Mien, none'for* '49;...

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PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

PARCELS P0S1 WITHIN VIC TORIA. Limit weigkt, lllb. Limit' of size, I Ift, Cln, la length, or 6ft. In girtto and length combined. Postage (to be pre paid by stamps)-lib. or under, 6d.i .ach extra lb., 3d. The 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 haB ascertained the weight No parcel will b« accepted unless felly prepaid.

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Schools and Citizens Excursion GREAT SUCCESS. RECORD ATTENDANCE. ABOUT 7000 PRESENT. OVER 4000 CHILDREN'S FARES PAID BY MAYOR WEBBER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 14 March 1914

Schools and Citizens Excursion GREAT SUCCESS. RECORD ATTENDANCE. ABOUT 7000 PRESENT. OVER 4000 CHILDREN'S FARES PAID BY MAYOR WEBBER. The franking of the children to Hampton by the Mayor (Cr. G. C. Webbe'r, M.L.A.) caused the Schools' and Citizens' Excursion this year to be taken up with great enthusiasm by school teachers, parents, and a large section of the public, with the result that the attendance was larger by far than any previous year. There was a time before the early closing,"and Wed nesday and Saturday half-holidays, when this excursion -was regarded;.-as the annual outing forRichmond people, s and; consequently, ?: the: " attendances were much larger than xthoscvof more recent years. But Tuesday's demon stration ; ccIipsed :any previous one in point of ?numbers. The committee provided for 4500 children, and this number was exceeded," and about 2500 adults also took part iirthe day's fes tivities.'-One: of--the ' oldest "residents;, says he has seen most of .the large sch...

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