Elephind.com contains 7,236 items from Richmond Australian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
BOWLING . After one of the most brilliant seasons they have experienced, and the Pennant almost within their grasp, the renowned Richmond' Union team met their doom last Saturday at the hands of Canter bury. There was a large and enthusiastic assemblage on Victoria Green to witness the contest, and. in sporting parlance, the odds were greatly in favor of Richmond Union, who started off with a lead which was maintained up till the last shot, when Collins failed to come up to expectations-the best men fail at times-and Canterbury won a well contested game by the narrow margin of one point Want of practice is set down as the cause of defeat. The scores were : . RICHMOND UNION. Smith,,AYallis, Loughnan, Kelly ... 17 NewlandsJ Brown, Cuddon, Bleach--. 24 Selleck, Forbes, MaeUillicuddy, Collins 18 Cooper, Porter, Watson, Hansen... 22 Total ... 81 CANTERBURY. Eley, Hoskin. Hotchin, W. Stephens 24 Nathan, Huckerby, Howie, Belvea.. 16 Wood, Patrick, H. S. Belyea, Lusty 20 Duncan, ftlcConnell...
STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
STATE. . Mr E. J. Cotter. M.L.A., Rich mond's representative in the State Parliament has again beea selected by the P L.O. to carry the Labor banner at the next'State elections, there- being no opposition to his candidature. Mr G 0. Webber, M.L.A., is apparently to have strong opposition within the ranks. Mr W. S. VlcCrae, tramway employee, (who stood for selection on the last oc casion) and Vice President of the Australian Tramway Association, and Dr. D. Rosenberg, M.R., Ch.B.. late President Abbotsford PL 1 '.. having notified their intention of standing for selection. Arrange ments are now being made by the P.LO. for the preliminary election to select a candidate. Nominations must be forward to the Deputy Returning Officer (Mr Geo. Hay. :121i?almer-street). on or before Saturday next, 28th inst, and the polling will take place on April 8th. from 9 30 a m. to 9.30 p m at 236 Victoria-street. . Although both Parliaments "will probably live out their full terms, and there is therefo...
LETTER PILLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
LETTEIi PILLARS. . letters may also be posted at foi ? wing places: Corner tloddle and Egan streeto. Corner Hcddle-street and Simpson'* road- . - Corner "-huroh and Victoria streota. Corner Church and Kent streets. Corner Victoria aud McKay streets. Corner Victoria and Burnley streetn. Corner Burnley and North streets. Comer Burnley-street, and Campbell i>a:-ade. _ > Uawthorn Bridge. Ueudigo-street. C'orr^r Swan and Coppln streets. Cor.. ';hurcb-street and Darlingtoi. ;in radt. Coi'uer Bridge-road and Lenu*x &lt;=creet Corner Bridge and Punt roads. Corner Uowena-parade and Alfred street. : 'J Corner Lennox-street and Richmond terrace. j .j Corner Swan and Clifton streets. Corner Church and Balmain street* Corner Cburcb and. Swan streets. Green-3trjet Local Bill Poster and Distributor.-' J. Werner, 15 Gou li-place, oft Punt road South. i j Advertising space Is truly u much a part of your business and pro perty as the window in which you' display your goods, or the offic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
;LWM® $ H | It H M .®.3 mMl i » » LIMJ*t -.a v ," ;;j . . :l_|^ ?i h pj £:. fcgfr'g "" ' :" .' Wei pftjfo bi»Ing- .n I.-':?T crop of Coldf., Influenza and Bronchial Troubles. Pops arc t he surest safeguard a/yainst wet and char.gxable weather perils. Keep Feps s'roays handy, and de!y :'.iJ tho threat and chest troubles oi' this fickie and uneai'tain vjcathar, Fepsnrc a true breath ing- cure. Ihe powerful balsamic odours are In haled directly into the throat, chest and lung's, and provide a unique .V;-. \ and unfailing'remedy. .18 j'-A V GEO. WHITEHURST, General Printer, Bridg© Road, Bichmoncl, OFFICE OF TJie Richmond Australian, All kinds of Printing done* Dance, and the World will dance, too. Cry, and the World cries with you. THE LOCAL WEEKLY HEWSPAPER, " The Richmond Australian," Contain* all News Items of Interest, as well as serials and short stories. All News Agents Sell it. PRICE > - ONE PENNY. Soorbteries of Churches, Friendly Societies, Clubs, &0., $n incited to ...
V.J.O.A.—Second Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
J.O.A.-Second Grade. Richmond District 143 (Gutlirie 47, Mason 51, McBean 15 ; Robiuson six for 35, Knorr two for 25, Lanigau one' for 17, Willougliby one for 25) v. Collingwood United, five for 25 (Smith one for 7, Rose two for 17.) Lincoln, 79 (Knighton 22, Boanas 12, Taylor 10 hot out; Tnomey four for 18, Laxton three for 12, Punch one for 16, Jackson one for ? 22) v. Collingwood Footballers, five for 58 (Jackson 24, Wilson 11; Pirrie, three for 21, Timewell two for 26.)
CRICKET. RICHMOND V. CARLTON [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
C R I 0 K E T. RICHMOND V. CARLTON Richmond have 220 to make this afternoon to win against Carlton. This should not prove a difficult task for Lampard, Dean, Macrow, and Co. as there are no "star" bowlers in the Carlton team. The scores at the end of last Saturday's play were: CARLTON-First Innings. Cohen, run out ... ... ... 37 Stanley, run out ... ... 3 McKenzie, run out ... ... 35 Sewart, b Sheppard ... 85 Delves, b Collins ... ... 7 Dick, not out ... ... ... 33 Gardiner, b Collins ... ... 7 Robinson, b Sheppard ... -... 6 Morsehead, c Allan, b Collins... 8 Curtis, c Sheppard, b Collins .?. 6 McLean, c and b Sheppard 1 Sundries... ... 16 Total ... ... ... 244 Bowling-Lampard, none for 31; Allan, none for 40; Stewart, none for 29 ; Macrow, none far 30; Kelso, noue for 11; Collins, four for'59 ; Dean, none for one ; Sheppard, three for 37. RICHMOND.-1st Innings. Dean, not out ... :.. ... 15; Allan,-not out ... ... ? ... 10: Total for ho wicket ... 25
SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETI TION. Maes, 275 (Angus 92 not out, Archie S3, Will 25 ; Downing seven for 58) v. Camberwell Baptist, 106. West Hawthorn Presbyterians, 131 v. Duke of Richmond, 48 and 62 (Hatfield 27 ; _J. Galley five for 27, H. Wilson two for 5.) Cremorne, 74 (T. Stock 1'3; Clarke five for 25, C. Frazer three for 30, McCagliern one for 3) v. Kew Weslejs, 125 and six for 120 (N. Fraser 40 not out, C. Eraser 30 ; T. Walker four for 16.) Empire Works, seven ' for .162 (Walker 32, Evans 38, Elder _ 26, Price 13) v. Burnley Methodist, 40 and 48. North Richmond Methodist, .134 v. "Lennox Footballers, 34 and 80 (Kennedy 15, Sliarman 21; Rees four for 3, Campbell four for 20, Voges four for 22.)
V.J.C.A.—Third Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
V.J.C.A.-Third Grade. ' The semi-final match between St. Ignatins' and Fawkner Footballers was commenced at Albert Park on Saturday last. Both teams had a good record for the season, having lost only one match each, and as they had scored an equal number of Premiership points, a keen contest was looked forward to. St. Ignatius' captain (Heagney) won the toss, and led his men into the field. The opening bowlers, Bayliss and Rnsh, proved too strong for Fawkner. These two players have been bowling remarkably well during the whole season, and have put up some fine performances, but they excelled themselves on Saturday by disposing of their . opponents for 21 runs a good achievement at any time, this is rendered particularly fine by the fact that it was done in a semi-final match. Bayliss, after having 12 runs hit off him without taking a wicket, found a spot and secured seven wickets without the loss of an additional run; he performed-the hat trick, knocking the middle stump out of the ...
Political v. industrial Organisation. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
Political v. industrial Organisation. ADDRESS BY THE MAYOR CR. G. C. WEBBER, M.L.A. The Mayor (Cr G. C. Webber, M.L.A ,) occupied the platform at the City Reserve on Sunday last, the subject of his address being " Political v. Industrial Organ isation." He urged upon all workers the importance of paying more attention to political organ isation. As an old Union Secre tary he believed in Industrial Organisation, which had done so much good in the past, and was calculated to do even more in the future, but the experience of all; great industrial troubles taught them the lesson that the ballot box was the most potent factor in obtaining justice for the , workers. The failure or partial failure of ' most of the strikes was largely attributable to the lack of Labor representation in the .Parliaments. For instance, the workers in South Africa were well organised indus trially, but only had four direct Labor men in the Union Parlia ment. Had they paid as much attention to political, as the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
"HEATING'S I'OWDER" destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES, and all other insects, whilst quite harmless to domestic animals. In ex terminating Beetles the success of this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly clean in application. See the article you purchase is "HEAT INGS," i.e., with the signature THOM AS KEATING on each tin, as imita tions are noxious and ineffectual. Sold in Tins, 6d. and Is. each, by all chemists.
LIFE-GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
LIFE-GOVERNORS. The following wore nominated for appointment as Life Governors of tlie Institutions named : Melbourne Hospital-The Mayor, Cr. Gordon G. Webber. Alfred Hospital-Cr. A. Fear. Women's Hospital--Cr. Wm. W. Gleadell. ;.,: St. Vincent's Hospital-Cr. G. R. Peckliam-Beaclicroft. Homceopafcliic Hospital-Or. Clias. W. Morgan. Austin Hospital-Cr. George W. Kemp. Children's Hospital-Cr. H. Bell. Richmond Dispensary-Cr. G. D. O'Connell.
Charity Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
Charity Vote. The following amounts were allocated by the Council 'on Monday evening last to the various institu tions mentioned : Richmond Dispensary ... £50 0 0 Poor Box ... ... 25 0 0 Melbourne Hospital ... 25 0 0 Alfred Hospital... ... 20 0 0 Women's Hospital ... 20 0 0 St. Vincent's Hospital... 20 0 0 Children's Hospital ... 20 0 0 Homoeopathic Hospital..." 20 0 0 Austin Hospital for In curables ... ... 20 0 0 Richmond Creche Society 20 0 0 Queen Victoria Hospital 15 0 0 Eye and Bar Hospital ... 10 0 0 Convalescent Home for Men ... ... 10 0 0 Melbourne District Nurs iug Society... .... 10 0 0, Lady Talbot Colony for Epilieptics ... 10 0 0 Victorian Association of ? Braille Writers ... 10 0 0 Minstering Children's League ... ... 10 0 0 Foundling Hospital and Infants' Home, East Melbourne ... 10 0 0 Foundling Hospital, Broadmeadows 10 0 0 Benevolent Asylum ,5. 0 0. Little Sisters'of the Poor. i r, 5 0 0 Richmond Branch, Melb.-, City Mission ... 5 0 0 Richmond Free Kinder garten ....
Druids Easter Bazaar RICHMOND STALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
Druids Easter Bazaar i . . RICHMOND STALL. The hon. secretary Richmond Stall, Druids' Bazaar, in aid of Austin Hos pital and Free Kindergartens, ac knowledges with thanks the following additional donations: Per Miss "Webber-Cr Barcelo, 5/ Mrs Barcelo, 5/ Per Mrs D'Altera-Mr Wallen, Doll's Brass Bedstead ; Mr H. Milne, Ladies' Opera Cloak. Per Miss Bnrgess--Mr J.^Wren, £11/-; Court Robin Hood, A.O.F., 10/6. On Thursday evening next, 26th inst., a Gift Night will be held at the Richmond Town Hall. Ad mission is free, but those who attend are requested to bring a gift snitable for the Jumble Stall. The Richmond City Band will play at Hawthorn Bridge to-morrow (Sunday) at I p.m. in aid of the fund.
CORRESPONDENCE. A DISCLAIMER. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. A DISCLAIMER. TO T1IK EDITOR Sir,- A story is being industri ' onsily circulated throughout the electorate to the effect that I com pelled a patient of mine to leave the house where I reside in the middle of the night in a ci&lt;b without a mattrpss. etc This has been done, like other untruths with a view to infl encing votes against me in my campaign for the Ab botsford seat . The iollowing declaration from the patient puts me in quite a different light. Yours truly. ' DAVIb ROSEN BlillG MB. Ch B 296 Church Street, I, of . Len»ox street, ilichmond iu the Srate of Victoria do solemnly, and sincei:ely declar e that: - - I Dr David Rosenberg asked me to leave the house in which he -resides at 296 Church-sTeet because of my ill-health and because he was my medical attendant and not my landlord. 2 That he tried to get me rnor&lt; healthy accommodation in a health ier suburb. a That he endeavored to obtain better employment for my husband 4 That he did not...
MUNICIPAL OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
MUNICIPAL OFFICERS town Clerk and Treagnror.-Mr I Blaxiey. , City Surveyor-Mr C. W. Rose. - Receiver and I'aymaster- Mr "W. iileacl' Afiiitant Clerk.-Mr. F. Hallett. City Inspector.-Mr. T. Smith. Rate Collector* and Valuers.-Mmsr» B. Hansen and C. R. Syle. Hallkeeper-Mr. J. J. Jackson. Xiarket Dues Collector-Mr R Health Officer-Dr. Haynes, tmpeotor of Weights and Meatorei. Mr. E. T. Gregory. Dog Tax Registrar-Mr Bennett Poundkeeper- Mr J. Is H. Wood,
Committees. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914
Committees. Public Works-The whole Council, five to form a quorum. Finance and Legislative-Crs. Street, Beachcroft, Morgan, Kemp, and Bar celo. City Improvements, Quarry, Gar dens, and Abattoirs-Crs. l?levill, Beachcroft, O'Connell, Kemp, and Barcclo. Boys' Gymnasium and Baths-Crs. Street, Beachcroft, Morgan, Davies, and Barcelo. Rights-of-way Reconstruction-Crs. Bell, Gleadell, O'Connell, Kemp, and Admans. Lighting - Crs. Street, Beachcroft, Fear, Kemp, and Barcelo. Building Regulation' - Crs. Flevill, Gleadell, O'Connell, Kemp, and Ad mans.