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Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914

Delegates. Managers Weights and Measures Union-Crs. Bell and O'Connell. Municipal Association - Cr. Beach croft. Gas Conference-Cr. Davies. Victoria-street Bridge-Cr. Street. Tramways Trust-Cr. Fear. Metropolitan Board of Works-Crs. Fear and Bell. Electric Tramways-Burwood, Mel bourne: Crs. Bell, Gleadell, and Alex ander. Prahran-Clifton Hill: The Mayor, and Crs. Bell and Alexander. Returning Officers for Elections - Crs. Bell, Burgess, Morgan, Davies, and Admans.

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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BATES TO TH [?] KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 21 March 1914

RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM     AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. s. d. Letters—For every ½oz. or un- der .... 0 1   Post Cards—each .... 0 1 Reply Post Cards—each .... 0 1 Newspapers—4ozs. .... 0 1 Additional 2ozs. .... 0 0½ Commercial Papers—2ozs., 3d.; 4ozs., 3½d.; 6ozs., 4d.; 8ozs., 4½d.; 10ozs., 5d; then every   2ozs. to 5lbs. .... 0 1   Printed Papers, other than newspapers—For every 2ozs. or under, up to 5lbs .... 0 1 Patterns and Samples—For     every 2ozs. or under, up to 5lbs. .... 0 1 Registration Fee .... 0 2   Parcels Post, wholly by sea— For each parcel of 1lb. or under .... 1 0  

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SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETI TION. Ihe Miles commenced a match 1'1,'ainst Itfclmiond Cougregatioiials on Saturday. Going lirst to the wickets, tlicy were disposed of i'or tlie mode rate score of 141, of which Angus wade 53, Syd. 20 (not out), and Adam 14. For the (Jongs., W. Kemp (four for 22) and Wragge (live tor -i-0 bowled well. The Congs. have scored ol for tiii! loss of three wickets, T. Dickason Ijc'ng not out with ten; The butting of Adam and Syd. was very brilliant to watch, being a good last wicket performance, putting on 'I3r runs, before they were separated, Adam particularly showing that lie has by no means finished his careeivas a batsman, placing them with assur ance in all parts of the Held.

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V.J.C.A.—Third Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

V.J.C.A.-Third Grade. . The mulch between St Ignatius anil Fawkner Footballers was concluded 011 Saturday last, llie result being a victory for the itiehmond team by ah innings and 22 runs. At the conclusion of the lirst day's play, Fawkner had been disposed or for 21 runs, and St. Ignatius had lost five wickets for 10S runs. The re maining batsman ottered little resist ance to the bowlers, and the innings closed for 128. After their good start, the St. Ignatius' batsmen performed very disappointingly. Settle bowled very well, getting six for 21. AVitli a leeway of 107 runs to make lip, Fawkner opened their second in nings with Oates and Nettle. The for mer lias a good reputation as a bats man, and proved worthy of his fame. By careful cricket, the score was brought to 43 before Nettle was bowlQd by Bayliss. Six runs later Oates was disposed of by the same bowler. The only remaining batsman to trouble the bowling was Elder,'who hit hard for 21, and the innings closed for So. The St....

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V.J.C.A.—Second Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

V.J.C.A.-Second Grade. ltidnnond District l-iiJ and- (i3 (Mason 51, Guthrie. 47, and 14, iU'Jieau 15, Ogilvy 23; liobortson: seven' for 42,; Lnnignn live for: 24, Willougliby lour .for.*45, ~Boyce two for .0*0)' v. ...Rolling wood United'S3 andjione for 10 (Ste vens 15, AVilloughby10, Boyee 24 not out, Freakc 11. not out; Smith two tor 33, Itose four for 44,. Heaguey one toi ls). Lincoln 70 and five'2foi-. 8r (t'ime 30 not out, Boanas 2i, Taylor 12; Twoniey two for 21, Laxton two for 17, Timcli one for 9) v. Gollingwood Footballers 94 (Angus' 30 not out, Jackson 24; Tiinewell six for 40, I'irrie four for oi). "

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SECOND ELEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

SECOND ELEVENS. Carlton made 213 (Lannigan 02 not out, Hoy 50, Spittal 25, Sutherland 17), and Kichmond lost six wickets for 330 runs. Gooley SO. and 'Richardson 103 not out-batted brilliantly." Stewart made 35 not out* Wells 20, Rush 20, ;uid Parker 20; Lamiignii. three wicic ets l'or OS runs, was Carlton's best bowler.

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CRICKET. RICHMOND V. CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

G R 10 K E T, RICHMOND V. CARLTON. With 25 runs and no wickets down, , the not-out batsiueu-Dean 15 aud j Allan 10-resumed on Saturday,' and shaped so well tliat it seeuied toler 1 ably certain that the team would toy j the 244 runs of their opponents. The r runs kept mounting up, Dean par J tieularly treating the bowling freely and scoring fours, to the delight of his club-mates in the pavilion. The board showed 100, and still both bats ' men were going strong, and looked I like adding considerably to the ceu-, tury. But the tide of fortune turned, and in a few minutes both batsmen were in the . paviiion, Dean being bowled for OG and Allan caught for oO. This was a splendid commence ment, and if only a fair amount of .success had attended the efforts of the following batsmen, BicLiuiond would have scored a victory. But Robinson aud M'Lean, having got rid of the two .' snags," found little difficulty in find ing the weak points of the remaining batsmen, the only one to give them ser...

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All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 12. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; O R, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. --*-. By the Author ol "All or Nothing.'1 "Two Keys," etc., etc. PART 12. The words fell from his lips like drops of blood wrung from his heart. His mother looked at him piteously and then threw her arms around his neck and sobbed : - ? " Oh, Guy, I am your mother. Do not hate me !" " No, mother." " And you will not leave me ?" She fondled him beseechingly ; but lie lco-<cd down at her sadly, enough but with no abatement of his deter mination. "I must go, mother. All this re minds me of her and is hateful to me." ?' " Oh, Guy, Guy; you mean never to come back," she cried. The gloomy light iu his eyes told lirr that she had Ruessed the truth, and she clung convulsively to him, seeming- . only lo have just realised how ereat her mother's love was. "The future is a closed book, mother," was all he ssjid. *' You will let me go with you, Guy?" she pleaded. " No, mother." Have you turned to stone, Guy ?" she wailed. ...

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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

TO AT.r. THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. tBSikl * *. Letters-For every %o>. or un der . 0 Post Cards-Stamped on Cards 0 1 Letter Cards to Mew Soutli Wales, South Australia, Tas mania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji . 0 2 Parcel Poet-For erery parcel oI lib. or unci it ....... 0 i> fiac-. tdditioim' ' >t under 0 8

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Richmond Health Statistics. GENERAL IMPROVEMENT. HIGHER BIRTH RATE. LOWER DEATH RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

Richmond Health Statistics. GENERAL IMPROVEMENT. HIGHER BIRTH 11ATE. LOWER DEATH RATE. ? The Health Officer (Dr. A. Haynes) submitted the following report to the last Council meeting:-' I' have the honour to " forward you the Annual Health Report for the City of .Richmond for the year ended 31st December, 1913. The City ?Valuers estimate ' the population at 41,771, au anerease of 1121 on the year 1912. Births.-There were 1253 births re gistered during the year-males, U2i; females, 032. Forty-nine more births were registered for this year than last. The birth rate for the year was 30 per thousand: this is the highest birth rate for this city since 1S97. Deaths.-317 deaths were registered during the ?.year-males, 100; females, 187. There were 120 deaths,less tlnm in the ? preceding, year. The death rate works out ? at- S.207 per 1000. Death" rato^ l'oi:, youi,.. lt)12, 11.033. There were ;101 persons who died dur ing the year who had reached the age of 70 years or over. Infantile Deat...

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GIVE AND TAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

GIVE AND TAKE. An amusing story is related by a Paris correspondent. ' When the Sultan 01 Turkey gave orders- for the mobilization of his troops he sent to the King of Bul garia. a sack of millet., with the fol-' lowing letter : "Ferdinand. JSfleudi, mobilize if you like,- but be assured that there are . as'niany: soldiers -in Turkey as there are grains * of millet in this sack.- Now, ^ if, you"-.'wish, - declare war." . Tho^King of- Bulgaria's reply was in kind. : -He sent a v cry much smaller sack, filled with the tiny grains of a "most virulent red pep per of. the country. -. "Ischousvi" it is called,; and. it does not belie its name, for its effect is that of a very - vigorous snuff. With it wont the following : dedication :-. ""Dear Mister Sultan,-The Bulgar ians are not- numerous, it is true ; but 'be assured that to stick your nose -into . their affairs is like stick ing- it Into .our national condiment. Try it and see. They'll sting you so sharply that the whole of Asia will...

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RATE'S TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

BATE'S TOXHEUM I HI J lilJSUDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. a. d. Letter*-For every ^os. or un der . 0 ' Post Cards-each 0 \ Reply Post Cards-each .... 0 > Newspapers-iocs. 0 1 Additional 2ozs 0 0^4 Commercial Papers-2ozs., 3d:; 4oss., 3^1.; 6oss" 4d.; 8ozs., 4^d.; lOozs., Bil; then every 2oze. to 51bs. ........ 01 Printed Papers., other than newspapers-For every 2ozs. or under, up to 51 bs 0 t Patterns and Samples - For every 2oi*. or under, up to Glba 0 t Begistratlon Fee . ...... 0 8 Parcels Post, wholly by sea For each parcel of lib. sr osder ............ 10

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A Visit to a Warship [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

A Visit to a Warship . By G, C. W. When auy of the vessels of the Aus tralian Navy have been thrown open for public inspection, tliey have been invariably crowded with men, women and children anxious to inspect l'oj; themselves those mighty, floating en gines of destruction of which they have read so much, but how many oi: those who have climbed from deck to deck, and hurried, or, rather, been hurried, by the crowd behind from bows to stern, from port to starboaid, have really been able to make a thor ough inspection of the many inteiest "iug things to be seen upon a modern warship. To learn all there is to know, ' one must make a private visit to one of the boats of our navy when closed to general public inspection, and when guns are being dismantled and every thing is being overhauled, and the writer having had that privilege, and the pleasure of being personally con ducted over H.M.A.S. Melbourne " by Lieutenant Stephens, was enabled to gather information that would be almost imp...

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How We Travelled Four Hundred Thousand Miles Last Year. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

How We Travelled Four Hundred Thousand Miles Last Year. ^ f. We travelled '100,000,000 miles last year. » When' the explanation is added that this relates to astronomy many will exclaim : "Oh, well, around and around and around, oi' course, but that's not getting anywhere Such people are wrong, however,; for this 4.00,000,000 miles we tra velled does not represent the dis tance we travelled in rovulving, it means that at the end ot inu year we are 400,000,000--miles away, from the/spot we were the first ot the year, and at the end of an other 400,000,000 miles "away, uad so on through the years. It is true there may, be soma stars in the way, but' this will not frighten ' anyone, as: it _lias been computed by learned astronomers that it will be half a million years before we even pass the first . star, and there is little knowing, when, if ever, this planet, earth, will ac tually come in contact with an other heavenly body. . .c. All this interesting 'iuforination comes from I'rofes...

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PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

PAROHL8 POB1 WITHIN VIO TOBIA. Limit weigkt, 111b. Limit of size, I .ft Gin. in length, or 6ft in girth and length , combined. Postage (to be pre paid by- stamps)-lib. or under, 6d.; .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 th« postal receiving officer after be has ascertained tlie weight. No parcel will be accepted unless fully prepaid.

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

National Picture Theatre. The program for Monday, Tues day and Wednesday evenings at ? tiie National Theatre will include: Pathe's Australian Gazette, topical ; The Vacant Chair, drama; Making a Living comedy ; Hawkeye Meets His Match, comic; * Bignono's Suspicious, comic; A Proposal from Mary,'drama, (the last of -'Who Will Marry Mary ?" series); The Antique brooch, two reel drama; Treasurer on Earth, two reel drai^a; N'ew Singing Picture $ncl Electritj H'-lISelectigng. On Thursday the programme will be cliauged, when the latest Sin^-' ing Pictures -will be shown, also lilectric Bell Solos, and two special feature dramas, viz , A Wai£ of the Desert two reels, The Whimsical Threads of Xlsstiny, twq reels, so Willies a$ Cinderalla, * a funny coin-dy. v " LINSEED COMPOUND," of *<) yesirs' proven efficacy, for Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, o{c. " LINSEED COMPOUND" for -Cough's and Colds. Relieves asthma ;ird difficult breathing.

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RATES OF COMMISSION. Honey Orders Payable in the Common-wealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

RATES OF COMMISSION. Honey Orders Payable in the Common wealth. Any aum not ever £5, 6cL; over £0, bat not over flO, Is.; oyer £10, but not over £15, Is. 6d.; over flR, but not over £20, 2s. Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, 8enth Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia)-Charge for a message In addition to above rates.

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RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

THE LADIES. Kiclmiond Ladies' Rifle Club IicUl Hieir usual weekly sliool: on "Wednes day night:. .Two new members joined. Scores:- . Captain Barnard M'iss L. Clark .. Mi's?. Sailler.. .. Miss U. Harris... Miss Baker .... Mrs. Duuiop . . Miss Aston .... Miss A. Clark ..' Mjss . .ruag-worth lUss Ii. ISar/iard Miss Kowe .. .. 50 00 OS 00 03 3» 00 5!) SS 50 51. 5 1 1 3 .'? 10 0 1 S ' 8 12 01 71) (!!> W> 0.0 UJ 00 <K) O'J. 01 'vi'i

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MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

MONEY OBDHRS. United Kingdom, and other Brltlcb PoMeaplons and Foreign Countrtea. M. ty? «scb £1 or traction of £}.

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Master Coachbuilders ENTERTAINED BY THE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

Master Coachbuilders ENTERTAINED BY THE - PRESIDENT. A large and representative gather ing of .master coachbuilners and wheelwrights with their wives and . lady friends assembled on Thursday evening last in the Masonic Hall, Swan-street,, at the invitation of the President, Mr J. W. George. The proceedings took the firm of a conversazione, and an excellent programme of musical, and elo cutionary items w.is rendered by Misses Phillips, Lavan, "Webber, RtuseH. Pussy, Messrs CofFey, Tulk Chi d?, I.'aj-ncr, J;ockington ?nd Jusiins. Mrs Childs officiated as accompanist©. Several of the items were of a Ax« ry high order, and the whole programme « was varied and interesting. Mr. and Mrs George received thcirgapstsat the entrance, and: al' ih ..?ugli' the evening spared no olfons to make all feel thoroughly at ho:n". . .. .: At 10 i/clock a most appetising supper was laid out in Caterer - Olilenroifs bust style, and all did full justice to the dainty, things provided The host being a man mo...

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