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Richmond Australian "Give me the liberty to utter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties." SATURDAY, MARCH 28. Current Topics To Football Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

" Give mo the liberty to utter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties SATURDAY, MiBGE 28. Current Topics To Football Clubs The Council invite applications from football clubs for the use of City Reserve for ensuing season. Particulars obtainable at Town Clerk's Ollice

Publication Title: Richmond Australian
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CORRESPONDENCE. DR. ROSENBERG'S LECTURE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE; DR. ROSENBERG'S LECTURE. TO TIIE EDITOR. . Sir,--Allow me, on behalf of , the Abbotsford Electoral Council, to put you and the public right regarding Dr. liosenberg's' lecture at the City. IJeserve on Sunday, 20th, reported in your issue of 21st. . tVhenmaking flutes tor nomination, polling, etc.. my Council "were guided by tlie fact that 2Sth March, nomination day,. would be most suitable, as tbe Central, iixe*; cutive niet tliat niglit, when noinina-. tious would be conlirnied, result made kno^vii on Sunday, 2'Jtli, and give eleVen clear days'before tlie polling flay; Wednesday, StU April, and be all over before tlie holidays. We are not responsible for the ac tion of the Central Executive. , Mem bers of "tlie Council linye been" aecusctl of '' conniving to prevent the doctor giving his lecture. The matter was never mentioned at the meeting. If it had been I am sure members would have considered it a pureiy health lec ture, haviug nothing to do with po'li Yours tru...

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Parrafin and Long Life WHAT MEDICAL EXPERTS THINK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

Parrafin and Long Life .WHAT MEDICAL EXPERTS THINK. Much has appeared in tlie press of recent mouths 011 tlie virtues OL puri fied paraffin for internal use, and chemists report that a strong demand lias set in, and that doctors are pre scribing it successfully. " Life-in wliicli details first appeared as to Mr Arbutlinot Lane's experiments wltn parallin oil-publishes further details in its April issue. The following is a summary of "Life's" article: " It is claimed for purified parallin that it is simply a pure lubricant that canuot be absorbed into the system, and so it relieves constipation and its allied ills without upsetting the pa tient or weakening the natural diges tive iluids. This means much to folk in the habit of using harmful purga tives.'' "Life" then quotes the views of leading medical men, and supplies the endorsement of paraffiu by tlie " British Pharmaceutical Journal." which states: " Liquid paraffin has been used in toilet preparations and nasal medica tions for...

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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

UITCRESTING ITEMS. f Since the Watford Guardians adopt ed stone-breaking for tramps a year pgo there have been 2,966 fewer vagrants in the casual ward. A society has been formed at Ber lin 'for the reform of men's attire. The members pledge themselves not to wear linen shirts, waistcoats, I bowlers, silk hats, nor long trou | aers, but only, straw hats, flannel j shirts, jackets, and knee breeches. A penny-in-the-slot machine has been designed which will be a boon to smokers. The machine cleans , a pipe by forcing a draught of air through the stem, scrapes the bowl, and delivers the pipe with a piece of paper to wipe the mouthpiece. William Berry, of Alabama, has just secured the arrest of Freeman Long, a negro, . who murdered his father forty years ago. Berry was only nine years old when he vowed he would hunt down the murderer, who broke out of jail while on trial for the crime. The Marquise de Guerry lias left £?1,000 to the city of Paris to be de voted to the ransom of articles ...

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P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 28 March 1914

P.A.F.S. Tliu Duke ot Richmond Lodge. P.A.F.S., met at Lodge-room, Fores ters' Hall, Swan-street, on Tuesday evening last. All oiliccrs in attend ance.- A visitor from No. 1 was pre sent, and proposed-a member. Two members were initiated and two pro posed. Tlie auditors' report and bal ance-sheet showed 25-1 full ueneut members. Credit balances-sick and funeral fund, £59 17s. !)il.; incidental, £10 13s. 0d.; benevolent, £35 2s. Od. The secretary was instructed to for ward a letter of condolence to Bro. Xoble on the death of his daughter, ltille delegate reported score, 313 Bros. A. Wliitehorn (!(>, A. Cole Uti, C. BelL03, prinicipal scorers. For 7th and 21st April the fixtures are " In door Sports " and " Social Evening." A good time promised. On next Lodge night, 7tli April, business will com mence at 7.30 sharp.

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

LOCAL DIRECTORY: KJ3DEKAL x AKLLVaIL:ST The Sfiiiive is elected b.v t.Ue State. KOUSK OF RHl'KESSISNTATIVL3S. Yavra Electorate - Hon. F. G. I'utfor, ?'.P. si A IE PARLIAMENT. /.EGlSLATIVE COUNCIL MelbOur-e East Proviuce.-Hon. A. M'Lellan, M.L.C.; Hon. J. P. Jones, il L.C. LEGISLATIVE A9SEMBL1 Richmond Electorate.-Mr. E. J. 'otter. M.L.A. .-..bbotefonl Electorate.-Mr. 6. C. Webber, M.L.A. CITY OF RICHMOND Tlie Richmond City Council meets on alternate Monday evenings, at the Town Hall, at 7.30. COUNCILLORS. Mayor, Cr Gordon Webber, J. P. WEST WARD, n. W. Kemp, retires 1914. D. L Davies retires 1915 Jl. Alexander, retires 1916. , ?; NORTH WARD. B. Flevill retires 1914. . H. H. Bell, retires 1915. J. T. Street retires 1916 SOUTH WARD. George P. Beachcroft, retires 1914 W. Burgess, retires 1915. W. VV. Gleadell. retires 1916 EAST WARD . 1 Arthur A. Fear, retires 1914 C. Morgan, retires 1915. : . G D. O'Connell, retires.1916. ' : . CENTRAL WARD. 1 (J. Webber, retires 1914." G. R. Admans, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

"LINSEED COMPOUND," Of <»Q years' proven efficacy, for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, etc. " LINSEED COMPOUND" for Cougbs and Colds. Believes asthma ard difficult breathing. " COAGULKTE,» "KLINX," "TEN ASITINE," Cements for breakage^ manufacturing purposes, etc. To be fed la not simply, to have enough to eat, but enough of-proper elements. ...

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Seventh Day Adventists [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

Seventh Day Adventists Fourth Sabbath, or Missionary Day, was obser\-ed last Saturday by the Seventh Day Adventists. The morning service (which is held in the Foresters' Hall, Swan-street) was based 011 the text, " Give them to oat," iu the parable of the loaves and fishes, and, as the multitude iirst received the food from the disciples, so it was pointed out by l'astor . Woods, should Seveuth Day Adven tists who look for the soou coming of Jesus, be zealous in giving to a dying world the glorious message of Chr'.st's return. Appropriate reading's, also from various mission . fields, . were, given, .showing that' the message is being rapidly given and eagerly cm braced. In the afternoon the Young People's . Volunteer Missionary^ Society cojitiu ued the service in their meetiug place-a little nail by the north en trance to the Richmond Railway Sta tion. This society is one of many similar ones - that .have been lorrned, not only to consider the interests ot foreign missions, but to ...

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SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETITION. MA[?]S AGAIN WIN THE PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

SOUTHERN CROSS COMPETI TION. MA'-S AGAIN WIN PREMIERSHIP. The concluding match of the Southern Cross Competition was played on Saturday last, "when the Macs defeated the Richmond Con gregational team and won the t'reruiership. They made 141 in the first innings and scored 160 for nine wickets in the second, against the Coiigs For the winners Owen GO not out) played a splendid game, Will 14 and Fred 1'2 (not out) also played well. Angus bowled splendidly, securing 8 "wickets for 24 For the loses T. Dickason 20, Svensson 10, a«d Weston 12 batted best, and L. Wragg took six wickets for 60, and Sveng son 3 for 35. Tfte Macs recored for the season is-Mutches played 12, -won 11, lost 2. Tlie Kew team comes second with ?{ lost aud I drawn. The Annual Clan Match was to have taken place this afternoon, and the players and friends after wards entertained by tho President and Mrs Joseph McConchie, but owing to the death of Mr Andrew McConchie (of Caulfield) both these fixtures have been postpo...

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COULDN'T STAND IT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

COULDN'T STAND IT. Bill : "And when Nero was fiddling while Rome burned, what were the rest'of the people doing?" Jill: "What do you mean ?" Bill: "Were the rest of the people trying to put out the fire ?" Jill: "No, I should say-they were busy, trying to put Nero out.".,

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TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

10 ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES. lS82ss!a i -;'i i. Bt Letters-For every *£oz. or un der 0 Post Cards-Stamped on Cards 0 i Letter Card* to Mew South Wales, South Australia, Tas mania, Queensland, West Australia, Mew Zealand, and Fiji .... . 0 2 Parcel Poet-For every parcel of lib. or under 0 h Eaou additional Hi;, or under 0 6

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CRICKET. V.J.C.A.—Second Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

C R I 0 K E T. V.J.0.A.-Second Grade. Richmond District, 143 and 63 (Gxitkrie 14, Meahau 14) beat Gol lingwood United, S4 & 116 (Freafee 31, Stevens 14, Brewer 25, Lanigan 27) by six runs. Lincoln, 79 and 91. (Pirrie 34, Boanas 27, Taylor 14 ; Punch five for 13, Laxton two for 17. Twomey .two for 21, Jackson one for 21) beat ' Collingwood Footballers, 94 and 64 (Wilson 21, Gibb 15 ; Pirrie five for 17. Armstrong three for 20, Time well one for 12; by 12 runs.

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CHAPTER XXI. OUT IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

CHAPTER XXI. OUT IN THE WORLD. There was something of the fever ishness of a dream in the movements of Violet the next morning ; but good Mre. Jenkins did not notice anything extraordinary, nor make any comment on the pale cheeks that told of a night not altogether rest ful. Violet tried to talk as if there was nothing in her mind more than the commonplaces Martin's mother talked of; but she could not endure too much, and after the little breakfast which she had forced herself to eat rather than be urged to .'do so, she busied herself in doing any little thing about the house that suggested itself until it was late enough for her to start. " I will go for a walk," he said. "Do, my dear ; it will be good for you," answered Mrs. Jenkins. So Violet went to her room and donned her outdoor garments, drop ping her veil over her -face though it was not her custom to do it. The letter to Martin she placed where it could readily be seen by any one en-1 tering the room .to find her ; the let ...

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RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

BATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. Letters-For every %os. or un der 0 * Post Cards-each 0 \ Reply Post Cards-each .... 0 1 Newspapers-loss. ...... 01 Additional 2ose . 0 Oft Commercial Papers-2oza., 3d.; 4ozs., 3>&d.; Sozs., 4<L; 8010., 4%d.; lOozs., 5(1; then every 2oze. to Clb*. ........ 0 1 Printed Papers, other tban newspapers-For every 2ozs. or under, up to 51bs. ..... 01 Patterns and Samples - For every 2oh. or nnder, np to 61bfc 0 ,t Registration Fee ....... 0 8 Parcels Post, wholly by sea For each parcel of lib. «r nader 1 9

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Burnley Lodge, U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

8urnley Lodge, U.A.O.D. The Burnley Lodge of Druids held their usual fortnightly meeting in the Burnley Hall, Kurnley street, on Monday last. There "was a large gathering of members, and after the main business was dis posed o the Lodge was adjourned to allow the syllabus committee to carry out their programme, and to present trophies to their junior guests A large and varied pro gramme was presented contributed to by the brothers and some of the younger members of the company. Bro H Jemmett ocsupied the chair. Bro. Pinge officiated as accom panist, and rendered several musical items, which took well with the young 'uns Mr Jock Norrie, the popular comic singer, rendered several items, being encored each time, whilst Master Jock Norrie, his little son was an entertainment in.himself; his recitation, Goblins, was very comical, and much ap plauded.; then he sang I'm Twenty one TV -day, and sang it so well that he was encored . again and again. After a liberal supply of refresh ments ha...

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All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 13. CHAPTER XX. THE TWO LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

Ait 5?>ghts Reserved. O R, A PEARL BEYQriD PRICE. ? By the Author of "All or Nothing.'' . "Two Keys," etc., etc. . PART 13. ? CHAPTER XX. THE TWO LETTERS. Vioiet leaned her chiu on her hand and stared out of the window at v.iiore the glowing beams of the set ting sun reddened the western hea vens. It was typical to her of what should become of her life-it should go out that night, to rise new and fresh on tlie morrow. .It seemed to her as if a destiny was pursuing her old self, and that she must begin life afresh. She thought of it sadly, shudderingly, but without that fear that one wiser in, * wickedness of the world would have had for her. But it seemed to her - that there was nothing else to do, unless she would let one faithful friend suffer for the very kindness he had done her. That she would never do. She sat there thinking until the twilight liad faded into darkness and tlien was roused only when there came a knock at her door. It was Mrs. Jenkins who had come to tell ihe...

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PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

PARCELS P0S1 WITHIN VIC TORIA. Limit weight, 111b. Limit of size, lift 6in. in length, or 6ft. in girtb and length combined. Postage (to bff pre paid by stamps)-lib. or under, 6cL; .ach extra lb., JUL 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 the postal receiving officer after be has ascertained tlie weight No parcel. will b« accepted unless tally prepaid.

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CORRESPONDENCE. DR. ROSENBERG'S LECTURE TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

COR R ESPOND ENCE. ROSENBERG'S LECTURE 'to THIS EDITOR Sir,-The Electorate Council in Abbotsford fixes the date of selec tion and date of nomination for the Labor candidate. It arranges also the details of the campaign when he is selected. What do they mean by rushing into print and declaring that they had nothing to do with postponing my lecture ? Who said they had ? I have stated publicly that as my lecture, which was to have taken place last Sunday, 29th ult., on . Australia's Health Problems," fell between the nomination day, 28tli March and the day of selec tion, April 8t.li, I could not deliver it according to the RL 0. rules. Certainly this lecture was un fortun (rely dated, but I am sure the Electorate Council woulif^Jbt^ be so mean or contemptible as to fix the nomination day on the day before in order to stop my speaking prior to the date of selection as the other candidates had done. I have now explained the position twice publicly and once here, and I hope that the bruis...

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RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

BATES OF COMMISSION. Honey Orders Payable In the Common wealth. Any anm not ever £5, 6d.; over to, bat not over £10, Is.; over £10, bat not over £15, la. 6d.; over £15, but not over £20, 2a Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Waies, Queensland, Booth Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia)-Charge for ? message In addition to above rates.

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 4 April 1914

Parliamentary. Keen interest is being manifested in the selection of a candidate by the Political Labor Council to con test Abbotsford electorate at the next election The candidates are -Cr Webber, M.L.A., iwho is the silting member an<$ Mayor of Rich inond), Mr W. S. McCrae (repre sentative of the Tramway l£m ployees on the Trades Hall Council) and Dr. David Rosenberg, who has prominently identified himself with the Labor movement for mauy years past. Mr Webber has v been much in the limelight of public criticism for the past few months, and it is hard to say whether he has lost or gained ground Many of his friends say he is stronger than I ever, and rely on the fact that lie has zealously attended to his Par liamentary duties has adhered to his election pledges and consisently upheld every plank of the Labor Party's platform- Mr McTrae, who ran so close at the previous selection, will have the solid sup port of the Tramway men. which is a big factor, seeing that there a...

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