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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. ODDFELLOWS.—M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. ODDFELLOWS.-M.U.I.O.O.F. Loyal Industry Lodge meets at Odd fellows' Hall, Church-street South, al ternate Tuesdays. Secretary, F. Tilley, attends at nan every Wednesday from 7 till 9. Loyal Bop* of Richmond Lodge meets at R.U.F.S. Dispensary Hall, Church street, on alternate Thursdays Loyal Studley Lodge meets at St MatUiiaa' Hall, Ohurch-atreet' North, alternate Mondays. Secretary, Geo. Tapner.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
MISCELLANEOUS. A patient in a hospital had to be I«&lt;i on a daily diet of egg and port wine. His physician asked him how he lilted it. "It would be all right, doctor,' he eaid, " if the egg was as new as tin port, and the port as old as. the egg!" It was fortunately not often that u man has to grovel so abjectly on ac count of the vagaries of his handwrit ing as the critic of a small paper print ed at Bedford, Pennsylvania, who was a few weeks-'ago made to say in criti cising the part of the leading lady in a local amateur dramatic performance that "lier dirty feet were encased in shoes that looked like ferry-boats." Bedford society was aghast- and no insurance-office would have renewed the premium on the unhappy critic's life until he was able in the next, week's issue to blame the printer and assure the public that what he did write was "ner dainty feet were eD cas ed in shoes that look&d like fairy boots 1" r
WARM WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
WARM WORK. An amusing story is told by an Indian Medical Service man, who. writing to the "British Medical Jour nal," states that the story was cur rent in his student days. A country doctor, returning from :> visit in the small hours; oE the morn ing, in the time of the. '"body-snal chers," had to pass a secluded buria! ground in which a deceased patient had been interred the day before. When he reached the- wall lie snv a horse and trap standing unattend ed on the road outside,' Looking cau tiously over the wall, he saw that two men had just disinterred the corpse. Standing in the shadow of the wall, he saw them bring out the body and place it in a sitting position on the' seat of the trap, so that when they drove away the body, which they had wrapped in a dark cloak, would in the dim light look like a third man sitting between the other two. They then got over the wall again to fill in the grave. ! The doctor lifted the body down from the trap, laid it under the wall, and seat...
GLUTTONY IS A CARDINAL SIN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
«SLUTTONY IS A CARDINAL SrN. By Dr. Frank Crane. Most people are gluttons, he needs'00 'S °ne w^° ea*s more than hD^5^i,tlle amount you eat passes bejond the necessary to keep body and Sutton1 a couditi°n, you become a lt "jsiin,usly word- That 1b because Tands for an "Sly thipg. /.o?iiLere ls a sreat moral benefit in calling your faults by their shortest and clearest name. You will be more to be ashamed of yourself If f°. cal1 tllat untruth of yours a lie instead of an evasion and yourself a har instead of a diplomat. Be smooth and polite to others, for that you should; but be hard and honest with yourself. 0\ereating does probably more harm, than over-drinking-. Not that it Is Thousands who do'not drink'Hlffllc useless food." ^ thomseU'es ^ Many so-called temperance people regularly poison themselves with su perfluous food. .. ?vereating is not merely a mistake, it is a crime. It is a crime against one's self, and hence against one's dependent family. i\me-tenths of the diseases o...
Richmond Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
Richmond Theatre The Richmond Theatre still maintains its hold on public favor,, the place being well- attended every night in the week, and frequently the sign .' House Full," is to be seen. It goes without saying that such results are only attributable to the merit of the programmes submitted, for patrons of picture shows have now become quite as critical, if not more so, than devotees of the drama, comedy, and opera of the theatrical stage. They are keen judges of art, and the picture theatre authorities who cannot pro duce films produced on the most perfect lines have little chance of attracting the public. Enormous expense is incurred in producing scenes of the most picturesque spots, notable incidents, and startling occurances all over the world, and an army of high salaried artists is engaged in the various centres so as to produce with life like reality in a condensed form, as it were, the world's history. The bioscope has rendered it possible for persons to see the movement...
Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
RMervae. The Richmond City Reserve, Ohurcli-street, near Town Hall - sports ground and recreation reserve. J. N. H. Wood, Curator. Richmond Park - Entrances from Bridge-road (near Hawthorn Bridge} and Swan-street, Burnley. Populai holiday resort. Open daily. A. J. Carter, Curator. Horticultural Gardens, Burnley. Open dally. B. Pescott, Director. Barkly Gardens, Maiy-street, South Richmond. Opea dally. J. Fer guson, Curator.
Football Fixtures. LEAGUE April 25th [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
Football Fixtures. LEAGUE April 25th South Melb. v.*University, at M.C.G. Richmond v. St. Kilda, at St. Kilda. Melbourne v. Fitzroy, at Fitzroy. Carlton v. Collingwood, at C'wood. Essendon v. Geelong, at Geelong. May 2nd Geelong v. South Melb., at South Melb. Richmond v. Fitzroy, at Richmond. Essendon v. University, at E.M.C.G. Carlton v. St. Kilda, at Carlton. Melbourne v. Collingwood, at M.C.G. May 9 tli Fitzroy v. S. Melb., at Fitzroy. St. Kilda v. Essendon, at St. Kilda. Carlton y. University, at M.o.G. Collingwood v. Richmond, at C'wood. Melbourne v. Geelong;" at Geelong. May 1(3 t,h Collingwood v. Fitzroy, at Fitzroy. Richmond v. Essendon, at E.M.C.G. Melbourne v. St. Kilda, at St Kilda. Geelong v. University, at M.C.G. Carlton v. South Melb., at S. Melb. iVI ay 23rd Fitzroy y. Carlton, at Carlton. University v. Collingwood, at C'wood. St. Kilda v: S. Melb., at S. Melb. Melbourne v. Essendon, at M.C.G. Geelong v. Richmond, at Richmond. . . May ;J0cli ? Fitzroy v. Geelong, at G...
Miss Ellen Terry. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
Miss Ellen Terry. '..'"Miss Ellen Terry is a lecturer who does not lecture There is not a word in the English language .which exactly defines the attractive form in which Miss Terry for a space of two hours presents to her entranced hearers the impressions she has developed by a life time's study of the heroines of Shake spear. There is need for some felicitous word to be coined to adequately express the nature of her Shakespearean Recital with illustrative acting. It is essential that it should be understood that those who go to hear her will also see her act And in the course ol: ? one evening she undertakes not one ? ; part, as she would were she appear-. ing in the theatre, but many In one of the series of her recitals Portia, Beatrice, Rosalind, and Yolumnia are presented each with the peculiar grace and charm im parted to them many hundreds of times at the Lyceum Theatre, Lon don. and elsewhere At another time Juliet, Desdemona, Cleopatra, Viola, and _Bordelia pass in success ...
RATES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
BATES 10 THE UMTICI) KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. a. d. Letters-For every %es. or un der 0 1 Post Cards-each 0 I Beply Post Cards-each .... 0 ' Newspaper*-toss. ...... 0 1 Additional 2oze . 0 O'yfc Commercial Papers-2ozs., 3d.; 4ozs., 3V6d.; Ooss., 4d.; Soas., 4%d.; 10ozs.,5(L; then every 2oza. to Slbo. ........ 0 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers-For every 2ozs. or under, up to 51bs 0 1 Patterns and Samples - For every 2ou. or under, up te Bib*. « I Registration Fee 0 B Parcels Post, wholly by sea For each parcel of lib. «r nader 1 0
Can the Public Win? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
Can the Public Win P In proportion to its population, Australia devotes more time and money to horse racing than any country in the world. It is the gambling element, of course that sustains the racing to such an ex tent, and in '"Life" for May, just published, the question is discussed. " J2as the general public that sup ports the racing a fair chance of coming out on the right side in its transactions with the bookmakers? ' Gr. M. Dash who has had a very long and varied acquaintance with racing, argues the question very closely, and produces a list of arguments and examples to illus trate the felicitous logic of the race course gambler. He analyses many of the systems and superstitions upon which the man-in the-street speculates his money, and shows how futile these are. Without in any way adopting the pulpit atti tude. but merely as a hard headed .business man he reiterates .. Punch's " advice to those about to gamble, " Don't" This is one of a series of special, illustrated arti...
PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
PARCELS POST' WITHIN VIC TORIA. Limit welgkt, 111b. Limit of alae,1 8ft Gin. la length, or 6'ft In girth and length combined. Postage (to be pre paid by stamps)-lib. or under, 6&lt;L: each extra lb., 3cL The stamp to be affixed to an adhesire label, to be ob tainable at any post office, which label wlll .be attached to the parcel by the postal receiving officer after be has ascertained the weight No parcel will be accepted unless filly prepaid.
Richmond Branch, A.N.A MOCK MUNICIPAL ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
Richmond Branch, A.N.A MOCK MUNICIPAL ELEbTIONi The Richmond Branch, A..N.A, met on Thursday evening. 16fch inst, at the United Australian Hall, Chuach-street. Mr H. Osborne (President) occupied the chair. It was decided that the sum of 10s (3d bo donated to the ' Talbot Colony for Epileptics:-" The syllabus item was - Mock Elections." Speeches ? were delivered by Messrs H P. T. Lewis VV G Jackson, and H Osborne, who c.inie forw ird as as , pirants for municipal honors each standing as a~ candidate for Rich mond Central Ward Lavish prom - ises of reform were given, whilst questions of a serious and humorous nature were dealt with, the remarks being interspersed with satirical thrusts at the manner in which municipal afiairs are conducted. His ^Worship the Mayor (Cr G. Webber, M.L A.,) who was present, replied in a humorous speech to the re .marks uttered by the speakers, but did hot wholly succeed in convinc ing those present of the infallibility of sitting councillors. The elec tio...
THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
THE IJADIES. There was a good attendance at Loyal Mignonette Lodge (Ladies) 'P.A.F.S, on vlonday evening last in the Lodge room Oddfellows' Hall, Church street Sis. Courtney W. M. presided The business was of a routine nature The Lodge decided to be officially represented at the Empire .Service in Masonic Hall Melbourne on Sunday, May 17th Sisters are reminded of the Picture Night at the National on ??May.: 21st,/ The syllabus iteui for next meeting' May 4th,- is ^ Glass Night"