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Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
Delegates. Managers Weights and Measures Union-Crs. Bell and O'Connell. Municipal Association - Cr. Beach &nbsp; croft . Gas Conference-Cr. Davies. Victoria-street Bridge-Cr. Street. Tramways Trust-Cr. Fear. &nbsp; Metropolitan Board of Works-Crs. &nbsp; 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.
BATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 25 April 1914
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable In the Common- wealth. Any sum not over £5, 6d.; over £5, but not over £10, 1s.; over £10, but not over £15, 1s. 6d.; over £15, but not over £20, 2s. Money Orders by Telegraph. To New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Perth (Western Australia)—Charge for a message in addition to above rates.
TALK LOVE-NOT DRESS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
TALK LOVE-NOT DRESS* N Girls, don't "talk dress" to youi .weetheart. Don't stand him In front of a shop window and ask him If he likes this shade for a walking skirt or that for a blouse. Don't ask him if he doesn't think that this year's hats are^just "it." And, above all, don't asVhim if he properly appre ciates the new dress you ha.ve just put on for his especial benefit. I do not mean to imply that you wilLnec essarily bore him. The chances are about even that he will be quite in terested. His answers will almost certainly amuse. But the point is, you are doing the wrong thing. You are unwitingly doing your best to kill his interest in your appearance. To a woman a dress is a thing in itself, to be criticised apart from its effect on the wearer. She can, in fact, ignore the wearer altogether. A man cannot. A man cannot, in his mind, separate a dress from the girl who is wearing it. Of course he will often say he likes you better in one dress than another; and he literally means ...
FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
FUN;ANJ)FAiWy. Of what ought a kiU to be made ! 01 ly paper.' 1 And now that ws are engaged, Fred.' I only think it fair to make e confession, I love onions.' ' Pa, what is a fool ]' J ' A fool, my son, is a, man who tickles ? mule's bind leg.1 j ' Does he ever find it out, pa T j 'No, my son, not in this ftorld.' ' I have always wondered,' sai4 the newly-arrived missionary to the genial cannibal, ' what became of my predeces sor.' 'Oh,'returned the cannibal, 'he has gone into the interior.' ' Remember who you are talking to/said an indignant father to a fractious boy. 'J am your father.' 'Weil, who's to blame for thstT said the yonng impertinence* 'taint me.' ' Grandpa,' said Teddy, as the old geir fcleman woke up from a loud-sounding afternoon nap,' if you'd give your nose a spoonful of paregoric, don't you think you sould put it to sleep, too V .Yeast-'Do you quarrel with your neighbour yet about his hen coming over in your garden ?' Crimsonbeak-'No, we're all over that now,.' ' ...
THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
. ' THE LADIES.. . The Ladies' Club held tlicir weekly shoot on Monday night, the following being the .highest scorers:--Mi's. Sad ler, 68 (scr.); Miss A. Clarke, 69 (1); Miss L. Clarke, 68 (1); Miss Harris, 68 (3); Miss Ashton, 68 (8); Miss Longworth, 68 (4); Mrs. Dunlop, 66 (S); Miss Barnard, 64 (7); Captain Barnard, 61 (2).
RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB No 312 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
The Richmond Rifle Club held a competition at Port Melbourne Ranges on Saturday last, the 25th April. The conditions were . 14 shots at 200 yards, the scores to count in the Spoon and .Vice-President's Tro phies. The highest scorers were: J. Nichols, 70 (3); W. T. Smith, 70 (3); W. Jones, 69 (4); C. Kuster, 69 (8); J. R. Sadler, 69 (8); R. Lowe, 6S (6); J. Vile, 68 (6); S, Bell, ,68 (10); A. Tutt, 67 (4); _G. Scott, 67 (6.). It is the rule for those reaching the possible 70, with their handicaps, to shoot off for first place in the Spoon Competition, and- Mr. W. T. Smith proved the winner of this trophy in the shoot-off.
ASSOCIATION. May 2nd [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
ASSOCIATION. May 2ud Williamstown v. i\ Melb., at W'town. Essendon v. Brighton, at Essendon. Hawthorn v. Footscray, at' Hawthorn Northcote v. Brunswick, at O. Park. Prahran v. N. Melb., at Toorak Park. M ay 9th Port Melb. v. Prahran, at Port Melb. Footscray v. Essendon, at Footscray. Brighton v. Hawthorn, at Brighton Brunswick v. W'mstown., at B'swiek. North Melb. v. Northcote, at N. Melb May 16th W'mstown v. Footscray, at W'town. Northcote v. Essendon, at C'ton Park. Hawthorn v. North Melb., at Hawthorn Brunswick v. P. Melb., at Brunswick Praln-au v. Brighton, at Toorak Park. May 23rd Nbrtli Melb. v. Footscray, at N. Melb. Essendon v. P. Melb., at Essendon. Hawthorn v Williamstown, at Hawthorn Prahran v. Brunswick, at T. Park. Brighton y. Northcote, at Brighton. May :50th W illiamstown y. N. Melb., at W'town. Essendon v. Prahran, at Essendon. Brunswick v. Hawthorn, at Brunswick J Port Melb. v. Brighton, at P. Melb. Footscray v. Northcote, at Footscray. June (5th North Melb. v. P. M...
Football Fixtures. LEAGUE. May 2nd [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
Football Fixtures. LEAGUE, Mav 2nd sru 5 aipih Q.V' ' Kilda> at Carlton. ourne v. GoJiiagwood, at M.C.G. Cnriton V' Essoudon. at St. Kilda. Coll n V' 1Vel'Sity' at M.C.G. POJ flgwood V. Richmond, at. Cwood Melbourne v. Geelong, at Geelong strr Mell T V' Esseudou> at E.M.C.G. Melbourne v. St. Kilda, at St. Kilda. Geelong v. University, at M.C.G. Carlton y. South Melb., at S. Melb. Fitzroy T. Carlton^ at^Carlton. University v. Colliugwood, at Cwood. i ® " Ida v- s- Melb., at S. Melb. j Melbourne v. Essendou, at M.C.G. Geelong v. Richmond, at Richmond. I . ' May ?0th ritzroy v. Geelong, at Geelong. Essendou v. South Melb., at E.M.C.G | Richmond v. University, it M.C.G. Colliugwood v. Kilda, at St. Kilda. Melbourne v. Carlton, at Carlton. rr . . June i-Jtk University v. Melbourne, at M.C.G Carlton v. Geelong-, at Geelong Colliugwood v. Essendou, at Cwood Richmond v. Sth Melb., at Richmond. Fitzroy y. St. Kilda, at Fitzroy. June Sfcli Carlton v. Essendou, at E.M C G Geelong v. St. ...
RATE'S TO THE NOTED KINGDOM AND FOREIGN COUNTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
RATE'S TO THE UMTICD KINGDOM AND FOliEIGN CODNTEIBS. a. &lt;L Letters-For every i^o*. or un der 0 ' Post Cards-each 0 \ Reply Post Cards-each .... 0 1 Newspaper*-ioss. 0 1 Additional 2oze. 0 0V4 Commercial Papers-SJozs., 3&lt;L; - 4ozs., 3V&d.; Goss., 4d.; 8ora., 4%d.; lOozs., 5d; then every 2oze. to 51 ba. ........ 01 Printed Papers, other than newspapers-For eveiy 2oss. or under, up to 51bg 0 1 Patterns and Samples - For every 2ozs. or under, up to 61b*. . a I Registration Fe« 0 8 Parcels Post, wholly by sea For each parcel of lib. or md«r 1 i
FOOTBALL. RICHMOND v. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
F 0 0 TBALL. RICHMOND v. ST. KILDA. The season opened on Saturday with'! Richmond pitted against St. Kilda, runners-up for the Premiership last year. The interest taken m the club was shown by the large proportion of Richmondites amongst the 20,000 spec tators that filled the St. Kilda ground". Although Richmond- were disap pointed in not securing Thomas, the brilliant South Melbournite, they were pleased to have their former noted follower, Bernie Herbert, again in the team. He played as good a game as ever, and will undoubtedly prove a tough customer for opposing teams during the season. The teams were: St. Kilda.-Backs: Donald, Lever, Hattam. Half-backs: Baird, Danger field, Eicke. Centres: Bowden, Schmidt, Collins. Half-forwards: Far mer, M'Namara, Jory. Forwards: M'Donald, Turnbull, Hore. Fol lowers: Woodcock, Cumberland. Rover: Phillips. Richmond.-Backs: L,ove, Thorpe, Nolan. Half-backs: James, Farrell, MoiTatt. Centres: Morgan, Reeves, M'Cashney. Half-forwardsRicketts (c.), K...
PARCELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
PARCELS P0S1 WITHIN VIC TORIA. . Limit weigkt, 111b. Limit of size, I > . 8ft 6iru In length, or Ott In gtrtli and - length combined. Postage (to be pre paid by stamps)-Ub. or under, 6&lt;L; .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 the postal receiving officer after he has ?scertained the weight No parcel will b* accepted unless fully prepaid.
Richmond City Council. TUESDAY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
Richmond City Council. TUESDAY, APRIL 28, The following representatives were present:- _ COUNCILLORS. G. 0. Webber (Major) 6 R. Admans ... H. Barcelo ... WARD. Centre Centre Centre &lt;West WeBt West : North North North South South South . East East East 6. W. Kemp ' D L Davies B. Fievill ... J . T. Street . H Beii " .......fig: W Burgess ... yp W. Gleadell ... G. Beaclicroft A. Fear ... ... G. O'Uonnell... ... C. Morgan ... ... Correspondence. The Metropolitan Board of Works wrote drawing attention to the quan tity of water used at the Baths during the quarter ended December last 7,228,000 gallons. The consumptions for 1913 were: - March quarter, 9*983,000 gallons; June quarter, 68,000 gallons; September quarter, 165,000 gallons; December quarter, 7,228,000 gallons-a total of 17,444,000 against the -allowance - of 13,000,000 gallons fixed by. the Board. ! The Town' Clerk said he had com municated with the Board explaining that the use of so much water was oc casioned by the...
Miss Ellen Terry [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
Miss Ellen Terry, Miss Ellen Terry, .in her always en trancing- series ' of Shakespearian re citals; illustrated by lier own inimit able and. illuminating acting, lias de vised a means that is as original as it is delightful of inspiring in- the minds of4 all who have the good fortune to hear her, a new interest and, what is .jven more felicitous, a new love for Shakespeare. To the many for whom an evening at one of the plays _has been no more than a period of enjoy ment in the scenes and stories en acted before. them, she shows the hitherto unsuspected . (possibly un-' thought : of) workings of heart and mind in the characters, the hidden springs of nature! that brought about the catastrophe, whether of tragedy or comedy. And when, turning to . the actual dialogue of the play, she re-: vives for them a situation or an epir. sode, they rcceive with fresh under standing a new impression of : the_ loves, and hates and humors they have witnessed-a' new reason for their laughter and the...
Re-Union of Old Boys [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
RefUnion of Old Boys By A. J. SULUiVAN. Having for some considerable time heard and read a good deal about Re unions of Old Boys in different parts of the State, I decided to attend one ^t Seliastopol on Easter Monday last. Easter Saturday night found me trav elling to Ballarat via Bacchus Marsh by the train leaving Spencer-street at I 7 p.m. I was singularly unfortunate in selecting my carriage, in so far as I might just as well have been in a deaf and dumb asylum, none of my .fellow-jnssengers seeming to realise the that railway travelling be comes a real pleasure when you are able to interchange views with one an other, and- that a conversationalist, with a trace of humor in his or her composition, docs much to shorten.a wearisome journey. My companions, however, were sad and silent people. As usual, the "railway authorities (after much puffing and panting of engines and waiting at stations), landed us. in Ballarat 30 minutes later than usual. As .trams and cabs to Sebastopol had...
PACKETS, ETC. Preparation For Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 2 May 1914
PACKETS, BTO. . preparation For Post. Packets may be sent through the poet:-Without a cover (but not fas tened with anything adhesive, such as guio, postage stamp, sealing wax, etc.); In a cover entirely open at one end or side (if the cover be slit, the opening must be of the full extent of the end or side, and the contents must be easy of withdrawal). The cover may bear the sender's name and address, and the words "packet," "sample," or "pat tern," etc. (as the case may be), " only." Packets may be tied with string, but officers of the department may cut the itring to examine the contents, and tie the packet up again. Samples of seeds, drugs, etc., which cannot be sent as open packets, may be enclosed In bags er boxes, fastened so as to.be easily undone and re-fastened. Nate.-If the above conditions ba not complied with, packets are regarded as insufficiently paid letters, and charged accordingly.