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PACKETS, ETC. Preparation For Post. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
PACKETS, ETC. preparation F«r Post Packets may be sent through the post:-Without a coyer (but not fas tened with anything adhesive, such as gurn, postage stamp, sealing wax, etc.); in a cover entirely open at one end or aide (if the cover be slit, the opening uust be of the full extent of the end or aide, 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 torn," etc. (as the case may be), " only." Packets may be tied with string, but officers of the department may cut the string to examine the contents, and tie tke packet up. again. Samples of seeds, drugs, etc., which cannot be sent as open packets, may be enclosed in bags or boxes, fastened so as to be easily undone and re-fastened. Note.-If the above conditions fce not eamplied with, packets are regarded as Insufficiently paid letters, and charged accordingly.
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
POSTAL INFORMATION. ^ For the Information of our reader* wo herewith publish the HATES FOR PLAGES IN VICTOHIA. s. d. Getters-Half-ounce or under . 0 1 " For every ounce ... 0 2 Express Delivery-For each letter or packet, not exceed ing Soa., for first mile (in ad dition to ordinary postage). . 0 4 for every additional half-mue or under . . 0 2 Late fee 9 1 Packets - Commercial and printed papers (maximum ?eight 5Ibs., dimensions not tfi exceed 2ft. in length, 1ft. depth or width), for every sios. or fraction thereof ... 0 1 Patterns and samples, packets at ~ merchandise, -etc. (maxi mum weight lilt, dimensions, not to exceed 2ft In length, lft In depth or width), rate fraction'thereof . . . . . . 0 1' Books-For every 4os. or un der, up to Bib*. 0 1 Newspaper*-For each news p&per 0 034 Newspapers, magaaines, and publications not published In the Commonwealth, 2os.. ..00% Post Cards-each ....... 0 1 Reply Post Gar&s-each .... 0 S Latter Cards-2 for .... . . ft 2% Regis...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
OEDXNARX TELBGEAilH. a. i Cown and suburban, within prescribed limits, or within fifteen miles from the send ing station, including address ' - and signature'(not exceeding sixteen words) 0 fl Bach additional word i 1 Other places within the State, except town and suburban, .including address and signa . ture (not exceeding ' sixteen words) 0 0 Bach additional word Q 1 Interstate, i.e., from any one State to any other State, in cluding address and signa tors (not exceeding sixteen words) . 1 0 Bach additional word 0 1 Double the foregoing rates to be cJiarged for the transmission of tele grams on Sunday, Christmas Day, and Good Friday, and for "Urgent" tele grams. ' " ,J«i:S
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Note* may be obtained at any foet Office ia Victoria. Tie following are tlie denominations .f the notes, and tlie poundage oc price charged for them :-Is., %d.; Is. 6d., 2a., Id.; 2s. 6d., Id.; 3s., Id.; 3a. fft, Id.; 4s., Id.; 4a. 6d.,' Id.; 5s., 1%&lt;L; 7s.6d.,2d.; 10a., Sd.; 10s. Gd., 3d.| 15a., 20*., ML
NO WEDLOCK OR ZOO FOR HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
NO WEDLOCK OR ZOO FOR HIM. Not to be outdone by a confrere, ( Judge Ronald, who rendered a decis ion that a dog has a perfect right to bite a man who steps on his tail, and the man so bitten is not entitled to damages for a hurt, Judge Wil son R. Cay, of the Superior Court (U.S.A.), has offered John Murray, a burglar, a chance to escape the penitentiary if he will marry, or get a canary bird, parrot or dog to live with. Murray, startled, looked up at the judge, and if he has his way about it his address for the next few years will be the peniten tiary. Murray broke into a restaurant and stole roast beef and was arrested, charged with burglary. He told the court he was a bachelor. Judge Cay rendered a decision and also a good dissertation on the loneliness- of bachelors. He told Murray if he would marry, or get a parrot, canary, or dog to live with, so that he would have something to live for, he would parole him. Murray says he was drunk when he stole the food, but he doesn't want t...
OBITUARY. THOMAS BRADLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
.... 0 BiTU ARY, /THOMAS BRADLEY. A very old and respected resi dent of Richmond passed away on Thursday last in the persqn ot Mr.. Thomas Bradley of Highett-street. Deceased, who was 62 years of age, had been for upwards of 30 years an employee of the Railway Department. He recovered from a recent severe illness, and had apparently regained his usual health, wlien about a week ago a severe cold eventuated in pneu monia, which necessitated his removal to the Melbourne Hos pital, and the best medical skill aiicj careful nursing ; proved uhr availing. A widow arid fatally'of ten are leit to mourn their los§. The funeral moved Irorrj St. Ignatius' Church yesterday alters noon, and many friends followed the rgmains to place of interment, Kew Cemetery, Rev. Fathep McGrath officiated at the Church, and Rev. Father Manly at the grave. " LINSEED * COMPOUND," Trad; Mark of Kay's CbmjyMind Essence l/nsced for Coughs and Colds. " LINSEED: V COMPOUND " fof Coughs Mill Colds. Loosens phlegm, li'...
LOVE AND COMMON SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
LOVE AND COMMON SENSE, By Dotly Madison. . "IE young people, wouid only hsi«e a little sense aat-.v. their love affairs" is a remark often made, ..there would be fewer unhappy rcarrin^es ' On the basis of that reiiiavU 1 bo-tan this article. But the more I have thought \ about it, the more I have been con- I vinced that it is not more common sense, but more love which makes the happy marriages. There is such a difference between being ''in love" and 'loving." Boys and girls fall in love a doro"? times, but often love only once in their whole lives. "In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." That's the way he does it-'ii^hlly but when he really loves'.it grips him and he cannot get away from it. and Vie does great deeds because of it. "He loves one maiden only and wor ships her by years of noble deeds" -that's loving in its highest develop ment, and when young people love that way they will not need common sense to guide them, because they will be willing ...
THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
Til 13 LADLKS. The LadiesVRifie Club held their weekly shoot, on Wednesday evening last at. the Miniature Hange. The principal sqorers were.:-^ Name,- H'cap. Score, Captain. Barnard o ... 70 Mrs Sadler "... - ... 70 Mrr, P,a1ch ... 9 ... 70 Lii'ij Dunlop .. 9 ... 70 .Miss A. Clnrk"... 2 ... 6S Miss Jnngevrirth ... 6S ?Miss Aston 0 ... - 67 r AIiss L. Clark :. -2 "... 65 :Miss -Barrio ... 4 ... 64 i Miss d*.- Barnard^: 6..- ... 62
AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW. Familiarity. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
( AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW. Familiarity. By W.M. ??wen, cap., wnat can i do lor you?" asked the new clerk with one of those dance-and-sing smiles which exasper ate sel[-respecting men. '.You can't do anything for me," saitf the village patriarch, wearily, "unless you try to engrave upon the tablets of your memory the fact that I am not a cap, nor a hat, nor yet a sun-bonnet. IE 1 have any influence with the pro prietor of this place he will shortly take you Into the cellar and chide you with a broom-handle. A youth of your fresh appearance should not be come too familiar with the good and the great, at least until you have been properly introduced. I might permit a friend of lifty years' standing to call me captain, or colonel, but I would draw the line at any frivolous abbre viations, and when such things come from the lips of babes and sucklings I feel that our civilisation is a failure. '.I remember reading in some news paper or magazine a story about an elderly gentleman who wa...
TAKE BABY'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
TAKE BABY'S ADVICE. All newly-born babies besire to have a copy of the following on a card to hang around their necks: Don't handle me more than neces sary. Don't put into my mouth, to stop me from crying, an old piece of rub ber to suck. It is about the worst habit I can get into. Don't, let my relatives see me. Don't take me up, strain me to your bre?st. walk the floor with mte, dance before me like a wild Indian, shaking a horrible vattle, or talk gib berish to me when I have a crying spell. There may bo something seri ous the matter with me, bat this isn't going to help. When I push away my bottle don't force me to feed, t know when it is necessary for me to eat anything. Don't take me to. the circus, prayer meeting or to spend the day at the seashore. I'm not so old or EO food proof as you are. Don't kiss me. Take someone your own size Don't show your anxiety about me when in my presence. I haven't any too much confidence in myself. Don't be too proud of my un natural brightnes...
FOOTBALL. RICHMOND V. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
FOOTBAL L RICHMOND V. FITZROY. Richmond's first match of the season on their own ground drew a large assemblage. Prior to the commencement of the game the Memorial stone of the new grand stand wa? laid by Mr E J. Cotter. M L A., amidst cheers. The stand, when completed, will be a fine structure, and afford .comfortable seating accommodation for patrons Doubtless when it is opened to the public in a fortnight's time there will be a great rush for seats, as a fine view of the g-Miio can be obtained from this elevated position. The game was marked by good play on both sides, and although defeated, Richmond had nothing to be ashamed in their play They were unfortunate in the early part of the game in losing the services of Love who had a ligature of his I leg twisted, and was forced to re- ' lire. Richmond had thus to play one man short, but still further ? misfortune befel them, for later on I Maybury's leg received the full > force of a kick intended for the j ball, and he was rend...
Richmond Branch, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
Richmond Branch, A.N.A. The fortnightly meeting of the Richmond Branch, A.N.-A., was held at the Australian Hall, Church street, on Thursday evening, 30th ult. Mi H. Osborne (president) occupied the chair. Mr W. G. 'ackson reported re the R.U.F.S. Dispensary. Mr A. Sweetten gave a report on the lapt meeting of the M etropolitan Committee, and directed attention to the forth* coming A.N.A. Musical and Elo cutionary Competitions. A large number of Footscray members were present and joined in arrang ing a series of indoor sports which aroused considerable interest, and also created a great amount of amusement. The principal business for Thursday evening, 14th inst., will be nomination of officers. A correspondent-writing under the pen name of " Burnleyite." refers m glowing terms to the pro gress of Burnley which he says is now one of the busiest spots around Melbourne praises the Burnley Progress Association, with a special meed of eulogy for the energetic secretary, Mr J. K-, Green, ...
RICHMOND RIFLE CLUB NO 312 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
The Richmond Rifie Club held a club shoot at Port Melbourne Range on Saturday last. The- conditions Avoro 14 shots at 500 yards, to count in the Championship and Campbell's Trophies. The highest scorers -were:- t . Name H'cap. Score J. L. Nichols 2 ... 70 G-. Harrison 6 ... 70 R. Glvipper... 6 ... 70 \V. H. Smith 2 ... 70 W. T. Smith 7 '... 70 C. Ivuster.... 10 ... 69 - Irwin * . 12 ... 69 S.-Bcll ... 10 ... 6S .. - Rowe ..." 12 ... GS J. R. Sadler '3 ... 66 W. Jones ' 5 ... 66
Au Revoir. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
Au Revoir. The Churcli of Christ, Coppin street, North Richmond, is losing for a time the services of one of its most valued "workers, Mr John Salisbury who sailed an Wednesday last for the Old Country. For 23 years past Mr Salisbury has been a central figure in all the activities of fhurch life. As Superintendent of the Sunday School ho devoted a deal of time, to the training of the young, and lias had the pleasure of seeing many of his pupils rise to important positions in the business and pro visional life of .Melbourne, and pcm.-i-hI are now doing good work as preachers of the Gospel. The musical portion of the Church and Sunday School Anniversary Services were mainly carried out under his direction and much of ili- success attending the picnics and other social functions in con nect'! n with the Church and School I was attributable to the energy and | tact displayed by him. He was earnest and thorough in ail he did, . and his face was so familiar at the | Church on Sundays, mor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
National Theatre, BRIDGE ROAD, near Lennox Street. f he First, Most Comfortable, and Most Popular Theatre in Richmond. Carefully Selected " First Run " Pictures, accompanied by Bright and Sparkling Music, rendered by the National Orchestra, have made the National Theatre the talk of Richmond. Program Changed Every Monday & Thursday. The ^fcional is the Coolest Thoatre in the Suburbs. A Tip-Up Chair for Every Patron. floors are all Sloping, thus ensuring a good view for all. e Pictures every evening at 8 sharp. Matinees every Saturday and 3 --Holiday at- 2.30 sharpr POPULAR PRICES ; STDReIs 6OIRCLE IS Children. Half Price to all Parts, except on Saturday Nights. Seats may be Booked at Faulkner's, opposite Theatre, 3d. extra. | Henry Skead General Grocer 36 CORSAIR STREET, RICHMOND, invites YOU to come and know for yourselves his Great System of Cash and Credit Combined. Lowest Prices. Best Quality. Tel. 2375 Windsor, Ask any of our numerous . Customers-they will tell yov. *4 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
Wiltshire's Inks have a reputation of 35 yeirs' standing . behind them. They embody all that iB essential ia a parfest Ink, being Pare Flaid, Non Corrosive and Permanent. .Sold by lead'iasj tationors ovarvwHanv Refasa Sahatitate» " THE SWAN," Corner if OHUBOH and SWAN STBBETS EAST BICHUOND. CARLTON XXX and XXXX ALES. Patrons will find every convenience pro vided (or them. COUNTER LUNCH 11 to 2 daily. BILLIARD Saloon fitted with one of Alcoek's best tables. .* TELEPHONE No 2902 Racing results" posted promptly after "each race. . ESTABLISHED 18S8 John Champion, Late B, Baker, * Pharmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, And Surgeon Dentist, 100 BRIDGE ROAD, RICHMOND. I M B H B. TIMBER. McConchie's RICHMOND OAsH TIMBER YARDS, BRIDGE ROAD, Corner Gardner St. also CORNER SWAN and BRIGHTON 8TB., SOUTH RICHMOND. Building Material of every descriptioB New and Second-hand -at Reasonable Prices. Flooring, Red Gum, Cement, Lining, Palings, Bricks, Weatherboards, Drain Pipee, Sand, Hardwood, ...
ASSOCIATION. May 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
ASSOCIATION. May 9th - Port Melb. v. Prahran, at Port Melb. Footscray v. Essendon, at Footscray. Brighton v. Hawthorn, at Brighton Brunswick v. "Wmstown., at B'swick. North Melb. v. Northcote, at N. Melb May 16 th Wmstown v. Footscray, at W'town. Northcote v. Essendon, at C'ton Park. Hawthorn v. North Melb., at Hawthorn Brunswick v. P. Melb., at Brunswick. Prahran v. Brighton, at Toorak Park. May 23rd North Melb. v. Footscray, at N. Melb. Essendon v. P. Melb., at Essendon. Hawthorn v Williamstown, at Hawthorn Prahran v. Brunswick, at T. Park. Brighton v. Northcote, at Brighton. May 30th "Hilliamstown v. N. Melb., at "VV'towu. Essendon v. Prahran,'at Essendon. Brunswick v. Hawthorn, at Brunswick Port Melb. v. Brighton, at P. Melb. Footscray v. Northcote, at Footscray. June 6th North Melb. v. p. Melb., at N. Melb. Brighton v. Wmstown, at Brighton. Brunswick v. Essendon, at B'swick. Northcote v. Hawthorn, at Hawthorn | Prahran v. Footscray, at Toorak Park 1 June 8th Brighton v. North M...
P.A.F.S. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
P.A.F.S. All officers were present at the Duke of Richmond Lodge, P. A F S. on Tuesday evening last, Bro. H. Whitehorn presiding. . The business was mainly of a formal nature. Correspondence was received re quoit tournament Members are ..emitided of Empire Service in Masonic Hall, Melbourne, 011 17tli inst, and also of Picture Night at the National on 21st inst. Next Lodge night is Quarter Night, when business will commence at 7.45 sharp. Members are requested to each bring a book for the library. The Lodge meets alternate Tuesday evenings in Foresters' Hall, Swan street. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Loyal Mignonette (Ladies) Lodge. P.A.F-S.. was held at the Oddfellows'' Hall, Church-street, south, on Monday evening last, Sis. Courtney, W.M., presided. Two members were initiated, three proposed, and one clearance re ceived. It was decided to hold a Social on June i5th at the Odd fellows' Hall, gents Is, ladies 6d. Next Lodge Night. 19th inst.. is Quaiter Night, when election...
Football Fixtures. LEAGUE May 9th [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
Football Fixtures. LEAGUE May 9th Fitzroy v. S. Melb., at Fitzroy. St. Kilda v. Esseudon, at St. Kilda. Carlton v. University, at M.G.G. Collingwood v. Richmond, at C'wood. Melbourne v. Geeloug, at Geelong. May 16 th Collingwood v. Fitzroy, at Fitzroy. Richmond v. Esseudon, at K.M.C.G. Melbourne v. St. Kilda, at St. Kilda. Geelong v. University, at M.G.G. Carlton v. South Melb., at S. Melb. May 23rd Fitzroy v. Carlton, at Carlton. University v. Collingwood, at C'wood. St. Kilda v. S. Melb., at S. Melb. Melbourne v. Esseudon, at M.C.G. Geelong v. Richmond, at Richmond. May ?0tli ; Fitzroy v. Geelong, at Geelong. Esseudon v. South Melb., at E.M.C.G. Richmond v. University, at M.G.G. Collingwood v. St. Kilda, at St. Kilda. Melbourne v. Carlton, at Carltou. j- ' June 6th University v. Melbourne, at M.C.G. Carlton v. Geeloug, at-Geelong. Collingwood v. Esseudon, at C'wood. Richmond v. Sth Melb., at Richmond. Fitzroy v. St. Kilda, at Fitzroy. June Sth Carlton v.. Essendon, at E.M.C.G. Gee...
Richmond Australian "Give me the liberty to utter and to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties." SATURDAY, MAY 9. Current Topics. Tramway Facilities. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
0ttil %ugtraiiaii " Give me the liberty to utter and- to argue freely according to conscience above all liberties SATURDAY, MAY 9. Current Topics. . . Tramway -Facilities The. Burwobcl" to Melbourne Tramway Conference will meet again shortly as tlie report of the experts on the cost of construction and financial prospects of the under taking will, it is anticipated, he ready in a few days The muni cipalities interested in the formation of the proposed Tramway Trust are Melbourne, Richmond, Hawthorn and Camber well. The proposed electrification of Kew horse tram has been advanced a stage by the Kew Council having completed the purchase of the necessary land for the widening of Barker's-road cutting; The cost of the alterations, including purchase of necessary land, is estimated at £3S50. A Loan is to be floated for this and other tramway expenditure in Kew. The Mayor (Or Webber M.I/A,,) is in Sydney engaged in Industrial Organising. Cr Hell is his deputy regarding municipal affairs, ...