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FIXED DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
FIXED DATES. Routine is exceedingly strong in Rus sia. There is a day in June, upon which, says tradition, it becomes safe to bathe in the rivers, after the winter frosts. No matter how warm the water may be' earlier, no matter iiow col J it may be on that day,' then is the time to take the first swim. No man dare touch an apple before the 6th of August, however ripe the fruit may really be before that day. He does not believe it is fit to eat. No traveller will start on a journey oil either a Monday or a Friday. Although' the delay is stroiigij against his own interests, the iishernian will not cast his nets before a certais day, whether the season . be late or early. No lamb is supposed to bo able to reach the age of mutton should it have been born before the day named in t ho peasant's calendar. And so on through all the common events in their daily life does this attachment to fixed date? hedge in an average Russian peasants existence.
AN OLD-FASHIONED WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
AN OLB-FASHIONED WOMAN. No clever, brilliant thinker, she, With college record and degre): She has not known the patht oi fam The world has never heard nor name , She walks on old, long-trodden ways The valleys oF the yesterdays. Home is ~_ia kingdom; love ia lu dower;: She seeks no other wand of power To make home sweet, bring heaven neat To win a smile and wipe a tear, And do. her duty day by day In her own quiet place and way. Around her childish hearts are twined, As round some reverend saint enshrined And following hers the childish feet Are led to ideals true and sweet, And find all purity and good In her divinest motherhood. She keeps her faith unshadowed still God rules the world in good and ill; Men in her creed are brave and true, And women pure as pearls of dew, And life for her is high and grand, By work and glad endeavour spanned. This sad old earth's a brighter place All for the sunshine of her face; Her very smile a blessing throws, And hearts are happier where she go...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
VARIETIES. Miner's Pie.-Peel and cut some ap pies as for an applo pie, and lay tlwn in layers in a pie-dish; on ttus la. slices of mutton and uiincod o:uor. sprinkle with pepper, salt and sugar. Cover the whole with a good thiol, paste. This pie requires ? to bo '.VL-. baked.' You may use beef cut into siua! dice-shaped pieces, with slices o. streaky or thin bacon, seasoned AIM, mixed with apples.
CONVERSATION DEFINED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
CONVERSATION DEFINED. Dean Swift defined real conversation in these lines: - Conversation is but carving; Give no more to every guest Than he's able to digest. Give him always of the prime, And but little at a. time. Oarve to all but just enough. Let them neither starve nor stuff And that you may have your dw Let your neighbours carve for you
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
LOCAL DIRECTORY, I'lSDEliAL i-'AItLlAAIENT. The Senate is elected by tke whole stote. HOUSE OF RHPRSSENTATIVBS. Yarra Electorate - Hen. F. £}. Trader, M.P. 8TATC PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Melbourne East Province.-Hon. A. M'Lellan, M.L.C.; Hen. J. P. Jones, ML.O. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Richmond Electorate.-Mr. E. J. Cotter, M.L.A. iibbotsford Electorate.-Mr. G. 0. TV»bber, M.L.A. CITY OF RICHMOND. Tie Richmond City Council meets on alternate Monday evenings, at tbe Trwn Hall, at 7.30. COUNCILLORS. Mayor, Cr Gordon Webber, J.P. WEST WARD. G. W. Kemp, retires 1914. D.L..Davies, retires 1915 M.v Alexander, retires 1916. NORTH WARD. B. Flevill retires 1914. H. H. Bell, retires 1916. J. T. Street, retires 1916. SOUTH WARD. George P. Beachcroft, retires 1914. W. Burgess, retires 1915. . W. W. Gleadell, retires 1916.. ? EASTWARD. Arthur A. Fear, retires 1914. - :G. Morgan, retires 1915. --G. D. O'Connell, retires 1916. 02NTRAL WARD. . G. O. Webber, retires 1914. ' G. R. Admass, retire...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 9 May 1914
WEDDING. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MILLS-MCDONALD. A wedding that created a deal of local interest was celebrated at St. Bartholomews' Church, Burn ley, on Tuesday, 21st ult., when Mr ERnest Alfred Mills (eldest son of Mr and Mrs A. Mills, of Ringwood) was united to Miss Florence Sadie McDonald (daughter of Mrs L. McDonald, Burnley-street). Rev. Mr Gates was the officiating clergy man. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr Robert McDonald, was attended to by her sister, Miss Dorothy McDonald and Miss Esther Aldridge as bridesmaids, and Fred StaNborough (bride's nephew) and Phyllis Mills (bride groom's sister) were the little train bearers. The groomsmen were Messrs Burnley & Leslie McDonald (brothers of the bride). The reception and tea in the even ing at the Masonic Hall, Swan-street, was attended by a large gathering of friends and relatives, both families being well-known and highly re spected. The catering was carried out in f...
Workmen's Homes. DISCUSSED IN THE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
Workoien's Homes. DISCUSSED IN THE COUNCIL At the Council meeting on last Monday evening, a communication "was received from Port Melbourne Council inviting a conference of representatives of the Councils of Richmond, Footscray, and Port Melbourne to discuss the question of ejection of dwellings for workers u»der the provisions of the Workers' Dwelling Act. Cr Street moved that the request be complied with. Seconded by Cr Bell. Cr Kemp-Why not have a Con ference of all the municipalities ? Why pick out three only. Cr Street-They are working men's districts Cr Kemp-Other places require working-men's homes- besides Port Melbourne, Richmond, and Foots cray. He moved as an amendment that Port Melbourne be asked to call a Conference of the whole of the municipalities. Cr Admans seconded the amend ment. . Cr. Alexander remarked that all the municipalities had working men more or less, and were all interested in this movement. . \ Cr Bell remarked that;Port ; Mel bonrne was the only Counci...
BEVERLEY V. COLINGWOOD DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
BEVISLlLEr y. OOLLINGWOOD . ^DISTRICT. Beverley met Collingwood Dis trict on the Richmond Cricket Ground last Saturday, and were defeated by a big margin The opening stages were very fast, and Bevs more than held their own. When the pace slackened, and play became more congested,. Bevs were out of it. The forwards were all astray. Collingwood's forwards were remarkably accurate in front of goal. Collingwood excelled in high marking, but Bevs will soon improve that department. The best players for Bevs were Kelso (wing,) Maynard (back,) and Hede (centre.) They were ably assisted by Heath, Goope, and Moore 011 the back line, and M chines and Lacey ruck. Kelso made a brilliant run from the wing, passing several opponents hnd neatly kicking a goal. Final score Bevs 5-9 ; Col lingwood 14-9. The Beverley Football Club hold a Grand Picture Niglit at the Rich mond Theatre, Bridge-road, on Wednesday next, 20 th inst Amongst other splendid pictures shown will be " The Wreck." This picture abo...
FOOTBALL. RICHMOND 4-12; COLLING WOOD 12-18. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
FOO T%B A L. L. ;-i-i-^ RICHMOND 4-12 ; COLLING WOOD 12-18. The match against Collingwood on Saturday was disappointing to Richmond supporters, who trooped over to Victoria Park in thousands. Richmond's chances of .'winning were not considered strong, but a good struggle was anticipated and Richmond were expected to make a much better showing than they did. j Ohlsen (suffering from an in I jnred foot) was absent, and Martyn .took his place- Love was still | unable to play, and the other men , who stood down were Maybury, ! Morgan McKendry, and McLear the vacant places being taken by Arbrew, Hall, W. Thorpe, Keggin, and Hughes. The team comprised Richmond-Backs:: Betties Mof fat, Thorpe Half backs : Thomas. Arbrew Farrell. . .Centres : Hail, Reeves, M'Cashney. Half-for wards: Ricketts, (c.J. Keggin. W Thorpe Forwards; Hughes Martyn, Twomey. Followers: Nolan, James Rover: Mahoney. Richmond showed flashes of brilliancy,' ;but "lacked ' system ;' .in fact, at times individual players se...
Richmond Harriers. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
Richmond Harriers. The Richmond Harriers held a very enjoyable run at Fairfield last Saturday afternoon H. Breen and .J.Horan were sent out with the paper and laid a very fine trail over seven miles of good hilly country. The pack, numbering 20 runners, were in charge of J. Lynch (pace) and jH. J. Lynch held the whistle >After about live miles had been covered, crossing creeks and climb ing hills the hares were lighted, and, after a run of a mile and a half, they were caught by V Breen and .i. Lynch. The pack then being about 1300 yards from home, they lined up for a run in. After a good race it was won by T. McDonell. with G. Doyle second and Harry . Biggs third. I The run to-day is from ^andring ham Baths with Brunswick Harriers Train leaves Flinders street at 2/20. Track'runners are reminded that entries for . the Malvern Harriers sports close on 30th inst Roll up Richmond and again make a good showing. The second teams' race is draw ing near and members are requested to stick...
Richmond City Council. MONDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
. Richmond City Council. MONDAY, MAY The following representatives were present:- _ . COUNCILLORS G R. Admans H. Batcelo ... M. Alexander G. W Kemp D L Davies WARD. Centre Centre Centre \V>Bt .West West North , Kortb North South South South -East East East .1. T. 'Street ..., . y H Bell ... r.:- , W. Burgess ... W. Gleadell ... ... " G. Beachcroft . ... A. Fear .... .1. G. O'Connell... ... : ? C. Morgan ... ... Correspondence. From. Secretary for Public Works stating that the proposal to empower municipalities to borrow for tlie purpose of purchasing motor omni buses will be included iu the Local . Government Amendment Bill. . i . From Board of Public Health, drawing attention to- the-'-''risk . of >j contamination to" pies, cakes, &c.:, exposed on the outside of glass cases or on counters in siloes. From Melbourne Council, apply ing for payment of this Council's proportion of the cost of expenses incurred under the Melbourne Gas Company's Act, 1S7S. Referred to Financ...
All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE; OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. PART 18. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
All Rights Reserved. VIOLET LISLE ; -OR, A PEARL BEYOND PRICE. v^..- ? - ? By the Author of "AH or Notttrig," "Two Keys," etc., etc. PART 18. "A stranger ! And you run such a risk for her !" exclaimed the doc tor. "Ah !"-with respectful ad miration- " I did not think you he longed to-the common world when I first looked at you.' Well, we must take' good care to keep you here since you have come down-. among us." Then, suddenly- "I thinfa I have fieen you before, mademoiselle." Violet smiled. His compliments did not embarrass hee. ' His age robbed them of rudeness. ' " You may have* seen me," she said, " I have'been in Nice .before." He shook his head and looked puz pled ; then exclaimed briskly : "Well, no matter; I see you now and that is a great deal. Now I will give you instructions not only to help Lady Darlington, but to save yourself; and sou must heed what I eay," "I will. I must make up in at tention what I lack in experience." " I am not afraid on that score," he said." You...
Richmond City Band. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
Richmond -City. . lUie Richmond Oity Band visued. the i Austin Hospital for, incurables lust Sunday. and kindly provided tii t; inmates with ihe follow ing: ipivgram, which svaa highly appreoia.ed : - Marches. . The gladiators Farewell.' Old Uom rad.es,- . -Alexander a Kag Time -Band Valve, liaracoa ;?Jrlyuin; '-oaAdon ;' Selections . a -nlnary Uhurch-Parade." \ Forty Thieves,' \.\iaruan* " .' foet and feasant ' l he Band have decided to com pete at Ballarai. next October pio vidtng the necessary t'uuds can be raised. As it is several yra>-s since Richmond was represented at south [Street, it is to be hoped that the necessary financial aid will be forthcoming eo that the project can be carried into effect The Band is playing particularly well at present, and a nig program will be given in the Fitzroy Gardens on Sunday fortnight, 3!st inst.. under the leadership of Mr Jack Bowden, in aid of the Bendigo Mining Disaster Fund. Messrs Frank King and Herbert Farrell have each won gold ...
A LULLABY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
k LULLABY. fluah, baby, hush ! The distant stars at~ shining, The bright young moon peeps througli the window pane ; Silence has fallen upon the litHe crea tures That gladly 3eek a refuge when ihe c y iB 011 the wane. Bush, baby, hush ! Thy mother watches o'er thee, Olose cradled on her breast, thou'rf, safe in her keeping ; Drowsy, warra end snug, thy little griefs forgotten, VVatche3 and waits she to aee thee siveotly sleeping. ,
That Tip Again. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
That Tip Again. The questing of carting refuse, from outside suburbs to the Rich mond Tip at the Quarries came up at the Council on Monday evening. There appeared to be some doubt as to the exact meaning of a reso lution adopted some time ago, but as complaints had been made, the officer? thought it well to bring -the-matter before the Council*'and-/,-* in': the meantime to order a dis- . continuance o*. the carting. A. letter was received from the South Yarra Jam Company asking to be permitted to continue carting un offensive matter to the tip,, and pointing out that, there ? were betweee 800 and goo .persons em: ,? 1 ployed at the factory, a great pro. i portion of whom were Kicnmond i residents. Cr Beachcroft understood that . the1, resolution passed aboui 18 months -ago:prohibited the cartage of refuse into Richmond from. , other suburbs, and he could:.not. understand why this resolution was not given effect to ? In reply .to a question, the Town - Clerk:, said that he. understo...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
.VARIETIES. No snake, frog, toad or lizard haa ever been seen in Newfoundland. In proportion to its population Brazil shows the greatest consumption of coffee. Germany's first daily newspaper was printed three hundred and eighty years ago. More than forty per cent of the people of Great Britain could not write their names when Queen Victoria as cended the throne. In bygone days cygnets were fatten ed at Norwich for corporation dinners. In the middle ages the peacock was a popular dish at important banquets. Sir Ernest Shackelton, the explorer, says that the men who accompanied him on his expedition towards the South Pole found that their hair grew thicker as the cold got more intense. It is stated that the Chemin de Per de l'Ouest-Etat is about to introduce upon certain of its suburban lines in Paris railway carriages for people who do not wish to speak themselves or to hear other people talking. The oldest church in the world is at Bergen, Norway. It is made en tirely of paper, and...
FABGELS POST WITHIN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
FABGBL8 P0S1 WITHIN .VIC TORIA. Limit weight, 111b. Limit of alse, I Ift 6in, In length, or 6ft la girth and length combined. Postage (to be pre-1 paid by stamps)-lib. or under, 64.; I .ach extra lb., 3d. The mamp 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 ascertained the weight No parcel will b« accepted unless f&ly prepaid.
Richmond Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
Richmond Presbyterian Church. The new minister of Richmond Presbyterian Church, Rev. G. M. Baird, M. A, has entered upon his pastorate. The induction ceremony took place on Thursday evening. 7th inst., and Mr Baird occupied the pulpit on Sunday, when there were large and appreciative con gregations at both services. On .Monday next a social evening to welcome the new pastor will ba held in the schoolroom, Lennox street, Mrs G. H Bennett and Al ise tie a-, netfc sailed on Wednesday- for -"a trip to the Old Country. They will be away for about six months The Kichmond Juvenile Frolic Partg have arranged an interesting programme for the Benefit v oncert to be held in the Kichmond Town IIall-on Tuesday, 28th inst., in aid of' the sufferers by the Bendigo Mining Disaster. The Couucil have gi-anted free use of the Town Hall. Tickets 6d and Is Miss Webber ^acting Mayoress) is hon. treasurer, and Mr W. J. kofe hon. secretary of the committee. The Frolic J":»rfey is under the conductor ship o...
RATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Australian — 16 May 1914
BATES OF COMMISSION. Money Orders Payable in the Common wealth. Any mm not ever £5, 6cL; over £5, Cat not over £10, Is.; over £10, bnt not over £15, Is. 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.