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OTHER PEOPLE'S BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

OTHER PEOPLE'S BUSINESS.. By T. Rostron Hewart Have you noticed that in civil life it has become the fashion for Every body to interfere with everybody else's business ? I am sorry to say that : was a journalist who started it! The example of George R. Sims, who discovered the virtues of a cer tain hair restorer, has been fo'!owed by all sorts of people. Nowadays nobody will stick to their own business. (That is a quite ungranrmat.ical sentence, but very expressi\ e!) Pick up any margazine and ;ook at the aldvertisement pages. You will tind that the great actress. Miss Stelandfetchit. has written her life on the strength of having used Doctor Doubtful's Dubious Dental D?-r.'i,? W ,y in t;, 'orld does n>.;. stick to her own jo'(? There is a certain judge who. sit ting on the bench, has made a reputea tion for himself as a humourist. He does not realise the fact that he is. encroaching on the business - of George Robey. Take. any community of People nowaldays an(l vou will finrd th...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEARD IN THE COOK-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

HIEARtD I? lTHIE,COOK-HOUSE. Jim--Give me a cigarette, Bill. Bili-Let's have a look at your p5.; hcok. (Bill studies P.B.) All rig:. here you aie, I thought you migh: h]ve been hoarding. 31. P. KESNNY, Proprieter of .Johnh:ie Morgai's Tailoring Establishment. The only Tailor !holliug BEritish Deco rations in Victoria.

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAMP AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

CAMP A3IUSEMENTS. A meeting of the camp amusement committee was held this week, when Lieut. Book was appointed secretary and Major Young treasurer. Every matter in the amusement line for the boys in camp was thoroughly discuss ed, and we are informed that the good nights previously experienced in camp are to be turned(l into "grand nights ' in the near future. Cheer up, boys! You deserve all you get, and a bit more. But listen. pals, when you go to a concert or picture show remember you are not the only pebble on the beach. Keep youir mouth shut, and let your neighbouli ,,.oy himself.

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

* THEY SAY That the parade ih town on Wed nesday was a credit to the oficers and men. That Lieutenants Crowe and Hat iield were the proudest men in 3Ie! r,(ourne. That Pte. Jack Cullen. cricketer, was " hitched up " to a Bendigo .irl last week. That the new camlp commandant is : l."dinkum man." and all there for tie welfare of the lalds in his care. That the Church Parade on Sundlay :o·rningz was good. That the service in the Y.M.C.A. on '.ntday night was enjoyed by those :,esent. :ii '?uiti be an acquisition.. That some men are receivng, -a ,oodl many letters a dav., That most of themn are aldressed- in minine hand. '" :"at evidlently some ci the boys are .,,ing for wives. Just so. They are m 'vs at it. ,at numbers of.the boys are won ,i-ing why it is necessary to paiade ·. late as 1.15 p.m. on Saturday for i:spection prior to going on: week-end have. That by-holding the parade' it the hi.ur stated the:y are uniab!e to :reach tawa before 3 p.rh. That while:thex 1ave no desire to .:...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

CHALLENG~E ACCEPTED. Recently the Sportsmen's Thousa: utilisedl these columns to issue a ch:i. lenge to accommodate any heavr weight boxer for a flutter with too gloves. and it has now been taken t Make this scrap something to be e: membered, and let every man turn u?. so as the contestants will get some thing out of it for their trouble irn providing sport. Don't forget, boys. it's worth a few bob to standl up aTnd publicly take a drubbing, more especi ally when your cobbers are looking on. The following is a copy of- lettr received(l by "Sentry ": " Re challenge of heavyweight boxer of Spoitsmen's Uiit, we, the 25th/5th accept that challenge, to be fough~t under Marquis of Queensberry rules on a dlate to be fixed. We ac begt::' challenge. under same cofidit.ons, a : inidilleweight boxer.--P. K _yialyj Sdcretarv 25th/lth Reiinfori·c~nient.

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HER HUSBAND? [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

HER HUSBAND? We went to cool upon the stairs (We often do, between the dances), I put on mcst entrancing airs And cast at her persuasive glances. I said: "True love is sweet, dear child!" And, oh, the bliss! My lady smiled! I kissed her. Then a stealthy tread I heard behind us on tie landing. A kick-a yell-and on my head Just at the stair foot I was standing. I turned in anguish, but grew wild For still at me my lady smiled! -T.R.H.

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. Sir,-Re the. hard luck story o f the Camp Blighter. Will this individua: ever (lie? A few nights ago, whilst supping at the Salvation iArmy coff:e bar, along hIe comes and spits the o&d tale into the captain's ear,_who, goo: naturedly, but foolishly, handed over. out of his ovwn '" kick.''" Knowir.g -Captain Rundie in Royal Park can,, and here, I have inoct heard of hij: knocking back a man with a pie ard coffee, but the borrowing blighter is " over the stick."-Yours. etc.. CORPORAL P . M C6mpany. Broadnmeadlows_ Camp.

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTSMEN'S UNIT. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

SPORT IEN'S UNfI. By "Sporl"f 7 The . lpr'oposd and ion in match between ~ir'taboi?.an ai ' takes place on S-t? ?r a We have receiv?e:d c(. li-nI, ;--: A.S.C. and H..AS. ,-icou er V regret to say .';oth :;a1 a not be acceptedL v!i!ng t. a: i .: rangements. The committ- :f ' - ci i:: boys royally orn ' i,,esd dt... one hope is thi; c:.: ioys I-ce credit to them, :n, :-?i~ -; .i u: to which they are- cinfovc: . j' have no doubt a:;t th e;, wiB do both. " Sim," our p.:a? t. ied tihe march. and showed that he was w'orthy, ', the name. The South African and Active Ser vice Association, since the expansion of name, has taken a new lease of life. and things are booming; no doubt it has come to stay. "The officers are men who know the game, and play it like sports. The secretary has a snug little office at 261 Bourke-street. rru: free, through the generosity of 3ir. Mi. P. Kenny, who also furnished i. Members and intending members ar: heartily welcome, and the secreta: (Mr. G. H. Hay) will ...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTSMEN'S MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

SPORTSMEN'S MARCHI On Wednesday t'he Sports had a parade abcut the citf, and the manner in which every ma ma mrched, kepti the slope, etc., will long bhe spoken of by those who witnessed the proces sion. There was not one hitch in the wo!e proceediings: and-the committee conitrolling the Sportsmen's? move me~ntts deserve great praise for the consideration shown in prioviding- a suiptuous tea in the evening. The "He ald." in rerporting the proicceed ings, says:--" At S?encer-street sta tion a short adidress-; -,a given by Mr. Sie,:'nr Nathan. chairm an of the Spo'tsmen's Rec'uiting Committee. ,vho coneplimented the men on their scld eVly apecaranme, the promptness of their r'esolnsse t- the call. and on ~heir being true to the instincts of sports,.en throughout the ,Empire. '"Sin." Sportsmen's Mascot. :'ajo.' I. , ezard returined thanks. The men then ma;rched through the city, hdeaded by the Royal Park band. and rt-hered in th - l'own Hall, where band instruments were ipresented. Sir...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"TACT." [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

Motor Corps Awaiting the, Wounded at Port Melbourrie. b'y c('urtes.y o tile Australian 'itorist Newsp;ipcer I'ty. ',l;t " TACT." I alays was a chap like that- a:id takes things as they come, Slikes to cheer my ' goboers: up; if hei are loking glum For instance. when I sees a chap a wading in the mud, I uses tact and says, " Old chap, you locking for a dud?" And itf I see the pack mules bogged; knee-deep in hopeless mire':' I says, " You'd better get a move,or you'll be drawin' tire". And when .I find a -chap just harin' bully beef for tea, I qui'tly says, "I've ham and eggs: waiting at home fornme."t And when I find a lorryx.tuck; ILmen tions soft and kind " It's just as well the push ain't on. or you'd be left behind." :: And when I comes across-a bloke,wall hungry, tired and sore, I says to him, "Hi! cobber, do you think we'll win the wai?" Perhaps you don't appireciate.this sort of tact of mine, But take my .tip and have a try iwhen next you're up the line; Of course. I'm not res...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TRY AT VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

A TRRY AT VERSE; The spor-ting boys in Twenty-Nine Are expecting. some good fin When they get into the front line And 'meet the mui-derous Hin. SAmong us we have some good fellows~ , Blokes .as what earned their screw beside the bellows; Of others, of course, we don't like to say,- - Except that they might be men some day. OGui thigr 7the boys all do- know-? They have a sport in Lieut. Crowe. He ain't a "slanter "--that is.to saxy With the Sports he goes away. -BB...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

When you Get Leave frorm Camp and 1re ill tIJHT D)ON'T FORGET Black's Royal Cafe NEXT BIJOI THEATRE. is the place to get a .,i g~ . mea!. Late Supperi's a S,~p:ialt:,. SOLDIERS' LEVEI WRIST WATCHES FROM 2b'f. Complete v,:ii: Strap. INGRAM BROS. 61 SWANSTO-N 'I'REET. GRAMAPHONES from 42/ AtFRANKLIN'S 105-7 BOURKE STRjEET, CITY (Eastern Malket Buildings). SPORTING` GOODS. Footballs 7/6, 8/6, 10/6, 13/6, 15/6. Boxing Gloves 10/6, 12/6, 15/, 21/ set. Punching Balls 15/6, 17/6, 21/, 35/ ea. Electric Pocket Lamps 5/6, 7/6 ea. ALCOCK & CO. Pty. Ltd. iilliard Tables and Sporting Goods, 155-157 ELIZABETH ST.. MELB. PALACE THEATRE Bourke Street, near Spring Street. Direction - - - Ben. and .Jolh Fuller. SATURI)AY, 28th JULY, 1917. THE SLEDGE-HAMMER, For positively Six Nights Only. Admission--2/-, 1/-, and SIXPENCE., The Melbourne Sports Depot Town Iall Hotel The Leading Firm in Australasia for O ote ALL SPORTING REQUISITES Footbhall, Gymnastic Goods, Etc. 71-73 SWANSTON ST., BOXING GL...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

P> h atre Lf-~ition - Ben. J. aCi John Fuller. Jr. Every Evening at 8. Matinees Saturdays at 2 p.m. SIXTH WEEK. SIXTH WEEK. Unprecedented Success. ALLAN.. WILKIE and Frediswyde Hunter Watts, and a Powerful Cast, in '! LE DASHING MILITARY PLAY, The Story of the Rosary ;ie mo.t exciting Drama in years--a Say with something happening every moment. Love, Laughter and Thrills. N'tpular Prices - - - - 4/, 3/, 2/, and I/. A LL SOLDIERS IN UNIFORM AD :ilTTED AT HALF-PRICE EXCEPT SATURDAY NIGHTS. 'Phone 1s 7. Accommodation :- Visitors Billiards. E.cR' Cals. ROSE OF AUSTRALIA HOTEL Corner cf KING & BOURKE .TS.. MIELB. Best Brands of Wini:. Ales, and Spirit:. SID.. BUBB, 'r?;prietor. - (15 years with Orient Hotel). STOP RIGHT HERE: Camp Cafe BEHIND Y.)1.( Steak, Sausage, Frietl :-:;.i Fried Fish, 1/-. HOURS OF TRADIN;-- TErakfast .... 7 a.m. t4 M45 a.m. DiriKr ". . . . 12 no.&cit 2 p.m. Tea.,, .. , 5 P.. p,, m St. John Ambulance Carnival To be Raffled for the "QUEEN OF THE S...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WE'RE GOING AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

WE'RE 'OV'-G AW AY. There is coming an?: going thirough Calnm and ntri:. , . The vain and iba.ure that runs through life; The friends ~ e learned to love and khowl Into. our lives they come anmd go. And lovely it is to hear them say " Good-bye. dear friends, we're going away."' And out of my life,_as TI heard it said, Something went. and I bowed my head,; And wished that to me.less had been given Of the love that makes this life a heaven. It would not havebheen this grief, I know, Had I not learned to love them so. It is so we feel When sad c· i lone. \Then out of our lives fond ,ne.s have flown; And yet we have not loved i:: ain; Oft purest joys are born of :ai:, And grief comes not to'-alh'- A tay, Though sad are the tears t!:a .'ll on life's way, When the words are uttere --" We're going away." CORPORAL JACK CROSS, Sportsmerns Unit.

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

PARAMOUNT THEATRE T,ocation : O!'[', THEATIREF ROYAL, BOI 'KI' .T4 ET. Gw¢ernirng Direction .. .T. CC.William;lntt Filmri MaIacin. Director...... ....F. W. Thr;n. MARGUERITE CLARKE in THE FORTUNES OF FIFL and Jack Pickford in THE D U M1 M Y. Cop:e .on, boys! You will enjoy these i~temns. 'They are worth anything ulp . to A.W.L. to see. HAVE YOU SEEN THE GREAT "IANKS" FILM THE AUSTRALIANS AT POZIERIES ? Cmmnionwealth Government War Films. Presented by the Walr Ofice Cinema tograph Committee. PROCEEDS TO REPATRIATION FUNDS. Now Showilig throughiout the Suburbs,. FOR A GOOD SQUARE THREE COURSE 1/3 MEAL Go to the Regal Cafe 65 SWANSTON STREET. Before you catch your Train or Car home come to us for Grills, Fish, Oysters or Refreshments. You can get these AT ALL HOURS.

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

A DONATION. The 25th of 5th Reinforcements have been. presented with football uni forms (red and black) by Corporal C. Sherwood. The best thanks of all the boys are extended to him. A few good sports like Sherwood :1in our midst would make camp iife- "din kum." The lads of the company have already given three cheers. and we give another three on our own. Boys! Don't forget, Miss Davis is the "QUEEN of SOLDIERS." You know what to do.

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE BRISBANE"—VOLUME 1. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

"THE BRISBANE"-VOLUME 1. It seems quite the rccogrnised thing for the British. warship nowadays to have its " literary ' magazine or news paper, written, c? l"ed. and edited on shipboard, and t:ished from time to time at co, 'at ports of call. Occasionally -,- of these filter thirouh to t n.eral public, and prove invaria. "nteresting. often amusing, and som;etimes of consider able literary r?w.? ;t. A copy of the first nutber of " 'T'e. Br-sbane "-the ,C,,i! O OIcbrn .: H.: C.;.LA.S B'riS:ai1ie -.'te-ump-too he n i: !'' n' these respects. Published at --. begins with an ,'edlitorial,". firom'.r ' ich we learn, :m-nmong ,other thi, - andl after thd .' ulja't "Str affe-ig;g., of the censor, Sthat " We lay no ia, to journalism . The sport 'nd business of tWar is what chiefly ocburpi.- us'~ at present for to such an end'was this :good ship built and gommnissionedl . ...' Seldom was a ship more imnbued with the sporting element. .. . Since the menemcable morning when we fare welled Sydne...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MY MISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

MY MISTRESS, The fight is'done, and I obhey the call, No benefit of clergy, .shi-,rd or pall Can counteract the lure off that pale folrm That I have but half seen in calm and storim. Yet often I have felt you beat the steel In righteous anger unlerneath my keel. Times I have laughed at your pro yoked desire, Making the sea a plaything as a child may fire. But now I come to seek the seaman's goal, And chill the fever in my weary soul. With coral bouquets in our icy hands Beneath the shelly branches of the sands. 5flntls We'll piace the pathways ,f the level Or lie and love for all eternity. Lieut. -(rowe, O.C. Sportsmen's Unit. For imus&c we will have the soft sea sighs, And iridescent fi~h for butterflies. In place of fruit and meat the beche de mer, And woven weed for silk and ilurple vair. For warmth the Capricornic: zone shall be, For light the waters' dim translu cency. And all your sweet desire shall be fulfilled, And all my restless soul for-ever stilled. "Various othe...

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

South African and Active Service Association Non-Political. Non-Sectarian. Established 1903. Active Service Men of Imperial Navy and Army admitted as Members. Monthly Social ORIENT HOTEL Bourke Street Thursday Evening 2nd August, 1917 Good Programme. Refreshments. All ALPF. and Active Service Men Invited. G. H. HAY, Secretary, 261 Bourke-street. Boys! When you want a good shave or haircut, don't forget that W. MORGAN HAIRDRESSER. has a little ghop in Camp, and is al ways pleasedl to see you. Cleanliness is his M'tto. and " CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GOD LINESS." COX'S Earl of Zetland Hotel SWANSTON STREET For Best Spirits and Good Beds GUNTERS' Cut Prices 5:Xr >pot Cash. MILITI'ARY WAi L' [IES-LATEST JEW1ELL FRY. 129a Eliz:bT-tl; Street, Next Little 4', ;ns Street. SGGINGS that Last TI y',', ;.i le in Soli L.,., rhc, a . will give -,- rs of oervice- r eIl iblocked, -o will retaiin thelir shape, , iand look welu l ;nlld feel comfort able. 14/6 Call or Write Lincon, Stuart and Co, Pty....

Publication Title: Broadmeadows Camp Sentry
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SNAPSHOTS FROM HOME LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Broadmeadows Camp Sentry — 27 July 1917

S-- .NAPSHOrTS FROM HOME ILEAGUE. 'All lads. who are embarking in the nearfutin-er aro ged to obtain appli cation formsf-soithat snaps of the old homer and loved ones can be sent on to you. All snapshots are taken free of cost. This league is doing a-great work, and is worthy of a!! support. The Victorian section, of which Miss F. Levy is the organising secretary, covers about 210 districts, and Thas a membership of 1650. So it does not matter whether you lived in the citvy or whether yoril home is in a i'emote part of the bush. the photos. canr be taken, and will be forwarded on to you. Applications can be had frmr the Y.MI.C.A. camp secretary. Get one at once. If you have friends who possess a camera ask them: to get in touch: ith:. Miss Levy. Elizabeth House, Eliza beth-street. :Melbourne. Licut. P. T'. Hatfield. Secon !., :on mand Sportsmen's U .

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