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A VAIN HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 23 June 1917
A VAIN HOPE. A negro I encountered down in Alabama (writes Mr. John Kendrick Bangs in "From Pillar to Post") stands conspicuous in my memory for both his conscious wit and his uncon scious humor. He plied me with questions as we stood on a railway platform waiting for my train, and nearly drove me to despair. Part of the illuminating exchange of ideas ran in this wise: "Whar yo' come from?" "Maine," said I. "Get any children?" he asked. "Yes," said I. "I've got two sons in Detroit, and--" "Dee-troit, eh?" he interrupted. "Yaas, suh, Ah've heerd of Dee-troit. Dee-troit's a nice State to have two sons at, Ah reckon. So yo' was born in Dee-troit, was yuh?" "No," I replied, "I wasn't born at eotrcit: I was born at Yonkers--" "O-o-oh! So yo' was horn at Yon kers, was yuh? Yaas, suh-Yonkers. Ah don't know much erbout Yonkers, but Ah guess Yonkers is a nice State, ain't it?" "WVell," I said, "yes, Yonkers is a pretty nice State, too-what you might call a comatose State; but-" "Yaas, suh; A...
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 23 June 1917
(To the Editor.) Sir,-Would you allow me to point out a big injustice? My boy, who was away in the country for nine weeks, was :ummoned to appear at the court for not attending his drill during that time. The lad, who attended his drill regularly before and after he was in the country, was sentenced to 15 days at Queenscliff, although he was willing to make up his drills here? Do you think he was treated fairly? Thank ing you in anticipation, Yours, etc., "DOWNHEARTED." June 20.
RICHMOND BOY in ROUMANIA JACK PINCOTT WITH THE BRITISH ARMORED TRAIN. FATHER OF SEVEN, KILLED. BURNLEY BOY, NOW LIEUTENANT, WINS MILITARY CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 23 June 1917
RICHMOND BOY in ROUMANIA JACK PINCOTT WITH THE BRITISH ARMORED TRAIN. FATHER OF SEVEN, KILLED. BURNLEY BOY, NOW LIEUTENANT, WINS MILITARY CROSS. Richmond's casualties this week include: Killed in Action. Gunner W. Campfield, T. C. Fanning. Died of Wounds. H. V. Barber. Dangerously Ill. J. M. Quinn. Wounded and Missing. A. D. Robie. Prisoner of War. L.-Cpl. E. C. Mawson. Wounded. J. E. Fletcher, R. J. Hammer, P. A. Flower, F. G. Tull, D. W. Page, L. R. Gretgrix, P. White, G. E. Jonas, W. G. Cobb, Temp.-Cpl J. Murcutt, L.-Cpl. A. J. Fogg. Missing. Cpl. J. C. Macdonald, L. G. Towt, W. T. Carr, W. A. Waltho. Gunner W. H. Campfield, who has been killed in action in France, is the first of the many employes of the Richmond Council on active service to make the supreme sacrifice. Also he leaves behind to mourn their loss a larger family than any other father soldier from Richmond. His widow resides at 89 Coppin-street, and there are seven children - four of them un- der 14 years of age. Th...
Comedy of the Municipal Horse Deals Becomes Burlesque—Two More Horses Die and Council Now Asks Horse Seller Hicks for Time to Pay for More. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 23 June 1917
Comedy of the Municipal Horse Deals Becomes Burlesque-Two More Horses Die and Council Now Asks Horse Seller Hicks for Time to Pay for More. Once more, for the "umpteenth" time, the stables of the Richmond City Council are wrapped in mourning. Cr. Bell, as chairman of the special com mittee that deals with the subject,-had &nbsp; the melancholy task of yet again announcing to the council assembled on Monday night that "another horse had died." Cr. George slyly took out his pocket handkerchief and flicked a tear away from his eye. It is always a sad re cital, and this time it was sadder than ever before. "Bessie," the pride of the council stables, had gone aloft -gone to join her old mates at the happy hunting grounds where dust carts are unknown and the quality of the green feed is even higher than Pat Raftis can supply. 'Bessie" was a splendidly set-up grey draught mare, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 23 June 1917
Births, Marriages and Deaths. Bereavement Notices. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. GEORGE desire to return thanks for many kind expres sions of sympathy in their recent be reavement. &nbsp; 203 Lennox-st., Richmond. CAMPFIELD.-Mrs. E. Campfield and Family desire to tender their sin cere thinks to their many kind friends for their letters, cards and visits in their recent sad bereavement by the death of the husband and father, Gun ner W. H. Campfield, killed in action June 1. 89 Coppin-street, Richmond.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Mpidwinte Sa e ° Ladies are Given a Special Opportunity to Secure End of Winter Bargains Long Before Winter is Over by Coming to This Phenomenal Sale. Come! Buy and Save. If You Cannot Call, SHOP BY MAIL and Send for Sale Bill. UNUSUAL UNDERCLOTHING VALUES Ladies' Grey Fleece lined Bloomers, elastic at band and knee, Sale Price, 1/81/'2, Ladies' Creme Ribbed Wool and Cotton Combs., ? 'S. heavy quality, open fronts, binations, band of wide in sertion at neck and edged ? " embroidery, \ Sale rice, 3/11. Special Line of Ladies' Camisoles, useful and omenal Sale. Come! dainty styles, prettily trimmed lace, Swiss em-at broidery and ribbonknee, threadf'gs; worth 2/11, sertion at neck and edge1/ Sale rice, 3/11. Camisoles, useful an dainty styles, prettily trimmed lace, Swiss em broidery and ribbon DRESS MA''ERIALS. "The Admiralty Serges" All Wool, Guaranted Fast Dyes and Shrunk. Navy Blue (Estamene and Ama ranth), 42in. to 46in. Usual prices, 4/11, 5/6, 5/11, 6/6, 6/11, 7/6, 8/6 yard; Sal...
River Stars (South Richmond) v. Wattle Rovers (East Richmond). [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
River Stars (South Richmond) v. Wattle Rovers (East Richmond). Wattle Rovers, 5-14, 44 pts. River Stars, 5-5, 35 pts. Goal-kickers :-Wattle Rovers.-R. Rowe (4), P. Neason. River Stars. C. Heath (2), T. Clarke, Stanford, Gib son. Best players were:-River Stars. G. Ross, Vesper, Wilson, A. Whetton (c.), Heath, Clarke. Wattle .Rovers. Hewitt, Robinson, Rowe '(c.)" Taylor, Hddges, Neason.
Richmond Branch of Snapshots from Home League. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Richmond Branch of Snapshots from , Home League. The branch has been in existence for some eight months, but up to the present the voluntary workers con nected with the movement have re ceived very little local support, al though close on two thousand snap shots have already been taken of Richmond relatives of soldiers. At a preliminary meeting of interested re sidents held at the town hall it was decided to bring the movement under the notice of Richmond people and ask for their interest and practical sup port. The next meeting will be held in the Red Cross room, town hall, on Thursday, July 5, at 8 p.m., when all interested are cordially invited to at tend, especially relatives of soldiers. The aim of the branch is to raise funds to furnish voluntary amateur photo graphers with materials to take, free of charge, snapshots of wives, moth ers or sweethearts of men on active service. Striking . evidence is forth coming of the sentimental value of these reminders of home. A number of ...
Final Round in First Series of Lodges' Shooting Competition—Robin Hood Win the Shield. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Final. Round in. First Series of Lodges', Shooting Competition-Robin. Hood Win the Shield: The final round in the first series of the R.U.F.S. shooting competition was concluded on Saturday, and .re stilted : Robin Hood (8) 344 (S. J. Robins 68, L. Taylor 68). I.O.O.F. (15) 343 (A. Langdon 67). H.A.C.B.S. (19) 340 (F. McMahon P.A.F.S. (15) 836 (R. Lowe 67). I.O.R. (13) 335 (Miss L., Clark 69). O.S.T. (38) 331 (Miss V. Windrow 61, E. Roberts 63). : Final, aggregates:-Robin Hood 5520 (win the shield), I: O . R. Alliance 5445 (trophy. presented by associa tion), I.O.O.F. Burnley_5436 (trophy presented by association), O.S.T. (special trophy). Other aggregates are:-P.A.F.S. 5428, H.A.,C.B.S. 5397, U.A.O.D. Yarraberg 3970 (12 shoots only). ~-i . . .:: . - . . .
Little Girl With Brother at the Front Arranges Bazaar.—Small But Very Successful Affair in Old Rowing Club Building. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Little Girl With Brother at the Front Arranges Bazaar.-Small But Very Successful Affair in Old Rowing Club Building. Millie Brine, Ruth Beldon and Sa die Jarvie, three little girls, were the moving spirits behind a most successful bazaar held in aid of the Anzac Buffet Fund last Satur day. Millie Brine is the daughter of Mrs. Brine, "Inglenook," 469 Punt-rd.; Miss Jarvie, of Mrs. W. Jarvie, "Irym ple," Alexandra-avenue; and Miss Belton is also a young South Yarra girl. The bazaar was held in the old boat-house (near by) of the Richmond Rowing Club. The interior had been attractively decorated, and presented a decidedly bright appearance when doors were opened.and friends of the loyal-hearted little workers flocked in to bestow their patronage. There were two fancy stalls, a sweets stall, and a produce stall, and everything was sold. Little Miss Brine and her friends were the happiest girls in Melbourne on Tuesday,. when they went into the office of the State War Council and paid ove...
FOOTBALL. St. Ignatius School v. North Richmond State School. St. Ignatius, 21-23. North Richmond, 0-0. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
FOOTBALL. St. Ignatius School v. North.Richmond State School. St. Ignatius, 21-23. North Richmond, 0-0. Best players for St. Ignatius' were C. Answerth, P. Keary, J. Sheahan and E. McCall. Goal-kickers for St. Ignatius' were Sheahan (7), Parker (3), Answerth (2), McDowell (2), Keary, Horne, Leonard, Kenna, Dwyer, Stephens, Ferrier. Best players for North Richmond were Curtis, Jew and Jacobs. P. Keary, captain of St. Ignatius', writes:-"With reference to a para graph in last Saturday's 'Guardian,' referring to the excellence of Yarra Park State School football team over other schools, I beg to point out that on June 11 St. Ignatius' School defeat ed Yarra Park, the scores being, St. Ignatius' 5-8, Yarra Park 3-3. This was not published with the other foot ball topics in the issue of the Saturday following, and I would be glad if you would make this correction."
Carlyle Blackwell, Charlie Chaplin, Bob Harron and Smiling Doug. Fairbanks at Globe Theatre Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Carlyle. Blackwell, Charlie Chaplin, Bob Harron and Smiling Doug. Fairbanks at Globe Theatre Next Week. There is a real galaxy of the fore. most film artists in the Globe pro. grammes for next week. The inimit. able Doug. Fairbanks will create hu. mor in Flirting With Fate. He does some thrilling "stunts" in his headlong escape from supposed deadly assaults. But it all ends happily and Doug. smiles throughout the play. Carlyle Blackwell and June Elvidge are co. stars in The Social Leper, a startling World feature drama to be shown at the Globe next Monday. Events move round a mysterious murder, and excit ing incidents occur. The photography is good. On Thursday "our Mutual friend" will visit the Globe. Chaplin in The Cure is just as screamingly funny as ever, and Edna Purviance helps him to distribute the laughs. Bob Harron features in The Bad Boy, a Triangle Fine Arts film in five reels. It is the story of a juvenile delinquent who just couldn't be good. His ad. ventures in the com...