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Traffic on Victoria Street Tram Increases.—Electric Lines Are "Feeders." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Traffic on Victoria Street Tram In creases.-Electric Lines Are "Feed ers." With the feeder of the Kew elec tric tramway continually pouring a stream of passengers out at the ter minus, business on the Victoria-st. cable line has developed remarkably. Alterations are now in view at the sheds which will provide accommoda tion for more cars. It is stated that 20 additional cars are to be put on. An application for permission to carry out the additions at the sheds has been received by the council and re ferred to the building committee.
Protestant Alliance Friendly Society.—Loyal Duke of Richmond and Loyal Mignonette (Ladies). [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Protestant Alliance Friendly Society. -Loyal Duke of Richmond and Loyal Mignonette (Ladies). There was a good attendance of members of Duke of Richmond and Mignonette lodges at the Forester's Hall, Swan-street, at last meet ing, when a dual installation of ofil cers took place. D.W.M. J. Morrison; assisted by P.W.M. Wilson, of the Port Melbourne Lodge, were the in stalling officers, and the following brothers and sisters were duly in stalled to their respective offices for the ensuing six months:-No. 27. P.W.M., Bro. G. Cole; W.M., E. E. Ma son; D.M., E. .Ridd; chaplain, E. A. Miller; secretary, J. Aldred; treas., V. Hatfield; S.E., W. J. Miller; J.E., A. Allen; I.G., A. Rose; O.G., H. King. No. 13.-P.W.M., Sister Scott; W.M., Sister Hood; D.M., Sister King; secretary, Sister Liddle; treasurer, Sister Jackson; chaplain, Sister Noble; S.E., Sister Carter; J.E., Sis ter Woolacott; I.G., Sister Reid; O.G., Brother Fisher. Subsequently a social was held, the evening being spent in danci...
Former Richmond Secretary A.N.A. Now Chairman of Metropolitan Committee.—Ex-Burnley School Teacher to be Speaker of Model Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Former Richmond Secretary A.N.A. Now Chairman of Metropolitan Committee. - Ex-Burnley School Teacher to be Speaker of Model Parliament. The Richmond 'branch A.N.A. met at the' U.A; Hall, Church-street, on Thursday evening, June 21. Mr. A. I. Roberts (president) occupied the chair. The half-yearly report and baalnce-sheets, read by Mr. J. A. Twose (auditor), were adopted. The president and members extended a hearty welcome to Mr. H. C. T. Lewis, the newly-elected chairman of the metropolitan committee. Mr. Lewis. who is a member of the Richmond branch and who acted in the capa city of secretary for 21 years, retuin ed thanks. He also reported that the A.N.A. musical and elocutionary com petitions would commence on June 30 at the Athenaeum Hall. Everything pointed to success, especially in re gard to entries. The final demonstra tion would take place at the ,Mel bourne Town -Hall. Meetings of the Model Parliament had been arranged for Friday nights. Mr. R. Aberronm bie (Oakleigh) had ...
Lady Who Had Respect of Every Miner at Broken Hill Now Successful in Richmond—Mrs. L. Supple Reforms Church Street Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Lady Who Had Respect of Every Miner at Broken Hill Now Success ful in Richmond-Mrs. L. Supple Reforms Church Street Hotel. A new broom with energy and de termination behind it can accomplish a very great deal. Mrs. L. Supple has proved it in the case of the South Richmond Hotel, Church-street. She has effected something more than a renovation of this- establishment-a reformation is a better and more de scriptive word. Mrs. Supple is a widow of more than usual charm and personality, but to those attributes is not alone due the change that has come over the South Richmond Hotel since she took charge nine months ago. She has a full knowledge of the hotel-keeping business, and that counts above everything. When she came here the South Richmond was out of favor. Her friends advised her not to take it. Mrs. Supple persisted. She could see what was required. The es tablishment was in an admirable po sition, on a main street and conven ient to a railway station,- besides be ing the nearest ...
M. Hogan New President of Richmond Hibernians—Big Sum in Sick Pay to Returned Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
M. Hogan New President of Richmond Hibernians-Big Sum in Sick Pay to Returned Soldier. The half-yearly meeting of the Rich mond branch of the H.A.C.B.S. was held on Tuesday in the Hiberniani Aus tralian Iall, Bro. F. K. McMahon in the chair. In sick pay £61 8/4 was passed for payment, including £36 15/- to a returned soldier. The follow ing officers were elected for the ensu ing term:-President, Bro. M. Hogan; vice-president, Bro. P. Martin; treas urer. Bro. K. Quin; secretary, Bro. J. C. Brady;. assistant secretary, Bro. I. E. Green; sick visitors, Bros. Lane, Geraghty, Oldman; auditor, Bro. O. Power; dispensary delegates, Bros. Strafford, McCann and Brady; metro politan council delegates, Bros. Mc Mahon, Strafford; syllabus committee, Bros. Green, Hayes McMahon, Baker and Martin; Catholic Federation dele gates, Bros. McCann and Brady. Bro. F. K. McMahon installed the officers, who returned thanks for electing them to their respective positions. Next meeting is on Tuesday, June 26....
Australian Girl Succeeds in Filmdom.—Charming Enid Bennett's First Picture at National Next Week.—Charlie Chaplin in The Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Australian Girl Succeeds in, Filmdom. -Charming Enid Bennett's First Picture at National Next Week. Charlie Chaplin in The Cure. Enid Bennett, the charming West Australian girl who played with Fred Niblo during his Australian tour, stars in The Little Brother, to be screened at the National next week. Thos. H. Ince supervised the produc tion, which is as nearly perfect in pho tographic and scenic effects as any five-reeler from Inceville. Enid takes the part of a little street waif who dons trousers and the name of Jerry, and sells papers for a living. The other newsboys fight her, and the row lands them into the children's court. In this court Jerry is paroled in charge of a "big brother," Frank Girard, who pledges himself to do all he can to help the "boy." Jerry helps Girard in his chemical experi ments, eager to serve her hero. Later; he is sent to America, and places Jerry in a boys' boarding-school. Her secret is discovered, and she is trans ferred to the girls' side of the in...
Court Robin Hood Members Recognise Athlete's Services—P.C.R. Honors to Popular Member. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Court Robin Hood Members Recognise Athlete's Services-P.C.R. Honors to Popular Member. Members of Court Robin Hood held another of their many good fellowship gatherings at the Foresters' Hall on a recent evening, when P.C.R. honors were conferred upon Les. Netherton. In making the presentation, which took took the form of a handsomely framed certificate surrounded by the photos of the officers of the court, Chief Ranger Cottrell referred to the able manner in which Bro. Netherton had carried out his duties. During the interval, Secretary J. S. Macder mott called upon Mr. Joe Stokesbury, and on behalf of members of the court, presented him with a handsome dressing case. It was a small token in recognition of the assistance freely given by Mr. Stokesbury and his son at various athletic nights held by the court. Dancing was resumed and en joyed until a late hour. A musical programme was under the direction of Bro. A. Mackenzie, and was contri buted to by little Edna Cottrell, Les. Neth...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK Committee Inspect West Ward.—Many Requirements Outlined in Report to Council. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
TOPICS OF THE WEEK - Committee Inspect West Ward. Many Requirements Outlined in Report to Council. Following upon Cr. Robinson's new I bbroom dust-up regarding the condition of the West Ward, the City Improve ment Committee have made an in spection,. and submitted a report to the council. Apparently they were somewhat surprised'to see officially the condi -tion of the streets. Ordinary citizens. have been well aware of the crying need for action for many a day. To judge by the report, the council has -also at last awakened. The report }draws .the. attention of the surveyor to- many requirements w.ith a view. 'to improvement, or, failing that, a further report. Work is needed in practically every street in the south west corner of the city, and there are Such references as "Path dangerous in Cameron-street"; "Ellis-street, load of tarred screenings to fill up dangerous holes' near the channel"; "Drainage, Cameron and Church sts., water .dammed back during heavy rainfall," and so fort...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
The Name On Shirts, Collars or Pyjamas is a clear indication of your preference for the best in value and quality. Made by PEARSON, LAW LTD., Richmond, Victoria. ......... A lI h t o oe L o .O 132 Bridge Road W erirsGs ,to OHave Enlarged Their the market this year we have been successful in obtaining a range of novelties, including a large supply of Electro-plated and Antimony Goods, Trinket Boxes, etc., Toilet and Trinket Sets, also Dinner and Tea Services in great variety. GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ALL KINDS OF PICTURE FRAMING DONE ON THE PREMISES. 'Phone: Central 5263. SPIAL WATCH OUR WINDOWS P"IA LNE And at 480 r dge Road, near Burney treet • :? A?i(;' a 48 Bridg Roa, a- .,r ..e' ^@t; ýJ' ý F4ý 1 n _ y . .ft ýt RJ -lk~:f '--lr ý .N .y^-f ':i:I Q-ý-"ý`t ý -.in_ =:'_r _ . ý t frY.'_ -; r'.,!'. _ _ s d v 'yp,,,ýr.. ý , 7.:: ~i ý .?ý a' .ý.r :~ýý. _ _ '+IdV-a . fý.. ?"ý: ~~ r + afa c tea,~ . s _f. a+Wý Cr y+ tli * ,OOSI+RpaOrprG"?OýO ý fGý"(O~~ ýOr 0y*yM +Oa +r+ ýý . f1 KLOOOO...
Australian Women's Association—Richmond Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Australian .Women's Association Richmond Branch. The half-yearly meeting of the branch held at the Dispensary Hall was well attended. Two members of the Board of Directors were present, Mrs. Fosset and Mrs. Threlkeld. Four new members were elected and given a hearty reception by Mrs. Fosset. Mem bers were reminded that next meeting night, June 11, an indoor picnic will he held. As a result of the ballot, the following office-bearers were elected and installed by Mrs. Threlkeld: Ex-pres., Miss Evans; pres., Miss Rob erts; vice-pres., Miss Taylor; treas., Miss E. McAuley; secretary, Miss Grant; assistant secretary and press correspondent, Mrs. W. G. Jackson; auditors, Miss Blair, Miss M. McAuley; committee, Misses Baker, Ada.Evans, M. Pittard, E. Evans, Mrs. N. J. Ed wards. The new syllabus will be ar ranged next meeting on June 11. Any member having an item should attend or forward to the secretary.
Stones From a Glass House.—Reproving Council Is Reproved. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Stones From a Glass House.--Re proving Council IS Reproved. 'When the secretary of the Board of Public Works wrote a letter In re ply to a complaint by the Richmond Council he must have smiled. The note .didmniore than deal with the ctifincil? iplaint; it gave them a quiet little jog about a matter over which they?r:havoe.., control. Perhaps the board wished to remind the Rich tnond fathers of the proverb anent VSPeople who live in glass houses," -etc - Complaining of the "insanitary and btagnant condition" of a pool of water on the Yarra bank at the foot of -Cubitt-street, the council recently wrote to the board that the pool was -due to Yarra Improvement work. At .the last meeting the answer was re ceived. The secretary advised the council "that a departmental engin eer has inspected the pool, and re ports that it cannot 'e fairly regard ed as stagnant or insanitary. The department does not consider any action justified pending the resump tion of the Yarra improvement scheme." The...
STORING POWDERED COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
STORING POWDERED COAL. " Iii soine"places w vhere experiments have::been..made in using powdered coal. for fuel, trpubles have, been en-. countered from fihe- po~~ider.;ia?~g or packing in storage, but it has been found that if it is permitted to,-cool. off,.'after -the drying and pulverising process, and before it is put in stor age, large quantities can be kept in a satisfactory condition. .. . . . " . . ..
Record Payment in Richmond Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Record Payment in Richmond Rates. When the Richmond Council meets In the town hall on Monday night it will be reported by the finance com mittee that the payment of rates up to June 11 was a record in Richmond's history. The total collectable amount was £33,961, and the amount paid in to the date stated was £30,854, repre senting 92.27 per cent. Last year the collectable amount was £33,748, and the total sum paid up to June 11 was £30,854, or 91.42 per cent. The rate collectors, Messers. Syle and Vesper, will now make an effort to speed up ratepayers with outstand ing accounts. The council estimates to receive 98 per cent. of the total collectable amount by September 30.
WELDING ALUMINIUM TO DISSIMILAR METALS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
:WELDING ALUMINIUM-TO DISSIMILAR METALS. It is only recently that there has been evolved a welding compoundi for aluminium, which' successfully joins that metal to. copper and brass, with out the use, of flux. It is claimed for this compound that it does the work of welding aluminium in one-fourth the time and. cost of .acetylene weld ing... No.. special tools are required aside from:the -usual gasoline torch.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
NUIJRSE COWAN Has Removed from -2 ?-GPPS STREET TO.? 75 Mary St., Richmond Ar. .. W. HIPST 131 Swan St., Richmond RECORDED YV THE DENTAL BOARD OF V'CbtrA.A (Pupil. of. Anne Williams). TEACHER OF VOICE PRODUCTION AND SINGING. Soprano Vocalist, Open for Engagements. 10 WANGARATTA -ST.,. RICHMOND. Receives PUPILS for DRAWING & PAINTING. SKETCHING. FROM NATURE. .STILL LIFE. MODEL . DRAWING (Private Lessons). Saturday Afternoon Class. STUDIO: ;Al..EN'S .(Picture Frame Maker), Corner. of BRIDfGEC ROAD and LENNOX ST., RICHMOND. Prospectus on Application. MISS ANNIE GREENLAW. D.M.8.V.., (Holding Diploman and. Certiflcate fromii Musical S'ociety of-Victoria), SREOEIVES .PUPILS ;FOR.' . PIANOFORTE AND-HARMIONY. Glen's, Collins Street. "Myrtle Villa," 12 CHARLES ST., IEI. -RICHMOND. Pupils prepared for :11l examinations. JI H. HALL PORK BUTCHER HAS Ret?~ned t SWAN ST. After an absence of .some years, Mr. J. H.-HALL, who established and controlled the well-known Pork Butchery business, ...
Free Kindergarten at North Richmond Performs Valuable Work—Caring for Children Till State School Years Arrive. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
Free Kindergarten at North Richmond Performs Vaiuable " Work--Caring for Children Till State School Years Arrive. The Boroondara Free Kindergarten, established at St. Matthias' School room, Chui:chstreet, North Richmond, takes its name from. the Boroondara district, whose residents form the committee and support it by subscrip tions and donations. Opened by Her Excellency, Lady Helen Munro-Fergu son, it has under the guidance of the directors, Miss Barker and MIiss Gil christ, assisted by a staff of voluntary helpers, justified "its existence as an educational and social centre in North Richmond. The number of children from, three to six years on the roll is now 70; with an average at tendance of 50. The older children occupy the large schoolroom, and the interested, happy faces : show that play under trained supervision can be of the utmost value in training the infant mind. The baby room, with its group of tiny tots so absorbed in their well ordered games, is an object lesson to m...
News from Mesopotamia A DOCTOR'S INTERESTING LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
News from. Mesopotamia A DOCTOR'S INTERESTING LETTER. Writing to relatives here on April 1, a young doctor from Wellington (N.Z.) gives an interesting account of affairs in Mesopotamia, where many Australian troops now are: :"We are still camped up river," he says, "about 25 miles from Bagdad, and lead a pretty inactive life. There are, of course, the usual outpost du ties to be done, but they don't affect me, at least from a military point of view. Of course, I am direct ly interested from the 'larder' point of view, being president of the Mess Club, in seeing that all Arabs ap proaching our outposts with produce and live stock of the country are di rected towards me. The other day one such was caught crossing our front carrying a fine consignment of fish. He was led before me and im mediately fell upon his .knees, kissing my hands and jabbering (I suppose) a prayer for mercy. However, his fears soon subsided when I produced some glittering silver pieces, but only to reappear when ...
IN SINIA. AUSTRALIANS IN THE DESERT. HISTORIC GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 30 June 1917
IN SINIA. AUSTRALIANS IN THE DESERT. HISTORIC GROUND. By W. M. Carne, in Sydney "Morning, Herald." Here I lie in my. corner of the cluster of palm-leaf and grain-bag shelters (?) which make our bivouac. A sandstorm rages outside, but the flies and I have fairly good protection from my ground sheet, and only the finest of sand-flour. comes sifting in. As for the. flies,: I have smoked nu merous cigarettes with doubtful re sults, so have 'decided to allow the flies undisturb'ed tenancy, for to me there are decided limits to the smok ing of "Flag"" or "Red Hussars," or whatever may be the latest name of the Army issue cigarettes. It is a wonderful old place. Here Joseph passed, a captive slave, to the greatness that came to be his. Here came. his.,brethren, wandering tribesmen seekinlg food in Egypt. :Here came. Jacob and his people over landing their herds and flocks' to Lnt·. land of Goschen, somewnerd about the present town of Zagazig; there to multiply and wax rich and great; then ...