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Labor Leaders Unite with Business People in Recruiting Campaign—Only Small Attendance at Preliminary Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
Labor Leaders Unite with Business .People in Recruiting Campaign Only Small Attendance at Pre liminary Meeting. Prominent members of the Rich mond branch of the Political Labor Council stood side by side with lead ing business men of the district at a meeting in the Richmond Town Hall on TIursday night, and agreed to com bine with a view of obtaining as many local enlistments as possible in the new recruiting campaign. The Mayor (Cr. A. Fear) presided over an attendance which made up in enthusiasm what it lacked in num bers. Mr. F. G. Tudor, M.H.R., said that he had willingly responded to the in vitation of the Director of Recruiting that he should act as chairman of the Yarra campaign. He believed that a sufficient number of recruits could be obtained by persuasion without resort ing to compulsion. It was their duty to organise thoroughly and urge eligible men to enlist, but he would be against any form of economic com pulsion. A Voice: Why refer to it? Mr. Tudor; Because it has be...
Peg o' the Ring is Heroine of Latest Screen Serial.—Circus Life is Setting for New Crown Feature. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
Peg o' the Ring is Heroine of Latest Screen Serial.-Circus Life is Set ting for New Crown Feature. The latest and greatest Trans-At lantic serial photo-play is called The Adventures of Peg o' the Ring. It is a typical circus story, and commen ces at the Crown Theatre on Mon day next. It deals entirely with life in one of the big circuses, and it is full of clever acts and performances that have been especially taken for the purpose. The story is about a young circus rider who is the legiti mate daughter of the proprietor of the circus. Her mother died when she was bo:-, and as her father would not acknowledge her, she was left to the guardianshin of a cFln .i The clown was also given a letter which he was to hand over to Peg on her eighteenth birthday. This let ter tells her that her mother was se cretly married to the proprietor of the circus, and that she, as his right. ful daughter, is heir to his fortune. Meanwhile, he has married another woman, whio schemes to get rid of Peg an...
Only One Richmond Recruit So Far in New Campaign—Big Demonstration Planned for Week after Next. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
Only One Richmond Recruit So Far in New Campaign-Big Demonstration Planned for Week after Next. Henry Herbert Jerrems, 1 Bother ambo-street, stands alone as the only young man in Richmond who has at tended at the specially appointed re cruiting depot at the town hall, Bridge road, since the new recruiting cam paign opened. At this rate of going the march around Richmond of the first hundred and fifty new reinforce ments is a long way off. The first meeting of the executive of the Richmond Recruiting Commit tee was to be held last night (Friday). Consideration of plans, for pushing on the campaign in this district was to be given, and arrangements made for a big public meeting. This will take place on either next Wednesday week or next Thursday week. Special re cruiting films will be screened and Dr. W. Maloney will address the gather ing as the pictures are shown. A mili tary band .will also be in attendance. One of the principal selections will be "Somewhere a Voice is Calling." Th...
Mr. Cotter Expected to Win on First Count in Labor Selection—Poll Will Be Taken Next Saturday at Odd-fellows' Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
Mr. Cotter Expected to Win on First Count in Labor Selection-Poll Will Be Taken Next Saturday at Odd fellows' Hall. Interest in the Labor pre-selection for the representation of Richmond in the Legislative Assembly is stimulat ed by the closing of nominations. As the "Guardian" announced some time ago, Mr. Cotter's opponents will be MIr. J. M. Sheehan and Mr. J. J. McDonald. Under the rules which govern the conduct of Labor pre-se lection ballots, no addresses or state ments of views can be made by can didates, nor must their supporters at tempt to canvass for votes. There are, however, "wheels within wheels." It is generally understood that the opposition to Mr. Cotter arises from his attitude on the Early Closing of Hotels Act. HIe voted in favor of six o'clock. Though nothing definite can be stated, it is believed by leading supporters of Mr. Cotter that there is a mutual affinity between many of the supporters of Mr. McDonald and Mr. Sheehan as to how their second preference vot...
"Under the Auspices of Richmond Council" Will Be Hall-mark on Future Displays of Gymnasium Girls—Any Rebuffs Will Be Promptly Attended to by Councillors in Official Capacity. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
"Under the Auspices of Richmond Council" Will Be Hall~mark on Future Displays of Gymnasium Girls-Any Rebuffs Will Be Prompt. ly Attended to by Councillors in Official Capacity. Girls of the Richmond Municipal Gymnasium are not likely to again suffer the disheartening experience that recently befell them in connec tion with the entertainment at St. Ignatius' Hail. Tn future the council will exercise full authority for the appearance cf the girls as a mulnicipal cla.s. If bhe members of the class desire to appear at entertainments in a brivate capacity they are, of course, perfectly free to oI so. ConrLcillors are, naturally, hopeful for the future success and extension of their enter prise and are fully regardful of their responsibilities. The municipal gynm nasium is a child of their creation, and, like doting parents, they want to see to it that never again will there be any happening likely to discourage the "gym." girls or boys. Cr. Barcelo brought the matter up at the council me...
Richmond A.N.A. Urges Abolition of State Parliaments — Interest in Opening of Exhibition To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
Richmond A.N.A. Urges Abolition of State Parliaments - Interest in Opening of Exhibition To-day. The Richmond Branch A.N.A. met at the U.A. Hall, Church-street, on Thursday evening, 18th inst.. Mr. E. Turner (president) occupied the chair. Mr. W. G. Jackson reported on matters relating to the shield com petition in connection with the R.U.F.S. Rifle Shooting Association. On a motion by Mr. D. Dunlop it was decided- to nominate a team to com pete in the competition. Mr. A. B. Sweetten reported re the Metropoli tan Committee, and directed atten 'ion to the "Exhibition of Australian Primaryi Products and Manufactures" which will be opened this afternoon at ..3 o'clock. The following recom mendations to the next annual con ference were carried:-"That the con ference. urges "the State Government to establish a. fair rent court,"'moved by Mr. E. W. Carra. "That this branch considers that it,would be in the best interests of this State if the early abolition of the office of State Governor...
Recruiting Depot Opened at Richmond Town Hall.—First of Richmond's 150 Enrolled on Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
Recruiting Depot Opened at Rich mond Town Hall.-First of Rich mond's 150 Enrolled on Thursday. Lieutenant H. A. Mitchell, vho has been appointed recruiting officer for Yarra, shook hands with the first of new Richmond recruits on Thursday morning. The depot at Richmond Town Hall is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. A section of 150 men each is required from Collingwood and Richmond to make up the quota from Yarra divi sion. Richmond's "156" will be kept quite separate from that of Colling wood, and they are to be made the especial care of the Richmond citi zens. When the 150 is obtained, Richmond's recruits will march into eanp together.
Bad Man Role Suits Wm. S. Hart.—Belgium's Story and Tense World Dramas at the Richmond Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
Bad Man Role Suits Wm. S. Hart. Belgiumn's Story and Tense World Dramas at the Richmond Theatre. . WiVm. S. Hart, Louise Glaum, and other Triangle favoriLes figure in the Return of Draw Egan, to be screened at Richmond Theatre, corner Glea dell-street, opening at the matinee on Monday. It is a typical Hart play, and the. hard-faced man from the West.is in .his element in the cowboy role. Hart has reinstated Western films in public favor-with a differ ence. His cowboy .films are not a succession of impossible happenings with. a succession of break-neck gal lops and little else. They are tense dramatic stories with a real heart-in terest. ,If. there is.. gun-play, it is car ried out with such realism and adroit ness that it keeps audiences on the edge of their seats. To this order be longs the Return of Draw Egan. The independence of Belgium, a 3500ft. production, is as infdrmative as it is entertaining.. Starting with the earl iest .days- or the history of Belgium as anation, it proc...
OPEN COLUMN GYM. GIRLS' DISPLAY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
OPEN COLUMN GYM. GIRLS' DISPLAY. (To the Editor.) Sir,-I read with interest in your last issue of the "Guardian" an ac count of Father Brennan's action can celling at the last moment a display to be given by the girls of the Rich mond Municipal Gymnasium at a concert held in St. Ignatius' Hall on 8th inst. Father Brennan stated that he had no option but act as he did once the objection was made. That might be so, but i cannot understand why he should be governed by a few prudish-minded persons when hun dreds of his faithful would have wel corned the display. To Mr. Bennett's terse comment, "We regard it as an absolute insult," I add an emphatic "Amen." The girls of the gymnasium and their instruc tor, Mr. Bennett, deserve the whole hearted sympathy of every clean, wholesome-minded citizen. These girls, filled with th3 desire to help a good cause and at the same time dis play to young growing girls of the semi-invalid, hot-house type (their number is legion) the benefits derived from...
Light and Heat Let in on Council's First Meeting for New Year—Daylight Saving Does Not Prevent Them Going Home in Dark. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
Light and Heat Let in on Council's First Meeting for New Year-Day light Saving Does Not Prevent Them Going Home in Dark. Richmond Council has not yet ex pressed a collective opinion on the ad vantages or disadvantages of the Day light Saving Law, but no amount of daylight saving would prevent the council, as at present constituted, from going home in the dark. They are night-birds by nature. Commenc ing at 8 p.m. on Monday night, with the sun still high in the heavens, the all-too-powerful electric globes were lighted an hour later, and councillors sat on till 1 a.m. It can hardly be described as a good augury for the New Year, but much business had ac cumulated since councillors last shook hands on the town hall steps in the midst of an early morning December rain-storm, and some rather import ant matters came under consideration. Strong words of condemnation were used by Cr. Bell in upholding the complaint of a soldier's wife who al leged that her rentlord, Mr. J. W. Gip son, had ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
THE FIRST, MOST COMFORTABLE AND MOST POPULAR THEATRE IN RICHMOND. THE NATIONAL, BRIDGE ROAD, Near LENNOX STREET MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 30, 31, Pauline Frederick in THE MOMENT BEFORE, a 5-reel Famous Players Drama). THROUGH THE WALL (Greater Vitagraph Super-Feature Mystery Drama in Six Reels. In this Drama there is a most realistic destruction of a huge Liner by a torpedo). AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE SOME TROPICAL BIRDS (Pathe Interest). LUKE AND THE BANGTAILS (Pathe Comedy). There will be a Special Matinee on Monday Next (Foundation Day). THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, the Programme Will Include Marguerite Clarke in MOLLY MAKE-BELIEVE (Five-reel Lasky Drama). A WOMAN'S POWER (Four-reel Brady World Drama). ENGLISH GAZETTE. APAIR OF SKINS (Vim Comedy). THE LION'S BRIDE (21st Chapter of "Diamond from the Sky"). As usual, a present for every child attending the Matinee on Saturday. R OHMOND THEATRE ,BRIDGE ROAD, CORNER GLEADELL STREET Under the Management of Mr. T. M. HODGES (of t...
CRICKET. St. Stephen's v Cremorne C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
CRICKET. St. Stephen's v Cremorne C.C. Played at Yarra Park. St. Steph en's, nine wickets for 60 (T. Elking ton 16 not out, Dingle 12; Cumming two for 11) beat Cremorne, 59 (Walker 19; Symons three for 15, L. Barker three for 7) by one wicket and one run. St. Stephen's players are request ed to meet at Richmond electric tram terminus (Prince's-bridge) not later. than 2.30 to-day in view of the match against the Domain Military Camp.
Not Her Fault. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
Not Her Fault. The express was approaching a rail way bridge that spanned a deep river, and a stout old lady in one of the compartments showed signs of ner vousness. As the train went roaring across the structure she did not speak a word, but seemed to be holding her breath. "There," said a gentleman . in a neighboring seat, "we are over it safe ly." The old lady heaved an explosive sigh. "Well," she said, "if we had gone to the bottom I should have died with a clear conscience, for it wouldn't have been my weight that did it. I .bore up so that I really made the train lighter, than it would have been with out me!" Preacher: Let everyone in the congregation who desires to go to the Better Land stand up. Almost everybody rose. Preacher: Now let everybody who w-ants to go to the other pla~e otand up. ,: No oiie rose, . . ." After-- aminute or- two a man :in the back seat slowly got up and said: . : "'. "I don't particulkrly want to go to the other place, but.I a._m. wlling .o stand up...
V.J.C.A., 1st Grade. Richmond City v Clifton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
V.J.C.A., 1st Grade. Richmond City v Clifton Hill. This match was begun at Rams. den-street Reserve, Clifton Hill, last Saturday. Clifton Hill, batting first, were disposed of for 116. Freake 60, Benfield 27, Drummond 14 were the double-figure scorers. G. Pearsoi four for 29, F. Parrett three for '2i. E. Dines one for 15, J. Hook one for 21, did the bowling for City. Rich mond City, seven for 64. P. Rees 28 not out, Dr. D. Rosenberg 17 w-ere tlhe only double-figure scorers. D. Mc Kay three for 14, E. Benfield one for 1, A. Robinson one for 31. This match will be concludedi at Clifton Hill to-iay. City players are requested to catch the 2.15 train from \West Richmond.
SOLDIER PRINCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
SOLDIER PRINCESS. The startlng discovery has just been made that a Russian soldier re cently wounded in battle in Volhynia and now lying in a military hospital at Kharkoff is none other than Prin cess Volonsky. The story of the Princess, who is only twenty-two, is at once tragic and romantic. Her husband, Prince Volonsky, was killed by the Germans early in the war, and not long afterwards her father and brother were also killed. The Princess, who is of sturdy fig ure and has much determination of character, thereupon resolved to join the army as a volunteer. After cutting her hair short and dressing as a man, she enlisted in the ranks. Not until she had fought for some months on the south-western front was her sex discovered. She was then sent to Kieff to be discharged from the army, but suc ceeded in eluding the vigilance of her guards and returned to the fighting-line, where she was wound ed. e
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. Personal. Rev. Seafield Deuchar will leave on Wednesday to spend a few days in Tasmania. Mr. Frederick Tayler has returned from a pleasant three weeks' holiday at Narbethong. Mr. T. M. Hodges, father ef Mr. T. M. Hodges (National Theatre), and Mr. Bert tHodges (Yarra Park Coach Works) died yesterday at East Cam berwell. He was aged 74 years. The National Theatre was closed last night (Friday) on account of the death, but a clause in the lease ot the Richmond Theatre distinctly lays uown that it must be opened each week-night, and for that reason the theatre was opened. The National will be reopened this afternoon and to-night. Mitr. W. Hughes, of ,Mary-street, had ?reason to be pleased when he read the last issue of the theatrical journal, 'Variety." It contained a flattering reference to his daughter, Miss Olive Hughes, who is well known to many people by reason of her clever and artistic performances at various en tertainments around Mielbourne. In charge of he...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 20 January 1917
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