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Tooth Paste Tubes and Other Tins and Metals to Be Put to Use—Town Hall as Receiving Depot in "Don't Waste" Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

Tooth Paste Tubes and Other Tins and. Metals to Be Put to Use-Town Hall as Receiving Depot in "Don't Waste" Campaign. Showing the results to be achieved by the exercise, of thrift, and at the same time winning support for the fund to purchase comforts for our soldiers, the Lady Mayoress' Pat riotic League has established receiv ing depots wherein many articles and materials which are generally thrown away may be treated and converted into marketable and money-earning products. The wants of the branch include: Metals-tooth paste tubes and other collapsible tubes, tin foil from cigar ettes and sweets, lead foil, tea chest lining, lead piping, lead bottle tops, etc, copper, old visiting card plates, wire, scrap, etc., brass door .plates, pieces of old silver lining of cases, tin clippings. Tins (must be clean and in usable condition)-petrol, kerosene (also cases), oil drums, bis cuit, treacle, jam, fruit, etc., Clever 1 Mary, Brasso, Shinoleum, any lever Stop tins, Kiwi and Nugget poli...

Publication Title: Richmond Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Famous Novel Told in Film.—Anita Stewart in The Girl Philippa at National on Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

Famous Novel Told in Film.-Anita Stewart in The Girl Philippa at National on Monday. Among the best works of Robt. W. Chambers, the American novelist, is The Girl Philippa; indeed, many con tend that it is his masterpiece. The action takes place in the once lovely region of Northern France, where the author spent some of his earlier artist days. It is a tale of thrills and romance, of love and war. Anita Stewart, as Philippa, gives a good in terpretation of Chambers' heroine, but is somewhat handicapped by the vast difference in temperament. The other roles are well carried out Wildresse, the super-spy; Warner, the gentleman artist, and young Halkett, the Secret Service messenger, stand ing out conspicuously. There are soCne good scenes of the bombard Trents and hand-to-hand fighting, while special care has been taken to have the scenery as much like the beautiful Sais country as possible. The tale offers plenty of scope for humor, also some unusual characters. One of the most apepa...

Publication Title: Richmond Guardian
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Trouble at Butcher's Shop When Husband Calls.—Fine on Offensive Behavior Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

Trouble at Butcher's Shop When Husband Calls.-Fine on Offensive Behavior Charge. That her husband was a bully and she left him but he followed her to her place of employment and abused her employer was stated by Hester Auld in evidence at Richmond Court on Monday. John Kirkpatrick Auld was fined £2 in default 14 days' im prisonment, with £1 14/6 costs, on a charge of having behaved in 'an offensive manner. Mr. L'Estrange ap peared for the wife. Hester Auld said that she had been away from her husband for the last three months, and was now employ ed at O'Brien's butcher shop in Bridge-road. She had been married to defendant for 15 years, and there were three children. On. July 17 her husband came to O'Brien's shop and declared that she was carrying on with O'Brien. There was not an atom of truth in the statement. She had been in terror of her husband. On one occasion he took out his razor and, fastening his strop to the bed post, threatened all sorts of things, and frightened the chi...

Publication Title: Richmond Guardian
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Only a Little Flag - But It's Australia's Flag and is Expected to Realise £50,000 and £2,000 to the Winner. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

Lirtle a -i6e H - Xt's A tralia&' Fag and Is r3xpectod to LeaiHce £ 50,000 asd £2,000 to the Winner The Fkag oru ~abo are Figtihtin for, Which is Wow Going to Fight for'eThem . T. Senator E. D. MILLEN (Minister in Charge of Repatriation), Mr. P. W. TEWKSBURY and PRIh E MINISTER W. M. HUGHES.. -Mr. E. Solomon has offered to buy the flag for £2000 from the winner. The Autographed Flag, containing the signatures of 23 celebrated men, has a big tack before it to raise £50,000 for the benefit of permanently dscabled Australian soldiers, but in view of the enthusiasm with wvhich the matter has been taken up on all sides, the aim should *be easily accomplished. The art union has the approval of the authorities and a share may be purchased for 2/-. Picture by C. J. Frank.

Publication Title: Richmond Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

On Shirts, Collars or Pyjamas ! is a clear indication of your preference for the best in value and quality. Made by S PEARSON, LAW LTD., Richmond, Victoria. {:. I ,. y` aý": "~of 132 Birkdge Road j _ _Have Enlarged Their THIS IS THE SHOP. viously occupied by the Richmond Importing Company at WEaeiem Corner of Lennox St. and Br~dge kd. WE are direct importers Iof Glassware, Cutlery, Fancy Goods, Ornaments, Clocks, Etc. ALTHOUGH there is a great shortage In 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. We have a great variety of Picture Framing Material on hand, having bought largely before the war; this being so, customers i ' 0? have a choice of variety to select from. Pn tr2 WE HAVE JUST OPENED A HUGE CONSIGNMENT ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

THE FIRST, MOST COMFORTABLE, AND MOST POPULAR THEATRE IN RICHMOND. THE NATIONAL, BRIDGE ROAD, Near LENNOX STREET MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 31, AUGUST 1, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Roberts). .:..::.... ..:: 4~?2. BITH E G IR PHILIPPARE (-reel Vitagraph Drama). ENGAUSTRALIASH GAZETTE (Topical). Roberts). . THE CRIMSON DOVE (Five-reel World's Drama). - . BOMBS AND BOARDERS (Two-reel Unic Comedy). ENGLISH GAZETTE (Topical). TTURDA',FRDY....UDA, CHURCH ST. Big Star Programme Big Star Programme ORCHESTRA THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING, THE PINCH HITTER. STINGAREE. (Part 10). MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, RISE OF SUSAN (Featuring Clara Kimball-Young, 5000 feet World Drama) PADDY O'HARA (5000 feet). ORIENTAL LOVE (2000ft. Triangle). THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MILLIONAIRE VAGRANT (featuring Charles Ray, 5000 feet Triangle). STINGAREE (Part 11). Pianiste, Violet Melvin. VIOLET MELVIN Will Receive and Visit Pupils after July 31. Address: GLOBE THEATRE, or 168 LORD STREET, RICHMOND. Fees...

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CROWN HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

CROWN HIM. Sunday School Teacher: Crowns of glory are given in heaven as rewards for good people.. Now, tell me,:- who villt get the biggest crown?: Little Billy: Him what's:got the big gest head.

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Richmond Rowing Club Decide Pair-Oared Races. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

Richmond Rowing Club Decide Pair Oared Races.. The Richmond Rowing Club held pair-oared races last Saturday for trophies presented by Mr. J. Jeffrey. Six crews entered. Messrs. E. Jones and G. Hutton officiated as starters and Mr. Alf Wood judged the races. Results were: First heat-T. Jenkin and L. Mc Cann beat R. Jenkin and S. Llewellyn. Second heat-S. Turnbull and A. Cornish beat G. Hutton and A. Keogh. Third. heat-G. Grey and J. Day dead-heated with D. Jenkin and F. Jones. In the row-off G. Grey's crew won by s:x inches. Semi-final-T. Jenkin's crew beat S. Turnbull's crew. Final-G. Grey's crew beat T. Jen kin's crew.

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THE LAUGHING MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

THE 'LAUGHING MOON. The moon came out?thli a smile last night, A cloud. Jike- a gri e??its silver face;::. Packed -round with the rest ofs:the -web, spun white 'By an unseen loom- int an iunseen place. 'And" I saidi: "0 Moon with the rag ged .smile, :As.: you jest o'er mountains -and smirk.o'er seas,:. What monster joke, does :each: -light :. -washed mile iYield you of its unveiled mysteries?" And the moon leaned fortid from~its gracious skies, ,"I c',an- see a land full of broken things. That-look -up to me with their;strange. :dead eyes . . ::.. And I needs must -laugh ati the sport of king"s!' --M. Forrest "in .the ."Tr jad." The greatest living. -optist- must. =be :writing the officialGermanreports. New . York Sun-." -

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OUR SPECIAL SELECTIONS. Moonee Valley To-Day. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

OUR SPECIAL SELECTIONS. Moonee Valley To-Day. Hurdles. Dunacles or Colonel Light. Next: Pistolier. High' Weight Handicap. Merri Dora or Veronal. Next: Lindean. Steeple. Renong. In his absence: Union Arms or'Buick. Valley Handicap. Pochee. Next: Dueler or Coquetdale. Jumpers' Flat. Wondergraph. Next: Earlborn or Socotra. Welter. Warflame or Chance Elite. Next Marshada.

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MORE WAR ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

MORE-:' WAR: ECONOMYIQ? ,:? "Peramnibultor; cheap, for ash; as new; cost £9 15/-;. receipt. shown; owner getting. rid .of baby."-Birming ham "Daily .Mail." The fair and gentle city of Sydney: has been manifesting herself :in her old accustomed ' way. Two festive' young gentlemen, when requested to pay their tram-fares, deemed. it a' more joyous thing to. smite the tram. conductor. Well was it written thaf fools rush in where Bill Lang fears to tread.. Fortune was not playing speaks with the festive young gentle men that evening, for she turned them and their little jokes loose on the champion amateur boxer of the I tramway service-and they breed 'em pretty tough in the Gentle City. When the _conductor had pursued his inten tions to the final and ultimate con clusion, he joyously paid into his bag: two pennies froni. his own private; store, and murmured that it was the best twopenn'orth he'd hkd for many, a day.-"Table Talk."

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ANOTHER VAMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

SANOTHER VAMPIRE. A man there was, 'and' he. sought long Just in ,the masculine ?' ay i For a sweet white soul.in a body fair, .And he built a house and. he' set her there,. : - .. :. . 1 And he made believe 'twas .a -house' of prayer Just in the masculine way. He took her soul and he cast it by In the usual masculine way She learned of man's love, that 'tis born to die,. That lips of love are oft lips that lie, And how: from an altar a man will fly For this is the masculine way. iSo she hid the. soul of her out ::of. . sight Out- of:his masculine way ,For the woman man loves is the; woman light, l And FLESH, not :SPIRIT, is .man's:. delight, And if tears there were, they were. shed at night- Out of his masculine way. With blood of..her body his. child she bore For this is . the woman's way, And though light in *her life may shine no more, Her. lips are his as they were of yore, Though. her heart is dead as never - before For-.this. is the woman's way. A man there was. and .he never...

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The Gallant Dead. A CEREMONY IN HONOR OF THE BRAVE. (Special from British War Office.) [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

The Gallant Dead. A CEREMONY IN HONOR ;OF " ~+ BRAVE. (Special from British War Office.) The regiment had landed with 'the original expeditionary force which had .been at Mons and -the :battles: of the retreat and advance-at -Le Cateau and Cambrai, at the Marne and Ypres-it had fought with honor and nobly maintained the traditions won centuries ago over the same ground; and though its losses had. been severe, it still retained some semblance of its original formation. Then came .the "twenty-fifth : of. Sep tember," and of the men .who..march ed gaily out of camp the night -before: the battle, to take over the assembly, trenches, only. a fraction returned. New drafts, including many old. ex-, peditionary force men, quickly brought the _establishment up to' strength, but the havoc of the Menin road had shaken the battalion, and the loss of many tried comrades in arms pressed heavily on the spirits' of the -survivors. . The regimental rest camp lay by the side. of the Ypres road.. Some...

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Richmond's Pioneer Army ALL WHO ARE LEFT OF THEM STILL FIGHTING IN FRONT. A CALL TO GIVE A SPELL TO THE MEN WHO STORMED GALLIPOLI. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

Richmond's Pioneer Army ALL WHO ARE LEFT OF THEM STILL FIGHTING IN FRONT. A CALL TO GIVE A SPELL TO THE MEN WHO STORMED GALLIPOLI. Of the two thousand young men from Richmond who enlisted before :he attack on Gallipoli, and the great majority of whom took part in that ill-fated venture, only a mere handful now remain in the ranks. The files of this paper tell a story unparalleled by the newspaper for an, other city in Australia. Stored on shelves and carefully indexed in this office are the zinc blocks taken from the photos of over 200 soldiers from this district, and which have been utilised to show to the people who were our heroes-those who gave all for us. Many others-hundreds of them have returned so seriously woundel that life's fight for them must for ever be uneven lapped, and the handicaps -f their self-sacrifice must be borne too, by hundreds of others of heroic men who, spared in battle, were stricken lown by illness or disease, the result ,f the terrible conditions and t...

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. • . The British Royal Family -has changed its name to the House of Windsor. Now we are bound to win, -sir With gun -.in hand, a proud grin- on his face, His shoulders bowed with strings of bloody game, He stands before the clean hills and .the -sky, And poses for his portrait. Such is fame! -"Rawhiti"' .in N.Z.- "Triad." Reported that the Kaiser is also contemplating ,a change in his .fam ily. name. Hohenzollern is. not. a true description. If the war goes on much -'longer 'Ohen-cohen' would be more accurate! : SSays a-- proniinent Melbourne pa'r son:-"I. tell .you' that limited: famiiil ies at -a time -like this '-mean racial ruin. The :perambulator must.: be in every home. No perambulator, no :prosperity.". Yes, wheel or woe! The Kaiser's original programme ran something. like this:i 1. Opening Orationi, "A .Scrap of Paper" . HOLLWEG 2. Overture, "The :Capture of Bel gium" KAISER 3. Song, "Toi Calais We ..Will' :.Go" VON KLUCK 4. Recitation, "Paris -Looks Goo...

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"JUST A FEW DAYS LATE" FATHER ENLISTS, BUT HIS SON IS KILLED BEFORE HE ARRIVES A LETTER FROM OLD BAGDAD. ECHOES OF THE WAR FROM FRANCE AND ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

"JUST A FEW DAYS LATE" FATHER ENLISTS, BUT HIS SON IS KILLED BEFORE HE ARRIVES A LETTER FROM OLD BAGDAD. ECHOES OF THE WAR FROM FRANCE AND ENGLAND. In a long, white ward among many other broken and bleeding men at the Caulfield Military Hospital. Pri vate Reginald Penn, of Burnley, is hoping for the day soon to come when he will have sufficiently recovered to get out and about again and return to the wife and two children who have waited and prayed for him since he sailed away to the war over 2l,½ years ago. He is a son of well-known East side residents, Mr. and M3rs. Peter Penn, of 7 Mitchell-street. Reg. Penn was one of the first to go. and he fought in Gallipoli, Egypt and France. There he was wounded, ,and while in hospital and convalescing was offer ed a position at the base. He pre ferred to go back to the front and was again wounded. Penn tells a very simple story as this last act of his on the field of battle. 'It was at Pozieres; a shell burst among a party of men with whom...

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AN OPTICAL ILLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

AN OPTICAL ILLUSION. "Dear, your frock looks shorter!" "Yes, darling, I think it must be. .. I notice that when I wear it the men look longer." The enemy counter-attacked at Miecziszczow, because the Russian Army Corps, by forcing -the Zlota Lipa, exposed the Austrian line to very great danger. The Rusians re pelled the counter-attacks, but did not press their advance. A German official -message intercep ted on Friday afternoon stated:-"An artillery battle has 'developed be tween Zborow and Bzrezany. The Russians are also lively at Zlyzyn, Brody, and Smorgon."-Cable. Galicia's a terror With its wild, outlandish names; Our jaws get dislocated And our temper quickly flames. Old Przemysl was a beauty, Though a trifle o'er the fence, Bzrezany and Zwyzyn Make the average chap feel dense; But have you heard the latest? We will try and say it now There's been a deal of scrapping Just near Miecziszczow. We leave our cosy blankets As daylight starts to dawn, And snatch a sopping paper From t...

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TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

TUFTS OF TURF. , i:i ie Bung c,.:n: to be Synonomous. J?-l *;i-en Connolly's hurdler looks 0to i:v ii-something happens to up T:e L-'.minngton Hurdles was a ,:!, o; let -u-all-at-it affair, and the o!isio"n in the air robbed Bundong of ';:i hiat would have been meritori ,n'. ~:lgh to send him to a prohibi ,?,p Ir:ce for the big three and a half e- n?!n Saturday. "'.-. is. the gee that has yet to win S;it; race. let alone a big one, is at ,,,. :. a pirice as he was before thq ;;i:i.tcn event, where Merunqua's i *,' in the way-after that blow. i:".. iow: but there won't be any . u. ndong is more likely to a.. ??, drift. . . n::' many folk are inclined to .:. ,;: Mostyn after his run-away .,i :i ~ln1 Doutta Galla, but accord S.. :.ihat Harry Treen said at the p.- '- patty, he would look elsewhere ;'':,- -inner. "I think I will win on i, \i!;;indi at Caulfield again; any iw. i i)e so," he said. "What price ,.: ,r th!e double?" put in a younger n:i'ii of the stick-on brigade. "Ah ' :,:,i...

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THE MORNING COLD PLUNGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

S'THE MORNING COLD 'PLUNGE. The warm, cosy .bed. The turn over. The desperate me-tligr struggle to -overcome the will :power. The sudden resolution to get ~lp..' The wild leap out 'of bed:. !" I The gooseflesh on the back. - .The turn of the faucet. 'The fatal riubber plug.. ":';' .The look of the inflowing water. - The hasty shave:'. The missing towel: - - The trip to get it. The return. • The singing bath tub. ,The deadly sponge:. The long 'bending over. The manly sprinkle. on the- neck :an'd ; shoulders. : The shudder.:. The retreat. The- retuirn. The horrible plunge. The brisk rubbing. The discordant song. The returned ego. The proud boast that it is second na ture now. Occasionally' one meets with clever characters who live upon hospitals. To a hospital' where I was house-sur geon came a man with a large tumor at the lower end of the thigh-bone. He was admitted as an. in-patient, as it was obvious that he could not be cured unless the tumor was removed :by operation. After cons...

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Cloak of Anonymity Covers Identity of Slanderous Woman. — Police Seeking for Writer of "White Feather" Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 28 July 1917

Cloak of Anonymity. Covers Identity of Slanderous Woman. - Police Seeking for Writer of "White Feather" Letter. Trembling, not with fear, but with indignation, a young man residing in Church-street, called at the "Guar dian" office and, placing a letter be fore us, asked that it be read. It is about as scurrilous a thing as w-as ever sent through the post. To mini mise the risk of detection, the writer nad printed the contents in capital letters. The young man was branded as a shirker, a cold-footer, and other things calculated to arouse a feeling the reverse of pride. The writer sug. gested her motive by attempting to excuse herself' from being target to the explanation that jealousy was her motive. "Don't think that," she said; "I have never been out with you; I wouldn't go out with you; I wouldn't be seen in your company." It was signed "A Woman of Forty but Who Wishes she was a Man of Thirty." So much for the letter. It is the fourth similar missive-missile is the better word-ai...

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