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THE PEOPLE OF INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
THE PEOPLE OF INDIA. The population of India is far more diverse than is generally thought. They talk about 150 different lan guages, and are divided up into forty three distinct nationalities. There are 2378 main castes besides a large number of sub-castes. There are 200,000,000 Hindus, from which, for tunately, we can draw fighting men; 60,000,000 Mohammedans, -while among the Hindus there are 50,000,000 of degraded people of no caste, whose touch, or even shadow, is supposed to cause pollution. The girls are of all sorts, bright little things with pounds' worth of gold ornaments round their necks and arms and in their ears and noses. These are Brahman children, who must. be married before they are ten and are then kept secluded in their mothers' homes till the final mar riage ceremonies are complete, when they are passed on to the houses of their mothers-in-law. A Brahman or Hindu girl has re fined features, and in figure is what the French call petite. Their car riage is erect, ...
Report Based on Assumptions Presented on Metal Cartage—Alleged Dubious Trick of a Contractor. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
Report Based on Assumptions Pre sented on Metal Cartage-Alleged Dubious Trick of a Contractor. Just as the two press representa tives had gulped down a cup of coffee and were in the act of making a bolt for the last tram to the city, Cr. Bell came Into the Mayor's room on Mon day night. It was 11.30 p m. "I wish you chaps would wait until I present a report by the surveyor on metal car tage," he said. "Why not give me a copy now? returned the "Guardian" representa tive, "it should be interesting." "Yes," replied Cr. Bell, "but it wants explaining." We agree with Cr. Bell. It DOES want a lot of explaining. It wants that much explaining that if it were printed here we would probably be the persons called upon to do the ex plaining-before a judge and jury in a libel action. It was only recently that Cr. Bell, In endeavoring to reply to criticism by Dr. D. Rosenberg on the tragic state of the Richmond streets. appended his name to an effusion which set out that the doctor had based his ...
Blow on the Nose Puts Rifleman Off Bull's Eye—Wind Against Shooters at Williamstown. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
Blow on the Nose Puts Rifleman. Off Bull's Eye-Wind Against Shooters at Williamstown. There was considerable excitement amongst riflemen at Williamstown on Saturday, when the contest between members of the Richmond Club renre senting teams selected by Captain Sadler and R. Lowe ended in a draw. A tricky wind blew over the butts all day. The Richmond men fired over the 600 yards range. A Smith, under Coach Allison, and R. Lowe, under Coach Fraser was also an exciting contest. Lowe won, but Smith, who was using a strange rifle. reo'ived a nasty cut on the none. which bled vro fusely and caused him to fall back in his score. Others to do well were: H. Irwin (4) 48, L. Allison (4) 45, W. Tones (2) 42. H. Irwin (4) 48, WT. T. Smith (3) .46.
St. Ignatius School v. Yarra Park S.S. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
St. Ignatius' School v. Yarra Park S.S. St. Ignatius' and Yarra Park met on the Richmond Ground last Satur day for the premiership of Richmond. The scores were: St. Ignatius', 4-7, 31 points. Yarra Park, 4-2, 26 points. Best players for Yarra Park were Cole, Percival, Sindrey, Topp, Kerr. Goal-kickers for Yarra Park were Cole, Goodman, Topp (2). Best players for St. Ignatius'i-Raf tis, Horne, McDowell, Keary, McCall, Goal-kickers:-Dwyer (2), McDow ell, Horne. Yarra Park, having the challenge, will meet St. Ignatius' on the Rich mond Ground at 2.30 on Wednesday.
Back from the War, Soldier Leads Richmond Bride to New Home—Battalion Colors in Brooch Notable Gift at Pretty Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
Back from the War, Soldier Leads Richmond Bride to New Home Battalion Colors in Brooch Notable Gift at Pretty Wedding. The marriage of Mr. William Regin" aid Brown, late 22nd Battalion, A.I.F., second eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. Brown, of South Melbourne, to Miss Edith Jessie Pittard, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pit tard, 90 Wellington-avenue, South Richmond, was celebrated at St. Ste pen's Church of England by the Rev. Seafield Deuchar. The bridegroom was in uniform. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore white crepe de chine trimmed with bands of ivory satin, which also formed the train, trim med with a horseshoe and sprays of orange blossom. Her veil was ar ranged over a coronet of orange blos som, and she carried a shower bou quet of azaleas, camelias and ferns tied with ribbon streamers. She was presented with three horseshoes of white satin ribbon and orange blos scm as she left the church. The bride groom's gift was a gold brooch in laid with h...
Tramway Football—Hawthorn (Swan Street) v. North Carlton. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
Tramway Football-H-awthorn (Swan Street) v. North Carlton. On Wednesday last teams repre senting Hawthorn (electric) and Norte Carlton (cable) Tramway Foot ball Teams met at the Albert Cricket Ground, St. Kilda-road, to contest a semi-final match of the Victorian Tramways Football Association. The game was very evenly contested dur ing the first half, but in the last twc quarters the more-seasoned North Carlton players had Hawthorn on the defensive for the greater part of the time. Hawthorn did remarkably well to get into the semi-finals in their first season in a competition with"old established clubs. Carlton were best served by Norris and Muro (two League plavers), Win ters, Oates, Faraday, Lee and McKen zie, while for Hawthorn Farrelly Woodford, Dougherty, Baxter, Traf ford, Scot and Barker did great work. The final scores were: North Carlton, 7-16. Hawthorn, 3-6. The game was capably umpired by Beaumont.
FOOTBALL FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
FOOTBALL FLASHES By "Scrutator." Three Years Ago! And how much further? To-day is the third anniversary of the most fateful happening in the world's history. And there will be no ball games at Richmond or elsewhere, even though they still are "going on." Matches originally listed for to-day will take place next Saturday. But the race-lords will have their big gathering at Caulfield just the same. Is it got up for the bookies? Last Saturday's match against South was a disappointment to the support ers of the yellow and black. At times they played dashing and brilliant foot ball, but their efforts were not sus tained and it takes a big push right through to win against the men from Emerald Hill. Richmond were unlucky in having to play with seventeen men during three parts of the game. Young Glee son, who had been playing good foot ball right through the season, acci dentally came into collision with Deas and broke his collar-bone. His loss was a big handicap to Richmond. The principal...
Red Cross Collections in Richmond Approach £60 for July—Work of the Honorary Collectors. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
Red Cross Collections in Richmond Approach £60 for July-Work of the Honorary Collectors. Total collections for the Richmond Branch of the Red Cross Society in July were £58 4/6. Individual col lectors' totals were:-Mrs. Kemp £10 7/-, Mrs. Bradshaw £6 13/6, Mrs. Bar celo £5 8/3, Mrs. Dunlop £4 18/8, Mrs. Lewis £4 0/6, Mrs. Nestor £3 8/10, Mrs. Wansley £3 5/10, Miss Bahn £3 5/9, Mrs. Owen £3 5/-, Mrs. Burgess £2 16/-, Miss Beissel £1 19/3, Mrs. Jaggers £1 14/2, Mr. Kemp £1 9/-, Miss Sweetman £1 2/11, Miss Snow £1 2/6, Mrs. Allanson £1 0/7, Mrs. Francis 13/-, Mrs. Strugnell 9/-, Miss Myers 8/3, Mrs. Gladstone 6/9, Mr. Gaylard 6/-, Miss Twitchett 4/7.
Melrose v. Burnley Rovers. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
Meirose v. Burnley Rovers. Melrose met Burnley for the second time this season. Rovers were with out the services of D. Dunand and Charlton, whose places were filled by Werner and H. Jones. Scores were: Burnley Rovers, 6-15, 51 points. Melrose, 3-5, 23 points. Goal-kickers for Rovers were J. Gowe, G. Caple, C. Cadman, S. Jones (2), J. McShane. For Melrose-Monger (3).
New Building Regulations in Richmond.—Minimum Frontage Made 16 Feet. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 4 August 1917
New Building Regulations in Rich. mond.-Minimum Frontage Made 16 Feet. At the meeting of the Richmond Council on Monday night it was de cided to take steps to amend the building regulations. An allotment for a dwelling-house is to have a frontage of at least 16ft., and each dwelling will have to contain not less than three rooms. Terraces of houses will be forbidden; not more than two houses built together being permitted. In view of the increased cost of materials, the council will re lax the provisions regarding materi als to be used in building or altera tions. Cr. Barcelo sought to obtain a minimum frontage of 20ft., but Mayor Fear pointed out that it would be an injustice to many holders of small al lotments between buildings. It was explained by Cr. Bowman, the chairman of the building commit tee, that there were many small allot ments of land, less than 16ft. wide, in Richmond, and it was considered that if a greater frontage than 16ft. was insisted upon an injustice would be...
Stirring Pictures of War Scenes and Incidents at the National on Monday—Mary Pi[?]kford in Less Than the Dust at Week End. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 11 August 1917
Stirring Pictures of War Scenes and Incidents at the National on Mon raav--Mary Pi'kford in Less Than the Dust at Week End. Australia in Action, the big war film, will be starred at the National .n Monday. It includes views of the fight for Pozieres ridge and the ad v,.n9e of the tanks at the Battle oi the Ancre. Several close-ups of the Australians on their way to the trenches and in the firing line are shown, so that perchance one may see a son, brother, sweetheart, or friend smiling from the screen. The men are easily recognisable. Tihe pictures were secured on the actual battlefield at great personal danger to the photographer. Clara Kimball Young, in the Seiz nick production, The Price She Paid will be the second attraction. It is -?1-ted f-mn1 q book of the same name, and outlines the problem in th? life of a young woman, used to luxuri cus surroundings, who finds hersell almost without resources. After a disastrous marriage, she determines to become an opera singer, and the d...
TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 11 August 1917
TUFTS OF TURF. Sign The Book New iRule and Regulation For the Ride to Win Brigade. But it does not cut much ice. Fahicnables of to-day who Feast on the Fruit at the Top of the Tree will not grumble, but how about the fellows whoare less fortunate? Must they be there bright ana early, too, and school anid' sool along the steeds they may seldoni hope to ride in pub lic and not get an3 thing more than a thank-you for it. Shouldn't there be some sort of a minimum fee to be paid to jo6key's who school and ride a at work but do not join in the fees at scale? : :: : - :. . Racehorse ,owners and tirainezrs ,hould not, as at :present-is often the case, expect boys to risk life and. limnb on the trainingi tracks without ade. ciuate remuner~tiori. To the credit of the .test of them, some amicable ar rangement is generally made, but there are hard shells in all ranks of society, and the profession of horse owners and trainers is not immune from' the impeachment. Some nc toriously so. SNAPPED SE...
Tanks in Action at the Globe—Enid Bennett in "A Princess of the Dark." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 11 August 1917
Tanks -in Action at. the Globe--Enid Eecnnett in "A .Princess. of ..the Dark." Australia in Action, the official war film, authorised by the Commonwealth Government, will be shown - at the Globe on Monday: The pictures, taken on the actual .battlefield, show p3ir tions of the fight- for Pozieres R·idge, and the advance of thle tanks at the battle -of Ancre. There .is huml: and tragedy, there is a grim reality that holds a terrible fascination for the 7onlooker. The views also shiow the Australians on their way to the trenches and in the firing line. In addition to this 7-reeler, The Amateur Orphani (5,000ft.) and The Luck Charm will also be screened. Enid Bennet, in A Princess of the Dark, will charm Globe patrons during the week-end. The "princess" is a little blind. waif, so called because her ro. mantic mind firmly believes ,that some day a prince in gorge3us raiment will come and lift her to his plane. Her close:t friesd, a ragged newsboy, she takes to be her prince, the sightle...
Schools Football Finish on Fire. Who Won is Question—in Yarra Park St. Ignatius' Game? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 11 August 1917
.Schools :Fotball Finish on Fire. Who Won is Question--In Yar a Parl St. Ignatius' Game?': Tremendous juvenile excitement prevailcd at the final football game bet?een Yarra Park and St. Ignatius' schools .on Wednesday: afternoon The match was to decide the holder ship of the Empire Day Challenge Shield for the seascn. How great ih, excitement, was. at the end of -tiie game we cannot picture, but we can tell of upwards of 500 boys subse quently surging in a crowd outside the "Guardian" ,office. '¶'One in, all in, was the cry,, and in they came. There was .a tremendous ,babel of argument but what it was all about one could not get a glimmer, save that there were Dratests. about Stuart Cole, the.cap tain of ;:yarra Park, being pver: 14 years of age,;-ad just;:as'vei~inent answers'by the Yarra Park boys that he was "not yet 14." They were still. arguing outside when we closed up and went home to tea, Subsequentl1 a report' ini the "Age" set down the game as a draw. This is now denied by...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 11 August 1917
THE FIRST, MOST: COMFORTABLE, AND MOST POPULAR' THEATRE IN RICHMOND. THE NATIONAL, BRIDGE ROAD, Near LENNOX STREET PROGRAM FOR MON., TUES., WED., AUG. 13, 14, 15. AUSTRALIA IN ACTION AT POZIERES arid THE ADVANCE OF THE TANKS'AT THE BATTLE OF THE ANCRE, in 7 reels. CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in a 7-Reel Feature, THE PRICE SHE PAID. AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE (Topical). .THURS., FRI. and SAT., AUG. 16, 17, 18. Also TOY MATINEE on Saturday, MARY PICKFORD in her first Art-Craft Production in 7 Big Reels LESS THAN THE DUST. ENVY, a 5-Reel Drama, featuring Ann Murdock.. This is the first of seven distinct dramatic features of 5 reels each, each portraying one of the seven sins. AFTER THE BALLED-UP BALL, 2-Reel L. Ko. Comedy, ENGLISH GAZETTE (Topical). GLOBE THEIIIATRIE, CHURCH ST. Big Star Programme Big Star Programme ORCHESTRA THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING, THE SNARL. CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "BEHIND THE SCREEN." Final Episode of STINGAREE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. MON., IT;UES., WED., and MATINEE, TUESDAY, at 3 p...
FOOTBALL FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 11 August 1917
FOOTSALL FLASHES By "Scrutator." . Richmond play Gee!cag to-day on: the Punt-road ground. Both teams, as far as the final four are concerned, are down and out, but .supporters of the teams -have still some sort' of interest in to-day's game. " The teams have met twice this season, each .side having a win to its credit, so to-day's ,match will he the deciding rubber. Gleeson; Stewart and Maybury, who are on the injured l.ist, will be re Plaqed. in to-day's team by Taylor, Alessio, Fehring and: Rudd. Here are the chosen: Backs. Bettles, Thorp, Briscoe. Half.-Backs. Burke, Hislop, Mioffatt. Centres. Hiede, Reeves, Shand.. Half. Forwards. Fehring, Rudd, Alessio. - Forwards. Albress, Fox, Taylor. Followers. SWeatherill, Herbeit, Rover. " : - Hall. Umpire-Elliott.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 11 August 1917
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CITY OF RICHMOND. ANNUAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 11 August 1917
CITY OF RICHMOND. ANNUA" ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. NORTH WARD. . The names of the Candidates nominated for the office of Councillor for the North Ward are BOWMAN, GEORGE ALEXANDER HOLTON, BENJAMIN A P611 will be taken on Thursday, August 23, at the St. Matthias' School Room, Church-street, North Rich mond, commencing at 8 o'clock in the forenoon and closing at 7 o'clock in the afternoon. C. C. BLAZEY, Appointed Deputy Returning Officer to act in room of Returning Officer.
Richmond Soldiers Everywhere LETTERS FROM BELGIUM, FRANCE, ENGLAND AND SOUTH AFRICA. LITTLE BUGLER FROM BRIGHTON STREET SCHOOL ENLISTS IN CANADA AND DIES IN FRANCE. THE WORK OF THE ANZAC BUFFET. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 11 August 1917
Richmond Soldiers Everywhere LETTERS FROM BELGIUM, FRANCE, ENGLAND AND SOUTH AFRICA. LITTLE BUGLER FROM BRIGHTCN STREET SCHOOL ENLISTS IN CANADA AND DIES IN FRANCE. THE WORK OF THE ANZAC BUFFET. Leslie E. Lee, son of the late Geo. Lee and Mrs. E. Lee, 40 Gardner- 1 streat, has been reported wounded and missing in France on July 8. "Leggo" Lee, as he was best known t to an army of friends and admirers, was one of the finest young athletes in this district. He was the star per- 1 former of the crack Richmond Central Junior Football Club, and also the cricket club. Selected to play with the Richmond Football Club, he gave some promising displays. Lee tried to enlist at the outbreak of war, but a slight physical deformity in his toes caused the examining doctors to re ject him. Such was his spirit, how ever, that he underwent an operation to comply with the medical require ments. He then got through with fly ing colors, said good-bye- to his work mates at Lewis and Whitty's, and went in...