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Bowls—Richmond Union Near the "Nick" To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 3 March 1917

Bowls-Richmond Union Near the "Nick" To-day. Richmond Union C Team play Co burg at Coburg to-day. Richmond Union will be represented" by: 1. Cairncross, Bahn, Juncken, Smith (capt.). 2. Smith, MIadden, Sullivan, Molyneux (capt.). 3. Devine, Flor ant, George, McNaughton (capt.). Motor cars will leave the green at 1.45. Competitions are now in full swing for trophies presented by Messrs. Molyneux and Cairncross, and some keen and interesting games are the order of the day. Richmond Union C. having won Stheir section, are now one of four for the pennant. The other clubs are Alma, Elsternwick, Hawthorn.

Publication Title: Richmond Guardian
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Red Cross Organiser Appeals to Richmond Women for Greater Interest and Co-operation—Nearly 40,000 People in This City but Only 20 Women Attend Soldiers' Help Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 3 March 1917

Red Cross Organiser Appeals to- Rich. mend Women for Greater lntereo~ and Co-operation -,-Nearly 40,000 People in This City but Only 20 Women Attend Soldiers' Help Meetingo. Mrs. Florence E. Blazey, hen. organ iser for the Richmond branch of the Red Cross Society, writes:-"Now that the holidays are over and school work resumed, may I invoke your aid in calling upon the women of Richmond to join the local Red Cross Society and help those few who have been working sinde its inception. Oft times they have felt discouraged by the poor atten'dance at the work-day parties which are held at the town hall every Wednesday from 10.30 till 5, and at which a cordial welcome awaits any resident who will volunteer to sew. All materials are provided all that is asked for is labor. After noon tea and tea at luncheon is serv ed at Id. Out of a population of 37,000 not more than 20 women are to be seen working there, and these are the same twenty women every time Sure ly this cannot be said to be rep...

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Richmond Ladies' Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 3 March 1917

Richmond Ladies' Rifle Club, Richmond Ladies' Rifle Club met on Wnednesday night, the highest scores being:-Mrs. Pearson 70, Miss D. Capewell 70, Miss N. Jones 70, Miss I. Clark 69, Miss N. Jungwirth 69, Miss M. Jungwvirth 69, Mrs. Barnard 68; Miss O. Hughes 68. •. ..

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WHERE RICHMOND WINS THE FIGHTING LINE IN FRANCE AND EGYPT. HORSE TRAINER'S STORY OF A DESERT BATTLE. WOUNDED SOLDIERS' APPRECIATION OF RED CROSS WORK. SAD DEATH OF LIEUT. W. G. HENNESSEY—A BRILLIANT RICHMOND BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 3 March 1917

WHERE RICHMOND WINS THE FIGHTING LINE IN FRANCE AND EGYPT. HORSE TRAINER'S STORY OF A DESERT BATTLE. WOUNDED SOLDIERS' APPRECIATION OF RED CROSS WORK. SAD DEATH OF LIEUT. W. G. HENNESSEY-A BRILLIANT RICHMOND BOY. Richmond's casualties this week in ,lude: Killed in Action. Lieutenant. W. G. McD. Hennessey. Private E. A. Clark. Died of Wounds. Private H. Williams. Severely Wounded. Private C. Aitken. Wounded. L.-Corporal L. N. Peel. Enlistments from Richmond this week include:-J. W. Leighton, W. J. Perkins, J. S. J. Canavan, W. H. A. Penn, A. Wilson, H. Taylor, J. Armstrong, C. F. Moss, J. W. C. Espie, A. Henderson, A. H. Treble, J. H. Parker, F. H. Strahan, F. E. Cooper, H. Hall, J. B. Irving, J. R. Maxwell, W. Maxwell. Another young Australian Duntroon officer-a Richmond boy-has fallen at the front. News has been receivee that the Rev. David Hennessey's young est son, Lieutenant Wynnum Groon McDonald Hennessey, was killed i action in France on February 10. H( was twenty-one years of...

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UNION JACK (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 3 March 1917

UNION JACK (Continued). Trooper C. Carter, formerly con nected with the racehorse training es tablishment of Mr. Charles Wheeler at Caulfield-the Patrobas stable-was a resident of Tanner-street, Richmond, prior to enlistment, and well known in this district. Writing from some where in the Egyptian desert three days before the old year closed, he referred to "our great victory over the Turks at Magh Daba on December 23. I suppose you have heard all about it by now." Have we? Carter goes on: "We left our camp on the 19th for El Arish and arrived there on the 21st, to find that Jacko had flown. After giving our horses a day's rest we left again on the night of the 22nd. We found the Turks entrenched at Magh Daba. We had ridden hard all night. We got at it straight aivay next morn ing. They put up a good fight, but by 4 o'clock they had had enough. Up went the white flag, and Jacko was finished. We lost only three officers and four men and about 10 wounded in our regiment, but there wer...

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Ruling With Might of Caesar, Mayor Puts Councillor on Black List. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 3 March 1917

Ruling With Might of Caesar, Mayor Puts Councillor on Black List.-Un written Law Swings Into Action When Discourtesy is Adjudged. "Sit down, sir." Mayor Fear glared over his gold-rimmed spectacles and summarily ordered Cr. Barcelo to re sume his seat at the council meeting on Monday night. "Oh, no, you don't bluff us that way, Mr. Mayor," replied the Central Ward representative; "our town clerk has asked a question, and we as a council are entitled to give him an answer." "Next business," called the Mayor in peremptory tones, and Cr. Bar celo, followed by Crs. Kemp, Burgess and George, walked out of the coun cil chamber. Cr. Barcelo, as a La bor representative, for once in a way found himself with "strange bed fellows." Yet there was no doubt that he had taken the proper action. He stated, before leaving, that he did so as a protest against the attitude and ruling of the Mayor. The storm had blown up on the discussion of a letter from the coun cil employes asking for an extra half d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 3 March 1917

DEATHS. KEMP.-On the 27th February (result of accident), Gorden, dearly beloved younger child of Hugh and Maud Kemp, of 27 Hoddle-street, North Richmond, dearly loved brother of little Hughie, aged 2 years and 9 months. Dearly loved, sadly missed. KAUFMANN.-On the 26th February, at No. 2 Clifton-street, Richmond, Louisa Martha, relict of the late George Henry Kaufmann, loving mother of Walter Foot, Henry Kauf mann (on active service), and John, aged 73 years. At Rest. NURSE B. SMITH, of Private Hos pital, 231 Burnley-street, desires to thank all patients for their kind sup port. She is at present taking a well earned rest abroad, and hopes to return to Australia within a few months.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 3 March 1917

IN MEMORIAM. All is over and done, Render thanks to the Giver, Australia for thy sons.   Let the bell be tolled, Render them to the mould. Let the bell be tolled   And the sound of the sorrowing   anthem rolled, And a deeper knell in the heart.   be knolled.   To such brave names! To such brave names for ages long,     Preserve a broad approach of fame   And ever ringing avenues of song. Hush! the dead march wails on the people's ears, The dark crowd moves; there are sobs and tears, The black earth yawns, the mor-   tal disappears. Ashes to ashes! Dust to dust! They are gone, who seemed so great.   Gone, but nothing can bereave them   Of the love they made their own,   being here, And we believe them something far removed in state, And that they wear a truer   crown,   Than any wreath that man can weave ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

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Richmond United Friendly Societies Rifle Association. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

Richmond United Friendly Societies Rifle Association. Scores in the fourth. round in the above competition were: Robin Hood 332 (L. Allison 69). I.O.R. Alliance 332 (T. Cooper 70, possible). I.O.O.F. Burnley 328 (W. T. Smith 69, W. Jones 69). P.A.F.S. 309 (R. Fraser 69). U.A.O.D. Yarraberg 308 (W Shep hard 66, F. Radnell 66). O.S.T. 298 (J. Brearley 64, G. Tre: wheela 63). H.A.C.B.S. 288 (F. AfMahon 61).

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Good Templars Unveil Honor Roll—Last to Go is First to Fall. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

Good Templars Unveil Honor Roll Last to Go is First to Fall. The weekly meeting of the Inter national Order of Good Templars, Richmond United Lodge, No. 15, was held in the Church of Christ, Burnley street, on Tuesday, and was large at tended. Representatives were present from all the suburbs to do honor to the unveiling of the honor roll, con sisting of an illuminated certificate in an oak frame, on which the names of eleven members figured. They in clude A Andrews, who was last to go and first to fall. His parents live in Stawell-street. He has three brothers at the front: two of them have been wounded. Bro. H. Kings, who was in the trenches on the Somme, was dis abled by shrapnel and invalided home. He is at present in the Caulfield Hos pital. The chair was occupied by Bro. H. Austin, Chief Templar, supported by the G.C.T., Bro. C. A. Berglund. and other executive officers. Mr. Young, the pastor of the Burnley Church of Christ, was also present. Brief addresses were given by Mess...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

IN MEMORIAM. WILKIE.-In loving remembrance of my dear mother, Nurse Eliza Wil kie, of "Grantville House," 85 Highett street, Richmond, who died in a pri vate hospital, March 10, 1911. What is home without a mother? How I miss her cheerful face! She was always good and kind to me; There's none can fill the vacant place. Sadly Missed. -Inserted by her sorrowing son, Alf.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

.'HE FIRST, MOST COMFORTABLE AND MOST POPULAR THEATRE IN RICHMOND. THE NATIONAL, BRIDGE ROAD, Near LENNOX STREET MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,MARCH 12, 13, 14, THE HONORABLE ALGY (Five-reel Triangle Drama). FOR THE DEFENCE (Five-reel Lasky Feature Drama). TUGBOAT ROMEO (Two-reel Triangle Comedy). AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. SOUTH CHINA (Dorsey Travel). The Programme for THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 16, 17, and TOY MATINEE on Saturday will include: THE LAST MAN (Five-reel Vitagraph Drama). THE WORLD'S GREAT SNARE (Five-reel Famous Players Drama). MINE OWN PEOPLE (27th Chapter of Diamond from the Sky). MUTT AND JEFF IN CHAMBER OF HORRORS (Cartoon). ENGLISH GAZETTE. LONESOME LUKE (Pathe Comedy). CROWN., T HEATRE, VICTORIA STREET, NORTH RICHMOND. THIS AFTERNOON AND TO-NIGHT, Olga Pbtrova in WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY? William S. Hart in THE DARKENING TRAIL. Maurice Costello in THE CRIMSON STAIN MYSTERY. Everyone Attending the Matinee'at 2.30 receives a gift. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Ida Sch...

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Pride of Richmond v. Parkside. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

Pride of Richmond v. Parkside. Pride of Richmond 62 (B. Long 15, W Batch 12; Bladen six for 9, Nugent three for 21). Parkside 44 (Nugent 13, Wilson 13; Edmunds five for 21, Long five for 23). Pride of Richmond will play Robin Hood on the Robins' wicket to-day.

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Mutuals v. North Richmond Methodists. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

Mutuals v. North Richmond Methodists. North Richmond Methodist 67 (Tal hot 16, Berni 22; Willaton four for 6). Mutual 31 (seven men. George 13; Voges four for 11, Talbot three for 13).

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Richmond City Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

Richmond City Brass Band. Richmond City Band won second prize at the A.N.A. band competition. In "B" grade "test" selection, Rich mond was first, with Hawthorn sec ond, and in the "own choice" selection Hawthorn was first and Richmond sec ond. When the aggregate was made up Hawthorn led by three points. Richmond also played in "A" grade, and secured third place in the selec tions and second in the quick-step. In the solo events Richmond did better than any other individual band. The following members secured medals: Soprano cornet solo-Arthur Stender, first; Roy Osborne, second. Cham pion cornet solo - Arthur Stender, first. Amateur cornet solo-Roy Os borne, first. Tenor horn solo-M. Bow den, first. Trombone solo - F. G. Hallam, second. "Where have you been, Jane?" ask ed the mistress. "I've been to the Girls' Improve ment Class, ma'am," was the maid's reply. "Well, and what did the curate say to you? Did you tell him who your mistress was?" "Please, ma'am, he said I wasn't to give ...

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Cricket—Balmain v. Myrtle. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

Cricket-Balmain v. Myrtle. Myrtle 82 (Abberton 39, Sutton 18 Dagon 12 not out, Coleman four for 32, Whitehead two for 4). Balmain four for 41 (Sinclair 20 not out, Harris 14 not out). Balmain will meet at Richmond sta tion at 1.30 to-day for Williamstown. "The weather at present is: very cold," writes a Richmond soldier, "and we get about like Teddy Bears. Some mornings we cannot feel our feet or hands. A good fire soon gets us 'go ing.' We have a fire all night in our billets. Four of us are in a cellar. It is warm and the smell is not too dainty, but we are away from the ioar of the guns, -and a good night's sleep makes us feel as if we have reached Heaven at last."

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Red Cross Collections for February Were £65—A Slight Falling Off. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

Red Cross Collections for February Were £65-A Slight Falling Off. Red Cross collections in Richmond for February totalled £65 11/1. West Ward £36 0/7, Central Ward £13 7/7, South Ward £9 10/-, East Ward £4 12/9, North Ward £2 0/2. Individual collector's totals were: Mrs. Kemp £15 1/8, Mrs. Barcelo £6 10/-, Mrs. Owen £4 19/9, Mrs. Brad shaw £4 14/2, Mrs. Dunlop £4 12/10, Mrs Wansley £4 0/5, Mr. Bell £3 1279, Miss Balm £3 9/6, Mrs. Burgess £2 14/9, Mrs. Jaggers £2 5/1, Miss Beissel £1 18/9, Miss Sweetman £1 11/7, Mrs. Lilley £1 9/9, Mrs Allan son £1 4/-, Mrs. Francis £1 1/6, Mrs. Nestor £1 0/6, Mr. Gaylard, 18/-, Miss Twitchett 16/3, Miss Snow 16/2, Miss Myers 14/5, Miss Baines 10/1, Mis. Strugnell 9/-, Mrs. Gladstone 8/-. The amount stated does not indi cate the value of the collectors' work. Some collectors have more prosperous blocls than others.

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TUFTS OF TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Guardian — 10 March 1917

TUFTS OF TURF. We Were wondering _How he could have got away. Charles Quinn-if Petracia had been first instead of third in the Straight Six. The racing on each day of the meet ing has, so far, been interesting, but the turn-up of Petracia would have turned out the most interesting extra turn ever put over on the entertain ment stage. What a rorty rear-up there would have been, to be sure! Quinn was once a central figure In a big flare-up in Adelaide when So journer came home on the bit in a big event, after running badly in a smaller event just a little time pre viously; but that would have only been as a 5th of November bonfire to the pull-roof-down disturbance if Petracia had scored. We cannot cal culate how many pounds Petracia must have improved in the 10 days between her defeat by Mr. Sim and Perdo at the Valley and her great bid for victory on Saturday, but if she keeps on improving at the same rate -gee! she is a good thing next time. Polycrates-there's a name for you. Suppos...

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