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    Who said things were bad? They were betting in hundreds down the line on Saturday. Not you or I, but the big fella punters. ...

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  4. Notes From the Churches.

    St. Stephen’s big mission will commence on Sunday. Preparations have been going forward for some time, the mission promises to be a ...

    Article : 421 words
  5. Men on Relief; Works Must Not f Squander Money on Drink—Wives May Collect Husbands’ Wages in Some Cases.

    Declaring that the majority of the men employed on the Church-street reconstruction works were sober, industrious employes, but that it had ...

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    Well and widely known in South Richmond, the announcement of Lance-Corporal Frederick J. Negro having been wounded will be received ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 234 words
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  8. PTE. L. G. MARR

    Private L. G. Marr is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Marr, of 74 Somerset-street, , North Richmond, where he was born. He resided with ...

    Article : 71 words
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  10. PTE. J. JORDAN.

    With a wife arid eight children, Private J. Jordan might have felt justified in staying at home, but, leaving them in the care of his mother, ...

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  11. PTE. T. J. McGOUGH.

    Richmond was Pte. T. J. McGough’s home town, and though he was working at Broken Hill, he spent all his holidays with his parents, Mr. and ...

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    Having served for some years in the old volunteer forces in the Prahran regiment, Pte. Robert Wm Young was prepared when the call came and ...

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  13. Arrangements Progress for Charity Carnival—Entries on Tuesday.

    Secretaries of the King’s Birthday charity carnival report that everything is full of promise for a most successful outcome. The Richmond City and ...

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    Just prior to the Australians marching out of Mena Camp to embark and scale the heights of Gallipoli, one of the officers, Captain Commins, of the city, gathered around him as many Richmond boys of the old Yarra Borderers Regiment as were available. The above picture was taken. The group includes several of the Richmond boys who have been killed or wounded. It is special to the “Guardian” ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. Brothers FalI in Arms—Fine Record .of Richmond Family—The Crosbys, of Hamburg Street.

    Richmond has good reason to be proud of the Crosby family, of 37 Hamburg-street. One of the , first Australians to be wounded in the war was ...

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  16. N. Abbot Wins Final in Model Snooker Tournament.

    G. Heritage (50) defeated “Cats” (50) on the black after a good uphill game. In the semi-finals N. Abbott (25) ran ...

    Article : 268 words
  17. Electric Trams in Swan Street-—First. Rails to be put Down in July.

    Bringing the first instalment of 500 rails for the Burwood to Melbourne (Swan-street) tramway, a good ship is now on the high seas between here ...

    Article : 227 words
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