Item 01: Dudley V. Walford diary, 23 September 1914 - 13 August 1916 - Page 134
artistic buildings which surround the well planned and beautiful city. The rickshaw boys, who are a fine specimen of manhood of the Zulu tribe, are to be seen everywhere pulling their rickshaws through the streets. They wear gorgeously coloured clothes; their feet and other parts of their bodies are painted different [indecipherable] and to their head is attached horns from the Springbok.
Surf bathing, a luxurious swimming bath, and amusements are a feature of the township. Marine parade – this place is much similar to Manly, and is a pleasure resort which is greatly patronised by the holiday excursionists. It is only ten minutes ride from the city.