His work well done - Bombay crowds cheer retiring Governor Sir George Lloyd (late Governor of Australia) on departure for home and welcome his successor Sir Leslie Nelson.
M/S of a crowd of Indian people looking over a wall beside a river. L/S of the wall, beneath men in white tropics uniforms and Indian soldiers wait by the water. High angle shot of Lloyd and wife on a stone staircase, they nod at the camera before boarding a boat. M/S of the party of soldiers and men in white uniforms saluting the boat.
L/S of various battalions of soldiers on horseback riding down a crowd lined Bombay street. M/S of several dignitaries in an open carriage behind the soldiers, one man waves his hat - Nelson? High angled shot of a battalion of Sikh soldiers on horseback, they are followed by several carloads of dignitaries. High angled shot of the dignitaries boarding a river boat. M/S of British officers in tropics uniforms being filmed by a movie cameraman. M/S of the officers and their wives moving off screen. M/S of Nelson greeting Indian dignitaries - he shakes hands with several men in turbans. M/S of the new governor walking out of a marque, Indian soldiers salute him. M/S of a car drawing up outside a marquee covered in bunting and Union Jacks. Various shots of Indian dignitaries entering the marquee dressed in fine clothes. M/S of the new governor inspecting a troop of British soldiers. M/S of the battalion of Sikh soldiers.
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