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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ST. JAMES' SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
Che Dews. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING ITELEPHoNE-Heidelberg 67x. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, .1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ST. JAMES' SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT. A packed house greeted the youthful performers last Saturday in the festival concert in the Ivanhoe Hall. The chil dren had been excellently trained by Mr and Mrs Pizzey, and Miss Condon, and they acquitted themselves splendidly. A song entitled the "Nursery Story Folk" showed some of the children beau tifully dressed in character. A large "number of girls sang, "On the Miss issippi," and won much appreciation. There was, as is the custom of the day, a very patriotic ring about the items, and the choir boys did two martial mar ches in good style, The "Tin Gee Gee" was sung by the infants and created considerable amusement. Misses Patti, son and Eades were accompanists for the different items. A farce entitled, "How is your uncle ?" was played by the Bible class girls, with the assistance of Roy Janes and Alan Davies. The hero was tre...
FOOTBALL PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
FOOTBALL PREMIERsHIP. Sir,--Kindly permit me through your columns to extend our congratulations to the Alphington Football Club on the stirling performance put Up by them during the seasou and4 also upon their attainment of the coveted position of premiers of the Heidelberg District As sociation. In doing so we consider it a splendid performance to only receive 3 defeats during the year, and .a club to accomplish such a feat as this' canno,t but be recognised by a true so.rt. Al though after a hard-fou?glt' strtuggle they only won by ti~e narrow margin of 4 points they fully deserved their victory. It is a pity that a few more clubs do not put the same spirit into the game. If they did there would be little or no trouble. Let me also convey our con gratulations to the Fairfield Seniors or the splendid ?proromance they put up in the second round and thus succeeded in securing the high position of runner up.-Yours, etc., R. E. HARRISON, aon. Sec. F.J.F.C.
ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE. Sir,-Having had numerous enquiries as to the position of first-gid classes in the Heidclherg district, I would esteem it a favor if you would insert the follow ing: Anyone wishing to take a course of first-aid in their respective shire ridings can do so by applying to the undermen. tioned persons, who will give instruc tions as to fee and meeting place : Hei delberg, ladies, Miss Kerr, gentlemen 'Rev. Weir; Ivanhoe, ladi~. Miss Hanua, Park-street, geitlieeua, Dr Adam, Hei delberg-road; Alphington, ladies Mrs F. W. Stewart, Fulham-road, gentlemen, Mr. Stewart; Fairfield, ladies Miss New man 12 Gillies-street, gentlemen Mr Woess, Arthur-street. All these classes are just starting, and early application is necessary.-Yours, etc., F. W. STEWART, Superintendent, Eairfield Division, St. John Ambulance Brigade.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
CRICKET. A meeting of the Fairfield Cricket Club was held in the Fairfield Hall on Wednesday, August 26th. Mr M. Shee by was voted to the chair. It was de cided that t he-clhii nettif6 edcieerg District Association. It was pointed out that there would be a series of com petitions, so that regular matches would be played, and an enjoyable season would be spent. The meeting expressed approval of the Association rules as read by Mr Bond. It was pointed out by Mr Bond that a suggestion had been made that a combined Heidelberg team play a combined Evelyn team. Perhaps two such matches could be played during the season. Messrs M. Sheehy and P. Half penny were elected delegates to the As sociation, subject to the latter's accep tance of the position. The election of other representatives on the Association was allowed to stand over till the annual general meeting on September 8th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
'.-: ..~ l AY TIME TABLE. iMelboume (Priace's Bridge) to Heidelberg, - eck Days (S:turdays Ex'd.)-a.m.--5.40, 6.0. 66.21,"6.3;, 6.47, 7.0. 7.14$, 7.30 (H.), 8.0, 8.32, I.4??, 9.33'., 10.27, 11.8; p.m.-12.12, 12.35, 1.12', 212, .16, L22, 4.12, 4.45, 5.0, 5.15 (H.), 5.36, 5.52, 6.4. 6.25', 7.5, 7.35, 8.0, 8.30, 8.55, 9.22 (F.), 9.30 1-.15 (E.). 10.36. 11.6. 11.30. F.-Fridays only. Z.-Goes to Eltham Fridays only. .d Sat a.ys.-a.m-6.48. 0, 6.21153 6.32. 647, 7+ 7.14$. 7.30 (H.), 8.0, 8.32, 8.451, 9.33', 10.27, 11.27; p.m.-12.5. 12.15', 12.37, 1.0:. 1.10. 1.40 (H.). 2.10. 2.40; 3.10. 3.48. 4.48, 5.15,. 5.42, 6.0. 6.18 (H.), 7.5. 7.35, 8.30, 9.15, 9.55, 10.30, 1•.55. 11.30'. S.nd2ay.- a.m.-l0.5 (I.), 10.45 (1H.), 11.0'; p.a.-12.40. 2.0. 2.32, 2.43. 3.10. 3.40. 4.25, 4.55, 5.67, 6.0', 6.53. 7.25, 7.42, 8.40, 9.25, 10.0 Heidelberg to Melbourne. Week D,?s.-a.zm. - 5.15. 6.17,. 6.45 -7.11, 7.14t, 7.41. 8.2:, 8.11, .25, 8.43, 9.13t, 9.18, 10.15, 11.18; p.m.- 120, 1,22, 2.0, 28,. 2.55, 3.39, 4....
PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
PRESENTATION. Oua Hollay ovening last a very pleas aun and enjoyable social evening was speut in the Rochabito Hall, Fairfield, unler the auspices of the Fairfield Junior Football Club. The object was to honor one of the most popular mem bers in the person of M r A. E. Glttins. The Rev. G. B. Campbell, in his opening remarks, mentionedl the mn:uly and sports manlike way in which the guest oi the evening had'couducted himself in sports of all kinds. The speaker then called on the "skipper," Mir P. Nye, who pre sented Mr Gittens with a handsome silver tea pot and cake fork on behalf of the club. He mentioned that MIr Git. tens was about to be married, and he wished their guest and his wife every. success. A vote of thanks was moved by MIr Iye to Mr Harrison for the way in which she had arranged the social. The motion was carried by acclamnation. After supper had been partaken and a few parlor games played, a very success. ful evening was brought to a close by the singing of "Auld Lang...
FIRST IVANHOE SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
FIRST IVANHOE SCOUTS. The troop attended at the Fairfield Cricket Club carnival with the First Preston on August 15th. Last Satur day scoutiqh was practised at the Grove. Ambulance instructiqn is being given to the troop by 1.jI. Grove, and good pro gress is being nmade. Mr Malin is giving life saving instruction at the City baths, Squads of our scouts are taking turns as h4essengegs to the Lady Mayoress at the Towin Hall. ' Ivanhoe Firsts have been asked to detail 6 scouts for the Wattle-Day League. This (Sat urday) afternoon will be spent in tight ening and painting the boat. There are still vacancies for rocruits.
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
A.N.A. The quarterly summons meeting of the Heidelberg-Ivanhoe branch of the A.N.A. was held in the lodge room, un der the guidance of President Rendle. The gathering was very large, notwith standing the attractions in the main hall. The quarterly accounts as recommended by committee were passed for payment. Mr. H. Burdett, of Ivanhoe, was elected an honorary member of the branch. As it is likely that one or two members of the branch will be going to the front, it was decided that, provided they are fi nancial to the end of August, they will be kept right on the books of the branch. Members' attention was drawn to Wattle Day, September 1st, and all were asked to wear the emblem on that date, and also to prevent people from spoiling the trees. As members gener ally will be supporting the war fund locally or as employees, it was decided not to make any move as a branch at present. After general business had been disposed of, members held a rifle competition.
ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
ELECTRIC LIGHT. Our readers will have noticed that the Council is rapidly erecting poles to carry the wires for the electric light. It is possible, owing to the disruption of affairs in the Old Country that some portion of the equipment may be slightly delayed, but it is hoped the delay will not be long, A. set of rules dealing with installations has been drawn up by the leading electrical authorities and these rules have been adopted by electric light suppliers and the insurance com panies. If the fittings are not installed in accordance with the regulations there might be some difficulty in obtaining a supply as well as affecting their insu rance. It would be as well for the owner of the property or the installer of the light to make enquiries at the Shire office before proceeding with the instal lation.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
"Clothes a make the Man" Sometimes-not always!I But few will deay that a well-tailored suit, in a neat, nobby fabric, gives the wearer that com fortable, well-groomed, gentlemanly a?. perance so desirable now-a-days. Our Fabrics are the newest mn4 most pleasing; our cut and style are absolutely beyond reproach; whilst Fit, Finish and Workmanship are perfect to the smallest detail. Our suits are making for us new friends daily. We can please and make a per. manent friend of you. Will you give us the opportunity ? Thos. Trevena & Son Tailors, Hatters and Mer.ers, Phone 6110. 266 Smith Street, -CoUigwo d. ?) OARD and Residence by single geotle. l man, near Enid lNurse~y, wanted. Apply S. Godwil, 1a Vitoi'ia hSt,, Camber well, Winter Eggs. CROWTHER-1WALSH Hens mated to M'Kenzie's best Cockerels (same as Gills). Eggs 7s 6d setting. Runner Ducks, 250 egg strain, 5s setting. DIUMAS, Alphington. Important Notice. BANYULE :ESTATE. 0- T1?WG ito continued andt wilful damage t eto `'tre...
AUSTIN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
AUSTIN HOSPITAL. On Saturday afternoon, 22nd instant, the new pavilion that had been erected by the commercial travellers of Victoria was officially opetfed. Mr H. H. Krohn, secretary of the carnival committee of the Commertial Traveller's Association for 1018, pariorn?od f le eremony of handing over the building. He said that the building had cost £500, and the money had been raised at a carnival in 1913. Mr A. MacNeil, vice president of the committee of the Austin Hospital, accepted the building and thanked the commercial travellers for their magni ficent gift. He said that the building would enable the hospital authorities to treat csnsumptives in the modern, open. air way. They could Row accommodate 80 congmptptiveg. Thp Ggqvrnment had erected a sanatorium at Ileatherton, and it had cost twice as much as the building they were now opening, yet the latter could accommodate .twice as many pa tients. He would like the public to re member that every new building erected added to the...
FOOTBALL. ALPHINGTON V. FAIRFIELD. Alphington Premiers. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
FOOTBALL. ALPHINGTON V. FAIRFIELD. Alphington Premiers. Quite an air of expectancy perva ded the Ivanhoe reserve on Saturday last, when the above teams" met to decide the linal issue. Although Al phington, on points, had the right to challenge if they lost; yet it was very. evident that no chances were to, be taken. The team being represented by. its full strength, including their, for mer captain, Vin Reynolds, and K. McDonald, another League player, who were solid assets to the team on Saturday. The Fairfield supporters, on the other hand, were quite confi dent about the result, as was evi denced by the lavish odds offered to all and sundry. There was a slight breeze blowing toward the southern goal, which L. Reynolds, the Alphington skipper, de cided to take advantage of. From the bounce it was evident that, not withstanding the more than mild weather, each side was. benit on- forc ing matters,, the pace being terrific. For the. first -few :ini?iiutes tlhe play was very unilitere...
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. The anniversary celebrations in con nection with St. Paul's C.E., Fairfield, were highly satisfactory to those con cerned. Special services were held on Sunday, August 16th, and 23rd. On August 24th, a conversazione was held in the parish hall. There was a good at tendance, and the Rev. Tress presided. A splendid programme was submitted. Those who contributed were : Mr White, song; Miss Guerrero, recitation; Mr. Moizer, humorous readings; Mr Candy, song; Miss Down, song; Miss Hollow, violin solo. The chairman addressed the gathering, and made some humorous re ference tq early days in Faireld. He was glad to see how the Church had kept pace with the temporal progress being made by the district. Rev. Long also gave an address. He said that it was natural that the Church had made progress, but they had cause for grati fication in the- growth of every depart ment of the Church's activities. Plans for the vicarage had been approved of, and the Diocesan authoriti...
Warden's Court. (Before Mr. Read Murphy, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
Warden's Court.. (Before Mr.: Read: Murphy, Warden.) The adjourned case in which Ed ward Holmes :applied for a. miner's right in respect to portion of i cer tain residential area held by the late James Woolcock, again came on for hearing.: The land is situated in the parish of Greensborough. Mr. Hickford appeared for James William Woolcock, to oppose the ap plication, and he said that his client was an administrator for his brother, John Thomas Woolcock. The case had been adjourned for one month, as Holmes had claimed that Wodl cock occupied more" than one acre. What Holmes should have done was to have ousted Woolcock before oc cupying the land. Alexander McKinnon, licensed sur veyor, said he had -made a survey of the land in. question,` and he: found that Woolcock held oine-fifth of an acre in excess of what he was entitled to hold under the by-laws. He pro duced a plan: showing one :acre- ex actly in extent, leaving ou--the re serve. There are two houses on the acre he had shown. ...
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. 24th August, 1914. (Before Mr. Read Murphy, P.M., and Messrs Ball and Rank, J's.P.) Summons Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 29 August 1914
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. 24th August, 1914. (Bef6re Mr. Reid Murphy, P.1M., and Messrs Ball and Rank, J's.P.) Summons Cases. The Shire Council of Heidelberg sued a large number of ratepayers for rates due. In; some cases a verdict was given for the amount claimed, in others the cases were withdrawn, and others adjourned. ,The. cases were heard before Mr. Read Murphy, P.M.