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WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 April 1917

WEDDING BELLS. In the oldl historic blucstonc I'rcs byterian Churchli; at Fairfield, one of the earliest ,landmarks in the district, a very, pretty alnd: popular wedding took plac .o:0 Wedniesday, the l1th inst.; iliet Mi-r Edwin Lynch, yo?ingcst',sonof ?r:Ii. :P. Lynch, one df .i:tlhel oldest residents in Morang, a'ni'dlMiss:-Jenniei. Dennison, late State ;scodl deaeli:: er -at Grecnsborough, ell'de,' daitigh'ter of: Mr: W. Dennison, of Buind6ooraa , vere united in matri. mioiny ,:hlci?. iJ.1. H. Hewitt, MA,, assistedi by tlh'e Rev. A . G. Harris, niinister of the churh!, performcd the :cdremi'only.: :Assisted by a num, ber.' 6f the, bride's' friends, Miss Bu cher, iof Miirail~ suiiperintended the floral :arra?igemlents' The church was most.i-tistefillly decorated, the pre* ivaiihn?itone'e eing autumnal tints atnd llhite, :'the l)rides iand bridesmaids' bouutisiis" beii lovely blooms ofi whitai ''id' ?clloiv cactus dahlias, tip ied with .tro y in, wvithl cream and gold riblhoi:'. T...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. THE JIKA JIKA TOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 April 1917

BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. Notes by " Sir Francis." . THE JIKA JIKA TOURNEY. The fixture of the A tcam "of Ivanhoc last Saturday was at Thorn bury, and considering tlie lateness of thc seasoi, the green was in very fair :order. eThe ivcather was ex Iremndly threatening, a little rain fall ilig- lIut the ',miitch \Lvas got through su?ticessfully. ..The T .hoi'nbury. men were equal to: the. occasion and de feated" Ivanho . by: 19. As iusual, Oakes' tealit .were the :top-notcherS." M\aking a vi;ery had start, tihei wilped off a dcficicy" of 'about 10, and tlihen wound up winners by 10-a real good perfornuince :Monsoin - was :very good .in the lead,-although he hadl a champion ini Marden againsti himi, King's riiik.- nade theli: secoid .best display. Ie- liad a total of. 'i toi5 at 18 ends; but for: the :reimainider ,of he gaeante :tlie scori ing was in: favour if Iioslking, anti the conclusion of the 24tli end saw: the scores 24 all:. The last end .?vas :extrceinly lonig, ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 April 1917

RAINFALL. Mlr W. F. Casey, of the Ivanhoe State school, forwards the record of rainfall, showing that 9 points have fallen for week ending 9 a.m. on. Maroh 30, making a total of 640 points since the Ist of January. t

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 April 1917

41 rcnibcis of te eassociatioi aic ire iide i o gf. mlth igvnl ha'na tfo: ,lj:h eld on londtnext;. April' 223 Itonil Sreilhresq i ,, i?i ;vne: tier. c ;:t6 . elnsurie .a most e:)jya'hlc1;ii; Tbc iiresidct triists th: th t lic ie: i?? rsI of ;ehlih of lthI .sclloiis ai tlilicii fnieds I will rollulp in' la -inc uiera. "Tlhei c ,c to 'ile -? SGni iel 'cbompetitions;. The addl ission is fre : ; "-: -

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IVANHOE B v. THORNBURY B. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 April 1917

1 VA.HIO-L . TI-IORNBURY B.: The seconid teams u( tJie two clubsT played at Ivanihoe, a'nmd n,-. h.!ome players ga;ve agood accotnt of thenm selves, eventually ..wimninmg :by 18.S points. Thie best p)erformnace wvas put .ulp by i .- Baird s :four, whob linish ed .20' up ag.nliSt Smith. I have not seen H-Iughie, ?,t- I r n imnagine his" glee, aLnd he dearly lo0ves t have th'e command of team, -and much pre fcrs -it. t;o Ic; lding--a .. positi6n he .occpiedtc .,in this season's pen iant :"matches.. Evans' :rink camne tlhrough., -heiil; con test sucessfully, beingi 7 up' agairlnst Dortln s. ::A cl6se go was't'hse contest betweene Jti:Jnkii: (Iva'ihoc)" and Canipb bell. They tied several time d;'btit :Jelkins tianaged to squiceze hliii a winner by. a single point. \Warrei :fwas the .sudcessful visitilna skliper':i and ihe 'retrieved 10 points for T?ornlJury against Whif fen. e Scoics:-: , IVA NHIOE::, . .7. 1.. Ilolt1 1?nor. . Lester, Jenkints.. "i e. . elly :G. :Bilird Rodger, Evans 26...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEMPLESTOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 April 1917

TEMPLESTOWE. Lance-Corporal J. Beale, who was the first to volunteer for active ser- vice from Templestone, returned last week from the front. He has had over two years' active service, going through the Gallipoli campaign and also in France, where he was severe- ly wounded. A welcome social was arranged in his honour for Saturday     evening, but as soon as it became known to Mr. Beale he requested the promoters to cancel it altogether, as he said that he felt that he could not accept it without pain while his bro- ther-soldiers were out in the trenches and the battlefield. Consequently the social has been cancelled. The   attitude taken by Mr. Beale is warm- ly commended by those who can ap- preciate the true worth of a man such   as he is, and it is a pattern well   worthy of being followed by the     eligible men of the district. Mr. Beale hopes that before long he will   be w...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARY. The Rev. J. W. Worboys, pastor of the Arthur-street Baptist Church, Fairfield, opened his third year's ministry in Fairfield last Sunday. The day was commenced with a pro longed season of prayer and fellow ship, which began about 8.30 a.m. and continued until the time for the morning service. At this service Mr. WVorboys officiated, and preached a s.-vmon on "The Loveless Church." This was to be the first of a series on "Some Typical Churches." In t!'e evening there.was a very large conlgreg'tion. The shire council was r-.resented by.a large delegation of councillors. Immediately after the announcements had been made, Cr. Stone, on behalf of the Council, con veyed greetings to the rev. pastor, Mr. Worhoys, and testified to the wide and helpful nature of his minis try. His work in Fairfield was of a c?tholic and public character. He h;:self was not a member of the Bap ti.t Church, but. in common with his fellow-councillors and. many others outside the fellowship...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREENSBOROUGH. GIRLS' PATRIOTIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

GREENSBOROUGH. * GIRLS' PATRIOTIC CLUB. A most enjoyable and successful " \t Home" was given by the above club on Saturday evening last. The entertain ment rendered by members of the guild was much appreciated by the guests who filled the large Rechabite hall. A series of living pictures, representing famous characters in history, legenid and song, were faithfully and artistically pour trayed with musical accompaniment. In this respect Madame Richardson and Mr Norwood Hardman (late leading contral to and bass respectively at the Austra lian Church, Melbourne) took the lead ing parts, and also delighted the audi ence with extra items that were received with enthusiastic approval. A series of tableaux depicting events connected with the war were very effectively staged, Sperhaps the most picturesque and re ceived with marked enthusiasm being America's reception by the Allies into the war arena. The following ladies took part in the living pictures and tableaux, each being robed with s...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

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MR ANSTEY'S MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

MR ANSTEY'S MEETINGS. At Ivanhoe. last Saturday evening Mir Holt: presided over Mr Anstey's meeting, a large number, of people hav ing attended from the Northcoto end oE the electorate. lHe was bombarded with questio.ns, and thosoe lie didn't want to answer he eva'ded "id believed in con scripition only:if wealth we're conscri ptecd.' At Fair field oh Thursday'evening Mr Anstey had a big meeting, Mr Bryning. being in the chair. He Iwas isubjected to questions frorn the start; and his sup porters suggested that the questioners be -put out. When isked about the war be ing a trade one, he said that he did not go there to talk war, blut to speak on. be h:11 n'FAh.nT,nhm, "nnr? A rne'm. was dissatisfied with an ans~wer given, and said he was a trade unionist and waoild not be sutuffed by Mr Ainstoy. Rds pectinfg the hurting of people's feehinga, the candidate said tlhey e.omaatl ot hurt his, as they wereblslgbFe1 17 years of political hg. i. .rmnsrong, 32- Haeidelbcrg.-rod. Ivanhoe. The ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CR. MAY AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

CR. MAY AT HEIDELBERG. A well-attended meeting of ladies Was held in Scots Hall on Thursdiiy after noon, Mrs Robertson being in the chair. Cr May said he had been addressing as many as six meetings in a day, and was much encouraged by the support he had received all over the electorate. During the.past few days Mhr Anstty had hur riedly called his committee together as he was afraid of: 'losing his seant. The spealkerappealed to the ladies to do all they could to ensure.the return of all the Nationialist eihndidates. . -.. SThe best political meeting ever held ii Heidelberg took place on Thursday evening, when Mr John May introduced thle :candidate in a rousing speech. Cr Ma3y created a good impression in de livering a forceful speech, and in reply to questions said he was in favor of pre ference.to returnied soldiers, and with re ference to Germains in Govei'nment em p'loy he would hbave them put in their proper places. lon, .J. G. lMembrey and Mr Wil kinson also addressed the mlee...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. THE CRY OF ARMENIA. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

STOPICS OF THE WEEK. : THE CRY OF ARMENIA. At Scot's Church, Heidelberg, the Rev. Alex. Hardie said the cry of Armc nia was a most frightful tiale of wrong, the most ghastly record of oppression, and an abomination of desolation. Their histoiy goes back to the remotest ages, and the last two years have added to the roll of martyrs in the Christian calendar some of the most heroic testimonies and confessions for Christ. There are about the same number of Armenians as there are Australians in the Commonwealth. Two and a-half million are under the rule of the Sultan. of Turkey;, and that rule might be expressed in the word des tirucetion. Desolation and death have eveiywhere followed the steps of the Turks. Dfringthe last two years whole villages have been depopulated, theirin liabitants fleeing from nameless horrors. The cry of Armeinia goes up to? the God of heaven, and the day of reckoning. is hlisteninig on If.Great JBritaiu had done its dUty these terrible things ·that have recent...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CR. A MAY AT ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

c0. A·. MAIA AT A4PflHN(TQN. Mr S. .H~llw presidet d o.ver aa eathb. siastle audiedce. in the Alphington Hall oa Saturidacy evening, when Cr May de livered an. address. TheIre were also on the platform about' itwenty -members of the committce. The speaker dealt with the same ques tions as at meetinigs in othor ltowns. -ec said that the note struck at Gelong would riing out-more strongly on May 5 whent people will decide whethe they are fos or against the3, lpsre?. he Cau eus had dpOna ev iuything possible to dam ani· enthusiasm and discoierage enlist ments. In mentionimgr the name of Mir Hughes in connection witli what had lbeen accmplished witli the W'ar Precau tions Act, twe men at the back mur: muted dissenit, which was fol!awed by cheers fronm the audieso Cr May ex plained that a big rise :lvs exipoeted in boots, but odiwig to the .oresight of Mr 1ughes the. expected rise would not take place. (Applause.) A man at the back kept on inerrnipt ing and Or May sad e wvould not have i...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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DIAMOND CREEK LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

DIAMOND CREEK LODGE. At the last meeting Bro. E. Dousset presided over a good attendance. Bros. Rose, Brooks and Brown were appointed to draw up a syllabus for the wihter evenings. The members attended the Anglican Church on Sunday in com memoration of the landing of " Our boys at Gallipoli."

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

?IE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. COUNCILLOR MAY. As the Win-the-War candidate for Bourke is a comparative stranger to a number of electors, the following par ticulars will be of interest: . Cr. May, was born in London, Eng land, in 1872. He was educated at the old Charterhouse school, which is a pub-: lic. school of high -educational repute. -Pis parents were of, the working class, arid the whole of .his education was se cured by scholarships.: lis, mother wias a woman of grim determination-and in domitable pluck: -Some i nonths ago Cr May receivedta cable from Londoif to say that his. mother hadd been killedl as' i result of a Z eppelin iaid :in i the. Old Country.. . . At the age of 15 Arthur May started work in ani'engineer and surmveyor's office, and at 18. he entered-municipal official life as an accountant, to a municipal en gineer. At the age-of 21 heo secured pro motion and wais made municipal engineer of works to a South I of England autho rity. His oneily brother is at the present t...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CONCERT AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

CONOERT AT FAIRFIELD.' The kindergarten section of St. Paul's Ohurch of England has bleen making steady progress for some time past I:The iiitumber of little ones on the roll at pre sent makes it necessary that'more equip menct should be supplied if effective work is to be done in- connection with this very important branch of Sunday school wprk. ', To provide funds a concerti was2 given by the scholars and teachers.in the Fairfield hall on Tuesday; 17lth instant., A splendid programme was provided, and the fact of the hall being crowded to the doors with ian; appreciative audience was an indication of the interest taken in the peiformers and the object of the enteir tainment. The programme opened with the Niitional.Anthem, and ivas follo6ied. by .i patriotic display, S.S. scholars,; action song, " Washing Day," junior girls ; recitation, ."The Grisly Bear," Wolf Cubs ; dialogue, '' The Trutli about Jane," Kindergarten - teachers'; club swinging, Miss V.'. Setfoid; recitation; Miss ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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A SOCIAL DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

A SOCIAL DAY. Taking- advantage of. the Eight Hours Day holiday, the president. Mr. E. Vallis, and Mlrs. ,. lli.;~, a sisted by the geneira committee aldt' tI'e *members of thetCitif'~ ( i?l cr. quet t s titb.ti . of tlic ;is6ciat ti6i, alid ;i v:.:"y "ple'asant day ait" lie groid.bu oi 'toinday. ' lie weat'her" ,ci bhautifully sunny, a;il" 1h\e" guiratoi' jhaviiiNg .Pt tif t la~ " 1i.s aid sur rouniiingi i i fine ioide, the procecd ings of 'the day passed olff iost)Isuc cessfully. There .were bowls evdnts in the forenoon and afternoon, and the daylight did not last long einough to quite finish off the rink tourney, which will be concluded to-day, startin- early. The tennis courts, too, were busily eng-aged in play from 10 o'clock in the morning until dusk. On the croquet lawn a numbe. *oh "freak" events, wilici' cauised "lot of amusým2em,- were ig'bt th'rough. To 'sect'lre flie attendance of the visitors f.br the whole. day a canit;illv preliarCed lunch was provided, as also was af...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. Notes by "Sir Francis." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO< CIATION. Notes by? " Sir Francis." - The Iv-,ifoe - . Ateaas . suffered' alln othei defeat-:at .Northcote last':Satui-. ian ?. in-l Ibeaten in: eei.y- riiik? lby: v;aryin majorities.' Oaklcs rSini: who h.iav beendi unibeaten in .i thei Jika Jika tournei toJ " tlhia-t e h dae tliedt ?,r fli st reverse, and if ws!?': saevere one,; -liciiidiloii wnt byly politfs Fred Pihit· the:: N oirth ote: skipper, asli a:: great third :imanil in-" J: Paterson, andilid .liis leader,itco;, was: all there.; Plant :hiim self "put i esome rare.goo0d sholbts. Oales' r-iikl vere gqiite off.':. ' : Aiidy W\atkiiisi· foiur i'i~dc a' fine displaty. againstl ::MeMekin': sNorthcote rink, and the wind-iup wias a win for Meakin by one, point;Thely had sev Ser il: ties lduri n n- the ''ganiie.. J. A. KI(in?g's four, started badly,- but by the ·2 nd -end :ihonours .e ere easy--1) all. :Kiing's eiiii' oniily added another ,lIoint Harriington -seeiuring four..The miiatcih w...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FAIR AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

FAIR AT 'I'ILIDELBFRGl On A pril 14 a Purple Cioss FairiB d dramlatic entertainmen rtwas held i:.tlien ]Recieatii; :hill;leidell i .: All tihe centre parit of tihe : hall ias filled withli:' cihasiis'd arid arl·anged -foi. the gnteit tain t uid, a, the sides nd tac li-I·tlie stalls were' pliced, ,filled wiltihinvitin~g; lookirig goodsl ,id dReco'ifatd .prettily witha vaouskdesigns in puiple tnd white, and witl??iu?hiitgis of flags;. which looked oiibst attractive. On the work stall thi're wer?'e malny useful: anid dailinty ar ticles, including soume fine hand embroid:ry, i;dl most all hiving -been made.by thelnmei :bIers o0f the .socieity durinig 'the three. miionthlis: thilt they; have been workiug. There ?',e;e veiry temipting iarisy .i of. hiom?e-mjlde cakes: ind sweets;- aid also1ie biran pie, which proted very tittr'ictire to t'l el'.ihildren;. Tlirhee :is ia laige ait itendiince, and :businless w's ? rayi: blrisl intill the ':time' for the drinnatic. p; foi: l nici wh,:~hich :...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 April 1917

[FrAIIM FAiLL Mr W. . Casey, of the Ivanhoe State shbbol, forWardis thc recofd of rainfall, oidwing 'that 21 poihts hiave falleni ar w.eek ending 9 a.in. on April 27th, SmD.hg a ttal of s61' points snce the .St. 'J pu r..

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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