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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. AUSTIN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
he pews. PUBLISHED EVERY SA?'j,? RNJ,?v NGm O R !N ( ITELPHoNE-?Leeidelberg 67x. SATURDAY, SEPTEIMBER 5, 1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. : AUSTIN HOSPITAL. The ceremony of opening the Marian Drummond Memorial was performed on Wednesday, 2nd instant at the Austin Hospital. At the wish of the donor, the gathering was private. The mem orial is a nurses home and was erected by Mr William Drummond. In addi tion to erecting the building, Mr Drum mond completely furnished and equipped it, and we consider it the most comfort able and convenient of its kind in Aus tralia. The matron is provided with a suite of roomseconsisting of bed-room, sitting-room and bath-room. The sis ters, nurses, and others are similarly provided for. The building is a two storeyed one, and is generously pro vided with accommodation for over 100 persons. Hot and cold water service has been provided throughout. The night nurses have a portion of the build ing set apart for their occupation, and the floor has been padded. A...
FIRST AID CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
FIRST AID CLASS. Classes in nursing, first aid, and stret cher work will be commenced on Mon dlay, 14th September, at 8 p.m., in Scots Hall, Heidelberg; They will meet thereafter weekly, in Scots Hall on the sccond and third Mondays, and in the Olu3ich 'f Englaqd Ieal fIeid.?bgrg, qq the first and fourtlh Mouilays. Men an .women will take the nursing and first aid course, and men the stretcher work. There are vacancies for a few more vol unteers.
THE WAR. LOCAL EFFORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
THE WAR. --*-'*-- .LOCAL EFFORTS. Since the last meeting of the Heidel berg District Patrtotic Fund the ladies of the district have been' very busy and . dozens of garments were taken to the: hall on Thursday last. Next Thursday, September 10th, the Ivanhoe cominittee will be at the local hill at 2 p.m. to re- ceive the remainder of the work and to hold a general committee meeting. It is specially requested that all the ladies on the colmiltco will attend. Mrs Love has sent in a box of bandages num bering 291, fixed with two safety pins. There were 1746 yards of material in this gift. The following is a-list of Mioney and goods received this week: Messrs R. W. Kennedy £10 10s, J. S. Adam £5, L. T. Adams 10s 6d; Mes danies 0. Donaldson £1 Is. Miskel £1. Bennett 10s, Champion 10s, Lyons 5s, Halford 5s, John Chambers 10s 6d; Misses E. Woods 10s, Flsker 10s, Adams 10s; political tea at Mrs Clif. ford £1 5s. Donations of goods: Mes dames Jeffrey. idoz.- garments, Del bridge wool, 1. W. T...
MISSING NUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
MISSING NUMBERS. The following issues of the "News" are m"ishing and.as they arp required for an important purposewwe shall he obliged to any reader who can stippl 'is'wilt~ one or more of those mentioned: March 16, June 29, July 13, 1914; February i, March 12, December 20, 1913"; Feb. ruary 14, February 28, April 25,l May 16, May 23, June 27, August 7, 1914. Thereo wcs a large attendance of mem bersiat the annual generaj meatiqg of tho Tanck's Cohner aihd 'District Pro gress Association. Ofice-bearers were elected. Ex-Cr. Starling was elected President; Mr F. Belcher, Vice-Presi dent, and Mr Oliver Treasurer. The funds in hand amount to £3 19s, and this Is con~idered very satisfactory for such a young association. The h~alth 6f the retiring president, Mr T. IHeore, wais duly honored upon his relinquishing of fice. The next meeting takes place to day, Saturday, and all members are cor dially invited tq be present.
MADAME MARY CONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
MADAME MARY CONLY. The concert arranged by Madame Mary Coily in aid of the Patriotic Fund will be held in the Ivanhoe Hall, Ivanhoe, on Tuesday, September 8th. The programme arranged is of a class seldom given in Ivanhoe, and those who attend may expect a feast of good things in the musical line. The following ar. tistes have given their valuable services, Miss Kitty Conly, Madame Minnie G:ime'Msiss Hilda Mansfield, Miss MIrion de Saxe: Miss Gertiu'de Car: ruthers, Miss NataliB Dawsoh, MisI Lilian Higgs, Mr Edwin Hook, Mr Gee dornor, The Strolldrs (conductor, gi~ A. Ford) Mr Horace John Hobkl, r raglc Pizzey, Madame Mary Conley.
AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
AT FAIRTFIELD. The Fairfield Patriotic Sewing Guild, under the organisation of MIrs W. J. Brewer, "Andcmback," Park Crescent, has been very busy during, the past month, making garments for the volun teers for the front. The movement was taken up most enthusiastically, and al though only one day in each week could be set aside a large quantity of most useful and comfortable, garments have been made and forwarded. The goods, which have been made up in parcels of 10, in accordance with the regulations, coqnsist of hospital shirts, army shirts, socks, handkerchiefs, towels, choleri belts, pyjamas, Crimean shirts, and sur gical bandages. These h:ave beexi divi ded between Lady Helen Ferguson's British'Red Cross Society, and the Lady Mayoress' Patriotic Fund. Great praise is due to ,rs W. J.T. Brewer for her public spirit in this mat ter, and Fairfield is justly proud of one who hasalways been so ready to assist in any good work. She willingly gave her house for the sewing guild, and cut ...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
GOLF. A trophy, presented by Messrs C. M. Davies and C. Oakley for men's four somes (four ball) was competed for on Saturday at Rosanna. N.L. Spiers and I. Driver were victorious with a net ggrPgatp of ]66. G.F. Matthews and G. A. Grime were close behijr4 wth 168, and A. D, Hart and G. M~asson were third. The September medal will be played for on Saturday. A movement is on foot to effect sweeping improve ments in the links, and the sanction of members and debenture holders .tLo the issue of fresh debentures to the extent of £500 will be sought at a special meet ing to be held on the 8th instant at the Queen's Arms Hotel, Swanston-street.
PATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
PATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENT. The Misses Ekius must have been eratified at the success of their patriotic Monday and Tuesday evening last. The hall was decorated with varieties of British flags, gum leaves and wattle. The programme opened by the audtienlce singing "God Save to e Kinbg." Miss Eva Ekins (" rs H. C. Taylor), then sang in perfect style, "Land of Hope and Glory," her rich, clear, contralto voice shewing to great advantage. The niext item was "Rule Britannia," sung with splendid spirit by Mr W. Winsor, who is always a great favorite. "For the Green," came next, sung.by Mr P. H. Phillips, whose fine style and superb voicie won favoer at once. The "a serry Widow Hat" was the next to follow, a bright playlette, well played by flisses Shelield, Myrtle Rank, Hilda bMilward, Ettie and Gertie Sealy. Miss Sheffield was very good as the school principal, and Miss Gertie Sealy as "Mary Ann" rade aon up-to-date country girl; her comedy with her parasol, and the "'had oil sardine sandwich...
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
FRCOIS VARIOUS SOURCES. It was a fine story, and a pathetic i-i ? story, of thile Imperialist charwoman who would not take her money out of t. ' ther Governiment Savirigs:Bank, .lest it si:.. 6houkl be wanted to pay for helping ir:::::::Engiand. And. anyhow, she did not think that she would lose it. So ,:there's an example for all to follow. But :there is another phase of the questioh, whih doe.s not occur, of course, to the oratdr who soared peroratorically above the old lady's good deed. Yet it is none the less potent in its influence upon the pub lic mind, and the Awful Ekample chanced to be in Sydney last week. .An unpatriotic lady, also of the char woman persuasion, had £60 in the Government Savings Bank, and she -would, not .listen to any. argument S about trusting to all the resources of the State or the Commonwealth. " Resources is all very well," shesaid, S ,b':hut sovereigns in a sock is better." So she.went and got the gold. She ctsche'd her little bag with a trium phant ...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. .The Federal elections take place to day) Saturday, and we would urge all 1 members not to omit to vote. There is e grave danger that the elections will be Soverlooked by many, as the way has im. Smensely overshadow9, other interests. SFor yfork.i olctorate there are two 4 eandidates, via., iMr Frank Anstey, the sitting member, who carries the Labor Sflag, and Mr R. M. Jennings, the ' Liberal candidate. Each party is run l ning six candidates for the Senate. The e Liberals are, James McColl, W. H, Ed. Sgar, Hume Cook, W. J. McLean, W. A. Trenwith, and S. Mauger. The Ia. Sborites, S. Barker, J. Barnes, A. Blakey, E. Findley, A. N. Moissoc?k, and . SRussell,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 September 1914
Phone, Northcote 448 HARRY SWAIN'S Boots for Everybody. We only keep Solid Leather Goods. Boys' School Boots from 4s Ixd Girls' School Boots from 3s 6d Str:ong Ankle-strap Shoes for Children from 2s 3d. Men's Watertights from 7s rid A Special line Maid's Strong School Boots, sizes 3 to 7, neat, 6s 6d Do., do., in Shoes, 5s 6d. Don't forget the Address HARRY SWAIN, SJOHNSTON STREET, ABBOTSFORD 2 doors from Victoria Park Railway Station. Hlere is something new to the public of Heidelberg District. o you know lcan get meat at thepresent day II IW ?,IW I~lkll which will cost you less than it did at the time shen all prices were much lower ? If not, do not delay in calling at C OOI(E'S Opposite Clifton Hill Station in QUEEN'S PARADE, The Premier Shop for, all lines in meat A few prices: . Mincemeat $id lb Wonderful Tomato Sausages (the real thing) 5d lb Sausages 3?d lb Good Prime Roast Beef from 3d Ib Corn Beef from 3d lb Sides of Mutton 3kd lb Cambridge Pork 6d lb Tripe 4d lb All other ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 September 1914
Phone, Northcote 448 HARRY SWAIN'S Boots for Everybody. We only keep Solid Leather Goods. Boys' School Boots from 4s rid Girls' School Boots from .3s 6d Strong Ankle-strap Shoes for Children from 2s 3d Men's Watertights from 7s Ird A Special line Maid's Strong School Boots, eizes 3 to 7, neat, 6s 6d Do., do, in Shoes, 5s 6d. Don't forget the Address- HARRY SWAIN, JOHNSTON STREET, ABBOTSFORD 2 doors from Victoria Park Railway Station. Uere is something new to the public of Heidelberg District. D e that you can get meat at the present day Do y u knioW which will cost you less than it did at the time i hetn ill prices were much lower P If not, do not delay in calling at COpposite Clifton Hill Station SV in QUEEN'S PARADE. The Premier Shop for all lines in meat A few prices: Mincemeat 2ld lb Wonderful Tomato Sausages (the real thing) 5d Ib Sausages 3?d lb Good Prime Roast Beef from 3d lb Corn Beef from 3d lb Sides of Mutton 3id lb Cambridge Pork 6d Ib Tripe 4d lb All other small goods a...
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 September 1914
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. .It is a mistake to suppose that we doctors are only consulted in illness or upon medical subjects merely, said a physician to the writer. The family doctor, who has, perhaps, attended the father and grandfather before them, is regarded as a friend of the Shousehold, and his advice is sought in many serious cases. Secrets are sometimes confided to the family doc tor that would not be entrusted to the family solicitor. In one instance, where the nephew of a deceased ship owner iorged a will, diverting to him self £30,Uuu, the facts were laid before i the family physician, wlho, liy prompt negotlauon with the relatives, averted crlmlna- proceedings.h A': celebrated West End physician, during many years' practice among the nobility, has had confided to hliim some of the most important secrets :of the land. Some. time. ago7 by his judicious ad vice, i20,000 was paid to stop breach of promise proceedings against a well-known nobleman, and this would have dragge.d so...
SECOND ROUND. 23rd and 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 September 1914
SECOND ROUND. 23rd and 30th January. Heidelberg v. Templestowe A Ivanhoe v. Greensborough Templestowe B v. Fairlield Alphington v. Diamond Creek 6th and 13th February. S Templestowe A v. Alphifigton Greensborough v. Templestowe B Fairfield v. Ivanhee Diamond Creek v. Heidelberg 20th and 27th February. Ivanhoe v. Templebtowe A He ticidelberg v. Greensborough -, lphington v. Fairfiel d Templestowe B v. Diamond Creeok 6th and 13th March. Fairfield v. Heidelberg Diamond Creek v. Ivanhoc Tcmplestowe A v. Templestowe B Greensborough v. Alphinlgton 20th and 27th March. Diamond Creek v. Templestowe A Fairlicld v. Greensborough - Ivanho v. Heidelberg Templestowc B v. Alphington Matches to be played on tirst-named club's ground.
WOMEN AND THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 September 1914
WOMEN AND THE WAR. The eminently domestis Australa sian 'maga~lie, f":Everyla'dy:s Journal," has succumbed to the demand, and'issued tle-first Qf a spepiil war number for w0rornn. Therd is an excelleint batch' of information telling wonen how to live and help in war -tmoe. The causes of the war are explained, and Lady Helen i Munro-Ferguson tells how they can help £ her carry out the Red Cross scheme. Eminent people, including the Minister for Defence, the Leader of the Opposi tion, and others, give their views as to the part women can play in war time. There are a number of articles showing r bho p.ople ean live economically during had'tinies. 'Seieral paga~ of designs of j upjto-date garmejits are sliowp, ind tie o editor will supply patterns at a :cheap rate. The fancy work section is very f strong this month. The price of the journal is sixpence.
CRICKET. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 September 1914
S FIRST ROUND. 3rd and 10th October. ¾- Templestowre A v. Heidelberg Greensborough v. Ivanhoe Fairfield v. Templestowe B Diamond Creek v. Alphington 17th and 24th October. Alphington v. Templestowe A 'femplestowe v. Greensloroughl tvanhoe v. Fairlield Heidelberg v. Diamond Creek 31st October and 7th November. Temnlestowe A v. Ivanhoe Greensborough v. lHeidelberg Fairfield v. Alphington Diamond Creek v. Templestowe B 14th and 21st November. lHeidelberg v. Fairfield Ivanhoe v. Diamond Creek Tcmplestc·we B v. Templestowe A Alphington v. Greensborough 28th. November and 5th December. Templeatowe A v. Diamond Creek Greensborough v. Fairfield Heidelberg v. Ivanhoe Alphington v. Templestowe B 12ts and 19th December. Diamond Creek v. Greensborough Fairlield v. Templestowe A Ivaahoe v. Alphington Templestowe B v. Heidelberg 9th and 16th January. Greensborough v. Templestowe A Diamond Creek v. Fairtield Alphington v. Heidelberg Templestowe B v. Ivanhoe