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HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 May 1917
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. The councillors met at the Shire Hall, Heidelberg, on Tuesday evcn ing. Present:-Crs. Keanm (presi dent), Bryant. Ball, Hannah, Rank, Stone, Coate, Lorimer, and. White. Crs. May and Stobie were attending a Council meeting in Coburg in con nection witi thle reticulation of outer suburbs, and an apology was received from Cr. Price, who was in Sydn;ey. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Shire of Maldbn, en closing circular re the administration of the Thistle Act.-Received. Shire of Nunawading, enclosing copy of a letter sent to their repre sentative in the Legislative Council re fish supply, etc., and asking co. operation.-Received. R. McGrath, Alphington, making application for position as ranger. Received. Secretary Heidelberg District Band, enclosing programme of band con certs.-Band to be asked to postpone performances until the warmer wea ther. Town Clerk, Coburg, stating that a conferefice re the extension of water mains in outlying areas will be...
Heidelberg Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 14. (Before Messrs Macleod, Carruthers, and Jones, J.P.'s.) Motor Noises. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 May 1917
Heidelberg Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 14. (Before Messrs Macleod, Carruthers, and Jones, J.P.'s.) Motor Noises. Constable Harrison v. Ernest Garrott, of Richmond, charging him with making an excessive motor noise on Sunday, April 29, at 11.30 a.m., when passing a church in Ivanhoe. Defendant stated in a letter that he did not know he was near a church. Fined 5s. The Loan of a Pony. Mrs Anderson sued Wmin. H. Esdaile for the return of a pony or the value, £10. Mr Forgarty appeared for plain tiff and Mr Wingrove for defendant. According to plaintiff's evidence, it appears that in March, 1915, Mrs Anderson, of Croydon, lent Esdaile her pony for the keeping of itL She was then hiving at North Melbourne, and had no where to keep it, and the pony was then at her sister's place in Eltham. The arrangement was that when Anderson wanted the pony it was to be returned. When Esdaile was asked for it recently he said it was his, and afterwards said that if the pony was taken away he would want £1...
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. MATCH AGAINST HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 May 1917
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. IMIATOCH AGAINST HEIDELBERG. - Notes by "Sir Francis." The fixture last Saturday was at Hei delberg. It was a pity the weather was so cold, and the slight rain that fell made the play still more uncomfortable. While the sunshine lasted the game was most enjoyable and played with much keen ness. Neither side was fully represent ed. The absence of the Rev. Alex. Har die was noted, and many were the ex pressions of sorrow for the absent cap tain and Mrs'Hardie in the loss of their beloved only son Lance-Corporal Nor man Hardie. It was intended to start the match early, but absentees on both sides delayed the start, so that it was al most dark before the proceedings ter minated. The result was a win for Ivan noe uy me smas margin or i poisus. J. A. King was the best winner for Ivan hoe, and he finished up nine ahead of Huffer, the energetic Heidelberg secre tary. The game between President May, of Heidelberg, and H. Oakes was a real good go all th...
IVANHOE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 May 1917
I~VANHOE MEETING. A representative meeting of ladies and gentlemen belonging to the Ivanhoe pa triotic societies met at the invitation of Cr Bryant at St. James Parish Hall on Tuesday last to consider the most etfec tive means of helping the above move ment. e A cheque for £/2/21 was received from Mr W. R. Ball, and a handsomely bound collection of colored pictures-reproduc tions of works of art in the British art galleries-the gift of Mr S. F. Sharp. The pictures are to be disposed of by art union. Many other gifts were received by ladies in charge of kiosks, and an in vitation appears in our advertising col umns asking for further gifts from those sympathising with the movement. In addition to the kiosks, those travelling by all trains during next week are to be invited to part with their small change by dropping same in coppers which will be placed at the station entrance in charge of lady helpers. The Button Day is to receive extra attention on Empire Day, and it is hoped no one...
British Red Cross Movement NEXT THURSDAY'S EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 May 1917
British Red Cross Mlovement NEXT THURSDAY'S EFFORT. Between 60 and 70 persons attended the meeting in the Fairfield Hall on Monday evening for the purpose of de vising ways of raising money for the British Red Cross. Cr Coate was appointed chairman on the motion of Cr May. Mr L. Barke was appointed secretary, and Mr Pitcher jun. treasurer. The Chairman said the council was as sisting in the movement, and he would like to see Australia Day eclipsed, when the shire people raised over £400. A letter was read from Lady Stanley, appealing for Red Cross assistance. The Chairman reported that the Fair field Red Cross Society (men's branch) had donated £5/5/ towardsthe fund. It was decided that the same boun daries be adhered to as on other button days, and that kiosks be erected for the sale of vegetables, fruit, jams, and any articles that may be kindly forwarded to Cr Coate, who will see that they are ar ranged for sale. Mrs Coate asked for more helpers for button day. A copper will be p...
W.C.T.U. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 May 1917
W.C.T.U. The Fairfield branch of the W.C.T.U. held an.-enjoyable, 'social afternoon On Tuesday last in the Baptist Church, Mrs McIntyre presiding. Mr Carbis and Rev J. Worboys addressed the meeting. The latter urged all present to work and pray for prohibition for Australia. Solos were rendered by Miss Somerville and Mirs Newnham, the accompaniments be ing played by Mrs Fullard. Mrs Griffin was elected as representative on the No Liceiise Leagfie. The following resolu tion was unanimously carried: "That we request the Imperial war authorities through the Minister of Defence (Sena tor Pearce), to see that no wet canteen should exist where Australian soldiers are encamped; that we ask the Minister of Defence to put the War Precautions Act into force so that 'shouting' intoxi cents will be an offence." Four new members were gained, and a cup of tea brought the meeting to a close.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 May 1917
FOOTBALL. On Saturday last the Fairfield Juniors :played the Swallows (Albert Park) at .Fairfield. The juniors included Smith, Elayson, Freeman, Rlice, Murphy, Phil lips in place. of Roach, Connell, Arm strong, Raines, Mawby and Adams. The match was one-sided, the Juniors play ing all over their opponents. At three qluarter time the Juniors were 102 points to their opponents' nothing. The final scores were-Fairlield Juniors, 17 goals 25 behlindst 127 points; Swallows, 1 goal 2 behinds,8 points. Goalkickers-Fair. field; Smith 4, Brooker 4, McPherson 3, I[ay~qfi 2, Burchill, Hams, Purcell and Murphy. :The whole of the Juniors played fast clean football, sbut the best of a good team were Smith, ITayson, Bowvdler, Harding, Donald and Forty. To-day t:he Juaiors lIay -Ndrth Carl ton at the latter place.
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 May 1917
PITH AND POINT. -4----- Reports of a council discussion on the new by-laws, Presbyterian anniversary, anti-shouting, mission, and Fairfield Red Cross appeal are unavoidably held over. Three horses are impounded. Follow the crowd to Hattams for bar gains in drapery and household goods. Constable Harrison, of Ivanhoe, is to be transferred to Cowes, the constable from there coming to Ivanhoe. A meeting will be held in the Heidel berg bowling pavilion on Monday even ing of all those interested in the British Red Cross movement. Attention is di-awn to the advertise meat of the Women's National League in connection with an " Old English fair" in aid of the British Red Cross. Mr A. E. Haughton, of the firm of iMessrs Coghill and Hae.ihton, is the latest to take up hi . . . ,e in the In order to entertain the children on Empire Day, dips and bran pies will'be arranged for throughout the shire, and pennies will be wanted. A meeting will be held in the Ivanhoe Hall on Thursday next to arrange...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
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ANTI-SHOUTING PROPOSAL. ADDRESS BY HON. S. MAUGER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
ANTI-SHOUTING PROPOSAL. ADDRESS BY HON. S. MAUGER. Despite the cold weather on Sunday evening last there was a fair attendance in the Fairfield Park Theatre to listen to an address on the liquor question by the Hon S. Mauger. Chaplain-General Mackay presided. Reev J. Worboys welcomed him and also tile speaker. Mr Maneer said that during the re cent ehections Mr Hughes had been questioned onl the subject of the prohibi tion of shouting, and had replied in:a somewhat remarkable manner. Accord ing to a report in'the Bendigo papers, Mr Hughes said, inter alia: "Strong drink is an evil, but it does not enter into this campaign. I want to be per fectly honest and fair. I do not believe in drink myself, and although I am a So cialist I believe in giving people indivi dually as much freedom as possible, and let every man as far as possible do what he pleases. I am a firm believer in the virtues of temperance, but I am not go ing to use the law t3 make people con form to my idea because I ha...
Heidelberg Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 21. (Before Dr Rollason & Mr Jones, J.P.'s) Found Drunk. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
IHeidelberg Police CouIt. MONDAY, MAY 21. (Before Dr Rollason h Mr Jones, J.P.'s) Found Drunk. James Winnell was charged on the information of Constable Costello with being drunk on the Heidelberg platform on May 19, and had it not been for a railway employee he might have been run. over by the train. Defendant said he had been weak on his legs and liable to fall down at any time. He was not in the habit of taking drink and it would not happen again.-Fined 10s. Wandering Stock. H. Fluck (shire officer) v: W. Hardie, for allowing a horse to wan der in Fairfiield.-Fined 7/6 and 7/ costs. Same v. J. Back for two cows on Lower Heidelberg road. Defend ant pleaded not guilty, but said they belonged to his wife. He accepted responsibility and was fined 10/ and 7/6 costs. J. Twomey was fined 7/6 a head and 11/6 costs for three cows on Lower Heidelberg road. Sam Edgeberg was fined 7/6 and 5/6 costs for a stray cow in Fair field. Motor Noise. Constable Harrison charged E. R. Dixon with causin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
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WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
* WELCOME HOME. Members of the Waverley Tennis Club met at the Ivanhoe hall on the 17th to extend a, hearty-welcome to Mr and Mrs Esmond Kiernan on their return af ter speiding -an enj6yable honeymoon in America and Cianada. The .hall was crowded witli membbri aind friends, and an ekcclcln?t.musical progrannme was cointributed by M;i?[ Pat Coleman, Mr Jeffriei? ir McuNamara and:othiors. The remaindler of; the- evening,_ ari s spent'in danicing,'whiLhfih veryone tlhoroighly enu joyed. Du rii ng the oevening Mr T. Davis (president of tihe club) presented on be: half: of t]he ?iemibeis and friends present a silverl jaideier and pair:of silver llowe; vases,t testifying ito the high esteem in which they 'nere held.:' Rev. Father Hayes, resporiding on behalf of :the visi tors, referred to thegood qualities of the bridegroom ar d the.xallable?eseriees he had rehdered to the Catlioli&: soeieties. lie felt sure that his selection of'such an aecomplished young lidj as Miss Harri son f...
AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. The monthly meeting was held at IHeidelberg on Wednesday,;.16th May, tlhe president, MIrs. D. H. Maling, in the chair. There was a good attend ance of. members, and'all 'w'ere grate ful for the isuccess at the Federal elections T::.:The hon. secr 6tary-- re i ote I ad.: htteiding li? e"lectorat'e. coim mittee mteetings, aind also read a .let err fro i Coucilor iay,: fb'orwarded bY te:1 energetic :iion.. secretary of Ivanhoe : section:;. Mir.. Rbdgeis, "thanking tlhe: ladis for their work." Members ere ::glad to have had the opportunity to work :.fora :Natiobnalist candidate, and feel that had .ll parts of.the electorate been properly or ganised- i a comlet-e fictori"l would have been the result,: ' The hon. treasurer, Miss :Mbrley, read her report,- which w'asi very satisfacfory, and all accoiunits .were. passed for paymhciit. The delegate to the Central," Mrs: H. Miuertrll; : re ported on the c'nig' Emipire de monstration; also the Old English Fa...
PRAISEWORTHY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
PRAISEWOUrHY WORK. A number of men in Heidelberg are to be commended for their action in giv ing their services in completing a house for the widow of a soldier. When Mr Jones, of Berlin estate, enlisted, he had but the frame of his house up, and war claimed him while doing his'duty. In order to help the widow the State War Council appealed to the patriotism of the Heidelberg people to do something to wards completing the house. Mr Rouch took the matter in hand, and with 20 of his staff put in several Saturday after noons on the work, with the result that the house is now complete and comfort able, and Mrs Jones expresses her grati tude to all those who have given such valuable assistance.
DIPHTHERIA SCARE. Meeting in Fairfield. Health Administration Criticised. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
IIIPHTHEil IA SAR E. Meeting in Fairfield. Health Administration Criticised. In consequence of thirty cases of liphtheria and" eight deaths during he past six months in the Fairfield listrict, a public meeting was coi vened by the Fairfield Progress As :ociation." to consider .what could be lone to combat the disease. There vere about 80 persons present in the Fairfield Hall on Tuesday evening. Mr. Oscar Sherriff (president of he association) presided, and stated hat many resolutions had been pass :d and letters written to various bodies, but without result, and mat ers had become so alarming that it vas deemed necessary to. call. the people together. A Grievance. Cr. A. May, before referring to the ,bject of the meeting, welcomed Ion. J. G. Membrey (applause), who vas anxious to find 'out what griev nce the people had. Cr. May said the residents had no fault to find vith the council, and the meeting must not be regarded as the Pro gress Association versus the council. The council h...
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. "Mistakes I have made and how I have remedied them" was the subject of an address given- by iMr H. Alston, of Diamond Creek, at the monthly meeting of the Ivanhoe Horticultnural Society on Monday evening, before 60 members. After detailing the ups and downs of gardening, Mr Alston said that for a man to be a success he must be his own experimenter. Two of the greatest faults with gardeners was excessive manuring and watering. He preferred a good soaker once a week to a sprinkler every night, and overhead watering is not good.: The use of manures depends on the soil, and lime should not be used at the same time as other manures. Plain sand is good o plant tseeds in, but people should be careful to get what grows best in their own district. Grow good stuff, get your own seeds, and you will have results every time. Special attention should be paid to pruning, as more trees are spoilt through ignorance than people dream of. He had spent £59 a year on spraying mate...