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FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
FOOTBALL CLUB. ir,-In your paper last week there eared a letter which I'think.puts r club in a false positi6n, and it is ly due to the members of that b that some explanation be made. is present club is not a ?new one, t.is the Ivanhoe Junioi F.C. of. last 'son. At a meetin'g held onr 1.3th rch, it was decided to form a club this season, .and to call it the anhoe F.C. When. this motion was sed, the meeting didi not know the old Senior Club : ,as still in 'stence; but. ir. :S. Renidle's letter s now shlown us .the true, position, the club will nolwv resume its for r uani? of tiie .J.F.C. Tihe com ttee o the Seiniors s?iated tliat, 'al ugh their owni club wis distbanded, Swou0ld endeavour to support the noors, so trusting that that sup rt will not be withdrawn.-Yours, R, S. MATHEWS, Hon, Sec.
FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
FBAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES. The third episode of that fascinating play, " Gloria's Romance," is billed for to-day. The beautiful Billy Burke charms old and young, and her experi ences carry one to other worlds. "The Crimson Stain" serial and latest war films also add to the programme. On Wednesday next "Flirting with fate" (Douglas Fairbank), and " Bucking So ciety (triangle comedy) will be filmed. Commencing on June 6, and being shown on Wednesday nights and Saturday af ternoons, the thrilling story " Liberty" will be screened. It deals with love, plotting, bandits, speculation, &c.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [?] do not hold ourselves responsible for, [?] identify ourselves with, the opinions [?]pressed by our correspondents. APPEAL FOR RED CROSS WORKERS FOR FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. do not hold ourselvel responelble for, identify ourselves with, the oplnions resed by our correspondents. EAL FOR RED CROSS WORKERB FOR FAIRFIELD. r,-This Society is in urgent need more workers. The demand for forts and necessities. such as the SCross provides for 'sick and tided soldiers, : is greater than i. t must be olbvious to every that a great offensive such as is taking place taxes the resources the Red Cross inovement to its· ost. Each district is asked~l:to do r share for the welfare,; iot: ol3 heir own boys who have gone to front, but for the support of the ement as a whole. We ai-e iinst ious that Fairfield and. district 1d not be behind in its efforts to Sthe demands made upoin it. This ien's work, and it depends' absd ly on the men of the district to old the ihoniour of the district to ch they belong. Tlhe work is so ed that everybbdy can do some g. A man need not necessarily tradesman or mechanic; as there lenty of work in. assembling or iing ot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
Or. CEDRIC ROCHE " WURROOK," IVANHOe. Hears: 9. teo 10 .m., 1 to 2.30p.m., 6to 7.30 P.R. Satirdayu and Cundays, 9 to 10 a.m. Vaccination-Tuesday-, 2 to 8 p.m. VisYits FAIRFIELD daily 11 a.m. (Saadays excepted). Messages may be lpet at Mr. McGregor's, next to Mr. fatsh's, Statioatreet. Private Hospital (Registered). £ KIA ORA,"' HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANHOE-Close Statitlon. Patients accommodated before and after accouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention. Fees- Moderate. Vhiting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certlcated); NUJRSE WENDT, a FULLY TRAINED AND QUALIFIED NURSE, -TIBHES to inform the public of the V V district that she has commenced practice, and will visit all parts of the ishire. Address " Watford."' ABBOTSFORD GROVE, IVANHOE. Henderson & Ball (Thoma HIeaderson-RobIert G. Ball.). SOLICITORS & CONVEYANCERS. TORMANBY CHAMBERS, -i40 LI'TTLE COLLINS STREET, UELBOURNE. Money to lend on Freehold MIortgages. MR. R. G. BALL'S Address: "Toolangi," Heidelberg-noa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
... Tye & Co. Prop. Ltd., 237-239 Smith Street _ FITZROY. COMIPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, Manufacturers arid Importers of Bedroom, Suites Dining Room Suites, Sideboards Bedsteads Wire Mattresses Bedding Carpets Rugs Linoleum, Prophophones Sewing Machnines Crockery Glassware Lace Curtains Hall Curtains Table Covers Blankets Quilts and every description of Furniture and Furnishing Drapery. IYE & Co., 237-239 Smith St., itzroy. H. TARRANT Parcels Express & General Carrier, Parcels Collected to and from all Buburbs Daily by HEAD OFFICE, most reliable men. Passengers Luggage by Intercolonial or Mail Boats 341 COLLINS STREET receive special attention. (Next Commercial Bank) - - A TRIAL SOLIOITED. Telephone 1561 MY success depends on your recommendation. ESTIMATES FREELY GIVEN, Ring up Heidelberg 64 before 10 a,m. (Saturday excepted), and you can hare your goods delivered same day to any suburb. W, G. APPS AND SON HEAD OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE : MIOORE-ST., FITZROY. BRANCHE...
Alarm in Fairfield. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
Che Dcws. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, MAY 26. Alarm in Fairfield. Thirty cases of diphtheria, includ ing eight deaths, within six months, has-naturally caused alarm amongst the parents, especially as nothing appears to have been done to miti gate the spread of the disease. A number of "health notes" have pass ed from the Progress Society to the Council, from the Council to the Board, and from the Board to the Council, and in the meantime chil dren have been dying. The question natuirally arises-: Whose business is it ? Each one in its turn has endea vored to do its best, as far as a per functory kind of inspection is con cerned, and the other "measures" have been confined to correspon dence. Those who are most concern ed and have made official inquiries, confess that they do not know who is to remedy the evil. None of the authorities seem to have any money for the purpose, hence the passing of the " notes.' When road-making and drainage are concerned, ques tions of fi...
RAISING THE MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
IAISI G THE MONEY. he day was showery and cold, but etheless the laedy workers did yeo service in selling buttons and gifts. returns, although incomplete, are as -Heidelberg ... £J30 0 0 Ivanhoe ... 121 0 0 Alphington . 30 0 0 Fairfield ... 141 12 10 £422 12 10 Saddition to the above the shire cil has donated 50 guineas. airfield's amount was made by tns£60/IS/9, kiosks £2511914, do ons £2./9/, concert tickets £11/14/9, of penny programmes 11/, copper at ion £18, auction £2/15/3. , procession and concert were held at field, the attendance being about particulars of which are held over.
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. Notes by " Sir Francis." The season was practially con cluded last 'Saturday, as far as the association's fixtures are concerned, by the two matches 'ilayed against Preston-the Aý team at Preston, and the B'team at Ivanhoe. Although the weather was on the gloomy side, the rinks at Preston were in good order, and the game was well con tested all the way. Preston did not have their iisual team, and Ivanhoe had,-a few absentees-engaged else where. The match resulted in a vic tory for Ivanhoe, who finished 56 points to the good, and was a satis factory wind-up to an interesting season. Two old friends were drawn as contestants in Broadhurst (Pres ton) and A. Walker (Ivanhoe).' By the eleventh end Broadhurst had reached a: score-6of ,5. to 9, but at the sixteenth end the scoringg was about i square. Walker's four then added 2, 3,, 4, .4,. , 3his oppoiient only. being abl6e to.: respond .with i a single point. .Walker -was thus :36 to IS. Walker -wa...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
PITH AND POINT. Anniversary services ivill be held at St. Jude's Church, Alphington, on Sun day next. Follow the crowd to Hattams for bar gains in drapery and household goods. Tenders are called by the shire coun. cil for work at Fairfield and Ivanhoe. Northcote's busy drapers (Messrs Hat tam and Hattam) quote a number of startling prices in this issue. The next meeting of the Heidelberg District Patriotic League will be held at Hfeidelberg on MIonday next at 2.30. For quotations and designs of photo lockets seeMr W. E. Ladner's special advertisement on page 4. His business address is Smith-street, Collingwood. A farewell was tendered to Mr J. Jenkin on Tuesday evening, the night before going into camp,. The report is held over. Mr W. F. Casey, of the Ivanhoe State school, forwards the record of rainfall, showing that 87 points have fallen for week ending 9 a.m. on Mayl 25th, making a total, of 872 points since the 1st of January. At the Heidelberg court on Monday reference was made...
SHIRE BY-LAWS. Hoardings. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
SHIRE BY-LAWS, JI SHoardings. At Tuesday's meeting of the Heli delberg Shire Council, the State Re. cruiting Committee wrote, asking permission to advertise on the Lev ingston hoarding, and the committee decided to refuse permission. Cr. Coate asked if it were wise to do so. The President said the Council had decided to refuse all permits. Re cruiting was necessary, alnd the Coun-? cil can make special provisions. If I thiis by-law had been passed twelve months ago, there would be no hoard ings to advertise on. Cr. Stone said that councillors of other places had eulogised the H-ei delberg shire for the action. it has taken in connectioin with hoardingss Cr. Whitc---Can't a .man put up a hoarding in front .of his own pro perty? The President-Not wvithout per mission. Cr. White-W:ho would prosecute? The President-The Council. Cr. White-If we want recruiting, it should be advertised. Thile President-It is not a ques tion of whether we will approve of recruiting; it is whether we will g...
FIRST IVANHOE TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
FIRST IVANHOE TROOP. On Saturday the First Troop met un der Scoutmaster Wilson, and 22 scouts were on parade. A game of attack and defence was played' on the Kew side of the river. Two scouts, who were for merly patrol leader and second of the First Collingwood Troop, have joined the First Ivanhoe Troop. Some time ago the Troop was presented with a boat by Mr Hfume, and the scouts have just finished painting and repairing it. As the boat is rather small and light, only swimmers will be allowed to use it, as it is not considered safe for non-swimmers. There arevacancies in the troop for boys of 10 years of age and upwards, and recruits will be welcomed. • .
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
FOOTBALL. * On Saturday the Fairfield juniors met North Carlton at the latter. The juniors included Armstrong and O'Shannesey in place of Hams and Rice. For the first half the gamd was 'fist and even, the ju niors having the advantage. The scores were-Fairfield juniors 5 goals 3 behinds, North Carlton 2 goals 3 behinds. In the third quarter the juniors played all over their opponents, and were leading by 24 points at the end of the quarter. In the final quarter the juniors started from the bounce, and put on three goals one after the other. Carlton then made a great final effort and hibl the junior backs hard piressed for the remainder of the game, but were unable tdbreak through. The fiual scores were?Fairfield junior.s 10 goals 8 behinds, 68 points; North Carl ton 5 goals 9 behinds, 39 points. Goal ki.kers-Fairfield : Brooker 3, Murphy 2,' Birchill, O'Shannesey, Smith, Mc Pherson and Donald. The juniors play ed a fast and splendid game, every man playing well, but those to stand o...
Ivanhoe Presbyterian Church [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 May 1917
Ivan hoe Presbyterian Church The 9th anniversary of the Ivanhoe Presbyterian Church was celebrated by special services on Sunday last, the pul- pit in the morning being occupied by the Rev M'Caulay Caldwell. of Cairns Ide morial Church, East Melbourne, and in the evening by Rev Professor Adam, of Orimond College. Large congregations gathered at both services, and the able discourses were much enjoyed. Speciali music for the occasion was provided by the members of the choir, and at the evening service Mrs Townley rendered "On Mighty Pens," from The-Creation. It is fitting that these anniversary ser vices marked the last occasion on which Presbyterians will meet for worship in the church hall in Ivanhoe Parade. The building is now being removed to the new site in Ndel-street, where it is hoped a churdh worthy of Presbyterianism will be erected in the near future. in connection winu Tme anniversary a high fea and concert were held in the Ivanhoe hall on Wednesday evening, 16th inst. Fo...
Lord Rosebery on Character. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
Lord Rosebery on Character. Lord Rosebery, speaking as Chan cellor of London University on pre sentation day, said:-"'' We talk of the sciences and various arts and faculties to which University life is rightly devoted, but unfortunately we have not, and I suppose-we can not, furnish a faculty of cha:acter. It is character that rules the World. What is this war' but a conflict of character, a conflict betweenn the gallant, reckless; confideint Briton -always taken unawares, buit al ways ready to make up the gap and the cold, calculatiing nation of assassins, able through a whole generation to devote all their.re sources of science and .knowledge to the preparation of a hideous con spiracy against tlieir neighbors aindc the liberties of men. ,I cannot uni derstaud how neutirals--I speak only of European neutrals--cali look with indiffereince on :this con flict of characters, b!because they must know that if tlhe British char acter prevails--as' ie:. know before God that it will-every...
Our Splendid Men. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
Our Splendid Men. John Brown " found his soul" when he defiantly stood on the scaf fold and died that those already in slavery might live. And there is no difficulty in finding examples in this war of that spirit of sacrifice which from Calvary downwards has helped to emancipate mankind from the materialism and help-towards a kindling of the spark of unmor tality. " I thank God, father," wrote a French youth from the trenches, " that I was born in time to die for France in 1915." " Never mind me, me~n," shouted a midshipman to a crowded boat load of sailors from a sunken wair ship; " just give my love to mother and say I was glad to die for France." And the Admiralof the saine ship refused to jimp from the bridge and be saved, shouting to his would-be rescuers: " No, my. duty and destiny are here. Loig live France." So speaketh. the soul of a nation thatis hourly making he roic sacrifices. " If I cannot finish my work in thle course of the war, I rely on my son to do it;" said the K...
Tobacco Smoking. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
Tobacco Smoking. The following is an interesting statement of a man with reference to smoking :-The amount I should have .wasted through smoking to bacco, at the low estimate of £4 per annum, at varying rates of in terest, over a term of 60 years, is as follows: Rate of interest-5, £1,414/5/8; 5S, £1,733/16/; 6,:. /,;132/10/2: cy, £,2,630/15/2 ; 7, ;3,254/1i/7 7y, £4,034/12/6,; 8, 5,,012/17/8 When I gave up smoking in 1856 ten per cent. was about the rate of interest. I estimate 7 per cent is about the average for 60 years, so up to last year my saving would be L3,254/1/7; add to this interest for one year ending March 1917, the total saving to that date .would be about £3,485. A smoker of cigars would, I consider, spend fdur times asmuch as £4 a year. In thiscase the waste would amount to about £13,740. In additionto the mone tary saving I have. had the follow ing advantages:-A. Better health I believe; I am now over 86 and in good health; b. Have not set a bad example, especially ...