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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
C IHEAP Weatherboards 0/ 100ft, light ." garden barrows from 1-1/, tar 4/ ti.- -IOPKINs, 71 Ford-street, Ianhoe. STRAWB3ERRY - Plfitsfor ale., R hodos SEarly and Up-:to-clate: Stvong healthy planits.---T. CASHIN, Templosto\-e, pHI- i Drawing of the Raffle for the Tur 1 C uoise and Diamend Ring will lie drawn at tlh Ivanhoe IHall on Friday, Sth June. Winning number published in Age and Argns Oth June. Ladies and gentle. men who bought but did not receive tickets can obtain them from MRS OW1?N, Thorcs by Grove, Ivanhoe, FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSO CIATION. r?-HE Monthly Meethig .wi! be hold in I the Fairfield HaIll on Tuesday nIcxt, June 5th, at 8 p.ny. Election of Oicc.rs, and General. OSGAR SIHE R)f T, Preoidont. O1i03T. NNIGHT, Secretary. e ° ....... .. . * I.TINCTION in a Suit is as im portant to the wcl!-dresse:d man as iodividuality and faultless workmanship. These qualities are assured by ordering your newv Suit here. We have a Beautiful Range in f h Wooltens in all the Newest Colo...
British Red Cross Movement. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
British Red Croess Movement. Empi;re :Day :fcll tlis ye~ir n: init?: midst of ';ethieti ha::'fit uld baiey be monlc re unle'isantf unlcss there could be added e't it those' is om for ts our iaives i li hdt bear in th e s and ran o s o si: 'liti ays .of sunsi s.ne fte.? hitli! in clt ent: ays a thatpi ecdesl i thea omen es eem c and favourable utas- the' dlay worel ,on it ~\ia's~a11ftd:' certain ~tli~.hat theclerk o th wethe iSoon a.qf ter ,middnay- glreait baink s of~E .-h1tc I h moo lowering ofd lousheaped themselves -up towid?th':soutli sothl nd:a bydl oclck kiosk workers were d enuing thelii stalls of p?irisha~le artcesi and.:~di ?tli bulttol sellerisd and otlie-rs seeking any. S hel ter the3 I:uld oin;d fioi-n the Iheavy dlo wnpo 1 in itig.g it wi-as, none i'W of the ladies and tle a: .:credit unflo ii i the?irs 1e::; vl?-e sertecl their posts The spirit of tlies days is toi.sticlk t out and -the, splendidly : "ostuck it o iut. i B d:::i spite: the in wauntowa",:d comnadi tion o...
FAIRFIELD'S EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
vas do oin Em p pre Day, a pioces !ion took Plac iin th Ive Icn con ;isting o f ti -::id elberg Baind, adets ;rifle club boy, -scouts, Red o;isski-oe::;:rs :atwo:rk onlat.rIoplly t iJolnT Ambiula ? ri Brig d?i e and? a numbei of followers -slS hirc lec triciani :ihv :iad:: d^aispl ay) cil :' ris biiity byi ha??lvil gar; coss;. i` .:front f[ th'l i lnihd, :red w? ite i'd~-blule a lhts across tl c streets effect beiig veryý good." '\About 800' pecople tlen nterded the ipicturc theatre ;to enloy" thei- ~cncert 'organised ly ;:an John o:nate: vwas ;l0liiiman andf IMr . W Barke secretary. Thec Hon. J Meminbrey. in.1a shorit acllaress oin- Enpire Day, said that he wis Apleased to.be present an o iknow- thiat :thi obj ect f lhei evenng was to raise moi ey': for -:ione of the inest institutions in the worldc the British Red CrRosis :Societh. -ie: hacd r-addiessed a numb er of chiildren at various schools i the electorate that iay, and all felt the iimportancei of the celebratiion Wihe'i'twa...
LYRIC PICTURES—IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
L YRICPi P TCURES--IVVANHOE ::There was a: full lhouse on' Tuesday eveining list, and.the lnmber story, " The end fE the:Rainbow,"' proved very fls:. cinatingi, while .the music supplied :as :most' appropiate. On Tuesday 'next ",Dr Neighbor"' will.b the leading fili, and the incidents connected with Hazel loEgers,?' ? a hi nd; her ,vahrioius suitorari'i'a thlilling and entrancing.: in additi6 .theire -will be a varity; of topi ical, stceic. and: humorous 'lictures.:.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
A. E. TOWERS, W ISHEES to inform the public of Ivan hoe that he has taken over the Pastrycook & Catering Business from Mr H. HIamilton, and trusts by strict attention to orders to merit a continuance of trade. All goods made on the premises, and guarantccd to contain only first-class ma terials. Pay a visit to the shop. ADDRESS-BHEIDELBEI?ERG-RD., iVANHOE. Phone 108. THOS. JAMES & SONS, RANGEWORTHY ESTATE, IVANHOE. Tcleph ne-Heidelberg, 189. T?HI? Famous Rangewcortlhiy gravel, S delivered in Ivanhoe, 6/6 per load. Screened Gravel, 7/; idelivered Al- phington, 8/ ; Fairfield;, 9/., Pebbles for rough casting supplied; also supplies Metal, Screening, Build ing Sand, Ashes, Ploughing; Manure, Gardenr Soil; Garden.Paths, and Mo tor Drives formed and gravel laid. Property Owners are cordially in vited to inspect the gravel. J. COOPER, PRACTICAL Boot and Shoe Maker, BERGUNDY-ST., HEIDELBERG. LL Classes of repairing at Low est Rates. Ready-made Stock at City prices. JAS. FRA...
IVANHOE RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
IVANHOE REI), CROSS SOCIETX. T~1:Tiabove d .society desires to :acknoh; ledge amid think the .doriois of: the foil loliil gifts : I anhaoc Medthddist Suin dal'y School (hlalf: proceeds' o: contcrt) S/liS/; solu.ier.' send -oil funid(p (pi M'E";)r Jo lIy), . T/ e Tli sotiety also omleils its tlhiiks 'to [Mr : W. iitmun'; of Heidl berg?;iad; "for·iis haidsoeth gE'l i ot viluiable pony, to:be disposed of to heli th0: local tunids.: Residents will shortly , o aii opporituniy ofpaiticipating in the effort :now being; arranged to dispoe of the 1)ony, mud it the s sine tiime'o hsv ing aychan"e of a inning it Ladies a' e iemiided thaii dt Tluescid mys are tIe regultr ork di.s a.l the socrict andi tim-m. t work rconi"enc s' at': l.' pm.u in the Ivanho hill iNew woikers would his greatly w eleomid the1 ii field drapery estibshiment (Cannmn' 'ind' WVImteuan) hais new iNom thcott s busy diapems (\fcssms hIt timis and Ifattamin) quote a number of startlin" prices in this issue ii;+:;. ii[il +(ti...
The Holy Land. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
The Holy Land. The Russian newspaper" Sviet"' publishes the following from a cor respondent in Jerusalem:-" Jeru salem is at present simply overriun by Turks and arrogait German officers. The heights of Calvary have been transformed into a bat. tery. The mirble and jade col umns and statuary, which have for centuries ornamented the place where our Saviour suffered His martyrdom, have been removed to give way to two Krupps' cannon, which are being used for target practice-the targets having been mounted on the slopes of Mount Olivet. On that part of Calvary where, according to tradition, the Holy Mother wept over Her dying Son, the German trader Hauns Mul ler has opened a store,- whliere, in the day tine; he traffics ilainly in soap aiidtdobalcco and hel;re t night tine, tlle German 'non ?om missioned :officers congregiate , in order to dilik.beer aiid tdo rouselthe echoes of thej holy !plac? eititie lewd sobgs. The place weliee Christ taulght 'His disciples: the .Lorid's prayer has ...
FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
FAIRFII LD THEAkTiRF PICTURES. For.: up-to-date fihnlms :Fairfield still hol1ds its o?n ~ ith' ,larger'suburbs:. 'To nigh' y ? Old D utch'.- will be aii~ ab 1sorbing tolpic, telling of a ;coster's ro-. mance, and featuring th' celebrated dos tor Actorsl Florencce Turncer' aid Albeiit Clivalici Yoii Will see pearlies eviey ; here, giils with. bige .fev,,ers,' the doinlis, &c. Thrce will also be the 11th eplisode of~t" The Ciumson Stain': i\'ys tery." :A serial pituri:iof unusualmerit will ,commuence on Wednesday evening. inext when " Liberty,'' a sensttionidl trhi l?lian tit.i photo-pla, by :Jacquek s J?icedtrd will' hliu fined. Tlhe fiist epiisode is "r anigs of the Wolf' : B)olaux:si of '"Broken. Coin fame, t hkes the leddi?,g put t-: ··· .·i ·
IVANHOE'S EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
IVANHOE'S EFFORT.2 lhe spleilid ftoi t ?niadce ilf?Ivan, hioe i coi"l ?olln wth .%tlh erh r ri: 10igb of thc shi're, on b ehalf o6f the .,movement, to 'ssist tihe B3? itishi. ?d Ci-oss: Societyvhais iaidecd considcialbly to the ilrst rtirns 'sei.t i~:i.So:i silm?l in itti ,o S r i cstirll :i n i ?mpleter bl)U it is loped tiat whe;nvl these are ii in. isoi nl ii th ; ,Oiire of i ei i' ir two,~ soc 10 :.t:will h-' b?n i efd sed. C Bi int; whowagos in chai ec o this sectini ; ip6i sei iy ti id b tile splcnedid irespOnsC lma th o. his ; ljed s, nilda he (ires to exi esshids sinccre tliniiks' to all1 tose lal es ?cld gec ntleniei, iqioi by: iiii?ifti isor their woi k :issistedt iii-; ,lrFilhet ik effoi t so w ouid: lilke t0 inik liii pici sona ice ikniio·ciglehnieitsl thirogh the Ii ess to chli ilivicifiinil iuty asi some names ireno i?t vi.iiiil"le, lie :iis to content ':? '?"":"? ?ii~r l,;d ., ··s'' lio?'?' - ' - -: :: hiimself vith off erii to al u ohelp · "_q:· ·:?: :-:";-. ~; '·;5~ ...
Vaccination. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
...-( .:f YL ru ? 7 I ... ..... ..... ...... '" Vaccination. Constable Costello v. Edwin Cornaield for fdiling to have his child vaccinated, -?Fined 40/. . ' Carriage License. ,t Mrs Wilson applied for a carriageli. a cense, to run between Heidelberg anditl Warraindyte --Granted. A, pple Steailing Case. Mr Rutherford (employed by iMr La. reice, pastrycook, Fitzroy) appeared on behalfof .his employer to ask for a re. duction 6?f- the ;£10 fine which was ia. p?0sed?nii W-: Ken?i3 (17'years of age, For steailing frit?i at Ivanhoe. IIt hla been in .iis pi:cent?positioi for 2. year" i anidhad given satisfEictidn. KIenuiy lia ?eenr.iith: thei ottlaersi lhen they wer, stealiag thce fruit, bLit he had not stolen aiiw?y'.-fe H did: not . appear at the court when :.the finle as imposed becauuse h haid not told. his einployer about It thinking he would: lose his position. ;:Three previous conivictions were reaj out, W;;hiih K:enny 'admitted referred him. -. -.iThe Bench lIointed out tlhat the ...
ENTERTAINING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
* ENTERTAINING SO ITIERS. .A\nother succes.sfill ovening wias pro-o vidled for the' I1ov. at the Rest lomc, S trathallan; o We iisdaly evening, 22rd instatnit, when the following e6ntribuited items at.the concert, viz.. Mrs Moore, Misses ?M: Sco0t:lid Stout, and lMessrs Graincger and Shands The promoters of ithe cntertninmdntif(Mesidames :Tnell and Br ocl-iell), representing the .I[rvanhoe Ibranch of the patriotic leIague, desile to th;ink the iaerforiers, and also Mes?rs W?right, Sh inds and .Raynho d, who mo tored the party to and from Strathallan.
IMPROVED PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
S\I PROVED PLLAYERS.. 'As somce of the playing mlibelrs id not kinow the gaime prior, to the ormation .of the :Association, it is v0oi ierful the profciciency they have low. attained to. A. 14. Scott is one of the most imiproved. 11 I has got iich a graspl of he 0 lipastimet that he s iow ablc: to skip a.ci inki ith judg nent, and c.is :' -um·rkablY. good §ingle-ha.nlded player,. Another much ilproved junior, is Mofionon who .reenis his bowl\s sweetly, and will nake a good r-ep1liesectati'vy in any l.osition:. Othe " .nici 'h, who have shon;i i-i;proved formie: are -thc bro tliei's 1-1. :and '.GC . Baird,. . . Jenkins, -1. -Knorr, Evans, .J. Lcster, lirookes. Reg 'HanaidT W .iCarriiithers, 1-1. Tackett, 'W illis, .Alf.,Bysoutl, J. \Whifiin; 1F' .t, Kelly riad J. Sharp. A. Tord is a pastmastei at the game, liai ing, the'l early days oc the elony, beei on orf thc .found.ation meiiebei s o . the; ISouthi i1 elbour:ne Green at:St. Vincent's (Gardlens,. which is.still extant, iand is onq...
FAREWELL TO A SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
FA;REWELL TO A SOLDIER. :A complimentary social and presenta tion was tendered to Mr John Jenkin, who has enlisted, by the members of the Ivanhoe ' Methodist Church on Tuesday evening, M1ay 22. The church had been t;ransform'ed into a drawing-room for.the occasion, and there was a large attecfd ance. Mr' . Fenton, as organist of the church; spoke in high terms of the value of the work done by Mr J'enlkin as leader of the cloir; a position he] had hold for many years. M:rI . SAcott, a rtistee. of the chirch,:said that Mir Jenkin hIad been .willing 'to :do~ aRything h:e coildhfor f:tlhe welfare of the church and would b'e v;ery much mis ed -Mr iDunkifin o :behalf of the Sundlay School; reinarked that:: Mr Jenkin had :given :whole-hearted servfice to the. Suniday 'School having trained the childrenievery year: for the anniver sary, and wlhen ayityhing" speciatlwas oir gtinised he was :alihays prepaired to as sist. The Revi Briadbiry, on gehklf :i the subscriberis; presented;:i: M Jenki...
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. CLOSE OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
BOWLS. 1VANVII.OE RECRE"ATION 'SSO CIATION. ~or s by Si rsou b . T' he ,cison .is now' colciuded;- aidl a oi:sntite,,iti ii Oe s g oc :it ha p 0?' :cl Thle m::iembi es; ··i brile- :ciijoying thLle~ astieilimhae, al~va3 s in mini the Sorrowiul p eriod w'irea'e'liviig in wleqii nearli ge?eyr honic e is moi c or: l:s's affectc So;e. famiiiies hIa ake been, herift o nohle sons mid others severely wounded. Others r ia'iin ha'i(e i:epiesentatives still in thie filght iiig liufi w?ho havIe been thei-e ?lmost from" the b ?einning; and .t iheir: hearts ire miiucli troubiled is to tlieii safet~. Thie :L-eidelberg s sie, sr whiili c·l-om plirises the ridings of Iairliheld,?l\l phinigton, Ivanhoe, I-eidelberg auid Greenisboroughi have responded iobly,: to theli :-call of Empiire:. Ini tihe Iia n h oe Assoeiatioin the youii ?ieii rbse: to the occasioin w.ith allcidfty, aiidl Ith whole- of thle youthi?i of, the t:iennis sectioii vere early-i, tfhe i'ain ?s. It v.will be" a great:d clay of rejoici...
PRESENTATION TO CR. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
, PRESENTATION TO ORE. 'MAY. A complimentary social to COr. Arthur May,; who opposed Mr 'F.:. Anstey,: M.H.R., elect for Bourke, was held at JNorthcote on Wednisday evening. Mr :E. P. iZwir presided, and the speakers included the .Postmaster-General (Mr Webster), Mr: Fairbaira, (Senator elect for Victoria), and others... A cihcqioe was 'presented. to Cr. May.-by the electorate committee, .and a- box of cutlery was given to the sccetaruy of the committeen (MrMr J. March). A social is also to. be tendcredl to :Cr M.ay; at Fairfield this evening by his supporters.
HEIDELBERG DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 June 1917
-HEIDELBERG DUST. Sir,---I was pleased to see that your corresipondent; " Shopkeeper" has': given tlhe Progress Society some .credit f6r drawing -attention to the dust n?ifiisan'ce in this' town due to the time at which the streets are swept. Having adiitted thlieuse qf the Society in endearoring~t' safeguard the wares ol? the storekeeper, why does not " Shopkeepei'"arid his, fel iow bisiness men become activeniem; hlers of the society and: pull: together wvitli the others:in-trying to do snmething to place Heidelberg in abettter. positioi as far as appe?nrnces c:apd converiences a?e kooncerned. Trrsting tlat others will see tie inimortance of joining the society aind helping the toiwnu.-Yours. &?c., PROGRESS. 'Heidelberg, May 25. The Fairfield Progress Associationi will meet on Tuesday ovening next.