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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ALPHINGTON METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
Che DCws. PUBLISHIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TELEPHoNEe-HIeidelberg 67r. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. ALPHINGTON METHODIST CHUROCH. The anniversary of the above Church was celebrated on Sunday last, when three services were held. The morning service was conducted by Rev. R1. Kelly, of Clifton Hill, that in the afternoon by 1oev. J,. F. Nance, M.A, and in the evening by Rev. L. Tait, of North Fitz roy. The attendance at all the services was excellent, and the discourses were much appreciated. The choir, under the leadership of Mr Edwards,' rendered se. lections in first class style. On Tues dayl evening, 12th instant, the cantata "Hadassah" was given by the choir, as sisted by visiting artists. -The atten dance was fairly good, but we are con fident that had it been known that such a splendid rendering of the cantata would have been given, the hall would have been crowded. Those who were present were loud in their praise. Mr Edwards, the leader of the Church choir d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
Quality at Moderate Prices. That's the keynote of Wardrop's Tairoring qnd ?\ercery. If it ap peals to you, you are pertain to be pleased when you isake Wardrop your Tailor and Outfitter, Samples of newest SuiUlugq post free on re quest, Corner Smith and Johnston Streets, Collingwood, and at Elizabeth-st, opposite G.P.O., MIelbonrne. Will the Gut he Right, tooP DEIRHAPS vou havenit given tlhat importanq t aspect consideration, Too many men, *- ":las ji? i ttle or no hecd to the cutting oJ their suitc, They consider quality ani fashion of material most criticaily, but tlhe ah.-imnortant-the vital point-is passed oveor. A badly-cut suit made of the wor~ld's bes woollens will never give satisfaction to men who are pqrticUla, ITere y-on are assured of quality and style of material, and-quality and style plus skilled cutting. Skilled cutting and faultless quality materials, combined Sfl with keen desire to give you absolute satisfhction in value and durability, are a few reasons why our s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
here is something new to the public of heidelberg District. o " y ou know that you can get meat at the present dlay which will cost you less than it did at the time when all prices were much lower ? If not, donot delay in calling at OKE'St Opposite Clifton Hill Station in QUEEN'S PARADE. The Premier Shop for all lines in meat A few prices: Mincemeat 2Ad lb . Wonderful Tomato Sausages (the real thing) 5d lb Sausages 34d lb Good Prime Roast Beef from 3d lb Corn Beef from 3d lb Sides of Mutton 3(d lb Cambridge Pork 6d lb Tripe 4d lb All other small goods at reasonable prices. T will more than pay you to come to COOKE'S, at Clifton Hill, where you will get every satisfaction. Do not delay. FOR GOOD BOO'TS! Auty's Boot Palace, 366 SMITH STREET ~(Second Block below Johnston Street, COLLI NGWOOD. Men's Goloshes, Rolled Edge, 4/6 :. .Ladies' Goloshes, 2/6 Special Line One-piece Watertights, 11/6 and 13/9 We Excel in Quality and our Prices are Reasonable. J OR 11. GEGORY. Saw Maker and C'ue ...
Presbyterian Sabbath School Heidelberg. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
Presbyterian Sabbath School Heidelberg. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. The following is the prize and honor list mentioned in our report of the Scots' Church, Heidelberg, Sunday School an niversary- celebrations. The list was held over from our report in last issue i' the 'alres vere not then available: Dux of school (gift of Mr R. W. Ken nedy) maximum 1000, Florris Chilvers, 973; hon mention Jean Urea 971, Nel lie Robertson 959. Highest marks at Church and Sunday School Union's annual exams. (non-prize taker) max. 200 marks, gift of Super intendent, Allan Fraser 158. CLASS PRIZES ("MAXbSIM 1000.) Girls-Class I-N?ellie Robertsofi, 959 1; Ilia Studley, 773, 2; Queenie Kel so, 769, 3. Class II-(Miss Russell) Florris Chilvers 973, 1; Jean Uren 971, 2. Class III--(iMiss Hardie) Ruth Ed wards and Dorothy Russell, 936, equal, 1. Class IV-(Miss Nellie Young) Al ma Clinton 893 1; Veda Hunt, 624, 2. Boys.-Class-I (Mr J. Urquhart) Donald Frazer, 681, 1; Allan Fraser, 655, 2; William Frost, 585, 3. S...
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. A. GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. A. GRADE On Saturday last the Fairfield club made its debut in the A. grade pen nant competitions, when they met the S.M C.C -last season's cham pion team. Owing to the heavy rain that fell during the early morning the green was very heavy. The visiting team -won by 26 . points, which is cnnsidered cr diraible to the Fairfield, tea n. Keltoni's rink -played well; b-)iting Stl~hipe by r5, a;:d Batcher's rik'r; tas bi:aten by oie. point o'ly The s?oies-.ere . ' "; " :I:.'CSI.OIIC-C;;:', .' 1. Foster, Komp, MajorD ... 25 22. LeWvis,Purser; Thackwr ?y, Stmunhope 10 3. Rainer, Hackett, Slatter, Crockford 35 A4. Coopor, Coop'; AlkOniade; Cooper "' : Total ...
IVANHOE BOWLING CLUB. Pennant Fixtures, 1914-15. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
PiANHOE BOWLING CLUB. S. ""Pennant Fixttres, 1914-15, O:: ctober i0.--l, at Camberwell| C, at More land. - , October 17.-TI, at Essendon; C, Essendon, :'' at Ivanhoe. October 24.-B, *Kew, at Ivanhoe; C, at *-:· -Ascot Vale. October 31.--B, at Thornbury; C, S.M.C.C., :: at Ivanhoe. N"7-1 :.?ovember 7.-B, bye; C, bye. N- :ovmber 14.-B, Pentnant, at Carlton; C, -j ?airfield, at Ivanhoe. November 21.-B-, Malvern Heights, at Ivan - hoe; C, at Princess Park. November 28.-B, open; C, open. December 5.-B open; C, open. December 12.-B, Camberwell, at Ivanhoe; C, Moreland, at Tvanhoe. December 19.-B, at Essendon; C, at Essen. don. December 26.-B, open; C, open. 1915. J January 2.-B, open: C, open. January 9.-B, at Kew; C, Ascot Vale, at Ivanhoe. January 16.-B, Thornbury, at Ivanhoe; C, at S.M.C.C. January 23.-B, bye; C; bye. January 30.--B, open; C, open. Februarfy 6.-B, Carlton, at Ivanhoe: C, at Fairfield. February 13.-B, at Malvern Heightsi' C, Princess Park, at Ivanhoe. JJikJika Competiti...
C. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
C. GRADE. The Fairfield teIam was opposed" to Princes' Park B on the Fairfield green on Saturday, and the-.game proved to be fairly even right through, the result being in doubt to the last bowl of the day. Fairfield won by one poi :t, McLaren's rink being four up and Brewer's rink eight up. Scores FAIRFIELD. 1. Trevena, Lugton, Sibthorpo, NcLaren 22 2, Jenkins Thraves, Rosmai, Brewer 29 3. St aidsby, Coat~e, Tyler, Besley .., 17 Total.,: .. . .. 68 PRINCES,' PARK. 1. Wilson, Robertson, Gearing, Odbeam 18 2. Simmonds, Carrie, Wilson, Hickford 21 8. Gompress, Slattery, Wilson, Johnson 28 Total... ... ... ... 67 The C. team plays to-day at Moreland against the local team.
FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
FAIRFIELD. i. Martin, limpton, Cartledgo, Butcher 24 2. Alexndor, Emery, Clay, Kelton 25 3. Lel\asurior, Trevena, Crabb, Guerroro 11 4. Brewor, Barke, Linegar, Burston 13 Total... : ... ...... 73 To-day Fairfield will meet aniother strong team atArmadale.
SOME LITTLE MINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
SOME LITTLE MINDS. "Traveller" writes: If it has done noth ing else, the proposal to alter the name of Heidelberg has beep the nmean:s of ladveritist ing the place far ind wide'. Thib iS well il. lustrated by the followingparagraph, which: appeared in the Newcastle, N.S.W,, "Her. ;ald" under the above heading: "Some very little people with very little minds are, as usual on all great occasions, trying to at tract some attention. They are desirous in truth of showing the noble charactor of their patriotism by the abolition or destruc tion of everything in our midst suggestive of Germany or the Germans. Their latest proposals are that the name of the pretty little hamlet of 'Heidelberg. a few miles from the city:, the rc$ion known a· Coburg, and other Pilaces in .thel State ot 'Teutdiie nomenclature. should be i;hangc. - If the municipal men in the districts referred to would try and improve their roads and foot paths, clean their dirty drains. and other wise safeguard tihe hicaltb of...
WHAT'S IN A NAME? SHIRE COUNCILLORS PROPOSE ALTERING THE NAME OF HEIDELBERG. WHAT RATEPAYERS THINK ABOUT IT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
WHAT'S IN.A NAME? SHIRE COUNCILLORS PROPOSE ALTERING THE NAME OF HEIDEL BERG. WHAT RATEPAYERS THINK ABOUT IT. Sir,--I should have been glad if your coll tributors, who seem to think they have a special call to be abusive, had advanced some arguments worthy of being deallt with. Unfortunatel:y, my critics do not seem to know that abuse is not argument. Facts, ideals and reasonings do not depend upon the person who utters them for their truth or force. Where the name of an individual with a superior claim to notoriety is asso ciated with certsin views, they may be taken more notice of on that account, but where, as in the case of the present writer, that condition does not prewvail, he considers the use of his name quite superfluous, and therefore will remain incognito. The pride that plain John Smith feels in his plain ness interests me as, I suppose, it interests others, that is, not at all. What would be of interest is a well conceived and expressed argument for or against the matt...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. THE PARK RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responslble for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our oorrespondents. THE PARK RECREATION RESERVE. Sir,-In your last week's issue Cr. Ball replied to my letter of the 26th ult., but he does not deal,with the main question at issue, but introduces a lot of.irrelevant matter, apparently with the object of diverting rate payers from themain point under dis cussion. In my letter I requested him to an swer the following question: "VWherein does the illegality con sist, if the Council vote i for £ for work already done?" In Cr. Bail's reply he does not an swer this question, and I must still ask him to do so (through the columns of your paper); nor does he deny that Cr. White stated, at the July meeting of the Council, that the Council could vote the money if they thought fit to do so. I have it on the authority of six ratepayers of Ivanhoe, who were pre sent at the meeting, that Cr. White did use those words. What counc...
DISTRICT CRICKET. THE DRAW. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
DISTRICT CRICKET. THE DRAW. FIRST ROUND. 3rd and 10th October. :- Tenmple?stowe A v. Heidelberg C: " reensborough v. Ivanhoe }--" airticld v. Templestowe B Diamond Creek v. Alphington I"· ' 17,th aitd 24th October. S Alphington v. Templestowe A Temnolestowe v. Greensbortough Ivanhoe v. Fairfield :,, Heidelberg v. Diamond Creek 31st October and 7th November. Templestowe A v. Ivanhoe Greensborough v. Heidelberg Fairfield v. Alphington Diamond Creek v. Templestowe B -: -14th and 21st November. Hleidelberg v. Fairfield 1ivanhoe v. Diamond Creek Templestcwe B v. Templestowe A Alphington v. Greensborough 28th November and 5th December. Templestowe A v. Diamond Creek Greensborough v. Fairfield : Heidelberg v. Ivanhoc Alplhington v. Templestowe B 12th and- 19th December. D I)amond Creek v. Greensborough Fairfield v. Templestowe A I ' ~ vanhoe v. -Al hington Templaestowe B v. Ieidelberg 9th'and 16th January. Greensboroughl v. Templestowe A Diamond Creek v. Fairfield Alphingtott v. Heidelhber...
HEIDELBERG BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
HEIDELBERG BOWLING CLUB. The above club held its annual meeting a week ago, in Scots' Hall. There was a splendid attendance, the president, Mr. John May, in the chair. The secretary and treasurer, Mr. Behan, read the first annual re port. Special credit was given to the Rev. Alex. Hardie as the father of the movement, and to Messrs. Reynolds, Huffer, Jones, May, Rouch and Fluck, who had given considerable attention to the formation of the green. The president suggested the name of the secretary should be re corded in the report for his excellent services. The report was one the promoters felt justly proud of. The preparation of the green has cost over £200, and is clear of debt, so that new members need not be afraid of being called upon to pay for the laying down of the green. There are, four rinks, giv ing play on a Saturday afternoon to 32 players. The committee have se cured an expert greenkeeper, and he has expressed his satisfaction with the work done and the prospect of a spl...
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. The following is the list of matches to be played : A. Grade. Feby. 20.-v. Ivanhoo, at Ivanhoo. March 6.-v. Prcgton, at Preston. March 18.-v. Thornbury at Fairfield. ia rch 20.-v. Northcote at Fairfield. Mtarch 27.-v. Ivanhoe at Fairfield.. April 17.-v. Preston at Fairfield. April 2i4-v. Thornbury at Thornbury. May 1--v. Northcoto at Northcotoe. C. Grade. Feby. ~O.--v, Ivanhoe s:t Fairfield. March G.-v. Preston~ at Fairfield. March 13.---.v .Thornlbuty at Thornburv. March "0.-v.:INorthcote at Nortlicoto. fMarch 27.-v.?Ivanhoo at Ivalhoc. April 17.--v. Preston at Preston. April 24.?-v. Thornbury at Fairfield. SMay 1:.-v. Northcote at Fairfield. Let us dl your Job Printing. It .ill be to our mutual benefit. ann Ilm u mn n~
SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
SECOND ROUND. 23rd and 30th January. Heidelberg v. Templestowe A Ivanhoe v, GreeHnsborough Templestowe B v. Fairfield .,! iington v. Diamond Creek 6th and 13th Februnay. ":. T i-.·e e AZ v. Alphington " -.r;;sborou h v. Templestowe B k irfield v. Ivanhoe Diamond Creek v. Heidelberg 20th and 27th February. Ivanhoe v. Templestowe A I1cidelberg v. Greensborough Allhington- v. Fairfield Irenple towe B v. Diamond Creek 6th and 13th March. Fairfield v. Heidelberg Diamond Creek v. Ivanhoe Templeatowe A v. Templestowe BI Greensborough v. Alphington 20th and 27th March. Difamond Creek v. Templestowe A Fairfield v. Greensborough Ivanhoe v. Heidelberg Templestowe B v. Alphington Matches to be played on first.named club's ground.
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 12. (Before Dr Rollason and Mr W. M. McLeod, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MoyDaY, iOCTrEE 12. (Before Dr Rqlosqn and Mr W. M. McLeod, Js.P.) James Millson was charged with failing to send his child, Bert Mill son, to school in accordance with the Truancy Act. Moses Crout, an officer in the Education Depart ment, gave evidence, and in reply to Mr McLeod, said that the irregu larity had heei go6irg an for months A letter was put in stating that the child suffered from fits, A -fine of .s was imposed. Mr Clout did not ask for costs. Wm. Summers Dobbin was fined £2 for failing to have his child vac- cinated.
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. IVANHOE B. v CAMBERWELL B. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO- CIATION. IVANHOE B. v CAMBERWELL B. (By Sir Francis.) The Ivanhoe B team journeyed out to Camberwell on Saturday to play their first match. The green looked all that could be desired, but it proved to be on the heavy side, and our team failed to catch it for some time. After a dozen ends had gone Ivanhoe were all behind, but from about that stage they com- menced to retrieve their losses, and finally finished only 11 down. Tak- ing it altogether the Ivanhoe contin- gent shaped fairly well, but better form must be shown in the future if they are to get anywhere near the top of their section. W R Barstow played Gunner, and the home team opened with a single. Barstow res- ponded with a trio. The Ivanhoe four simply froze while their oppo- nents put on 1o points. Camberwell still had the advantage of the play, and when 18 ends were gone the totals were 26 to II. Barstow now commenced to score, and in the 25th end netted a fourer, the finish being -Gunner ...
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. The following is the list of matches to be played . A. Grade. Feby. 20.-v. Ivanhoc, att Ivanhoc. March 6.-v. Prcsloh, at Preston. March 13.-v. Thornbury at Fairfield. M arch 20.-v. Northcote at Fairfield. March-27.-v. .1vanhoe at.Fairfield; April 17v.-v, Pristoi ait Fairfield, April 2.-Nv. ;Thormbury at Thornbury. May 1.--v, Northcotc at Northcote, C. Grade. Feby. 20.-'v. Ivanhlidat Fairfield. March 6.--v, Preston at Fairfield. March. 13.--v. Thornbulry at Thornbury.. Marclih .-v Northcote at Northcote. March 27.-v. Ivanihoc at'Ivanhoc. April 17.--v. Preston at Preston. :April 24.-v. Thornbury at Fairficld. Mav 1.-v. Northcote at Fairfield.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914
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