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DELEGATES MEETING, [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 19 June 1914
S DELEGATES MEETING, A meetiiig of delegates was held at the. Olinda Hotel, Lilydale, on Satur lay last,. There were :present Messrs. Morton, in the chair, and ,Iaroney (Lilydale), Menzies and Cunnington (Yarra Junction), Duddy -ed Pettit (Healesyille), Walker and J. Cook (Millgrove), Maloney and Barfield (Coldstream),- V,. Cook (YarraGlen). A protest was lodged by the Yarra Junction club against Healesville in heir miatch of Juue 8(, on the grounds chat C. Holden was 'not eligible to play as he had received no clearance irom Millgrove, with which club he I played last year. Mr Cunnington stated thecase for 1 his club. t The 'resident ruled the protest out of order on the reading. of rule 22, which says " a clearance must be ob tained by any player wishing to play outside his- district. or club in this c competition." -. He said' it toolk no college _education to -interpret the rule, and evidently the Yarra Junction delegates had not read the rules over. 'Mr Walker said he understoo...
MILLGROVE v HEALESVILLE. Healesville win Comfortably. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 19 June 1914
311LLUROVE vE tii ELE' VILLEL. II'ealesville win Comlfoirtably. , A good deal 'of linterest 'wis 10 vincedi Lu i the ivbove ontich; .it Cold- p 'strea.m on Satrda.i l..ast. ![l he. gaine 1was. somcwhat spoiled by1. .lirstly, i strong 'wind whiich blew Ierratically , d'rin-g the' play ,mind, IJecondlhy, )yi the ilmditiercnt upnl)iring iof il'odd, who alter keeping 'the jplayers t -ell in check il the ,irst, 'qiiarter.. seeined almost to lose control. .with the re- P sult lha.t the ganic ;was -considerably " spoiled. T'he plancrs cwere qhandicap- h pod k g(ood deal tlherdby, and though t' the play was not -as .rougnh as the g umpire's leniency might have oled ,to, h it, Was crowded raud tluninterc?5tin"g foi' the.greatcrllart of thle Imtch. 'he association or the IColdstreMan lub deserve seviro censuro for t.lldwing c th@ solifC:concrete cricket pitch l 1 the s centre of the ground to t')e bncovered. whereby L- player might 'be tscriously injulcl. It woild not boe an expensivc job, al...
CROYDON REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 19 June 1914
- CROYDON REQUIRPEMENTS. Sir, 'I wduld go one better than C. R'Oydon re improved-telephohoe facilities at Croydon- We are infdrm cce that the present postal revelne w-ill not justify the establishmcnt of a resident staff oflicial.. ;Why ? ]Bccause so many of outr short-sight ccd townspeople post their lctters in the city'; depiving the local dlice of the revenuc tha t shoukl be creditl ed to it.. Consistency ia this mat ter vwoulcl soon solve the problemo of a properly staffed office available at alt--.hours, at night also in'panymeunt oT the usual fee. This ideaioffringing up. through private individuals is un usual and unsatisfactory-Yours. etc. N. ,0. DYORC,
CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 19 June 1914
'CRHOYDON., (From i Our Own Corresponu?(,e ) TIehe dwnship va.ries Evith the wea, ther; on sgunny 'days,. `whenl every. thing looks b-eautiful, the streetc are busy-, alnd visitors drive indp?iar ade but. "when it rains ,ho . dif. fereat! It is pleasing.to see the do;dug crops looking well; timely rains and warm sunJshine .show how silentl) and. yet how .wonderfully nature Sorks. The mailman, (not a' lId) 'has put in an aplpeeaauce, and the favored townsfolk receive their morninig let ters at hiome, As the houses:are scat tered, and unnyiy stand far back from the street, it will. be nccessairy for letter customers to provide proper receptacles handl3 to itheir gates, l'os tal regulations require this to be done. Electiod matters are quniet. So far it is not the ]federal but 'the iState evcnt. that, is arousing attcution Occasionally= there is a whisper of a contest, .imunicipal, in August, .
Healesville Race Club [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 19 June 1914
Healesville Race Club Gradually the preliminary difficul: ties in connection with the formation of a new race club are being over- I come by the newly-formed Heales ville club, The secrerary (ir D. Sheehan) has shown remarkable ac tivity and enthusiasm in expediting I matters, and consequently at a meet ing on Tuesday, the president (Cr J. R, Crooke) in the chair, he reported everything in order for commencing a operations in earnest. lie had been y to Melbourne, he-said, visiting other clubs and officials in search of infor- 5 mation, and he placed 'before the li meeting much which will prove of fi great value in managing the affairs of the club, Permission, he said, had c been-secured to race on the course, and all that now remained was to ap. ply for a suitable date and to submit a rongh copy of the programme to be e carried out. The Presideut said they should 0 make the stakes fairly large, as they L would then, be better recognised by the V.R.C. It was decided to give not less ...
HODDLE'S CREEK. TENNIS CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 19 June 1914
" HODDLE'S CREEK. o-o----- TENNIS CLUB IYORMIEI (Fromn Our Own Correspondent) A meeting was held on Saturday, the 13th inst., w-ith the obejet 'of .forming a tennis club. Oficersi were elected as follows-President, Comn cillor I1. Ewart; vice-presidcnt, Mr A. E. Worloy,; sccretary. fJr 1'. L:. Roadkniglht; treasurer. M2r E. Kid die. The annual subscription .vs fixed t. 2s Gd- per mnember. In kjrder to raise funds to meet. theinitial x iinscs of nets. etc.. it was. decitled to hold a social e\ening'oloi July It.h. A site for a court hiis yet to be obtainedi but we anticipate no difli culty on that score I;there is plenty of land in this district, umd.the'lica of Ioddlcs Creek bre .not afraid of a bit of clearing.
UPPER YARRA SHIRE TRAMWAY To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 19 June 1914
UPPER YARRA SHIRE TRAMWAY &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; To the Editor. - :ir -l'eclieving is -I: do tilat, ibus, is -o:: argumient. I shall .not. opin umn letter- in the .sanle strain Jti. l. ra.lhami 'did his in youir issue of tise 5thli inst. but will 1tel lhin that il'.ihe is alumis" led :to'the vew tlhat I am en"ginee1 by- profcssion lie is mislead. \Vith iregard to thie engineeriing of mutters in is.ue, of which. he accuses ime. myi ailswer is "Physician, he.al-tin-sell'.-' "'or af Ic" dra.gging in tikC Vlarbniton Steam Tiranwi\a ' aIs aniothler. insilance of Whlia liU: cbnsiders -t t.ilel l art- I ion i ol i te '-irie U noutncil. -1h .lie o:s on il.- aS t t.l lift i ovil . ttlr,1 io rchl Gth I remarked- in cl efect that tli IPublic WIorks Dparti.mlent passingc on the Shire coiuncil's application for .uithiority to construct the Ii. 'i and TC-l- (Gover nor-in-Co uCiil i siing an Order empowering thLe .h'lre coun cil to construct -the s inm. Jega!i Sed thle illega...
BOY SCOUTS. TROOP TO BE FORMED AT LILYDALE. DEMONSTRATION AND PUBLIC MEETING TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 19 June 1914
BOY SCOUTS, TROOP TO BE FORMED AT LILY- DALE. &nbsp; &nbsp; _______________ DEMONSTRATION AND PUBLIC MEETING TO BE HELD. At the invitation of the Lilydale Progress Association, Mr Roberts, or- ganising commissioner of the Boy &nbsp; Scouts Association in Victoria, vis- ited Lilydale on Monday evening, &nbsp; and was present at the meeting of Association. The idea of forming a troop of Boy Scouts originated some months ago when Mr L. R. M'Gregor asked the association's assistance in the formation of a troop. The idea that boy scouts was a kind of toy soldier- ing movement was entirely dispelled by Mr Roberts who gave a splendid address, and was listened to attentive- ly by those present. Mr Roberts ex- plained that the whole aim and ob- ject in the scouts movement, was the training of boys in the qualities which made for good citizenship, and it had been absolutely proved &nbsp; that the movement was one of the &nbsp; best agents that c...