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GREENSBOROUGH PATRIOTIC FUND. CARNIVAL AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

GIREENSOROUGH PATRIOTIC . i:-CARIVAL ANI) CONCERIT. On Saturday. locally, the spirit of fun was abroad, and everything that could .be said or done to cause lmerri meinut was aimed at. Sj THE I'ROCESSION. Hieaded by the Heidelberg District Band (the expense kindly donated by Cr..Price), the procession started from the local State School, and repre sented very many phases of life. Two gigantic marshals, gorgeously attired. with the diminutive General Arm strong in policemtan's uniform in the centre, preceded a bridal party elabo rately costumed, the bride carrying an immense cauliflower as bouquet. Then came swagmen, Jew ole cloes men Saboriginals witli lubras, dogs and working implenments, ladies (?) in cos tumes and millinery, the combination never before worn on sea or land. Scouts, soldiers with the latest alnd I deadliest looking engines of war ima ginable, the Darktown Fire Brigade, with life-saving apparatus which we, are sure no one would take their chance with, negro minstrel...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

WOM1EN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. A public meeting, convened by the Heidelberg branch of the Australian Women's National League was held in the Alphington Hall on Tuesday after noon last. The meeting opened with the singing of the National Anthem. Mirs Mlaling, the chairwoman, intro duced the Honorable J. G. Membrey. M,L.A., whoaddressed the meeting, and among other matters explained prefer tial voting. He advised the members to organise and to work harder than ever in the interests of LiLeralism. Mrs Robert Morton gave a very stirring ad dress, and she impressed upon her hearers that it was their duty to throw themselves whole-heartedly into the political campaign. Although they might feel out of tune with politics on account of the war, yet in the midst of all the tragedy that was going on, they were called upon as women to take up< their daily duties, one of which, and not the least, was their duty to the nation that has given them such privileges. Miss MIehaffey contributed g...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. PATRIOTIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responalble for or identity ourselves with, the opinioe expreseed by our correspondents. PATRIOTIC CONCERT. Sir,-The gross proceeds of the graud pa triotic concert organised by the Misses Dorothy Humphreys and North Barrett at Collingwood Town Hall on Wednesday, October 7th, amounted to £50 6s Gd, half of which will be devoted to the British Red Cross Fund and half to the Belgian Reliefi Fund. On behal~ of the organisors, I would like to sincerely thank you for advertising' the concert and helping to make it a suc cess. I would esteem it a favor~if you would have this:inserted.-Yours, etc., ROB. C. KIMIPTON.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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COUNCIL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

COUNCIL JOTTINGS. I Cr. Bryant said that the erection of the electric light pole at the corner of Waterdale road and Reedsdale'road was likely to be a source of danger. In order to overcome this, the ow ner of the property had offered to give the Council a small piece of his land so that the pole could be erected. The sub ject was referred to the e1gineer. Or Ball pointed out that tlhe Railway Department was now making the ap. proach to the Ivanhoe station, and this would be a great improvement. At the speaker's suggestion, it was decided that the engineer consult with the railway authorities as to what should be done. On the motion of Or. Rank a general rate of is 6d was struck, with an extra rate of 9d for Heidelberg-riding, and 6d each for Fairfield and Ivanhoe. Regard ing the sanitary rate, Cr. Stobie said that members should be supplied with a balance sheet. He was informed that a balance sheet would shortly be issued. Or Ball stated the military authorities had written to the ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 19. (Before Mr S. J. Goldsmith, P.M., Mr T. Latham and Dr King, Js.P.) MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MoN·D?, OcTOBeR 19. (Before Mr S. J. Goldsmith, P.IM., Mr T. Latham and Dr King, Js.P.) MAINTENANCE. Benjamin McGleish was charged with neglecting to pay fees, amounting to .£2 15s, for the support of his child at present in the Industrial Home. The defendant said he was employed-looking after horses, and he received no wages, only his food. Mr Goldsmith said the bench did not want to send accused to gaol, and in order to give him a chance to pay up the case would be adjourned for a month. OVER THE FOOTPATH. Constable Harrison charged William Hamilton with having driven a vehicle across Harker-street, Alphington, other than over an authorised crossing place, Son 10th 4ugust last. Mr Hall conducted the case for the prosecution. John Bretherton, an officer of the Heidelberg Shire, said that on August 10th he saw defendant on vacant plot of land in Harker-street, Alphington. De fendant was in charge of a waggon loa ded with timber, and had apparently driven ove...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

CRICKET. IHEIDELBERG ASSOCLITION. The second round of matches in coa ncction with the Heidelberg District Cricket Association wvas commenced on Saturday and will be concluded to day. In a'iuh of the three matches the team having first use of the wicket comnpiled respectable totals, and if they are to be beaten to-day some interestsng cricket will be witnessed.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

Will the Cut be Right, tooP ERHAPS you haven't givon that important aspect considceratnio, Too many menl,, Salas, pay little or ino heed to the cutting oJ their suits, 'hsov consider quality and fashion of material most critically, but the all-inapp.qont-,t-tho vital point-is passed over., A badly-cut suit made of the world's bost woileins" will never give satisfaction to men who are particular. Here youa .ai i??srd of quality and style of material, and--quality aiM style plus skilled cuyitg.. Skilled cutting and faultless riua.itv.piaternals, comhised with keen desire to give you absolute satisfaction in valuo and durability, are a few rcasons why, our suits appeal to particular men. S . Secs us about yout snw suit. 1 There's a unmist skable imprint of Conscioitious wxorkmlnanship Uj ciaAU 1 ) about our suits that 'you vill find only-in high-.uriced suits clse where. The new materials are conspicuous y .ci rare ridchncs .and diStinctivoness, their quality and ecdflomical prices, " ...

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IVANHOE v FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

IVANHOE v FAIRFIELD.: Ivanhoe were at home to Fairfield on Saturday, and, batting first, put,. toge ther 193, the principal contributors being McDonald, G. Fox, Smith, Ben nett, and "Mr Sundries.'" Fairfield have made a disastrous start, losing three wickets for seven runs to the bowling of G. Fox. Scores: IVANHOE. A. Fox, b Perry - " J. McDonald, c, b C'rtlcdg - . 5~53 Bcrkley, bPerry .. .. 8 G. Fox, l.b.w., b Porn y . .. 42 E. Ashby, c, b Cartledge ;;.. -;.:.11 Bennett, not out ".. ... '21' Arthur Fox, c, b Ncl; .- 10 Thompson, c b Mirph ? 1? A. Smith, n6ot out ?:z;. 31r.:::- Q. Sundries ... . - . 17 Innings -declh~ r clos-cd ·.: 193 FAIlIFITLD. Moronelcy, b G.- o' .. . Eason, c a?id. b .G. &Fdx-:.?-oxZ; Jenkins.: iot ot .. , Sheohan, 6 G o."x .. Classon, not ou ...- .. - 'Total .3 fo..ff7

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HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL; MONTHLY MEETING. Present :-Cr Coate (presidelit), and Crs Ball, Rank, Stobie, Trevena. Price, Stone, WVhite. Oalkes, Bryant, Lorimer, and Rllason. CORRESPONDENCE. Metropolitan Board of Works i0 trees in Ivanhoe Parade, pointing out that the Board cannot be held responsible f r any damage to the trees and suggesting they should be removed from their present p ,si tion -To be informed Council will take the risk. Same, suggesting the advisability of makingall rights of way public thoroughfares and not less than zo feet wide when plans of subdivision of land are submitted for the Board's .approval. Also all easements to be not less than Io feet wide.-Held over. Board of Health, re disposal of nightsoil at Greensborough and ask ing Council to state steps they pro posed to take.-To be informed that the work will be carried out. Country Roads Board, advising amount allocated for expenditure by the Council on n~aintenance works before end of next May The amounts we...

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ALPHINGTON v TEMPLESTOWE A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

ALPHINGTON v.TEMIPLESTOWE A. - The first day's play ofthe above match, commenced at Alphing-ton; leaves the home team with a good score to beat, as Templestowe put together 208 for the loss of seven wickets. F. Cashen made 102, Fitzsimmons 42, and HFodgson l of that total. Scores : TEMPLESTOWE. J. Shholuan, bowled ... ... 7 F. Cashen, caught ... ... ... 102 L. Fit~zsimmons, caught ... ... 42 J. Mullius, caught ... ... .... 3 J. Hodshon, bowled ... .:...: 21 E. Sheehan, bowled ... . 8 J. Riiddell, not out... ....... 3 O. Johnston, caught ... 6 Sundries ... ....... ... . 12 Total... ... :. 7 for 208 Bowling: Biddiscombo1 for 3, Studley 2 for 13, Pitcher 1 for 26, Hicks 1 for 40, Hughes 1 for 40, Burrows 1 for 51, Iiedgen 0 for 6, Whitcher 0 for 18.

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GRANTS TO PRIVATE CLUBS. COUNCILLOR BALL-EXPLAINS. ANIMATED DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

'GI? RANTS TO PRIVATE CLUBS. . *-COUNCILLOR BALL-EXPLAINS. S: ' :ANIMATED DEBATE. At thoe meeting of the Heidelberg dCouncil on Tuesday night last, 'Cr Ball said he desired to mention a matter that had appeared in the last issue of the "'News." As that paper was the of ficial organ of the Council he thought that it was right to draw attention to a letter that had appeared over the signature of "Disgusted Ratepayer" on the subject of granting noney to private clubs for the purpose af improving their grounds. He had been guilty of reply ing to the same writer a few-weeks back, but he would not again apply to an an onimous writer in the press. Voices: Why does he not give his name? Continuing, Cr Ball 'stated that he had previously said that the Council dcould not legally grant the money in the case in question. And notone Coun cillor' had expressed a contrary view. The Council could not legally assist any club in the direction indicated unless the club first handed the money to the Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

Dr. Basil J. Adam " WURROOK," IVANHOE. Hoars- -' 9 to 10 a.t., 7 to 8 p.m. S::;::aturdays and Sundays; 9 to 10 a,nm. * :.:·:-Vaccination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m, Visit. FAIRFIELD daily 11 a m. (Sun , --. days excepted. Messages may be left at .Mr.McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Station street. R D H. KIRWAN KING HEIDELBERG. May be Consulted Daily, 9 to 11 a mi Visits : Elfhlam-Mondays, 2 pm. Greensborough--Mondays, 4 p.m; and Thursdays, I pm. Diamond Creek-Thursdays (Oddfellow Ball), 2.30 p.m. D R RO L LL-S O N 0DI9O HEIDELBERG - VISITS - ? u?n, Tuesdays, 12 noon. Gasas- OBonoieO ; Tuesdays, 2.2C p.n Diamond CaEEg, Fridays, 3 p.m. Private Hospital S(Registered.) ~-2-.i'jKIA oR&.:~- - B HEIDELBERG-ROAD, S IVANHOE-CIose Station. Patients accommodated beforo and after accoachement. Every comfort and skilled attention PRES-Two and a half Guineas. Visiting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certificated.) M R F. LORNE KELLY, (B.D.S.,L.D.S,, Melb. University) DENTIST, 110 COLLINS STREET, ME...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

S :Dairy Produce and Small Goods Shop, GEO. TODD E reG. c tnohat. honhs pp~cned r·it-~~j~-;rs SHfarlL. GOODS SHOP in HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE, (opposite Eades, Stationer) where maybe obtained the best brands of WVestern District Butter, Famous Lour.; also Gippsland brands: Hutton's Hams and Bacon's and Small Goods, New Laid Eggs, Honey, Cheese, Lard, &o. GOODS DELIVERED. FOR A~li S1GtIT TROUBiES YoU SHOULD CONSULT E-A-,IBLY 95 JOHNSTON ST, COLLINGWOOD ** ma wrumoton surruT * _: P [NAR W(LL NOTON STRU~T CAMERAp & PJ1OTOGIRAPIIIC .PL.1.ES5TOCKED. n* ousekeepers I Do you know iti PAYS YOU to SAVE YOUR - FAT &BoNES , -COLLECTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICT. it$ghest Prlces Uiven. . mid Post Cord to E. B. Roth, TEMPLESTOWE BOILING DOWN WORKSB. ROBERT DICK, House Deoorator, Importer of Window Glass, Paper ppi ' 8, and all Painters' -equisite8, IEGS to intimate that he has Moved J) his Business to premises lately ogcu .pied by Mr Eade HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE. Phon...

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SOCIAL TO MR H. C. HANNA. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

SOCIAL TO MR H. C. HANNdA. On Wednesday, 14th instant, Mr H. C. Hanna was tendered a complimentary evening in the shire hall, Preston, by the committee and his former pupils. Considerably over 200 people were' pre sent, and Mr Harold Hattam occupied the chair. Among those present were Mr B!anchard, the former singing mas ter. . A concert programme was rendered, after which supper was partaken of, and then the chairman proposed the toast of the evening, Iie gave a sketch of Mr Hanna's connection with the Pr?eton north and south schools since his ap. pointment as a pupil teacher in 1874. Mr Hanna had steadily advanced until he had reached first grade rank, when he had been transferred to Clifton Hill, in order that his services might be utilised in a larger school. The splen did gathering that evening was intended to express the scholars' appreciation of the worth of their old teacher. Mrs Hanna had also beis a great help, as sisting in the school work, nad had ever been liked and est...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FAIRFIELD CROQUET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

C1e oeu$s. PUBLISHIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TELEPH?o E-HIeidelberg 67M. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FAIRFIELD CROQUET CLUB. The Fairfield Ladies Croquet Club entertained 20 of the Princess Park Croquet Club on the 17th instant, at the local grounds. A friendly match was played, resulting in a win for the visitors by 1 point. On Thursday, 15th instant, the club ladies gave an "at home," the guest of-honor being Mrs Byass,:of the" Perth, W.A., Croquet Club. Trophies for golf and hoop point were given by Mesdames Tyler and Rosman, and were won by the guest, Mrs Byass, and MIrs. Clay. New members are reminded that the lawns are open every afternoon, and there is a hearty welcome for all.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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C. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

C. GRADE. The three-rinkcrs journeyed out to NMornbjaod to play their e-nnait au? . . .. with the lodals idad i b poiita Scores-?" MfORELAND. 1. Starkey, Criurod, Sewell, RZobcrts 27 2. Aiiett, iM\ cMurltric, Jukes, Bridgland 31 3. Aitken, WVright, IHardy, Toottell ... 31 , Tot. 1. Stainsbv'LCoat T' Ic IBesii. r:dletfa'Oiuiii. Sibot, Mreti -; * -~ ~ - · ttotZ

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BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

BOWLS. I\'ANHOE RECREATION ASSO. CIATION. (By Sir Francis.) Ivanhoe B secured their first win for the season onithe Ivanhoe green, against a good team-from Essendon.' 1 met a number of old friends among the. visitors, including J. R. Patersoji, secrctary- of the Railway Commis sion; J. Gorde, a very ardent player; mny old schoolmaster, Theophilus Marshall. now, 1 believe, Colonel Mar shall McFarlane. a very able captain; Baid !Phil. Touzell, a "youth " of 83 years. ·"Touzy," as he is familiarly addressed liy his comrades, is a player of long experience, and he delivered his bhovls--with great accuracy against H. Sharwood, of Ivanhoe. They were a very jolly team. aind when Dr. Adam had :to !'etire for a short period, ow ing to a professional call, the Essen don team allowed Ivanhoe to play Prescott as second man till the doc tor's return. Generally Ivanhoe had tlihe bist of the encouinter, and were tip in three rinks: 3J. A. King. of Ivanhoe. was drawn against McFarlane's fine rink: ...

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HEIDELBERG v LIMERICK C. C. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

HfEIDELBERG v LIMEIRICK 0. 0. The above match, played last Satur day at; Heidelberg resulted in a draw. Heidelberg made 147 for three wickets, and declareud their innings closed. Dean, 47, retired, L. May 40, and A. Cooper, 27, batted best. Linibrick's lost 6 wi kolets for 112 runs, JReade playing a dash ing innuin?g? for ,0 noio out. .oyd 3 for, 23, and A:. Cooler, 2 fd: 17, orluwed ( dt . Heidelberg nimeet a Mielbourne Club XI to-day at Heidelberg.

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Pennant Fixtures, 1914-15. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

Pennant Fixtures, 1914-15. October 24.-B, Kew, at Ivanhoe; C, at" Ascot Vale. October 31.-B, at Thornbury; C, S.M.C.C., at Ivanhoe. November 7.-B. bye; C, bye. November 14.--, Pennanlt, at Carlloni rs Fairfi..... Novenmber .. -.-l ivern eiigllts, at I~van hoe; C, at Princess Park. November 28.-1B, open; C, olhc. Dccemnber 5.-1B. open; C, open. December 12.--B, Camberwell, at Ivanhoe; C, Moreland, at Ivanhoc. December 19.-B, at Essendon; C, at Essen dolt. I)ecembcr 26.-B, lopen; C, olen. ---: 1915. Tapuz'ry ,.-J-, qlen; C, O.eIn. J)aniiry 9.--. atKew.; &,'.Ascot y?!e, .. Ivanhoe. " c'. .,,.-, January 16.-B, Thornbury, at Ivanhoe; C, at S.M.C.C. January 23.-B, bye; C, bye. January 30.-B, open; C, open.

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C. GRADE. IVANHOE v ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914

C. GRADE. -IVANHOE v ESSENDON. The C team of Ivanhoc journeyed out to Essendon on Saturday, and, after an inter esting game, won the match by three points. Bysouth's team pulled the victory off for the visitors by scoring 26 to Pearson's total C,f 10, Q. S. Maegs had :? interesting en counter agaiilsts Beath, gig~gs losing by 'a couple which the Essendonite won in the 25th end. R.Davidson's rink, who did so well in the first match of the Ivanhoo asso ciatian, suffered defeat on this occasion, losing by 17 to Gordon's 28. The following are the scores SIVANHOE. 1. Eades, Hackett, Whiffin, Bysouth 26 2. Davey, Holt, B?aird, Maggs... ... 24 3, Ford, Lewis, Slroud, Davidson ... 17 Total .,, ,. . : : 67 ESSENDON, 1. Gordon, Jolley, Thrussell. Pearson 10 2. Harris, Rollason, Dr Spring, Beath 26 3. Mitchell, Finlay, Rowe, Gordon ... 28 Total ............ G.

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