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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 — 14 November 1914

LETTERS TOTHE EDITOR. 1 We do not hold ourselves responslble for. or identify ourselves with, the oplanIes expresed by our correspondonts. THE PARK RECREATION RESERVE. Sir-I have read with much interect the correspoudence in your valuable paper ill connection with thle croquet and tennuis courts erected on the Ivanhoe recreation ground, and so far as my judgment is con oerned, I consider "Disgusted RatepLyor" has shown clearly the position as it stood at the time the courts were erected, and that the courts were erected in compliance with, and under the control of, the council, and that those ratepayers are quite justified in asking the council's assistance to the extent of £for £, provided the money is expended on other courts for the enjoyment of the ratepayers.- I would suggest that'a compro mise be effected, that the council vote £150 towards erecting another tennis court (the ground, I understand, is already levelled), and levelling another croquet court. This work to be done b...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

Will the Cut be Right, too P )ERHAPS you haven't given that important aspcct consideratioi'. ?9 many men, L alas, pay little or no heed to.the cutting oJ their suits; thoye consider quadity and fashion of i-uterial most critically, but the al1-imortntu?---tie vital poinlt-is passed over. A badly-cut suit made 0& ~he world's Ulijs't \voollens will never give satisfaction to men who are partioular: -?Elevyou aroe?ssured of quality and style of muaterial, and;-quality aud style ilus gkilled cutting. Skilled cutting atnd f(tgllass qtlit;ydity material, combined Hedw vith koeq (7.6i to. ~iv yon ualt?salube sbtisfactiog in value and tdurtg are few r'easons1 w?.y otr s.its appeal to particuar laen. ' '" See ixis?boUt your ney. quit" T-hero's ag unuatakabl.e inmprinlt of consoeontious workmanship etabout our suit tt you il find only ii high-priced suits else I where. The new materials are conspicuous by |their rare richness and distinctivoness, their quality and economical prices, I...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

Dr. Basil J. Adam " WURROOK," IVANHOB. " Hours 9 to 1O am., 7 to 8 p.m. Baturdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 a.,m. Vaicination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m, Visits FAIRFIELD daily 11 am. (Sun - days excepted. Messages may be left at Mr McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Station treet. D t H. KIRWAN KING HEIDELBERG. May be Consulted Daily, 9 to 11 a n Visits : Eltham-Mondays, 2 p m. Greensborough-YMonIdays, 4 p in; and Thursdays, 1 pm. Diamond Creek-Thursdays (Oddfellows Ball), 2.30 p.m. D R. RO L L A 6 0 h: OF HEIDELBERG VISITS ELrANI , Tuesdays, 12 noon. ORnwstOssonoH; Tuesdays, 2.a0 p.n Diamond CBEKK, Fridays, 3 p.m. .D R. E. B. HEFFERNAN Has Commenced Practice At YARRA STREET, ALPHINGTON And at FAIREFIELD. SPrivate Hospital (Registered.) " KIA ORA," HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANHOE--Cloae Station. S Patients accommodated beforo and after accouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention PEES-Two and a half Oulness. Visiting oeases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certificated.) SILISTKI a. Private Nursing Home (Reg...

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 — 14 November 1914

Dairy Produce and Small Goods Shop. .E.Q . ODD to: announce that he has opened . a DAIRY PRODUCE AND SMALL GOODS SHOP in HEIDELBERG ROAD. IVANHOE, II (opposite Eades, Stationer) where may.be obtained the best brands of Western District Butter, Famous Leura; also Gippsland brands: Hutton's Hams and Bacon's and Small Goods, New Laid Eggs, Honey, Cheese, Lard, &c. GOODS DELIVERED. FOR ALL SIGHT TROUBLES YOU SHOULD CONSULT EA SIBLY 95 JOHNSTON ST. COLLINGWOOD * (NtEA WILINGTON STRUT cAMERA, & PROTOORAPHIC O SU0 PLIES. SOC C0 D , Housekeepers l Do you know it] PAYS YOU to S4VE YOUR FAT&BONES COLLECTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICT. Highest Prices Oiven. end Post Card to E. B. Roth, TEMPLESTOWE BOILING DOWN WORKS. ROBERT DICK, House ppeorator, Importer of Window Glass, Paper. hangings, and all Painters' Requisites, BEGS to intimate that 'he ha Moved his Business to premises lately occu* pied by Mr bEde HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE. Phone, Heidelberg 82. And trusts by g...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I.O.R., IVANHOE TENT, NO. 454. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

I.O.R., IVANHOE TENT, NO. 454. The usual meeting of the above tent was held on the 9th instant, when the election of officers for the .coming half year took place. General regret was ex pressed at the retire noieitoEthe Treas-· urer, Mr Duncan, from-the position he had so faithfully filled for six years.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. GREENSBOROUGH PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

The Pctws. EyERY SATtURDAY MORNINhG S97P, ,9?pT -?-L aidelberg 6x.M, &VJ2URPAY, NOVEMJDRIg I,4 TOPICS OF THE WEEK. GREENSBOROUGFL PATRIOTIC FUND. rin? the euclhre party and dance hecld'i e Xcech bite Hall on Saturday night, 7th instant,' id aid of 't~h~hecently formed l'ocal tennis club, an art~tiatically framed group of photos of characters and scenes from the carnival recently held in Greensborough Park to augment the Patriotic Fund was presented to Mrs Allan in recognition of her efforts. Mr H. S. Elliott, in making the presentation, said that, although of not very great monetary value, he hoped Mrs Allan would accept the gift in the spirit it was offered. On behalf of all interested, he could assure Mrs Allan that her ef forts were recognised and appreciated. (Hear, heai.). Mrs Allan had worked indefatigably. It was comparatively easy to induce people to patronise a car nival or concert, or some other form of amusement, but it wvas a different mat ter asking people for c...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Fairfield Croquet Club. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

Fairfield Croquet Club. The local ladies had a very ..By ;iame last we6k. Qg ri y?e'Ba, 'ith instant, thi r~tir.4 atch was played at Princess Park, and on on thebo following Saturday the locals were "at home" to the Bruns wick Croquet Club. On both occasions Fairfield scored success, winning by 10 and 22 points respectively. On Thurs day, 19th, the return wit?l h pfaydaa?a Brq.swick, " The Park Pictures advertise their 'stars" for Wednesday and S:aturday next.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunday School Picnics. A REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

Sunday School Picnics. A REmINISCUENCE. - (Bi~- D. ME.mHuasT.) Disiljusioume11t age may bring, but the sight of some hundrelds of happy children going to a picnic stirs the slug gish pulse andl quickens the blood, and unless ine has become an old curmud geon, munt occision a yearning for tlheo years l?i hl:,ve gone. Reminisiencesc of delightlil :,lnti, .ii:,tion, enidless cross ings of the bridge before you come to it as regards the weather, forebodings as to the chance of ratching the measles or something else before the eventful day, the utter disregard of being packed like sardines in the van, the noise and bustle of starting, the disregard of convention alities and the hail fellow well met spirit along the route. Yesterday ? No. What am I saying ? Forty three years ago, and one glorious Easter Mon day-one of the green spots of memory. Let me tell you about it. A lad of 17, in the enjoyment of full physical vigor, and the associations connected with old Sackville-street Sunday sc...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CHARGE OF ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

1- :'i~::' 1CHARGE~ OgF ASSAULT. At the Heidelberg Police Court on .Monday last, before Dr Rollason. Dr King, and Mr W. I. McLeod, J's.P., a case that excited a great deal of merriment, on account of the demeanor of certain of the witnesses, was heard, when Albert Bradley pleaded not guilty to a charge ot assaulting Michael Egan on November 3rd. Senior constable Moylan prosecuted, and the accused en trusted his case to Mr Wingrove. SMichael Egan deposed that on the night in question he was in the Old England Hotel, when a friend had given him a small cane, and Bradley tried to get it from him. Bradley knocked him down twice, arid they fought on the floor, and witness remembered no more. The witness here drew attention to the state of his face, showing a wound on the right side, and a cut on the nose. He said these had oeen inflicted-by Bradley during the struggle on the floor. Under cross examination witness said he had not taken count of the number of drinks he had had that day. He...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. A CONTRAST. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. 4 CONTRAST. The EBipepor W1illiaq~ at Bergij; '9th Mirply, I9o0 :--'We wil ihd everywher" : -:"-'-inis even if we re surrounded 4iy enemies on all sidae, and even if we have to fight super. ior numbers, for our most powerful ;ally is God, who, since the time of the Great Elector and Great King, has always been on our side." Abraham Lincoln, during thle darkest hours of the civil war, in repoise to the ,uestion wiethiter . : was sure tiilaf dd was on \!ti- side": I do not know; I have not thought about that. But I am vety i anxious to-know-whether we aie'of- 't God'. side." : A PARALLiEL. "A Wolf, meetiung wilth a :4ilijh astray from thie fold, resolved not to 'ay violent'hahds 6n hinl. but!to hnid som' pleh ~Vhidh shdud' l fistifi ' to the Lamb himseff his right tdo eab him. I-e theflad;qisedthn 'S:ir rah, last year you grbos.ly Insu]e~e nme,' 'Indeed,' bleated the lamib In a mourhful tone bf Voice, I was not thenl born.': Then 'said th'e Wolf: You f'ee~din xy ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CRICKET DRAW. FIRST ROUND. 14th and 21st November. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

CRICKET DRAW. FIRST ROUND. 14th and 21st November. lHeidelberg v. Fairfield Ivanhoe v, Diamond Creek Templestowe B v. Templestowe 4 Allhangton v. Greersborough` ? .: l;;e ti · Rljmnb h;::i t) 5l: · cember. TeuilPsthste & v. 'Diamrn6d Creek ' Greensborough - v. Fairfie d . Heidelberg'v.: Ivanhde Alphington ?. Temnpl1eoo?p ' 1~ ts and'Xt" eehe. Ivanhoe v, Alhnton * Templestowe v, Heidelh.e t 9th and 16th January. Greensborough v. Tenplestowe: A Diamond Creek v. Fairfield Alphington v. IIHeidelberg Templestowe B v. Ivanhoe • . .: .. . ·...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1914. (Before Dr Rollason, Dr King, and Mr W. M. McLeod, J's.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MoND?Y, NOVBIEBE 9, 1914. (Before Dr Rollason, Dr King, and Mr W. M. McLeod, J's.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. James Johnson pleaded not guilty to a charge of having used obscene l:ian guageat Alphington on the night of October 31st. Senior constable Moylan pr,.e.*utcd, and Mir Wingrove appeared for the ac eused. Constable Proudfoot declared that on ISaturday night, October 31st, he was called out of bed in consequence of a complaint that had been made to him. Hie went to the fish shop in Alphington and there saw five men, amongst whom was accused. Mr Adams wished to give the men in charge for offensive behaviour but witness decided to proceed against them by summons. Afteiwards, he saiw the men outside Mr Adams' residence, and he told them to go home. Accused made an insulting remark, and witness struck him lightly on the side of the head. It was not a hard blow, and did not knock the man down. Accused was drunk, and witness arrested him. On the way to the station ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

HEIDELBERG DISTRICT BAND. Sir-Our excuse for again asking space in your columns regarding the above matter is our wish to answer Mr Rees's most ill-in formed letter, and his evident desire to cloud the real issue. This branch of the A.N.A. has for years past run an annual concert in aid of the Austin Hospital, in the sweet cause of chariiy, and of charity alone, without any desire for advertisement. It is the refusal of the above band to play unless paid an increase in its fee, thus making the fee £3 3s that we wish to draw attention to. This matter only receives casual mention in Mr Rees's reply, and he doubtless hopes for silence on this point. As showing the difference of feeling shown to charity by different bands, we might mention that the Collingwood Citizens' -numuarlr,. ..j tronelned;,,neud itr would 'play without any mention of fee, and with out asking for an advertisement. We would ask you to contrast this with our so c~llea loc;~l bald asking £3 3s and an ad vertisenueut ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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A DISCLAIMER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

A DI8?CLAIMiER. Sir,-I will feel obliged if you will insert a niotice in your paper stating that the Fair field Cricket Club has no connection with a sweep on the Melbourne Cup, the tickets being headed "The Fairfield Cricket Club." We have done our utmost to find out who was running same, but we have failed. I trust you will give this publicity and thus enable the club to clear its name in the eyes of the district residents.-Yours, etc., W. PHILLIPS. Hen. Sec. Fairfield Crieket Club,

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG B v ABBOTSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

HEIDE:LBERG B v. ABBOTSFORD. The above match, which was conclu ded last Saturday, resulted in an easy win for Abbotsford by 162 runs on the first innings. - Heidelberg made 88 in their first effort, and G. Maling batted well for 47. Abbotsford made 250 (Gleeson 88). The locals batted a se. cond time and scored 50 runs for the loss of 2 wickets, Maling again batting well for 25 not out. As this player has im proved so much, the selection committee will have to consider his claims for in clusion in the first team. To-day the B eleven commence a two-days' match-with the Commercial Travellers, when players are requested to be on the ground early.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Christening of Heidelberg [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

he Christening tof Heidelberg. At this juncture, when interest in the taming of Heidelberg has been revived, the ollowing extracts from two volumes by.. :ell known authorsawill doubtless prove in ceresting to our readers. The best living suthority on the subject is undoubtedly Mr. rihomas A. Browne (better known as Rolfe loldrewood), now, in his eighty-ninth year, a resident of Toorak. Born in Lon "on, he came in early boyhood with his father, the late Captain Sylvester Browne, to Sydney, where the family stayed 10 years. In 1840 they re moved to Melboeurne and settled in Heidel berg, where they built a home. In the early eighties, Rolf Boldrewood contributed articles to the '"Australasian" on his rem iniscences, and in 1884 these were published in a volume entitled "Old Melbourne MIem ories." Dealing with the christening of Heidelberg he says: " This romantically ianed suburb was seven miles from nMel bourne, with an unmade road through blacksoil of considerable richness, and a ten...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE B v NTH. MELB. ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

OTHER MATOIIQ, (VANHOB B N'ITH. MIELB, ROV·ERS, The Ivafihoe B team commenced a match against the North Melbournoe Rovers-on Saturday, and, at tlhe close of. the day's play, had scored 222 for the lois of 5 wickets. Bryant made 84, his score including nine fourers. In Mann's contribution of 86 there were three sixers and ten fourers. Scores: IVANHOE. W. Bryan"t, c, b Mclndoc.... 84 . A. Fox, c and b McIldoe-:.. ..:23: A. nMann, b Lvey ... 86 G. Blair, b Levey .. . - 3 J. Barry, c, b Levoey . 0 J. McKeown, not out :8':::..-: : Sundries ... 8 Total for o wvickets 222

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SILLY STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

SILLY STORIES. sir,-In order to contradict absurd ru Mor h.lh-i' ae going ij.ý b ~" 4 ' g 'to' s~t4 that all goods sold from the Ivanhoo Bakery are manufactured and handled by.British born subjects. I have lived in England and Victoria since 1884. I was admitted to the duties and privileges of a 3British.' iijectin 1892. I will pay a reward-of £5 to anyone who will give information that-will load to the identity of the originator of the rumors so that I can have the matter thoroughly rentilated i a. coilrt of law. While ivel. 6ol~hi! fair' competitiofl, I strongly object t6o thyi dity aihd' I AneTdrind mttepiipts that are being mi;fTe to undermine the confideno anld goodwill imposed iil me by the'resi deits of our district, gained during 22 years holiest 'edeavor andi 'fair dealing.-Your&; etc:, p. HEINE,'' Ianhoe Jl;kery, Ivanhoeo. ' The Heidelbcrg branich of the A.W.N;L hqod a Dublic .imecting on ??c?day.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Templestowe Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

Templestowe Tennis Club. The public of Templestowere were the guests of the Templestowe Park Tennis Club on October 30th, at a basket picnic ii the Templestowe Park. The occasion Swas .the official opening of the club's . neow court by Lady Best, wife of the 7 -l.arge number of residents attended and passed a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon. Mr W. J. Ross, President of the club, introduced Lady Best, and he asked her to unfurl a large Uniion Jack that had been presented to the club. As the flag trarelled to the head of the flagstaff, the gathering joined in the Nationa Anthem. In welcoming the guests in the name of the club, the president mentioned the events leading up to the possession of a tennis court by the residents of Temple store. IHe wanted not only the resi dents of the town of Templestowe but the whole of the district to recognise that they had an interest in thelpark and that they should try to improve it. Lady Best, who was received with ac ecliamation, apologised for th...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Men's Service, at Ivanhoe. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914

: Men's Service, at Ivanhoe. ::.-. On Sunday afternoon last, St. ,James' Church of England Meri's I Societysheld their customary mon" i -.ly service at St. James' (Church, :I:.lvanhoe.- Between -o and 4o men .. .-were present. These services have I?i .had a patriotic bearing since the ,".commencement of the war. special prayers being offered for those who Shave volunteered for service with the .-.Expeditionary Forces In the same, *way, special hymns were sung, in cluding the National Anthem and Kipling's Recessional. Mr Leo. :: Bidstrup rendered in line voice, Tihe Bells of St. Mary's. The effective ness of the solo was noticeably en hanced by the manner in which thlm accompaniment was played by the organistpMr G. T. Prescott. The address was given by the Rev. S. Buckley, M.A., his subject being "The Christian Warrior."' The .legitimacy of war from the Christian pioint of view was dealt with. Al though the teaching of the gospels, ' and more particularly the Sermon on the Mount, see...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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