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Praise Service. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

Praise Service. Last Sunday evening the first praise service in the Ivanhoe Presbyterian Church on the new site in Noel street took place. The church was crowded. The Rev J. Morris James, the minister, preached the sermon from the 26th chap er ofSt. Matthew, where it is re,.orde& that Christ went a " little further" into' the garden of Gethsemane, after he left" e disciples. The preacher pointed out tr a necessary it was to go a little fur lr, and that in going forward we went lthe prdoper 'dyrection. The musical rtion of the servie included the ans tbe?s "I waited for the Lord," " Holy pirt, Come," and "They have taken ays Hmy Lord." Solos vere sung by trs Hines, Miss M. .Tames, and Mr Ar thur Henderson, The various solos, duets and trios in the anthems were taken by Mrs Bethel, Mrs James, and Mr Tewnley, and the result was most sfactore Mr E.Ingham presided at the organ. The shire council will meet on Tues day next.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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A CORNISH PASTY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

A CORNISHI PASTY. On Tuesday night week the Alphing ton people were treated to a " Cornish evening" in the Methodist Church. The Rev W. H. Hodge is of Cornish extrac tion, and some time since he visited Cornwall and preached in the " Wes loeyan Chapels," as they are best known there. For about an hour and a half he entertained the audience with reminis cences of his trip to Cornwall. also giv ing a recital from one of Mark Guy Pearce's books. This author was a Cor nishman, and one of the. best known English preachers and writers. The rev gentleman also gave some of his ex periencees amongst the Cornish miners at Bendigo. Mr Edwards, the leader of the Alphington choir, is also a Cornish man, and he not only made a good chair man, but he told some capital Cornish stories. The evening finished up with a pasty supper. About 150 hot pasties had been provided, and not one was left over. At the conclusion, when the Cornish ladies of the audience met outside, a dis cussion took place over t...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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The way in which all can Help [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

The way in which all can Help The Heidelberg District Patriotic League, which is a braichl of' the Lady Mayoress' League. and regis tered branch of the Red) Cross, hbis been in existence fromn the beginning. of the war, and has been busily work ing to supply the men in the trenches with sox, shirts and numerous other articles for their comfort, which 'are' so essential for their well-beingl Only those who have come in con tact with the men know how mu:ch these gifts are appre'ciated. 'In. coti nection with the H.D.P. League there. are four divisions-Fairfield, 'i Al phington, Ivanhoe, Heidelberg, 'and in each division there are ladies in charge of the work who are in at tendance at their depots" one day in: each week to give- otit supplies :of wool, flannel, etc., which are:speedily converted into useful articles by the willing hands of their great, host 'of workers. To give soine idea of tfhe' cxtent of the work that has been put through during the past 12 nionths, 3617 pairs of so...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

Henderson & Ball (Thomas Henderson-Robert G. Ball). SOLICITORS & CONVEYANCERS. RORMANBY CHAMBERS, i3u LITTLE COLLINS STREET, iELBOURNE. Money to lend on Freehold Mortgages MR. R. 0. BALL'S Address : "Toolangi," Heidelberg-road. near Studley-road, IVANHOE. Telephone-5975. N[cINERNEY AND McINERNEY, Barristers, and Solicitors, 89 Queen Street, Melbourne,. Partners Dr. T. P. McINERNEY, M.A. T. M. McINERNEY, C.M.G. Have Trust Moneys to Lend. HERES GOOD NEWS A REMEDY FOR CATARRI. "N UTONA." THE latest treatment, price 2/6 a bottle. I btainable at all hchmists and from F. W. Gilbert M.P.S.A. CHEMIST, OPTICIAN, And PHOTO DEALER. The Ivanhoe Pharmacy, Heidelberg Road. IVANHOE. 'Phone, 112 Heidelberg. 1Private Hospital (Registered). "KIA ORA," HEIDELBERO-ROAD, IVANHOE-Close Statioa. Patients accommodated before and after accouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention. Fees- Moderate. Visiting cases attended. NURSE .IACKSON (Certificated). Coreen School and Kindergarten HEID...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

Tye & Co. Prop. Ltd., 237-239 Smith Street FITZROY. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, .....- anufaotuiers and Importers of Bedroom, Suites Sewing Machines Dining Room Suites, Crockery Sideboards Glassware Bedsteads Lace Curtains Wire MIattresses Hall Curtains Bedding Table Covers Carpets Blankets Rugs Quilts Linoleum, Prophophones every de oription of Furniture and Furnishing Drapery. Y& Co., 237-239 Smith St., Fitiroy. i-. TARRANT rcels Express & General Carrier, Parcels Collected to and from all Suburbs Daily by EAD OFFICE, most reliable men. Passengers' Luggage by Intercolonial or Mail Boats COLLINS STREET receive special attention. (Next Commercial Bank) A TRIAL SOLIOITED. elephone 1561 MY success depends on your recommendation. ESTIMATES FREELY GIVEN. Ring up Heidelberg 64 before 10 a,m. (Saturday excepted), and you can your goods delivered same day to any suburb. S. APPS AND 80N UNDERTAKERS, OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE : MOORE-ST., FITZROY. BRANCHES Street, St. Kilda...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. CONCERT AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. CONCERT AT FAIRFIELD. The concert given in St. Anthony's Hall, Fairfield, on the 4th July was very well attended, notw?thstanding' the wet night. One ot-the ".bjects of the gath ering vas to present ,the gifts to the queens' in connection * ith the recent queen carnival. The. Rev. RM. J. Hayes, in thanking the four ladies who allowed themselves to be iominiated, said the primary motive was to assist the parish. The parish was only two years old, and it had provided a inagnificent home and a beautiful school aiid hall, which have proved their worth and will more than justify their existence. ' He thanked all those who had assisted at the carnival, particularly the secretary (Mr Kiernau), who had rendered a lot of assistance to the committee. The result of the queen competition showed that Mrs Mar riott was first, having secured 26,940 votes, worth £112/5/; Miss Metters, 20,775 votes, £86/11/3:; Miss. Kinehan, 19,46,4 votes, £81/2/; Miss Juhker, 2000 votes, £8/6/8....

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Railway Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

Che DeWS. PUBLISiED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, JULY 14. Railway Fares.' ': Since the Railway Commissioriers have found there is a deficiency, of over £400,000 ooon n the past year'si wvorking of ithe .'greatest State monopoly'-that the Governmenrt han dles, it has been deemed expedient to raise the fares. 4,At first :it was'i n deistood 'there wvould he a teniper cent; increase all ;roundi to whichi there would have beeil no strog. ob, jection. but to the surprie ?hcl -cliha grin of suiburban people they have to pay from 12j _to. 50-o per., cent: iin creise. In . all phases" of po itical' ecoinomy one :.ads of "the unequal distributionri of this world's goods, and the struggle' there is to get;any thing like a:fair'del; and i't :his quite evident that the commissioners be Iieve' in adheritig to th stei·dtyped" method of beai!ing- down one sec tion of the community and letting 'the other, off :-as lightly as possible. The people in .the shire otH eidel berig have lobng had a gn...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Fairfield Red Cross Society. MEN'S SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

Fairfield Red Cross Society. MIEN'S SECTIO. N. The secretaries of e te;-''abov, (Messrs. V. A. Newnhm ain dL.'..: Parke) write as follows;:-- ; Another year of the war:;iw: brought this Society int:o its:; third= year of existence, and ,we ould;le .ere glad if you ,would allow ao us tKo? ,nake a preliminary announcenment through your columns 'that it-: iaS. {I tended to commemorate thlis afntii versary by having two ': demodnstria tions in the Park Theatre oi Augustg i, and 14 next respectively.'It ?' ill be rememnibered last year we had a big demonstrationi in?.i mrarquee erected in Heidelberg-road,; w.hen Lady Stanley honoured us by:coming out and officially setting the laliia'niies in motion in the workshol "3 A .diid ncer was also held iii ;onouiitr of? the Consuls representing the Allies: 1A1 ombined service was :also held in the theatre. This year it is intended. to iold` a combined church service in :tle Par?c Theatre on Sunday afternoo'n Aiu gnst 12, when Chaplain-General . ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

PITH AND POINT. Hattain's, Northcote, are specialising in the gentlemen's departmnent.. The current diumber of " The Wind. sor"- is now obtaidable. at the loed agents, and coutainss excellent reading. The deputation w ith reference to the Fairfield railiwahy fares is to be referrd to the coimMissioners A Stiaedl:school concert, in aid of the British Red Cross;, will be held in Iran hoe: on August '2. , -Thel:3li tiiutal mnoting of the Hei delbor, baauch of the Women's Nation al League will be held in Scots Hall, Heidelberg, on Wednesday next at 2.3'. "Is it a lake or a road," said an ELI tham shire councillor at the last meeting when reference was made to the Whit tlesea-Kinglake road. 1Mr W. B. Sangster, of the New Store, Fairfield, notifies the public that he hi gone into the furniture business, and in vites inspection. Mr A. Hart,' of Northcote, inserts a notice with reference to his livery stablei, and states that his cabs meet all trains at the Heidelberg station. M[r :C. J. A....

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SHIRE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

SKIRl ELECTION. Sir,-I always thought the Heidelberg Progress Society sufficiently wide awake .not to be made use of politically, but fror. '.he way the recent meeting for the selection of a shire candidate was mance uvred by the section opposed to them, I am satisfied-that the ".clever division" has caught them napping. I make no comparison between the two gentlemen nominated, but I think the society show ed weakness in not running a candidate of its own. As Dr. Rollason suggested, the meeting should have been a public one, and not under the control of a so= ciety, then there would have been a bet ter field for selection. As it is a num ber of people have now pledged themselves to support a candidate who is a stranger to' the town,: and certaini people want him to have a walk-over, which is certainly not a progressive move, especially when there, are several others who might be nominated and who would do good'work, aid I might mina tion the names:of Mr Jones, Mr Rey niolds, or Dr R...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. LOCAL SHOPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. LOCAL SHOPPING. Sir,-In your report of the meeting of the Fairfield'Progress Association, re the discussion on the increase of railway fares, I am reported as having said that the increase in fares would -have a ten dency to make people shop locally. Sir, I am not the person who made this re mark, although I emphatically supported the suggestion that local shopping should be encouraged.l-Yours, &c.; A. E. BROWN. Station-street, Fairfield.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Bowlers' Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

'B.iwlers' Social Evening " Sir Francis" writes :- m?t joyable 'evening was.spent at the :. cote's Bowling Club's pavilio ton on day evening, whcn the menmbe T tained the presiderit (Cr. F. Pliate representatives from the clubs thaB; t part in the Jika Jika tournaat t, which was won in pronounced stilenG the Northeote A team. The chair;' occupied by Lieut.-Col. Braithwaite, a dignified president he made fo0ra evening. In presenting the shield in pennant to Cr. Plant on behalfofaly club, he paid a warm eulogy to ?,r pli as a citizen and an upholder of tIhe vorite pastime, coupling with the pie dent's name that of Mrs Plant, who,r untiring in her assistance to forward t! pleasure of the Northceote bowlers. li toast was received with enthusiaslm i the large company present, the pavilicr being filled to its utmost capacity. The reply of Mr Plant was to th point, and he was glad to know that h had the confidence and good wishes c the members. It was a happy cireua stance that the origina...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Heidelberg Police Court. MONDAY, JULY 9. (Before Messrs Collins, Macleod, Carruthers, and Jones, J.P.'s.) Thistle Act. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

Heidelberg Police Court. MIONDAY, JULY 9. (B$efore Messrs Collins~ Macleod, Car : rth.ers, and Joaes, J.P.?s.): Thistle Act. Constable Costello (an officer of tlhe shire, for whom Mr H-ill appeared) v. H. Bamfield, for :failing to destroy sweet briar. The constable stated that he had served notices on the defendant, who had 600 acres on the 1I.O. 0 . estate, and lit tle had been done, although promises had, :been made. to, have it completed. De-' fcndant is in possession, but people who iave taken part of the prqperty have lone tl?eir share, and Banifield said he wag- not going to trouble about his. .Defendant, (who did not a.pear, was fined 20/ and £2/416 costs. Constable Costello V. Tiles. Robinson, for failing to comply with the Thistle Act on his place at Bundoora, The con htable said a lot of money had been spent but .a.:lot _was left undone. Since the sunmotns an'eliort had been made to do sometliing. :.Defei dant said he had spent £180 on cleariug: the. property,; but he had ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

Tiic second ainatl iih etinewias ,held on iiTucsday Tuly w:::ihcn theic, hias a I rge aiteidatnce of nlembers, ;the cap an (Mr Iyslhp) beiig in the cliain ;Jho ieport uid b:in :elsheet: shloed thie club to be in a i plc id in ciall , pi tion p uides the;lmlus:etory eturn:i IAshoeitý that e1 co. pletd t.e.courset...d obtain: ine naarksn fir' ;- badges 1'Tlc, ieport 'coU plim 3d #l~e u eabeis Qil hauiing oblitiupec) lj he. hinep cjianimpio shield at` Wilihamstoaisa;atusilfldubs Ilie sclb still places the clubiroolySii attilh e dreisdeaS :ho leidiCos So;ietys The ed as follows:- Captaini r K.Is lop; ice captain, I. Pettit, tiei urer, Mr F. J 0Liabb secretar) Mi F Fry (all of ivhono ete uiopposed) comnittec Messrs Orr Reidle, Williauni son 1. Bowdlei, Ci-oo Icy Simithl Ani dit son, Steawart;:iducitors 'Mcssrs Sher riff and W Siuoudodison. A vote of thanks to the returning officers was res ponded to by the captain, who expressed his thanks for his re-election, and: re ferred at length to...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CONCERT AT ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

CONCERT AT ELTHAM. A splendid entertainment was held in the Eltham Rechabite Hall on Saturday evening last, the proceeds being in aid of the British' Red Cross. The arrange nents were carried out by fthe teachers and school committee. There were flljy 250 people present, who enjoyed a viiried programme, after whicli =a dance was, held. The funds will benefit to the ex teat of £10 or £12. The following pro-'. gramme was gone through and every item was well received .-Opening chori. us--National Anthem, Marseillaipe, My Native Land-senior scholars; overture,. Mr-Sinclair ; recitation, '" Four soldier boys;. junior scholars ;: song, W,:ihen Irishl eyes are smiling,':,: Miss Clhalmers; rccitation, ''Tlhe Telegram," Mis's Fer gusson;, song; :', Till` the boys`. come. home.' girl scholars; sonig, Calling me hlome,' Miss -Duncan ; ;dialogue, ;"-Lost and fountd," :Mis Fergusen 'ad friend. song; "f ctldnd t could ; 'fMiss :Tay lors rlab swonging, :' " isses Banks? and Hfayies song;'d '?ack's...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SOCIAL AT FAILFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

SOCIAL AT FAILFIELD. At the conclusion of the choir practice of the Fairfield Presbyterian Church last week, an informall social evening was held in the schoolroom to allow of the members making a small presentation to their late choir-master, Mr F. G. W. Forster, who has acted in an honorary capacity for some years. A musical pro gramme was gone through, and then the Rev G. M. Connor, in a very nice speech, presented Mr Forster with an umbrella saitably inscribed, with the love and best wishes of the members of the choir. Mr Forster, in his inimitable style,.acknow ledged the gift, and mentioned the .plea sure it had given him to carry out the duties of choir-master. Refreshments, provided by the lady members, followed by the National Anthem, brought a very pleasant evening to a close.

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FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 July 1917

FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES Two big stars are announced for to night, and they are right up to date. Charles Chaplin in " The Vagabond" is a new role for the world's laughter maker, but Charlie is always Charlie, and some splendid bits are to be seen in " The Vagabond." The five-part drama, "Lovely Mary," featuring Mary Miles Minter, is one of the finest things on the screen. On Wednesday next " God's Crucible," a five-part feature drama, will be the star picture, supplemented by the great serial " Liberty." Then the following Saturday (21st) Charlie Chaplin will be seen in ".The Cure," and Douglas Fairbanks in ' Reggie Mixes It," and the first episode of the great est serial ever produced, "Shielding Shadows."

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W.C.T.U. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 July 1917

'lile Pairfeld branch of the W.O.T.U.,' whirl has a membership of over. 50, held an American tea at the residence of Mrs FAllard (rice-president), on Tuesday last, in aid of the new hall for the Rich Inond free kindergarten, which-the union Supports. Mrs iHooke gave an address on the work done by the kindergarten, which educates about 50 children each day, but for want of room turn many away. The sum of £2 was the result, as well as interest in work stimulated. Mrs ewnlai l and Miss Stout were the solo !*ts, and added greatly to an enjoyable I IiO 11. i .,

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GIRLS' PATRIOTIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 July 1917

GIRLS' PATRIOTIC CLUB. In connection with the Patriotic Eiiul of the club, a concert was held in thie IRechabite 1fail l Saturday rvening last. The progirammin e was citirely- supplied hy visitors front o a kintdred club in the city, The lier formanllce was sadly marred by the hloodlumlike Isehavliour of a gang of lads at the back of the hall. The in terjectionis andl noise were so con tilnous that only those fortunate enoutsh tn bIe in the front part of the hall had allny chlance of hiearing the itemls, the performers and audience havning to submit to what, by com mont consent, was regarded as one of the worst exhibitions of larrikinisni ever known. in Greensborough.l: s It seems stratnge that young ~fel lass, someni of whlom might reason ably be expected to be itn. klhakit, and who would hIe the first to resent any slight dliscourtesy to their own people, should lower theniselves to aninoy othlers, especially ladies, whIe were. without recomlpense 6f any sort, givinsg their time a...

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PLAY THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 July 1917

PLAY TH-E G.A[E. SSir,-I wish to draw the attention citizens to th fuollowibg :-In the oui of a visit to the Alph:, intloi park [o servedl: written: on the gate postS leadjt into the ;pak k l-:ih: wordis; !f' Page, I)rillI?stisruetor, Goldfet.et.'i mai'e referred to:(r G. rr . i ge, or . phliingto,), w.ho s hads l seer:l Yer experience ii the inilitia of ietonr?, ing involied i( bijsineas n JeII tle P broke diitf:ould hot see his way clde enlist, biut having iwound up his 80 satisfatodrily, is now in camp with iA.I.F;., and" will be sailing slhortly thde front. Now, sir, I think itistl these words should be effaced, ad th removed a standing disgrace 5too,,e our soldiers: Trusting this matter ' be taken up by the proper authoritit Yours, &c., FAIR Ltl

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