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IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON PROGRESS SOCIETY. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON RIGRE$. SOCIETY. " MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the Ivanhoe and Alphington Progress So ciety was held in the Alphington Hall on Monday night last. There was a good attendance, and the President, Mr H. T. Eiseman occupied the chair. ,·r: LETTERS TO:THE COURcIL.. . ... In roEply to the ~qociety's letter, tha cou.cil 'Qote, stating thati th;'raIh?i authorities had declined to introducp the system of free building passes. The drain in Livingstone-street had been at. tended to. The complaint regarding the alleged neglect to light the lamps in Livingstone-street had, upon enquiry, been found to be unwarranted, and a satisfactory exDlanation had been macde by the lamplighter. g" ~hft?fib;te, stating that he -would be pleasdd to bring the various matters complained of by the society under the notice of the council. He had been assured that Wunderlich, Ltd., had i~ itention o' o oenn~n a tile quarrv on IJorder .'nta~e. 'tt IwoUld otpoie tl6 establishme...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
NOTES. This afternoon the green will be oc cupied by the members in playing off for some of the club trophies. The two rinks that played for- Ivan hoe at Hawthorn City were rather severely beaten by the City club. It is a different matter playing among our sel'vestog6oing-out-to-meet such strong eights as competed for the president's prize of the Victorian Bowling Associa tion. However, it was a useful experi ence for the new players who competed for the first time.
"THE WARRINGALS." PATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
"TIHE WARRINGALS." PbATRIOTIC ENTERTAINMENT. Thet Heidelberg: R?ecreation Hall was filled to the doors on Saturday evening last when "'The Warrin gals," the new Heidelberg dramatic club, assisted by Messrs R. and E. Stirling, produced the very interest ing and humorous comedies, "The Queen of Hearts," and '"Freezing a Mother-in-Law." The former play was new to a -Heidelberg audience, and was exceptionally well rendered by Mrs Castieau and her company. The part of Sophie, maid of all work, fell to the lot of Mrs Castieau (Miss Hilda Frazer), and indeed it could not have been in more capable hands, either in her moments of laughter or of weeping. She had the audience in roars of laughter on all manner of occasions, from bees waxing the floor to listening to a conversation at the key-hole. The bulk of the conversational part was taken by Mr Weston-Smythe (Mr Nicholas Bindle), and Mr Chas. Hart (Major Tuckle), both in love with Mrs Millington (Miss Queenie Davies.) The tactics adopted b...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
PLTH AND POliNt. It commences to-day! Hattam's bar. gaiii fairl" The greatest Xmas event ypu ever came to. See the values offered in Hattam's advt, on page 8, and send for full list of pricesa Half price t- The full meaning of those two words can only be gauged by a visit to Hattam's December bargain fair (now in full swing) where "half price" is marked on e;ery item6 - "Everything is reduced-every price out to thi bone, at- Hatta~ii's Deeberr ':bargain fair. The grandest buying chance that's ever come your way The Girl's Friendly Society will give a patriotio concert in the Alphington Hall on eceimnber 17th. Proceeds in aid of Belgian Re1lief Fied,' . . Napoleon and the Present War is the title of a lecture to be delivered in the lodge room, Ivanhoe Hall on Tuesday next, Ad mission free. Ladies invited. Cr. F.IT. lecturer. The Heidelberg P.L.C. will hold a euohre party and daice in the Recreation Hall on this (Saturday) evening. MIr Anstey and Mr King O'MIalley will be present. A m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
- Dr. Basil J. Adam * WURROOK." .. IVAN 1OE. -* Hours -; -9 to 10a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. : S: Baturdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 a,m. Vaicination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m, "::.Visita FAIRFIELD daily 11 am. (Sun . day.sexcepted. Messages may be left at Mr McOregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Station street. R. BH. KIRWAN KING HEIDELBERG. May be Consulted Daily, 9 to 11 a.m Visits : E(tham-Mondays, 2 p.m. GOreensborough-?Mondays, 4 p.m; and Thursdays, 1 p,m. Diamond Greek-Thursdays (Oddfellows Bal), 2,30 p.m. . O-A. O D" ~RO~ L LAs S N OF HEIDELBERG VISITS ?EMoaN, Tuesdays, 12 noon. Gas?uOBanoUeH; Taesdays, 2,30 p.m Diamond VazaK, Fridays, 3 p.m. DR. E. B, HEFFERNAN Has Commenced Practice At ,,,:.YAiRA STREET, ALPHINGTON Ai nd at FAIRFIELD. Private Hospital (Regietered.) "KIA ORA," HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IV ANHOE-C los tation. Patlants acoommodated before and after accoachement. Every comfort and skilled attention PFBS-Two and a half Guineas, Visiting oases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certificated.) SILISTRIA, Priv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
?iDalry, Produce and Small Goods Shop. iGEO. TODD 2ZD~S toanniounce that he has openedl SGOOD8 SHO P in HEIDELBERG ROAD; IVANHOE,?l (opposite Eades, Stationer) where may be obtained the best brands of Western District Butter, Famous Leurn; also Gippsland brands: Hntton's Hams and Bacon's and lmall Goods, New Laid Eggs, Honey, Cheese, Lard, &c. ::GOODB DELIVERED. FOR AlL sIlot" TROUBILES YOU SNOULD CONSU-LT E-A- bIBLY 95 JOHNSTON ST. COLLINGWOOD CAMERA5 & PHOTOGRAPIC SU d 0 Housekeepers I Do you know it PAYS YOU to .AVE 07YOR .FA&BONES C0)j4ECTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICT. Highest- Prices Given. and Post Card to E. B. Roth, TEMPLESTOWE BOILING DOWN WORKS. ROBERT DICK, House D.eo rator, Importer of Window Glass, Paper. aeingigs, and all Paintars' Reguisites, E EGS to intimate that 'he hau Moved )' hl. Business to premises lately oou piP b1 yr Bade HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE. Phone, Heidelberg 82. And trusts by good workmanship and su? plying only the best mat...
PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL. The committee is working with an en thusiasm to make a success of the pa triotic carnival to be held at Fairfield on December 12th. No effort is being spared, and the spectacular military events are expected to draw a large num ber of visitors from all parts of the met ropolis. And these events will be worth while going a lonig way' to see, carried out, us they will be', a's inearlytpoaasib under active service conditions. There are a number of other items which would of themselves make a splendid pro gramme, but they will be immensely overshadowed by the military display. The carnival will be under distinguished patronage, and amongst those who have promised to attend are the State Gov ernor (Sir Arthur Stanley), the Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce), Honorable J. G. Membrey, M.L.A., thle Lord Mayor (Ald. D. V. Hennessey), Presi dent and Councilors of Heidelberg Shire, the Mayor and Councillors of Wew, Col lingwood and Northcote. A motor am bulance waggon wi...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENT [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
CTc Dews. PUBLIBHIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING ITELEPraoE-1CiidClbcrgg 67Mf. SATURDAY, DECEMBElt. 5, 1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. INTERESTING ENTERTAINMEINT, uIn connetion with the series of- fix tures being organised on behalf of St. bl ~ ~ : ... .. ... . .) i .~·( ....-I'·l James parish hall and grammar school, beginning with the fete to be opened this afternoon by the Archbishop of M.el bourne and closing with a grand concert next Saturday evening, we desire to draw special attention to an entertainment being arranged by MIisses Lowe for Tuesday evening next, 8th- December. An examination of the programme dis closes several items which promise to be of considerable interest. The appoint ments of the new hall will, no doubt, show to advantage the histrionic, spec tacular and domestic tableaux provided, as well as the morris dances, physical culture displays, action songs, etc. 7We note, amongst other names, that Miss Gertie Carruthers, whose appearance as a violin soloist has met with s...
ST. JAMES PARISH HALL AND SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
ST. JAMES PARISH HALL AND SCHOOL.U An event auspicious both to the Church through whose agency it has been erected, and the district in which it is placed, was the opening of St. James' Parish Hall and Grammar Shool, at Ivanhoe, on Saturday after noon last. The completion of this fine building marks a definite stage in the progress of the Church of Eng land and will, no doubt reflect credit on it and the district. No doubt, also, -as-..-its ..educational.- -advantages- 'are availed of, -will be indicated, by our own people, the recognition which a growing and virile nation must in evitably show towards the training and moulding, at its most impression able period, of the character and lives of our children. If one lesson of more value than another has emerged from the dreadful conflict which is over shadowing the higher civilisation to day, it is that the people formitig our Empire must, so far as the means are available, be so trained and developed physically, mentally and morally,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
Mr George MIaxwell tenders his thanks to those electors who voted and worked for him" at the recent election. For choice Christmas Presents visit W. E. Ladner, 282 Snmith St., Colligbwood, where an excellent? range of Jewolloiy and Blac c~u be irspeotdd. Priigate address, Young Btreet, Ivanhoo. Phone 9494. Will the Cut be Right, tooP TERDHAPS you haven't given that important aspect consideration. Too many men, alas, pay little or no heed to the cutting oJ their suits. They consider quality and ashion of material most critically, but the all-important-the vital point-is passed over. A badly-cut suit made of the world's best woollens will never give satisfaction to men who are particular. Here you are assured of quality and style of material, and-quality and style plus skilled cutting. Skilled cutting and faultless quality materials, combined with keen desire to give you absolute satisfaction in flue and I durability; are a few reasons why our suits appeal to particular men. I See us ...
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PRO GRESS ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly meeting of the Heidelberg Progress Society was held in the Scots' Hall on Monday evening last. The president, Mr. A. Jones, occupied the chair. Fire Appliances; The secretary reported that he had written to the council pointing out the inadequacy of the provisions for fire-fighting, and asking that the pro per atthorities be written to, with a view to action being taken. Post Office. He had also written to the council suggesting that, if a piece of land near the council chambers were of fered to the Federal Government, they might build a new post office there. The present building was too small, and was not fit for occupation, and was unhealthy. It was decided that the president and secretary and Mr. McLeod attend the next council meeting and' urge that action be taken. , Rosanna. Mr. Reynolds said that he had pointed out to the council that, if they did not build a bridge .across Cape street,. Heidelberg. would be ctt off...
DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
DIAMOND. CREEK. I--L (From Our Correspondent). During the past few weeks the senior Sirls of the local State sc?ool kave been nidtistriotisly engaged in preparing Dewing, fancy work, and other goods for a bazaar to augment the State School patriotic fund. The sewing and other work was done at the residence of Mrs Paul. The bazaar was held in the local inutitite qn Saturday, the 28th Novem br,; ad a sum of £9 was realised. Mr W. J. Cook .opened the bazaar. The girls are to be commended for the earnest energy they displayed in carrying out their task. The arrangements were all carried out by the girls themselves. The following were the pupils :-Belle Huntley, Doris Moffatt, Elma Hartley, Ivy Warry, Mary Paul, .Nellie Cowin, E.sa' Limrner, :Elsie Warry, Belle L~areoy, ?aisy Smith, Millie Moore, Isa Norton, Ethel Fox, Ruby Wilson, Mollie Gilding, and I oris Wadeson. The committee of the Diamond Creek Horticultural Society held its monthly meeting on the 3rd inst. and revised the schedul...
GREENSBOROUGH PROGRESS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
GREENSBOROUGH PROGRESS SOCIETY. The usual msonthly meeting was held on Satuirday evening last, the president, Mr H. Mitchell, in the chair. SANITARY AREA. The reoent decision of the public meeting re sanitary area was lengthily discussed. It was pointed out that the decision to embrace the whole water area would necessarily entail a higher rate per pan. It was considered by many to be a most selfish, and, in a measure, spiteful view to take by those having to pay on account of living in the congested portions of the township, and virtually meant that because they were compelled they would put others to a quite unneces sary expense. As a matter of fact, all the residences in what was known as the outer area were quite away from the township, with abundance of space to dispose of their refuse without annoy ance qr Ienace to the health of others. it was also pointed out that any resi 'dence with five or more acres attached was entitled to exemption, and, no doubt, many would take advan...
GREAT MILITARY DISPLAY. THE MARCH ON BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
[ GREAT MILITARY DISPLAY. T THE MARCH ON BERLIN. iPreparations are now going on apace for the great military event to be held at Fairfield to-day, Saturday. The 55th Battalion (Collingwood) Infantry, Royal Australian Engineers, and the St. John Ambulance Association will take part, so that most of the component parts of an army will be- in evidence. The con .tour of the ground is splendid for a dis ?, play -of. this nature, affording opportu. inities for the exhibition of military tac -tics and strategy, whilst the spectators will have a splendid view of the pro. ceedings. The operatipns will as nearly approach an actual battle as possible. Sand besides being a training for the men taking part,. will give the visitors a vivid idea of how battles are fought and won., "Berlin" will be situated on the other. side of the river from the park, the attacking force being encamped on-the park. Having been informed by aerial scouts that the fort is not securely held ,by-the enemy, the besiege...
BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
BOY SCOUTS. About 35 members of the first Ivauhoe troup, under Scoutmaster Wilson, met at the troop room at 3 p.m. on November 2lst. After hoisting and saluting the Union Jack, the scouts marched to the river, where rowing and swimming were practised. In the evening, at the Ivan hoe Dramatic Club's entertainment, the troop formed a guard of honor for the Russian Consul-General on his arrival at the Ivanhoe hall. On the following Saturday, at 3 p.m., the troop, under Scoutmaster Wilson, again assembled at the troop room, where the flag. was saluted. Afterwards, the troop formed a guard of honor at the official opening of the Ivanhoe Recreation Association's pavilion. The scouts then marched to the river, Where boating and swimming were practised. Some of the lads passed in cooking for the second class test. Recently a fourth patrol of the first Ivanhoe troop was formed, and is called the " Kangaroos."
IVANHOE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
IVANHOE CLUB, The annual meeting of the Ivanhoe Swimming club was held on Wednesday evening, 9th Decemlber, the president, Mr A. H. Scott, presiding over a large number of members and prospective members. Mr if. Matthews, the secre tary, read the report and balance sheet, tnd the members viewed with satisfac-. tioi} the souihd f~nancial position of the club. 'i'le lialacce "'rgglZ; igar from last year is 8. 10o. "The mitirts, report, and balance !coet were 1qamg: mously adopted. The election of office-bearers resulted as follows.: President, Mr A. H. Scott; vice-presidents, Messrs E. T. Stone, W. B. Freeman, J. Millsom, and E. A. Knoll; secretary; Mr H. Groves; assis taut secretary, Mr L. T. Adams; trea. surer, Mr W. B. Freeman; press cor respbond.~t, 'Mr G-. . Maling; commit. tee, Messrs G. P: Ifreoomlan A.. I)aies, G. A. Maling, H. Matthews, Esler, and K. Groves; delegate, Mr L. T. Adams; patrons, Crs. Ball and Bryant, Drs. " Adam and Grifliths, Messrs W. Stone, Macintosh, Sharp, ...
"THE WARRINGALS." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
"THE WAlRRINGALS." The sum of £10 has been handed in to the "Travelling en Fund" by .Clib , being half proceeds of their enter tainment given on ~8th ult. The scenery and St John's Church of England " Messenger " also benefitted. The names of Miss Greeta Freeman and Mr G, Allard were inadvertently omitted from our report of the entertainment in last week's "News." This lady and gentleman acquitted themselves remark ably well and had their audience in shreiks of laughter.at their unique love scene, the only regret being that there was not more o. them to be seen.
SWIMMING. HEIDELBERG CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
SWIMMING; - HEIGDELBEG CLUB. A meeting was held in the Scots' Hall on Monday evening last, the object being to revive the Heidelberg Swimming club. The aeeting had ien called'?? the local progress society, and Mr Jones, president of the society, occupied the chair. He explained that a good site had been obtained, and the land adjoin ing, had been purchased. The young people had been invited to the meeting, and he would like to hear suggestions as to how the site could be improved. Mr Reynolds asked whether the council had rendered any assistance. The chairman replied that no assist znce had been obtained from the council, but if that body were properly ap. pioached'something might be doie. It was asdertaiidd fr6m s6id o'bf the boys present that' there was 'a simlk?i tree in the water, and it hovuld lip r~~ moved, Mr Reynolds said that the object of the progress society was to help along any worthy movement in the district, He thought it would be a good idea if the society offered a ...
PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 12 December 1914
PATRIOTIC CARIIVAL. For the last time we draw the atten tion of our readers to the Patriotic Car nival at Fairfield this afternoon and evening. A description of the event of the day, " The March on Berlin," will be found in another column. Fairfield will be honored in that the Governor (Lord Stanley), the Lord Mayor (Alder man D. V. Hennessy), and various Par liamentarians have signified their inten tion of being present. Tho vice-regal partf'will arrive at 3.15 p.m., and will be received by Cr Coate and committee. Special trains will run from Princes' Bridge at 2.15 and 2.35. The admissioli will be Gd, and the first event will start at 2.45. The programmes will be sold at 3d each and each copy will entitle the bearer to-a chance for a trophy valued at 10s. The catering will be in the hands of Dance's,