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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 August 1917
PITH AND POINT. We are compelled to hold over Dia mond Creek notes, letters signed "G" and " Motorist," and reports of the Ivan hoe school concert and Methodist mission. Three horses are impounded. The Eltham shire council will meet on Monday next. The Heidelberg Progress Association will meet on Monday evening. Bargains are now being offered at Hat tam and Hattam's end of season sale. The Fairfield Progress Association willV meet on Tuesday evening. Hattam's, Northcote, are specialising in the gentlemen's department. The 'Hon. J. G. Membrey is expected to be in Ivanhoe to-night at the farewell social to Mr and Mrs D. Rodger. Miss Jolly, Rathmines-street, Fair field, notifies that she is prepared to re ceive pupils for pianoforte and theory. Wintry weather means warm cloth ing, and the place to get it is Hattam and Hattam's, Northcote. The rafle for the pony (donated by Mr W. H. Pitman for the Ivanhoe Red Cross Society) will be drawn on Friday next at the Red Cross working bee. The ...
Concert and Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 August 1917
Concert and Lecture. At Heidelberg on Monday Cve a good audience assembled in ~.' Hall, and enjoyed a good co programnir by local poplei most interesting lecture by Chap1 Captain J. TL:Cope.. The Rev.x Hardie presided. The 1folowing items were each one being well receixei all sympathetic audience:-Duet, ' is. Meafit to Make Us Gad." aliss Smith iand Mr. P. Robertson; "Lullaby;" 'Misi Peggy Gillies; so 'The Bandaliero," Mr. Leo. e strup; trombone solo, "Simon Gellarer,'" Mr. Ivan. Castella; so "When You Come Horme," j Russell; song, " At Sunset 1, Mrs. Bethell, sorng Mate of \li Mr. P. Robertson;' song, "Sum4 Night," Miss Smith song, Treasure,' Mr Bidlstrup (encore! trombone solo " Death of \elso; Mr. Ivan Castella, song, " My Ta Miss Gilliessng,." Open2aly E', Mrs. Bethell (encored). Mr. A b. told a fewv stories to the audier. while disposing of a musical bos the uistin 'Hospital, the coOt~rk tions amountilng to about £2. golf stick;'ldonated "by laIr. Yout was also 'sold fdi i'that...
Poultry Association. (To the Editor of "The News.") [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 August 1917
Poultry Association. (To the Editor of "The News.") Sir,-I was glad to learn from the last week's issue of the " News" of the formation of a poultry association, and I would like to suggest that such an asso ciation h-as for one of its` objects the guaranteeing to the public of a genuine stamp of poultry. Possibly this will be bcst understood by relating my experi ence. I was tempted by an advertise ment appearing in the " News" of choice thlite leghorn chicks for sale. The strain was a well advertised one, but to the un informed was probibly orily a catch. I put chased 15 chicks; five were lost in rearing; of the ten left seven turned out to* he iosers. I was priding myself on thinuslng at least I could easily excbange s well-bred coekerel for a pullet. The hons have. now been laying six Wveeks. T1te eggs are the size of bautoms' eggs; onueordinary egg would .at least make two of theth. The cotikerels are mhiser tblc, jaded looking things, only fit for potting.> NIw, sir, 'I ani...
BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 August 1917
BIOY SCOUTS. The Ivanhoe Troop met as usual on Saturday at the troopyroom, in charge of Scodtmaster Wilson, 19 scouts being on parade. The first part of the afternoon. was set aside for ambulance wdrk. Foot lball followed, then d .game;of attack and defnce.. On Tuesday tie FirstColling wood hroop and Girl GUides held a so cial evening at the Melbourni City Mis sion Hall, Collingwood, at which a tair audinslcewas preset. An excellent pro grumme was pirovided by the scouts, Girl Guidesi and fiends. Scout E: Johnson who reiresented the First Ivan hoe Triolo gave a recitation entitled '! The Fall of D'Assas." A bugler, with drummer rendered " The Last Post.' The scouts also gave a demonstration of their new treuk carte Ia the interval fruit wasn hanned rouind. At the close of. the evening the National Anthem 'wis: sung, the scouts standiuig at the full salute.
TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 August 1917
£ECHNMAL SCHOOL. TIke news that the Governmenit has dc cided to go on with a teelynical el'lege at Northeote was enthursiastically received by more than 50 delegates from Nortlh: cote, Preston and Heidelberg at the Northeote Town Hall last week. A new association was formed, to be known as the Norttheote *and District Technical School Assoitation. Mr Membrey was instrumental in getting the Government to adhere to the site originally selected at Westgarth, while credit is due to Mr if; Wallis (Ivanhoe) and the delegates from this shire who said they would have that site or none at all, on account of its proximity to the station.
National Federation. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, AUGUST 4. National Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 August 1917
The News. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, AUGUST 4. National Federation. Now that the above organisation has decided to take a hand in State politics it will be brought before the public a good deal during the next few months. The purposes of the National Federation are: "To sup- ort and assist those men and par- ties who are prepared to unite upon a common platform for the winning of the war and the maintenance of Empire solidarity, an effective re- patriation scheme, responsible go- vernment, the settlement of disputes by conciliation and arbitration, up- holding the white Australia policy, and the organisation and develop- ment of Australian national resources and the ensuring of absolute free trade within the Commonwealth." These are indeed great aims, and the first one — the winning of the war — is the greatest, which is tantamount to co-operating with the Win-the- war Party, and if it can assist or shake it up it will have accomplish- ed something, for already the p...
Heidelberg Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 6. (Before Messrs Macleod, Smart, Carruthers and Jones, J.P. s). [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 August 1917
Heidelberg Police Court. MONDAY, AUGUST 6. (Before Messrs Macleod, Smart, Car ruthers and Jones, J.P. s). G. S. Politz was fined 40/ for failing to have his child vaccinated. George Bransgrove, cab driver, w:as charged with using obscene language in Cape-street, Heidelberg, on Sunday, Jnly 1. The case was proved by :on: stable Costello, and defendant fined £5.:: The Fairfield police proceeded against? a number of people for riding bicycles without a light, and the following were each fined 6/ and 2/6 costs :-E. Edbert, U. Stewart, J. Croft, E. Pollard, G. Doig, G. L. King, W. R. Bryning, and J. Toy, all being first offenders.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 August 1917
.CANTED. --Young Girl for.dairy pro duce shop.-TODID Ivanhoe; -TANTED.-Girl to assist housework, VV' mornings only. Apply 148 Vater dale-road, Ivanhoe. : ' VTfANTED.-Broody Hens.-M. L. C. : V RUSRALL, Youngstreet, Ivanhoe; T1OR SALE.-- Nice Jersey. Cow: just; ..' calved, •suit private. f'mily. - F. 'JAMES, Altoia-street, Heidelberg. " T OST.--On Saturdy last black, tan and *?white Fox :Terrier; reward. 195 Waterdale-road, Ivanho. 1',USCOVIE Duck Eggs for hatching, IL. £l 100 or 3/ setting.--A BLUNDY, Cr. Waterdale-road & Altona-st, Heidelberg. NTATIONAL UTILITY. POULTRY BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION.:. ELTHAMT BRANCHII. FIRST ANNUAL SHOW, ' Will be lhold ii th • RECHABITE HALL, ELTHAMI, On SATURDAY (to-day), AUGUST.11th, At ..- 12 o'clock noon. :Judgcs-?liessrs J; C. Nickelborough and J. B. Bradley. I Lecture at 8 p.m. by S. Burscomb, Esq. SInitending members are' invited to com municiate with . . E M IORRIS, -: :Secretary, Arthur-street, Eltham. OT. -JOHN'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND, K ,, ...
Fairfield Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 August 1917
Fairfield Red Cross Thc official anniual meeting of the above spciety, to receive repoirts and elect office-bearers for the ensuing year," was held in the worksliop (Messrs -Newnham aand Sons). :on Monday evening last, about twenty five members being present, also hall a dozen ladies who are. interested in tlic s6ciety as.. collectors .arid sulb sciibers. . Cr. Coate; piresidenlt of the society,; w;as .iin the chair. The vice-piZesident, Re\v.. J. \Worboys, was also present. The minutes of the last annual meeting wvere\ read andI. confirmed. The secretary submittted a repoitt for the year, together iwith a balance sheet; then followed the electioni of office-bearers. Votcs of thaniks were given. to the retiring .. dffi'cers.: who were practically ..all re-elected, also to .fessrs: Newithama & Son for the generous way iiin hich they had al lowed their workshop to be placed at the disposal of the society, to Messrs. iLax.reniceaand. Hansen foi- tlhe use of the motor, :the :Hei...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 August 1917
, ED CROSS SOCIE:TY. The above branch held: their mtu nual nmeeting on July %: . The follow ing is their half-yearly st.atciment for six monthlis ending Juine 30, 1,17, ": Receipts: -January i-To balancc .in bank, £8/1o/9; balance in hand, 2/1; niembers' .shbicriptions, £S/11/; donations; 6/6; sale - of :badges, £1./4/-; sale: of boo1ks. , nd papei, 4/3; legacy, .W.: Yung, £15/0/2; net proceeds; afternoon tea at Shlow, March 1917, .£15l/13/4; :inteest to 90/6/l7, 10/10_?£0/11/1.. Expendi ture1By iwool £21/3/S; .flanncl; £1J.//-; wadding, etc., l/l18s/ll; badges, 18/- Red Cross labels £2/2/6;-: sunii ries, 13/10; pett, casli; 7/2½; balance in. bank? £28/4/7; in hand, £t/10/2--£70/l1/il. R. H-. James, R.. M. Finlay. It \vwas received and adopted.: Mrs. Finlay "was re-elected as pre sident, M\rs. Paul as treasuirer, and Miss Leach as secretary, for the en suing year. SThe following articles were made allnd provided lduring the six monthis: --11 rolls lincen, .2 surgical towels, 1 pjyja...
DIAMOND CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 August 1917
DIAMOND CREEK ;j:The?i Dianto'fd Creek Progress So ciety- held its :annual meetin g oni July 4 1heT b?lance sheet ;sshowing r·a cedit b calanee of £109/97 7,was adopted Mr Bit Rose was re- elctdd presidetiand MrB CE. Le-ach ec retary an treasurer The ?niil??ieting of.: the. sulb-1 s'cribeis tio thlie Diaimonid:5 Creek .Re: ereation Reserve a was held?: in Jul y So'l hThe! li!aince-Glheet, slowiig a debt owifinig to: tlie hanlk-b of g£(108//?'/ and £2i/13.5/-/ oi~ntnd;, was recei?cd ainld? adoplied. Theaitssets .wer .~ ali'ed ait '5a0: Mr,-. Ti Alstoni :wfias-: re: elected as p:iiresideint and .i r E : G Leach :as:secdiretaryi .'adtreiasture r fori the enisu ,iig: telvelce imotlhsl .:The fol, lowing icoimmittee w,?a:1is ele ted :iiin addition to tthlie trustees anid -:guaran-· tors :Messrs.! Hz /Alston,,R. M 'Fili lay? G ,·Gddfrey,'S J.ondas, and S. i: On- Saturid Jii.l.ly 1. a ,ib 1 du t 0:0 retuirned. sick ::and o?ouiided" soldiers were :eniteirtaiiled by b the local .-Red Cross an...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 August 1917
wAFKINS On the 0th Au$ost, 'it hc residence; 84 Da~vis-?s?re;et,;·e w; COliris?i??~ Florcuce, the deirly beloved swife of PFod crick, 'id devotcd iio'6hr ol.F Fcda?yi Fldor once and Alice (Betty) eldi.t dauglie t of Elizabcth ? nd ::t he 1at J?~ines S Gillespidi: 'Heidelberg ' innd loving sister of Wil?: Id?i: ,nd Robbie (A;I.F ,~abroad); aiftc.longil noss.e No flowers, by:requesti er0 se'tw her suffeting dia y by day, It :caused us bitter grief, To sed her Slowly pine awy, And could riot give relief.
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 August 1917
Thne OWs.' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, AUGUST 11. TOPICS OF .THE WEEK. FAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. The Fairfield Rifle Club held their .wdekly shoot last Saturday--30p yards. There were r.17 medibei'~ present: tP hey fired the final of the :Nicholson trophy. (handicap), 8 shots and f2 sighters, :asd the first stage'.'of the .V.R.A. medal (sratch), 15 shots, 2 sigliters. The best scores were --HI Reidlo, 36-9:10 H :: II. IHyslop, 33-8-0; 80 . -Fry 3i-34;10 A. Ramsden, 36,-40; . F. Smithi 36-4$; 409- W. Plowman; 30-10-40; ?R.. Ford, 30-10 10 ;T. Pettit, 36--39; G. Alnder-n ·son, 31-44-38; H. Orr, -33-1 37 .: F Smith;.withi- the possible score (120) was thewinner of :the hicholson trophy with Au Ramsden 117 aud -L Orr:117 running close up- The' first day's scores .or thie V.R.A. medal oere T. Pettit 68,; F.. Smith 67, ?. Ramsdean::: 66,;.V; : Fry 65, W. Plowmani 62, -G. Anderson 62,, f. Orr 60, H. Hyslop '60, a.'idu the - ai?mitin's valet 59.
[?]ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 August 1917
ELTHAM SHIRE OUNCIL . SIMONTLY MEETING ? h co;lcillors imet in the Coun-: The aers, angaroo Grounds, on.i Chambrst Present-Crs.- Taylor 1nd et .\ Morris, Murray (South resdciil a Mann, White (Northli :ding) Bat, Hulbard,- Snelley East riding)- ; :: - Council Chambers. -.: .i;. 're president said that:- he-wished Sgat plate the councillors ,;on: ab cong" ta eet in a lbuildini. of citg ai ad he was pleasod -to teir . I".'lege of being the: first are the 1 er l tem. He ctisidered S"resie blanl for having the Count SWaters in Kangaroo. Grounds, 1 rse they " ould have beeih at rr en or Panton Hill. Froni his arar nen into the Counicil he sav. ltle.cessi ty , or " aI IIIJUm-m -vi ; ucr; c esp clly for thue useof the a, Cspeciad the whole has ýbeen cre~t a cost of £350. If it should, 3ne t obe his (Cr. Taylor's) last ?Pn hie was thankful! he, was etting, tem all in comfortable avcing Tate cuncillors hitherto met in the The dinin-room, and the, secre-:' atei ofice was in another bu6ilding C...
IVANHOE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 August 1917
IVANHOE SCHOOL : CONCERT. When the British Red Cross appealed to Australiafor assistance, the pupils of the Ivanhoe school, like the children-at tending all the other schools, resolved to help. A concert was arranged, but ow ing to many of the chief performers be ing laid aside by mumps, it had'to be postponed: The upper grade children,' impatient at the delay, decided, with the permission oE the head teacher, to hold a bazaar. This was held about a month ago, and realised nearly £14; Oni Thurs day, August 2, the lower school, undei 'Miss:Mumby, assisted by the RoyalI Aus tralian Pierrots, supplemented this effort by giving an entertainment in the Ivan hoe hall. The. children .gave a one-act operetta, "I:M S.' Alphabet,' and the way they acquitted themselves upheld Miss Mumby's reputatioa is a' very capable instructress. A large :boat in full sail and gay .withbunting, and crowded with naval ofliceis, sailors and their "sisters, cousins and aunts," made a very. pretty: piciure, and,...