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THE UNEMPLOYED QUESTION. GOVERNMENT RELIEF SCHEME. DISCUSSED BY HEIDELBERG SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
THE UNEMPLOYED QUESTION. GDVERNiMENT RELIEF SCHEME, DISCUSSED BY HEIDELBERG SHIRE At Tuesday's meeting of the Heidel berg shire council Cr Rank drew atten tion to last week's conference amongst municipalities, at which the position caused by the drought and the war was discussed. It behoves this council, said Cr Rank, to find as much work as pos .sible for the unemployed. The Govern ment was putting £25,000 into a scheme for the beautification of the Yarra, and wanted the co-operation of municipalities. lew had agreed to speid £250 a year on the scheme, and 14e mqved that Heidelberg shire do likewise. Cr Ball seconded the motion, and said that the shire would soon get the money back in rates. The scheme would prove a benefit to Heidelberg, and right along to Fairfield, where the outer circle bridge is taken in. Cr Stobie said he was not going to pledge himself to a scheme about which he knew aothing. Plans should be sub mitted to each individual councillor. Cr Stone agreed with the ...
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
P~AIRBPIELD BOWLING CLUB. Playing at South Melbourne on Batur day Fairfield A were badly beaten, Burston's rink just managed to win by one point only. Scores S.MI.C.C. 1, Foster, Major, Kemp, Day...... 50 2. Rainer, Windley, Stubbs, Crockford 24 3. Lewis, Purser, Thackwray, Stanhope 33 4. Cooper, Cooper, Alkemade, Cooper 40 Total ... ....... ... 147 FAIRFIELD. 1. Mar~tin, Kimpton, Cartledgo, Butchor 4 2. Barko, Bacon, Linegar, Burston ... 25 3. L?Iasurier, Crabb, Joske, Guerrero 10 4. Alexander, Emery, Clay, Kelton .., 14 Total ........ ... 59 - .Meetisg the-Princes -Parloteam-on the latter's green on Saturday, Fairfield C were defeated by 26 points. Scores PRINCES PARK. 1. Sommers, Beckerly, Dawson, Johnson27 2. Wilson, Robortson, Gearing, Clarkson 23 3. Simmonds, Carrio, Wilson, Arthur 29 Total ... ... ...... 79 FAIRFIELD. 3. Stainsby, Jones, Tyler, Besley ... 16 1, Trevena, Hampstead, Sibthorpe, BIcLaren ... .. .. 18 2. Jenkins, Thraves, Rosnman, Brewer. 19 Total ... .... ... F, ...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
PITH AND POINT. Hattam's offerilng- symbolising "Good gill to all "-takes the form of- a general ill-round reduction in prices, as the lines liaoted in their advt. indicate. It is on iage 3S SYou are all invited to Iattam's this nonth for a look round. Evervwhere are good gifts at low prices--a veritable 'Father mnas land." * iThe lowness of the prices at Hattam's niekcs it impossible for you NOT to select vhbateverc gifts you need there. In fact, the gfts are " gifts" to you as well as from A band lpronsienade co~cert will be held iltho Fairfield reserve this eveging. fYou can, with a good grace, ask for ilsertion of a report of a public event, vhen the Newspaper Has Done the .Anting. Too many folk act t'other Fiy-give the other fellow the print ir4 and ak ·the paper man to spend m-hey writing and publishing a report. I
IVANHOE C. v MORELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
IVANHOE C. v MIORELAND. Ivanhoe C. team has to thank David son's rink for their victory over More land. Both Bysouth's and Maggs' rinks were defeated, but Davidson's win against Bridgeland was so substantial that Ivan hoe were returned victors by 8. Scores: IVANHOE. 1. Ford, Lewis, Stroud, Davidsoi ... 35 2. Eades, Knorr, Whiffin, Bysouth . . 22 3. Wallis, Davey, Baird, MIaggs ... 22 Total ... ... ... ... 79 MIORELAND. 1. Dean, BloMfurtrie, Inkes, Bridgeland ii 2. Frazer, Wright, Hardy, Tootell ... 86 83, Ross, Regan, Sewell, Roberts ... 24 Total ... ... ... .... 71
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. TWO MATCHES WON BY IVANHOF. (By Sir Francis.) [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. TWO MATCHES WON BY IVANHOF. (By Sir Francis.) There was a brave show on the Ivan hoe green on Saturday, all the rinks being occupied, when the B team met the Camberwell contingent and the C division played Moreland. Curiously enough, in former matches against these clubs Ivanhoe lost by small majorities. Our teams played in real good form on their own heath and won both matches. I know, Mr Editor, you are very'hardly pressed for space this week, so I must be brief. Dr Adam, after a bad start against Bailheche, made a rare good recovery and was returned a winner by six. Oakes' rink generally had the advantage against Gunner's rink, Oakes winning by nine. The star rink was Barstow's, and they simply outplayed Willis' rink, and were winners by 20. King had a strong attack against him by McGregor's rink, and at one stage were 14 points down. Eventually lcGregor, who was the only winner for Camberwell, finished 10 up against King. King had an un lu...
IVANHOE SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
IVANHOE SWIMMING CLUB. At a committee meeting of the above club held at IMr W. Freeman's residence on WVrednesday evening last, it was unanimously decided to proceed-to erect a new dressing shed as soon as possible, Owing to the presentinadequate azcomo dation it was felt necessary to build this additional shed, more particularly as the number of lady members has greatly in creased. The present shed will be given to the ladies as their dressing shed, while the new one, which will be larger, will be for the accommodation of male members. It was then decided that Boking Day be fixed as the day on which to erect the shed, and, as it will be built by a working bee (as the previous one was), the club would especially welcome members and intending members who could give practical help on that day,
A.W.N.L. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
A.WN.L. The final committee meeting for the year of the Heidelberg branch of the Australian Women's National League was held on Tuesday last, when seven new members were added to the branch. The appeal of the president.(Mrs P. G. Hughes) for funds to provide a motor ambulance for our sick and wounded soldiers was placed before the committee and it was decided to ask the members of the branch in Ivanhoe and Heidelberg to contribute to the movement. The Alphington members: .have cont~ibuted. £6 7s 3d.: ~dthwitdst'a-difl~ge-~i'nafly calls upon the members of late, the com mittee feels sure that each one will en deavor to give something, however small, tomwards the effort to help our men who have gone to give their lives for "God and Country." Donations will be grate fully-received by any member of the committee, the hon. treasurer (Miss Morley), and the hon. secretary (Mrs Metzner).
IVANHOE v ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
IVANHOE v ALPHINGTON. Alphington journeyed to Ivanhoe last :8Saturday to do battle against the con q: iuorers of Heidelberg, and .they fought S to such good purpose that they are now ii an exceptionally strong position. The home team batted first and were disposed .of for 85, J. McDonald, G. Fox, and J. i: McKeown being the double-figure :: · scorers. With the loss of two wickets, :-, Alphington have topped that score, and S:E. Hughes, 34, and G. Pitchqr, 46, are 'i tth undefeated. - i Thefollowing are the scores IVANHOE. G. Fox, b Burrows... .. ... 26 :' .Arthur Fox, c, b Burrows... ... 0 SJ. McDonald, not out ...... 29 E. Ashby, run out...... ... . S A. Graham, c, b Hughes ... 3 F. Bryant, run out .... ... 1 J. McKeown, b Hicks .. ... 13 : G. BaBird, c, b Burrows ... ... 2 J. Barry, b Ford .... ... ..4 , : E. Berkley, st;, b Hicks ... ... O W. Ladner, c, b Burrows. 2... 2 Sundries... ... ....... 5 Total... ... . :.. s6 Bowling: Burrows, 4 for 37 Hicks, 2 for 36; Hughes, 1 for 2; F...
CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
S CRICKET. :, HEIDELBERG IASSOCIATION. . The chief interest in Saturday's games centres in the fact that Alphington ap pear likely to gain a victory over Ivan : ,hoe, who in the previous round beat the hitherto undefeated Heidelberg team. Tenmplestowe A are leading in their miatch against Fairfield, and Heidelberg satill hold the wickets against Temple s . towe B. - ?TEMPLESTOWE B v HEIDELBERG. :: The above match was commenced at * remplestowe on Saturday. The visitors *. had first use of the wickets, which they o: ccupied all the afternoon in scoring : 265. Of this total Bond contributed 145niot out, and L. May 62. The home . team will commence their up.hill fight to-day. Th::: ??i? following are the scores HEIDELBERG.I : M?? '.Iay, b Shearhan ... .. 11 G. Ifaling, b Sheahan ...... 2 . :W.-Bond,-not out ...... ... 145 i. Mfay, bSheaian ... ... 52 G. Proctor, b Rhodes ....... O S W. Duxon, c Paroissien, b Fit~z simons ... ... ... ... 12 :::-:. 4. Cooper, b Fitzsimons ... ... O H. Ha...
FIRST AID CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
FIRST AID CLASSES. An examination of the menibers of the Alphingtdn sub-centre of the first aid classes was held recently and results have just come to hand. Eighteen ladies were examined on their knowledge of first aid, and 14 were successful in pass ing. On Wednesday last, at the resi dence of Mrs T. Adams, Dr Griffiths, the lecturer, presented iMrs Adams with a pair of vases as a token of appreciation from the members of her kindness in allowing the use of a room for lectures.
FAIRFIELD v TEMPLESTOWE A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
FAIRFIELD v TEMIPLESTOWE A. The above match was commenced on the Alphington ground on Saturday, owing to the Fairfield ground being re. quired for the carnival. Fairfield batted '- "bowlng of L. Fitzsimons, who secured 5 for 9. Templestowe had lost 5,for 130 when stumps were drawn, E. Sheahan 25, and J. Sheahan 32, being the not-out men. The following are the scores: PAIRFIELD. C. Easey, thrown out ... ... 1 "J. Shechy, c Hodgson, b Rasmussen 5 B Classon, b Hodgson ... ... 3 :- A. Jenkins, b Heodgson ... ... 15 F. Knevitt, 1.b.w., b Hodgson ... 4 J. Murphy, b FitLisimons ... . 0 '' "A. M1ounsey, b Fitzsimons .. 2 : :: .Richmond, c and b Fitasimons 10 : . W.Phillips, not out? ... ... -10 -A. Perry, bFitzsimons ... : ;.. : 1 . H: Cartledge, c and b Fitzsimons 0 Sundries .... ... ... .. 1 S.: Total ... ... .... .... 52 I:::: :Bowling :-Fitzsimons, 5 for 9&lt;; Hodg" son, 8 for 22: Rasmussen; 1 for :10; Chi vers, 0 fer 9. - TE1IPLESTOvWE A.l. S L. Beale, c and h Perry . .. 7 L. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
GO TO MISS PARKER COSTU IIERE, -HEIDELBERG ROAD, IrANHOE AT EMERY'S DRAPERY ESTABLISH MIENT To have your Summer Frock MIade. SAINTY Fashions, Correct Styles, and Good Workmanship. Miss (iertrude Garruthers D.MS&.V. ...... VIOLIN, HARMONY, & THEORY Pupils prepared for Examinations. Terms, &c., " Wangarra," Heidelberg-road IVANHOE. COOERWULL SCHOOL ANDLKINDERGARTEN, HEIDELBERGoROAD, IVANHOE, FOR BOYS AND GIRLS PaIcsPAL-MISS FRANCES LOWE, assisted by a staff of secondary primary teachers. Advanced Music MISS STOKES Elocution .. MISS MAcKAY Drawing ... MISS GREGORY Physical Culture PROF. BJELKE-PETERSON. ...9 MISS HYAMS Kindergarten. Miss Hyams Dancing Tuesday afternoon at 3.30, and Friday evenings.at 7.30. SSchool Reassembles September 15th. VACANCIES FOR BOARDERS. KING'S COLLEGE, CLIFTON HILL HEALTHY, HIGH SITUATION, ROOMS LOFTY & WELL-VENTJLATED PREMISES AND SURROUNDING BUILDING SEWERED. The School Curriculum includes Arithmetic Algebra, Geometery, Lat...
ALPHINGTON B v BALACLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 19 December 1914
ALPHJINCTON B y BALACLAVA,. " The above,match was commenced last Saturday. Alphington made 40 runs, Sand Balaclava have lost 8 for 97. The match will be concluded to-day. I:.The following are the scores ALPHINGTON. -Biddiscombce, b Allan 5. 5 L. Wcllc, b Al!lan ... ... .. O H. . Grcnncs, b Ad~amson ... ... 5 :": E.i Putland, b Allan ... '?. 1 . : . Barnes, c, b Adinison ... -.: .I7:: .:o'. -ahnson, a b Adamson ... - 7.:.7 .C Hollow;lb Allan ... - ' night, bI Allan ... ... ... ·? O - .Vill luing, run out... FT -.-. .1 L.; Curlinc, b Adamson i.:..??7i ?,7,' 1P->; . trick, not out .. .. 1 Sundries ... ...... . . 5 Total... ... ... .... 40 : l:: .owling;-Allan, 5 for 18: Adamson, 4 '-·:,:.or 17. . or- "7 . BALACLAVA.. I lis, b Barnes .". .. 25 .Graham, c, b Biddiscnmbe ,,, 32 ;:.'?. . ,, t- '-,. ,. .:. , , Moore, o, b Barnes... ..... 4 Mlaginnis, not out ... ... ... Adamson, c, b Barnes .......0 "Smith, b Biddiscombe ... . 0 Allan, c, b Barnes ... 4 Stewart, c, b Weller ... . 2 Langt...
COREEN SCHOOL CONCERT. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
COREEN SCHOOL CONCERT. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. The Recreation Hall, Heidelberg, was well filled with happy-looking parents of happy, healthy-looking children, on Tuesday evening, 13th December. The programme opened with a pianoforte.duet by Miss 'exie Fraser and Miss Thoni. The little mite played her part very well. Then followed an action song, " Girls from Japan," by the senior girls, and they are to be congratulated upon the way they posed and .fluttered their fails, as to the Japanese manner born, Miss Marjorie Rollason being noticeably graceful in this. "Gay and Happy as a King" (are kings happy, by the bye) was the next, by the Kindergar ten, very brightly sung and acted, Master Jack Davies being the "gay and happy" porter on duty; and he did his task in a truly porter-like style. A dialogue between Miss Adele Harrison and Miss Lesley Rudd followed, entitled "Poppy and Daisy," in which each little maid brought out the characteristics of the flowers in a most amusing way, and r...
HEIDELBERG STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
HEIDELBERG STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. This function, perhaps the most popular of the annual Christmas treats in Heidelberg, lost nothing of ifs, popularity this year. By eight o'clock the chairman (Rev. A. Hardie) found himself adressing ah"audieiice i.l. filled the' hall from the stage to the door. He explained that, as the oldest member of the school com mittee, he had been asked by its chairman, Dr. King, to preside in his unavoidable absence. Mr. Hardie wetif on to refer to the excellent work accomplished by the committee during the year, and urged those pre sent to support the I-eidelberg Swimn 'The programme opened with two songs by the juniors, rendered with that absence of self-consciousness which is the chief charm of children's performances, though the songs them .selves were decidedly well reniered. Rod exercises .y the 5enipo girls, and ribbpn drill by the juniors, followed, and.both exercises were gone through with a verve and precision which argued careful training. Next ca...
THE. HON. J. G. MEMBREY. ENTERTAINED AT NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
THE. HON. J. G. MEMBREY. ENTERTAINED AT NORTHCOTE. At the Northcote Town Hall on Thursday night Mr. J. G. Membrey was entertained by his Jika Jika cdn stituents, in celebration of the victory gained at the recent State elections. There was a' large and_ representa tive gathering of both sexes present to do honour to their esteemed mem ber, and, in the absence of the mayor (Cr. Tharratt), who was engaged at another public function, Cr. J. P. Howe (Preston), chairman of the general election committee, presided. Apologies were received from the Premier and Mr. S. Mauger, and a most acceptable- musical programme was contributed to by Miss Ruby Groves, Miss Ruby Bond, Messrs. McLeish, Trevena, Reece, Vaude and Verne, with Mr. H. H. Hansen at the piano. The Hon. T. Hagelthorn, Minister of Public Works, said that it was generally- recognised that Mr. Mem brey was the most energetic of alL members in looking after the require ments of "his constituency. So per sistent was he in unduly press...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
Quality at Moderate Prices. That's the keynlote of Wardrop's Tailoring and MIercery. If it ap peals to you, you are certain to be plea~e .when you mak9t Wa?drop your ~aiior ann. uvtt er. Bamples of newest Suitings post free on re quest, Corner Smith and Johnson Streets, Collingwood and at Elizabeth-st,, opposite G,PO,, Melbourne. I I . : 88 ___ Will the Cut be Right, tooP DERHAPs you haven't given that important aspect consideratiou. Too many men, i alas, paty little or no heed t'o the cutting oj their suits. They consider quality ?nad as on ozm ~ e la osu criticztoh " n " • o• • o - ' ashion of material most critically, but tho all-important-thc vital point-ils?s i~ over. A badly.cut suit made of the world's bost woollons will never give ?atisiac6ion to men who are particular. Heroe you are assured of quality and stle o llabterial, and--quality and ltjyl plus skilled cutting. Bkilled cutting and faultless quality materi ls, combised Siwith keon desire to give you absoluto satisfact...