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SCOTS' CHURCH, HEIDELBERG. SEVENTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

SCOTS' CHURCH, HEIDELBERG. SEVENTY-FIRST ANNIVER SARY. 71st anniversary last Sabbath with special services. There are still two I or three persons in the:district who i can recall the early services in the barn at Bulleen. The first church after the most plainest form was built at the foot of the village with bricks made from clay found on what is now Mr. Keam's farm. The second church was built during the ministry of the Rev. McDonald, and is a hand-. some brick church. Last year a chan cel was added, and a beautiful oak pulpit, and the seats in the church rearranged, and the chancel and the aisles carpeted. What a contrast to the early services in the barn, with boards placed on wheat bags for seats, and a big churn carefully cover ed for a reading desk. To-day the Presbyterians of Heidelberg-are reap-. ing the benefit of the pioneers' devo tion and sacrifice. The morning service was conducted by the Rev. Alex. McCarlie. He gave an excellent address, first to the child ren, and th...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

BOWLS. Reports of the various bowling matches have not come to hand, but we uuder stand that both Fairfield teams and the Ivanhoe B team were defeated, while Ivanhoe C won their match.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG M.U. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

HEIDELBERG M.JU. The financial meeting of the Heidel. berg branch of the Manchester Unity Oddfellows was held in the Sir Henry Barkly Hall on Monday, December 7th, a very large proportion of the members being present. The auditors (Bros. Hart and Mitchel), in presentiqg their report, complimented the lodge on the s~pldndid progress made during the year; as, ac cording to the balance sheet, it has proved to boone of the most flourishing years of the lodge's existence. The auditors also spoke very highly of the manner in which the secretary (Bro, Van) had kept the books. The sick and funeral fund now amounts to £350 1s, the greater portion of which is invested and bearing good interest. Duriig 4the year £160 was distributed in sick pay, while £40 was paid in funeral benefits. The Management Fund showed a bal ance of £9. The membership of the lodge is increasing by leaps and bounds. The oficcrs for the ensuing term are as follow: Grand gast~ir, Bro. Jesse Uooper, P.G.; nobole grand, ;J...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

ROBBERY. The residence of 1Mr R. W. Kennedy in Lower Heidelberg Rload was entered by thieves on Friday evening last, on the eve of the family's departure for M1acedon. The extent of the loss' has not been fully ascertained, although a onew pair of'boots, a new siut of clothes, and various provisionI are missing.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FAIRFIELD ANGLERS' CLUB. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

FAIRFIELD ANGLERS' CLUB. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. The final meeting for the year of the above was heldat the club-rooms, on Thursday evening last. Owing to the unavoidable absence of President Le Masurier, Mr. H. Hyslop (vice president) presided, and,.after the or dinary business had concluded, Mr. Hyslop handed over the trophies won by members at the social evenings'of the club. The following received prizes: - Billiard Tournament: P. Halfpenny, senr., who won from scratch. Consolation Billiards: W. Fiddyment. Xmas Cribbage Tour ney: H. Reidle, 1; A. Nye, 2; E. Jen kins, 3; H. Hannerley, 4. Additional trophies, under sealed conditions, were won by H. Bradshaw and A. Peacock. Xmas Euchre Tourney: W. Bolger, 1; E. Jenkins, 2; R. Knight, 3; A. Reynolds, 4; Geo. Harris, 5. Additional trophies were won by R. Sharpe, W. Alford .and W. Fiddy ment. The donors were Councillor J. Coate, Messrs. H. Hyslop, W. Lt Masurier, W. Fiddyment, A. Bentley, W. Millyard, J. H. Dowdle, J. Faull, J. Roge...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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WAR AND AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

WAR AND AUSTRIALIANS. The January "Everylady's Journal" contains an article on. how the war is alfecting Australians abroad, and states that no ono.returned to the normal more quickly than the Australian. A number of other articles go. to mako up a first. rate issue.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Australians at the Front. BOYS, WELL NOT FORGET YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

AUstpaliaIi at the Front. bOYS, WE'LL NOT EORGET YOU! boys, wde parted with you sadly, Though the Empire needs you badly To help to keep the dear QLD FLAG on high. .o you re going to the front, To share and bear the brunt, Willing to defend, to do, or die. Oh! boys, we'll not forget. you--never -no! In our hearts we are ever with you, far away, Praying for you always, night .n. day. Wherever you rpay go., forget you Fod you are in our hearts though you are far away. You will be in our hopes and fears, In our prayers and in our tears, Even where schrapnel rises with a scream! Yes, we'll think of you in the front, Where you share and bear the brunt, As the bayonety in the battle clash We will yearn for you to come, And to know your work is done; We'll clasp and kiss our brave boys o'er and o'er, Tallig us stories from the front, Where you went to share the brunt, Till the nations make a lasting peace once more, WILLIAM WVALIRON, Station-street, Fairfield Park. Melbourne,-Vic., Decembe...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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OUR SOLDIERS' GREETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

OUR SOLDIERS' GREETING. We have received a letter from R. O. Stiles, who was one of the number from this disotrict to join t~he first oepedition ary force. Ie"w;rite? frcm rne of the troopships, and asks us to wish the com 1aztuonts of the .eason to the people of Heidelberg, onl behalf of the soldiers from this distrist, ~hoa, he says, are all well.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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A SHORT STORY. (IN FOUR PARTS.) (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

I SHORT STORY,. (Ia POUR PARTs.) f : . ?1Rights RerSrviCd PARTED, ._ BOSETA: GRACE SPEAR IIK{G.: . IU'tfor of "'-A Woman's Crimes," - !;lrissa'w Revenge," -'My Dead S.y. Foe," &c. -PART I. .'As Edgat Huntingfon was anriv S.- afig homeward one evening he sud cdenly discovered a girlish form ly ttg in a senseless heap by the road side. Reining up his horse, he alighted from the gig, and ap proached her. SFor several minutes he waited S- for some signs of returning con .- chafe her cold and almost lifeless :: : ands. At length a pair of violet ::: yes were uplifted to his, and an almost inarticulate voice murmur ed: ,. •"Where am IP'" Still continuing his efforts to in fuse fresh life into the shapely hands ithat were so deathly white, Hun tington replied: "You are qu.te safe-have no fear.'! - -i--remember now." Though uttered in a musical :voice, the words were spoken with the tone of one re-awakening to some great agony.. The girl gave one frightened glance around, and then f...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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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. ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE. IVANHOE LADIES' FIRST AID CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identit?y ourselves with, the opinion. expressed by our correspondents. ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE. IVANHOE LADIES' FIRST AID CLASS. Sir,-Would you kindly allow me space in your widely circulated paper to congratulate the successful ladies of the Ivanhoe First Aid Class's examination. To the ordinary dis interested person it would not pro bably appeal, but to one whose whole study it is I cannot but say it almost constitutes a record. For a candi date to get much credit they must attain 85 per cent. (marks) out of 100 per cent., and to obtain credit 75 per cent., and for 12 to attain much credit, and 4 credit, out of 18 passes, is something the people of Ivanhoe ought well to be proud of.-I ani, sir,. yours truly, F. W. STEWART.

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THE ELEPHANT'S SPRING CLEANING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

TIHE ELEPHANT'S SPRING CLEANING. - Tamne elephants are said to re quTie a regular spring cleaning,rand it is an xpensive process. The elephant's bath takes a week to. carry out in every detail; it requires the services of three inen,..and it .costs L6o. The first process con sists in going over the immense body with the best soap procurable; Isolb. of soap is used, and the elephant's ears are especially care fully attended to. When the soap ing and drying are completed,..the elephant is well sandpapered, and, after that, rubbed, all-over. with the purest 'Indian oil, till *the mouse grey skin is supple and glistening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914

i Good Printing Executed at I The News Press, LHEIDELBERG ROA'D, IVANHOE ;' .; ? :;T . - r~ . - , M: oderate Pri -es 4000 PEOPLE READ THE NEWS EVERY WEEK. Keen Business Men recognise Sits Value, and are sending their advertisements along. Heidelberg Rd., Ivanhoe DOHERTY & Co. The Johnston Street SDRAPERS - Direct Importers of all Manchester Goods, including Sheetings, Curtains, Rugs, Shirtings, &c. . .I I Sheetings, &c. 7i inchlHerringbn6heiieeting Ioid and Ii1d 54 inch Herringbone Sheeting 8id S and 9)d : 5o' Pieces Flannelette, white or cream, heavy quality, 3½d yard, a2s IId dozen. We have a very heavy stock of Manchester Gfoods,. - including Damask, Table Cloths, Tray Cloths, Runners. Table Damask g9d, Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, .. : d 25` Is id, 2s IIdyd Tray Cloths, colored border, 7Vd, 9d - Bordered Table Cloths Is Gd, Is IId, 2s 6d, 2s IId, wonderful value Nottingham Lace Curtains, 87 in. long, 2s 6d pair Ioo doz. White or Colored Towels, size 38 x zo inches, ...

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A SHORT STORY. (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. Author of "A Woman's Crimes," "Clarissa's Revenge," "My Deadly Foe," &c. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 January 1915

A SHORT STORY,. i(all Rights Reserve~d., PARTED. iBS-ROSETTA GRACE SPEAR ING. A r uthor of "A Woman's Crimes," '.Clarissa's :Revenge," '"My eead ly Foe," &c. PART II. As Carsina Franscome passed up and down the lawn fronting the drawing-room at Woodbine Cot tage,:her thoughts went back to the almost eventless period that had rone by since Edgar Huntington had iound.her. How indescribably happy she had -been during those brief days of p" ?aceful quiet and contentmeat--. S such . days,. it . seemed, as could never again be hers to enjoy. She . knew that it must all end very soon, S and yet how she dreaded the day. . A few mornings later, Edgar had o. ::occasion to go to a village some - fifteen miles away, and Mrs. Hun tington and Carsina were left s?tting together in the prettily furnished drawing-room that S looked out upon the lawn. Their chairs were drawn close up to the open window. There had been a pause, a silence which nei ther seemed inclined to break, but at last the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 January 1915

GENTLEMAN requires bokrd and residence in Ivanhoe. State terms by letter.-J. H, KERR, "Dierehurst," Fairfield Park, H EIDELBERG "Haslett," Rooms to let, with balcony, kitchenette, near Station, hot bath. Telephone 183. NQTICe. FIE Annual Publio Meeting of the Greonsborough0Park will be held- in the anti-room of the Rechabite Hall on January 16th at 8 p.m. Business.-Secretary's Report, Balance Bheet, Election of Committee. W. A. STANTON, Hen. Becretary GreensboroughPark Com mittee. IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON PROGRESS SOCIETY. THE usual Monthly Meeating of the L members of the above Society will be held in the Church of England school room on Monday evening next, January 12th, Members are requested to be present. G. O. YOUREN, Hon. Seo. FAIRFIELD PROGRESS T lHE Monthly Meeting of the above 1 Sooiety will be held in the Fairfield Hall on Tuesday evening next, 11th Jany., 8 p.m. Business:-Park and River Im provements, and General. The society extends a hearty welcome to all residents., 5V. ...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 January 1915

10TES. 'Shis afternoon the B team plays at Kew, arid the C section will be on the Ivanhoe green. The various competitions are being gradually fined down. In the champion ship tourney Dr Adam is still winning and has three victories to his credit, his latest success being against A. Sloane. Anthony Scott had a fine match against Hf. Oakes in the same competition. Oakes went off at a great pace and put up abolit 1~ to I'. 'Scdtt played a gPad uphill game and the finish was-O.akes 31,'Scott 29. 'Some of the new aspirants who have. recently joined the association are show ing really good form, Edmeades playing remarkably well at times. The green has been greatly freshened up with the recent fine rains, but there is still room for improvement of the rinks. A number of trophies were competed for by the ladies of the croruet culu, and were all decided before Olristma?. From now oirward the 'l;owling miem bers will have ilenty of events 'to keep. thei? busy'. As 'soon as theo pensant compet...

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HEIDELBERG v IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 January 1915

HETDELBERG v IVANHOE. The first engagement between.the rep resentatives of Ivanhoe and Heidelberg took place on Boxing Day on the Heidelberg,rinks. The visiting team. were pleasantly surprised at the trans formation the new club has achieved on what looked like a very awkward piece of ground to handle. The green was in fine condition. the late rains having im. proved the rinks considerably. The match was one of three rinks aside, and there was plenty of room, but if all the four rinks had been in use there would have been a semblance of crampness. On the ditch sides, east and west, it was dificult to get green enough, and I saW several bowlo go overboard. However, it proved a very social game, but the Feldelberg players must try and be more punctual, as it was half-past three before a start was made for the 25 ends that were to be played. Ivanhoe proved too strong in two of the rinks, but the Rev. Hardie's four gave Dr Adam's team a real good go. Councillor Bryant and his colleagues...

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BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 January 1915

BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO. CIATION. (By Sir Francis.) I am sorry, Mr Editor, I misread the notice concerning the Christmas publica tion of the "News." and was under the impression that there was no pubhcation that there was to be no publication on December 26th, hence the absence of my usual notes. Th~eB team's last engagement was at Essendon, and a poor exhibition was made by our representatives. In the former match at Ivanhoe they won com fortably, but the Essendon bowlers wiped off the defeat in great style, and were good winners. Dr Adam kept the flag flying, but the other rinks captained by Oakes, J, A. King, and W. Barstow were defeated, the latter particularly so. The C team won their match at Ivan hoe, and are making a capital show in that division. The next team also were winners. A rink from Ivanhoe, captained by Councillbr Fred. Bryant, was invited to the opening of the Heidelberg green, and they were also successfuil. Ivanhoe thus had over 44 players in the field, a...

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CONCERT AT ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 January 1915

CONCERT AT ELTHAM. A very enjoyable concert was given on Saturday, Ilth Dec., under the aus. pices of the local School Committee, to celebrate the closing for Christmas and raise funds for a sewing machine for the school. Mr. Bradbury, the Chairman of the Committee, presided, and the hall was well filled with a thoroughly ap preciative audience. The proceedings, which opened and closed with the National Anthem, comprised some clever sleight of hand tricks by Mr. GeofE Grant, glees by the Glee Club, and some very interesting items by the school children, under the guidance of Miss Dunstan, the "Japanese Fan Song" and the "Dream Man" calling for special mention. During the evening the Chalrman, on behalf of the School Comnmittee, presented Miss Dunstan with a beautiful volume of Shakespeare for her frequent services in aid of the ichooloentertainments, and the school was also presented with a fine clock, also by the Committee. Messrs, Howes, Andrew, and White, and Miss Taylor contribu...

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CATHOLIC SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 January 1915

CATHOLIC .SCHOOL CONCERT. The pupils of St.Monica's School Heidelberg, gave a delightful enter tainment on Saturday,. December x9th, in the local hall, to alarge and enthusiastic audience. The siage was beautifully and tastefully decor ated with gums, bamboos, and other greenery, and at the back was. a large Austrahlian flag and drapery. The music was in the capable hands of Miss Roland, who did her best with a very bad piano, wlhich is a real disgrace to a well known and popular suburb like Heidelberg. The performance reflected the greatest credit on the patient teach. ers-the nuns of the Sisters of Mercy. A long and varied pro gramme was gone through and was well received. "The Japaneae Tea Rouse" was the title of a picture chorus showing a Japanese tea house with Japanese screens, lanterns, and westeria climbing round. A group of little Japanese men sitting on the ground drinking tea, and dainty Geisha girls flitting in and out at tending to them. The song "It's a long way to Tip...

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A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 January 1915

A.N.A. At the last rseetin of the year of the )Heidelbcrg-ivanhoe branch of the Aus tralian Natiies' Association the gnancial statement was placed before members. All fuds shorw .a largoe increas, Atj present the sick flud stands at £1100, and is bearing good interest. .The man agerisment and contingency funds als I show a good credit balance. Fortunately the sick fund had a very small call for sick pay, and that is a splendid adver tisement for the healthy district of Heidelberg shire. The auditors, Messrs 'Morris and Mill, complimented the members on the number of new members and trusted that the coming- half year - ould show as much progress in that direction. Messrs Moylan, C. Hall, J. Simpson, W. Thomas were nominated for membership, and Mr 1. Hall was elected on clearance. It was resolved to assist the met-opolitan committee against f... . nn February 1st, and to make an oficl visit. The president (Mr Will C. Joy) reported having. visi ted the Northcote branch on the occasion ...

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