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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. JIKA JIKA SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 8 September 1917
TCb DCWs. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. TOPICS. OF THE WEEK. SJKAjIKA SEAT. A well-attended meeting of friends and supporters of Cr..Dennis, who is contest ing the seat in the Liberal interest, was held in the Northcote Town Hall on Thursday night, the mayor (Cr. Gray) presiding. The candidate said he thought that under the State preferential system a plurality of candidates would improve the chances of Liberalism against the attack of Labor. Cr. Keam (president of Heidelberg shire council) proposed that the meeting resolve itself into a commit tee to work in the interests of Cr. Den nis. Seconded by Cr. J. Coate (Fair field) and carried.
FAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
SFAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. The Fairfield Rifle Club held their weekly shoot on Saturday at 500. yards-- final of the Fry Trophy (scratch)-18 shots, tryo sighters, and seoind stage of V.R A. Medal, 15 shots, two sighters. The Fry Trophy was won by Lovey Whiffen. 107, with H. Orr and T. Pettit. 106, tying for second place, the shoot-off being won by the latter. The scores for the V.R,A. were, G. Anderson 66, F. Smith, H. Hyslop and T. Pettit 64, H. Orr 63, F. Robinson 61, A. Ramsden 59. There were four possibles in the handi cap shoot, namely, Father 40 (what is the matter with Father ?), Orr 40, Pettit 40, and J. Hood 40 (a new member with much promise.
Baptist Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
Baptist Church Anniversary. The sixth anniversary of the Ivanhoe Baptist Church was celebrated on Sunday, Ith inst., when special services were held in the church. The Rev. W. Holdsworth, M.A. conducted morning worship, and his words were a joy and a gladness to all wor shippers. The preacher has a big place in the hearts of the Ivanhoe people. The evening service was conducted by the pas tor, Rev. J. E. Newnham, B.A., and the evening hour was profitably spent in the knowledge that Christ was "in the mridst." The choir rendered special anthems un der the conductorship of Mr G. Gay, and the anthems were greatly enjoyed. The morning's music consisted of the "To Deum" and '"The Radiant MorIn," and the evening's "'God is a Spirit," sung by a double quartette, ''The Magnificat," and 'Nune Dimittis." The day's worship closed with a Com-r imunion service, when 42 new members were welcomed in aid over 80 nmet around the Lord's Teble. Responses were given bhy members, and the day closed with...
Heidelberg Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
Boerwling Club. (B DRsAW 3' l SHOTr.") tegme of bowls b, Shoulde * ur Natioi is at war, tayed whe ur v ' should an: ineli orian be deprived of-in s. any ible his only source of pleasure in caoes- f sport '?This questi'n the"1ag e nly disCuSsed since the has been ope What might apply to War beganlly does nst apply to st etakes young men to play bet football, hockey. baseball, ici, 'd sad to say. it is generally dosnd and f[olishi that help to kmnake r and the pony gp going. Bowls is a pastime rCsng dulged in by the busy generallYd, or gld, man, as a recre 0iddle-age on' n lo have done stion, and by men w d .,L..,mrki-rdaV world. -heir littleto ive fto but to en Sheir declining days. For this oe there i no game like bowls. he bovier also is, Iventure to as Sa man keenly interested in the ,elfare of his country, and is cer ai doing his share in innumer i anys to win the war. If he en 0urages enlistment, helps in Red ~g dvork, and subscribes to the arious patriotic fuuds. he is doing 11...
Templestowe Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
TempleStowa Ritie Club1 il~embers of tho Tem5platown Rifle 0i havo been eonlpcting for ' trophy dosfli by Mr W; Jokins. It waLsdecidesthut'" stead of the usuil pi'ce of ilalte, etc., t it take the shap' of - W ir Si in"'s Ca cate for first priza' 'nd /6 i' stampii i second prize. Unfortuiatcl', ouly 1h members coomnp'ted on ing to it 8 busy time of the year. The conditionl' the m'atch were ten shots per neIIbEr 200 nsd 400 y'ars, ci bt shotj to cod JFollowin" are the ersults : 200 yds. 400 id Sc. Ep.Tl. Sc.lHp . J. licks'... 1'.. 11' Q80 I (. MIthews ' 32 7 4i0 1 W. Ross... ". I4 C. Adsiui s 31 . 3S 346 1. Munds ...t31 " 33 31 4 Y9 F. Grass... .. . " 6' 3' 3' 6 A. Carrick ..08 5 St 32 5 3' A. Johnston ... 5 6 3'41 BO 64 J. Hunter ...2o532 -822 J. Hicks pro'. ed the winner, ashk reacj the possible and saved one pointof ii dicap. Th cleb will commence a conget to-day over the 400, 40~ q c and coq ,: ranges, for a tioplhy presented bi ) Crolve. 2jembcrs are loolii1g eov wrd toe match w...
To Beauty Home and District. LECTURE ON TREE PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
To Beauty Home and District. TEOITUIE ,: TRlE PLA.NTINq. Mr E, Wallis (of the Agrioultural De artlaeut), whose outhlusias,. for treo Plating is well known, gave an nmtrest g lecture at the montlllv meeting of the iidelberg Progress Association, held st ts tall last week. The.sp)eaker sant a't tree planting deserred the greateid 0nsideration of all those who had the Ilterest o the present anl futltre genera tonat heart It is an ecoomic ques tilaad ranks second to none in civic STree planting is not only a local treea niol affair, and money spent on Splantigs nmo ley well spent, mak ing Godý earth better for tlSis aod gen ,at los tO OIte.The ' -. ets of a city in W '.t . i h'??S 0:.1€, I o the ,. . ... . . . I wral e-- 1ium garauen and tie I .t t tea?y give. Hie instanced Whi)apsttad garden suburbs (Eng d, e a is the admiration of Lona der s, a visit to that suburb affording a livindl relief and pleasure to those treeplin ca gested areas. The value of Steaning is so well recognised in...
ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Heidel berg Bowling Clhb was held in the pvilion on Tuesday evening, Sept. Ith. If the enthusiasm of the meet ing is any indicatiun of the interest to be taken in the club during the coming season. then the president and his officers have every reason to be proud and to feel the club is go log to give a good account of itself. The report for the past year shows the eub to have done good work, thenumberof wins in the V.B. . tournament being apparently satis factory to some, a comparison of the previous year in the C competi tion being quoted; the meeting again decided to enter the B section he fear of being beaten is ever resent with some players. They go the green with that thought up ermost in their minds and wtould he keenly disappointed if they hap ened to win, but as one member entured the suggestion: a little more onfidence and a little more practice vould make history for the club. he balance showed a few shillings o credit. The meetin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
STOPI LOOKI -LISTEN! I F you want Suites Re-upholster ed and Re-covered equal to new you hand them to a practical man. A. WILSON, t.'pholsterer and Art Furnisher, 286 QUEEN'S PARADE, NORTH FITZROY. Is a practical man, and has had 85 years' experience with the best city firms and guarantees satisfaction. Diningroom, Drawingroom, and Bed room Suites, Chesterfield Solas, Basy Chairs, Window and Veranda's Binds to Order. Patterns and esti. mates submitted. Post Cards attend ed to. Please Mention this Paper. WTE do every class of Printing, and do it well. Give us your next order. Bins up Heidelberg 67, and we will call. EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN NEW FLOWER and Vegetable Seeds. Lawn Grass, Lucernes, Clovers, Seed Potatoes, Garden Stakes, Raffia, Petal Soil for Pot Plants, etc. Agents for Bruning's " Incomparable" Seeds, Clifts' Manurial Insecticide, Robinson's Pine Spray, Carmona Fertilizer, Velvus Lawn Sand. EVERYTHING FOR THE POULTRY Thorpe's Laying Mash, Egglh, B',ne Grit, Week-old Chi...
WELCOME—FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
WELCOME-FAREWELL. The Rev. J. Wosloys, at the morning service of the Fairfield Baptist Church on Sunday last, extended a very hearty welcome home to Private R. H. Thomp son, who has been invalided home. Pri vate Thompson had been away on duty two years and six months. About eight months agohe was severely wounded in the leg and, amputation -was neces sary. Mingled feelings .o admiration. and sympathy swayed the congregation as "Bob," as he was- familiarly called, entered the church on his crutches. The welcome was -warm and hearty and was greatly appreciated by the returned sol dier and his parents. At the evening service the pastor presented Lance-Cor poral H. C. Bell, who is leaving shortly for the front, with a very handsome fountain pen, The presentation was made on behalf of the young ladies of the congregation. Mr Worboys took the orppotunity of expressing, on behalf of the congregation, the sense of high es teem in which "Charlie" was held by young and old, and wished him a s...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or Identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. Sir,-I have noticed in several of your recent issues, and a number of train pas sengers often chalt over it, that I was not ganis to contest the Fairfield riding. As a matter of fact. I never said I was going to, hut yonr correspondent " Nulf Saidi! a iid few !' prqiressirv:! members of his pet assorliation had imagined that I was coming out, so they organised their forces to give mc a goorcLdubbing, hut I was not taking any. Although " NeIF Said" talked a lot about it, ihe couldii not get nomiipated, and he then threw in his weight with the asSQciation. hloverer, there will he anotlsor chance next year, and for the bene i't of your correspon dent and IHs little party I mnighlt give him a gentle hint tlim4t the Progress Association is not going to run the show isext year. I realise that it has done good work in many respects, ...
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. (Before Messrs Macleod, Smart and Jones, J.P.'s.) Breach of Railways Act. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. (Before Messrs Macleod, Smart and Joaes, J.P.'s.) Breach of Railways Act. Mrs Bourke appeared to explain why she had not paid the fine and expenses incurred in connection with travelling in the train with an out-of-date ticket from Eltham to (Greensborough, and stated that she had not the money, also object ing to the amonat of costs (12/6). She understood from Constable Rowe that it was not necessary for her to have at tended the court at the time she was Afrst summoned. She earned her living at washing and charring, and her hus band only had occasional work, while they had two children to keep. She had no intention of defrauding the depart ment, but when she went to the office for a ticket there was no one to serve her. The Bench said that she should have attended the court in the first place and given her evidence. The fine and costs could not be altered, the latter being so high on accoust of the trouble the de partment had been pat to. For non payment she ...
FAREWELL AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
FAREWELL AT HEIDELBERG. As evidence of the esteem in which Mr and Mrs Thos. Davis are held by the parishioners of St. John's Catholic Church about 200 persons assembled in the Recreation Hall, Heidelberg, on Tuesday evening to tender them a farewell, their new home being St. Xil da. The Rev. Father McEenna, in one of his happy little speeches, said that anything he could say in praise of Mr and Mrs Davis would fall short of what they deserved. They had always work ed with zeal and extended the greatest kindness and hospitality to everyone. Everything they undertook was success ful because they did not spare them selves, and their work in Red Cross and other matters was equally successful and harmonious. It was his pleasing duty, on behalf of the parish, to present Mr and Mrs Davis with a handsome gift of cutlery, on the case of which was in tho parishioners of St John's, Heidelberg, 1917," and hoped they would live long to mske use of it. " For they. are jolly good fellows" was then...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
PITH AND POINT. Bowling notes by "Sir Francis" are unavoidably held over; also letters and Greensborough Progress Society's re port. The chance of the year is on at Hat tam's end of season winter sale. A concert by married men will be given in the Alphington Methodist Church on Thursday evening next. Messrs Harrison and Andrew, "Kia Ora," Studley-road, Ivanhoe, have cor rugated iron for sale. Mr Bert Hopkins, Ivanhoe, removes, packs and stores furniture, by boat or rail, and caters for picnic parties. The annual \meeting of the Temple stowe rifle club will be held on Tuesday, September 25. Mr William Morton, professor of piano, singing, theory and harmony, in sorts a notice in this issue. The annual meeting of the Ivanhoe cricket club will be held this (Saturday) evening. Messrs Randell and Co. notify that they have taken over Mrs IKettle's ham and beef shop in Heidelberg, and will deliver orders twice a week. A meeting of the friends and support ers of Cr. May will be held at Fairf...
Heldelberg Police Court. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. (Before Cr. Ke[?]m, and Messrs C[?]i Carruehers and Jones, J. P.'s.) Failure to Vaccinate. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
UIelelberg Police Cvurt. MONDAY, SIP CEM 3IER 3. (ISfore Cr. Ie i , and M:ssrs COi is Carruthere and Jo; es, J.P.'s.) Failure to Vaccinate. I. T. Cunningham, John Young, W. 5. McGill, S. J. Howard, and W. Thaler were fined 40s for not having their chil arn vaccinated, their reasons being con asientious ebjections. Excessive Motor Speeds. For travelling at a rate of from 26 to 45 miles an hour the following were fined SO0 with is costs:-Chas. McLellan (costs 14/3), Viacent Orsino (40s), Rogi maid Mytton, Chas. W. Elliott, Chas. T. Kselzwood, Horace Turner, Ceeil Marks, Peroy Miles. The Cheap Jack, Constable Wilckeus v. Leonard Lip man, charged with driving on the foot path at Ivanhoe with his cheap Jack cart. Fined 20s.
SALE OF GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
SALE OF GIFTS. On Saturday afternoon, Sept. 1st., the p"upils of Coreen School, Heidelberg, held a sale of gifts in Scots' Church Hall, in aid of the Ministering Chil dren's League and Cottage by the Sea. The object was a worthy one, and the appeal was well responded to. The children worked well for it, and friends were very kind iq dogating work, cake, sweets, toys and money. The stalls cqo tained a splendid collection of goods. Before business commenced Mrs Harri son, secretary of the League, said a few words about the cottage and its work. The stall-holders were :-Work stall, Misses Thom and Marjorie Rollason, as sisted by Mrs RTllason; cake stall, Misses N. Rudd and M. Reynolds; toy stall, Misses F. Gillies, L. Rudd and A. Harrison; sweets, Misses L. Woolcock and H. Hanuah; hoop-lh, Miss L. Fhon and Masters G. Allard and A. Gillics; attendants at the door, Masters Brookyn Hannah and Edward Chambers. After noon tea was under the supervision of Miss .T. Thoom, who was ably assiste...
STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
STATE SCHOOL. i A very pleasing ceremony took p'n at the school on Wednesday, the 12 in the presence of the staff, the eud teacher (Mr L. Arniet), a few ladies,w of the school committee, and the shih ara. The occasion was the presentatu to Miss N. Barlow, who lis reengt been appointed first assistant teaehesb the local State school, of a beautifule wristlet watch, subscrihed and forariA by the school and staff of the I punkah State sclho i, near Bright, 1 presentation on their behalf. Mr Dickson (head teacher), oddra ing Miiss Barlow, said : It affords meti greatest pleasure to be the represota tive of the school and staff of whichpo were recently a valued member, Sin your taking up your duties here ysoui already won our respect and eateemfa/ your eflicicncy and devotion to dust,di although only a short time witho51 can easily understasd the lore sandgl swishes prompting your late comrado and pupils, of whicl this beautifulms mento is a tangible sign. W0e sincerei hope your stay wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 September 1917
C ENERAL Wanted, young, fond of chiI 1 dren.-MRS WAINWRIGHT, Toora st, Ivanhoe. Phone Heidelberg 29. T ANTED to Rent 5-roomed House at Greensborough, handy to station. App]y " Healthy," NEWS Ofico, Ivanhoe. WANTED.-Assistant for Dressmaking (3rd or 4th year).-MISS BOWD LER, 667 Heidclberg-road, Ivanhoo. OR SALE.-Separator, new, on stand, 1 to 6 cows, cheap.-HARRY FROST,. Grocer, Heidolberg. O"R SALET~.-Ga nisdc Iron-lOft, 9ft, 8ft, Oft , 6 ft, 5 ft-cheap, Garden Wheelbarrow.-71 Ford-st, Ivanhoe. Phone Heidelberg 266. FOR SALE.-Splendid. Harness Pony, Jinker and Harness, together or sepa rate, equal to new.-STUDLEY, Hoidelberg? OR SALE.-High-oless poultry, white F and Columbian Wyandottes from prize imported stock, cheap; also eggs.-75 Ivan hoe parade, Ivanhoe. LOST.-Brown Pony. Mare, 14 hands, D near shoulder. Reward.-DAVIDSON, Ailsa grove, Ivanhoe. M RS. D, H. TAYLOR visits and ze ceives pupils for the Pianoforte. Terms one guinea quarterly, Address 164 Gillies street, Fairfield Pa...