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HEIDELBERG SHIRE OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
HEIDELBERG .SHIRE OFFICERS. At the Deccmber meeting of the Heidelberg shire couuei, OCr Whito mentioned the advisability of a perman ouent treasurer being appointed iamd we understand that this matter is now receiving the actottion of a sab-commit tee of thle council. In cousequenee of the resignation of the gas collector (Mr Gilles.pie), who has gone into camp at Broadmeadowrs, it is understood that Mr Moy!an ihas been appopinted temporarily to the position. On account of the absence of the secretary on holidays there will be no meeting of the council this month, but a coinmittee meeting was held on Tuesday, when, it is stated, the appointment of a tressurer., tihe resig nation 6f the gas collector, and other matters relative to the strengthening and re-organisation of the staff received at tention. Until the February meeting of the council no official statement on the above matters is expected.
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. OUR CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
CMe DCWS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TELEPHONE--Heidelberg 67sC. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1915. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. OUR CALENDAR,. We have pleasure in presenting to our readers with this issue, our calendar for 1915. THE PRESS, " Figaro's Understudy," in the "Prahran Telegraph," writes:-This week I have heard a little public man declaiming, without rhyme or reason for doing so, that he did "not care a continental -- for the press." If my memory serves aright, did not ?.S.W. Dibbs "Damn Chicago !" on the occasion of his touring America ? The world Irughed, but not with Dibbs. Of course the man who slings "continentals" about is a very small minnow when compared with Dibbs, but his loud proclamation of a more or less doubtful contempt for the Press is in the same class of public ut terance as Dibbs' historical " damn." The mistake such men make is that they fancy that the Press troubles about them. The world is too busy doing things, and the Press is too busy record irig these doin...
A.W.N LEAGUE MOTOR AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
4.WN LEAGUE MOTOR AMBULANCE. Sir,-The A.W.N. League are invit ing subscriptious from its members to provide a motar ambulance for the use of our soldiers who have gone to the front. Donations amounting to £12 2/6 have been received from members of the Alphington and Ivanhoe divisions of the Heidelberg branch. As it is found im possible to call on each niember indiai dually, wilt those who purpose contribut ing be-good enough to forward their contributions, however small, to me before the 23rd inst. A sum of over £200 is still required to enable the motor ambulance desired to be .purchased.-- Yours, etc., HELENA METZNE'I, Hen. Sec. Heidelberg Branch A.W.N.L. At the Heidelberg Polico Court on iVMoiaday beforeo Mlr Goldsmith, P.M., Dr king, J.P., and dMr Latham, Ji.., Patrick Finn obtained an order for £1 16s lid, with £1 Is c6sts, against J. E. Wilson. Reports of the other cases dealt with will be found elsewhere.
STEALING A HOSE. MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
STEALING A HOSE. MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. at the Heidelberg Police Cqqrt on Modd; r' ,Sbqr r Goldsmith, p.M., and I~rl ging and Mr T. Latham; g's.E.; a man named William Cook was pro. ceeded agaiqst on a charge of stealing a hose valued at £3 10/, the property of the Ivanhoe Cronuet Club. 4 garden.r lately employed by the croquet club said that on the ?th Sep tember the hose was in his possession, but it had- disappeared on the 11th. He notified the police on the 17th, and saw the hose at the police station about a fortnight later. He Identified the hose (produced) as the property of the club. Cross-examined, witness said the win dow was broken on the 6th. He delayed reporting the matter because he thought a member of the club had .taken a loan of it. Mortimer Jenson, pawnbroker's man ager, of 124 Victoria street, flichmond, gave eyi4ence to the efect that he knew t~hdaccusid; who 'amei into the :hop on the 10th September and asked him would he take a line of hose.. Accused went out...
IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON PROGRESS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON PROGRESS SOCIETY. The monthly meeting of the mem bers nf the above society was held on Monday evening last, when. ow ing to counter attractions, there was only a small attenda:nce. 'rThe Church of England schoolroom was not Savailable, :,nd, through the courtesy of Mr Edgar Wallis, the meeting was held at his residence in Living stone street. Mr Hanna. the presi dent, occupied the chair. NEW SCHOOL HALL. A letter was read from the secre tary of. St. James'.Church ot Eng land, Ivanhoe, thanking the society for their letter of appreciation on the establishment of a new hall and school. TELEPHONE TO POLICE STATION The Police Department wvrote in answer to the society's request that the Alphington police station should be connected by telephone with the nearest exchan:ge, stating that the better plan would be to have the police station connected by a switch line with Fairfield police station, and arrangements were b ing made for that to be done. Satisfaction was e...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. "A GERMAN ANSWER." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselve. with, the opinions expresed by our oorrespondente "' (;ERIMAN ANSWER." ):tr" Sir,---Tlie incident recointed in your issue of Saturday last prompts me to bring under notice two extracts from the "Saturday Review," published in the "Australian Mining Standard" of Nov. O10th last, uinder the heading "What Germanv does whni she Conlquers." Thle intolerance by German partizans of comment upon the moisstrous acts.of the enemy, and the vile and dispicable ruse of the moving train, in these incidents, give the local instance the stamp of national kinship'and sehitiment, and the question may well be raised of the ad visability of such a person being subject to internment as a possible abbettor of the enemy and a potential spy. It may be in place to remark that anyone wit nessing an incident such as that deserzLed, would be more than justified in demanding the name and address of the offending party, and, i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
The Business Man ,A ' Appreciates our prompt tailoring service as much as the distinctive individuality of every suit we turn out, and our ex tremely low charges. pur illustration shlows the fa;test London style. Our wiiidows show the latest Suitings. For WELL-TAILORtD CLOTHES come to us. TREVENA & SONS, The Reliable Gents' Tailors, 2r6i Smith St., Collingwoqd. Phone, Contral *00, ..,..?«&lt;«»cl:; ((*i~i.,, ··~···....-..... ' . ·.·· ... * ·- .1... irr ;i ;;;ittt r;iT~ jf ~ f ·/ff *."*^r·, mWANTED.-Woman to wash once a fortnight.-MRS. LAVATER, The Gables, Rosanna Road. 1 ARDENER, Practical Jobbing and VT Landscape, by day or contract.-J. SHANNON, Ford Street, Ivanhoe. Y OUNG MAN would like work as Laborer or Farm Hand,-Gale, Ford Street, Ivanhoe. PRICE wanted for erecting fence in Green street. Particulars from E. A. Nicholson, Kenilworth Parade, Ivanhoe. For Sale. A OR 5 ACRES of MAIZE, by acre or 4 load, Good Crop, ready for use. Apply N. HAY, C/o Mrs Thomas, Lower...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
PITH AND POINT. Owing to pressure on our space the third instalment of our story is held over till next issue. A report of the Templestowe shire couifcil appears on our fourth page. F'or Geueral Drapery, ready to wear Hats and Clothing, Fancy Goods, etc., go to Emery's, cash drapers, Heidelberg road, Ixanhoe. Dressmaking on the premises. The monthly meeting of the members of the Ivanhoe Horticultural Society will be held on Monday evening. The autumn show is a fixture for April 17th. It commenced yesterday! The greatest cleaning-up of Summer Drapery that has ever tahken place ie the City of Northcote. Hattam's-well known in connexion with big values-inaugurated their semi-annual Sale yesterday; and to mark the occasion priced goods much lower than before. Their. notic on page 3 gives some idea of the general rpn of values, particularly in the blouse section, where are offered such values as "The balance of Print Blouses to be elcarcd at O.ld each." You are cordially invited to visit...
DRILL SHIRKERS IN COURT. SCATHING REMARKS FROM MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
91CRI ~IllRKERS IN COURT. SGCATHING 1EMARKS FRO4 MAGIST1RATE. At the Heidelberg Court of Petty Sessions on Monday, before Mr Gold. smith, P.M., Dr King and Mr Latham, J's.P,, an officer from the Defence De partment proceeded against G, W. Newnham, F. B. Collins, James Bur. chall, H. W. Lynch, J. Blakeljy, J. W. Grace, Joseph White, J. IR. Knight, T. W. Green, L. C. Hamilton, and Arthur Wyebb, for failing to attend the Decem bI r5~us0 r?il?. . . . There was no appearance op Gracs, asd"ll the others,;~*it tie eh eptIon bf Newnham, Collins, ~sd Webb. pleaded4 guilty. Newnham said that he went to the drill, but was tmrned away because he attended without his uniform, which was too small for him. Cadets were supposed to get a new uniform every two years, but he had been a trainee for ~he'yea're 3 s'd $?ad not rce6iyeda secoqn' rtifqrn1. The B.q., on inqiqrg frgi' the officer, ascertained that the boy had only to show the of~cer in charge that his uniform was tqo wall, a£d i.e woql4 obtai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
DOH ERTY &i_' Co. The Johnston Street DRAPERS. Direct Importers of all Manchester Goods, including Sheetings, Curtains, Rugs, Shirtings, &c. Sheetings, &c. 72 inch Herringbone Sheeting Io.d and 1rid 54 inch Herringbone Sheeting 8½d: and 9)d 50 Pieces Flannelette, white or cream, heavy quality, 3id yard, as IId dozen. We have a very heavy stock of Manchester Goods, including Damask, Table Cloths, Tray Cloths, Runners. Table Damask 91d, Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is -isld, 2s Irdyd Tray. Cloths, colored border, 7Nd, S 9d S Bordered Table Cloths Is Gd, is rId, - :. 2s 6d, 2s ild, wonderful value '::..Nottingham Lace Curtains, 87 in. S- long, 2s 6d pair ioo doz. White or Colored Towels, - size 38 x 2o inches, 5s 9d dozen White or Colored Quilts, single bed 2s 6d, 9s IId ; full double size 3s rid Doherty's, the Shirt King .,:, Over 200ooo shirts in Stock. Shirts of every description and price K::5:' in stock. Heavy Harvard Shirts, Is ld fuill.: size 50 dozen Tennis Shirts,...
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY The monthly meeting of the mem bers of the above society was held in the Fairfield hall on Tuesday evening last. There was a satisfac tory attendance, and the president. Mr Oscar Sherriff, occupied the chair. PATRONAGE ASKED FOR. Mrs Bennett, instructress of the Belmont Calisthenic Club, asked for the patronage of the society for a display and concert'to be held in aid of the Austin Hospital. The President moved, and Mr Prismall seconded, that the request be complied with Mr Bridges said he was quite in sympathy with the proposal, but thought that they should be careful, as, in the event of a loss, they would be partly responsible. Mr LeMasurier stated that the club was a local one. They had competed at Ballarat and gained prizes, and their annual display was given before a big audience in the Fairfield hall in December. Mrs Bennett called on him and said she had been asked to repeat the per formance in aid of the Austin hos pital. The expenses would not b...
OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v RICHMOND ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
OTHER MIATOHE. IVANHOE v RICHMOND ROVERS. ,-,.=.- The above match was concluded on Saturday, and resulted in a win for Ivanhoe by 115 runs on the first innngs. Alex Fox and Alex Mann were the principal scorers. The folo#iti:akre the scores- RICHMIOND ROVERS. First Innings. ......... 74 Second Innings ... ... ... 146 Bowling-W. Davidson, 3 for 30: A. Mann, 3 for 60; A. Williams, 1 for 8; W. Bryant, 2 for 4. IVANHOE. First Innings. A. Fox, c, b Rowley .: .. 59 E. Borkley, b Raeby .,... . 3 B. Crosby, c, b Barry .. ... 18 - Byrno, b Hart.... A, !nrjn,-; h runiiff';` ....?'; -:-; ?6 W. Mryant, b Rowley . . 2 W. iDavidson, c, b Carver :... 3 E. MIoDonald, b Rowley .1. : . 0 L. L?Ionson, b Rowloey ::... 0 Cliff Holt, b Carver .. ... 3 A. Williams, not out ... undries .... ... .... Total... , ... 187
TEMPLESTOWE B v. IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
TEMIPLESTOWE B v, IVANHOE, Templestowe B were defeated by an unings and 51 runs by Ivanhoe on saturday. The winners declared their unings closed when six wickets were lown for 283, G. Fox carrying his bat or 157. Templestowe's second innings produced 129, Smith, Williamson, and Beale making most of the runs. The following are the scores TEMPLESTOWE B. First Innings. J. Sheahan, c, b MlcKeown ... 21 - B. Rhodes, c, b Fox ... ... 3 . S. Williamson, run out ...... 9 H. Chivers, b McKeown ... 2 . 2 W. 8. MIullens, b Ashby ... .... 2 P. Rasmussen, st, b MoKeown .... 4 P. Cashen, b Fox ... ,,. i W. Fitzsimmon, o, b Fox :..!. 12 G. Beale, b' G. Fox ... ..?" ;' W. Smith, b Ashby ... 3. Parker, not out ... 9.. ; 9 Sundries ... .. 10 Total... ... 103 Bowling-Ashby, 2 for- 82 G Fox, 4 for 0; McKeown, 8 for 84; Graham, 0 for 8. Second Imsings. Sheahan, b Ashby ... ... "... 1 Williamson, run out ... ... 34 Rhodes, b Ladner... ... ... 5 Chivers, b L?adner ... . ... Cashen, b Ashbj __ Mullesis, b ...
ALPHINGTON v HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
ALPHINGTON v HEIDELBERG. The above match was concluded on Saturday, and resulted in a win for Heidelberg by 59 runs on the first in nings. Alphington, who, in response to Heidelberg's total of 150, had lost 3 for 8 on the previous Saturday, brought their score to 91, Pitcher and Studley being the double figure scorers. Kelso obtained the fine average of 7 for 29 for the winners, who, in the time remnaining for play, lost 1 for 38. The following are the scores HEIDELBERG. First Innings ........... 150 Second Innings. W. Duxxon, not out ... ... 21 J. Dean, c Curline, b Tresize .,. 16 - Smythe, not out ... ... 1 Total for 1 wicket ... ... 38 Bowling-A Hicks, 0 for 6; G. C.VWhitcher 0 for 9; C. Tresize, 1 for8: :F. Fiedgen, O for 12: T. Curlinep0 . .n At1PHINGTON. Firs Innings. G. Hughes, b F'Kelso 3... . F. Liedgen, b Kelso .. ... 3 H. Burrows, b Kelso&.:,, 0 A. Hicks, run out ... G. Pitcher, not out . '.. 3 E. Hughes, b Cooper . ... 9 W. Studley, b Kelso ... ... 20 L. Curline,...
ALPHINGTON PARK. A SPLENDID ACHIEVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
ALPHINGTON PARK. A SPLENDID ACHIEVEMENT. A high degree' of business enter prise and whole-hearted public spiritedness, both worthy of emula tion, marks the establishment of the Alphington Park, and the work of the residents in that direction pro vides an example that could well be followed by the ratepayers of a number of shires in Victoria If these people wanted a park they would probably go, cap in hand, to their shire council and ask that land be purchased for the purpose. They would never put their hands in their pockets to help on the scheme-such an idea was not to be thought of but would expect the council to provide all the. money for the pur pose. Some live years ago an effort was made by the Ivanhoe and Alphington residents to establish a park in such a position that it would serve both places. The joint committee which was appointed had tile suggestion placed before the , that Fairy Hills should be purchased. It was con sidered an ideal spot for a park, as it had an area o...
CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
CARNIVAYBL. Under the management of the Fairfield Park Amateur Swimming Club and an outside committee, a monster military and aquatic carnival is to be held on February 20th at Fairfield. Besides the usual swimming events, which will be on lines similar to previous efforts, there will be sports for the military, running, hurdling, jumping, barrel and obstacle races, and a swimming race figuring on the programme. A competition for engi neers-building a swinging derrick-and arace for bandsmen, who run and play, should prove interesting. The St John Ambulance Brigade are also assisting, and will give various displays. Com petitions will be hold, and every holder of a first aid certificate, whether belong. ing to a division or otherwise, will be entitled to participate. The mili tary events are for the men of the 55th (Colllingwood) Infantry and the Engi neers, who all worked so hard and well at the recent patriotic carnival, and ar rangements are now being completed to tend a dinner to...
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. On Saturday last the Fairfield A team were rather unfortinate in losing to Toorak by two points only. A fine game was put up by Butcher's rink, which scored 31 to their opponents' 15. The match to.day is against Collingwood at Collingwood. Scores TOORAK. 1. Leaohen, Cuddy, iMcMlicken, Hoeyward34 2. Heath, Gos!inuDr 'Iinon, Trevascus 15 3. Young, Carter, Levy. Taylor . 23 4. Edgar, Romanis; Reed, Lawrence... 19 Total ... ... ... ... 91 FAIRFIELD. 1. Barko, Haworth, Linegar, Burston 12 2. Kimpton, MIartin, Cartledgc, Butcher 31 3. LeIMasurier, Emery, Crabb, Guerrero 22 4. Alexander, Clay, Joske, Kelton ... 24 Total ... .. ... ... 89 On Saturday last the i0team were at home to the Ascot Vale representatives, whoen they defeated by 43 points mainly througlt the efforts of Besley's rink. They defeated their opponents by 43 to 8, starting off with a seven. To-day the C team journcys to South Mebiurne to meetthe S.M.C.C. Scores- FAIRFIELD. i. Jones, Thraves, Rosnian...