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CR DENNIS'S CANDIDATURE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
RDENNIS'S CANDIDATURE At Heidelberg on Tuesday event agafair number of people assem led to meet Cr Dennis. Cr Keam presided, and in intro icingthe candidate referred to his xperience in municipal matters and ,e broadminded manner in which :edealt with matters at the confer Inces, and for that reason a number tithe Heidelberg councillors are Itxious to see Cr D)ennis elected. He is an able and conscientious man, "td living on the border of this shire I0uld work in the interests of the ieidelberg shire as well as his own. Cr Dennis has had experience 'in traway and sewerage work and IPeople could rely on hn Im looking ter their interests in that respect. Cr Dennis said he regretted that ait Iembrey was not standing again, er being in the House for 13 l;'r he would pefer to be assist fig I ?Iembrey than contesting the Sat himself, The people have a ,ider choice of candidates on this iscaon, as Cr May and himself ie been selected as the National itondidates, Cr Cain the selected lid rca...
GREENSBOROUGH STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
GREENSBOROUG (Fom-O Our STATE SCIHOOL The local State school ly the scene of much occasion being a Queen -!z amongst the third and fo in aid of the State schol.. fund. The idea origlS:. Culph, junior teacher the classes natme,, and way, has three brothers service, and is conse quen ted in patriotic work. tly iLaureen Baxter, as Allies, was chosen bth. l grade scholars, and az el Queen of the Soldiers, s l ed by the third grade. ing popular, a most vigoros took place, the three ki?gdn mal, vegetable and mniner laid under tribut ep r , ,: . .r :.L i As the time of election dr t interest was fanned to bu iýi , by revealing the state of th to speak ; in other words, t ' ber of votes the supporters a t candidate -had been able tos't 1 the sale of gifts, &c. On the" 1 pointed it was found that Maureen Baxter had the t number of supporters as repr.t by hard cash, and amidst then dits and acclamation of all con was proclaimed Queen and crowned. Three hearty cheers; then given to Mis...
The Municipal Car. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
The Municipal Car. Oli ho for the foe at our gates, Well ride iin the ear with our mates, Thle oil is our spoil, the duplicates .eedi-worry us not, so up with the rates. Dow, will thcl man who will walk-, lip with th! boundero in talk; Out froi eout lihlii g, 'cons ilting, coti filing, Ride o-f eiiach -ratepayter, :-over each . ..rid ig . - ; : . , Oh ho for1 th ;l eou' lors! is T ho'l pIt l l the sit tiehtoler6s' cash :Tho worlkl'. ina fcv cr t aikiig ofo Eiiillions, W'll , siqdindcr -hiwe ',r ?e- ep. of civtlians. Eco.uooyi'I b tuhe dast :TTr lire ini tihe ision of trust ,--. Se c uti. pri centuin, the boom of the Loin lituw -Goii i!Y gy" Goidons tl ire iek!uniug 1-ill :' ,come:i 1NOTA BENE.
PROGRESS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
PROGRESS SOCIETY, The usual monthly meetin, 4. society took place on Saturda??ye ing, and was well attended. CVPj president, in the chair. POLICE.PROTECTIOX, In reply, a memo. was rec from the Chief Commissionl Police promising increased p; patrol so far as the exigencis finance would allow. FORMATION OF HENRY AND ALEIjrl STREETS, 'With regard to the requestt: council to have Henry-street e claimed a pubtic highwluy, Cr stated the matter had beendis in the council, with the result the cmuncillor for the riding been empowered to arrange the residents and those in:.r to subscribe sufficient to put, streets in such a conditijon b'ik: ing, &c., that the c untilmays:i: to take over same, Aiter dici: it was-resolved that MAessrs Sa Medhurst caiviass the landhii and tradesmen using the streis; questionlwithl: a view to okai subscriptions fbr the purposeme tioned. Cr Price also stated ihit White had offered his serviceit supervise' the w. ork. Satisfat was expres ed at the opportuni...
A SUCCESSFUL "AT HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
A SUCCESSFUL ," AT HOMfE.' A most enjoyable afternoon was s.ent, at the residence of Mrs Bliss, G-ianagel road, Alphington, on Tuesday, wheln an: other of her successful " At-Hoies" was held. the proceeds being in aid of the Heidelberg District Patriotic arid.R-lc Cross funds. There were -?3: perso is present, who contributed gifts of vaionus kinds, the fesulti being thatf61e shie n of. £12/11/2 was realised.: A musical lpro grauarne was gone t!?o'oil, illdi deliciouis afternoon tea scrixed. In additiol to :at: tending to rv'arious- patriotic. duties M'rs Bliss. has. tlhis ycr nriamle 204 flaianel shirts to be seait to the h oit
FAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
FAIRFIELD RILFLE OLU). The Fairfield Rifle Club held thle first stage of their B..lMusketry competitioi on.; Saturday in weather anything but pleasant. 5 shots, 10 sees. exposure, aiid 5 shots in S0 ses. W. Fry shot well, and scored the possible on both ranges, 80 points, and l-. Ashman next with 79. Best scores on 200 yds. were WT . Fry H. Assiihman, W. Lupton, if. Orr antd J. Whifen all scored[ the possible 40 poirts, and D. Munro, ti. Reidle, F. Robinson, F. Smith and WY. Plowman 39 J. Whitehead and L. Gates 38. At 300 yds. the best were W. Fry ·40, . Ash man, R. Ford 39, II. Hyslop, T. Pottit 37, R. Bowdler, L. Stewart 36, W. Crowley 35.
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
PITH AND POINT. Mr E. Plunket, of the wood, coal and horse feed depot, Alphington, inserts a notice in this issue. Miss E. C. Page, D.M.S.C., A.L.O.M., of Alphington, notifies that she .is pre pared to receive pupils. Tenders are called for the sanitary scrvice in Fairfield, Ivanhoe, Alphington and Heidelberg. Anniversary services will beheld in the He;delberg Methodist Church on Sunday, October 21. The Fairfield drapers (Mesdames Can ning and Whiteman) have now a full se lection of new season's goods. The ministers in the Heidelberg Shire exchange pulpits on Sunday, and the names are published in another column. A novelty fair will be held on Friday and Saturday next in connection with the Fairfield Methodist Church by girls of the Women's Missionary movement. Mr W. R. Ball, of Heidelberg-road, Ivanhoe, was, at the meeting of the Exe cutive Council, held this week, appointed a Justice of the Peace for the Central Bailiwick. Mr C. P. Mills, who comes from Too ra, near Yarram, has ta...
HEIDELBERG PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
HIEIDELBIERT HIOTUREP '?The Deil's Assistant"' is the stai tliig head of "ic lekading film to;-iigltland i; t will -be supporled :by itwoi p.i~t diams, "Nell Dale's u'feis Folk"' :'' ol? the 2Oth "'!The Stolei- Uiupli " rill b le "fimd and:onNovembci '3 the cpccted 'ISe;ret of theo Submai'in irwilll be cbiumencied, showing at a miat dinee i t dhdi ?cife ?-i :or May, in advocad;tinig Bibsler ading in schools, rcgctted the-tifnt th at so many clhildcn i6coild tell niori, l;iibt IMary Pikliforti aalidOh.rlic lie Oh nhntl??i; they could abo?.tlltIe bble..: :,: ... . ':& L LI i i : :i :' ? :
ENTERTAINING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
ENTERTAINING' SOLDIERS. On the evening of September 25 a large number of friends from.lHeidelborg drove to thile light duties camp, Macleod, to give the soldiers a social evening. Some Greensborough residents joinied them atthe fine lied. Oross rest room, andti all uniteld in giving the men a plea sanut time. Dancing and some music, fol lowed by a nice supper and a chat, made the time fly. The visitors feel it a pri vilege to be able to visit the camp in this informal way, and have an opportunity of getting to knor the men who are sac rificing so much for them. The next Heidelberg entertainment at the light duties camp will take place on October 30. Any friends wishing to help are in. vited to communicate with Mrs Tyrer, Eaglement.
Ivanhoe Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
Ivanhoe Red Cross Society. The need for Red Cross work never ceases-on the contrary, it grows. But the requirements vary, and as it is important, with the pre sent limited shipping accommoda tion, to send exactly what is most wanted, the Ivanhoe branch has tried to comform with the demands in this regard issued from headquarters. At present, with every four pairs of sox sent in, 1 balaclava helmet, 1 pair bed sox, 1 pair mittens and 1 scarf are asked for. There is also an ur gent enquiry for a large number of handkerchiefs, toilet bags and house wives. Cardigan jackets are a pres sing need for the coming winter in Europe, and Mrs Bradbury (vice president of the society) has kindly offered to give instructions as to the manner of making these garments at the society's work party, held every Tuesday afternoon from 1.30. Will ladies whose practical sympathy is touched by the sufferings of our brave soldiers take'note ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
You n~ed [irm. Phone, teidelberg 69. ie kneads for You. R. MITCHELL BAKER & PASTRYCOOK, Burgundy Street, Heidelberg. SAS had his premises thoroughly renovated, and First-class Up-to date appliances installed to produce the Best Bread and Pastry. THE STAFF OF LIFE DELIVrERED) DAILY. EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN EW FLOWER and Vegetable Seeds. Lawn Grass, Lucernes, Clovers, Seed Potatoes, Garden Stakes, Raffia, Petal Soil for Pot Plants, etc. Agents frr Bruning's " Incomparable" Seeds, Clifts' Manurial Insecticide Robinson's Pine Spray, Carmona Fertilizer, Velvus Lawn Sand. EVERYTHING FOR THE POULTRY Thorpe's Laying Mash, Egglo, Bone Grit, Week-old Chick Food, Extra Special Chick Food, Scratch Grain, etc. Gool clean grain means strong healthy stock, and is the cheapest Best quality Wheat. Maize, White O .s, Hulled Oats, Barley, Pollard, Bran, Shell Grit, Charcoal,etc., can be obtained at DAINTON'S Chaff, Grain, Wood, Coal and Coke Depot HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE Pho:e, Bid-ebbe, . ...
Alphington Methodist Bazaar. RAFFLING CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
h ~ ~ ~ _ mm-""_' ,ue · Alphington Methodist Bazaar. RAFFLING CONDEMNED. A very successful bazaar was held in the Alphington Hall on Friday and Saturday, September 28 and 29, the proceeds to go towards the liqui dation of the debt on the church. The Rev W. H. Hodge said it was the second effort made by the ladies on behalf of the new church building fund, their effort last year resulting in ?l50 being raised. He was delighted with the display of goods that evening, but everything the Alphington ladies do is done in the most liberal manner. In the name of the trustees he thanked the ladies for the many things they had made, andhoped success would crown their labors. Mr Jas. Ferguson, of Fairy Hills (in the absence of Mr W. Thomas), made a few remarks in declaring the bazaar open. He said that more ought to be done for the church; it ought to be filled. It was not the ministers' fault, but the people's, for not backing them up more. He hoped the time would come when Methodism would be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
ANTED.-100 tons wood cut.-Ap ply S. LYON, Heidelberg, or 1'i Queen-street. City. "XTANTED to Rent 5-roomed IIouse at S Greensborough, handy to station. Apply 'Healthy," NEWS Office, Ivanhoc. M RS D. H. TAYLOR visits and re ceives Pupils for the pianoforte. Terms, one guinea quarterly. Address, 164 Gillies-st, Fairfield. C ORRIUGATED IRON Sft 416 sheet, spouting 1/ length, wheelbarrow gar den 15/.-71 Ford-street, Ivanhoe. -DINE TREES POULTRY FARM.-Fresh - Eggs always on sale. Settings 3/6 and 5/, 15 eggs; White Leghorn competition stmrain. Table Birds a speciality.--THOS. RODDA, Edgbaston, Heidelberg-road; Al phington. HEIDELBERG SHIRE MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION. A Public Meeting Will be held in the IVANHOE HALL, on WEDNESDAY; October 17, at 8 p.m., To Form a Branch of the Victorian Protestant Federation. Address by Rev C. W; Wood, Thornbury, "'PROTESTANT FEDERATION: WHY?" Cr. Arthur May, Chairman. Tickets Gd. Roll up Protestants. REV. ALEX. HARDIE, Hon. Sec. AIRFIELD IMETHODIST CHURCH. ...
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
... '.PROPERTY SALES. :.1?cssrs Coghlli- , ITIaughton, Hleidel berg, and 79 Swanston-street, Melbourne; repqrt sales recently elFected within the district :- Ivanhoe,...Green-street,, new villa, 5 rdoms, 'on land 77 x 165, £-464i Greensb.orough, Grace Park Estate, cot tage and 3 acres, £290; Ivanhoe, Stud ley-road (conjunction with WV. H. Car ruthers), lind 66ft. cin. x 184-126, at £3 per foot; Heidelberg, Cape-street, villa. , rooms, and land 77 x 370, £350; Kan garoo GroundsNillumbik East, 50 acres, at £6 per acre; also 241- acres at £5 per acrie Ilcidelbcrg; Banksia-street, modern villa, 6 roans on land 66x 175, £655 ; Gri?nshoroihgh, Grace Park Estate, cot t?ge and; 1- acres, £263 ; IHeidelberg, airria-str'cCt, villa, 6 rooms on land 80 - 130, £462110/; Tcmuplcstowe, orchard farm; 29~0 aires, sold at auction for £1800; Iceidcllergi Moitiicir:street, Ind 60.x 1H0, £60 ;.: Tailhoe,' "Megciro;" 'Redes (Idalero id, modern villa, 9 rooms on lind 100 x- 250, £1550; Ivauhoc Maltravers ...
BOYS AND BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
"]3OYS AND BILLIARD.S. Sir,i'In answer to letter ofT '"Parent,' referring to boys. and billiards, surely anyone but a narrow minded bigot can see tlhat in pibomotilig such an' institution as -prbposed, the :aim and object is to check the tendelicy of boys drifting into hotels and similar establishmlets, by providing them with inioeent games and amusements ii heailthy moral surround ings,' under- proper supervision and management, and free fromi drink, gamb ling and bad language. now, sir, can any right thinking person say that this is putting temptation in the way of. the youthful element, and encouraging them to waste money ? On the contrary. I contend that it will save them from fall ing into temptation. I would ask "Parent" to.go doi n to the soldiers' in stitute (built. in St. Paul's cathedral grounds and equipped by that religious institution) :and watch our brave boys innocently amusing themselves playing billiards, &c., while vespers are being coiducted in the holy bu...
AN "EVENING" AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
N "EV'ENIUG' LT FAIRFIELD. SFor tlie jinrlose of agiugmentilg the soldiroist ,omfo ts flind and X'nas boxes, ani'evniiz , .ii cbyrlli"ly s 'eA. J. M'illiitisopid? Mr'is ,Jas. Sharp (Ivanhoe) it tlo. .iesl0n9ed. 0cof the foriner, eterms l'igh' [leidolliorg-roaul, Fairfield,. last week. Mrs Williams's home, which is an ideal place for entertaining, was beau tifully decorated .with ferns, lags, red, white and blue streamers, and the table decorations were also in keeping. There were a number of guests present, and the sumn of 2/6 was collected from each one for tho fund, and many who were unable to be present sent donations, iMrs Geo. Whitelaw presented an elaborate lamp shade, Mrs A. Cohen a beautiful black satin cushion, Mrs E. Sharp an oval gilt frame, a toast rack by a friend of Mrs Sharp's, Miss B. Williams a pen paint ing of some of her own work, Mrs A. Williams sen. two very good pot plants and also some small ones for the table. The amount totalled £27, which was most satisfact...
A CANDIDATE'S SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
A.c ANIIDATE'S SEORE'ARY. Sir,-In your issue of Saturday last, 6th inst., you.have a report of a meeting of Cr. Dennis's iFairfilcld committee, to which Mr KICnight was.elected secretary. Mr. Knight has not to date severed his conncction with or rcsigiled fronm Cr. May's Jika Jika election committee, adil kindly offered his roam as a meeting jplcefor the said committee. Assuining that your report is correct, the situation, to say tlihe least, is peculiar. Below is a copy of a letter sent on behalf of my committee - Mr. and Mrs Knight, Dear friends,--rOn behalf of Cr. May's Jika Jika election committee, I take great pleasure in conveying to you the warmest thanks. for your kind otfer of room for meetings, and assuring you of our deepest appreciation, at the same time regretting that we cannot avail our selves of your offer, as it was thought better to hold our meetings in a public hall'and for that reason alone, the Fair field hall was chosen as a meeting place. -Again thanking you, ...
CROQUET AND TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 October 1917
CROQUET AND TENNIS CLUB. The Ivanhoe Park Croquet and Tennis Club held their opening for the season on Saturday last. The tea-house and surrounding grounds were decorated with a plentiful supply of bunting, which gave the park a gay and animated appear ance. The opening ceremony was per formed by the shire president (Cr. Bry ant), who complimented the club on the condition of the lawns and courts, hu morously remarking that the shire coun cil had a good asset in them. Owing to the increase of members a new tennis court has been added to the improve ments. A plentiful supply of refresh ments were provided, as members had reason to believe that there would be a large attendance, but owing to the incle ment state of the weather there was only a moderate number present. [he cro quet lawns were in a very sodden condi tion, which prevented visitors and mem bers from indulging in their favorite pastime, but notwithstanding this great drawback everyone enjoyed being pre sent, due in a large...