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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
TOPICS OF TNE WEEK. PATRIOTIC F~IND. A meeting of the Heidelberg District Patriotic Pund committee was held at the Ivanhoe hall on Thursday afternoon last, MIrs Coate, president, in the chair. The meeting was called earlier than pre viously decided, as it was felt that special efforts should be nlad. to continue the work of making garments for tho sol dciers. A report of donations received and work done since the last committee nmeeting in December was submitted. An invitnation from the Lady Mayoress' Patriotic League to members to attend a meeting in the Town HIall on February 5th was read. The committeeo decided to spend £20 on material to be given out to anyone in the district willing to help. It was felt that an appeal to the public for money was abeolitely necessary. Subscriptions, large or smnall, would be gladly received, when more material could then be purchased to be made into shlirts, etc. Donations may be forwarded to the shire president (Cr Coate) or to the secretaries....
A Local Rifle Club Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
t:C DeWs. PUBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TE.aPrHoRe-Heidelberg 67Z. SITURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1915. A Local Rifle Club Wanted. -4--f-- SURELY, if slowly, the high resolve, the sustained enthusiasm which characterizes every phase of life in England is beginning to infect us, But be it noted, it is quite a different. thing to that which lioved us at-the beginning of the war. Then every class in our community was stirred to-an enthusiasm which, in the ma jority of cases, found its outlet in loyal sentiments and confidence that the Allies would carry through suc cessfully the great task before them. 'In numerous cases the patriotism of our people reached a higher level and found explression in generous donations, in collecting and working up material for the use of our soldiers at the front and in hospital. ana, in a aegree not commensurate with our population, principles and responsibles, the services and lives of a good many men were offered to the Empire.. .While it is not our intenti...
RIFLE CLUB FOR HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
RIFLE CLUB FOR HIEIDELIERG. Sir,--A meeting will be held onTues day evening next, 9th inst., at 8 p.a. in •he Barkly Iall for tie purpo g;P ~ cffeeting tlie formation of 'a rifie or for Heidelberg on the lines alread~y a6.pte? in other suburbs. This movement,shich has the warm approval of our m~ty and adminis=t~ve authorities, - in tnded to enable the whole eflicientmrale population, other than those albady under arms or undergoing their miliary training, to acouire, in addition to sona kill itrif?e shpdqting, at least an elemei t.ry klo#iledge of drill and the duties o0I 4 soldier, and thus fit themselves, to some extent, to defend their country should the need arise. In any event, the practical benefit of releasing from duty here and freeing for foreign service men ,io would otherwise be detained in Aus tralia will-be of very great value, and some degree of training will enable most of us to do this. With facilities thus afforded for every man, free from physi cal disability, to d...
FAIRFIELD CROQUET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
FAIRFIELD CROQUET CLUB. The members of the above club played their first pennant match under rV.C.A. rules at Aberfeldie (Essendon) lawns on Saturday. Both clubs put up some very fine play, and, after great opposition fram their opponents, Fairfield gained the victory by 22 points. On the pre vious Saturday, Fairfield beat Brighton` Beach, in a return match, by 17 points. lMr N. L. Read, of Templestowo, has entered into the fruit-canning industry, and judging from a sample we have had the privilege of tasting, there should soon be a strong demand for the" N.L.R." brand. W\e have received the current number of the Poultry Journal; It is edited by Mr H. V, Hawkins, the well-known expert, and contains a large anountof information,
Ivanhoe Recreation Association Croquet Club. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
Ivanhoe Recreation Associa t!in Croquet Club. (By Bisque) The mothl.y mreeting of the com mittee was held on Tuesday, when there was a full attendance of mem bers, the only absentee being the hon. tfreasurer, who is on holidays. After the ordinary business was completed it was decided unani mously that a letter of thanks be sent to Mr Eric Terry for his great kindnesp in coining out on the after noon of the sgth January and giving so'inidhh information to flidse prei sent. Mr Terry is one of the bst players in 4ustralia, and has done a great deal in the past year to bring croquet up to the high standard it is now. In visiting the different clubs as he is at present doing he is con tinuing a good work, and the mem bers are grateful to him. On Thursday, January 28th, the Fairfield piayers camrne to pjay of the retuihir?t~h~i Ihich'lvanlloe woq. It was unanimously decided thitt in future Thursday will be members' day, as Wednesday has been made the day for the interclub pennant matches...
FIRST AID CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
FIRIST AID CLASSES. Sir,-I am in receipt of several com munications in reference to the flrct4id and nursing cldsi~s.': I ~am unable to find timeto answer all, and I would es teem it a favour if you would insert this in your wjdely circulated newspaper. 4 ladies' first-aid 'class will be dtarted on 16th February at the Rechabite Hall, Fairfield. A gents' first-aid class has just commenced at th6 first-named place. A nursing class will be started at Alph ington on 17th February at the residence of Mrs. T. Adams, " Hillview," Heidel berg road, Alphington. The secretaries addresses are respectively:-Msss Ne.~ ham, 18 Gillies street, Fairfield; Mr Woess, "Hermine," Arthur;st'et, Failr field; Misc E.R Adams; "rRichligh," Alphingtdfi whq i?vith myself will be p6eased fq gyive further infornation. Early enrollmaen i'ne'essary.--iouru, etc., F. W. STEWART, Supt. St. John Ambulance Brigadt Fairfield Divison.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. BURKE ROAD BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with. the opintons expressed by our correepondenta. ]3UIRKE ROAD BRIDGE. Sir,-I thoroughly. agree with your correspondent " Advance Ivanhoe" that a direct road and bridge and later on a tramway line betwcon Ivanhoe and Kow will be a necessity. The Burke road bridge may be of some serrice to Heidel herg and Eaglemont, but it is too far away to be of any use to Ivanhoe and Alplhiugton. The hMarshall sttreet-Wat erdale road site is in the centre of two rapidly growing suburbs on'each side of the Yarra. The extension of the boule vard through Mr Wilcox's property and Fairy Hills not only supplies an ap proach to the bridge, but opens up a short, easy and pleasant outlet to Al phingtou. This is of course of great importance to Alphingtou, as it means that a new traffic. commercial and other. wise, will be opened up, and one that will more than compensate that locality for the loss of traffic that must ...
Greensborough Progress Society. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
Greensborough Progress Society. ANnUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the siembers of the above society was held on Sat urday evening last, the lPresldeht, Mr Mitchell, in the chair. SECR?ETARY'S REPORT. The secretary reported as follows: At the outset attention is drawn to the manifest advancemont and progress of the township and district generally. This is evidenced by the fact that during the past 12 months, in the immediate township, 17 new residences have been erected and are all occupied, whilst in what are really extensions of the town ship, in "Grace Park" seven new home cteadt are in occupation, and in "Mont morency'" the" nribsr of houses and week-end resorts being built are of daily occurrence. With regard to these latter it is.a safe inference to draw that they will eventually develop into extended and permanent residences. The Commercial Bank, appreciative of the possibilities in a rapidly growing district, has opened a branch office in the township. 'Taking retrosupect...
BOY KILLED BY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
BOY KILLED BY TRAIN. A tragic ending to a picnic given to the Heidelberg MIethodist Sunday school scholars by Mr C. Roach, superinten dent, occurred on Saturday evening, when a little boy named John Gibson, residing with his parents at Hawdon street, was pulled down as he attempted to board a train at the Ivanhoe station, and was so terribly injured that he died in the M?elbourne Hospital next morn ing. The picnic was held at Brighton, and the children were returning home by the 9.15 train from Princes' Bridge. When the train reached Ivanhoe the lad jumped out, intending to resume his seat before the train started. It went off quickly, however, and in al4emnpting to board it, he fell between the piatform and the train, and was carried along the line for 30 yards. The boy was found by one of the clerks, named J. Sutton. Dr Adam was called and ordered his removal to the hospital, where he died. The lad's father, Thomas Gibson, is an engine-driver, and was returning from work when he m...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
RED CROSS SOCIETY. As stated in our leader, we publish a list of goods required by the Red Cross Society at present, with quantities. The order denotes those that are required *first. The list is as follows: 15,000 flannel day shirts with collar band. 3000 cotton day shirts with collar band. 10,000 pairs blankets. 5500 cardigan jackets and sweaters. 5000 cardigan vests or waistcoats. 8000 pairs ordinary trousers . 20,000 pairs sox. 5500 knitted mufflers. 2000 pairs gloves. 6000 pairs mittens. 2000 dressing gowns. 9000 flannel undershirts full j-sleeve, no collar band. *5000 suits flannel pyjamas. 2000 suits cotton pyjamas. 5000 pairs flannel underpants. 300 knitted caps. 3000 cholera belts. 2500 pairs bed sox. 2000 pairs flannel pyjama trousers. 2000 flannel hospital jackets. 1000 pneumonia jackets. 1000 pairs slippers. 2000 yards flannel. 20,000 face washers. 200 pillows or cushions. Also:a large quantity of old linen and bandages. A small quantity of each of the fol lowing would b...
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY MONTH1LY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the members of the Fairfield Progress Society was held in the Fairfield hall on Tuesday evening, the presi. dent, Mr Oscar Sheriff, presidling over a meagre attendance. WORK ATTENDED TO Cr Trevena referring to a discus sion at last meeting on necessary work at Alphington, stated that it had now beeri attended to NORTH VERSUS SOUTH Cr Coate referred to the remarks of Mr Woods at last meeting, when that gentleman stated that it was useless to expect any work to be done on the north side of the line while they were without a represen tative in the council Cr Coate stated that, in the last twelve months, the north side of the line had had /500 more spent on it than had the south side. Mr Woods: Most of that work was thought of long before Cr Coate came to this district, Cr Coate: It was not carried out before I came, RAILWAY BUILDING PISSES. The Ivanhoe and Alphington pro gress society wrote asking for the support...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
F. QOAK LE Y, GENERAL BLACKSMITH & WHEELWRIGHT i-A11iDLDELBERG OMAD. IVANIUOE, And Greensborough. .- orsea Carefully Shod at Short'at Notice --MIODERATE PRfCiS SBirthday, and Wedding Presents. W. E. Ladner, Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Optician, '282 SMITH ST., COLLINGWOOD (One door from Otter Street), PioNE 9494 H AS a lirst-class stock of WATCHES, CLOCKtS, and E.P. WARE, and a large variety of JEWELLERY, for your sel-ction, at reasonable prices. Repairs of every desciiption promptly attended to. Old- fashioned or Broken Jewellery bought, altered 'or converted to more up-to date designs Repairs or instructions left with Mrs Kidd, dresnsu.aker, next door to Ivanhoc post, will receive prompt attention. Private Address-Young St.,. Ivanhoe, near bowliring green. L. EMERY' S, Cash Draper, HEIDELBERG RD., IVANHOE. ...For... General Drapery Ready-to-wear Hats and Clothing Fancy Gioods, &c. Dressmaking on Premises Ivanhoa News Agency' W. GORDON HAMPTON (Succcssor to RI. Eades ...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
PITH AND POINT. The Girls' Grammar School re-opens on Thursday next. The serviees of a 'highl~-t qualifiea mathematical master have bcen engaged for the senior school. It is antici. pated that in future the school will obtaiu good results in the Junior Publio Examina. tion. Mliss Lancaster resumes tuition on 11th February. The Corcen school and kindergaten com mences the first term on February 9th. lilliner Bara s geera lly coome 16ret cloaue to the hat~t o lf ??ty laly. You are surl td ayprTciate the reduHtions ofattam' oe maiking at their big " Red tettr" Sale., Trimm, ed lats tllht were 7/11 to 15/6 are now 2/11 to 5/1], Summer Dress M\aterials at half whatvou usually pay. That's what Hattana's offer you at their "Red Letter" Sale. New stocks cbmning in is the reason they give. Cost and Profit are completely forgotten in the endeavour to clear out Summer Stocks at Hattam and HIattam's, High street. Ncever were good goods priced so temptingly low, Come you must! "
BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 February 1915
BOY SCOUTS. On Saturday week 34 scouts assembled at their quarters. After saluting the flag the troop marched to the river, where they embarlked in their boats. Swim ining was practised and instruction given rb a humber of recruits. They also helped the first Kew troop by giving them the use of their boats, enabling thlem to come across and practise with the Ivanhoe scouts. This afternoon the troop goes into camp on Mr Irving's property on the river, from Saturday to Monday evening, with the first Kew, first South Melbourne, second Mel bourne, and second Brunswick. Church parade of the troops will be at St. James' Church of England at the morn ing service, when visitors are invited.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915
Biitihday,, and .Wedding Presents. W. E. Ladner, Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Optician,' 282 SMIT.h ST., COLLINGWOOD (One door from Otter Street), PHONE 9494 S AS a first-class stock of WATCHES, L. CLOCKS, and .E.P. WARE, and a large variety of JEWELLERY, for your selection, at reasonable prices. Repairs of every description promptly attended to. . Old. fashioned or: Broken Jewellery bought, altered or converted to more up-to date designs.: SRcpairs or instructions left with Mrs Kidd, dr'essinaker, next door to Ivanhoe post,:will receive-prompt attention. Private Address-Young St., Ivanhoe, near-bowling green. L. EMERY'S, Cash Draper, HEIDELBERG RD., IVANHOE, ...For... Oeneral Drapery Ready-to-wear hats and Clothing Fancyz oods. &c. iDressmaking on Premises Ivanhoe News 'Agency. W.,GORDON HAMPTONI (Successor to R. Eadcs & Co.) AUTHOBRISED -NEWS AGENT, " . Bookseller, .etc., of Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe, stocks the latest British and American Magazines, Periodicals, Novel...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915
RAltWAY TIME TABLE. Melbourne (Prince's Bridge) to Heidelberg. Week Lays (Saturdays Ex'd.)-a.m.--5.40, 6.0, 6.21, ;32 6.47, 7.0, .7.145, 7.30 (H.), 8.0, 8.32, 45B;. 9., ; . O.P.7 11.8; p.m..-12?12; 1235, 1.120, 212 2?65, 52?,: 4.12, 4.45, 5.0, 5.15 (H.), 5.36, 6.52, 6.4. 6.25" 7.5, 7.35,8.0, 8.30, 8.55, 9.22 (F.), 9.30 10.15, (E.); .10.35, 31·.. 11.30.. F.-Fridays only. E.-Goes to' Elitham Tridays only. Saturdayi:-a.m.---.40, 6.0, 6.212, 6.32, 6.47,, 7.0, 7.145; 7.30 (H.), 6.0, 8.32, 8.456, 9.33'*, 10.27, .. 11.27; .pm.--125, 12.150, 12.37, 1.01. 1;10, .540 (H.); 2.10, .2.40,. 3.10, 3.48, 4.48, 5.15", 5f42; 6.0, 6.18 (H.), 7.5, 7.33, 8.30, 9.15, 9.55, 10.30, 10.55 11.30 . Suniddys -a. i.m.-10.5 (H.), 10.45 (H.), 11.0'; p.m.-12.40, 2.0, 232, 2.43, 3.10, 3.40, 4.25, 4.55, 5.3, 6.0 6.53; 71.25, 7.42, 8.40; 9.25, 10 To Alphington .only. $To Ivanhoe only. -Thlough to Eltham. (H.), Through to Hurst Biidge. tSteps Clifton Hill only. Trains leave Fairfield Park 21, Alphington 24, and Isanbo...
SECOND ROUND. 6th and 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915
SECOND ROUND. - 6th and 13th February. Tetfplestowe A v. Alphington :Greenaborough v. Templestowe B Fsir~eld v. Ivanhoe "Diamond Creek v. Heidelberg 20a h and 27th Felbruary. IvJaflhoe" v. Tenmplestowe A Bridiebi Fg iv.' GreCensborough ""Alphington :v.. Fairfield Tespletowe B v. Diamond Creek 6th and 13th March. SFairfield v.; Heidelberg Disimfiod. Creek v. Ivanhoe STemplektowe A v. Templestowe B Greeniborough v. Alphington 20th and 27th March. Diamond Creek v. Templestowe A Faifield i.. Greensborough rIvbnh e v. Heidelberg - Ttinplestowe B v. Alphington
FAIRFIELD CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915
FAIRFIELD CARNIVAL. Arrangements are practically complete for the dinner to be tended to the officers of the 55th (Collingwood) Infantry, and the 8th and 9th.Corps Engineers in the Fairfield hall this evening by the com mittee of the recent patriotic carnival. It is anticipated that the Governor and the Minister for Defence will be among the guests, and nearly 100 are expected. In addition to any toasts that the guests may propose, the following have been arranged:-" The .King," by Cr Coate (who will occupy the chair); "Our Guests," by Mr O. Forster; "Parlia ment," by Mr Hyslop; "The Press," by Mr Ruffle. The programme for the combined military and swimming carni val, to take place ne.t Saturday, dis closes a number of entertaining ard in teresting items, and a big success is an ticipated.
HEIDELBERG B v ABBOTSFORD BREWERY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915
HlIl)E]EMRG-B. ABBOTSFOWD BREWERY,. A two.days' match was commuenced last Saturday betwcoenbte tiboye clubs cnd will be conelild;iolday; S The followir@r e-the bcores- .HU DELBERO. - =" Walker, b Bell ... ....... O "A. Iri, o, b Reid.;.: ... ... W. varns, bBell..! C. WaJI, b Reid 6 Sw rd....iB ... aU ... o6 " Ea u W , b Bello ;. .-.. s. . .;. ' I.: i.?ucikb Reid ... ... o.. 7 P;: '. Dtrxon, not out ... . . 16 A ouag, b Reid ... W'V- . ,;.Twomey, c, b Barker . : .. '::: '. Twomeyi s b .Re 0 Sundries- . ".* 1 Total 621 '~. ABBOTBFORD. Gleeson, b Walker ... ....... O : Vaughan, runmout ... .. 42 Reid, c, b Young ... ... ...42 O'Callaghan, c, b Wall ... ... 7 Falconer, o, b Walker... ... 1 Blellj b Wall... .0. O Barker, b Wall -.. ... .. 0 Dawson, c, b Young ... .. 0 Mlurray, b Young ... ..... 11 Russell, not out ... . 9 Doyle,b Twomey ... I ..I ::-i. 6 Sinidries ... .. .. ... 2 Total... ... .. 8 Bowling --Walker, 2"for .22 Wall, 3 for 30; Ward, 0 for 9; Young, 3 for 13; W, Twomey, 1 fo...