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APPOINTING A VALUER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
.PPOIiNTL£NG A VALUER. ir-At the last meeting of the idberg Shire Council a dliscus Sarose as to a revaluation of the shoe riding, andl the appointmlentl Svaluer for the o-t;pose. Surely ratepavers will not tolerate the uintnent of the rate collector, Sholds his position at the will of coauncillors as valuer. An experi d outside valuer at £100 would "etter for the riding than a rate tctor at £50, and probably in the ?, msnore economical. Cr. Coate, iis looked upon as one of the tlong-headed and practical coun lr made a very pertinent remark in he stated. "If thle rate collec ~could fintld time to take on valu t?hen his timne was nriot fully occu If a revaluation of the riding necessary, then let us have one "e values are not likely to ,be d.--youtrs etc., RATEPAYER.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [?] do not hold ourselves responsible for, [?] identify ourselves with, the opinions [?] by our correspondents. COLD-FOOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
rS TO THE EDITOR. told oselVC responsible for, t old rsels with, the opinions 'bY ur correspondents. coLD-FOOTERS. e troublious days, when in tsech a prominent topic, ting estract from a letter froirm one of our boys eilFrance " may be of ht "J certainly prove that we are not as pat a i heolia in our efforts to *rd stredlo and the consequent Sihe victrre boys who are o tuch for us at the front as olant llies the French. After ltg e pleasures and comfort riblfl%,,jrg resting ill a "nice e lnvin,, a comfortable ill ,els, he asks, "\What nld oe wish for?' and, re s his surroundings, says: ore looking very pretty he people are all out cut Their Ecrops, of which there 5e0tl. Ftrance is the place , n things. There is not a roind wasted, and how the of gr5 and girls have to work! amene old women of seventy can s's job, and working-from Still night in the fields. In dck next to this house there hI on1an aged seventy-five w horses and a plough, and , been for two days ploughing the ie. Do yo...
ENTERTAINING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
ENTERTAINING SOLDIERS. Another enjoyables evening's enter tainment was provided for the boys at the Strathallan Rest Home on Wednes day evening, 7th inst. The concert ar ranged by the Ivanhoe branch of the Patriotic League, through its represen tatives, MIesdames Brockwell and Knell, was much appreciated, as a very bright programme was submitted. Items were rendered by Mesdames Wainwright and Mloore, the Misses Sedgefield, Janes and Scott, and Messrs Langford and Grain ger. It is gratifying to record that these ladies and gentlemen so willingly give their services in such a good cause. To them, as well as to Messrs Wenzell, Stokes and Janes, who placed their the promoters tender their best thanks.
The Vatican and the War. ADDRESS AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
The Vatican and the War. ADDRESS AT HEIDELBERG. Notwithstanding the wintry weather on Wednesday evening there was a good attendance in the Recreation hall, Hei delberg, to listen to the address given by *the Rev. F. A. Hagenauer, of Castle maine, on "The Vatican and the War." The meeting was held under tihe aus pices of the Heidelberg Shire Ministe rial Association, for the purpose of form ing a branch of the Victorian Protestant Federation. The Rev. A. Hardie (secre tary of the association) introduced the chairman (Mr Robinson, president of the Ivanhoe branch of the Protestant Federation); and the Rev. James (Ivan hoe) opened with prayer. The President said that nothing but a great emergency like the present would cause the Protestants to federate. They weire Pro-testants against impiety, ini quity, and assumption of improper pow ers. There was the nucleus of a strong branch of the federation in the district, and in Victoria there are 1000 members being enrolled every day. Notwiths...
FAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
FAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. The members of the Fairfield Rifle club spent a very enjoyable day at Tem plestowe on Cup day, and in the after noon shot a match with the local team, which resulted in a win for the Fair fieldites by 20 points. Conditions were 8 shots, 2 sighters at 200 yds. The best 10 men to count scores were--Fairfield 352, Templestowe 332. Best scores for the winners were-W. Fry 37, T. Pettit, VW. Crowley, and F. Smith 36, and for the losers, W. Ross and R. Smith 37, T. Matthews 36. The two top scorers shot off for a trophy presented by Fairfield, which resulted in-a win for the captain, W. Ross. Messrs L. Stewart and J. Whitehead carried out a programme of races for the ladies and children, which materially added to the success of the outing. The Fairfield Rifle club held their weekly shoot last Saturday for the 600 yds. final of captain's trophy (handicap and scratch), and V.R.A. medal final. H. Hyslop won the captain's scratch event, and W. Plowman the handicap. The V.R...
THE ELECTIONS. JIKA JIKA.—(Incomplete). [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
THE ELECTIONS. JIKA JIKA.-(Incomplete). Voters on Roll, 30,242 (Men 14,171 Women 16,059). J. CAIN (Caucus Labour). S. DENNIS (National). G. H. JEWELL (Ind. Labour).. A. MAY (National). Dennis Jewell May Cain Heidelberg 81 6 366 191 Fairfield 422 26 513 574, Ivanhoe 208 10 630 76 Alphington 70 3 168 13I Northcote S. 625 29 353 915. Croxton 513 106 846 1,317 Northcote 725 119 732 1,941 N. Fitzroy 342 46 437 1,054 Preston 236 54 767 1,091 Postal votes :61 4 44 M Totals 3,283 403 4,856 7,511. .Informal, 480. Voting in 1914:- Menmbrey, 7,111; Morgan, 5,623. In the Evelyn electorate the voting was-W. H. Everard (National), 2,051; R. C. Kelly (I. National), 016; J. Rougot (M. National), 2,107. (Incomplete).
GREENSBOROUGH FLOWER DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
GREENSBOROUGH FLOWER DAY. (Fiom Our C(rrespondent). Flower Day was duly started hereor Saturday last in the Athletic Hall, kind. ly-lant for- the.occasion by Mr Butler. This function, instituted by thIe Victorian Education Department primarily in aid of the State schools patriotic fund, was financially, and in every other way, a most pronounced success. Another, and certainly more perumanent resuln being that a love of flowers is encourag ed and developed Perhaps in thistime of stress of warfare and business eanxiety, thIe departmnent is "building better than it knows." A prominent Melbourne business man recently remnarked, "thi sooner we got back to the enethodso! nature, with her quiet orderly systemo progress, the better for all concerned. Now, if this is a fact, then imrely the cultivation and interest in flowers, writ tlleir beauty and iefining influence, mult to a large extent counteract the calluon ness and materialism of business lift Witnessing the magnificent display d blo...
SNAPSHOTS FROM HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
SNAPSHOTS FROMl HOMIE. Give cheer to the boys in camp and on shipboard by sending them pictures from home. There are likely to besome tedious homesick days, and a little cheer up in the way of plhotographs of the home folks and hdome doings will do them a lot of good. Anyone who has a camera, no matter how small, can help, by joining the league, which costs noth ing, only a little time and pleasure. Just drop a card to the local secretary, Mr II. Ashmlan, "Raveloe," Arthur street, Fairfield, and hlie will send you all the information necessary and put you on the right track towards doing your bit to give pleasure to qur boys at the front, who are longing for photos of their dear onies. Each district has its own.little band of workers, and helps to make the league flourish.
Fairfield Bowling Club. "B" PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
Fairfield Bowling Club. "B" PENNANT. (By "Morris.") Fairfield visited the historic bowling green at Windsor last Saturday, and suffered defeat at the hands of Mel bourne. This is Fairfield's third suc cessive defeat this season, and if the club is desirous of being near the top of the section at the end of the season, the members will require to get the prover bial move on. On Saturday, the club fell to pieces after the 20th end. In the last five ends Mielbourne scored 33 to 13 scored by Fairfield. The same trouble was noticeable in the Mloreland match, Fairfield again being a bad finisher. It shows there is something wrong some where. The scores in this game were Melbourne 114, Fairfield 90. IKimpton and his team were again the best per formers for Fairfield, being the only rink to score a win. Yet, strange to say, in this game they were the worst offenders; in the last 5 ends Tuff scored 10 to nil. Le Masurier put up_a good game against Lascelles up to the 20th end, the scores bei...
BAND CONCERT AT IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
BAND CONCERT AT IVANHOE. The Heidelberg District Brass Baud held a concert sin tihe Ivanhoe hall on Tuesdayevening, but owing to coulter attractions theattendance was not good. This, hoqwever, did not affect the per formance, thle progr?miu e being carried out.to the enjoyment of all thos.e pre sent. The object of the concert was to raise funds for tihe purpose of entering for the A.N.A. contest in January next, and also to provide uniforms. The in tention is to hold a series of concerts thlroughout the district. The Band, ivhich Shows an improvement, and de serves the support of the public, played Wagner's works, which are set down as a contest piece. They also played selec tions from Faust, and "Songs of Great Britain and Ireland," the band compris ing 21 muembers; under the able conduc tbrslip of Mr W. Saville. Mr F. Rowe w~as encored for Ilis spirited rendering pf the sbng 'Theli Veteran," and also f?'r "The Land ~-I love." Bandsrnan "'. Browse gave a cornet solo, "O Lovely Nigl...
Heidelberg Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
Heidelberg Bowling Club. (fly "¶?r.aw the Shot.") On Saturday last Heidelberg re corded their second win in pennant play for the season, against More land, who were until this maitch utin heaten. That Moreland met with a surprise there could be no doubt, as they took their defea. atiything but kindtl-, By the judicious use of manures the green had been briought into bet ter condition, ahd beyond that No. 4 was not drawinig too well on one hand, I heard no complaints from the visitor·s. Unfortunately a little dif ference in recording the scores was probably answ9erable fora bit of feel ing being aroused in dne ofsthe rinks. This might have been obviated, and a more enjoyable game puit utip, if the scorers had been more alert to their duty, and by occasionally comparing scores preventing mistakes. The Rev. Hardie's and John May's rinks put up great scores, keeping their adversaries well in hand from the start, the skippers themselves put ting up some very telling shots. May admits he'...
W.C.T.U. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
W.C.T.U. A well attended meeting of the Fair field branch of theW.C. T.U. was held in the Presbyterian Church. Important work was arranged and discussed. Mrs Lugton was elected superintendent of the Cradle Roll, and the committee de cided to meet at her residence to ar range for mothers' meetings. In con nection with Sunday School work five ladies, each representing their own de nomination, offered to supply Sunday School teachers with pledge cards. Mrs Fullard (president), Mrs Angus (secre tary), Mrs Griffen and Mrs McIntyre were chosen as delegates to the annual conference. Mrs Gates read a well thought out paper on "Activity," for which she was heartily thanked. Several new members were received into fellow ship.
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. LAST SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Notes by Sir Francis.. The fixture of the- A. team last Saturday was at Caulfield. It is an association apparently'foutided on the lines of the Ivanhoe Club. They have a spacious bowling green, large tennis courts; and c"oquet lawns. ~ It has .a very high hedge on .the south .side, which is a good break-wind. They are really very good players at Caulfield, and with the exception of H. Oankes' rink, who won, and A.' Walker's four, who were down one in the last end, they vanquished Ivanhoe to the tune of 48 points,- F. Bryant's four will ,-not forget the dressing-down they got .on No. I rink at the hands of Farnsworth and his associates. Ivanhoe-only scored four singles -to: the colossal score of 44 putup against .them. The green. was excessively keen, but even that should not liave made the difference. Ccrtaiinly 'the element of luck was against Bryant, but superioi play was winning factor. . George Gay altered the posi...
IVANHOE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
IVANHOE PICTURES. The management regret very much thle accident that occurred last Saturday night, anld assures their patrons that everything has been well tested during the week, and hope to open to-night (Saturday) with just as big a house as they would have had last Saturday. They are screening three special pic tures, featuring Emma Whelan in "Van ity," William S. Hart in "The Darken ing Trail,', and Charlie Chaplin in "His Flirting Ways," which they hope will make amends for last Saturday's mis fortune.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
Dr. J. V. Griffith D ESIRES to intimate, that during his absence, DR. CEDRIC ROCHE has undertaken to take charge of his practice. DR. ROCHE may be consulted at his teems, corner Heidelbcrg and Waterdale roads, during the following hours ; 9 to 10 1 to 2.30 p.m. and 6 to 7.30 p.m. Henderson & Ball (Thomas Henderson-Robert G. Ball). SOLICITORS & CONVEYANCERS. NORMANBY CHAMBERS, 130 LITTLE COLLINS STREET, MPILBOURNE. Money to lend on Freehold Mortgages. MR. R. G. BALL'S Address: "-Toolangl," Heidelberg-noad. near Studley-road, IVANHOE. Telephone-5973. GEORGE F. PITCHER Solicitor and Conveyancer, 423 LITTLE COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE. Telephone, .Central 587, Private address-" iMehatabel," 89 Grange-road, ALPHINGTON. cINERNEY AND IMcINERNEY, Barristers and Solicitors, 89 Queen Street, Melbourne. Partners Dr. T. P. McINERNEY, M.A. T. M. McIN.ERNEY, C.M.G. Have Trust Moneys to Lend. YOUR SELF RESPECT DEMANDS TIAT you give your Teeth attention. I will advise you of their nee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 November 1917
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