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THE RECENT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
THE RECENT ELECTION. A final meeting of Cr. S. Dennis's election committees was held in Mr E~; C. iYeomans's office, Northcote, last: week, Cr. A. Mason beilg in the chair. Representaties were present from- all parts of the electorate. The Chairman ·congratulated Cr. Dennis on the straiglit forward manly pay in wihich he' had fought the contest, and although-he had been unsdccessful this time ie hpped to see him come forward again, and he felt sure his numerous supporters would again rally round him to help secure his return. Cr. Deniis, in replying, saidhe heartily wished to thank one and all of ihe members of the different committees for the work thley had'doine on his be half, and although he had been defeated this time he Wivould be willing to again place his services at' the disposal.of the electors at some futire date if required.
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. (By Sir Francis) [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION. ASSOCIATION. . /· " .(By Sir Francis) The first ' A "'pennant mate?i ofthlle sea: Ssol f the nlocal Club was aaist South .Muelbourne; " and" the Ivanhoe boslshers "miiade a capital defence against 'their ;opppoients oii: the Ivanhoe .green; being defeated: by abotit a dozei' points. Last Saturday 'the retuiri match was. on tlhe beautifully-situ.ted, green in :St. Vinceint' Gardens, South Melbourne. Soulth Melbourne is: one of the oldest -clubs in the metropolis, and onu the nierit board presidents for about the last. 40 years are shlown.'i, But there were presiderits eveni. be fore this remote period. :Amongtlhe clhaimn; pions listed on the board I;notiied itheilanies of W_: H. Cooper (foir -about half-dozei times in succession),i . \StV.ilmio e; J p : .'Grut,- aiid all are still, engagedl. in the .pastime. r.\ith the exception of one rink' Ivanhode "inade a creditable disilayb,.ti 'b n the tcitals were defeated by 38:points. The'green,. althlough so 'pict...
GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB 'DISPLAY. " The fourtli annual display and concert in conuection with St. Paul's Girls' Ath letic Club tookl place, in the, Fairfield Hall onl Tuesday last, the building behiig full. The proceeds are to be devoted to the fund. for blind and disabledl soldiers, arid it is expected that ~10 will be net ted; During the evening MlIiss B. Lacey was presented with a silver jewel case in recognition of her work as pianiste dur inlg the year. Miss D. Butcher, a meni ber. of the junior club, Was presented with a silver iledal for attendance. This was promised by Miss V. Setford (in structress) in the early part of the year. The girl attended every practice during the year, as well as every extra practice arranged for. The programmie, which was interesting, and reflected credit on the instructress, was as follows:--Over ture; free exercises, senior club; High land fling, Miss K. Crichtoih's pupils; sonlg, MIiss J. Potter; club swinging, ju nior clib; humnorous recital, Mi...
A SOLDIER'S WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
. SOLDIER'S \VIDDING;. eter , ears -n'' a c . tie service, facing 'n tile deadly missiles of the a and accordia, to " Siter Susie," tl?e ir thero , Eniler and glances of tile :t6, thle bridegroom returned to e i ole oundey d by one of Cupid's tehrrn a intatediate andtl' uncon Ste;..i'der. 'T hus, khlaki was in n SitI~Ice at thle local Methodist * z Irday afternoont the 8th ijst:, e?tt?- 1?r . little weddi, g toolk t?Tract rti rank Jolly ofilciating, and St"l . Parties bein MIr. Ftrank f"d 0£ l vv May Clayton, eldest hi cl i. (Ca;ytont, of Greents rl e thurch waa beautifully decor lnt?ens .,,i the bride, and the ehantd o tile service was in tlhe "n of the llie Sims. At the Sth• c servce, the National An, un ?t ,bi'r r for Soldiers .were rch to te ctatsrs, stlto filled :, COverllwting. The bride was cr'te e i l ahlite silk, with the h tC g C .s , the hridesm aids- Miss (id, li, (;I race Trevena, and t tal .oe n beinhg similarly attired. h h en a 3way by Mr. Burkett, dierie , wil lst t...
IVANHOE RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
IVANHOE RED CROSS SOCIETX. 'Tlle followiig airticles ha've bee , des patcihed to headquarters, .ederal Goi: eminent Hon?use for, Septemlser and Octo ber:-24 suits ·vyjamas, 256 masherS; 146 pails socks; 16 caps, 30 pairs slippers, 25 pairs: mittens, 37 pairs bedsocks, 7.3 scarves 19 cardigan vests, 8 flannelI shirts; 10 lIalaclava helmets, 1 p.ur gloves, .3 calkes soap, 43 pillowstlips, 2 towels; 1 surgical towel, 20 a'bsorbent pads, S handkeichiefs; 13 rolls. linen, 30 kit-bags. T'he tlsnks of the society are teldered to the followiong l~dies for donations re ceived :-S: iu handlkerchiefs; 2 towels, 5 pillowsTlips; Mrs Fry : 1 cap, Mrs Owelf ; 23"-?Vshers 14 paiis inittenis, 11 :pairs socks; 7 scarves, 7 balaelavas :CooerwllM Church:. of iEnigland Girls' Gr'muimar Schoid ' iia airs slippeir St.Janies Girls? Clublf 1 c'mrdi' ii l;iis Suittont 02 -wishi ersI. Gr'acei Brlgeri od l inn Miesdamres Ainderso"n, Si:ki dore,,I-at:: Cai'iably j., Patersoni, Cas.?y- "rr:inh ',?sm ionth a ~spe...
GREENSBOROUGH. METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
GREENSBOROUGH. --6-- M1ETHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. 0: Sunday last, the 60th anniversary of h e2ve was celebrated. The afternoon *i:c was conducted by the 1Rev. Frank I:t Baling his retarlks on tile' verses, T: d is miore to be desired than gold," r `Thy word is sweeter than honey," etc., a t aend gentlematn, by ' illustrations, en:c, t dc.. imalle abundantly clear to criathful audience the preciousness and r:tanet. oi lod's word. There was rc alarcer attendance ait the evening ser -. 4ductled by thle Rev. W. 11. H1-odge. : t the .eriioni anl Empire Honour Roll, .. the nanmes of 21 ex-scholars of the Sas unveiled. Thl'lis ceremiony was -:.ted by SMr. 11. Mlitclell. tile super r.haa. Mlr. Mitchell feelingly referred to L!it that all tile lads whose namtes were -a i roll had been under Ihis charge in Ei -4ol. consequently lie fel\ an intense imal interest in tlhemn, and they were r.-acoily remembered by him at the throne 6 trace. lie urged thle parents and all M:'aiad Uith the lads whlo we...
XMAS TREAT FOR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
X':?iAS i1 REAT0 FOR SOLDIERS., d"t tihe monthlyl nieetingof the Heidel-r berg Distfrict Patriotic and Red Cross Society, lield at Ivanhoe on Thifrsday. The i~presidelit of -the shire, Councillor Bry)ant, s??ient: £1 ahd Mrs Lowe, of Heidelberg; £, :towards- expenses of Christmas dinner and tea to be given on Friday, December 21. It is expected that about 350 soldiers will be. at Stratli allan; 'aid the camp and neniebers df:the committee inthe.different divisions will be glad to receive donatiomis in-, money, cakes or fruit from frierids. ' '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
Dr. J. V. Griffith D ESIRES to intimate, that during his absence, DR. CEDRIC ROCHE lhas undertaken to take chargo of his practice. DR. ROCHE may be consulted at his rooms, corner Heidelberg and Waterdale roads, during the following hours. 9 to 10 1 to 2.30 p.m. / and G to 7.30 p.m. '" Silistria," Private Hospital, YARRA STREET, HEIDELBERG. Nurses Dunn and Wood (Registered) •t ECEIVE Midwifery cases with or. .1.1 without Doctor. Also Medical and Convalescences. Every care and attention. Terms moderate. Phone Heidelberg 211. Henderson & Ball (Thomas Henderson--Robert G. Ball). SOLICITORS & CONVEYANCERS. NORMANBY CHAMBERS, &au LITTLE COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Money to lend on Freehold Mortgages. MR. R. G. BALL'S Address :- "Toolangi," Heidelberg-soad. near Studley-road, IVANHOE. Telephone--5973. GEORGE F. PITCHER Solicitor and Conveyancer, 428 LITTLE COLLINS-STREET. MELBOURNE. Telephone, :Central 587, Private address-" MIehatabel," 89 Grange-road, ALPHINGTON. M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
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The Inner Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
-E. Ge'Dew S ' PUlIlf.IS "IT[*.D EVERY. SATURDAY MOLVNING SAT'UlRDAY', DECEMBER 15. The Inner Fight. While the greatest figlit ofi the world is: taking pjlace on the battlefields.o t Europe for the freedom of, civilized na tions, there is a contlict; going on within a part ofd the British ::Enipire as to whc thor reiiforccn ?ents shall be sent to those men who have been playing tbie grdater "game, :aid are calling out for a: spell.. lWhecn it.was decidedito.taklte a refeien duim on th '-subjeet, all the malcouiterits with oie consclit .leganto mkualk oexcuses. hicro is tlhe c :onscien itiois --objectir, tihe nttrmiationialiist, ihe yot lit? ho hss not'a vte tilme pcirsoi. who voul : not; send ani othler Iotherl a son to bea soldier: tlihe imbelieveir who distisiiutes bills on which as ted p "."l Whit woucind Christ- say,"- the?-ould be politici i'i who is cdis p point.ed I cem.ushbe p-mas fnot olerecd aseat mu Parliament, the iail- ittei r a hos prie pired to Fill o- thep side that ...
FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
FAIRFIELD. De Fairfield Hall was comfortably filled l?a nday evening last, Cr. Bryant. pre i' .Or chibald Strong gave an excellent ibri t,. --:*h he said he believed the wL;endu was going through on the 20th. :~utelcd figures to show that out of 18 Aa.i~u! all but one the wages in Australia IdB*! as high as those in Germany. HIe .a soticd a letter showing that anti-con :ion its in Syduey had appealed to enemy -hking for financial support' to con t ahe t [malgn against conscription. -tit ,IcMahon, giuing Iris fourth ad lt day, gave details of the battle . said thle only man who is nlot help Ioldiers is the one who votes " No." Idies in all thie States were 5 to 1 our of conscription. People had asked ian Irishiiain and a Catholic, what h opiion of l)r. alantnix, and hlie re Sat hit presentce on the platformn for lion5 proved that lie disagreed with :tide of Dr. 'lannix, but as the op of a chiurchl to which hlie was a belong, he refused to criticise its iop. Tile sergeant asked the pe...
Reinforcements Referendum. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
Reinforcements Referendum. HEIDELBERG. ire president (Cr. Bryant) presided TDe thire in lieidelberg last week, when ta. Berr gave a description of whi ? ~ daring the six months he was liv u infamilv in Berlin in 1910. rabt a u . t r every day, some people pf hor that it would be in three years niSt is 20 years.. It was a mistake to a ,the [-ght is only against the -Kai t the mihitar people; it is agaist"t in ersiai The leader. o the r," ?r party said that Germany needs C. int all dimecs, and Ileckel, whom t u, er sow, declared that Germany e ~ae a large part of the British colo * W. druff gave his experiences-as a .o the kicld, and strongly advocated gea. etrposed a motion to the 'effectt Crre reeit pledged themselves to do at eir psower to secure an affirmati?v e al reeardl conscriptionl of wealth, A"d ou ila Australia had raised 187 'ptttd; within its shores and made f ol r 13 mtillions over the war. lardie seco?ded the motion, and.also a votte of thanks to the speakers. du' carri...
THE TRUTH WHAT THE GOVERNMENT WANTS [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
THE TRUTH WHAT THE GOVERNMENT WANTS Australia must keep her forces ip :o full strength; voluntarism has failed :0 do this; voluntarism cannot do it The Government is asking for. such power as will enable Australia to do her duty in this respect. The Govern. ment does not ask for a blank cheque but for a definite and limited poler, TERMS OF THE SCHEME. 1. Voluntary enlistment is to con. tinue. 2. The number of reinforcements required is 7000 per month. 3. Compulsory reinforcements will be called up by batlot to the extent to which voluntary en. listment fails to supply this number. 4. The ballot will be from among single men only, between the ages of 20 and L4 years (in. cluding widowers and divorcees without children dependent upon them). 5. The following will be exempt:. (a) Persons who are physically unfit for service! (b) Judges of Federal and State courts, and police, special and stipendiary magistrates; (c) Ministers of religion; (d) Persons whose employment in any particular i...
The "Returned Men" Lie Be Guided by Those Who Know. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
The "Returned Men" Lie Be Guided by Those Who Know. In, the campaign of lies and mis representation which is being carried on by the "antis" much is being made of the allegation that returned sol diers are against the proposals of the Government for sending reinforce ments to the men at the front. The events of the past few days-events which have not been confined to one city or one State-have conclusive ly demonstrated, however, that in stead f being against the reinforce ments propos Is the returned men are almost to a man with the Ministry in this matter. In every State a ballot of the re turned men has been taken on the question, and in every case there has been an overwhelming majority in favor of a "Yes" vote being given on December 20 by those who have al ready fought for the Empire and who undoubtedly know the real and ur gent need which exists for reinforce ments. For instance, in South Aus tralia the ballot taken among the e turned men gave a majority of 88 per cent. in fa...
Mr. Sam. Mauger says "No." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
MIVr. Sam. Mauger says "No." Mr Samuel Mauger had a good attefid ance in the Ivanhoe hall on Thursday evening, and had a most attentive hear ing. Mr Ross ("Socialist" editor) was in the chair. Mr Mauger disagreed with the disfianchising of some AIustraliai natives born of German parents,: and' asked what the A.N.A. was doing about it. He said conscription was a relic of barbarism, and opposed the contention that the means justifies the end.- 'Ifthe means justifies the end, "Germany'rwas justified in overrunning Belgium and sinking the Lusitania. He could not un derstand the attitude of the Christian churches, especially the -free churches (hear, hear), and it has been given'a set, back. 'Dr Mannix has as much right-to express what he thinks as Mr, Worrall. He severely criticised the edilitor.of the Christian Endeavor, pointed out the, aw ful conditions arising froin drinik and imiortality caused through the war, and said no king or demiocracy had a right to mitake a free man fight a...
Men and Lies THE PEACE MONGER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 December 1917
Men and Lies THE PEACE MONGER. It would be well if the community would inquire what manner of men are they who advise the people to vote ' No ?' upon -December 20. A glance around thein ranks will reveal that lthey are composed, for the most part, of men who .are willing to accept peace at any price, of men 'who have been asso ciated with rank disloyalists, of men who have deliberately fomented strikes in order to prevent Great Britain and hler Allies from receiving supplies of toodstuffs wherewith to feed the Allied armies and,the Australians. To most of these men it has all along been a matter of indifference whether the Em piro fell or triumphed; it has been a matter of indifference whether Austra lia became a German possession or re mained a free country. Disregarding all calls of patriotism and of loyalty, they have avowed themselves as pre pared to lead the way to an infamous peace. What their objects have been and .are at the present time it is not dificult to guess. What per...