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A.N.A. SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
A..A. SMOKE NIGHT. ,lr. Will C. Joy, the president of the local bIranch of the Ivanhoc Heidelberg branchl of the .\ustralian Natives' A\sociation, on Saturday evening, in the ivanhoc llall (nicely decorated for the occasion with flags provided by Mr. Baisett). entertained fully 100 members and visitors at a smoke nigiht to celebrate the unveil ing' of ai group photogrdaph of 17 p)ast presidenits of the branch, which he had procured and presented' to the lodge. After the loyal toast hadl been honoured, Mr. Joy said tiat they were assembled to dot honour to their past ptesidents, who had borne the brunt of the work. The Clifton H-ill and North Fitzroy lodges formed the brin.ch in 18S.)1, but it did not go ahead. Mr. John May, the first pre sident, with "other gentlemen, success fully launched the branch at the second attempt. After being at Heidelberg for a number of years, the branch was shifted to Ivanhoe, where the meetings are at present held. It now has ti5 menmbers, and, althoug...
RIVER FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
RIVER FET:E. A meeting was held at Rudder Grange on Saturday evening last to make ar iangements for the forthcoming fete. Reports from various sources were most encouraging, and those present formed themselves into sub-committees to com plete the arrangements. The promoters can still place to profitable advantage any offers of assistance mn the form of articles of value. A splendid series of entertainments is in course of prepara tion, and everything points to a substan tial result for the benefit of the Belgium and Red Cross funds.
A CHARGE OF LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
A CHARGE OF LARCENY. At the Heidelberg Police Court on Monday, before Dr. Rollason, .Cr. Stone and Gillesceln J:s.P., Harry Barr, G. A. Rice, W. R. B. Boyd, D. J. Ryan, C. G. Watson and R. W. Watson were proceeded against on a charge of larceny of harness, valued at £7, the property of C. P. Beck, and sheepskins, pillow slip rncl glasses, owned by Mlrs. Millett, 'f the "Farmers' Arms" Hotel, Greens borough. Senior-Constable Stewart prosecut ed, and Mr. W. N. Soinerberg ap peared for the -defendants. Geo. Millett, whose wife is licensee of the '"Farmers' Arms"' -Iotel, Grccnsborough, identified tile sheep skins and pillow slip, and said the glasses were similar to those they used. They missed three or four dozen such on the day in question. Charles Frederick Beck, a grocer in. Victoria -street, Abbotsford, swore that on Sunday, 14th inst., he drove a four-wheeled phaeton to Greens borougli, and'put up at Mlillett's hotel. When hIe went to harness up at about 7.30 in thle evening- the...
GOOD FRIDAY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
GOOD FRIDAY CONCERT. What promises to be one of the mliost interesting Easter entertainments is that being given at the Exhibition building on Good Friday night under the Faulkner Smith direction. The Victorian Festival Choir has beeu engaged to support Madame MIary Conly in her oratorio arias, and a very fine array of artists, both well-known and new, will appear during the evening. Madame Hanson Knarhoi, the violinist, also Miss Pauline Bindley, will'make their re-appearance in Melbourne, and Mr E. Fairhurst Darbyshire, a new English baritone, will be heard for the first time. Tickets are obtainable at the Pianola Co., 252 Col lins street.
MONTHLY NATIONAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
MONTHLY KATIOINAL CONCERT. For the Scotch night at the IMelbourne Town Hall on Saturday, April 10th, the Faulkner Smith management has secured the services of Madame Mary Conly, Madame Mlaggie Stirling, Madame and Mr Gregor Wood, Misses Jessie Cromb, Agnes Caples, Reba Rangan, Charlotte Brewster, Isobel Langlands, Mr Stephen McDonald, the Amphion Ladies' Quar tet, and the Highland Pipe Band.
AMBULANCE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
AMBULANCE COMPETITION. The Fairfield division of the St John Ambulance Brigade was very successful in the ambulance competitions held at Geelong on Saturday last. A magnifi cent silver shield, beautifully engraved with ambulance men at work, mounted on rosewood, valued at £10 10/, was competed for and won by Fairfield by 10 points. The competition consisted of stretcher drill, prepared stretchers, ren dering first aid, collecting wounded, loading and unloading waggons, hand seat method of carrying patient, impro vised stretcher and first aid work, ob. stacle race, carrying bucket of water on stretcher. Individual competition for bandaging and general knowledge of first aid work was won by Private F, David, who was the recipient of a hand some gold medal, suitably inscribed. Corporal Lashmund and Private Ridge way tied for second place, and Privato Grifliths was third. The trophies were presented in the evening by the Mayor of Geelong, who congratulated the Fair field division on its...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
::Dri. Basil J. Adamr ..... IVANHOE. Hours : S to 10 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Saturday, and Sundays, 9 to 10 a.lm. Vaccination--Tuesdays, 3 to 3 p.m. "Vi.st FAIRFIELD daily 11 a.m. (Sundays pesepted). Messages nmay bhe lefi~ at Mr. McGregor's. next to SIr. .: arsh's, Station-st~eet. DR. H. KIRWAN KING HIEIDELBERG. May be Consulted Daily, 9 to 11 a.m. Visita : Eltha-A-Mondays, 2 p.m. GOremsbereub- Mondasys, 4 p.m.; and Thursk a, I p.m. Diamod Cree--Thursdays, Oddlellows' Hall, S. @ p.m. D R.. RO L LA S 0 14 OP HEIDELBERG, iVLSITS Eltbrm--Tuesdays, 12 noon. GffeRelorough-Tuesda-s, 2.30 p.m. Diamond Creek-Fridays, 3 p.m. R. E. B. HEFFERNAN Has Removed to 8 STATION-STRPIEET. FAIRFIELD,. 'Phone, Northcote 362 Plrivate Hospital (Registered). " kA ORA," , IEIDELBERFG-ROAD, IVANHOIE-Close Station. Padients accommodatrd before and aiter aceouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention. Feo-s-Two and a half guineas. Visiting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certificated). "Rangeworthy," P RIVATE HOSP...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
)airy Produce and Small Goods Shop, GEO. TODD EGS to annuuounce that he has opened - a DAIRY PRODUCE AND SIALL OODS SHOP in I HEIDELBERGROAD, IVANHOE, S(oppositeiEades, Stationlri) here may be obtained the best brands of Vestern District BIutLter, Faomous Leura.: iso Gippslhnd brands: Hutton's Hams and lacou's and Small Goods, New Laid Eggs, lonusy, Cheese, Lard, &c. GOODS DELIVERED. FOR ALL SIGHT TROUBLES YoU SHOULD CONSULT .A- 'IBLY 4 95 JOHNSTON ST, COLLINGWOOD *(NEAS wnaur4GroN STrUT CAMERAS & PnOTOGRAPIIIC SOUPPL1IESSTOCKEDW Housekeepers i Do you know iti.PAYS YOU (to SAVE YOUR FAT &BONES COLLECTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICT. lHighest Prices Given. end Post Card to E. B. Roth, TEJMPLESTOWE BOILING DOWN WORKS, ROBERT DICK, House Decorator, Imlsortlr of Window Glass, Paper. hangings, and all Painters' Requisites, -EGS to intimate that 'he has Moved his Business to premises lately occnu pied by Mr Ende alE1DELalERG ROAD, IVANHOQE. Phone, Heidelberg 62. A...
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. IVANHOE WINS C PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO. CIATION.. IVANHOE WINS C PENNANT. (By Sir Francis.) During my absence at the seaside the chronicles of the bowls section of the association have been well recorded by ,,Sir Francis junior." I am glad I was able to be present at. the match last Saturday at the Victoria green, where our G teamn so distingnished themselves by winning tihe Victorian Bowling Asso ciation's C pensnant. So consistently have some of the players performed that the probability is that a few of them will have to be "promoted" next season. The Victoria green was in its usual per feet condition, ansd the three, rinks on which the match was played was "got up" in J. Turner's best style. The game was started well on time, and in the early stages Sandringham had a littlo the best of it. The scoring fluctu ated for and against, but in the later stages of the match our players assumed the lead and won hy 14 points. There was great enthusiasm on the "bank," as Ivanhoe supporters were mu...
Ivanhoe Methodist Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
Ivanhoe Methodist Sunday School. -4---- * The anyiversary of the above was celebrated oh:Sjtday and ,Tiesday last. On Sunrday three servtics were held. The class roo i, parti tions, which are so tixed that they may be taken down in sections, were removed, leaving to the children the whole of the platform, on which some 16o scholars were seated. l: e buldpg- ways most beautifully deoif~di;'1'bt "the teachiers. 'ihe mnorning service kvas coCiuted, by the Rev WV. Vardlon, rifternoon by Rev L E Bennett, MB A., and even ing by the Rev J. \W. Rowee, The spacious building was well filled at the morning and afternoon services, and was crowded in the evening. The scholars -under the leadership of Mr J. Jenkin, with Miss Coulthard at the pianoand Mr R. Fenton at the organ, and assisted by an efficient orchestra.- rendered hymn selec-I ticmt a eachi s'ervice. Thnii n$E I Glorious :lCon(ict;i il Wvhich .rp NvormanMoor? took the 'obligato. Her full sopris6 v,,ice wis riily revealecl, the top "B"...
BELMONT CALISTHENIC CLUB. DISPLAY FOR AUSTIN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
BELMONT CALISTlENIC ICLUB. DISPLAY FOR AUSTIN HOSPITAL In December last the Belmont Calisthenic.Club-a Fairfield organi sarion-gave their annual displ:iy in thle Fairlield hall before a very large audience. The programme was so highly appreciated that the instruct ress--Mrs Bennett-was asked to repeat it, and'it was suggested that the proceeds be devoted to the Austin Hospital. The patronage of the shire councillors and other local bodies was ieadily obtained and a committee, with Cr Coate as presi dent and Mr W. LeMas~urier as hIon. secretary, was appointed to carry out the details. The display took place in the Fairfield hall on Tuesday evening, Cr Ooate presiding, when there was an eminently satisfactory attendance, At the recent Ballarat competi tions the club obtained priies for rod drill and club swinging, and the merit of the performance may be guaged from the fact that teams from: all parts competed. Too much can not be said of the work that Mrs Benrnett is doing. The result...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
PITH AND POINT.: ; The Archbishop of MIelbourne will preach ,.S St Jsams', ITathoeC, to-1morrow morning. -\" g"lden BerhO toh6 Sid?lky- ausdhool vilr lIe teken uni at 'thoservic's.i i 4t John's, Heidolberg, the Crucifixion, by Stailndr, 'will bd sisg afte?'ithe oeniilng see ice to-norro'Yr oind oi XVcdielsdii, in l. ,In anugnienteci ctoir.. The Fairfield division of the St' John Amubulance Association holds , picture night un Monday, ;anlld receives assistanc from the Ivanlhoe Symphony Orchestra. Pro coeds will be divided between the Belgian Relief Fund and the nmbulancc. Heidelberg footballors are asked to meet for training and coaching at 7 p.m. oi Tuesdays and Thirsdavs. •c si:lNonlcd : ?s nceeiu 0 e-'? § A"lr in(1iUV 4'enirt - SoeieSi kikei ~"a"e.. -i i~Oiiqi'!y eeenig isr -i ;··
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
FOOTBALL. The annual meeting of the mene. bers of the Alphington Football Club -last years's premiers - was held in the Alphington hall last Monday evening, the president, Cr T'. Trevena, presiding over a satis. factory attendance ol members. After the minutes of the previous annual meeting had been read and confirmed the presidenlt said that at a committee mieeting lield about three weeks ago- it was decided to celebrate tile winning of the premier ship by holding a concert towards the end of April: Sulpporters of the club were called upoil for donations to help to pu:rchlmase:,old medals.-for the players. :lh"le canvas.1ers were most successful.ta-d tihe medals would be iresec-tel l it thie concert. The winning of th- premiership was a very creditamlJe licif frml;nce, and it was the hirst tiinme :t premiership had bdeu won by Alp!ington 'rThe balance-sheet showing a credit balance of f2 5s 3d, was read and adopted. The secretary (Mr C. Lancaster) reported a most .successful season...
JUMBLE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915
JUMBLE FAIR. £lommittees appointed by the Ivanhoe iAnglisciani, Bgptit, Methodist, and Prcsbvterian churchles metin aie latfter church on Monday evening, tlhe" Rev . Morris James, B.D., presiding, when the question of holding a fair in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund was further dis cussed. It was eventually decided to hold a jumble fair, with refreshment, produce,.flowers, sweets, and cake stalls, on a Saturday, ~fternooi aud c~ening, ii May. Anything remaining wlen" the fair is concluded will be sold by auction. Donations,.of anything and everything will be gratefully received. The Belgian Consul has been asked to open the fair. A strong executive committee, with Mr Will C Joy as secretary, has been ap oit1 tc. o l gar'y ot.. thle necessary de tails ..