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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

MAN ! -- I AND His CLOTHES Almost daily we notice how particular / Q I the average man has become. For "the ; man who cares" concerning his outward t" ý: / .t appearance, we can confidently apyeal from the standpoint of knowing bosfand just what to supply to fulfil the require- . ments of men who desire Clothes of - jI \ i i' Perfect Fit and Style and SDependable Qualities - . Our list of Satisfied Customers is on the increase. We spare no effort to give complete satisfaction to the man who en trustshis order to us. Let us please you we are pleasing others. Why not ? , SHave you seen the New Cloths? I If you haven't, you should not fail to do /?ll so. I Our splendid assortment of Newest . Fabrics in attractive but refined patterns ll will surely please every taste. I Our New Style SAC SUITS I Perfectly Cut, Made and Finished. This is value unbeatable and is winning us'new friends daily. V.6-50 T. TREVENA & SON, The Reliable LADIES' and GENTS' TAILORS, Established over 3U yea...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Patriotic League & Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

Patriotic League & Red Cross Tlie usual monthly mnecting was held eialici than usual, on' account of Christ anns holidays.. It t met on Deceber 13 in I vanlioe Itall, Mrs. Ii. .Burrell presiding. I}lon. secretary (Mrs. J. A. King) read cor respondence re the metal branch. Mir. J. A. King has been autlhorised to be the col lector for the Heidelberg district, and is hoping soon to hiove a central depotin Ivanm lioe, to wlhich the different divisions will send all articles to. 'The saving of all kinds of tins, medicine bottles, corks, rubber, tin foil, etc., is becoming a national duty, and the committee are -grateful to \lr. .King for taking charge of samie; also request from Alrs. i)rake'l rockman, who is bringing out a book on the " Voluntcer W\orkers fori the \\ar." and asking members to register names. EJach division has a list for names to be. linput on. T'he lion. treasurer's (Miss Tyrer) receipts for month were:-l-ouse..to hlouse collections: Heidelberg. £8/9/3; Jay;uih...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Councillors' Annual Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

Councillors' Annual Dinner. · Once a year the councillors and staff of the Heidelberg Shire Council dine to gether at the Sir Henry Barkly Hotel, and on Tuesday, after the council meet ing, the President of the shire (Cr. F. S. Bryant) presided at the annual gathering. The first toast was that of "The King." The President proposed the toast of "The HI-Ion. J. G. Membrey," expressing the pleasure of all at seeing him amongst them, and hoping to again see him back in his old seat for Jika Jika unless he is promoted to a higher position. (Ap plause.) He had the pleasing duty of presenting to Mr Membrey a letter, un 'der, the seal of the council, and signed by all the members, recognising the valuable services he had rendered to the district during the time he was the State member. The people had known him as a ''White man and a straight man," as he had .never failed to do his best for the district, and opposed anything that was likely to injure it. He hoped Mr and Mrs Membrey would enj...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CONCERT AT STRATHALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

CONCERT AT STRATHALLAN. A most enjoyable concert was given on Wednesday week by Madam Mary Conly, ably assisted by her Quartette party (Mesdames Hook and Mansfield, and Messrs Sage and Hook) ; Mrs Dunn; elocutionist; Miss Queenie Sedgfield, violinist; and Miss Ethel Crocker at the piano. The boys thoroughly appreciated every item, and the encores were numer ous. Mesdames Brockwell and Kuell thank Madam Mary Conly and. all the artists who took part; also..: Messrs Wright, Wenzel and Chambers for the use of their motor cars.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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OPERETTA AT IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

OPERETTA AT IVANHOE. :r,,nance ofa kinld which seldom, if 'te.:en staged in Ivanloc, was pre TuredaV, December 11, to an Srich well filled the hall, and a r etntly well appreciated it. The Si?e th of staging in the Ivanhoe a c-opecrating help to the suc se optretta. Cinderella of the Little i'r is a musical drama requiring :e' caste for its production. There Smatter of fact. some fifty per . to took part, and the leading :cW: ine were far too inuerous for ' tccoun of their acting to be set ?'e ,Srt outstanding feature which St.e auditors was the uniform ex f the singing. Not only were the i; oa clorIus sung with excellent -. co with full regard to light and it: ere was no straining for effect rC-es. The principals, too, were Sci voice wllich were both good 2e 1 and fitted the parts allotted STh whole production, as a matter 7.re a.le evidence of careful pre ?d rhearral. In tiis reg;ard, a -r:s;e alust be extended to Mrs. -ir"h. on wlhom the responsibility i; ;: producing the piece f...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

HEIDELBERG SCHOOL CONCERT. The concert given in the Recreation Hall on Wednesday evening by the State school children, in aid of the Education. department's patriotic fund and prize fund, was a great success. The hall was full, and the warm evening made many feel as if they were in a vapor bath- The Chairman of committee (Rev. A. Har die) explained that owing to the preva lence of measles many of the leading children were unable to take part. Dur ing the year the school had contributed the sum of. .1225 for patriotic funds. The followinig scholars had won certificates : --Merit : Allan Rank, Margaret and Laura Langlands, Rhoda Parker, Edith Wall, Evelyn SheffieId, Gladys Pierce, Mabel Vietz; Qualifying- certificate : George Sheffield, Roy Simmons, Robert Watson, Nellie Stone, Edna Jackson, Jean Senior, Eileen Mills; allowed se cond trial in mathematics: Marjorie Dawson. With a 'record like this, said the Chairman, it shows that the children can do as well in Heidelberg school, un de...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Ivanhoe Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

Entertaifnmotents. December 5, the pupils of Y~ednlda dted' b- one or two others F- L, a concert in the Parish i.blo"e' of the Red Cross and inl hich benefited to the ex ] , Tile hall was packed to ! - delightful programme was .e antidli mu t have caused the t WC'deal of time and trouble. Sa gladea y tle chairman (Rev. ?' a d'e all1 thle rehearsals were i.'tjne of tile children, and i l th ia "entio for the sacri e'sc ''l The senior girls opened :I tit _th t. plsical culture display, i'c tn -t antd" physique were clo , deporn ti icih -Mr. English (of the t i ros.) bestows on them. P ptern tableauX, "St. Monica's Sc e"od by .Miss 1. Lowe, which e2r" attz?.c _l presented. Three .i et rewull Girls' Grammar (, i th Coe a little play entitled ~.? stia'l . and their histrionic Sl"'? t'dil The parts were taken .? ie ai dy Constance Poole; ";i:c ",heit Crocker; maid, Dulcie e. c;: e1 i. i much amusement. The S.' c a folk dance by a goodly '" crla whicli was charningly ruc o a of colouring i...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

HEIDELBERG PICTURES. "The Circus Cyclone" (comedy), "The. man from Manhattan" (political drama), "The secret of the submarine,"-anud a comedy,.'Two Spot Joe," make a good programme for to-day. -For next week "The Circus Dancer" will Supply thrills by the million, and children are advised to see the bills for particulars of the Christnmas stocking imatinee competition. FAIRFIELD, TFIEATIE PICTURES. The matinee this aftertioon will be specially good for the children, "The Lass. of the Lumberlands," in - which Helen Holmes takes the leading part, appealing. to the juvenile mind. Mary Pickford excels in "The poor little rich girl," and the mystery of the Double Cross will be explained; There'is a spe cial prograimme for Boxing Night, in ,Eluding "The Snarl," "The Fireman" (Ch~ap.in, by request), anid "Stingaree." On Saturday next "The Monk and the woman,"' aitd ':'Te FJayseeds conie to town,"' will head tihe bil."

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Referendum Voting. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

Refereqdum Voting? The voting on 'Tlhusday in conlectib with the conscription issqOe sthi 65S,747 for yes, and 817,432 for no, t majority fqr no being i5S,68.5. her turnis are inconmpleto, and tie votes are not illcluled. (Number on' Roll, 49.601.) (Incomplete.) ab Sitting, Member-F ANSTEI ( ES. 13,842 NO 20,0681916. :1til . a 917. Subdix isioiis. VIY S NO xES $ Alphibngton 1 193 1,067 1?56 :Brunswick 841 2,177 9 4,6 13rtinswickN 2,766 4,620 03, hrinnsivi kS 1,913 3,131 2,0S 3 Heilcaluee' aQ l2 Ivanihoe 925 o31 ovrthcote 4 348 6 ,202 4 7, 1 ?Preto ' 026 1 ]322 1,4141,63' atoduis 1916.--es, Refe rým . bl tef '23;,499.:; ;: ·tl · iVoting: last l ection. 22;814' A May (Nat). 19,033. PFte Tingate, who has just last fr6mni the front, was on Suidsy r °c. sented with a clock and bell1 case by Mr Barkway,del berg o frienids in .the Heidelberg Churclih . Nortllcote, fo Ladies visit Ilattau , e tment5 X'mas; bargains in ,,ll depal)

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

IVANHI-tOE PICTUiRES. The little favorite Mnary Pickford will i seen in "The F'oundling" to-night, one of Jser best pieces. The story is amusinog and thrilling1. Fanny Ward, in the leadiug part '.'or the l)efelce,'' is interesting in a detective story. 'Neit week Louise Iu.ff appears irn''"The Re ward of .Pa.tience," supported by ""The Unafraid" and a variety of othei fills.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Heidelberg Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. (Before Mr Cohen, P.M., and Messrs Latham, Jones, Bryant, Carruthers, and Collins.) FAILING TO ATTEND DRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

Heidelberg Police Court, MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. (Before Mr Cohen, P.\M., and Iless Latham, Jones, Bryant, Carruthers and Collins.) FAILING TO ATTEND DRILL. The following youths were dealt with for failing to attend parades as required by the act :-Alb. E. Milsonm, M. B. L.avender, R. J. Hautrey, Allan H. Wil son, W. V. E. Allan, Eldrid Blizzard, 20 days each at Queenscliffe; Rupert D. Hannah and A. Woodford Griffin, 10 days at Queenscliffe. Several cases were adjourned, and a number of youngt boys were brought before the children's court. ASSAULT AND INCITING. Constable Costello v. Theodore B? (for assault) and W\V. Holmes (fori citing). Inspector Carrucan conductel the case for the police, and llrHnan. appeared for the defence. The Constable stated that it aroseout of the arrest at the time of the sheep stealing case at Heidelberg on Novem. her 13. When he was strugglingoith Ball, Holmes camne oni the scene and aid "I am with you." Witness replied "Holmes; if :you interfere I'll dril...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

Dr. J. -V. Oriffith ESIRES- to intimnat, that during his absence, DR. CEDRIC ROCHE has undertaken to take chargo of his.practice. DR. ROCIHE may be consulted at his roomfis, corner Heidelberg and Watcrdale ;oads, during the following hours. 9 to 10 1 to 2.30 p.m. and 6 to 7.30 p.m. '" Silistria," Private Hospital, YARIRA STREET, HEIDELBERG. Nurses Dunn and Wood (Registered) R E CEIV E Midwifery cases with or without Doctor. Also Medical and Convalescences. Every care and attention. Terms moderate. Phone Heidelberg 211. Henderson & Ball (Thomas Henderson-Robert, G. Ball). I SOLICITORS & CONVEYANCERS. NORMANBY CHAMBERS, , 430 LITTLE COLLINS STREET, tELBOURNE. Moiey to lend on Freehold Mortgages. MR. R. G. BALL'S Address :- "Toolangi," Heldelberg-noad. near Studley-road, IVANHOE. Telephone-5973. GEORGE F. PITCHER Solicitor and Conveyancer, 423 LITTLE COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE. Telephone, :Central 537, Private address-" Mehatabel," 89 Grange-road, ALPHINGTON. cINERNEY AN...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

TYE & Co. Pty Ltd. 237-239 SMITH ST., FITZROY COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, Manufacturers and Importers of Bedroom, Suites Sewing Machines Dining Room Suites, Crockery Sideboards Glassware Bedsteads Lace Curtains Wire Mattresses Hall Curtains Bedding Table Covers Carpets Blankets Rugs Quilts Linoleum, Prophophones ad every description of Furniture and Furnishing Drapery. y & Co., 237-239 Smith St., fitiroy. H. TARRANT arcels Express & General Carrier, Parcels Collected to and from all Suburbs Daily by HEAD OFFICE, most reliable men. Passengers' Luggage by Intercolonial or Mail Boats SFLINDERS ST. receive special attention. A TRIAL SOLICITED. Telephone 1561 MY success depends on your recommendation. ESTIMATES FREELY GIVEN. Ring up Heidelberg 64 before 10 a,m. (Saturday excepted), and you can hireyour goods delivered same day to any suburb. Shands Tailors Ladies' Costumes ith the same distinctive touches that have earned him such a thorough puntation amongst well-...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ENTERTAINING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

ENTERTAINING SOLDiLRS A party'conveyed ii drags visitl lthe light duties camp on Wednesdayi cen ing last at Mont Park, and : gace thel soldiers a special concert, arranged lb Miss Alice Mclldowney, who opened th-: programme in the first anid second parts' with pianoforte solos, and accoilpaniejl the performers throughout very artisti cally. Miss Lording sang "The Pink Lady" faultlessly, and had to. respond to a very enthusiastic encore, as did Mrs Strahan, of Alphington, the possessor of a very pleasing soprano voice. Miss Dorothy Kennedy amused the. soldiers immensely with her recitations, and had also to pay the encore penalty. Mrs Anderson and Miss Leach were heard to advantage in their songs, and Miss \ales of Brunswick, with, the violin, rendered two most acceptable ndmbers in artistic style. " Up from Somerset'" ,was IMr Ahearn's first item, aind he6hit the taste of his audience with his. fiiie baritone. voice in no uncertain. way, as also did Mr Hancock, of Alphington, in' "....

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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THANKSGIVING SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

CIN DVews. J'UBj'l. ifhEK E'VERY'SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22. THANKSGIVING SERVICE, A. (f.ited thanksgiving service-and in '4rcessic ?,f,:ing was held in Scots ChurTh. Iffeda?ha,' .ast Monday even in6 wlenu aeS od representa tioll of the thln - &-Lpxr ;fiur~C;< part was taken by the . e and owing to the absence L,-, L9 took the special part of thanksg., :' j-. God for the liberation of Jerusalem. . : tcr reading of prophecy, he quoted from Dr. Grattan Guinness's book, published over 30 years ago, eititled "Light for tle Last Days':. "'There can be no question that those Who live to see the year 1917 will have reached one of the most intlior tant, perhaps the, mot momentous of these terminal years of crisis." It is marvellous how this city, "*the joy of the whole earth," has been liberated after 2520 years. The Rev. E. Wade, .BD. took the second part- prayer for our Al lies.. He asked the congregation to con sider the comprehensiveness of their prayer, a...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL.. MONTHLY MEETING. The councillors met at 5 p.m. on Tues day. Present-Crs. Bryant (president), Ball, Hannah, Keam, Haughton, Rank, May, Pitcher, Coate, Lorimer and White. Cr. Ball apologised for the absence of Cr. Price. CORRESPONDENCE. From City Treasurer, Melbourne, en closing return of hackney carriage fees, &c.,.received for year ending 31st Aug ust, 1917; Heidelberg's proportion was .£12/3/4.-Received. Shire of Preston, suggesting a confer ence of neighboring councillors regard ing the proposed Northcote technical school.-Cr. Keam said the object was to see what amount could be contributed, and there were no two opinions about the advantage of technical education. The President and Crs. Coate and Rank were appointed delegates. SMr Baxter, Bismarck-street, Heidel berg, urging the alteration of German names of streets, and suggesting Thames in place of Bismarck.-This was agreed to, and it was decided to affirm the prin ciple of altering the names ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Methodist Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

Methodist Circuit. There was a fair attendance: of mem 'bers at the quarterly meeting in ý th Alphington church on Wednesday;:12th December. Rev. W. H. Hodge: pre sided, and expressed the pleasure of delegates at the recovery of' Bro. G. Little, senior steward, from his recent illness. ilembership totalled 641 -full ineiiibers, ,10 on -.trial,...alid: 131 ; juni6or members, As the figures for thp quarter were not complete, n ai pproximnte bal ance-she.t was subul?tted, Showing an estimated deficit qf altout £611, to whichl was added tile debit'laalaite of the par sonage furnishing fund, £10. Steps are to be taken .to inducq thete uetmujers at the 4 smaller c curches to adopt tlhe "envelope system," which had proved so beneficial in raising the amounts foi circuit'purposes in the 3 larger churches. The Sunday school ligures-were i sub mitted by the Union secretaryv, and plea sure expressed at the increase of 26 scholars; the excellent average atten danceti"Y teýathers iwas noted with...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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The Shire Valuer. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

The Shire Valuer. At the council meeting on Tuesday, the committee recommended that Mir. 'Lugton be appointed to make a revalua tion of the Ivanhoe riding at a remunera tion of £.50.. Cr. May said he objected to the prin ciple. Mr Lugton had been appointed a full time officer at a fixed salary, and as "sistance' had since been given him, so that he could have no time to devote to special work..' Aiman should be employ-. ed who could,' from time to time, estab lish the valuations-in a court of law. Mr Lugton had to go to builders to get their valuations of buildings. If Mr Lugton 'lias not enough work there was a lot to do in Fairfield as collector., and valuing properties that had been improved. 'lle believedin one man one. job, and there are plenty qualified valuers in the shire. He moved that the matter be referred back'to the committee. ( Cr. Coate seconded Cr. May's motion, as he considered the work should be car ried out by a' qualified officer. Cr. Haughton si aid it would be ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

PITH AND POINT. The Nvws office will be closed next week, and there will be no issue of the paper. We wish our readers the season's greetings. The calendar is published with this issue. Tenders are called for carrying mails between Heidelberg and Lower Plenty. At the conclusion of the court business on Motiday, Mr Latham, on behalf of: the Justices of the Peace, tendered the' compliments of the season to MrCCohen, P.M.,:and Mr Collins supported his re marks. Mr Cohen reciprocated the good wishes, and hoped the coming year would be much happier for every one.

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Returned Soldiers' Welcome. GATHERING AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 22 December 1917

Returned Soldiers' Welcome. GATHERING AT FAIRFIELD. The Fairfield Hall was crowded on Thursday week by residents who wished to do honor to those men of the shire who had returned from the front. Rev. J. Worboys, president of the lo cal branch of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Welfare League, presided, and the shire council was represented by Crs. Bryant, Rank,?Ball, Coate,Pitcher, Hannah, May; sand the shire secretary. As the returned men entered the hall they received quite an ovation. The chairman said the function was held under the auspices of the council and the welfare league, and he was glad to see so manypresent to do honor to as fine a set of men as ever donned uniform. Cr. Bryant (president) said the happy idea of giving a welcome to the returned soldiers originated with the Fairfield branch of the Welfare League, and they invited the council to participate in the welcome, which they readily did. It is intended to hold a welcome every quar ter in the various ridings. Over 800 ...

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