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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. THE PLACE FOR A HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. THE PLACE FOR A HOME. The heights of the Charteris estate are now commanding attention by reason of their suitability for homes, the beautiful views of the Yarra and all the surround ing country in the vicinity of the Mount Eagle district. Messrs Coghill and Haughton, auctioneers, advertise an auc tion sale for Saturday, September 16, at 3 o'clock, in a marquee, on the ground, when lots will be sold on exceptionally easy terms, viv., £5 deposit and £1 monthly; for two lots, £7 depost and 30/ monthly. Those who desire to see the property may do so any day, except Sat urday and Sunday, as free motor car trips are arranged, particulars being obtained from the auctioneers.
FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES "The Birth of a Nation," which is absolutely unique in the world of motion pictures, is to be screened in. the Park Theatre, Fairfield, to-day (Saturday), at 2 and 7.35, In the making of this picture whole armies of men and women were employed, aggregating over 1~,000 peo ple; over 3000 horses were needed to present the battle scenes on a scale com mensurate with the magnitude of the subject in hand. Villages, towns, moun tains, forests, gladc.s and dells sprang up like magic under the commanding hand of Mr. W. D. Griffith in order that cor rect local color could be lent to the pic ture. The story carries one through the days of the Civil War. It- is not only educational, but is brimful of interest in everything that makes up life. It ab sorbs the attention of parents and chil dren, and the public are fortunate in be ing able to see such a great picture in Fairfield.
Fairfield Temperance Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
Fairfield Temperance Sunday The united children's serrice in con nection with Temperance Sunday at the Fairfield Theatre on Sunday afternoon last was a huge success. There were about 1200 persons present, and between 800 and 900 buttons were presented to thie children attending. The conduct and attention of the children left nothing to be desired, and the superintendants of the Sunday Schocls are to be congratu lated on their elficient management, also the conductor of the singing, Mr Alf. Smith. Two members fromn each of the Bible classes connected wtlth the differ ent Sundhy schools took up the offeribd The address by the lipv. J. Thbprtsal Chaplain O'P.D.'s, and ininister of the 13runswick Ia p2pist Church, captivated ytoung and.dld rom luart to flinish. It was a thrilling' and convincing appcal hat will never be forgotte. The Rp.X J. Worboys, the Lon. secretary to the movement, presided. The Rev. R. C.11, Long read the lesson and offered prayer. The Rev. Neil Olafield was unable...
A LIVELY MEETING. ELTHAM TRAIN CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
A LIVELY MEETING, ELTHAJIM TRAIN CONTROVERSJ A meeting was held in the Greens. borough Hall on Thursday crenin to protest against the alteration of the train which formerly left Eltlham about tran ii the morning and now leaves at nine There were 75 people present when the meeting started, and the number gradu. ally increased to about 12.5. Cr. White presided, explained tho object of the meeting, and replied to O. cusations which had been made against him, during which Gr. Price asked hilt to keep to facts, when applause follosired for both speakers. Before the chairman had finished his remarks there were various interjectiols and it was evident' that there were two sections present. When mention was made of certain people taking a part in getting the time altered there was some excitement, followed by contradictions and some of the audience shouted t? make themselves heard. After they settled down a number of residents from Diamond Creek, Eltham and Greensborough expressed their vie...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
FOOTBALL. Alphington and Y.M.C.A. leams met at Alphington last Saturday, and the local playeis proved too good for the visitors, the result, being Alphingtof 14-16, Y.M.C.A. 1-4. Alphington goal kickers were K. 'McDonald (4), los, alamilon and 1'. Wiltshire (2 each; lKelton, -. Biurrows, . Loci's and lIari. son 1 each. Y.M.0C.A:, 'Ware. Th'oe who showed best fourm for Alphington were l-[amilton, 1oss, iMcDonald, Harri son, Burrows, Kelton, Downie, Brierly and Alitchell. For Y.M.C.A.-Ware, l'opp, Willis, Lawler and Dempsey.
NO-LICENSE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
NO.LICENSE LEiGUE. The annual meeting of the Fairfield No-license League was held in the Bap tist Primary Hall on the 2nd Septem ber, Mr J. Miller, president, being in the chair. The report presented by the hen. secretary, Rev. J. Worboys, re vealed good work done, the membership now exceeding 200. Mr W. H. Carbis's work as canvasser was eulogised. The officers elected for the ensuing year were -President, Mr W. Gibson; hen. sec retary, Rev. J. Worboys; minute secre tary, Mr G. B. Poppins; treasurer, Mr Somerville. After considerable routine work was done, a very hearty vote of thanks was passed to the officers who had so faithfully served the league dur ing the past year.
TEMPERANCE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
IE\[PER.1NoE UNION c, ~urtstfim'-l'(? l:rUe';·:U'ii6i;~~iq~? TIe Fajiiull inh tl b.yitian fi'Peanco aiuTiojit (t? a. t.cd 0ts yth ' a unn , ,orsary . si., n?-',, ., " Prcsbyterian 0Olusirli on Tiel ak noon Mfi~ I Tnt C0 (pis et cn intic i ii Ipss A A 4 bes organiser for Victoria, speaking on six o'clock closing; pointed out the benefits other States had gained by it. Shop keepers in South Australia, such as boot salesmen and drapers, had more than £100 a week extra turnover since the hotels had closed at six, thus benefiting women and :hildren. Mrs Glassborough recited " The Counter-sign," which was much appreciated, and Mrs Ncwnham pleasingly rendered ' Angus McDonald," after which afternoon tea was dispensed, and a very successful and pleasant af ternoon came to a close.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. WHERE IS THE RANGER? [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. WHERE IS THE RANGER? Sir;-I askt for a smnall space. in your columns to ventilate a growing evil in this district. The way that horses and cattle'are allowed to roam the streets ini the Fairfield Riding is a disgrace.' .Mobs:of: :horses: (if you can call three or four a mob) aalmost every morning are to be seein gallop ing down the "street orr pasturing on the roads, -within;listonethr6wv of the FErfield railway, station: I have seen a cow, at different timles, grazing in the local pound with the gates open, perhaps knowing its proper place when turned out by .its owner. It is a 4aily occurrence to see horses and cattle roaming about. :Where is the Ranger? Or is he e'ver in the Fair field Riding? . To do, justice .to the HeidelblergShlirue ;7t requires a ran ger .to be' constantliy on the move from ridingý to`, riding, -thoroughly scouring each illace if -we want to rid ourselves of ..this inuisance, but I do not think tilis is doiie. Horses are turned o.ut:, ...
MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
MINISTERS' ASSOOIATION. Last week the miqistcrs of the Pro tcstant churches in the Shire of Heidel berg,, met in the .vestry of Scots' Church; Hleidelldi'g, to consider the. advisabiliti of foiming afin association. AlL .were impresxsedl wiith the fact thitt the time .was most favorTable that an association shoiild be formed, iii order to speak .iith' :one united voide on some of the greit quciestions of .tlihe hour. "The -Rev.; 'Hodgce ;: f :Alphinig ton, moved: P.That .ive forin dirselves into an associationi ?o be icalled 'The Ileidelbeihg Ministerial Association.' ' The Kev. Long, 6f Fairfeld, scconded, and it: ias: carried' :unanminouly-. It was decided.to have obnie officer, viz., the secretar\ '. Th'l-e Rev. Hardic moved tliat the Rev :J. R::Bradbury be secretary; as he hliad Iihad experi ence in, similir aissociaitionsibut Mr. Bradbuir. begged : to. 'decline -at pre sent. The Re,. q cAledi Hiardie was then propbsed and -electd:. Mr. Hardie drew-- the -ittentionin of the mini...
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. (Before Mr Cohen, P.M., and Messrs Latham, Maclcod, Stone, and Collins, J.'sP.) Motor Car License. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
gIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEP'PE.XIBER 4. fBore AIr Cohen, P.I., and Messrs ,th-m, J1aclcod, Stone, and Collins, , .slP.) Motor Car License.. Constable Costello v. W. M ?enzies, charged with drirving a motor.::car with ot a license, being under the age (l) for procurgning 00 . , Defendant pleatled guilty, and Ihis coun sel explaiinedt that hie had been to a motbr school and was out with his uncle on the day in question~, and' drove the car be caeuse his uncle was srsous. The youtli wished to enlist and jn3. the motor-ser rice and did not want a convietion re ,orded.-The .P.L said itw:as a serious thing for an unlicencsed man to drive a ucar but in the circimstances he- -would dismiss the case.:-'lio poor bo b'ene-. fited considerably as n icsult. : : Rate Cases.. Judgment for the leidelberg Shire wras given against the following::-S. McDougal and otlhers,'£5/2 costs 1516; 1lalcie Kruse, 13/6 ind 10/6 costs;-G.: Ring £11/9 and 21/- /costs. Several others were adjourned. Ass:ult...
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSO; CIATION. The monthly meeting was held on Tuesday evening. Mr 0; Shcrriff presid ing over 23 members. . Resigpation of Secretary. )Ir Maly, having been cleete.1 a couq illor, resigned as qecretitry. ; . On the nuqtioq of Mmassrs Brismall liid Le Plastrier, Mr R. raiglit was elected tofill the position, MAr: MA4y supportinig it with the remark that Mir Knight had done a lot of good work in wiiniinmg the election . : ' -i . . Orc. ay'.s Electio.: - On the motion of Miessrs Pattheie SiA lhisrnnll, Cr. Miiy wis congratulated oil' 'nlcction, nmembhers shttiii tliati1 iiad mjle his campaigna, success, ald it was irredit to the society. The president said they were.all good ekeys when theoS ere on \a goo'd idese. IhT ney re on a good horse and won, and trusted the newr councillor would always ight on the right side for Fairfield. Cr. May, in acknowiedging the vote of thanks, said nothing susceeds like sun cess. The ratepayers had, been tested, and be hid won, having...
Ivanhoe Red Cross Society [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
ivanhoe Red Cross Society In- l:vivc of the .tiemendous strain now falling on .th rnilitay. hospitals at the front, all help th ssttt ?n.e iy~ 1i very lriitch npeddd Tlhose in charge of-ithe E':lanhoc movemcLit: feel consi dlerable pileastire and sine itide ,that they- have bCeen 'able to :forward a re cord 'numberi of articles to head cluartr-s for A\?u· ust.? It surcly proves thit the pieople oF?TIvainho are not rc laxi if their 0lo al efflorts to en?pp~yit otiur braivc l'o s at tlie: fio?t. It lii 'i heei staycd h lh ' tthe n0-nFrfi'lnh casua.ltiis arie occut-riig at hlie iate of S0,o00 iid i 'eel :-'IThat iS tite appeal thle lcal. societ. voices (on i- eIi yet iraticr Sulpiairt . ioiec:s will be wel cOninel pit the " i .ce'll, -iwork parties, anitl mintirial is. on lhand for all who 'aish tri: work at hoimc, etc. The fol ]oilig" list of ai:ticles hsis been .dcs pittdhcd tl i hcadqiuarters:--4it -aishers, i38 pairs .socks; 3 pairs mittens, 77 c.lis, ip 2 Balit~clax\as,56 painrs s...
CONSUMPTIVE SANATORIUM. OBJECTION BY RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
I CONSUMPTIVE SANATORIUM. OJCTON, BY RESIDINIS -t+` ' -:,L" ;:'t"~ 1: .-'?r&lt;'. . :, ,' " .. ."."" .~ %" """'[:."::'K.',4 '--- dipustatlon, consisting? of ialjouti i0 o::reiden ts- of t SiieS? f ii :Heidoel lerg i (incluhding n.imhbet ol adiles) -waii',d- u D o l--~i7j ni.4tl fo - ficailth sanator Di s liol n c A~e1In] h~'erbe tso i -rcscntcd~. -s;.te sol.03te ae it being madc Tdumping. t drouni d foi uhctinosituftio ,?. hcg, slbta airetd Itadl a..fm vet.. hospita uhe~Aisttn Hospital d linss lnii tU 'ii. f liSv iiisnia~thised: tuute unfiinateptnsbitih so1uld .one sh? i hv to-v t u /i aso gans hospl?the e s i as.f poth ni&i.ltaa stitf f ? d tie gs t.andh ionidaildiff?v?ctpernstgis avelnglingi the tt'rains lI i-t tas pioposed to have ian ?idctriiinate sdntenc piison"" at Moiit-Pa:irk soei cea? s ago-s': the: Ieoplle tere upifn arms about it, an ap piioaclied tlhe Govert omen s eith5i there sult ittllat itt?t was? stodpped Inti additfion to the~. hl ige deputation sii...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
PITH AND PUINT. STo-morrow is thle 9th anniversary of the Rcv. Alex. Hardic's settlement It the Pros. bi'teriai church in Heidolberg. Ho was the promoter of tho Prosbvtoreiu church in Ivan tIoe: ho latest beiii" a church in Grcens~ bqrough , M i r E. B. Cain notifies the public thliat his cab meets all trains in Ivanhoe, siUc tlblephlone megragg¢ an? pace s: aii; dlbd.t6. pIe~Iarcd? t to r;e6ci.epup!ils for the tviolin.:' Mcssrs tta anid Hattnm are now oPl n ing up9non seso n's df?per.': . ' reiort o th , alido Recsti tion Club iasicani oip .-page 4 Regostf of the soi q'clock closiring meetingit,? aul i , th1e oti- pes it ?eIoidelborg, Fairfield lowling clubi aisi other ite?m arehlield over. Tdedors are callecp by tihe Heidelberg Shire&Council, for duties of laniplighting oe movol-of garbage; ease of .park,&lt; supply j of ironiiongcer horse fetd·'i" s'snayiita:y sern ico, and reg radin g Scot's hill.:: Mr'. Slih~ands tailor has ?in adveoi e 'mICot on piag cl Thivlan...
ALPHINGTON CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 September 1916
ALPHINGTON CRICKTET. Last year the Alphington cricketers played 14 matches, winning 13 and drawing one. The batting averages were-G. Pitcher, 8 innings, average 39.88 runps; C. Naismith 10-30, E. Hughes 8-21, M. Sheehy 10-18.20 A. Hicks 10-18, Wr. Pitcher 10-17.80, C. Tresize 10--15.50, B. Biddiscombe 4--13.75, B. Gilding 3-13.33. H. Bur iows 11-13.28, G. Whitcher c --10, J. oiro 1- -?-, . IRutherford (--7.q0, W. Studley --7.i16, F. Ticdgen 10 6.80, I. Ford -3.80so, W. Daires 1 I, Barnes 1--. Bo30wling: 11 Barnes, 1 wicket, arerage 4 F ' Tiedgcne 14-4.78 J. Monro 2u 5, H.i Burrows 19--5.65, ii. Shleehy 15---o80, F. Huglesl i~ ,6 30 W Pitchcer 1i'9' 6 3?9. Ruther ford 7--7.1t4, 0 Trcsiaig' 9 739; A:. ihicksh3-8j1.1i, F BFord.3 49s2 N. sminthl 2 10.9,E B13WiIdbuinbe 1 2' C- Wlitelier 3 bo, X Stuidle 1 .3., & Piti~heu 1 b62.