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FIRST AID CLASSES AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
FIRST AID CLASSES AT FAI?R. FIELD. Theie was a large assemblage at the Fairfield Hill on Wednesday evening to form classes of the St. John's Ambul ance Society, under the auspices of- the Loyal King George Lodge M.U.I.O.O,F. 1ir Greenwood, the 8ecre?.ry, and only paid man of that institutiqn, deliyergd B lengthy address on the listory, aims aid objects of the society. Mr F. W. 8tew art, assisted by prominent members, gave a lecture and demonstration on First Aid to the Injured, and as a result most of the ladies and gentlemen present handed in their names to be members of the men's or women's classes, the first meeting of which is to take place in the Fairfield State school next Tuesday. TIp interest shown must have cheered Mr Somer''ille, the lodge secretary, and proved that the lard work given by him in organising thle meeting resulted uo well, No doubt 4 largo ,yomen's first aid, as well as a men's class, will start. The Sohool Committee unanimously gar. at a small rental the use...
Publications Received. TRUE AUSTRALASIAN MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
Publications Received. TRUE AUSTRALASIAN MAGAZINE. The February issue of " Life" is he breeziest and most widely re >resentative number of this popular kustralasian magazine we have seen. Fhe frontispiece depicts a series of tdventures with a kangaroo on a wayback station in New. South Wales. rhen there are several interesting articles and sketches. Dr. Fitchett handles the political history of Aus tralia and New Zealand for the past month in his usual masterly fashion. Of what might be called the outside features of ' Life," the most notable this month is a fine review of the story of Scott's journey to the South Pole. The departmental side is as usual quite up, to. the-standard, and completes a sixpenny magazine that every busy man should buy..
ANOTHER FAIRFIELD RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
ANOTHER FAIRFIELD Rll L. LVAY ACCIDENT. Wrhat might have easily resulted in more serious consequences orcurred at the Fairfield station on Tuesday after: noon, just as the 4.45 train from Prince's Bridge was being pulled up at the plat form-the same ill-fated train whilchsun down the late Mrs Oldham at thle Rath mines-street crossing only alittle over a week previously. A lad named Hender son, whose parents have recently taken up their'residence in Boxhall-street, was a passenger by this train, and either jumped or fell out of the Tait ca'r-it is not clear which-before the train had stopped. The result was that he struck the platform vrery heavily, and was picked up in an unconscious condition. On being conveyed\to his home, it was found that he had not sustained very serious injuries, excepit for a number of painful skin abrasions, the flesh on his face being all scarrified,. by its contact with the hard platform. The practice of jumping out of the Tait trains before they are broug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
Notice to Contributors. IT is essential that all reports of meetings, etc., and any other cor respondence or matter contributed for publication in "The News" should reach the Office, Heidelberg Road, Ivan hoe, as early in the week as possible in order to guarantee insertion. Contri butors must also attach their names and addresses to all items forwarde(, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. CHAS. C. DAVIS Greengrocer & Confectioner, AT HE1DELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE, BEGS to intimate that he has Removed his Business to New Premises, next Commercial Bank. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables three times a week. Cool D)rinks, &c, A. Millyard sTATION-ST FIRJFIELD Tobacconist and . Hairdressing Saloon. Best Brands of Tobacco, Cigars, and Cigarott s stocked, MY MOTTO : "Ole.nliness and ai tention." THOS. JAMES & SONS, RANGEWORTHY ESTATE, IVANHOE. Telephone-Heidelberg, 189. T IHE FAMOUS RANGEWORTHY GRAVEL. REDUCTION IN PRICE. Ca ted to any part of Iva...
SHOULD THE TANGO BE DANCED? [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
BHOULD THE TANGO BE DANCED ? '" Everylady's Journal" has been making it a habit of 'late to consult a number of leading authorities upon various topics of vital interest, and publishing a digest of their views. In the February number, just to hand, fdr example, thle question of modern dancing is discussed, with particular reference to the Tango and other " freak-" dances. Opin ions are expressed by leaders of the church and other notables. This collection of v ews makes admirable reading, and it is illustrated with a number of first-c ass photographs.. The general opinion seems to be that, on. the whole, dancing is im 1,roving rather than de eriorating, and that it is only in its abuses that it is at all.objectionable. There are other fine articles and stories in this February issue of ' Everylady's Journal," and the usual splendid re view of the prevailing fashions As we have done before, we recommend this fine sixpenny magazine to all our women readers.
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. Present : - Crs. Mealy (President), &nbsp; Bath, Downer, Fitch, Gray, Morris. &nbsp; Smedley, and Taylor. An apology was &nbsp; &nbsp; received from Cr. Cameron. &nbsp; CORRESPONDENCE. Wm. Nels; Secretary, Diamond Creek Show, requested that the 19th March (date of show) be proclaimed a public holiday in the North and South Riding of the Shire of Eltham.-Agreed to. P. Ryan, Diamond Creek, forwarded cheque for £1 for slaughtering license at Hurstbridge, and stating that he did not think the Council had acted fairly with him with regard to the license for 1913, for which he had paid and had not received, and he had not used the premises for slaughtering. He further asked for payment for stone and gravel taken from his land at Hurstbridge. - Cr. Smidley: Mr. Ryan's letter comes with somewhat bad grace. He applied for, and was granted, a license for 1913, and it was sent to him. Although he...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
PITH AND POINT. Swimming carnival at Fairlield this &nbsp; afternoon. &nbsp; Ivanhoe Horticultural Society meets in the Rechabite Hall on Monday even ing next. St. John's Church of England, Heidel berg, holds its harvest festival services to-morrow (Sunday). Heidelberg Shire Council's monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday evening next, at seven o'clock. A subdivisional sale of the Woodlands Estate, Alphington, is to be held by Messrs Membrey and Deane and Messrs S. G. Youren and Son (in conjunction) on Saturday, 28th inst. Under the auspices of the Ivanhoe Re creation Associatlion, a grand Gyrmkana is announced to be held i. the grounds of Mr H. A. Wilcox in Lower Keidel berg-road, Ivanhoe, on Saturday after noon, 7th March. The secretary of the Heidelberg Sports Club (Mr -R. Sealy) desires to acknow ledge with thanks rpceipt of additional donations towards the forthcoming gaf? ering of 1016 each from u [r A. Jones and Messrs Foley Bros. Mr Read MLurphy, P.M., who ...
YARRA IMPROVEMENT SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
YARRA IMPROVEMENT SCHEME. On Thursday the Minister of Public Works (Mr Hagelthorn), accompanied by Mr E. T. Drake (the secretary of Works), and Mr C. Catani (the chief en gineer), visited Heidelberg, and made an inspection of the boulevard which is be ing constructed in the direction of Ivan hoe over the areas of private land made available by the local landowners, viz., Messrs Keam, de Castella, and Sharp, for the purpose of furthering the above scheme. The question had been raised whether the road should not have been carried nearer to the river, but Mr Hag elthorn and his officers are satisfied that the road is in the proper position, and state that it could not have been taken nearer to the Yarra owing to the risk of flooding. An area of land occupied by a Chinese gardener has now been made available at a trifling cost, to cover dam ages to the garden, and the linking up of the road thus rendered possible will be completed within a few weeks.
SWIMMING NOTES. FAIRFIELD CARNIVAL TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
SWIMMING NOTES. FAIRFIELD CARNIVAL TODAY. At a meeting of the committee of the Fairfield club, held on Wednesday even- ing, Cr Coate in the chair, in the un- avoidable absence of the presidert (MIr O. Forster), arrangements were made re plete for the Aquatic Pantomime to be held this (Saturday) afternoon. As the programme is of such huge magnitude, an enormous crowd is expected. The star items will be, of course, the reap pearance of the electrical swimmer, Frank de Beaurepaire, who will appear in the 200 yards race; and Grieve and [Dheen], being respectively the quarter mile champion, and winner of the three mile swim Leveson and Fetherstone, water equilibrists and comedy divers, will supply the humorous part of the af ternoon. Seating accommodation will be available, and the Heidelberg District Band is to render selections at intervals. M. Griffiths, champion of Victoria, will &nbsp; be seen in the first-class diving event; whilst such attractions as the greasy pole compet...
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9. (Before Mr. Read Murphy, P.M., Dr. H. K. King, and Messrs. Thos. Latham, and M. A. Macleod, J's.P.) Railway Prosecutions. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 February 1914
I HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. ; S MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9. (Before Mr. Read Murphy, P.M., Dr. H. K. King, and Messrs. Thos. Latham, and M. A. Macleod, .J's.P.) Railway Prosecutions. Inspector Borsuin proceeded agailnst a bitch of railway defaulters on behalf of the department. None of the de fondants appea'red. Dora Benjamin was charged with having attempted to travel on a ticket which had been previously used and transferred to her. Porter Crotty, of Boort, stated that on the 20th November last he was stationed at Ivanhoe. In oonsequence of instructions he received, he kept an eye out for the father of the defendant. On that dlay Benjamin arrived by the 6.25 down train. Witness collected Shis ticket (produced), and kept it separ ate. His daughter came on to the station at the 7.17 up train, and he -checked her ticket after she had taken her seat in the carriage, finding it was the top half, Ivanhoe to Victoria Park, which corresponded with the return tic ket Urised by her father.. Witness ...
CRICKET. ALPHINGTON v. NORTH MELBOURNE ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914
ALPHINGTON v. NORTH MEL. BOURNE ROVERS. The match between these teams was concluded at Alphington last Saturday, resulting in an easy win for the localS G. Pitcher, the skip per. played a forceful innings of .53 not out. Scores - n1o3TN: MsBLsovyK ['oal... 76 ALTRINGTON. Hicks, it, b Mclndoe .. 7 Gilding, b Gorham ... ... 20 Burrows, b McIndoe .., 3 W. Pitcher, c, b Gorham. - ... 25 Tiedgen, c, b Mclndoe ,.. 11 Levens, c, b Gorhan... ... 4 G. Pitcher, not out ... ... 53 Studley, c and b MIndoc ... 17 Whitoher,b Molndoe ... 17 Watton, b Melndoe ... ... 6 Robinson, it, b Letty ... 1L Sundries .. ... 5 Total ... ...169 A two days' match will be corm menced at the Alphington reserve to-day against Erstwhile C.C.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914
OR SAZLE.-Bicycle, gents'. 13.S.A.; ] V i'res, everything good order; 70/,- i '! Colpetty,'" Waterdiale-road, Ivanhoe. OR SALl.-- 2 :Baircl Plymouth Rock &lt; I' :Cocks, 'Ancrican strain, 18 and 20 4 months,--pply B,' Diamond Crty ~itil SALE.1-1\\ifk Wangon and Calrl, 7 FIrgclaW caldition'; lalso New Jinker. --PI. ADALJS, Cap~e-street, Heidelberg. IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON. PROGRESS SOCIETY. rITHL Mont ly Meeiing of the abpve J Srcioty wdil be held in the Church bf Etnglanrd Schoolroon, Ivlnhoe, on MON-. DAY Next, 23rd February, at 8 'p.m. Businesl-i.mportint. c. O. YOU.EN, .toIi. Se4o. Ieidelberg Junior Foot ball Cluk A MELTING to Fosrmthe Tbove CluL . will bc heltd in the t ccl ilbiteo Hall, Heidelberg, on \YEDtJESDA Y Next, 25th inst., at 8.30, p.m. SARITHUR COOPER, Hon. Sec. pro. tem. Fairfield State School PigniiQ ' iHE Annual Picnii oo 411e above School L will be heliL at Mordialloc on Friday, 61th Mdarch. .A Special Traiuz will leave Alpliingtou at 1P' Fairlilcd 22, WVcs...
DAREBIN CREEK BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914
4* 'DARh43IN UR(tEEK BJUDGIý TOM II C1ei k, Nortrcqtoa for act~ ' fth ifllowilag recommnendations of con fercnce. re Darelin Creek Bridge, and .also staited that the Nortliooto coun ci i tl ha prioeed of surno'-'*hat this conference recommuncds to the councils 01 Noithicoto and Hcidelberg that a in id'ge of - hrick and. bluestone, 10 Ceet wide;&.be erected, pro vis~iin to hbe made for carrying the paths on the outside of the bridge; thie surveyor to priepare an estimate of din cost, and that the council approach tIny 'verinpent. through Mr. J. G. Menbiey, M.L.A., with a view of ob taminng a1 grant towards the cost of the woei k Approval . 6f theo recomnmenda tioii uius aflir med.
COUNCIL JOTTINGS. GLEN PARK BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914
COUNCIL JOTTINGS. GLEN PAJIK IIRIDGE \A deputation fron U1eii Pd l1 oLe dod the meeting, ~ind' iusiqbrduced bI' Or.; Pr-ice,. iWho said .the. mciur~ed a tiudgato Eltliauh, though tlics 'wcie recsidei ts of Hicdelbeieg shiie butthlwii 0nl1) oulet vsas towads 'Elths im lIhe twlo ougioeirs haud pire ired an estimate ot thc cost 'it £3o0 Ci Puiece sal read cL letterk horne th Public TWorks dep'imstrnen st~in' ths £o ii bdg over the Dinod of r Ockl Eltha'ui Gouii c~il was dHnig to give £50, 'ad the residents £2 or £30. - ti isg tiji optinion o l tle Dep'i tnient tiii t 10e explensive bridge mignht sunfhoe. le (Ci Puice thought-£3o0 out of 'illE r eason ,riud the coist souild he seine thisig in the neghbovihod of £10 r £1o(0 Mli J3owan wa s the fhis .c 1eci 'tad s'csd that..esihlents I d £9b 10/b ii hu nd 'ad i 'ais ihiiost certaui 'to. co nticu to -.'0. T"hi.~ d 4no iio nuitt ani *xpens i'e idth,' hiiid n. lung isi they got'it fou or Jifivutt higlier'tI'in 'it present'i it ii ill iit e i...
MONT PARK SANITARY DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914
MONT PARK.-SANI TAR.Y DEPOT. * Dr. E. Jones, Inspector General of the insane, intimated that in conse juence. of various complaints, that he visited the paddock on 20th January, in dhich the nightsoil is being deposi tednd sar from f being satisfied Sillsthei ·methods employed b3 the contractor. Unless same are com pletely icfoinedll aid Comiplete satis Fction niven,. it wrill be necessary for Imn to prolibit further deposits there. Aftei - onsultaition w itli the health de Jiaitmnseut, hiq desii ed to poiit out the desirability of Lienching to a depth of 18 inches -it least, and suggested that the intem iediliary carts be done away a ith ':aid sealiled pans emptied direct iinto the trenches.lIt is 'lso necessary to e ct. iidditionil fencing, and oily the highei I inds to the enst of the area 'leased used foi birnyig .-A further Ilctei froiii Di Joises on Oth Fel i'riiiry stated tihat Ipro vsiding the night soil is trenched is to '.idepth of 18 inches, 'sd sone iniprovemient made in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914
* Iew Bargain lines! We have 100 dozen: Handkerchiefs to choose from AT HALF CITY PRICES. Ladies' Underwear, Fine Linenl Goods, -Laces, Fancy Goods, 1IBRS H ARE'S 324 Queen s Parade, CLIFT ON lILL. Stot;t & -Bastings IHI, 3. BASTINS. W. s. sTO'UT. AUacTIONEER E'state and insurance Agents ..u k521 uIGHLt.s1', OR'IHCOTrE LOCAL BRANCH Station Street, Fairfeld A(djoinibg Station) and ' eide! bprar-rod, Alphington 0 p ae oeat Office). I *.iet I i: I Li'ttS, f'ittagre sd Allot niintilPr- abh or Terme. - - *.. v Ati'..~' ea i Hoin. apiyab b) mfletahrrenL e ,* ciia o o* I uhtt i and Proparty Conducted. (1A5. C. DAVIS Greengrocer & Confectioner, AT HEI1DELBERG ROAD, IVANIOE, BEGS to intimate that he has Removed his Business to New Premises, next Commercial Bank. - [Freh fruit snd Vegetables three times a week. Cool Drinks, &cs THOS. JAMES & SONS, RANGEWORTHY ESTATE, IVANHOE. Telephone-Heidelberg, 189. THE FAMOUS RANGEWORTHY j . GRAVEL. REDUCTION IN PRICE. 'Car...
FAIRFIELD CROQUET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914
FAIRFIELD CROQUET CLUB. The Fairfield ladies held their first "at homX'4 at the club grounds on 12th inst., which proved a gigantic success. Seven clubs were represented, and £ixty guests were entertained at competition games, Mesdames MacRobertson, Ty. ler, and Rosman, and Mr MacRobert son kindly donated prizes, which canie as a surpyrise to the lucky winuers. Dur ing the afternoon, musical items were rendered by Misses G, Wilson, E. Ath erton, and S. Joske, all being highly ap. preciated, as were the dainty refresh muents and afternoon tea provided by the club. Every effort was made by the committee and Mrs Maaclobertson to make the afternoon such a success,
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. FOREIGN BAND SEEKS DISTRICT SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. FOREIGN BAND SEEKS DISTRIC;T SUPPORT. Sm,-I would thank You for spactiit your columus to bring before the.residerfio-e of Fairfield Park what we term a very ini fair action on the tart of the Collingwood Citizens Band in sending their collector into tihe Fairfield Park portion of the Heidelberg Shire to collect donationis for the funds of their band, knowing iin doing so that they are leaving their own district to encroach upon the domains of the Heidelberg Dlis trict Badu. Now, we consider that if the residents have any moncy to assist bauds. the local orgilnisation should receive the preference and it is to this *'nd that I asu making the position public, so huLt whelk the collector calls on them xith the statemeuti that the Collingwood Cii ions h tnd is ttk ilg Fairfiold intn its district, ihe will be able to inform hlii t that Lhii I ve Oieir lcal band to atteUd to, itid refus. ltosuppoit any outside baud whiloetheir ow. i .4ppieal ing to theiin for ,Lssis...