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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
Che I cws. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING I. !TE~EPHoNE-Heidelberg 67x.. SATURDAY, IMARCH 7, 1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. A.N~A. The regular meeting of the Heidelberg Ivanhoe branch was held on Tuesday evening last, when President Rendle pre sided over a large attendance of mem bers. Clearances were received for Messrs C. L. Louis, C. B. Louis, H. Randall, and B. Sheppard, and Mr Barstow welcomed the new members on behalf of the branch. Messrs O. H. Betterson and L. Everett were nominated as benefit members. The sick list was declared clear, and the usual accounts passed for payment. The President re ported on the official visit paid by mem bers last week to the Exhibition, and stated that it was the largest muster of members he had had the privilege of taking to make an official visit. All members expressed their appreciation of the good work by the children exhibited. A long discussion took. place as to whe ther it is advisable for the Mefropolitan Committee to be given the power t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
crr TAILO R "The very first Suit he tailored for me settled the ques tion. Material, cut, fit, and finish pleased me so well I simply couldn't pass him for my next. Let him tailor you a Suit and see if you don't agree with me. His S'.tinge are ex cepionally fine.- Pat. terns plost fiee'.if you cannot call." C-*SMITH ST. and JOHNSTON ST. COLLINGWOOD 1TANTE D.-Roy, to learn trade- MORRIs Red Boot Shop. Ivanhoe. LOST.--Spangled Chestnut Pony, white tail and minane, finder rewarded. " Trinity IHouse," i conard-stieet, Northcote South. OR SALE.-Milk Waugon and lCart, first-class condition ;also New Jinker. -P. ADAMs, Cape-street, Heidelberg. VANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIA TION GRAND GYMKHANA TO-DAY (Saturday). In Grounds of Ir. A. W'ILCOX, Esq., " Ivanhoe House," iLower Heidelberg-road, Ivanhoe. - WILL YOU COME F Admission, Sixpence. EIDELBERG SPORTS CLUB. A Sports Meeting Will be held.at the Heidelberg Recreation Reserve ON SATURDAY, 7TH MARCH, 1914 (In aid of the Ground Imnprovement Fund,) ...
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIE TY. MiNTHLY MEETING. This socict? met in the Fairfield Htall on Tuesday e\vening last, about -twenty members being present, pre sided over by Mr. S. E. Bridge (pre sident). Proposed MIotor Ser\vice.- Clifton Hill Progress Association wrote, regardini a. proposed inotor service along- the 'lleidelberg-road? and desiring to know what steps are beinag taken.-The Secretary (Mr. W. J. Prismall) stated that he had re plied that the society had frequently discussed .the proposal, but had not passed any resolution regarding it. He had also pointed out that the Heidelberg-road was not in h- fit state for.motor traffic, but it was contem plated, with the assistance of the Government, to put that road in thorough order.-The secretary's ac .tion was endorsed, and -the :matter was allowed to remain in abeyance for one month. Rathnmines-street Cros~sink,? Railway Commissioilers intimated that in regard to the proposedl aboli tion of the footerossimig iat Rath mines-street...
MUNICIPAL LAND RATING. LECTURETTE AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
MUNICIPAIL LAND RATING. LECTURETTE AT. FAIRFIELD. ' "Municipal Unimproved Land Values Rating," was the title of a lee turette given before the members of the Fairfield Progress Society on Tuesday evening by the secretary, Mr. W. J. Prismall. This subject was exhaustively dealt with, and though a new one, was well handled by the lecturer, who has made a spe cial study of the pros and cons of this form of taxation. He pointed out that the theory had been promin ently before several communities, and adopted with great satisfaction. It had proved most successful in New South Wales, where not a munici pality would return to the old sys tem, but only comparatively recently has it become of any prominence in Victoria. By the system proposed, all owners that are producers wil! be benefited, there being but little ,iffer ence illtimately between a working man who owns and he who rents his cottage, though in one sense the Iformer may be called a small owner, who, under the present system, wou...
BICYCLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
JI!CYCLE R Cs. S-mile. 1-mile. Yas Yds. J..G. Barker . ,. 2G 40 Aler. Fraser .., 20 40 E. Birch .,, ... 30 60 D. Ryan ... .,, * 60 C. Burns ... ... 35 70 H. Mills ... ... 35 70 H. J. Nankcrvis ... 40 80 E. O'Keefe... ... 40 - L. C. Stevens ... 50 100 R. S. 1McBride ... 50 100 N. Pritchard ... 50 100 - Herbert Milgato ... 50 100 Geo. M?cLaughlin ... 56 100 J. F. .MGrath ... . 6 io0 J. Watt . .. 6 120 8. Holto ,. ... 60 100 Chas. Carlsoq .,. s0 120 W. Matheson ,: 60 120 J. Black ... ... 60 120 H. Tipping.., ... 60 120 W. C. Migate ... 60 120 Handicaps Withheld :-T. W. War-. ren, S. Hill, T. R. Percy, O. Wharton, A. G. Slack, V. Warwick, Len. Maries, P. Coburn, W. Cameron, C. Jones, F. B. Brury. .
FAIRFIELD BOWLING, CROQUET, AND TENNIS CLUB. A GENEROUS SUPPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
FAIRFIELD BOWLING, CROQUET, AND TENNIS CLUB. A GENEROUS SUPPORTER. , Twelve months ago Mr. iMacPhei son Robertson, :the wellawn i cn-tes dent of Fi.flield; imde ani offei: of the use of the grounds surrounding his i~esidence for the. purpose: of forming a recreation club. .The offer was readily, accepted, and at at pub lic meeting h:eld, that gentlemilan-i sup pIleniented Iis tfit promise by o:ffer infg to bear- the cost-of the niainteia ce of the grouiuds for twelve- imoiths ance of the lounds for twelive months, and conditional, on o an. in: : crease of club membership- hlc woutild have ldb. gdon 4diticinl- iinks laiwns, and-tennis cqurt . - At a special general meeting of1?the club, held on Tuesday 1.th, :u!t, ;-tl ball-rool -adjpoiping "Andembiachi,! Park Crescent, Fairfield, the residence of Mr. W. J. Breffer, w r. rRobe?ts6n: (president), who was in the chair;- iin response to a question by Mi. W.nILce Mnasurier, reiterated his offer, anid has a mark of his gratification at tl...
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. MONTHLY MEETING. RESUSCITATION SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PRO GRESS ASSOCIATION. '* " -- "^---:... MONTHLY MEETING. RESUSCITATION SUCCESSFUL. After the suspension of activities "for the past three months through the regular meetings falling throu,'h on account of the poor attendance.s of members, caused through a vari-. ous set of circumstances, the mach Sinery of the above association was again set in motion at a meeting held in the Presbyterian Hall, Heidel berg, on Monday evening last. The recent rousing article in "The News" on the organisation's decline had been the subject of a good deal of favourable comment in the interim, and, judging by the result, had evi dently had some good effect qin awakening members from the quiet ude which -they were indulging in. There was a very satisfactory muster on this occasion, and affairs were once more set on a workable foot ing. The president, Mr. John May, was in the chair. Secretaryship Vacant. At the outset, the. President in timated that the secretary, Mr. E. W. Scott. was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
DONALD FRASER, Sceased Su.rveyor & Hyd?alic : Engineer, CLARKE BUILDINGS, "- ..o( B?,irke Street. Melbournc, re. feidelberg, Fairfield Motor Hire and Repair Works. CoW. JUNKER, Proprietor. GARAGE at Rear of Grand View Hotel, Fairfield, Phone, Northeote 61. 'THOS.-JAMES & SONS, RANGEWORTHY ESTATE, IVANHOE. Telephoue-Heidelberg, 189. TrHE FAMOUS RANGEWORTHY .L " GRAVEL. REDUCTION IN PRICE. Carted to any part of Ivanhoe for 6/6 per load, . SCREENED GRAVEL, 7/- per LOAD Cai~ted toAlphingto..... 8/ per load SFairfield.......91- , When Carter breaks it down from the face, 3[- per load. Broken-doin, ready for carting, only 316 per load. iU. )cM. 2/6 per load at Pit. Also Carting ol all d scriptions Sand, stone, gravel, manure, soil, filling, ashes, and ploughing Garden Paths ana Roaos formed and Gravel Laid by Day or Piece Work. Proerty Ownere-are cordially invited to -ivs1,ct the Erair(l."; . " . ,.-. . - . ..= . : -- - . - . - -. . . (J. G.Membrey, Auctioneer. J. V. Deane...
HEIDELBERG SPORTS. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914. THE HANDICAPS. FOOT RACES. District Handicap, 100yds. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
HEIDELBERG SPORTS. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914. THE HANDICAPS. FoOT RACES. District Handicap, 100yds. Yds. C. Elliott ... ... 5 A. C. King ... ... 8 R. Gillespie ... ... 8 E. Hodgson .. ... 8 J. A. Gill ... ... 8 P. Dawson ... ... 8 T. A. Mcrohan .., 8 R.J. Bell ... ... 8 N. Merit ... .... 8 Dox Woodhouse ... . C. F. Anderson ...: .. . 8 G. Davey ?..8 R.. 'Jones.-: i , & .:. .'? 8?.. J. Dawson , ..,:.:-;.. : 8 D. Stobie ............ 9 C. Wall .. - ... 10 Alex. Fox .... ..10 : A. A. Stobie . .. ..-: ... . 10 Frank O'Callaghan - ... 10 J. Tierney .. ... 12 T. O'Callaghan ... 12 J. M. Twomey ... ... 13 T. Pegg ... ... 15 T. McCarthy ... ... 15 130yds. -mile J. J. Bannister .,. 8 - R.Fraser .,. ... -- 5 M. Kennelly . - 5 F. McCrohan .. - 20 A. Agar 25 V. Dwyers ... 9 30 C. Hall 9 60 SJ. Fraser .. .., 10 - W. G. Denham 10 L. Putt .,, 1' 30 Herb. Milgate - 30 H. Rasmasen ... 35 R1. Clarke ... . 40 E. Clarke ... 40 D. Longmuir 40 Bert. Alderson 40 G. S. Woods - 40 P. Johns ... 11 45 A....
FAIRFIELD MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
FTn~LRFIELD MATCHES. :',March 7.--Richmond Union, at Fair March 14.--Auburn,, at Aiuburn. March 21.-Malvern' and Caulfield, at P i-airfchl. March 28.--1.M.C.C., at B.M. April 18.-Footscray, at Fairfeld. April 25.-Malvern and Caulfield, at C- auleld. May 2.--Northcote, at Northcote. May 9.--S.M.C.C., at Fairfield.
SWIMMING NOTES. FAIRFIELD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
SWIMMING NOTES. -4--- FAIRFIELD,, CLUB. At a meeting of the committee last Monday night, it was decided to uphold the decision of the referee in connection with the protest lodged by C. Sutherland against N. Rosman, winner of the M]ea da.vs trophy competition, that the latter did nqt rsthr before his time. 'Tha race was consequently awarided to Ro?uman." Entries have come in freely for the Fairfield annual members' carnival, which will hold sway at the club's site on the Yarra next Saturday afternoon, 14th March. This fixture is to be the Henley of the season, a galaxy of attrac tions having been arranged for. In ad dition to the usual swimming races be tween the members, a most diversified programme will be presented. Thrilling aerial feats are to be performed by iM. Griffiths, the champion diver of Victoria, with Sauter, ex.champion of Germany, and assistants. Leveson and Fetherstone, described as comedy divers and equilib rists, will again appear-a guarantee of plenty of amusemen...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
PITH AND POINT. Heidelberg Sports in Park Oval this afternoon. Ivanhoe t~ecreation Association Gym khana in Mr H. A. Wilcox's grounds, Lower-road, to-day. Men's service at St. James' Church, Ivanhoe, to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at four o'clock. The Heidelberg District Band plays in the Fairfield Park Recreation Reserve to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon. Sunday school anniversary at Ivanhoe Baptist Church to-morrow (Sunday), when three special services take place. A Parochial Mission commences at St. John's Church of England, Heldel berg, to-morrow (Sunday), and will be contiinued every evening next week. Two fine new shops are iu course of erection in Heidelberg-road, Alphington, for Mr Thos. Adams. They are being constructed solidly of brick, and two storied. Among the additions to the list of justices approved by the State Executive Council on Wednesday was Cr John H. Stone, of Park .Crescent, Pairfield, for the Cenitral Bailiwick. W'hat a oustorner has to .ay about, th. suits tailor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914
DONALD FRASER, ! !Licensed Surveyor :& Hydraulic Engineer, CLARKE BUILDINGS, 430 Bourke Street, Melbourne. Private Address- - Dalrcbiu Street, licidelberg, d:.-- elepLosoe. 101 Heidelbcrg. .i. -, POSTAL TUITION. . Zercho's ?EACH SUCCESSFULLY, in your own - nue and in your own home, the following dbjects: --:-- e Many hundreds of Satisfied and Suc-. -ssful Students throughout Australia are *I eloquent testimony to the Superiority - .'.rnd Thoroughness of our ,Courses of In . . !? ion.- which have he?.encompniled. byh . and are Taught by Experts, ',e also COACK for all Public Examinations. ::.:Ye are Satisfying others, WiY NOT YOU ? .Vrite immediately for descriptive pam *: :- et "G" State subjects in which you are :rested. :aO-:. 'CHQ'S CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE 157 i Collins-Street, Melbourne. hAS. C.. DAVIS ::ireengrocer & S Confectioner, AiT ::+:I. HE1DELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE, SGS. to lntinaate that he hus Removed his Ilu"iness to New Premises, next .. ·euid drllt'i 1 re...
FAIRFIELD v. COLLINGWOOD UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914
FAIRFIELD v. COLLINGWOOD UNITED. Last Saturday, the Fairfield team concluded its last match for the season in the second grade Victorian Junior Association against Colling wood United at Clifton Hill. The latter, with six down for 129, carried . their score .to 170 without the loss of any furthcr wickets, and then declar ed closed. Fairfield, who had made - 70 in their first innings, only accoun . . ed for 53 in the second attempt, A. Perry making 17, and T. Callaway [ 5, not out. The visitors were thus . lefeated by an innings and 47 runs.
IVANHOE B v. MISSION C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914
.: IVANHOE B v. MISSION C.C. ....- - ?Commenced last Saturday, and will be concluded thi afternoon. J. S Fry was responsible for dismissing three of the Mission batsmen with fine catches. IVAINHOE B. "W. Barstow, b Thomas ... 7 - McDonald, b Thomas ... 7 J. Barry, b Wright ... "., 5 W. Ladner, b Thomas ... 4 SJ. Calhoun, b Quirk ... .., 8 R. Dick, b Quirk .,, ... 0 J. Abrams, b Hunt , ... 3. - Lawton, run out ... :... 2 J. Fry, b Quirk ... ... 1 C. Coulson, c, b Hunt ., 0 A. Williams, not out... ... 1 " Total .. . 38 - MISSION. S First Innings ... ,. 60 S?II Bowling--C. Coulson, 4 for 24 ; W. : I_.- Ladner, 5 for :22. -. SOn 21st and 28th March, Ivanhoe B play Alphington Mutuals at Ivan hoc.
ALPHINGTON MUTUALS v. RICHMOND MASCOTTE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914
A&LPHINGTON MUTUALS v. RICHMOND MASCOTTE. These teams commenced a two Sdays' match last Saturday, which will be finished to-day. Barker, with the - ball, did well, taking 9 wickets for zz runs. Scores: IIGHMOND XASCOTTE. Total ... ... 49 Bowling--J. Barker, 9 for :12; C. Hamilton, 1 for 17; H. Grenness, 0 for 17. ALPHINGTON MUTUALS. T. Trevens, b Dume ... ... 2 P. Saloway, not out ... ... 10 C. Hamilton, b Dume ... 0 J, Barker, not out ... ... 14 - -... Sundries ... ... 5 Total for 2 wickets ... 31
COMPULSORY ENROLMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914
COMPULSORY ENROLMENT. In comnnection with the canvass now being carried oct by tle police in regard to the State electoral rolls, the fullest advantilge of the information thereby gained is to be taken, with a view to perfectiug the Commuonwealth electoral roll. The police Ihave been instructed to place-at the disposal of thle electoral re gistrars the information gaiued by them, and Constable Harrison, of Ivanhoo, de sires us to bring under the notice of the residents the following instructions which have been issued to the officials nlmetioned :- (a) Securing the enrolment of all persolg pntitled thereto ;(b) Sub miitting -the nantles -qi pros.eutiou-of. -those who neglect to comply with the compulsory enrolment provisions of the law; and (c) lodging objectious against the ratention on the roll obE the names of all persons wbo are no longer cnititlecj to remain on the roll,
CRICKET. IVANHOE A v. ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914
IVANHOE A v. ALPHINGTON. A two days' match between these teams Was commenced at tire Alph ington Reserve on Saturday last, and will be concluded to-day. Scors : IVANRON A" G. Fo,.b Burrows . . ... 6 A.b ·mn, e,b WPitcher .. 13 - McDonald, c, b Hicks ... 13 G. Blair, st, b Bnrrows ... 11 :W. Bryant; not out ... ... 48 E. Ashby, c, b Hicks ... 11 G. Baird, not out ...o... 2 Sundries ... ... 2 Total for 6 wickets ...131 Bowirling--Burrows, 2 for 22; Hicks, S for 57; W. Pitcher, 1 for 17; Whit eher, 0 for 14; Gilding,0 for 13; Tied gm, 0 for S. On atst and 28th March, Ivanhoe A play the North Melb. Rovers. -