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FOOTBALL. ALPHINGTON CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

FOOTBALL, ALPH1NGTON CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING, "If .we hadl got justice in the way of umpires last season, we .vould have been on top. I hope the Asso cation will take into consideration to try and get better umpires for the coming season than last year. They allowed too much latitude altogether, and the lighter team consequently went to the wall. That was the case with Alphington, which was recog nised by the other clubs as the fastest and lightest team in the competition. All our old players are here to-night, and if they will stick to the club, with the new men available, and the improvement of the younger players, there should be no doubt about it this year. I hope the club will have the pleasure of raising the premier ship pennant on its flagpole at the end of the season." Such were the remarks made by Cr. T. Trevena in again accepting the presidentship of the Alphington Football Club at its annual meeting on Tuesday night, and which evoked considerable appllause. There was a larg...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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THE IVANHOE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 March 1914

THE IVANHOE PAI'RlK. - Sn,-It is to be sincerely hoped that thile people ot Ivanhoe will make a gen erous response to the appeal to be made to :them this afternoon and evening at the Garden Fete at " Rlavenswood," on behalf of the above. There is surelyno need to draw the attention of residents to the priceless advantages to be derived from the local. recreation ground when the necessary improvements are effected. The fact that it is capable of providing for all the various kinds of sport, usually cop sidered essential to any properly equipped city, should commend it to all in the district. It contains 13 acres of splen did ground, and comprises a site unex celled in any other suburb of Melbourne for beauty, proximity to statibn, and ab sence of discomforts so frequently asso ciated with recreation grounds. But improvements are imperative, and money is needed to effect them. Every shilling expended in this direction will be for the benefit not only of this but future gene rations. T...

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CRICKET. IVANHOE A v. ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

CRICRET. IVANHOE A v. ALPHINGTON. The two days' match between S these clubs ended in a draw last Saturday. Scores : !vagnoB. A. G. Fox, b Burrows ... ... 6 -A. Manmn, c, ib Pitcher ,, 13 - McDonald,c, b Hicks ... 13 - .: :. Blair, t;,i BUrrows ... 11' '..W. Bryant, not out ... .. 87 E. Ashby, c, b Hicks ... 11 - G;' -- . Baird, c, b Burrows ... 27 P.?:? rham, c, b Burrows ,.. 7 -. -Gr? P.roscie, b Burrows ... , - Besichmiiinp not'out ... 3 .. Sundries : ... ... 3 Total for 8 wickets ...181 Bowling---Burrows, 5 for 39 i Hicks, 2 for 99; W.Pitcher, 1 for 17; Whit - scher, 0 for 14; Gildinig, 0 for 12; 'Tied gien, 0 for 8. ALPHINOGTON. W. Pitcher, b Mann... ,,, 3 S Burrows, lbw,b Mann ... 10 Hioks, c, bMann ... ... 52 .-G. Pitcher, c, b Mann ... 96 Curline, it, b Matin.. . ... 0 Studley, not out .. .,, 0 Ruthorford, ,? ,i A.Foxr ... 1 Total for 6 wickots ,..102 S Bowling-A. Mann, 6 for 47; G. Fox, 1 for 20.

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SHIRE SANITARY DEPOT. RIVAL SITES OBJECTED TO. A DIVIDED DEPUTATION. EPITHETS HURLED AT COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

'SHiRE SANITARY DEPOT;. RIVAL SITES OBJECTED TO. A DIVIDEi DEPUTATION. EP1THETS, I-URLED iAT COUblCI LORS. F'urther initricate dilicultes in coln nection wxili the sanitary service wereC experienced byi the H~eidelberg Couincil at its mieting onil Tuesday niglit, wihen a large deputation of about .fifty r-esi dents of lticlelberg- and lvan'hoe at tended to protest against the preenlt systemn the several sites being utilised, and ialso in opposition to the ierection of the proposed stable accomoldation to be ereobed on the heilghts at -lei delberg: aLendor for wihich was :dac cepted early in the meeting. I:'hos.e o hoib . ited on the counoi il er e notmineaisi 'unniimous :in l:- .'x'i.rie so-i?ceso f comlit inaninl -i l ne ssissension e e n ih ifi ,'pe. hli i bii.g ii·iT.:'&:·is:d' biV onl 'it the at'ble x eie heckled by ounesnb Efde?'t-f (i?all) .i:al-toe?5i uro eadlycasl ou"ulssthec tunssix a-eddan. Aifidt s11. rse?siN ' i 'th ee? :: .+Ed?n,!?,h 'iR;stle.ooxxsn g laidbe fii...

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

PITH AND POINT; Held Over.-Owing to extreme pres sure on our space, a report of- the re-. opening, celebrations of the new Ivanhoe Methodist School Hall, and other district items are crowded out of this issue. Concert in new Ivanhoo Methodist School Hall to-night. To-Day.-Page 4, look up Scott's Stores' advt., something interesting, good for health, wealth, and personal comfort. Glad to see you.* The ceremony of dedicating the new St. Jude's Church of England, Alphing ton, will be performed. this (Saturday) afternoon, at three o'clock, by His Lord ship the Bishop of Bendigo. Special services arc :.'- t be held in the new building to-morrow. _ The Heidelberg District Band took part in the St. Patrick'.s pqrts prqc;g: sion in the city last Saturday morning, and also played at the open-air charity carnival in Nortlicote airk oni Tuesday - evening, in aid of the Austin Hospital, Messrs Gemumell, Tuckett and Co. will hold an auction sale on the property of the modern w.b. villa, " Lochar...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. COUNCIL DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, \VWe do not hold ourselves responsible for, "or idedtify ourselves with, tl~e opinions - expressed by our oorrespondent. - COUNCIL DEPUI A''I' o:T'O[-.. . sr I was present at the meetinglll of: the :leidelberl Council last eroning., anid. ilius sihy thiat .[ was lnot impressed riuli' thle =attitude of thle deputation; Most otf tlhe time seemed to be occu piedl by onie 3Board of Worke Conmlnis sioner tring- to white-wash a brother (Colnulilssionel, whio is a llmeilmer of tihe Council. It is well known alnd ad minitted thai the Irallnhoe Imemlbers iare do16ing, anlid have belen doing their bIest, to aljust mnattelrs., and if tlhe sanir enI erg.l had been displayed by our reple senta.tives on tile Metropolitan Board of W'oiks, I 'i siie by thi vem eJwww thing would .have teen done t6o have alleviated the trouble. The whole dif ficulty lies .in our being represented by a resident of the Gr-ensborough riding. Iowev-er good a man Ihe ma.v be. lie is not personally i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

.3i " The very: first Suit he tailored for me settled the ques tion. MIaterial, cut, fit, and finish pleased me so well I simply couldn't; pass him for my next. Let him tailor you a Suit and sec it you don't agree with me. His Suitings.are ex ceptionally fine. Pat terns post free if you cannot call," tSMIrT-Std &S SJO.NRSTON Sr. ONI l WO O" NT/7ANTED.-A Young Girl as house - i id, willning to train.-MRS OR- MEIIOD, "Moorabyne,' Eaglemont. 4 A4NTED.-Light General and Nurse Girl.-Apply MRS MOKAY, Toora CASTELOW, 6 Olarendon-strooet, Northoote. OST.---A Fox Terriir, nswers to the n.me of ''Jack. floward.-J. RO BERTSON, Burgundystreet, H?idelberg, TOST.--Bunici of eys, on ringin Ivan .LJhoe. :Fiide: kindly return t~o THE NEWiS Office :?:??VfiOIT· ee:· :'(:.:?:,7-:::f-:i :.. . ·OR SALE Good Pi-sio iron frame; . liad very littla: so -iipply OHIAs. uIjs Friti?.; Ivanihoe I HVANIOE METHODIST CHURCH, A Grand Concert WilL be held in the Now Building on' -SATURDAY, 21ST MARCH, . - At 8...

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HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. TUESDAY, MARCH 17. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

HEIDELBERG SHIRE oUNCIL. ' MONTHLY MEETING. TUESDAY, MARCH 17. Present:-Crs. R. G. Ball (presi dent), A. H. Price, J. H. Stone, H. Fluck. J. S. White, T. Trevena, E. A: Knell, W. Rank. R. J. Lori mier, J. Coate, A. Rollason, and H. S. Oakes. Correspondence. Constable Harrison, Ivanhoe, wrote agreeing to act fore Senior-Constable . Howden during the latter'-s emporary absenoa through illness, as sanitary in spector at Fairfield.-Received. St. John's Ambulance Association re quested share in charity vote.-Re ceived. Board of Public Health forwarded copy of regulations regarding fish. sup ply and "the cleansing of drinking S vessels at. sports and places of recrea tion.-Referred to Pure Foods Inspec tor.. :R.- Wadeson, sanitary inspector, Dia i-ond Creek. requested that he be Sgianted an increase :in salary.-Salary raised to £35. B : . . Classon, lion. secretary of S:Fairfield Football 'Club, made apphliea tion for use of recreation reserve dur ing football season.-R-ferred .to Fair fi...

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KINDERGARTEN GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

KINDERGARTEN GUILD. A meeting of Sunday school superin tendents and teachers was held at St. John's Church of England School Hall, Heidelberg, on Tuesday evening, 3rd inst., for the purpose of formuing an asso ciation for the study and practice of kindergarten methods of instruction as applied to Sunday scliool work.' __Thot Rev D. W. Weir presided, and repre-' sentaltives were present from the Church, of England schools of St. John's, Hei delberg; St James', Ivanhoe; St. laul's, Fairfield; and Scots' Sabbath School, Heidelbierg. The Chairmau said that the association, which would be quite undenominational, would deal with the syllabi of lessons of the beginners and primary departments. Miss l. P. Fair weather, who was already well and favor ably known in the district as an expert kindergartner, had expressed her willing ness to give her services as leader of the class. It was resolved that the name of tho association be the Heidelberg Shire Kindergarten Guild, and the following ofl...

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IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

IVANI{OE. Last year's premiers, Ivanho, also hold their annual lmeeting last MIonday night, there being a satisfactory attend ance of members and supporters. The president, Mr W. A. Carruthors, was in the chair. The committee's report congratulated t;hE playing members on their success in wilning the Heidelberg District Football Association premiership at its second at tempt. The club contested 16 matches, of which 13 Iwore won, and three lost. Apprcciation was expressed of the splen did entertainment so generously given to Etheo lub by Cr R. G. Ball, presiaent of the 'Shire of Heidelberg, to celebrate the winning of the flag. Ieference was made to the presentations of group photos to the players, Mr J. Gough (secretary), Mr Bert. Colechin (captain), and Mr J. Fraser for long and faithful service to the club. Thanks were extended to Mr P. Robertson for presentation of gold medal, Mr D. Rodger for the strenuous work performed by him, and the dele gates, iMessrs President Carruthers, ...

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IVANHOE BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

IVANHOE BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. This school celebrated its anniversary on Sunday, 8th inst., by three services, the pastor, Rev J. E. Newnham preach ing in the morning, the Rev H. Horsfall in the afternoon, and Rov N. Beurlo at night, good congregatious attending on each occasion. A particular feature of each service was the singing of the scho lars, under the conductorship of Mr N. Irvin, and wlhich was enhanced by orch estral music. In the morning prizes were given to those children who had :-:.~ _·.I; attended church for the whole year, and ten.oaly missed odd days. On the fol lowing Tuesday evening the celebrations were continued. At 6.30, a children's tea took place, when the two rival in crease teams met, and the blues (losers) entertained the reds (winners). A well attended public meeting subsequently followed, at which there was combined singing by the children, pianoforte duets, .recitations,4ongs, and special items, The prize distribution also took place, seven scholars win...

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FOOTBALL. CLUB ANNUAL MEETINGS. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

FOOTBALL. CLUB ANNUAL MEETINGS. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS.g About 50 members attended the an. nual meeting of this club, which was held in the Rechabite Hall, Fairficld, on Monday evening last. Mr.l{. Sutherland was voted to the chair. The fifth annual report, submitted by the secretary -Mr 1{. Harrison), stated that last year's comnuittee was continu ally worried through the unfinancial position of the club. Fourteen matches were played in the Heidelberg District Competition, four of which were won, and 10 lost,- the team sustaining defeat on several occasions liy a very small margin. A gold medal donated by Mr O Forster was awarded to A. Gittins as tVie most consistent player. The kindred " hl n .fh Ti nmi .Q,-.. ... . CILu-mUU Lair]icI ooniors-was Con gratulated on the honor of playing off for the premiership. Thanks were ex tended to Mr A. Korttun, for placing his experience as delegate at the service of the club ; Mr P. Nye, for so capably captaining the team; Mr L. Thompson as preside...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

STOP! LOOK! LISTENI 1' Fyou want your Suites Re-upholstercd '.. and Re-covered Equal to Nte, you .:.'d them to a practical man., S -A. WILSON, Upholsterer and Art Furnicher, "QUIEEN'S PARADE, NTIH FITRROY • practica' mann, and has had 35.years' - . erience wilh the -best city firms, and guaranctees satisfaction. : hiningroom, f)rawingroom, and Bed ,m Suites, Chester lield Sofas, Easy Chairs, V\-ndow and Verandah Blinds to Order - :'-tterns and estimates.submitted. Post - , Is attended to. Please mention this paper. Miss Parker, . COSTUMIB?E, (TISHES to intimate to the Residents " Y of 'Ivanhoe and surrouiilding Dis Ss.that sheiwill on Monday, 9th March, "-. blishment inx '- DELBERG ROAD. IVANHOE i trust to receive liberal patronage. Costumes a ,pc iality. Good Fit Guaranteed. ' AS. (. DAVIS S'. eengrocer & - . :: _. Confectioner.. AT IilDELBERG ROAD, IVANIOB, -: GS to iotimate that he has Removed S , his Business to New Premises, next a?. :crcial Bank. S FruitLand V'getables...

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COUNCIL'S CHARITY VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

COUNCIL'S CHARITY VOTE. At Tuesday night's meeng of the Heidelberg Council, the annual charity vote was allocated as follows:-Mel bourne Hospital, £51/5/; Women's, Al fred, Austin, Eye and Ear, and Childrqn's Hospitals, and Benevolent Asylum, £27/ each; Queen Victoria, Homeopathic, Blind Asylum, Orphan Asylum, Deaf and Dumb Institute, Infant Asylum, Prevention of Cruelty to Children So ciety, Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Society, Immigrants' Aid Society, Dis charged Prisoners' Aid Society, Homes of Hope Orhasnage, Convalescents' Aid i~? 2oi M?en, St.- Vincent de. -Pau's Orphanage, Little Sisters of the Pooi', Children's Rest Society,Talbot Institute for Epileptics, Salvation Army Home, and Sutherland Homes, £1/1/ each.

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FAIRFIELD SWIMMING CLUB. ANNUAL MEMBERS' CARNIVAL. COMPETITION LIMITED BY MILITARY DRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

FAIRFIELD SWIMMING CLUB. ANNUAL MEMZBERS' CARNIVAL. COMPETITION LIMITED BY MILI TARY DRILL. The above club has loomeid intio one of I:he most enterprising organisa tions in the district, during tl!e past~ coulple o -suunmers, due, doubtless, to the -nthiisiS m cshown by its exe etitie o!icers; :i?flid the attr?actability ofi tlhe I)lo?gramiines -whieli ha ve. beeLn franied.L N:::stoui6 lhs been left un " t iede toirds. euisring" a capita! a or1?te n sport ii.n n ol ,ors, ol water cdinlpctitions oni eachli occasion, ani: thWicti: :i.hs secuied the confi ueice:- ofv the genera1. public who patroniise tliese gatherings, goes with out saying. A swimmisng' iclub' should need no recommlnidation. in view of the. imineinse benefit. its bestows on atny conmmuity, but, although regret table to relate, no matter wha'tever laudable object is oiithe t'ipis, it still requires some magnet to infuse in terest among imany people. The ex cellent work which the Fairfield club ihas done, and is doingi,...

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IVANHOE B v. MISSION C.C. Won by Mission by 57 runs. J. Barry made 33, and J. McKeown took 7 wickets for 29 runs. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

IVANHOE B y. MISSION C.C. Won by Mission by 57 runs. J. Barry made 33, and J. McKeown took 7 wickets for 29 riuns. IVANHOE B. First Innings ... .. 38 Second Innings. W. Barstow, b Thomas ... 1 - McDonald, b Hunt ... 2 I. Dick, not out ... ... 6 F. Lawton, b Hunt ... ... 0 J. McKeown, b,Thomas ... 3 J. Barry, b Hunt ... ... 33, Ar. Fox, b Thomas ... .. 1 W. Ladner, b Thomas ... 6 *J. Calhoun, b Thomas ... 3 A. Williams, b Lindsay ,., 4 -Abrams, c, b Lindsay ... 0 Sundries ... .. 2 Total . , -... 61 MISSION, First Innings ... ... 50 Second Innings ... ...106 SA match will take place between .he, Heidelberg and Alphington .: ams 'this (Sattirday) afternoon on She Alphington reserve. On 2ist and 28th March, Ivanhoe k play the North Melb. Rovers. On ,th April is the Marriedj v. Single l-atch. On 21st and 28th March, Ivanhoe S; play'Alphington Mutuals at Ivan S.oe. A smovement is on foot to form a . .strict cricket competition for nex :ason, the Alphington club conven ,g a meeting for tha...

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NEW C.E. VICARAGE FOR HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

NEW C.E. VICARAGE FOR HEIDELBERG. At a meeting of the parishioners of St. John's Church of England, Heidelberg, on Thursday night, the plans were adop ted for a new two-storied vicarage of Tasmanian and Ratlicart hardwood, to be erected at the corner of Hawdon and Banksia streets, and out of four tenders, that of Crawther and'Xnight, at £1160, was accepted for the work. Recenutly,. the old vicarage was disposed of, and the church has about £700 in hand towards replacing, it. The plan provides for a handsome structure, with a tile roof.

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GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

: GIEENSBOROUGI. - . (Fi om OurCorrespondent). The annual meeting of the Greensbor ough Football Club was held on the 14th inst., wlfen,there was a large attendance. The president, Cr A. H. Price, occupied the chair. The secretary's report disclosed a very satisfactory state of affairs, the balance sheet showing the receipts to have total led £35/5/4, and expenditure (including grants to disabled players) £30/18/7, leaving a balance in hand of £4/6/9. The President also donated £2/2/ to accident fund, thus giving a creditol £6/8/9. Ex tended reference was made to the Booth protest case, as the result of which the club withdrew from the competition at a ,Tjiitivhei it was ih a favorable position for the premicrship. Votes of thanks were passed to the reliring officers, in eluding Messrs.Merrall and C. Elliott; Mr -\ V. Cannon for use of ground for matches; also dressing and training rooms; and the local liross, Tire NEws, for the fair and accurate reports of the club's doings. The fo...

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ALPHINGTON MUTUALS v. RICHMOND MASCOTTE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

ALPHINGTON MUTUALS v. RICHMOND MASCOTTE. - This match was conclude. last Saturday, and resulted in a win for the Mutuals by 79 runs. P.Saloway, 34, and C. Holilow, 46 not out, batted well, I'CHMOND M~ASCOITT. Total ... ... 49 ALPHINGTON MUTUALS. T. Trevena, b Dunne... ... 2 C. Hamilton, b Dunne ... 0 S P. Saloway, c, b Giband ... 34 . .T. Barker, c, b Dunne ... 17 'H. Grenness, c, b Giband .. . 3 D. Davis, b Roberts ... ... 3 C. Hollow, not out .... .,. 46 31. Knight, c, b Mahoney ... 6 T. Hiscck, c,;b Roberts "... 1. L. Knowles, run out,. ,,, 2 Sundries ... ,,. 14 Total ... ,,,128

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IVANHOE PARK CROQUET AND TENNIS CLUBS. GARDEN FETE AND GYMKHANA. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 March 1914

IVANHOE PARK CROQUET AND TENNIS CLUBS. GARiDEN FETE' AND GYMKHANA. Notw?ithstanding that somewhat of a similar carnival was held by the Ivan hoe Recreation Assooiation just a week previously, the garden fete and croquet gymkhana, promoted by .tlohe above clubs, and which ecientuxted. lhst Sat urday afiternoon and ev:: c gi in ?s most successful, and it !is Tully anticipatel that a siurlips of ov·e-l £100: will reainin as the outcome to bel : devtied towards furt;lir imnproving tWilI~anhoe. Recrea tion Re~kerv?e, :wshiclis ;:t;s :present in the transition stage":i.ig)Iairdly, a. more adiptabloe reisdezvoius ?oivthoifete could have been olhosen.l h t hii the.iioist piclur esqule gronids : surroundin g ":sRavens :Wood,' -hlide rcsideic otf Mi r.: nd Mrs. R.. W IKeninedl , Lowriiroad, Ivanhoo. :Despite ftilie ,sjpell of' dry weat'hc , tihe magnificent I. !is si:shirub?rcies, and other foirms of ornam-onntal giiowtlhs pre sented picturio isi themsel~es anmd the clinm'tiic coliditions bei...

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