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FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
FAIRFIEL J POGRIESS SOCIETY. ' :MONTHLY MEETING. iThere Iwas% .a fair attendance of iuein .bers; rath tli's society's m'eeting in-tho Fiifield Hal on. Tuesday veninigdlast, lik president (Mr. E. Bridge) ibeing iin:the chair. : Ani apology' for . nonat-' tenidance was receved if rom Ir. W. :Le *Masiserir i(minute secretaryi.):'.- Rhiver Inspeotion.. ;. -'Correspoindence wias recoived :,Iroin li.e Hieidelbeig Shire Cooincil,- extud iig..'l:ini i t'ihtion for ,the societiy to bib .iepreseinted at the "spread given to tle :Paliamentary visitors last Friday. iafteirnioon,. The President .reported hrinj g 'aittended the fuotoion -oii Tnehal ::fthe; Society; a:t which lthieie as soueo very good speeohn-making .oi the : ai"a- imprdovement scheme, but fi cq siome of thle remarks he realised that it w;ould be some time before the .propo sals weire consummated.. .-Ho weveri, ' 'financial scheme was now -beiig- formiu lated by the Government. .The iug gested road was not to be a"odiect route by...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
~YP TAiLORa "The -very first Suit he tailored for me settled the iues tion. Rinrteriad, cut, fit, and finish pleasedl me so well I simply couldn j pass him for my next. Sut him tailor you a Suit and see if you don't agree nx ith me. Bis Su itings are ex. ceptional y fine,. Pat terns post free -if you cannot call." * OHNSTON &,T. a * N5TON~cj.bb .g IVANHOE.--Wanuted Exchange Business Blook Land, contre Main road, value ;F90, for Residential Block. similar value. -" Progress," Ivanhoo P,0, F-OR SALE.-Bookcase, solid Walnut, massivo.-MIATTHEWS, Wateordalo. road, Ivanhoe, OR SALE.--LATHS, new, 2000 full . bundles, 3/ bundle.-EOPKINS and SON, M?Irchants, Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe, Phone, Heidelberg 156. IVANHOE Horticultural Society, [IGHIH ANNUAL SHOW OF IPOT PLANTS, CUT FLiOWERS, &c. in Ueo Ivanhoe Hall on Saturday, April 18, 1914, Evening only, from 6 to 10 p.m. Admission, 1/; Children, half-price. Musical Program. Show Entries Close Thursday, April 16, at - Miss Stanto...
The Easter Message. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
The Easter Message. : ri REV. ALEX. ADII.E.] . Thei doctrine of the resurre?tion, the message of Easter, should receive our ready assent. It should create in us nq wonder, and excite no oppositioq. The way has been prepared for our belief in it by the many emblems and illustrations furnished by natqre. Morning retyrniig after the darkness of night, the tide iad vancing after the ebb, the moon re--ap pearing after it has vanislhed and rettrr. ing to full orbed beauty, spring with its new life, and vigor succeeding wintoer when all things lie dead and dormant, the insect undergoing transformation in the larva and chrysalid state and emerg ing therefrom the full winged golden butterfly, the grain of wheat rotting in the soil and then springing forth to bloom and bear fruit, insects, birds, and animals awakening to life and activity after passing the winter in a condition of torpor. Not, however, till Christ came was certainty regardiin -this doetrino fully established. By Him, life and...
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PRO GRESS ASSOCIATION. SANNUAL IMEETING. The above iassociation lhehl its an nual meetiing in the Presbyterian Hall." Heidelberg. on Monday evening' last. In the absence of Mr. President John Ma y. Mr. H. Tyrell- (vice-presidelnt) presided over a moderate attendance of members. TELEPHONE CABINET ON: : S . STATION. -:;- :. ' Postal departmeit replied lthiaf?t the: Railii iy deprtment a asked whetl tiei i ' ei oul oijec ion to sil tele?Ine ,abeto in ph*1 idcedonltestiati oi4p a ^m 'ind' i?'repyi^ was: ? eo;i'ied ,toteen e tha tol itn passeng er:t' -ai c?.". and -: .i . " cnmsances thre st old not be ,'ruitd ~o it wis 'lio-,ooved, si ited t it'hteliret;Iwoadiii aot y oabjection o "cJinet 'i" i ln-i. .talled 't he Stdleviro ena tl lof tie railway sub i-v ' intii rctl iist ios are accordingly ein' issned. fora telephone and cab nti: d'6.be-pd'rovided in thate positiona Some: rofe; metli mbersi were e'opposed g7 ffi, th Statin, i iut:e 'i'oposed site was :utia teoacept...
YARRA IMPROVEMENT SCHEME. INSPECTION BY PARLIAMENTARY MEMBERS. NECESSITY OF SNAGGING EMPHASISED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
i:YARRA IMPROVEMENT SCHEME. I1NSPECTION' BY PARLIAMiEN A:R'- aliY MEMrBERS. . S NECESITY OF SNAGGING EM PHASISED. About a year ago a visit took place :.Vby a number of members of Parlia :ment of the upper reaches of the ' X Yarra. when the urgency of the river being snagged all the way to Heidel -berg was very apparent. Since then little further work in this direction .has been accomplished, and with the idea of pushing on with these opera tions a second inspection was ar ranged. This eventuated on Friday -afternbon of last week, when a much :larger number of Parliamentarians made the trip than on the former occasion.: Among those who atten ded were Sir Frank Madden, Messrs. Hannah, Membrey, Hampson, Web ber, Jewell, Leckie, Elmslie, Prender gast, Lemm6u, Angus, Carlisle. Solly, ..and McPherson, M.'sL.A.; Iessrs. Evans, Beckett andM.rritt, M.'sL.C.; the Mayors of Fitzroy, CollingWood, SNorthcote, Kew, Richmond, and Hfaw thorn; and Mr. Gollier, Minister of Railways from Western Austr...
LIST OF FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
LIST OF FIXTURES. Following is life dralw, matches Ietll? on the ground of the first-named Club: First Iound. May-2 .--All?hington v. Fairfield; Ivanhoc '. Greellibhoroughl; Fairfield iTuiniors, v: )Diamond Creck; Heidelberg, a bye. May 0.--Diamond Creek r. Alphingtoji: Fairfield v. Fairfield Tuniors; Heidelberg v. Ivanhoe; Greensborough, a bye. Mday l--i-Diniolld Creek v. Fairfield; arfireld -.Tulmiors 'v. ldliivolo: GIreali.s boroulgh v;: Heidelberg; Ivanloc, a yp:. Mia ;23.-Alphiiigton v. Ivainhoe; Greens borough':v, . Dfanotid .Creek; Heidelberg v. Fairlield; iiiniors: a bye. Mii.i -flo0Dhiamondil Creek v. Heidelberg; FIiiirlield a. Gre?: nsborohigh l Ivanhoe a-: FaitrfeldTi-iTliiorT ,r Alphinigton, a byc. Tuiie I6.? Gree?sooroilgh v. Al'phington: Fanirfield 'r. ?Iviilnhoe:fHleidelberg v. PFair fild .Tuniios' .Diaiond" Creek, a byeo. Tune ;1.:i :Alpil~fgtron v. Heidelberg Ivanlio6 v::Di-moiid Creek: Fairfield .Tun iors rv. Gr.eensahl2 ocoughi Fairlield, a bye. : co : : nd: R?oun...
FOOTBALL. HEIDELBERG DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
FOOTBALL, H?ID?~Bl~G DISTRICT A?sSOCIATION. The Association met at the Sir Henry B13arkly Hotel. on ?iMonday even ing- last, only five clubs being repre sented, viz., Alphington, Diamond Creek, Fairfield, Greensborough, and Heidelberg, the president, Mr. A. C. Norton, being in the chair, IWanhoo were in the balance as to whether they could get a team together this season, but a meeting of playerts .the spnio night decided. that the club should cou tinue in the competition. The boundaries were defined. At the Fairfield end, the radius was fixed along the River Yarra to the Merri Crcek-, theuce along V'ctoria-road to Olifton-street. and back to Darebin OGreek. It was agreed to include play ors residing in the Templestowe and Walrrandyte ridngs within the soope of. the enlarged district, wlhich any of the clubs may draw upon. No fewer than 33 applications were receiv4- for field !unpires, sopeo exper ienced and capable officials beipg in cluded. These wero reduced to 12, ,which will be...
Sunday School Anniversaries IVANHOE METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
Sunday School Anniversaries IVANHOE METHODI l' The tenth anniversary of the above school was celebrated on Sunday, 29th utilt, when the new School iHail was well filled at each of the three services. The Rev S. Scholes occu pied the pulpit in thie morninA andi afternoon, and the Rev G. S. Lloyd in the evening There was some excellent singing by the scholars. who, were arrayed on a specially provided platform, under the con diuctorship of Mr John Jenkin, aind the effect was greatly enhanced by the acco - panying music supplied by an orchestra, the dlay's festivities be ing most successful On the following Tuesday evening the celebrations were continued. A tea meeting was held in the old church building, which ws well attended. This was followed by a social re-union and annual scholars' entertainment in the School Hall, which waspacked to overflowing. many being unatble to obtain admis sion. On account of Mr T. Larham, superintendent of the schloo;, suf fering from a severe cAld, his ...
CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
The ]'Faifcid Seniors commenced practice ait thleiirnew grondii in .the Fairfield 'rk Rcereti:tion Rescivc, 1Ist Sitnirday afterinoon. Albeit just 1 trife on tire 1sdall side, it should make n, ost 'rpt'blc Oilpio' O Theslic rfcci s- tirnch more lcvik thaii thke old' 0rod \ornl)e" stoncs .d i d, small bolders 11shit tliilj iiituid~l qlto dol t!:i cu'~e thiS.n~ Ins' its P0 Ci"to 'poi it~boi ht~for ti~ ngtiecak>for. fill rootijan u;'ijuic1 a ~;juiyulnneeniiv~ cnuc dIn emoiu ·:::e. iv ll noji~t ~ ~tocrtrl5~~T~c Il' di'niaroois ha lobenrmied 1 tote iitte rtcathe[F Qiieiiejiber Ra0bler *~h1si1 oft'ee to play the team having thei btaye inthe d'isticfel Sompt trneach aud. t· issaedta teQeeser Ramler hae fteed o layth ta haing the bye i inth districomeiS tun ah aura
ALPHINGTON METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 April 1914
ALPHINGTON METHODIST. This school held its anniversary celebrations on Sunday last in the School Hall, when three services were conducted. The Rev C. Tre gear, of the South Melbourne Mis sion, officiated in the morning ; Rev Jennings, of Collingwood Mission, in the afternoon; and Rev J. W. RIowse at night. Very satisfactory congre gations attended on each occasion. A feature of all the services was the special singing of the scholars, who had been most capably trained by the conductor, Mr W. IF. Edwards. The incidental music was provided by Miss Trevena on the piano, and Miss' Chendweth as organist. On. Tuesday evening last, the an niversary was brought t& a most suic essful conclusion with a splendid ent rtaimnnent g Ve.n by) eli scholars. rhe gathering that as.embled far exceeded the seating c:tpacity ot the School Hall, and hence quire a numn-. her had to be turned away. Mr J. G White. J.P, superintendent of the school, acted as chairman. Some of the items rende'edl were ...
Bowling Fixtures. FAIRFIELD MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 April 1914
Bowling Fixtures. .VAIRFI1LD MA'TC"IES. - April 18.-Footecray, at Fairfield. - A iil 25.-Malvern and Caulfield,-at i'aulfield, " 2-Northeote, at Northcote. : -S.M.C.C., at Fairfield. .--: I to the News, the up-te I =1 tºrwwspaper ou :an, with a good grace, ask for t :on' of a report of a public, event, *:j~ he Newspaper Has- Done the S -.i? ing. Too many folk act t'other -give the other fellow the print g: , and ask the paper man to spend ,, o we3;writing and publishing a report. -Exchange.:
Woman's View. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 April 1914
S Woman's View. Colonel Falsom was reading the morning. paper, when he exclaimed: S "Wat a terrible. misfortune!" - "What Is It--sombody got mar S:ied?". hls, wife asked. .'So, but a married woman in a fit of rage threw a coffe-cuD at her hue. band. The cup was shivered into ragments, and, one of them cutting ? is jugular vein, he d'ed on the spot. "'he reporter says the grief of the un fortunate woman was dreadful to wit Lness. She was frantic with remorse, ''nd made several attempts to end : er life." "Poor creature!" said Mrs. Falsom, -ith a "sigh. "The broken cup must 'avie belonged to her new china set." * -- A circus man recently ordered a S.arge advertising poster of his show ;? be printed, and objected because here was so much clear sky in it SI ·!ni't a-goin' to advertise the.sky." e-. sai' to the lithographer. "I paid oun to ad--: rtise my show. Draw a _ w camels and stick them up in the :avenly blue. I ain't a-goin' to have ..II that good space run to waste." Love, is a l...
A Gentle Hint. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 April 1914
A Gentle HIlMt. A merchant, wishing to sharpen his nencil, discovered that he had left his penknife at home. None of his clerks seemed to possess one, so, as 't last resource, he called the oficee boy. who was able to furnish the de sired article. "How is it, Tommy," asked the em ployer, "that you alone out of my whole staff seem to have your pocket Knife with you?" "Dunno, sir," replied Thomas, "an less it's because my wages are so low that I can't afford more than one pair of trousers."
PAY "ON THE NAIL." The Man Who Lets His Bills Run Stores Up Trouble and Seldom Gets On in Life. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 April 1914
PAY "ON THE NAIL;. The Man Who Lets His Bills Rus Stores Up Trouble and Seldom GetO On In Life. Micawber was a cheery soul whoe was always waiting for something to turn up. And he was all right-In a week. 'For the Micawbers in modern life the something turns up prett. Quickly. The color of it is blue, whics is a pretty color in the sky, but oft fensive on a summons paper. But the man who lets his bills run sometimes shows that first bit ofblue ware to his friends in the elght-forty five train as if it were no end of a joke. You can only tell a joke once, to get- the best out df It; and, later on, when there's more blue about, it loses its humor. Whether you live in town, suburb, or country village, among your friends ou, are pretty certain to know at'least one who thinks it silly to pay on the S a9li for 'the-things' he has. It's d0l of 4ate,.old-fashioned. He expresses his forcible opinion that the man who goes very carefully through life is the matter of. expenses (having 'pet lap...
Publications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 April 1914
Publications Received. "Can We Acquire Beauty ?" is a question that will touch the heart of every lIdy reader, and though it may be answered to every lady's entire satisfaction, there is certainly a good deal of interest in knowing how other women have done it-or ima gine they have. So that " Everylady's Journal" for April hits upon a live topic when it gives the views-and the portraits-of a number of leading women on " How to Be Beautiful." it seems very evident that beauty of figure is the great consideration rather than the beauty that is skin deep, and we learn front the ladies who have given their views to "Every lady's Journal" that beauty of both body and fac: will follow perfect health. This is the object to aim at, anid tle means suggested are many and various. There are scores of other interesting and useful contribu tions to this April issue. The cover indicates the latest notes in fashion, from underwear to millinery. There are articles, frivolous and learned in terviews...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 April 1914
CRICKET. J. Greenwood, of Fairlield, cover ed himself with glory in the final match of the Victorian Junior As sociation on Easter Saturday. Play. ing.with Clifton Hill A.N.A. against South Melbourne Footballers, he made the fine score of 121, includ ing one 6 and eighteen 4's, and got his side out of a tight position. His display is stated to have been a most brilli?nt one. F.. Salton and A. Roper, also of Fairfield, contributed 20 and io respectively to the A.N.A. score, which in the second innings amounted to 326 runs. This left South. Melbourne 79 runs to win, and they lost no wickets for 23. The match will be: concluded o.n a date to be fixed,
ROSE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 April 1914
ROSE SHHOW. Several Ivanhoe exhibitors were pro. minent among the prize-takers at the National Rose Society's show. in the Melbourne Town Hall on Wednesday afternoon. In the open class, Mr S. Brundrett was first with 12 and 3, and second with ] 8 distinct roses; Mr B. V. Rossi was awarded second for 12 dis tinct, 12 hybrid teas, 6 teas, 12 bunches, and 6 bunches decoratives. Mr J. T. McIntosh was also successful in the ame tour sections.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 April 1914
gar Mvy TAILOR "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. et him tailor you a Suit and see if you don't agree with me, His Su itings are cx ceptional y fine. Pat terns post free if you cannot call." Cr SMITH ST. anf Jo1HNSTON ?S ?'T COLurlNowooD -. .,. .?. . . ..... . 'TT ANTED.-Boy, just left School, to . learn trade.-J. MORRIS, Red Boot Shop, Ivanhoe. IVANHOE :Horticulural Society, IGHIH ANNUAL SUOW or lr' PLANTS, OUT FLOWERS, &c. In the Ivanhoe Hall on Saturday, April 18, 1914, Evening only, from 6 to 10 p.m. Admission, 1/; Children, half-price. Musical Program. W. H. COLLINS, Ron. Sec. Abbotsford Grove, Ivanhoe. HEIDELBERG DISTRICT BAND. r THE Band will give Selections of Sacred and Secular Music in Cannon's Re serve, GI3EENSUOIIOUGH, on Sunday, 26th inst., at 3.15 p.m. M. REES, Hon. Sec. IVANHOE DRAMATIC CLUB. " Sweet Lavender," IVANHOE HALL, SATURDAY, 9T...