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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 May 1914
PITH AND POINT. Heidelberg shire notifies that unless rates are paid by O1th Juno no person shall be entitled to be enrolled in respect of same. Attention is called to the fact that a copious list of sheetings, curtains, rugs, shirtings, and various wearing apparel to be had at Doherty's, the Johnston-street drapers, published on page 4 of to-day's issue, A warning note is sound&sd .gn pgo a4 which our readers will do well to give heed to. Read it! An advertisement of Messrs Duscher's, high-class tailors, of 93 Johnston.street, Collingwood, is included in this issue of the NEWS. Particulars of the Surrey Laundry, 227 Johnston-street, Abbotsford, is ad vertised in a separate part of this issue. Hattam's Bargai. Fair commences to.day.* The Park theatre, Fairfield, continues to please the public. Some excellent films will be shown next week, including a magnificent colpred drama, 3,500 feet, entitled, "Last Laugh." To those wishing to have cutlery ground, razors set, or saws re...
JUVENILE FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 May 1914
JUVENILE FANCY DRESS BALL. Heidelberg recreation hall pre sented a scene of great animation on Wednesday last, when a' fancy dress juvenile ball took place. Children from the Heidelberg and neighbouring Catho lic schools assembled in large numbers and occupied the dancing floor from 8 to 10 p.m. Diversity and color marked the scene, and the hundred odd specta tors evinced throughout a lively sense of appreciation, and admiring epithets were frequently expressed in favor of the young dancers. On the floor midget Highlanders, midshipmen, Irishmen, and folks of far-off Spain and Italy were seen careering round with airs of great consequence. Amongst the assemblage were to be seen young Allen Doones and Harry Lauders. Music was supplied by Mr and Miss Harris, of Ivanhoe. Per haps one of-the most effective dances of the evening was the Sir Roger de Coverly, which was performed with a neat and ?a sure foot. Several Spanish dances also proved delightful to the eye. After ten o'clock, the c...
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. Tuesday, May 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
I 1. . .--.... `-.-, = " ".-. .:---.; .. HEIDELBERG SHIRE' COUNCIL MONTHLY MEET[NG. Tuesday, May 19th. Present:-Crs. R. G. Ball (Presi dent), H. Fluck, H. S. Oakes, T. Tre enia, J. S. White, A. Rollason, E. A. Knell, J. H. Stone. A. H. Price, J. Coate, R. J. Lorimer, and W. Rank. CORRESPONDENCE. E. McDonell, Locksley-street, Ivan hoe, W-rote, objecting to the state of Locksley-road, saying there are water-lioles in it. To be informed that Locksley-road is a private street. Health officer to report and street to be constructed, if found dangetous. Sanitary Inspector reported on in sanitary private drains in Arthur street, Fairfield, and stating thlat notice had been served on owiiers to put drains in order. Also suggesting that Fairfield-road drain should be opened out at south end.--Recom mended that action be taken against owners o1 drains if not put in order. 1Fairfied ]'rog'ress Association ask ed the conceil Iot to iccept offler of Railway ilelprtminpt .to allow the Outfer Circl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
·I · MQv. 'to *"The very first Suit he -- tailored for me settled the ques tion. Material, cut, fit, and finish pleased Inme so well I simply couldn t pass him for my next. Let him tailor you a Suit and see if you don't agree ?i?h me. His Suitings are ex ceptibna:lly fine. Pat teres posf free if you cannot call. Cv Swne St.and JoeiwPsrouS .*:t CoLurnGWO~OD - OR SALE, well-built 7.-roomed Villa., outhouses, and all conveniences, close station. "lI," NEWFS OgOe, ,vanhoB, W? IDQ.W, 50, refined, active, amiable, kind' ispositibn, scrupously clean, not, wishes position housekeeper, elderly gentleman, Open week,-News Agency, Heidelberg. - IRL, young, train household duties, SIvanhoc district, splendid home,- 205 Napier Street, Fitzroy, T OST, between Adamson Street and !- Church of England, Plain Gold Equgle. Ipeward.-,-W. BOND, " Myall'," Ada.msot- Street, Heidelberg, IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON PROGRESS SOCIETY. r.[HE Monthly MIceting of the above .. Society will be held in the Ivanhoe Hall ...
GREENSBOROUGH v. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
GREENSBOROUGH v. HEIDEL BERG. This match was played on Satur day last on the ground of the former club, and, as was anticipated, a keen struggle resulted. For the-first three. quarters, as the .scores indicate,,the issue was uncertain, and ; tie suppori - '' ters of both sides were left in a state of doubt and expectancy. At the end of the third quarter, Chanter collided with Iodgson, and was rendered un conscious. Although, at the begin ning of the final tferfmiCjaihter p-0 infe ily staggered into the ield, his efforts- were of slight avail. The locals were also deprived of a good man in Main, vhich had a' perceptible influence on who took.his place as a man to be the result.. A. a junior,. tried, lacked experience and skill. It is very desirable that a more punetiial start should be made. The match was no opp menced till 3.31, the last quarter, as freu reut, being -iayed in the dusk. Heidelberg players aeC to be congratutlated on rptaining thoi services of L. Oram. whose c?pt n!!p...
CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
C.. JJJB NOTBS. (By '"Follower,") S Umpires for to-day's matches are: I Alphington v. Ivanhoe, J. H. Mulcahy; Greensborough v. Diamond Creik, W. Coulthas; Heidelberg v. Fairfield, W. Dykes; Fairfield Juniors a - bye. Matches will be played on the ground of the first-named club. To-day Ivanhoe and Fairfield at Fair. field play thh match they were unable to * j \ ixth i nthih Umpire, G le~ni. Ivanhoe team will be picked from: Colehi, Ohoswass, Sach, Swadesir, Scott (3), Harrison, Milsom. Wilson, Lecky, Fox (2), Fraser, M'Elgunn, Pootes, M'Donald, Wall, M'Keowen, Tuomey, Henry. Fairfield Seniors team will be chosen from-A. Benny, A. Biddiscombe, N. Clarke, W. Clarke, B13. Glasson, W. Dummott, C. Ellison, 1. Green, ?J. Foster,. J. Greenwood, F. Halfpenny, F. Holdcn, A. Kyden, F. Hyden, f. lames, Q.irnles, C.1.' ulindl, 'C.' MPa/inSfy,' EI. ?Isatin, Ty. Neil, 8] A. Sha'naasoy, 3TY I?bicher, TW. Reid, A. Scott, n. Fl4eehy p, Smith, #eidelberga's team for to-day will be chosen from the fol...
ST. JAMES' HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
SIJT. JAMES' HARRIERS. Oh Saturday last the East Melbourne harriers (60) andlSt. James, Ivanhoe (15) held a paper chase from the Recreation. Reserve across five miles of hilly country towards Heidelberg. Two packs were formed and the fast pack caught up to the slows in Marshall street, where they amalgamatcd and finished the run to gether, At the conclusion of the run both clubs w~rj entertained at afternoon tea by 'Mr Amos (a. nld Jast Mel bournian) at his house. V. Pitman apd two East Melbourne harriers -acted as hares. P. Peck, although young, shows promise of becoming, a good runner jiudging by the way he finished on Saturday. The team for the five mile novice race to be held shortly is corn. posed as follows:-Moffatt, Everitt, Taylor, Davoy, Bryant, Skead, Amos,. Coldbeeklr, Moore, Knorr, Winter, Sutton, with Heine and Alcock as emer gencies. Saturday next St. James, Ivanhoe, run at Moorabbin. Train, 2.30 from town.
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
PITH AND POINT. Hattam's Early inter Bargain Fair odened auspiciously last week. Those that attended were truly astonished at the big values that obtain. Don't ~igs it, madame . . Note Hattam's advt. on page 4 of this isshe. There are a few prices indicative of the valueswhich await you at "The biggest of all Bargain Fairs."* R~ight now is the time to purchase all your winter qousehold wants. v isit Hattam's bargain event and save pounds. The monthly meeting of the Ivanhoe and Alphington Progress Association will be held in the Alphington hall on Monday next, 25th inst., at 8 p.m. In connection with the same, a public meeting will bp held to discuss the necessity of having a resident pqlice constable at Alphington, and also ~the planting of trees in the streets of Al. phingtou, A good atteadace is desired.
HEIDELBERG S.S. COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
HEIDELBERG S.S. COMMITTEE. The Heidelberg State school com mittee met last Friday in the State school. Present --Revs Alex Hardie, and Weir, and Messrs Tyrell, Coutie and E. Rouch, correspondent. Owing to the absence of Dr King, Mr Hardie was voted to tihe chair. A good deal of business was done, tne chief items being the purchase of a new piano for the kindergarten class, and the acceptance of tender for enlarging and putting the tennis court in order. Garden tools were ordered and the grounds to be generally attended to. With these ad ditions the school willbe better equipped than it ever has been in its history. The committee are anxious to make the school and ground's a place of attraction.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
GOLF. Saturday was a gi=* day at .osanna on Saturday, when the club heid it formal opening day. About 30 pairs competed for trophies presented by the president, and even then a number of men could not secure partners and-con. tented. th?emselves by, matches against each othler. A . large •number of com petitors were ladies from other clubs, upon whom the links, seen as -they were under their most pleasing conditions, made a most favorable impression. In fact it was generally conceded that for charm of sarroundings and scenic beauty no better course can -bb found around Melbourne. The winmng pair proved to be A. Nuttall aid Mrs Morton with| a card of 101-2279, with J. Masson and Miss Tyrer (npett 8) agd 4. . e)ennaptt and ]Mjis Chambers (nett 82) next to them.. Next Saturday a match will be played against Linacre Park.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
J.W. BROWN, . i::- ]::. "1st CLASS O?CEiTIFICATED PLUMB 1iR, Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe. (Late inspector M,M.B.W.) ESTIMATiS GIVEN FOR LAYING ON HOT OR COLD WATER. Sewerage Connections, Gasfitting, BeIllitting, Iron, Copper and Zinc Work. Telephone, Heidelberg 177M. Motor Cycles *: SMotor Cycles J ust Landed. England's Latest.' Any make of Bicycle or Motor Cycle taken as part payment. LONG TEBMS LONG TERMS Inspection Invited. Turner Bros, 17 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE :::~': "" !- - - ".:. -- - The up-todoute Grocery Store Station Street, FAIRIELD. A. W. PERRY TESIRES to intimate to the residents of Fairfield anyld Surrounding Districts that he has taken over the above business erom Mr F. R. ::i :3 nnett, and is prepared to supply all requirements in the Grocery line. Onl- y the higiest quality goods stocked, and sold at Collingwood Prices Orders called for and delivered. One trial will convince. : Note. the address A. W, PERRY, Grocer and Provision Merchant, (Next to W, G. Winch, bu...
ST. JAMES' CHURCH, IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
.ST. JAMES' CHURCH, IVANHOE. The Church of England vestry have accepted a tender for their new parish hall and school, the total cost of which when finished will be about £2000. The building will be a handsome structure of brick, roughly 80 feet by 50, and will be commenced within a few weeks on the church grounds to the north side of the ohurch. As well as a large main hall with a spacious stage there, will be a fine guildroom for the use of the ladies and girls, and a young men's club room, two small. classrooms, an up.to-date athletes. It is intended "to have the ladies' guildroom furnished like a cosy sitting room for the use of club meetings, while on Sunday it will serve as a home for the kindergarten which is to be established. Our Church of England friends are to be congratulated on their enteeprise. They have in the past been most liberal givers, and united and energetic workers, and their latest undertaking is another proof in the belief in the future of the district and t...
FAIRFIELD v. DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
FAIIFIELD v. DIAMOND CREE-K. The above manteh.liwas played on the grounds of the latter, and was play ed with the same old friendly spirit as those played last. year between these clubs. The game. was very even up to the-lialf-time as the ball was travelling to and fro and play was very even as well as the scores which read--lFairfield, 2 goals 7 be hinds; Diamond Creek, 2 goals. 5 be hinds. Resuming play after the interval the local boys played their best and added tliree goals in tile third quarter to a few points added by their opponents. In the final quar ter the locals put on .i strong back, consequently the visitors were at tacking very strongly, but were re pulsed againu and again, and when the final bell rang the scores were--Dia: mond Creek, 6 goals 9 behinds; Fair field, 3 goals 17 behinds. Umpnlire Mulcalhy gave entire sitisfaetign, b!t was a trifle slow in giving his d?e cisionis. The following lshowed out most for the winners:-B.. Iceddle, L. Soper, A. Soper, J. Coventr...
SCOTS' CHURCH, HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
SCOTS' CHURCH, HEIDELBERG. : On Sunday evening, May 3rd,-cev. A;: /' lex. Ilardie began a new series of popular addresses on "Aspects of Life.' The first was entitled "A Well-Planned Life." There was a large congregation. The preacher took Jabez's prayer. for his text:."Oh, that Thou wouldst. : --bless me indeed and enlarige my coast an;:i : rid that Thine hand might be with nme. and that Thou wouldst keep nie from evil, that it may not be to my sor roiw." And God granted him that i4: which he. requested." The preaclhi said it was necessary to have a phil for .our life. We are character builders, and no builder would think of starting a great work without a i':.: " plan. IJabez placed God first. Be :'': -i ::eaththe material play of our life, and underlying its seeming realities. there remains a whole range of forces .: whose power we ma.y try to ignore. but cannot resist. The soul that cries, "Oh, that Thou wouldst bles ime indeed" is truly awake to thr highest interests of life. I...
THE AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
THE AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. The Heidelberg branch of the Aus tralian Women's National League held a most successful meeting in the Ivanhoe hall on Wednesday afternoon, over a hundred members and friends being in attendance. The hall was tastefully decorated with the league colors, purple and primrose, and the president, Mrs H. D. Maling, was in the chair. The principal speaker was Mrs Berry, of Ballarat, and in introducing her'Mr Maling said they were very grateful to Mrs Berry for her attendance. Mrs Berry had addressed the meeting on a former occasion with much success, and the president hoped they would, as they always did, give her a hearty and atten tive hearing. Mrs Berry, on rising to speak, was greeted with loud applause, and immediately directed her remarks to the important position that women held in the Commonwealth, seeing that they are in a considerable majority. She alluded to the forthcoming State elec tions, and said that she hoped they would increase the...
FOOTBALL. FAIRLIED JUNIORS v. ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
FOOTBALL .FAIRLIED' JUNIORS v. AL. PHINGTON. So close was the game on Satur day last between Fairfield Juniors and Alphington, played on the Fiirfielt Juniors' ground, that the spectatolr and the players were-in-a state of suspense right from start to finish and even at the conclusion, there wa? a general feeling of uncertainty a: to whether the. game belonged to either side; only a matter of one point separated the two teams, and gave the prominence to Alphington. It wa~s maintained, however, by the bulk of Fairfield barrackers, that their team had been deprived of a behind by either neglect or oversight on the part of a.:goal umpire. Whethe, the be hind was really secured or not can-. not besaid at the present for cer tainty. It looked perilously like a behind from the opposite posts, but it is just possible the ball may have grazed the post. The goal umpire was surely in the best position to:de cide, nevertheless, and he declares the post was touched. :k good deal of resentment w...
IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. THE GREAT FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. THE GREAT FAIR. The bazar, iln d .f the recrea tiiln ground of the Ivanho,.e Pre'ess Association, which was opened by His Excellency, Sir Arthur Stanley, the State. Governor, on Friiday,:15tlh iist., in the Ivanhioe ill:fully reil ised the highest pet?iiettions.' THis Excellency, : whdo. w s ?htteended by CaLptain Gale, A" .D.C; mot?ie i:out, and· the road Wv lsmade festive by strenmeis of 'lL shades i. shali pes. reachig from 1t u!a?yi ..ji y, ridge to tihail. ,A gtarn.i~ t honoi, coimposed o Iivanhoe, Presto, 4n d Melbolurne boy scout st.~.a.d to thU slutite on. thkoe '-·rnaols aiproach.: Cv .Ball, shireiresidenit, and Dr. Adami, presi dent of the ProgreIAsAssociation, re ceined the. vlie regal party. In a pithy slpeech of welcome, Cr. Ball said he regrettedithe. 0ogliog and sl?op?y state of the ofroad's, ud fei epstriia ed t-o 4mlo lc .i thei\ une enue.i ,0 hi.?II iTsi, Excellency tiephied th-a be wns dihpided ;Ionisudeable itis facticon n--ilin o...
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 May 1914
HOCKEY. A number oE people witnessed the matches of the Fairfield, A and B teams against the East St. Kilda and Carlton clubs respectively at the Northeote Park on Satirday lst. Both of the Fairfield teams hayd s4i9wn ree~rkalbe improve ment, and without doubt will make , good account of themselves in the Premiership this season. The A. team had a most decisive victory over East St. Kilda, scoring 11 goals to 1, the goal $i ters being Casey (4), Stabley (3), ?rewer (2), '. e]eMasurer (2), and prominent players were ~e Watt Bros., Hartkapf, and Besley. Thie B team were victors of Carlton by 12 goals to 2, Thompson (7), Stubley (4), Browne (1), being the goal getters. Whilst C. Simondsen, Misken, Morgan and F. SimoadC~eplayed well.