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HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

HOCKEY. The fourth round of hockey matoches was played on Saturday last, when Fairfield A journeyed to Elsternwick. The day was an ideal one for hockey, and both teams were well ropresentcd. Elstcrnwick had so far boon undefeated, but as Fairfiold had shown such improvcmont. enthusiasts could hardly foretell who would lie victors. However, up to the third quarter Elsternwick completely outclassed Fairfield, scoring 3 goals to nil. In the last quarter the tables were com pletely turned, for with splendid and strenuous efforts Fairfield scored four times iunsuccessioh, and were victors by 4 goals to 3. 0. Davoren scored twice and P. Stubloy-and Hartkopf each one goal. A. Watt's defence, together with O. Davoren's dashes, were a fdature of the game. S. Brewer, Will LeMasurer and F. BWeslcy also did some most effctive work.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. HEIDELBERG STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

CI) DtWs. EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TELEPHONE-Heidelberg 67. . SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. HEIDELBERG STATE SCHOOL. A meeting was held at the schoolroom on Friday, the Sth, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of publicly expressing regret at the retire mont of MIr Alex. Kelso from the head mastership of the school. Dr W\V. K. King, J.P., chairman- of the school committee, oulogiscd IMr Kelso for his long and useful services extending over 25 years, and referred to his untiring efforts in increasing the efficiency of the school, and in promot ing schemes for the provision of schobl prizes and books for the school library. The Revs A. Hardie and D. W. Weir cor dially endorsed the remarks of the chair man, and referred especially to the great courtesy invariably extended to them by MIr Kelso on the occasions of their visits to the school for religious instruction. Mr Contie, a member of the committee, also expressed regret that the school was losing the valuable services of Mr Kels...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

SCLUB NOTES." :. (By Follower.") - A meeting of the Association was held on 6Monday night last, 25th inst., the presi den'tMr Norton, in the chair. Consider-. able discussion arose over the u~pires.' If was decided to' ihstrdct Lhic secretary to write o the 'dillerent' clubs asking for'i rep??ot s to the ability oi otherwise of tbhe field umpire who umpired their, matches since the competition started, as aguide for the umpire committee. Several applica tions from clubs for the admission of players was granted. Umpires for- Saturday, 30lh inst.:- Diamond Greek v. Heidelberg, J. Mulcahy; Fairfield v. Grecnsborough, A.- S. Geddes; Ivanhoe v. Fairfield Juniors, W. Dykes; Alphington a bye. Matches played on the ground of the first-named club. . Heidelberg's team to-day will be choseni from the following :-dri'i GCill;,'.Hodsoin' O Callaghan; Rollasoni, Tyrell, Berny,.D owi - ng, Cooper (2). Morley, T'womey;'Conduiaen, Dawson (2),- Beurnard, :Hughe'l S'yles;' Crockett; Fobrysthe?o;. Phil...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FAIRFIELD RAMBLERS V. IVANHOE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

FAIRFI~ELD RAMBLERS VIVANHOE JUNIORS. - match wais played between Fairfield Ramblnrs -ad Ivanhoe Juniors and re, sulted :in win for Fairfield by a large majoiity of points, Fairfield beiug yet un defefated. Scores:- airfield Ramblers, I2 goals.21 behinds : .. .:." (93 points) .: Ivanhoc Juniors, 1 goal 1 behind ('7. points) Goailkickei's.-F-airfield--Ti Call'way (8) D. Bardan (2),; J. Grace,J. Birchliell ??Ba'tes, MtLellan. Ivanhoe--Lavender.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FOOTBALL. FAIRFIELD v. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

FOOTBALL. FAIRFIELD -. HEIDELBERG. Strenuous and persistent play on the part of the Fairfield team, and a clean use of method and quickness on the part of Heidelberg, distinguished Sat urday's gamie, and ma;le it an interest ing match from several points of view. That Fairlield suffered a good deal with ill-luck cannot be denied, and taking into account the quality of their play, they ought to have been much better It is well to remind Fairfield, how ever, that a beating must be taken in :a sportsmanlike way, and it would have been better had the umpire been left to himself; on one occasion a bar racker for the Fairfield chub entered the fieldl, and openly remonstrated with the umpire. This, under any circumstan ces, is not the right thing to dlo, al though, on Saturday, the umpire, Dykes, was rather careless, and he made no efforts to suppress rough play. H-eid elberg had the wind in the first .unar ter, and after no more than .two min utes of willing football, they gained their fi...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held in the shire hall, Templestowe, on Tuesday, Mayj 26, there being present:--COrs. McNamara (.resident), Speers. HEunter, Smith and Correspondence. ..: From W. Watkins, ~sandyte, k ng thliat two blocks of land belonging to hiuself and his wife be s~eparated.- Sepretary to writ' and ask Mc. Wat kiis who is the occupier of the pno acre which he states is owned 'by his wife, on motion of Crs. Smith and Speors. From shire of Newham and Woodend, forwarding resolution urging tliat con ference of country municipalities be held to discuss views of that council that powers vested in board are~'prov ing detrimental to principles and in terests of looal government.-Cr. Speers moved, and Cr. Smith seconded, that the letter be received, and no action takcen.-Carried. From shire of Eltham, relative to having repairs effected to Warrandytd bridge, 'and replying that the eoundii has agreed to co-operate with Teispl"...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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GREENSBOROUGH v. DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

GREENSBOROUGH v. DIAMOND CREEK. This match w~as played on the ground of the former: From time immemorial botli cricket and football bhete n the two to9nshiPS has been aunuated by a spirit of keen rivalry. Unfortunately, and more particularly with regard to football, the barrackers" by unsports nmenlike remarks and advice, fall what otherwiise would be a friendly comipeti tion into' a flame of strife and ill-feel ing. That the game in general does not miore often degenerate into an exhibi tioi, of spite a.ll, brutal play redounds to.the credit and better sense of the players. Diamond Creek were without the ser vices of ITiddle and Coventry, whilst the locals mnissed Mulcahey, their prominentt forward. Another late start Was miade, the ball niot.being bounced till 3.35, the last quarter being played in the dusk. The first three quarters'were fairly evenly contested. The first quarter end ed with Greensborough-1 goal 2 be hinds; Diamond Creek, 1 goal 1 behind; Greensborough one point i...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE v. ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

lYA 4IIO3 E iZLPUINGQO Thi? s match, pla ed ? tif Alphifgt4 fron: an onlookea' ouina t gbo mvlew wiS oilneofte o mstil sintesti ag that hlias lbeLU Vplaed in the ditrt o m'iny a day;The 5eams wei iboth willihg ani an uisual amount of- rivallp existedc be tn ecu the 'iidc, 1 liahoeji Alnldiineg ton ainaqvis put up a :good mnateh when thel?;i.meet; possiby;:ly ehaiUsp .they aire neighlfoirsb In. .the: first quai'tei/, Al ithington had the wi?,dand theey iad the utmuost: of their adivanitag Thel .oeinimened the ,attack -anl-d kIept-it pretty wari. :-Tlichey were :strogest i ruck c but ,when the forward lines n ere called .upon, they beti'ayed a very weak point.- G. Youre;n was pilaying ,in his cutoamaryv goood-? ,a h liin ad ,he-did .ncl to advance.hi -side.'sorb-?L. :in:-iin i terii,' i? i? ll th othis,- Alphinigt~o shione out whe;liE ?t came-to m?arlkitm ]passing, anid goc'ieralsysteniatic pla, It is not.pftin that a team au be saee wnh.h pinYS with ni'rh akiioWled'ge oil s'is tcp. i...

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

PITII4P9ff PWOUJ F;airfield Progress Association mleets on Tuesday night. Heidelborg Progress Association mccts on Monday night. The advertisement of Auty's Boot Palace, in Smith Street, will be found in this issue. Clark and Dalton, watchmakers and jewellers, Smith Street, are advertising in our issue of this week. The second toerm of Corceu school, H-cidel berg, conmmuces on 2nd Jnte. Particul:rs are advertised elsewhere in this issue. If you're wise you'll not delay visiting Hattamn'sc early winter bargain event. Bar gains galore are bcing snapped up-by wisse buvers every da.y.* See Hltttamn's announcement of ipage 4 of this issue. The news contained therein will prove of importance to you as i kcoen' shopper Notc the skirt bargains in latt in's advt. on page 4. Surely so cannodt alfford to let such opportunitie s E IHttam's offer- 3ou paSS.* OGA euchre party and dance in aid of St. John's R.C. church building fund will be held o<n 30th M3ay in the Hecidclberg recreati...

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ST. JAMES' HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

ST. J?AIES' hA?tIERS. The run last Sa?turday was held over very interesting scrubby country at Cheltenhlam, circling the handsome new henevolent asylum recently erected there. Combining with Melbournians, .trail was laid over a '7 mile course, Coldbcclk acnting for -St. James as hare. The rntm-in of 600 -yards was won easily by F. Bryanit; followed home by L. Everit~t and E. Mlofat. Tihe meoet to-hlay is.at the Port IMelbourne baths, members catching the 2.30 train. from town.:

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FOOTBALL FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

•FOOTBALL FIXT URES. 1 ollowingi is tltwi itches beiub on. the ground of the lirst-nitued Club:-b First Ihound. iM -a T- Dia od. Creelk. a.lfiel: F'airlhild".dTuniors, .. ,a?lpiigtoi- 'Greens , borouti 'gh Iidelbeigr; Ivinloio a byri.e.. ar° .30-.Diaioiind Cfock V;'Ileidelb .r i,.'arfhld?:J Ulj~iiioins#a? tie.:.: :`i'-n?/;F~l?( ? : --.:- .TL anirlicld v?.;Greenshborcugh . Ivanihoe. -. Fairicid'?-Juniiors; Alphingtofi; it bYe:: Jiiuie." Gieensborou"li''-Ailiiiigtou; Iairlield .: .Ivanho;,.-Henidelberg, . .Fair - chld Juuiiors; linaonid Creek;, a.bye"'. rune 13A.-'Alphiuigton . eidlceljbi [vIlnhoe v. .Diamond (Creekl Fairtllda Jud iors v.- Greensborough ;F Fairfield? a bye. Second round. June 20.-Fuirfiel ::v' A ilplngtou - Grecilsborougi v Ivranhoe;,Diamoiid Creei vu. -airaield Juiors ; ;eidelg, ibye... Juille '27.-? linIgtoii .. ADlii;tio;l iC nek: F Ilifield Juuliors v. Ini'riclul l·I;iltii'iu Ctiudelbug·~ ,Gineusbcii!rou"'b 'i 6. ; - .jrub 4~;-SF irlield --n Dianilonl CItc. Ul~lnt...

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EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 May 1914

EMPIRE" DAY. Special services weoite held in GOlnncction with Empire Day at St. James' cl.rch on Sunday last. The church vas hlandlsofielh decorated withlJlags by Mr Bassett. in th?e evening a church parade of citizen forces, ciCdcts and scoits to tbc nunmber of about 50, ivas held. The chuclch was crowded and a very hearty service of thanksgiving was rendered. The buglcr and drnmuncr of the scouts played the royal salute before the singing of the National Anthsem. The vicar, preaching at both services, laid stress on the responsibilityl to servce the state which is rightly demanded from the citizens o: so richly privileged a community as ours. L essops oil the British Emnih:, and lwhy Empire Day was obl?served, were given to the children of the Heidelberg Sta:te school. MIr Bastow, head teacher, and Miss Moly neaux spoke on the greatness of the Empire. Childrcn sang patriotic songs, and were taken to the playgroulnd and assembled round the -flagstaff. The Union Jack was hoisted and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 June 1914

EUROPEAN AGENCY. HOLESALE buying agencies un dertaken for all British and Con tinental goods, including - Books and Stationary, Boots, Shoes and Leather, Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries, China, Earthenware and Glassware, Cycles, Motor Cars and Accessories, Drapery, Millinery and Piece Goods, Fancy Goods and Perfumery, Hiardware, Machinery and Metals, SJewellery, Plate and Watches, Photographic and Optical Goods, Provisions and Oilmen's Stores, etc., etc. Commission, 2V per cent. to 5 per cent. Trade Discounts allowed. Special Quotations on Demand. Sample Cases from £10 upwards. Consignments of Produce Sold on Account. WILLIAM WILSON.& SONS. (Established 1814), 25 Abchuich Lane;, Londo, E.C. Cabie Address: '"Annuaire, London. SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY And send your Linen to the ivanhoe Laundry Heidelberg Road (opposite"News Press). - ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED TWICE WEEKLY' Post Cards receive Prompt Attention, All Work Done by Hand. Reasonable Prices. The Favor of Y...

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SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 June 1914

SEASON'S FIXTURES. Fi: ollowIng. is the draw, matches being ~on the ground of the first-named Club: First Round. SMay 16.--Diamond Creek v. Fairfield; :Fairfield Juniors v. Alphington; Greens borough v. Heidelberg; Ivanhoe, a bye. May 23.--Alhington v. Ivanhoc; Greens Sboreogh v. Diamond Creek; Heidelberg v. :Fairfield; Juniors, a bye. .Mat 30.--Diamond Creek -.v. Hleidelberg; ..Fairfieald v. Greenshorough; Ivanhoe v. SFairfield Juniors; Alphington, a bye. '. -June .--Greensbhoroulgh v. Alphington; Fairfjeld v. Ivanhoe; Heidelberg v. Fair fiold Juniors; Dil'nond Creek, a bye. June 1,.--Alphington v. Heidelberg; ' Ivanhoe v. Diamond Creek: Fairfield Jun iors v. Greensborough; Fairfield, a bye. Second Round. June 20.-Fairfield v. Alphlngtonu Greensborough v. Ivanhoe; Diamluond Creek .V. Fairfield Juniors; Heidelberg, a bye. June 27.-Alphington v. Diamond Creek; Fairfield lunlors v. Falirfield; Ivanhoe v. I-eidelberg; Greensborough, a bye. July 4.-Falrfield p. Diamond Creek; SAlphingto...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. ADULTERATION OF FOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 June 1914

HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. ADULTERATION OF FOODS. Before Messrs Read Murphy, P.M., Dr Kirwan King, Messrs Thos. Latham and ,?Rank, J'sP., Messrs Frost and Windsor, grocers, of- Heidelberg-road; Heidelberg, were proceeded against by Aleaander M'Culloeh,. inspector .for.the municipality of Heidelberg, on Monday last, at the Heidelberg court. The case presented features of unusual interest, and it was followed by a crowded court. iMr Wingrove appeared for Frost and Windsor, and Mr A. G. Hall was the informant.. Defendants pleaded not grtilty. Alexander M'Culloch stated that he was:an inspector employed by the muni cipality of Heidelberg. On 9th March last he visited the businese of Frost and Windsor, and purchased some butter, portion of which he afterwards sub mitted to an analyst. In reply to Mr Wingrove, witness said he believed that the firm where he bought the butter was a deservedly reputable one. Hilary Dowling, analyst, swore that he received a sample of butter from the previous ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 June 1914

Mv . " 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 withi ne. His Suitings are ex ceptionally fine. Pat terns post free if you cannot call. SrSmrm St.ansa * 4QWItSTON _Sr·· ?._so '$. U e .° WJ .- , 91n 'OY, strong, wunte&, to learn good _ trade--ADA mS, Cape Street., -W OMIAN requires work by day.--MIRS ¥ B. ARCHEI, P.O., Heidelberg; . W ANTED-Villa, 7 or 8 rooms, with V V large yard, MIotor Garage, for 12 months, Heidelberg or Ivanhoe preferred. Particulars, KNELL, Ivanhoe, or 480 Little Collins-street. OR BALE, well-built 7-roomed Villa, o uthouses, and all conveniences, clo" station. "I," NEWS Offico, Iva~fe, THE PARK THEATRE Close to Fairfield Station, Open overy Wednesday at 8 p.m., Saturday 2.30 p.m. (matinee) and 8 p.m,, and all Holidays. STAR PICTUREB--" Beauty Unadorn ed," "Diamond h1ystory." MONDAY (King's B...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 June 1914

GOQIU, The Yarra Yarra club played their first pennant match against a strong team from Victoria. Although not veterans, the team gave an excellent account of themselves, the result being in doubt up to the end-in fact, the final ptltt on the last green decided the issue. The scores were-Victoria, 9 holes 11 aces; Yarra Yarra, 7 holes 8 aces. S. C. M'Callum (1.-3) defeated G. Arthur, and C. M'Dougall (6.5) had an easy win against C. H. Anderson, both excellent performances. RI. F. Paterson halved his match wit; R. L. Cross, N. L. Spierslost t9 8. Toynse4 i-3), G. F. Matthews to' L. .Lae (2.3) and 4. Slater to A. H. Angel (6.5).' Some of the individual scores were very fine. The championship contest commenc.eS on Saturday, and has never been so open. At least ten players have more than sporting chances, with a good probabi hty of a surprise result. Improvements arc being effected in the creek on the first fairway, which will be appreciated by every member, and the course pro mises to...

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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION, FAIRFIELD SUB-CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 June 1914

S7'', JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIA. (TION,IF4RFIEL.D SUB.oCENTIRE Members of th~e First Aid Cia acquitted themselv.es very credital' s~ the recent examlination for the St. John ambulance certificates. The folo?wing ladies and gentleman were successful : Mesdames Newnham, Lee and Street, MissesaA. and S. Newnham, ~. SomIer ville, Smith, Essery, Poppms, GGorrdbn Burston, Allen, Brown, Fegan, Lugton Messrs L. Anderson, David, Forstr, Glassborrow, Grifiths, Lachmund, Law. ler, Palmer, Ridgeway, bharp, Tregon ning, Woess, Waring and Walters. Dr Elsie Thomas and Dr A. Rollason, the examining officers, reported that the examinations were very satisfactory, the f~ct of which must be very gratifying to the hen. lecturer, Ir B. Ada. , ag4 Ph. hon. instructor, Mr F. W. Stbwhart, wio must have spent a considerable amoidit of time and patience to have brought about such splendid results, also for the residents to know that there are now thirty fully qualified "first aiders" in the district, and that a...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 June 1914

CLUB NOTES. (By "Follower.") Heidelberg's team to-day will be chosen from the following :-Oram, Gill, Hodson, O'Callaghan, Rollason, Tyrell, Berry, Dowl ing, Cooper (2). MIorley, Twomey, Condren, Dawson (2), Bernar4,. Iughes, Styles, Crockett, Forystlle, Philips, Thompson, Walle, Treeweek, O'Keefe. The lunpiros for to-day's matches will be; -Grcensborough v. Alphington, Gcddes; Fairfield v. Ivanhoe, Dykes; Heidelberg v. Juniors, Bishop, Diamond Crook a bye. MIatches played on ground of first-named club. The association meets on MIonday next, 8th inst. The following team will ropresent Heidel berg Juniors in a match against Northcote Juniors at Heidelberg Park on Monday (King's Birthday):-Blackburn, Cooper, Dixon, Casteanu, Hughos, Irvine, Lowvis~, IMullins, Murphy (capt.), Osborn< Pender gast, Kiddle, runk, Young, MIillbourn, Vaughan, Tyrrelil, Sloan. Emergencies: Tyrell, Cooperi Baxter.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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MAYORAL "AT HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 June 1914

MAYORAL "AT' HOM'E."' Betwe?eo 300 and 400 persons, for the I most parts resident of Heidelberg dis. trict, assembled at the Ivanhoe hall on Wednesday evening last. The occasion was at "At home," tendered by the president, Cr Ball, and Mrs Ball. The evening proved highly enjoyable. The guests arrived at about eight o'clock, and were received by the. president and his wife. An entertainment then took place, consisting of several musical items. A very capable orchestra opened the con cert with an inspiriting march, and then rendered a composition entitled "Boo. baboo," which was certainly a lively piece, though many were at loss to find any suggestion in the piece to the title which it bore. Later the orchestra con tributed selections from the ever-popular " I Travatore," and when dancing was engaged in after the concert, was still further serviceable in supplying the music. Mrs Geo. Connor, A.L.C.M., gave a piano selection with good taste, and her auditors were obviously pleased with...

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