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ROBBERY IN IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 January 1917

ROBBERY IN IVANHOE. On Boxing Day, between 1 and 6.30 in the afternoon, a daring robbery was com mitted at the residence of Mr W. T. Shattell, Kenilworth parade, that being the only time that all the inmates had left the house. The thieves got :in through a window at the back of the house, and ransacked three rooms, get ting away with a quantity of clothing, silverware, various kinds of presents, and a tin box containing ldeeds, policies and other papers. On the lid of the box is painted W. T. Shattell, and a rewiard is offered for the recovery of the con tents. It is surmised that the thieves were disturbed in their 'packing, as some of the garments 'were left on the bed, while the things that were taken away were evidently packed in the missing trunks and handbags. Mr Shattell esti mates his loss at £50.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. GERMAN NAMES OF STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 January 1917

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. GERMAN NAMES OF STREETS. Sir,-I was pleased to notice in your report of the last council meeting that Mr Baxter had made application to have Bismarck - street changed to Thames street, and the.council agreed to the re quest. Now, Sir, seeing that such a good start has at last been made, why not take steps to have all the German names of our streets changed. It is bad enough to,know that -legal difficulties stand in the way of changing the name of Hei delberg, bit why live in a street which savors of the Hun when it. can be avoid ed? . What a chance the Progress Asso ciation missed that it did not take this matter up.-Yours, &c., AnTI-GERIAxN.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fairfield State School. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 January 1917

Fairfield State School. The annual distribution of medals and certificatcs took place at the Fairfield school on Friday, December 21. There was agood attendance of phrents. The chairman of the- school committee (Or. Bryant) complimented the head teacher and staff on the splendid result of the year's work.: Doris Fogg won " dux of the school" with a total of 873 marks. while Margaret hToss (proxime accessit) gained 870, and won the.gold medal pre sented by the Fairfield Rifle Club. En tertainments were carried on in each 'of the class-rooms, and all, the\scholars were : regaled 'with l .sweets. Seventy scholars -presented themselves for the examination for the Merit certificaties Sixt-one passed,; and seven failed :n onily'- one, subject;'and will get another trial iin ilarch next.".. ;: The following wore succesful: ' Gcoige Alleid Ronilld: Ashby R,' oy Bland, iHqirry B.lanks, - Eric: B?rston William Gai pb.ell,- Huilui ??- Olifford, Colin Cieed, Roy Dodsonri, Horce Fau elougli, Les...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOLDIER'S DISTINCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 January 1917

SOLDIER'S DISTINCTION. The following is the .copy. of the dis patch giving details how Lieut. T. C. Seabrook won distinc'tion :-" On the morning of the 13thl March, during the recent advance near. Bapaunle, informa tion as to the exact. line held by the eneiny was urgently -eeded, and Lieut. Seabrook was ordered to send. out the necessary patrols. He.lvoluntarily took the-patrol himself, and although 'under heavy M;G. and rifle fire the whole time, made an extensive reconnaissance, dislodged some troublesome snipers, and obtained valuable. information. On the return journey 3 of his party, were hit, one fatally. Lieut: Seabrook, however, suceeeded at great personal risk, in re moving the wounded to a place of safety, anid in forwarding his report back ex peditiously. Again on the night of the 15th/l6th March, Lieut. Seabrook led a fighting patrol agaiist' the enemy posi tions oni Bapaume. Ridge. He showed considerable pluck and judgment on this occasion also when under heavy fire, a...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 January 1917

FAIRFIELD THIEATIRE PICTURES. Norma Talmadge,.the talented actress, will be the ,leading character in "Pop-. py," which is aninteresting 6-part filmhn for to-night, supported by '.'The.Lass of the Lumberlands," a serial, in which the daring and -dashing actress Helen '-IHolmes is :featured. On 'ednesday nesxt "The Woman in w(. I( will be the leading fill. Florence La Badie, who is seen in the leading role, 'was re cently-killed in a 'motor accident in America.' The management have made arrangements to show on January 19 and every Saturday following (matinee and night) the latest pictures from Hoyt's, including Mary Pickford, Olga Petrova, Fatty Arbuckle. &c. Fairfield is the first suburb to screen these, which shows that it is right up to date.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACCIDENT AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 January 1917

ACCIDENT AT HEIDELBERG. Through misinterpreting the signal of James Parkinson, of Station-street,' Fair field', who was approaching on a motor cycle from the opposite direction, Willian.I-Ienry Berfield, papermaker, of Bond-street, Apbotsford, who was, in charge of a motor-cycle and side-car, swerved to the wrong'side of Rosanna road, Heidelberg, on" Wednesday after noon, and crashed through the guard fence of a sloped cutting .to the bottom, a distance of nearly 30ft. In the side car were James B. Leith, aged 61, minis ter of the Church of Christ at Eltham, and Thomas Morris, aged 3, of Eltham, while on the parcel carrier of the motor cyclerwas seated Edward Morris, father of the child. They also fell into, the water channel at the foot of the cutting. Mr Morris and his son escaped, lightly, and were able to leave for their home 'at' Eltham, but Mr. Berfield and iMr Leith were much shaken and bruised, and were conveyed to the Melbourne hospital by mounted-constable Costello, 'of He...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 January 1917

PATRIOTIC COLLECTIONS. in Marchi 1915, a nuniber of Ivanhoe young ladies undertook to collect regu lar contributions from the residents of Ivanhoe for the Belgian. Children's Re lief. fund, and until August this: year, when the fund ~\as' closed, those contri buti'ons have been regularly and syste matically received and paid by the trea surer, Miss Wright of'Marshall-street, to the Loid Mayors fiunid. ,It.wi 1 interest subscribers to kno?io that- from March, 1915 to uguist, 1917,the sum of £71S/ 5/%1 ,was collected. for this ..ery deserving fun~d, and it must be very satisfactoryj to all whohave helped; to know thiatsuclh a suibstantial amoiunt hias been imadc avail ailjle. Tiie collectiiig was in the first place; iiteudedtobe for. tlhe'Belgian Re lief fiund onily,libt ;in August, 1915; the contributors in. iost- eaj s :divided tlheir weekly conitributions bietween the Bel gian fund. nd the Patriotic, fund, so tliat; in u addition to ;ithe: abov e a.iouit, £504 !ih/9 has also :en 'c...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TRIFLES. (J.S.A.W.) [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

TRIFLES. lL(J.S.A.W.) Have you ever read " Daddy Loug-Legs" ? If not, theu I hope before long you will be enjoying the enquisite pleasure I had a little while ago in reading over and over again the letters of Judy Abbott. They are simply packed full of the richest naivest humor and the most profoundly simple philosophy I have ever read. One of Judy's post-scripls opens thus: " Such a lot of trouoles !" And then comes a description of themn. Late getting up; a broken shoe-string and a lost colltoJutton; late down to breakfast and late to class; no blotting paper and a leaky fountain i en ; a disagreeable dinner; all bills and no letters by the post; a rainy day and so no golf; a new dress that didn't fit; papers mixed up on her desk; a visitor who bored and s:ayed an hour. These -are some of that day's troubles. And Judy writes: " Did you ever hear of-such a:. discouraging series of ~ events? It isn't the big troubles of life tl!at require character. Any body can rise-to a crisis and...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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A Letter from India. Victoria War Hospital, Bombay, India, 16/11/16. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

A Letter from India. Victoria War Hospital, Bombay, India, 16/11/16. Dear Mr. Worboys.-It seems quite a long time since I farewelled my home and the Fairfield people, though with seeing new sights and having new work the time has in many ways passed quickly, or I would have written before. Thanks for your kind letter to Adelaide; it came when I was feeling rather lonely and homesick and cheered me much. My writing-case has been most useful, and I wonder what I would have done without it. The inscription you sent is ever be fore me. so am constantly reminded of the thoughts and loving wishes of my faithful friends. My thoughts are with you all in your service at Fairfield, which has so many hap py associations for me, and I pray that your work for the Master may be greatly blessed. We had rather a rough trip over, and agoodc many of the nurses were sick. I was ra ther miserable for a time, but cheer ed up and very much enjoyed the change and rest after our strenuous days before leavi...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

STOP! LOUKI IST'lENI IF you want Suites Re-upholster ed and Re-covered equal to new you hand them to a practical man. A. WILSON, Upholsterer and Art 2 Furnisher, 286 QUEEN'S PARADE. NORTH FITZROY. Is a practical man, and has had 35 years' experience with the best city firms and guarantees satisfaction'J Diningroom, Drawingroom, and Bed room Suites, Chesterfield Sofas, Easy Chairs, Window and Verandah Blinds to Order. Patterns and esti. mates suibmitted. Post Cards attend ed to. Please Mention this Paper. . S Eh ! What ? CHRISTMAS . PRESENTS. It's GOOD to know where civiiity and attention are certain. BETTER when you're confident of an excellent selec tion ; and BEST of all when prices are right. These experiences are GUARANTEED by W. E. LADNER 282 Smith St., COLLINGWOOD, (2 doors from Otter St.) Wlihere a carefully sclected range of Watches, Jewellery, Silver and Plated Sware will provide just the very thing for that present you're puzzled about. Phone 9494. A. G. POND, GARDENER. Ru...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. XMAS ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

:-TOPICS OF THE WEEK. * WlAS ENTE1ITAIIN\IFNT IT·.he 2.50 ,oldicrs at the Light; D ties' Lamp, No 34. Con r:escenit Ho0saptiit tid the Military . aanatotioeani te entt6rtain ecl oni De eniber 22 by it flge gaitlher.ing oir esilldSet of Helelbeicg- Farrifiel1 Ivanhoe ando Arilipgto.. All- entered h:ilt thiispiXi lof CLirietnias chic fithi giea : enthlisiasm,n a nd l etl e : mil' L I?i\s r'v fine. At e?ich: of::-the th.iie plIces htl'e' was hot da oi.lnier a·l.i t 1 Pi.i udi higItl tea at ? p :.m Tie;:£ tabile deot:a tiobns :were elaborate :lid chaitiiirig. De Gilia' baiind p liyeid it aill fliree, ind· lMiss .etih Ia .mo iiariid da lyi,. lis inticaI comedy* progiatwinel.t Fini ll3 Xiis Deana Ilt l i ta hbi..;i f St John a pliri Jeidcll erg. sn ti ltrstwuils ciil o to the, meni: i~±e ed LC'ross 'ii its"?ni:lhin evidence, as they weie tle ibiF donoi-s ob th gioi d thiligs :a i: ia i iiti?t the !Siir ihllols pi'ot;ided tini.h of tlie fite L :-ii-a Trilb rcpresti.n the cenri.. I ol:lic ,...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Sunny Memories of Italy. THE POWER OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

Sunny Memories of Italy, THE POWER OF M1USIC.. ' (B- W.Y.M.) " Laa Seala, in Milan, is one of the great, if not the greatest, opera house in the sworld It holds 4000 people, has 200 private boxes, and each box a toilet room, sixtiers of balconies-the first four be longing to the nobility of M'ilan. The tleatre'ls illuminated by 4000 odd elec tile :liglits, and has an orchestra of 120 perfoimers. The stage is 100 feet deep and 96 feet wide, and the grand ballet given at the conclusion of some of the grand operas-after an interval for sup per-comprises 800 dancers. To see the Grand Ballet in Faust, and hear Gounod's ravishing music is a revelation to any Australian, as under present conditions it is absolutely impossible to give Faust in M~elbourne in its entirety. In the full score of the opera Mephisto takes Faust to his kingdom-a wonderful piece of scenery-this is where the ballet takes place; really six ballets set in six scenes, which are graphically pictured in Gou nod's, music....

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

FAIRFIELD THEAiTR 1NCTURElIh Bl 1B?3ird 'suc?Iesls featuring Louoise Lovely, i tti ac ted a good audience on We dnesday Jio nighit Madanie Petiova niI Li seen:i in a fieliat: photodran?na olE modern soie'ty; h' Wiatiwill eopile sajy" and Griae Cti-tard w:ill li the lieliding figurc?inii'oruiiof the ipeople-.,:'Nothing: appeals to the public so muchiasl a pici tie of local iticresti? ~coutpledi vi sen-! sation.. Sdl h i one w?ill bei produced on Jaurl yiifittirli ciP;ii Tilo Miutiybof the Bounty,'i Sih-hich George. Oross appiarsS as Captain Bligh. :It is aa us;traliaiin prodution, and tlie niutiny is att;ributed to the bhiariacter and conduct.of William Blih, who was iiat one tiiicTovernor 6 New South Wales. An excii-ng stbory is told of Tilhitian chiefs, attempted murder aid shipwreck:

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Heidelberg District Patriotic League. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

Heidelberg District Patriotic League. SThe last monthly meeting was held at Ivanhoe on December 21, Mrs H1. Burrell pr0siding. I:Final' arrangements were mado for entertaining the soldiers, arid graleful thliaiks were oepressed for the mianiy willing vorkers olfering and for generous donations froni maiy friends:in the district. - The T ionthly 'ie rpor of Red Cross work froi?t Goverfinment H-ouse was :.receided,: and it was noted i "specila)l Red Cross visiltors liave been appointed to visit Aus tralian .patients :':in:. the hospitals in Fiaiidce. 'They do ai ':they can to iieet the heeds of the ien, aanid uhldert?ke de~i: piatch os letters oro cable'st.tostleiis friefids in iAustrilia."' Tihe lion- se're;ry:a (Mrs KIing) read the coriespondence, and the: hon; treasurer: (iMrs Tyrer) reported the receipjis :f6i. the moidth to be :£'5i/8; expenditure for wool, materials, £57/0/10 . ...:Mrs Cdate ?repoited that the:result-of button day was :il£75/19/10 aid consider :n it was heOld du...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Farewell to Heidelberg Banker. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

Farewell to Heidelberg Banker. A- large and representative gathering of friends of Mr if. G. Bchail met at the boilhig pavilioni, I-Ieidelberg,olon-Decem ber.16,.to .bid him good-bye on his leav ing the disirict for Colac, tLo where he has bccn promotcecl Apologifcs icr ':re ceived trimi:?1ev. Fither :McIKenna, Mr Thsos Adamis- mand Mr Gco. Page. Or. Kcaim: (isresident of the slhire) pre :sided, and after.thde toast of the King hiad bieen honoredl he pioposed: the health of Mir Behai-'h, wlo, he 4s;aid: hid at once recognised the p:ossibilities oE· th:dis tricit, nd had ieve, left a stoie unituried toLfu;ther its itorcsts I1 ::liiad takeo . an actii e ifterestiin all its concerus, and hadhelpe'd mniatbiallj in pushiiig oni the bowling green aid other thiings. -0 re girded Mir l3chanas a particularlyj sound business man anid Sincerely regretted his1 departiure, but at the same time was pleased it and congratulted him on his promotion. IHe' wished- Mi andc: Mirs elihan nd f emily ever...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

SHIRE OF HEIDELBERG. Statement of Rates. .. G;NERijL RATE o0 ONE SHLLING n;ld SIXPENCE IN FHFE POUND ws madre on the 19th day of Octohber. 115, on the RATEABLE .ALU ' OF ASSISSBLE PIROI'I.RTI.S fur tihe priod cndled.l i 30Uth day ,of.cl o S ptember, 1J1 . : * .. .. - .. , Ridiniig Annuil m n.: t of: Rate : aut I .Collcctcd A ount Ucolleed l rrrs Vlc: Fairfield £442 0 0. o ,5o 8 0 7 £1 2 Ivanhoc .4433 09.. ... 1,8t ' - I 32 16 0 - o3019.6- 16 1 He-idelberg .0,892 0 0 " 1,56618- 0 1,5361- 7 s 8 - 5 5 516 6 , Greensborougli. 15,24-: 0 -. 1,1431- 1,10816 413 9 79 4 6 Rates Abin mdon ... __________ Totails .. *£114,947 0 0 £8,621 05 6 £8 4S8 .8 9 ~£142 11 9 £ 413 .18 3 EXTRA RATES were made as follows: . FAIuFIELD, IVANHOE, and HEIDELBERG, Gd. in the £1, and portion of GREENBOROUGH, illthe Net Riding Annual Amount of Rate Amount Collected Amount Uncollected Total Arreas . V alue :. . : . :. : : :" : . Fairfield ... e34,472 0 0 £861 16 0 £87 1 0 11 15 0 £51 12 11 Ivanhoc . ... 44;33?:3 0 ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. Notes by Sir Francis. SOn Deimrbe 23E foT rinks of Ivaho1e had :a pieasanfi t ?afteinon aionff the Hleidel ber -:green an i ?terestingganfle being .won bI anlhoe Evans, of Ivahoe, was beaten by J i\Iay he .1eiih delberg presidenit by9 J.$1 KYg offo Ivanhoe, plaingh well 'dsaplspoited solidly, mas a wmnet by 16 points aaglMns Mill; Thie im atchi blietween S Re.idlce a, idi Reyiolds :was-. reimaikaibleifor athefine recovery madeibj y th Ivanhoel -i fonlui* captained by Rl?edlej ? Aftei 13::i ends Rendle was 16 tov3 b?l~ he aiid of 3, 2,.5, 1, 1, 4, 4, th:e fiiish:wa's a tie--23 all. In the oiur;hil lnk Heidelberg stjarted off well, ahd it was: oly an:thelo 17th end that; Roger o?;d:in fronht: -The Ivanhoe players held the adv?autage to the end, finishing up winners by five points. Ivanhoe's total mUjority witas twelve points. Scores: Ivi: :i '::::i . Ianhoe, 90. Gugli?I::Harrison, M1aggs, Evans 15 Mi? son, Willis, Scott, King ...29 Prescott, Jen...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough, Eltham And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

PTH fAND POINT.. A: 'irticle by. TiI H. J. Price (shiro scre I:tiay) on (the: eir'ly days of Heidclberg, a report of thc Greensborough Red Cross, sad obther matters are unavoidably hold over. ilThu Fairfield Progress Association will nieet oin-Tu nsd:?y?Vning. i:For sim?miier;wear pay a visit to Hattam :aid HIatiiun's! ii e beco ' sh6e of tihe Shire of ceidel, liig is puiiblislied in this isstic, :`lTndesisaer celled for e large number of woi:ks for the Coniutry Roads Board and the Slhire of: I eidelbcerg. ~1~ 1' 7 C . Smijth, draper, of Northoelo, 4ha piircli asedil iss Bnchau's stock ig Ivasu lihoc;?if d havig added to it, is sellingat e?, :triaordinit:y prices for two weeks. ilrs Bo?igere otifies that she has com mienced businiess:eas dressmaker in the pre i1ises neot to Nurs' Jacklson, Ivanhoe, aid I.gnir o?ntes e pet:ft fit. W:. cli?ve rcceived from the publisher I copy of .Yates' .Gardepi Guide, a handy com pondiuni of all iiatters pertaining to a gar den. Tlie public? tionis ...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

NOTES. This atern;oon, o.the I~h??vaoe green,: the A: teammcreetPreston. In the former nmatch, at Preston, the lictter won easily; tlheir forin this seaspon beii;g qiite first class. D'u)tring:: tlhc hblidiys tligt'grcl;s -pre-_ seited a': v?rF busy appcarance. : Both the C teams have no penilant on gagements tliis afternooii. I take this oppbrtunity of wishing fel-. low bowlers the compliments of the eaORSOn

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 January 1917

Or?C-EDRIC ROCH l, "WURROOK." *'- .: HIVANHOE -9 to 10 a.m., 1 to 3.30 p.m., 6 to 7.30 p.m. Satr'days and Cun'ays, 9 to 10 a.m.: Vaccination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m. Visits FAIRFIELD daily 11 a.m. (Sundays excepted). Messages may be left at Mr. McGregor's, next to Mr. Marsh's, Station-street. SR. HL 0 L LA - . OF HEIDELBERG, VISITS Eltham-Tuesdays, 12 noon. Greensborough-Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m. Diamond Cpeek-Fridays, 3 p.m. DR. WM. LOWE " I1SHES to intimate to the residents of Heidelberg ani district, that he has taken over Dr. King's practice, and is now pre pared for morning and evening consulta tions at his residence (formerly occupied by Dr. King). Private Hospital (Registered). " KIA ORA," HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANHOE-Close Station. Patients accommodated before and after acoouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention. Fees- Moderate. Visiting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certifcated). " WYNSTAY" Private Hospital and Rest Home, W AVERLEY AVENUE. IVANHOE, MISS SMITH, R.T.V.N.A, Henders...

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