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PRECAUTIONS AGAINST DRYING OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 June 1914
PRECAUTIONS. AGAINST DRYING OUT. These are again necessary when the trees are being planted, whether direct from the nursery or from the trench. If only a few trees are be ing handled, a ..et sack. shoul3 be thrown .over the -exposed roots, but when the number is large, the maan who is distributing the trees in af~ vance of the planter should throw a few shovelfuls of subsoil over the roots to cover them until the planter comes along. Similarly any bundles that for -convenience aie being kept out of the ground.shold be coyered ture from the. roots of young trees is of umore consequence than is often thought, and it is particularly serious if growth has been made or even started ill the trench.
TRENCHING AND HEELING IN. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 June 1914
TRENCHING AND HEELING-IN. The ground should be in order When the trees arrive from the nt'sergy, so that they mya be lanqted out at once. If the Woi'i 's io?t;'cjiite complete, a trench should be dug and the trees unpacked and heeled in. The trench khouild not lie in a very wet place, and in the ca. *of- citrus trees it should be in a position shielterped from drying Winds; good soil, well drained, should be sought for the purpose. lIt will be necessary to break up the bundles, for to simply drop them un cut into a hole or trench prevents most of the roots coming in contact with the soil, and a cavity is left in vwhich the roots dry out---he very thing that must be avoided. Ast the same time, the varietiqs muqi not be allowed to becomenm;ied, and they should be marked in the trench.
IVANHOE RECREATION CLUB BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 June 1914
IVANHOE RECREATION CLUB BAZAAR. Thle final meeting to close up ae counts was held-. in the Ivanhoe Hall onM?onday evening. The President, Dr. Adam, in the chair. The auditor, Mr. W. R?. Barstow, moived the receipt and adoption of balance sheet as. shown below, andi Dr. Adam moved a 'eryl 'hearty vote of thanks to the ladies for the good work done by them, and stated that the result must be very gratify ing to them, as it was to the execu tive. Considering the lnumber of fuic tions -held in the district, he stated it was surprising to find that in every case the people come forward and support all efforts financially. He also asked to be allowed to add the name of-the hen. secretary to the committee, Mr Will C. Joyt fpr his help in carrying out all details. The motion as seconded by Mr. A. B. Sloan, and:supported by Messrs. Ren dle, Hackett, Burrell, King, and Wal lis. Mr. Joy suitably responded on be half of the stallholders and himself, and thanked all the committee for their help ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 June 1914
_ 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 Buit and see if you don't agree with me. His Suitings are ex. ceptionally fine. Pat terws post free if you . cannot call. CeSn Sr.?.-d L JpINSTON S .* - IRL Wanted, assist housework, 9 till 2 -' daily.-MRS SEDI FIELD, "Norbi. ton," `Marshall-street, Ivanhoe, O ane~l Itudley-road, STANTED to Sell, Hooded Buggy, S rbher tyres, also first-olass :buggy horse and harness: lady can drive; also :hildren's pony, guaranteed quiet.. Fuller artioulars from J. CLIFFORD. "Chels vorth," Ivanhoe. r0 LET, Heidelberg, Villa, 5 rooms, all conveniences, 9 minutes station. Apply J. CORKILL,-Cape St., Heidellerg, OR O SALE, 20 ;oads Stable Manure. GITTRI's. Gordon St.,'Fairfield. TO OT, Gold Cable Bangle, padlocd a. Stached, Sunday, June 21st, between WVaverly Avenue and Kitchener street, Ivanhoe. Reward.-B. SMALL, Kitollene stre...
ST. JAMES' HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 June 1914
ST. JAMES' HARRIERS, On Saturday last St. Jam es' lIar riers held their weekly paperchase from the local recreation reserve. The trail was laid by.G. Davey and F. Bryant (hares) across very muddy country towards Fairfield. The "harriers followed the river for some distance, when the trail ft.i,?u~ oif towar4s the Quter 'Cii~le'railwa:y and the line was followed for about a hundred yards; then the trail was lost. It was found again, however, leading towards home. Crossing the DaP~giPn CIp.k on the way back2 some pf the rl:i~i nners 1ad the misfortune to get wet, the creek being swollen on account of the re cent rains. The pace having been fairly fast up to this stage, following the trail around the back of the Enid Nursery, some of the freshest of the pack forged -ahead, .and :ran straight for homes The remain dea ere fine? up on: the Lbwer Heidellierg road and held a run-in of about 300 yards, which iras won by C. Taylor, pressed closel, by S. L. Buckley and C. S. Ked in that order....
FOUND DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 July 1914
FOUND DROWNED . About 1 o'clock on Wednesday, in response to a telephone message, Con. stable A. O. Pattinson, of Fairfield, went to the Yarra and between Rudder Grange boat sheds and Alphington saw the body of a man floating on the river caught in the limb of a tree. Constable Pattinson obtained a boat from the Grange boat sheds and pulled the body ashore, Life waa guwd to be quite er tinct. ]aving searched the body he found the following sad but strange note : -"Adieu, adieu, a long adieu. Fond love to all, my dear R. and T. and I.E., T. F. and W.-Yours lovingly, T.S. Do forgive me I cannot stand it any longer. -T.8." It has been ascertained that the name of deceased was Thomas Joseph Sheil, a gardener, who lived with his family at Spencer Crescent, Camberwell. -
GREENSBOROUGH PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 July 1914
GREENSBOROUGH PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly meetinig of the Greensborough Progress Association was held in the Rechabite Hall on Saturday evening last. The Presi dent was in the chair. An invita tion was read from the School Com mittee, inviting members of the Asso ciation to attend the Arbor Day cele brations on Wedriesday, July 1st. A letter from the Heidelberg Pro gress Association, suggesting the appointment of delegates to meet in conference to discuss the contempla ted revaluation in the shire was re ceived. Several members commen ted on the unequal taxation at pre sent existing, and it was eventually decided that the President, Cr. Mit chell and the Secretary (Mr. Med hurst )represent the Society in the matter. Travelling Withiout Lights. Attention was drawn to the 'fact that numerous vehicles of all descrip tions, motors and and motor-cycles included, were being travelled with out lights at night through the town ship and along the -main- road. In stances were give...
HEIDELBERG v. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. PLAYERS REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 July 1914
HEIDELBERQ v. PAIRFIELD JUtNIORS. PLAYERS REPORTED. In connection with the above matc., played on 6th inst., at Heidelherg, 'Um pire Bishop, in his report, stated-.that in the second quarter a general- row took place between the: two teams. In his opinion the row was caused by K1neebone (Fairfield) and IHodgson (Heidelberg) jostling one another fr9nt the start of the gane. At a meeting of the Assoeac iqn, held oi the 22nd. inst. and adjourned until Monday night last, Bishop, in giving his account of the matter, stated that the two players were bumping each other" for all they were worth when the row took ple, b~ut he saw no blows struck. 'nhn did not attend, but osonwar~ e sent. Thelat+- ~ odgson was pre :eT er stated that Kneebone wa a oustling the Heidelberg players from the start, he came up with him and did some shepherding. Immediate ly before the row -Kneebone struck him and the `crowd rushed the ground. Bishop,' in evidence on Monday night, said that only-for the-row he would...
ALPHINGTON v. DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 July 1914
ALPHINGTON v. DIAMOND CREEK. The.above teams met in friendly con test last Saturday, on the ground of the former. On account of the counter attraction at Fairfield Park, the at tendance of the general public was unusually poor Although the game was played in excellent spirit, it could not be called a good exhibition of foot ball, as the Alphington ,team weremuch too strong for their opponents. Al phington had matters in their own hands from the start. The Alphington forwards were in good goal-kicking form, as ·the scores indicated. Promin ent in this direction was S. Youren, who kicked five goals. In each quarter Al phington showing supremacy, the match hardly requires detailed description. The final scores were: Alphington, 11 goals 9 behinds; Diamond Creek,-1l goal 5 behinds. The goal-kickers were: Alphington: G. Youren (5), Partridge (2), Boyd (1), Downie (1), Worle (1), McDonald (1). Diamond Creek: Cov entry (1).
CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 July 1914
CLUB NOTES. The following are the umpires for to day's matches :-Heidelberg v. Greens borough, Geddes; Fairfield v. Diamond Creek, Dykes; Alphington v. Fairfield Juniors, Coultas; Ivanhoe a bye. Matches played on the ground of the first-named club. Heidclberg Juniors play Clifton Hill at Heidelberg to-day. The following will represent Heidelberg :-Armstrong, Blackburn, Cooper, Murphy, Hughes Irvine, Mullins, Lewis, Osborne, Rank, Riddle, Sloan, Dixon, Tuomey (3), Week (Capt), Young. Emergencies :-Tyrrell, Cooper; Rollason. Umpire, iMaynard. The match played last Salturdaybe tween Fairfield Seniors· and Fairfield Juniors resnlted in a victory for the former team. The football match between. Ivanhoe and Heidelberg was won by Ivanhoe, the scores being-Ivanhoe, 7.6; Heidelberg, 3.6.. [Owing to full reports of the Ivanhoe and Heidelberg, and Fairfield v. Fairfield Juniors not coming to hand as promised we regret omission of same.-Ed. NEws]
COMPULSORY TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 July 1914
COMPULSORY TRAINING. Sir,--I noticed in your issue of last Saturday week a letter written to you from a gentleman in Brighton with re gard to punishment that was meted out to his son, caused by his negligence of duty as a military trainee. In last Satruday's issue I als.o read a.letter which was_ (as I take it) on the same subject signed by "W.TJ P. rismall." Now, the writer of the last letter evi dently tried to give a little epistle on past and present forms of militarism, as he calls it; but from what I can see of it Mir. Prismall might have stated what he thought of "complusory train ing" in plainer language, instead of "swallowing- the dictionary." Anyhow, going back to the letter of the 20th inst., I would like to ask the parent of that defaulter why he was in such a position? If the lad had atten died his drills and paid attention to his superior officers, I fail to see how he would have been in the Queenscliff fort at all. For lads disobeying the laws of the land, which we m...
TOWN GARDEN PLANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 July 1914
TOWN GARDEN PLANNING. Sir,-A well-known amateur gardener in Ivanhoe recently made the suggestion that, instead of the Horticultural Soci ety giving prizes and certificates for the production of specially developed individual plants, it would be well if it encouraged local gardens as a whole. This it could do by giving a certificate each year in their own street. It would develop street emulation. I pass this -on to the powers that be as a sugges tion which seems to have much in its favor, without involving the society in any special expenditure.-.Yours, ete.; "A TYRO."
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. ELTHAM WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 July 1914
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responslble for. or identify ouarselves with; tle opinions expressed by or 'oorresp t.ndet. ELTHAM WATER SUPPLY. Sir,-I have had much pleasure in. reading MIr Mealy's letter' in your issue of 27th inst. PermiV me t state .that Mr. Mealy is quife wzrogg whag 3 states thie watefi schem· e was not the real cause of my complaint. Now that Mr. Mealy has raised the question of the?:ontmoreney matter, I think it only right to say that I was very much a noyed at the apathetic mainer in rhiich the position was treated, and though it is of* very small moment to me it is of the utmost importance to 5 reat number of the Elthgm 'aepayers: How ever, this mt "r will no doubt receive fur-ter attention from the council and I hope, in a satisfactory manner to ail concerned. Now, with reference to the water sup ply, until some information is given by the council I must adhere to the state, ment I .ye made. The recrds of the council show that that body ha...
ST. JAMES' HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 July 1914
ST. JAMES' HARRIERS. On Saturday last the above club held their outing at Eltham. The hnres laid St?rai bver aboit-4 miles of co~itry, the riper- being, followed for some distance. Ploughed fields made the runniiggh~evy. About a mile from homne the paper gave out, and a little further on the hares were sighted when the pacemaker lined up the pack, and they all gave chase. One of the hares was caught about 300 yards from home by F. Smitten, who was followed by L. Everitt and C. Taylor. Lhe harriershad tea at Eltham, catching the 9.20 train to Ivanhoe. To-day's run is from Holy Trinity school. room at Kew.