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ELTHAM PROGRESS AsSociation. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
ELTHAM" PROGRESS AsSociation. Sir,-In your issiue of the 4th inst under "Matters of Mement," refer ring to the remarks of a speaker at the Greensborough smoke. nighi, ydit somewhat caustdcally bri'tioicise he E, tham Shire 'umicil. and the Progress Assijiatiobn il their relations to each otlier!. 'This cr3itibiim' does. not apply now in any ~ense-some time ago it did-At -present -the- newly formed League and the Council are on quite amicable terms, and do not wish that friendly feeling to be disturbed. The original Progress League was not brought to extinction by the Council though their relations were not al wa.ys friendly. The ,members felt that it had, to a ceri'tain.extent out lived its usefulness anid made way for a fresh organisation, which has with in its ranks members of 'the original one. As I was the speaker referred to, I must in justification of myself, and -my fellow members of the Eltham League insert 'ths 'disclaimer. My remarks at th?e function referred to did not, t...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. MUNICIPAL EXTRAVAGANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold onurselves responslble for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our oorrespolidents. MUNICIPAL EXTRAVAGANCE._ SI,--The residents of Ivanhoe are jistly proud of their district. Possess i._ it does so m any fine features un surpasssdieby any o&her 'subuirb of Mel bourne, the locality fully merits their esteem. Now this feeling of pardonable pride should stimulate the ratepayers to take a hvely interest in municipal affairs. But is this the case P Are the people aware of what is being done or proposed to be done witl' theifmoney . Surely not! For were the people alive to their own interests and acquainted with some of the propositions seriously entertained by the councillorr of this very riding, they would forthwith convene a public meeting and indignantly protest against them. Take, for instance, the Rock beare hill proposal. It is really difficult to credit, but is nevertheless true, that our council did intend to procee...
HEIDELBURG v GREENSBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
HEIDELBURG v GREENSBOBOUGH The return match of thi season was! played on thle ground of the former and: resulted in an easy win for the home team. At Greensborough it is a duly recognised fact.that a cast iron fatet has decreed that the Greensborough team shall never beat Ieidelberg. Whe ther tlie? fl'e w'ill ever relent is an open question, but the fact remains that on Saturday last, the wearers of the green and white ,journeyed to Heidel berg anticipating defeat, and as is.gen erally the case, a dis-spirited man is beaten from the start. Prior to the match, the Heidelberg men were the recipients of some .good advice by one or two of the club offi cials. They were urged to overlook and condone any little misunderstand-. ings that had arisen and present a united front to their oiponenits. That the counsel vas accepted was at once evident and freely commented on by the club supporters and well-wishers. The game was marked throughout by unselfish play and concerted action. Their syste...
ALPHINGTON v. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
ALPHINGTON v. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. This match, played on the the ground f the former was looked forward to with much interest by lovers of the game. It was generally anticipated that a first nlass exhibition of football would be given. Followers of the game were not disappointed. It was one of the most brilliant displays of the season. Not only was there good football but also good spirit which did credit to the sportsmanlike interests of the players. Unfortunately the attendance of the general public was rather poor. We are told that many lovers of the game pre eer to go-and watch the big events of the League clubs but if they would look nearer home, they would not only see some very fine football, but would also patriotically help to encourage the young men of their own district to emu late the best traditions of the metro politan clubs. In fact in the spirit of the game they have little to learn from these clubs. Fairfield juniors have recently had the services as coach, of Mr. T. ...
THE STROLLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
THE STROLLERS, The Strollers held their usual rehersal last Wednesday at the residence of Mr Russel Fenton, when the date for the annual concert was fixed for Saturday, August 24th. The programme is cer. tainly a most ambitious one for a subur. ban society, biut the Strollers, who have every confidence is the musical tastes of the people of the Heidelberg district, have engaged Miss Marjory Gray, Herr. -att.naah, [r Dawson, Mr Nortb, Miss Drothy Humphries and Mr Con way. As these artists all stand at the very height of their profession, a very fine musical treat is assured. The male choir itself is bending all its energies to make their. part of the programme as perfect as possible. Liberal support has always been received from Fairfield, Alphington and Heidelberg, and the committee look for a highly successful issue to this, the Strollers finest effort. Further announcements will be made in the Nnws.
FAIRFIELD HOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
FAIRFIELD ROCKXEY CT;UB. Last Saturday Fairfield A team played Essendon on the latter's ground. Owing to a little misunderstanding the Fairfield team was two men short. F. Besley and O. Davoren were on the injured list, and being unable to play their places were supposed to have been filled with B grade players, but they did not turn up. However, after a hard up hill fight Fairfield won by two goals to 1. J. Thompson and J. Stubley each scored, and Will Le Masarier, H. Watt, and J. Watt were greaf factors in help ing the defeat of Essendon. The Fair field B team played Elsternwick at Elsternwick, and defeated them by 2 goals to 1. Fairfield are improving greatly, and ought to have no trouble in getting in the semi-.finals.
ST. JAMES' HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
ST. JAMES' HARRIERS. 8 t1 ':harriers ;turned ?duntin.full stren on Saturday, -when 18 .of the runners journeyed to Xew, and held a very interesting run over about 4 miles I of very hilly but prett~icountry. The course was laid by the hares from the Holy Trinity school room towards the river, which was -followed for some dis tance, the trail leading through the asylum grounds, across cultivation pad. docks. A run-in of 300lyards was held, F. Smitten, G. Davey, and T. Moffat finishing in that order. On Saturday next the harriers play St. James' Moonee Ponds at football. The matches to com mence at 3 o'clock, and will take place on the Waterdale road ground. The five mile race of the club will be run from the church on Saturday next, im mediately after the laying of the foun-. dation stone of the new hall-
PRUNING COMPETITION AT DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
PRUNING COMPETITION AT DIAMOND CREEK. A jprunmng competition, under the auspices of the Diamond Creek Horti cultural Society, was held on Thursday, 2nd inst,, at Mr Ring's orchard, Iron bard rcad, Diamond Creek. The entries were not numerous, but the pruning showed a marked improvement on pre vious competitions. The judges wiere Messrs J. Cronin (director botanical gardens) and Mr E. Wallis (district orchard supervisor), and both commented upon the high quality of the work. The results were :-G. Herbert (69 points) 1, J3,.Lorimer (684 points) 2, A, Collins, H. Alston (OS pqintp) Q,
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. (Before Dr. Rollason, Chairman, and Messrs. Rank and McLeod, J's.P..) S. J. Costello, Constable, Heidelberg, v George Kent, Rosanna. Mr. R. L. Wingrove for Police, and Mr. J. McPherson for defendant. Impounded Cattle. John Goodall, officer of Heidelberg Shire Council v unknow0 owners of tiwo bay geldings, impounded on June 21. Fined 5/; costs £1 15/. Shooting a Calf. Charge.-That George Kent shot at and wounded a calf in circumstances that involved cruelty. Marion Bray, Rosanna deposed that she had property adjoining that of de fendant. On 14th June, she heard a shot and went -to see the reason of it. She saw that her calf had been shot. It appeared dazed. It had been shot in the front legs, and blood was coming out of the wounds, TQ Mr .fcPberson:--She would admit that the calf had been in defendant's place very often. She owned 8 acres and rented 200 acres. She had 40 cattle running on the 8 acres. She was certain that her cattle did not eat down two apple...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
Dr. Basil J. Adam " WURROOK." SIVAN IOe. Hours 9 toI10a.m..49to 8p.mn. 8:' ya· and Sundays, ·9 to 10 la.,m. na~:: -! i.?l.ctlon--RTuedays, 2 to 3 p.m, Vebis 1AIRUILD isily 11 a . (San-I ::. ea ioced._ Meines may be left at u.u: MolrsIr'u, osn Mr Marh's, Itation. D R H. KIRWAN KWAN HEIEIDELBERG. May be Coanslted Daily, 9 to 11 am Visits : , ltham-Mondays, 2 pm. I:-: Greensborough--ondays, 4 p.m; and - I":.' hursdays, 1 pm. Diamond Creek-Thursday (Oddfellows aill), 2.30 p.m. : D R . .-- RO L LA? O N (4131HmDELBER%) SAura Taesdays, 120.noo. ui" "8Uaooeia; Tudays, l10 pm- ." ~ O asCPK Frldai9 p.m. ;r~~ Hospitai Registered.) * .-:?'iERG.ROAD, . ViANHOE--cloe s8tation. : : 1 :' I --? e L t cctmmodated beforo and after ac".,· o...noiement. Every comfort and ??. .:: '1 :; skilled attention -Ip--Tw.e ad a ball allsea. SVisiting oeses attended. -:- NURSE JACKSON (0srtilioated,) . PRIVATE Nursing Home. (Reglistered), "SILISTRIA," ..rem Yam and HawDoN STanTs, HIEIDELBERG. (Near Station). Pat?ic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
Miss Parker, COSTUMIERE, 18HES tointimate to the Residents Mrs Emery's drapery Establishment in HEIDELBERG ROAD. IVANHOE And trusts by strict attention to business to receive liberal patronage Smart Costumes, ivning and Wedding Dresses a Speciality. Good Fit Guaranteed. Correspqndence attended to. FORI ALL SIOiT TROUBLES YOU SHnOUL p CONSULT EA$IB11YnP 95 JOnNSTOr. T, COLUIMTWOOD "(*IARn WImot.on s?r(tt * ICAMERA5&fOTOAPIS *Housekeepers I Dp yo kno?w it PAYS YOU to SAVE YOUR FAT&BONES COLLECTED IN EVERY PART Fo THFE DISTRICOT. Iighest Prices Gilven. mnd Post Card to E. B. Both, TEMPLETOWE BOILING DOWN ' WORKS. ROBERT DICK, 'ou8s Decorator, Importer of Window Glass, Paper langings, and all Painters' Requisites, EG8 to intimate that 'he has Moved his Business to premises lately oocop pied by Mr Eade pEIDEIJBIgB P.04P, IVANHOE. Phone, Heidelberg 82. And trasts by good workmanehip and sup plying only the best material to merit a share of public patronage. A. Lewis, 850 Q...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FAIRFIELD SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
C) DPews. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TunnoHOB-Heidelberg 67lx. SATURDAY, JULY i11, 1914. 1 TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FAIRFIELD SWIMMINCG GLUB. A meeting of the above club was held in the Fairfield hall on Monday evening last. There was only a fair attendance of members. Mr O. Forster, president, occupied the chair. The meeting was called as a gpecial annual meeting to receive report and balance sheet, elect. officers, &c., and to take into considera tion the severance of the club from the Victorian Amateur Swimming Associa tion. As the annual meeting is by the constitution of the club snpposed to take place in October, it was necessary to oobtain the .consent of two-thirds of the members present -before the business could be proceeded with. Considerable discussion took place on the matter. It was urged by some that it was too early for an annual meeting, one member re marking that one thought more of blankets than swimming. Another sec tion urged the desirability of holding ...
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PRO-j GRESS ASSOCIATION. MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the above society was held in the Scots' Church- Hall, IIeidelberg, on Monday evening. Mr. A- Jones, president, in the chair. There was a large and enthusiastic gathering of members. The usual routine business having been disposed of, the meeting pro ceeded to the chief business of the evening. Swimming Site. Mr. Behan said he hoped to get the title in a few days and read a suggested deed of trust. Mr. Reynolds 'said the swimming season would be on soon, and they ought to proceed in preparatioli and make the place safe for children. They should bring the matter under notice of the Education IDepartment and ask their assistance in making the necessary site safe.and providing necessary facilities. Mr. McLeod suggseasted that .a big carnival be held'and the help of the Athletic- Association enlisted., He thought the Government would favor , ably eonlider assistaJCe. ? main kfilMWafia o P nioi ,th...