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HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 July 1914

HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT.: Before Dr. Rollason (chairman), Dr. Kirwan King, Messrs. Rank and McLeod, J.'sP. J. E. O'Keefe v. John Blanchard. : Claimed £4/6/, meat supplied. Counter claim i John Blanchard claimed £22 for grazing horses. ir. B3. Nolan appeared for plaintiff. -M?r. W. S. Doria for defence. :O'Keefe's case was that Blanchlard had owed him £25 .for meat. When he went to him.for money defendant told him that he had no money. He (O'Keefe) then hgreed to take -part of the amount out in grazing his horses at 1/3 per head per week. Under cross e.xamination. O'Keefe stated that Blanchard now counter claimed for 94 weeks' grazing at- 2/6 per head per week. This was con trary to agreement, ais his horses when in use during the day were fed by him, and only turned out at night and for the week end. - ,? John- Blanchard deposed that O'Keefe had agreed to pay 2/6 per head per week for-grazing horses. He had grazed O'Keefe's-horses for 94 weeks. The agreement was that he was to graze...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAIRFIELD AND ALPHINGTON ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 July 1914

FAIRFIELD AND ALPHINGTON ANGLERS' CLUB. The annual meeting of the above took place at the Grand View Hotel, Fairfield, on Thursday evening last. Mr. W. Bolger, President, occupied the chair, and a large and enthusi astic gathering-of members were ill evidence. The report and balance sheet was. submitted by the hen. sec retary, Mr. G. Harris, and made pleasing reference to the prosperity of the club. Annual Report. The balance sheet showed that the sum of £38/0/11 is carried forward to the ensuing year,. Inter-Club.-The Abbotsford and Richmond again competed in friendly rivalry with your 'club, and we are pleased to report tha ,h teaims rep resentimg youir". c?lu i".tl Se several competitions were successful in win ning the 1913 and 1914 shield, which we trust will soofi adore the walls of the club room. Social.-The Northcate and Ab botsford also tried conclusions with your club, an inter-club euchre tour nament being arranged for and car ried out by each of the clubs. Abb botsford p...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEIDELBERG V. DIAMOND CK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

HEIDELBERG V. DIAMOND CK. This match was to have been played on the grounds of the former, but Dia. mond Creek failed to put in an appear ance.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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GREENSBOROUGH V. FAIRFIELD SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

GREEl jA GROfG V. FAIRFIELD SENIORS. This match was played on the ground of the former and resulted in a win for the visitors.. From the outset. it.was evident tlat aggressive tactics were de. termined on by the visiting team, For tunately 'Umpire Geddes assumed con trol from';te boaunce, and by freely and fearlessly? penalising he got the game somewhat within bounds. With a weak umpire the game wo.uld have gone to pieces in the first quarter, the fact that Fairfield were penalised 33 times and cautioned twice, against 14 given against Greensborough is sufficient indication that the visitors were mixing things. Fairfield winning the toss elected to kick with the. wsn .~cl "ueceede in establishi.g ?l?ead tlat was never over askoe~ . ? ct s t ieo f the first quarter 4he scores were- Fairfield, 3 goals 3.behinds Greensborouglj, nil. , The second quarter was marked by the inabilit.v.r~ he home team to qtiltsa th?jr chances. The ball was brought within kicking diqtance six times and only...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. JAMES' CHURCH, IVANHOE. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

.ST. JAMES' CHURCH, IVANHOE. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. Tile last outstanding material evi dence of the growth of -Ivanhoe-a growth which seems to proceed at compound interest rate---is the-erec tion· of a school and parish hall in connection withl St. James' Church of England. If there were need to search for characteristics of this growth, perhaps a better type could not be found than the solidity of the foutidations, which on Saturday last enclosed an attendance of seveial hundred people to witness the laying of the foundation stone. And it was not only the thickness and strength of the rising walls which occasioned comment, but their extent as well. -As we understand, the structure, when completed, although planned to best subseri'e the purposes of educa tion on modern lines, will provide ac- commodation in its main part for the seating of five hundred people. To apprehend the full significance of this enterprise,. which might easily have cost half .as much again as the sum to...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

HEIDELBERG- SHIR~- COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. The above council met last Tuesday evening, the following councillors being present:--Crs. Ball (president), White, Lorimer, Price, Coate, Trevena, Stone, Rank, Fluck, Rollason, Knell and Oakes. Correspondence. From secretary Shire of Whittle sea, stating that their engineer had not yet reported .on the proposed bridge at South Morang. Received. From secretary Shire of Eltham, stating that the Eltham Council had decided to take over half of the-Mont morency Bridge and one chain of ap proach thereto, and, as sbon as pro clamation is gazetted repairs are to be proceeded with. Secretary to have Heidelberg half of bridge ind. one chain of approach gazetted a -public highway. From town clerk, Kew, giving con ditions on which the Kew Council will agree to co-operate with the Heidelberg Council to take over outer circle railway bridge. Received. From town clerk, Northcote, stat ing that a suggestion had been made to use old railway girders for b...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAIRFIELD JUNRS. V. IVANHOE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

FAIRFIELD JUNRS. V. IVANHOE Last Saturday the above teams met in friendly contest on the grounllds of the latter. The ground was damp and in ciined to be slippery, which rendered the game slower than it would otherwise -have been. The contest was a friendly one throughout, and both. teams played the game in a sportsmanlike manner. The Juniors were again in good form and under their able coach, Mr T. Horan, worked in good combination. This team exeinplifies the effect of unity of effort and well concerted action. The first quarter opened with the Juniors attacking in good spirit, P. Nye early succeeding in snapping a goal, which he speedily crowned with a second. Mill son then turned the affairs in fiavor of Ivanhoe by securing their first goal. Hicks andiHams had a couple of 'shots and securecd behinds. Blakeley pit on the third full figure for the Juniors, and Rice just on the bell secured -Fairfield's fourth goal. The first quarter closed- Fairfield Juniors, 4 goals 2 behinds Ivan...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FOOTBALL. PREMIERSHIP POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

FOOTBALL. SPREMIERSHIP POINTS. SThe following are the premiership points up to and including last Satur day: 1::' ? "~ -' Club • o' k . - Alphiugton... .8 2 0 .488 324 32 Heidelberg ... 7 3 0 405 308 28 Greensborough 5 4 1 355 344 22 Fairfield ... 6 5 0 577 499 24 FairfiecldJunrs. 5 5 0 402 348 20 Ivanhoe .". 2 7 1 383 455 10 Diamond Creek 2 8 0 284 626 8

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIAMOND CREEK MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

DIAMOND CREEK MINE. So learn that the Diamond Creekl mine, w~ic ~as closed down a few weelks ago, lias been parchape y local miners and residents, and i's to k worked on co-operative lines. Work has been recommenced.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

PITH AND POINT. -4------ As notified elsewhere in this issue the tenth anniversary meeting of the Heidel berg branch of the A.W.N.L. will be held nezt Wednesday afternoon (July 2ith) ~ 3 p'.m, in ?ico?' clurch hall. Mrs Watson Robertson, jresitilut of the Moonee Ponds' brandh' of the LBagde, will deliver an address. Mrs Robertsdi has the fianie o.f being an interesting spealier. The secretary of the Ivanhoe Baptist church wrote to the council intimating that a civic service was to be heldin that church next Sunday evening, and qieshiiog t46 e p? acycpy of councillors at the service,- r ~'all 'st'ited' h!i' inteu tion of being present and at his request other councillors promised to attend. Methodist church home mission anlini versary meetings will be held next Mon day evening at Alphington, Tuesday at Ivanhee, Wednesday at Fairfield, and Thursday at Heidelberg. The Rev F.T. Cleverdoh is the deputed speaker, and will lectqre on "The iromance of Metho dis iome Missiorin.". .IMrs D. Au...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG BRANCH A.W.N.L [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

HEIDELBERG BRANCH A.W.N.L The monthly meeting of committee of the above was held at Ivanhoe on Tuesday, 21st inst., in the afternoon. There was a good attendance. Mrs D. HI. laig, president, presided. The new Coimmon#fealth rollp for Heidelberg, Ivanhoe iad Alplingtoli were on the table. The office-bearers for a week before had been going throsugh these and seeing that all members were on. The delegates to Bourke electorate committee reported that at the unanimous request of the committee the delegates had waited on Dr Robert Lee on Thursday, 16th inst., requesting him to nominate as a Liberal candidate for Bourke, and he asked for a few days to consider: On Saturday evening he gave his consent to staild, as he had received many offers of support fromi Bruiswick asid 6ther parts of the electorate. The then:~ers were very gratified at his answer, and have promised him every assistance. Mem bers were asked to see that any name not pn the roll should be notified that 6 p.m. on Ot1i: is...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. A meeting of friends and supporters pf Cr E. A. Knell was held in the Ivanhop halJ on Wednesday evening, Mr A. A. M'Nair in the chair. Cr Knell, in his opening remarks, statedthat he had just about completed his first year id the council, and was in a sense just serving his apprenticeship. He had in every case worked zealously in the interest of the Ivanhoe Riding and the shire in pneral, Many large works had been gaskd dang' thp peist qa9r, suc, as the .instatlation" bf the electric "lglt," new bridge over the Darebin creek, thbe re sheeting of the Heidelberg road, and the purchase of road plant, &e. He also stated that rumor said he was in favor of the Heidelberg site for a bridge over the Yarra. He gave an emphatic de nial, stating that in every instance, both in and out of the council, he had favored the site at Marshall street, and would if elected still etrenrqoisly oppose any 'iemen to' erect ab e at te sit0 mentioned. His" one a bition wiis to fu...

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 — 25 July 1914

SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY And send your Linen to the Ivanhoe Laundry ehidelberg Road (opposite News Press). ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED _TWICE WEEKLY* Post Cards receive Prompt Attention. All Work Done by land. Reasonable Prices. The Favor of Your Patronage is Solicited. Why Worry about Washing WHEN The Surrey Laundry 227 JOHNSTON STREET Will Itake all your work off your hands at a nominal charge :"'.4:1E .alled for anddelivered weekly in all parts of Heidelberg, Ivanhoe, Alphington and Fairfield. JOHN YOUNG, Proprietor. 'Phone: Central 7328. J. H. GIEGOIY Sow Moker and Cul/en Magoie Saw and Cutlery Works . 3 J nnston OSltret. collingwonnd,[near Smith 8.] Tailor and Hairdressers' Implements and Razors ground and set. Saws all kinds repaired and sharpened. J. . W. .BROWN, ..1!st.?cLASS CERTI:FICA TE D PLUMBER, H:-- M oidelberg Road, Ivanhoe. (Late inspector M.M.B.W.) ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR LAYING ON HOT OR COLD WATER. Sewerage Connections, Gasfitting, Bellfitting, Iron, Copper an...

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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. Th6 questing of securing another site for the proposed new shire hall was before the Council in the form of letters from Messrs R. B. Donaldson, of Heidel berg, and W. A. Williams, who wrote offering sites on the main road. The letters were received. In submitting his annual health report Dr Rlollason wrote congratulating the councilon the'healthy state of the district during the last year. -Received. The communication from Mr Horace Clarke, Eltham, pointing out the necessity of putting in another cul vert at the junction of Dudley St. and the main road was referred to the engi neer. On the motion of Cr Taylor it was agreed that repairs be effected to the footpath at the Eltham post office, and also that the footpath be extended north from the railway gates.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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MATTERS OF MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

MATTERS OF MOMENT. "Playing the game" is one of the most widely used and significant phrases in our language, and one of the best. Almost every sane, healthy Britisher is a, sport at heart. We love a true sport though we turn away in. contempt from some who arrogate the name sportsman and in disgust from much of that which is labelled sport. In the sacred name of religion what strange deed have been done; in the so-called in terests of justice and liberty what tyrannical doctrines are promulgated; and in the name of sport what foul practices and vile parasitism pre vails ? All the orld over "fair play is bonnie play," and not to play the game is to be despised. This is what some of our footbal lers either don't know -or knowing, fail to practice. No impartial ob server and lover of the game watch ing the Heidelberg-Fairfield contest I"1 Saturday could help but deplore the prevalence of foul play and thp lack of sportsmianlike spirit.' The game od: fotball,''like every other game, ha...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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[?] AND DRUDGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

:.:..I iiiD DRUDGERY. '- Last Sabbath evening at Scots' Church, Heidelberg, before a large ctingregation, the Rev. Alex. Hardie Sdealt with the above subject. His texts were: "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with all thy might;" "Whatsoever ye do, do it heartily as to the Lord." IHe said: "There are men and wo men who desI?ise the routine and Sdrudgery that are necessary to suc cess. They despise the little things, and spurn to stoop to hunble things, but are hopeful concerning the great Sgains that are coming to-morrow. Micawber like, they are sure their Sturri to be/rich will come soon, and Sso they wait and wait until at last -th'ey die and some friend puts upon their tombstone: 'For forty years he was just going to-then he died.' It is of no more use to give advice to stich men than to pour water into a sieve; and as to imploring them, one might as well try to fatten a grey beund. They are as the old proverb says, 'as lazy as Ludham's dog that lesned his head against th...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ST. JAMES'S HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

ST. JAMES'S HARRIERS. St. James's harriers held their first annual 5 mile club handicap race on Saturday last. The race attracted a field of 14 runners, 12 completiing the course. The harriers started from the St. James' Church.of England, after the foundati6n stone of the new Sunday s~choolhad been laid, the course being laid dowx to the end of Waterdale road, then across country for 830 yards, and turning back the harriers cut across ploughed fields and came on to Heidel berg road, finishing in front of the church. The first to arrive was L. Everitt, followed by V, Pitman, E. Moffat being third. The following is the order of finishing :-L. Everitt, han dicap 2 mins, net time 31. mins; V. Pitman, handicap 6 mins. net time 35 min 8 sees; E. Moffatt, handicap 2 mins; net time S31 mins 17 sees. F Smitten (scr.) obtained fastest time, viz.. 29 mins 59 secs. On Saturday next the harriers run with Melburnian hare and hounds at Brighton Beach, catching the 2.45 train from Flinders Street....

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ROUGH FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselve responalble 1or, or identfy ourselves with, the opiniosas expressed br onr correlpondenk. ROUGH FOOTBALL Sir,--Mr Classon's denial of a state. ment which appeared in the "Age" of 13th inst. that a Fairfield player de liberately kicked a Heidelberg player and struck him when his back was turned must be convinced before now that he was wrong, as the player con cerned was disqualified for the remainder of the season from playing for Fairfield at a meeting of the Association diin 17th inst. Now the amusing liart in this matter is that Mr Classon denied the above statement in the "Age" of 14th inst., also in your paper last week, but when the inquiry took place on the 17th inst. he did not attend the meeting, neither did the player concerned, nor any witness from his club, to deny or mitigate the charge. The matter was carried on by their delegates, one of whom went so far with the umpire (Dykes) in asking him questions that Dykes refused to...

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 — 25 July 1914

"Clothes make the Man" Somotim.cia--sot always ! But few will deny that a well-tailored suit, in a neat, obby fabric, gives the wearer that com fortable, well-groomed, gentlemanly ap pearance so -desirable now-a-days. Our Fabrics are the newest and most pleasing;' our cut and style are absolutely beyond reproach whilst Fit, Finish and Workmanship are perfect tq the smallest detail. Our suits are making for us new friends daily. We can please and make a per manent friend of yo. Will you give us the opportunity Thos. Trevena & Son Tailors, Hatters and Mercers, Phonao 510. 264 Smith Street, Celli?qwood. Winter Eggs. CROWTHER-WALSH Hens mated to X. I'Kenzie's best Cockerels (same as Gilis). Eggs 7s Gdsetling. Runher Ducks, 250 egg strain, 5s setting. DUIMAS, Alphington. Tenders. J AS. A. WOOD, Architect, 17 Queen St., invites Tenders for Timber Villa, Norman Street. Ivanhoe. Phone. Central 7949. D. AUST N?IOTIFIES that he has taken over the Alphington "Herald" Agency from Mrs St...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 25 July 1914

GOLF. The local team journeyed to Geelong oun Saturday, to find the seasiders too strong on their own links. N. L. Spiers, with a fine variety of 6 up being the only winner. Great interest is being evinced in next Saturday's team com. petition, when sides led by the president h?nd captain respectively will oppose each other. Some 60 players have entered and have been paired as equally as possible, so a close and exciting struggle for the honor of being the guests at the annual dinner is certain. All players competing are desired to get away as early as possible, otherwise there will be Sdijficulty in getting the match finished beforQ tJi shiades o toe winter evening fall.

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