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CROSSED THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
SCROSSED THE BAR. Quite a gloom was cast over Ivanhoe when it became known that an old and highly respected resident in the person rf 1Mr 4kraham R. Fenton had been suddinly'and ,iaep5gctedly called to his rest. The deceased gentuIeis, Vho was. engaged as chief accountant I?~thp Customs department, was returning to Ivanhoe from the city at the time of his death. He had reached Princess Bridge railway station with the intention of catching the '.35 p.m. train, when he was suddenly seized by heart failure. When the Heidelberg train due at frlie.ies ridgp gt about 7.30 arrived, a ,la&p resident of:? jnhoe aw Mr Fenton lying in a critical st'oi ? e t, being i attended to by railway officials. Bfo~Ye tile ambulance conveyance that had been requisitioned reached the hospital, Mr Fenton had expired. Deceased had lost his wife about 7 weeks ago, and it was known that this sad blow had affected him greatly, ILe leaves a son and four daughters to mourn their ~qg of a de voted father, ...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
CIT Dews. PppL.p1ED EVERY SATURDAY 'MORNING: STzrPHNE-on-Heidelberg 67x. BAT~lUAtrT, AUlJUn1T 1, 1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. OURSELVES. We regrg tJe 4C pgaity qf having to hold.over a number of interesfng items , this issue, including a report of St. John's Church of England concert held at Heidelberg last Saturdey evening, the annual meeting of the Heidelberg branch of the Australian Women's National League, Ivanhoe Horticultural Society meeting, and other matter. As soon as our new machinery comes to hand, the 'l.inimi; ..f the "News," promised some time ago, wi~l t~a pce,. *
FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v. HEIDELBERG. Heidelberg Plays 19 Men. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
PAIRPIELD JUNIORS v. HEIDELBERG. -Heidelberg Plays 19 Men. - The above match, played on the ground of the former, was in several respects the most inter- esting fixture of last Saturday. In the first place, the Juniors, who have latterly made su.Hc. a gallant. bid for a place in the finals, were playing with the grim determina tion that they could not possibly let the chance of another win go by; and in the second place, the match was made specially note worthy because, in the final quar ter, when the brilliant work of the Juniors had the game about won; it was belatedly discovered that -Heidelberg was playing 19 men. On- the request of the cap tain of the former' team, Umpire Geddes lined the men up, and, as his count disclosed 19 men, he awarded the match to Fairfield. When the verdict was definitely announced the Heidelberg men left the field. It was a great pity that the Heidelberg team had not been lined up prior to the game, as this unfortunate mistake made an un pleasant and ...
ALPHINGTON V. GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
ALPHINGTON V. GREENS BOROUGH. This season's return match was played at Alphington, and, as was anticipated, resulted in an easy win for the home team. Greens borough journeyed to Alphington with exactly half a team, no less than nine of their players being absent, principally through sick ness. It is. a curious tiing that just as "Love laughs at Lock smiths" so La Grippe laughs at Eucalyptus.. Here -we have young fellows practically satura ted with eucalyptus oil, and yet influenza seems to grip them with malignant ease. On the ground the team was made uip of vete rans, juniors and supporters. -The fact of Greensborough " facing a team that practically regard themselves as premiers," under such circumstances, speaks well for Greensborough sportsm.n ship. Speaking of sportsmanship it must be freely admitted that as far as the opp15osing, team were concerned, Alphington played the game fairly and with good-feel ing, but the behaviour of a sec tion of the barrackers was sim ply nerve-r...
WARDEN'S COURT. (Before Mr Read Murphy, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
W ARDEN'S- COURT. (Before Mr Read Murphy, Wardein.) Edward Holmes applied, f£o 4 miner's righV l i par" of section fo.merly held by the late John Wool cock, aid now claimed by his brother, James Wooleock. James Woolcock deposed thait he was. the holder of a miner's rightas administrator -for his late ' brother, John Woolcock,. de ceased, April, 1914, and held the area described at Queenstown. ~He pro duced letters of administration dated 9th July, 1014. He was in occupa tion when Holmes pegged the area out. There is a bark hut on the part of the-area Hohlmes pegged oui"t 'I had been. on th.-iipe?tp two orithree tiilies tfte" h~is brothe 's death, adno 'was looking afteri lt. Abouit a week after- his: brother's death he went up to the place and sold his tools and other belongings. His brother did not reside in the bark -hut; but in a con crete house 'distaint about 30 feet. John Heniry Pill gave corroborative evidence. Edward Holmes, claimant, said he had resided four years· in Queen...
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. DEFENCE ACT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. DEFENCE ACT CASES. (Before Messrs Read Murphy, P.MI., Rank and Dr. King, J's.P.) Robert McWilliams was charged on the information of Lieut. Farrer, Area Officer, that, having been com mitted to custody for deficiency in number of drill parades attended dur ing year ending 30th June, 1013, he failed to report himself. Fined 10/-, or 7 days in Queenscliff. McWil liams was further charged that he failed to render 35 hours' drill for year ending 30th June, 1914. Fined 35/-, or 10 days in Queenscliff. Alex. George Mounsey was charged with failure to attend 28 hours' drill. Fiiledl 28/-, or 10 days in Queenscliff. James Blackley, on a charge of deficiency bf 47 hours, fined 23/-, or 10 days in Queenscliff. Ernest H.-Fortz charged with a deficiency, of 45 hours, fined 45/, or 20 days in Queenscliff. Jo seph White, on a charge of 40 hours' deficiency, fined 40/-. On a second charge--failure to report himself while under . custody-fined 10/-. William Charles. Cook, d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
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THE RECENT "AT HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
THE RECENT "AiT HOME." The gicnral committee held the final meeting to wind up accounts, &c., in connection with the recent ' "At Home" tendered to the President and Mrs R. G. Ball, last Monday evening, and the treasurer was pleased to report that as well as the function being a success finai?falj?r?fwo ~oFthree small amounts yet due will leave the committee clear of any financial obligation. Votes of thanks were recorded to the chairman, Mr Jas. Shairp; the treasurer, Mr G. R. Bennett, a?id the hon. secretary; Mr NWV. C. Joy, 'Igepe ge tlemen suitably responding. is~C~i The anniversary f the Ivanhoe Methodist church will be celebrated on Sunday, 9th Aug. See advertisrement.
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Mr F. S. Bryant's supporters held 'lhjr usual weekly meeting in the school hail o ~ocday .ye~zjg last. The can didate outlined his progrannse' for the coming contest, which was unanimously commended. It was announced that great promises of support were received from all quarters. As will be seen by advertisement, a public meeting will be held at the Alphington hall on Tuesday next at 8 p.m. A meeting of the general committee wI9 aed wcrking to secure the election0of Or E." A.?*Idetwas 4el last week. It was stated tlhat very goold reports were received of support. Detailed arrange ments necessary in connection with the election are well in hand.
IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON PROGRESS SOCIETY. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON .PROGRESS SOCIETY. MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the above society was held in the Alphington Hall last Monday evening. Mr. H. T. Eiseman, pre sident, was in the chair. In addition to members, Cr. Fluck and Messrs. Jones and Reynolds, of the Heidelberg Pro gress Association, were present as a deputation; and were wel comed by the president. Thle minutes of the last meeting having been read and confirmed, the meeting proceeded to deal with the correspondence and busi ness arising therefrom. Correspondence. A letter was read from Mr. J. G. Membrey, M.L.A., stating that the resident policeman would take up'his residence in Alphing ton in about a fortnight. In response to a letter from the Heidelberg Association, request ing the appointment of three dele gates to meet in conference to discuss the financial position of the various ridings of the shire, .essrs. Eiseman, Bennet and Witeher were selected. A letter was read from the Railway Department, ...
RATEPAYERS' MEETING. GRIEVANCES VENTILATED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 1 August 1914
RATEPAYERS' MEETING. GRIEVANCES VENTILATED. A meeting of ratepayers was held in the Sir Henry Barkly hall, Heidel berg, on Wednesday evening There was an interested attendance of about 40 gentlemen. Mr J. F. O'Callaghan, convener of the meet ing, presided, and delivered a stir ring address dealing with ratepayers grievances the necessity for. muni cipal reform, and a change of representation in the shire council. Mr O'Callaghan said a counter meeting was being held wkich no doubt took some raepayers away from his meeting, and was meant as a boycott to try and hinder him and the aggrieved ratepayers getting a larger gathering to deal with their re sentment of the unsatisfactory and incompetent manner in which some members of the council dealt with municipal matters. This method ot seeking to detrac" from the atten dance at ratep yeirs meetings had been adopted by the same old clique for many years. But he looked to the local press, vwhiih was read by all ratepayers zeal -us about the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 8 August 1914
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GREENSBOROUGH V. FAIRFIELD JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 8 August 1914
GREENSBOROUCH . FAIRFIELD JUNIORS PIr?.o than ordinary interest was con nected with this match, the losing team being thereby deprived of. ny. chance for the premiership. With this at stake both teams naturally gave their best, and a most strenuously yet fairly fought game delighted the spectators. With perhaps more sports manship than wisdom, two of the Greens borough players tpok the field fresh from a sick room. Umpire Goddes was in com mand, and as usual gave a good game, being b.th ,rm and impartial. The yisiting captain winning the toss, wiely alectiikd fo kick with the wiMd, whidh \v?s blowind fairly strong towards the township goal. From the bounce it was evident that the Tmiors, wvhich by the way is somewhat of a siisnomer, hs they will compare very favor ably either as regards avoirdupos or age with any team in the competition) were struhg up to concert pitch. In the first .qukrter, aided by the.wind, it looked as if: the Juniors Were going to do as they pleased, and only ...
CONCERT AT HEIDELBERG. IN AID OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 8 August 1914
CONCERT AT HEIDELBERG. IN AID OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, It may safely be said that Saturday evening's entertainment was he .oe of the kind plccd before the puliuh for some years, -Go6ol singers, spark ling ''o'medy 'and a packed hall all conibined to miake a crownlng st? cess. Eveirything went with a swing from beginning to the end. The evening's amuseient started with "the luiartette, comprisin~g Mes dames and Mel¢s, Wilnter singing, "Profundo Basso," a-humorous and artistic .rendition, which : found comn plete favour with the audience, who would not be denied an encore. Their second number,"The Sobbing Song," gave great pleasure. Then followed Miss ?.I V.li.h, with "Ag ., "onald," sweetly sung. A well rendered pianoforte solo by Miss Baxter followed.. Mr, Eric Stirling intich amused his audi?nce \vith-a huinorous recitation, entitled "'The Mayor of Mudcum dyke,"' and had to? respond wiyth an other item..: '. Mr. Pryde's singiig of ' My Old Shakes" was a great treat, his splen did bari...
AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. HEIDELBERG BRANCH. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 8 August 1914
AUSTRALiANi WOMEN'S ATflONAL LEAGUE. HEIDELBERG BRANCH. ANNU.ALI MEETING. The_ tnth anual 'mctjngof-th~e local branchli~ of thle A?. stralian Wo?:rioen 'siNatitioi aal iLe?igue w wias· held inii Scots Hiall, Heidelberg on Wed nesd.y (July ??U iy: There wt;as a very large attendance every seat being Si-ed. Th e lal .was - tastefu l!y de coraite - ;'- pt: rlirple ai-. god col ourstci 3 :i ·. *gue. .??rs. Maling; the ,presidet::: of the braniiich, ~dcupited'the chair, :and, in welcomiig the, visitors, said she was speecily plsde its o introduce Mrs. W'atsoi. Robertsoi, the president of the Moonee Ponds branch, who had very kindly coiisented to address the meeting, and whd-was.always a most interesting speaker. The Heidelberg branch of the Lea gue had expended a great deal re cently, and, although several mem bers had left the district,-far more had joined than had moved awvay. The president refuted the state ment that the A.W.N. League was an idle one, by pointing out that at the recen...
Heidelberg v. Alphington. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 8 August 1914
Heidelberg iv. Alphingtoin. " The match- betweein the above teams. provided-- a. most.: interesting contest.. ItiWas in every way a splen did game, providing some brilliant football, and played in a sportsman like spirit. The afternoon was favourable, to football. The air was sufficiently fresh to promote vigour, and genial 'enough to allow onlookers to stroll about or stand and enjoy the past time afforded. The beauty of the surroundings-smiling nature and bright sunshine-made Heidelberg's beautiful and even grounds the sub ject of favourable comment. We question if there are many more beautiful and suitable playing-fields in the whole of Victoria. The first quarter opened with Alph .ington attacking with fine dash, and, to the uninitiated, apparently qutclass ing. Heidelberg. Hamijtonaid Part rftdgevery-ear ly-iadlaeed'cW to -their credit. 'But this dash was not to go long unchallenged, though it, for a short time, disconcerted the home team. Cooper, Beale- and Bernard each, in ov...
FOOTBALL. PREMIERSHIP POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 8 August 1914
FOOTBALL. PREMIERSHIP POINTS. At a meeting of the association on 3rd inst., it was decided to play the first semi: final, Heidelberg . Fairfield, at Ivanhoe on Saturday (to-day), and the next semi-final, Alphington v. Fairfield Juniors, a~t Heidel berg on 15th inst. The following is the order in which the clubs finished: Alphington;- won 9 lost 3 - Heidelberg ,, 8 :,,4 - Fairfield Jr.'s ,, 7 ,, 7 75.1 per cent. Fairfield ,, 7 ,,- 583.6 per cent. Grocnsborough ,, 5 ,, 6 drawn Diamond Creek,, 3 9. . - Ivanhoe ... ,, 2 ,,, 9 1 drawn Fairfield had the best per centage.. Geddes will unipire the match on Saturday.
ST. JAMES'S HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 8 August 1914
ST. JAMES'S HARRIERS. St. James's harriers lield their outing at Diamond Creek on Saturday last, and had a five-mile run over very hill coun try. The hares chosen not knowing the country too well, the captain decided on a pack run. The creek was crossed on the way back, and here some of the runners attempted to take the water in tleii, stride, the result being a warning to the otoers. Th'oe that fell in the creek immediately started for ;hoine in an attempt to get warm. The run-in of 400 yards resulted--P. Taylor 1, E. Aoffatt 2, G. Davey 3. To-day the harriers hold their paperchase at Ivan hoe, running from the recreation ground.
IVANHOE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 8 August 1914
IVANtOE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Ivanhoe Horticultural Society was held in the Rechabite hall on Monday, the 28th ult. There was a good attendance of members, and great interest was taken •n the election of office-bearers for the lew year. Some of the older members had retired ahd ngw members were elected in their stead. As ill the new office bearers are ardent practhcal gar deners, the society promises to be stronger than ever. Mr F. S. Bryant eqnsented to act as -judge for all com petitions duri~g the year, and is to have a seat on the comdliittee. 4t the con clusion of the business the president, Mr Sharwood, presented to Mr Collins (who has been hen. secretary for about 5 years) a handsome oak writing table on behalf. o?f?,the members of the society. Mr Sharwood remarked on Mr Collins' great industry and enthusiasm in the cause of industry, his never-failing punc tuality and regularity at all committee and monhJly meetings, and expressed the hope that MCr...