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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. WHAT NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
SLETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hoeld ourselves responalble for. or identify ourselves with, the opinions , expressed by our oorrespondente WHAT NEXT. Sir,-I was amazed to notice in the repiorf of the Heidelberg Council a couple o- weeks 'Ogo Ithe calm request that was made by Cr. Knell for a grant. of £150 for the Ivanhoe Park, the amount to be expended in the making of tennis courts andin improvements. This is, in my opinion, absolutely "the limit." Dbes the Council calmly propose to use the ratepayers' money to make these sug gested additions P If they do, then I maintain that the whole of the tennis courts and croquet lawns must be made absolutely free to all the ratepayers and residents. If the club wishes to increase the accommodation for the present mem bers, why do they not, as other organisa tions do, put up the necessary money, and not sponge on the ratepayers, through the Council P As nothing can be done until next year, a watchful eye will require to be kept on the mat...
"AT HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
"AT HOME." 1kr, and Mrs. R. W. Kennedy, of "Ravenawood," Lower Heidelberg-road, Ivanhoe, the presidents of the Ivanhoe Park Croquet and Tennis Clubs, gave an "At Home" to the members of the clubs on Thursday evening, 6th instant. There were about 140 guests present, and everything possible was done to conduce to the evenings enjoyment. The spacious ball-room, which was tastefully decorat4 with the clubs' colors, proved a great attraction, and on a perfect floor dancingwas indulged in to the 'musib of a perfect band. Cards and billiarids also olaimed the attention of a numler of the guests, and festivities were not con cluded till a late hour. The catering for the suppr was in capable hands.
FOOTBALL. SEMI-FINALS. Heidelberg v. Fairfield. A Strenuous Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
FOOTBALL. --.--_,,q ? .i SEMI-FINALS. Heidelberg v. Fairfield. A Strenuous Contest. The semi-final match between Hei delberg and Fairfield, played last Sat urday on the Ivanhoe ground, af forded a keen and strenuous contest. The interest of the spectators and the enthusiasm of the players ran high no doubt enhanced in the former case by a knowledge of the excellence of the teams, and in the latter by the recognition that much depended on the result of the game. Opinions expressed appeared to favour the chances of the yellow and black, but anticipations were falsified by the result. A large crowd of onlookers were present, and the bright sunshine of the afternoon made the watching of a spirited game a great delight. Right from the first bounce go and vim was the order. of the day, and things became lively, and continued so until the final bell. The game was very fast, and at no time was the task of the umpire an easy one-and on the whole Umpire Geddes carried out his duties satisfact...
FAIRFIELD ANGLERS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
FAIRFIELD ANGLERS CLUB. .The .usual. monthly meeting of the above clib waps held at the Grand View Hotel Fairfield, on Thursday last. Mr. W. L. Le Masurier, president. occupied the chair, and there was a fair attendance. Invitations were received from the Nor thcote and ~allarat clubs. inviting a re. presentative to attend the annual qgeja) gathering of each club. Representatives were appointed. One new member was elected. The president submitted a re port of the social gathering held .bythe Abbotsford club the pervious evening. It' was a most eujoyable evening, and was very largely attended. Mr Milliard spoke in a similar strain. He announced thai R -Vis te'i" had boerod a trophy valued £2 2s for competition amongst members. It was decided that the secre tary write to Mrs Lewis, thanking her for the gift. .Mr Ashman also spoke ap preciatively of the social evening at Abbotsford.. A painting of the popular presidcnu,t depecting him in the days of his youth as an enthusiastic angler,...
ST JAMES HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
ST J04AMS HARRIERS. -On Saturday last a run was held and the track was laid towards Preston, over the Darebin Creek and skirting through Northcote homewards again through the Grove, very pretty now with the wattle. The hares were F. Alcock and Alan Moore. The plaees in the run-in were won bjy . Davey,? H. Amos, and F. Bryant in that order, R. Coldbeck press ing close behind. To-day's run is from Moonee Ponds, the members and their friends being entertained by the St. Thomas Harriers there. An interesting article will be (ound on page .,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
Dr Basil J. Adam *WUBROOK." IVANHOE. H: ours -li',: .9 tolO a.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. --at, rdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 am. :: Vaination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m, Visit FAIRFIELD daily 11 a.m. (Sun. days elxcepted. Messages may be left at MI McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, 8tation? street. DR::: H. KIRWAN KING SHEIDELBERG. May be Consulted Daily, 9 to 11 a.m Visits : Eltham--Mondays, 2 p.m. Greensborough-Mondays, 4 p.m; and Thursdays, 1 p.m. Diamond Creek-Thursdays (Oddfellows Ball), ,.30 pm. ) . ROLLABO r OF HEIDELBERG &lt; - . a.x, Tuesday" , 12 noon. GauuaeonuOvea; Tuesdays, .20 p.m Dismoad Caia,. Fridays, 3 p.m. *:·: ?Private Hospital "*Ik ORA." BHEIDEBLBBEGROAD, IVANHOE-clos station. Patlenate sooommodated beforo and after aeoou:tement. Every comfort and skilled attention " PIS-Two all a ball Oulaneas. Visiting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certifcatead.) PRIVATE Nursing Home. (Registered). " BILISTRIA," Corner YAMRRA and Hawoos STREETS, HEIDELBERG. (Near Station). Patients received p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
Miss Parker, - COSTUMIERE, XTISHES to intimate to the Residents V ¥ of Ivanhoe and surrounding Dis tricts that she is carrying on business over Mrs Emery's Drapery Establishment in : HEIDELBERG ROAD. IVANHOE And trusts by strict attention' to business to receive liberal patronage. Smirt Costumes, Ev.ning and Wedding Dresses a Speciality. Good Fit Guaranteed. Correspondence attended to. FO1 ALL SIGItT TROUBLES YOu 5sOULD CONsuLT E A SIBLY 95 JOiNSTON STi, SCOLLINOGWOOD ' NAR WLLINGTON STRET * CAMERA5 & P)1OTOGIRAP11C SUPPLIE5 STOCKCD •Housekeepers I Do you know it PAYS YOU to SAVE YOUR FAT!&BONES COLLECTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICT. Highest Prices Given. end Poet Card to E. B. Roth, ,TrMPLESTOW . BOILING DOWN woI';;~ g s.a~· ROBERT DICK, House Decorator, Importer of Window Glaess, Paper hangings, and all Painters' equisitesl DEGS to intimate that The has Moved J his Business to premises lately od~~c pied by Mr Eade HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE. Phone, Heidelberg 82.: ...
MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
MARRIAGE. DALEY--M'OLURE.-On the 8th July, at MIethodist Church, St. Kilda, by Rev, D. Daley and J. Nail, Harold T., eldest f son of Rev D. and Mrs Daley ,Warragul. and May E,, second daughter of Ir and MIrs H. B. M'Olure, St. Kilda.
"IS WAR JUSTIFIABLE?'. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
"IS WAR JUSTIFIABLE P', The Rev. Alex. Hardie last Sab bath preached from the text,."Be still and know that I am God." He said: MY text suits our present crisis. Never in the lhistory of nations has there been a time like the present, vwhen pations rise against nations. As Christian people, the question must come before us,." Is war justifiable"? So far as I can read the teaching of Christ, a just and necessary war is sometimes a matter of duty. It re mains to inquire what, according to the teaching of the Bible, are just, and necessary wars, i.e., wars that ag pear to be capable e g jusjici.atni'i" by the gendira teaching of Chiistianity,. The following four classes of war are justifiable, according to the opinion of His Honour Judge Bomps:-(1) Swar of self-defence, when a natioii's territories are wrongfully invaded, and the lives or property of. ts m?im bers imerilled.." i)" : tp rescue member9s qf the. qommunity from wrongful oppression or injury, especi ally if such oppression ...
IVANHOE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
IVANHOE MEETING. .On Thursday. evening, 13th instant, Or. Knell addressed a largely attended meeting of electors in the Ivanhoe Hall. Dr. Basil J. Adam, J.P. was voted to the chair, and he introduced the candi date. The candidate was listened to attentively, and at the conclusion he an swered numerous questions relative to the proposed site of the bridge over the Yarra, the bridge over the Darebin Creek, the Chelswoath drain, electric lighting, the main road, the dust nuis ance, and the purchase of the road making plant. Mr. S. B. Rendle pro posed a vote of thanks to the candidate foa his comprehensive address. This was seconded by Mr. J. White and car ried. The meeting concluded with a vote of thanks to the chairman.
A.N.A. MOCK BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
A.N.A. MOCK BANQUET. The Heidelberg and Ivanhoe branch of the A.N.A., held its fortnightly meeting in the Ivanhoe Hall, on Tuesday evening, 4th inst., and pBF sident S. B. Rendle presided over a large number of members. On ac count of the resignatiori of Mr. R. Ball, Mr. P. J. Lester was elected un opposed to the vacant position on the Metropolitan Committee. At the con clusioni o'f'general business, the jtem on the syllabus, a mock banquet, was successfilly and enjoyably carried out, and irhembers spenit ai interest ing evening. The following is a list of the toasts honoured, and the members proposing and the res?xpdi ing to same:-" The King," Mr. Rendle; "Federa! and State Par laiments," J, F, Holt, W, R, Bar stow; "Heidelberg Council," E, C, Berkley, R. G. Ball; ".A.N.A.," P. J. Lester, S. B. Rendle; "Press," I. Coglan, E. Berkley. During the even ing feeling reference was made by several genitlemen to the serious posi-. tion of international affairs, iand the hope expressed that...
THE WAR. WHAT OUR DISTRICT IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
THE WAR. WHAT OUR DISTRICT IS DOING. The people of this district are deter mined to do their best in connection with raising funds and doing what they can to assist. On Wednesday, 19th instant, a meet ing, convened by Mrs. R. G. Ball, wife of the president of the Heidelberg Shire Council, will be held in the Ivan hoe Hall. The meeting is to consider the question of providing clothing for the men who have volunteered for the front. In connection with the above meeting, ing, we have been asked to insert the following: "The Ladies Guild of St Johns Church of England, HIeidelberg, has decided to suspend ordinary needle work for the present, and to sew for the troops going on active service. The members will work as a guild or as citizens, as the meeting called by Mrs, Ball may decide. The men of the dis trict are organising for first aid and stretcher work, under St Johns Ambu lance Brigade. They will be glad to learn all particulars from the secretary of the movement." The Church of En...
MR E. A. KNELL AT ALPHINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
IMR E. A. KNELL AT ALPHINGTON Cr. E. A. Knell, who is contesting the Ivanhoe Riding of the Heidelberg Shire, addressed the ratepayers in the Alphington Hall, Alphington, on Wednesday evening last. There was a very fair attendance considering the unsettled state of the public mind, and the candidate received a good hear ing. Mr. W. A. Brookes was voted to the chair, and in introducing the can didate he said that Cr. Knell had had 12 months' experience at the Council _.-table. Cr. Knell. was -now before the ratepayers to give'an account of his stewardship. He was also there to outline his policy during the life of the Council now to be elected. Just now, it was important . that rate payers slhould seriously consider the merits of the rival candidates, as there were most important: works to be undertaken, and it was proposed to spend £20,000 upon those works. Rate payers are asked to choose between a man with 12 months' experience as their representative, and one. who has had no mupici...
SHIRE ELECTIONS. CONTESTS IN TWO RIDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
SHIRE 1ELECTIONS. i CONTESTS IN TWO RIDINGS. S Nominations closed on Thursday, 13th instant for candidates to contest the Heidelberg shire elections. In the Fair field riding Cr J. H. Stone has had a walk over, and so has A. H. Price for (Greensborongh. For Ivanhoe Cr. Knell has an opponent in Mr S. F. Bryant. Cr Fluck is]being opposed for Heidelberg by Mr. D. G. S;obie. On Monday night next Mr Bryant will address the electors in the old * Church of England School room, Ivan hoe, whilst Cr Fluck willpspeak at the .Old England Hall, Heidelberg, on Wed nesday, 10th instant. Both meetings start at 8 p.m.
Heidelberg District Cricket Asssociation. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
Heidelberg District Cricket Asssoiation. 'The first annual meeting of the above sssociation was held at the S;r Henry Barkly hall on Thursday, 6th Angu.t. Mr W. Ladner occupied the chair, Delegates were present from Heidolberg, Ivanhoe, Alphing ton, Templestowe, Greensborough, and Diamond Creek clubs. The election of officerbearers resulted as follows :-President, Mr J. May; vice-presidents, Crs Rartk, A. H. Price, and F. McNamara, Messrs G. Whitcher, Carruthers, Alston, and J. Smith; secre ary and treasurer, Mr W. Bond. Permit committees, Messrs W. Ladner, H. Burrows, J. Hodgson, J, Sheahan, E. Lawrey, H. Elliott, and secretary. Auditor, Mr R. Sealy. A list of rules were drawn up and adopted. It was resolved to make the draw for matches immedi ately a reply had been r-ceived from the Fairfield club.
METHODIST CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
METHODIST CELEBRATIONS. A concert was held in the Methodist neow school hall on August 8th, to it augurate the celebration of the estab lishment of the Church in Ivanhoe. The attendane? ,as" Jirge, and a capital programme was carried out. Mir. J. Jenkin announced the items. As a mark of the stirring times through which we are passing, proceedings opened and closed with the National Anthem. The first item was a pianofore solo, "Polon aise," rendered in capital style by Mrs. Wenzel. The Male Quartette Darty '~erenedgrs" filled the breach caused bj t~~j'hakoidable absence of the Ivan hoe Quatette Pairty;. 'They acquitted themselves creditably. Mr. Graham is deserving of thanks for having secured their services. Mrs. N. Moore ren dered a patriotic song in a manner that aroused the enthusiasm of the audience. Mr. Ed. Fairhurst Derbyshire, an Eng lish baritone, rendered "The Trumpeter" and Mr. Frank Pizzey followed. He was in his usual good form in his monologues, "How we saved the barge,...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
PITH AND POINT. The anniversary services in connec tion with St. Paul's Church of E'ngland, Fairfield, will be held on Sunday next 16th August. Services will be held in the morning, afternoon and evening. On ~onudayv, August 17th, Mr. G. Sweetland, .f the~'"Age,, will deliver a lecture, entitled, '"Ho a g~rea'flows. paper is produced." The usual monthly meeting of the Ivanhoe Horticultural Society will be held on Monday nexi in the 'Rechabite Hall, Ivanhoe, at 8' p.m. Suljject for discussion, "Fruit Culture." ' The Strollers will give aconcert in the Ivrnhoe Hall, Ivanhoe, on August 29th On the top right-hand corner of page 3Sof this paper. is an announcement of supreme interest to you, as a seeker afteir big bargain. We refer, of course, to Hattam's ad. Look it up and see for yourself the values offering.* When a big fim likie iattam!s desire room for new spring goods, there is generally a huge casting-out of stocks to make room. This is the case just now with Hattam's. They advert...
HEIDELBERG CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 15 August 1914
HEIDELBERG CRICKET- CLUB The 56th andual meeting of the above club was h.ld at the Sir Henry Barkly hotel on Saturday last. Mr J. May occupied the chair. There wasa fair atten.ance of'mem bers. The balance-sheet showed a credit balance of £c1 12s 8d. Last season the-club played 15 matches, seven being won, four lost and tour drawn'. Mr W. Bond won both batting arind bowling averages. Mr A, Cooper being awarded Mr Lava tor's trophy fdr most improved player, The eleetion of office-bearers result ed as follows:--President, Mr J. May; vice-presid nt, Cr Rank and Messis J. Dawson R. Sealy, J. Irvine, and E. T'. Apps i'patrons, Revs Weir and Parker, Messrs G, T Lavator. G. Lyon, A. Jones and Captain Ems .lie; Captain, Mr W. Bond; vice captain, Mr A. Johnston; secretary, Mr W. Bond: Mr H. Hart; trea surer; general committee, Messrs Shearn, Srmytl, Dean and L May; ground commit.tee, Messrs II. Hart, H. Shearn, F. Crapper and secretary; selection committee, captaiu, vice paptain, and assista...