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Sport and Patriotism. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1917
Sport and Patriotism. In consequncnre of some correspon deunce that has appeared in the NFWs with reference to bowlers and ttheir atti tude towards patriotic institutions, thlie lon. J. G. Meemnbrey stated at tihe Sol diers' and Sailors' Welfare League'ftuic tion in Fairfield, that he: beliceved :if revery man ha ring some legitimate anuse? meut, but that they shouldu : find ti me to:: do something towards winimng thew:wlr.· Mr 1'. Knight, the. seeietary of theli league, said that ias ftri as tlie. Fairfield bowlers Were conceined, he did not think t;here was one member.iwiholio d not r i lati-e at the frout, aidi. he- hid nuever apipealed to a bowler I withouti gettiig 'iS sistance.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1917
0Dii CEDRIC ROCHE - WURiOOK." IVANHOE. HGars : 9. to 10 a.m., 1 to 2.30 p.m., 6 to 7.30 p.m. . Satv.rdays and Cundays, 9 to 10 a.m, Vaccinatton-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m. Visits FAIRFIELD daily 11 a.m. (Sundays excepted). Messages may be left at Mr. McGregor's. next to Mr. Marsh's, Station-street. D> "·H L La~ u )E O. HEIDELBERG, IISITS Eltham-Tueldays, 12 noon: Greenasborough-Tuesdays, 2.50 p.me Diamend Creek--Frldays, 3 p.m.. DR. WM. LOWE 1BHES to intimate to the residents f Heidelberg and district that he has taken over Dr. King's practice, and is now pre pared for morning and evening consulta tions at his residence (formerly occupied by / Dr. King). Srivate Hospital (Reg~istered). 5' KIA ORA,"' HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANHOE-Close Station. Patients accommodated before and after acouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention. Fees- Mloderate. - Visiting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certihcated), Henderson & Ball (Thomas Heanderson-Robert G. Ball). SOLICITORS & CONVEYA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1917
(Tye & Co. Prop. Ltd., 237-239 mith Street FITZROY. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, Manufacturers and Importers of Bedroom, Suites Sewing Machines Dining Room Suites, Crockery Sideboards Glassware Bedsteads Lace Curtains Wire Mattresses Hall Curtains Bedding Table Covers Carpets Blankets Rugs Quilts Linoleum, Prophophones and every description of Furniture aud Furnishing Drapery. Y[ & Co., 237-239 Smith St., Fitzroy. H. TARRANT Parcels Expresk & General Carrier, Parcels Collected to and from all Suburbs Daily by HEAD OFFICE, most reliable men. Passengers' Luggage by Intercolonial or Mail Boats 341 COLLINS STREET receive special attention. (Next Commercial Bank) A TRIAL SOLIOITED. Telephone 1561 bY success depends on your recommendation. ESTIMATES FREELY GIVEN. Ring up Heidelberg 64 before 10 a,m. (Saturday excepted), and you can bare your goods delivered same day to any suburb. W. G. APPS AND SON ?Yn Xeretaskers HEAD OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE : MOORE-ST., FITZROY. BRAN...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. NEXT ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 March 1917
C~c flc~s. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, MARCH 31. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. N EXT ISSUE:. Friay next. beilig Goodl. riday, Uthi N~E'S will be priuted on Tliursday, aud advertisers aud correspondenhs are re quested to seud their conmmnunications in a day earlier. o1LUNTARY J\VIDJNC)it. At the Heidelberg Court, in wiici a man was charged with dri?ing ou the wrong side of the road, and nearly upset a vehicle driven by a lady, evidenc'e ias given by two young fellows sRaymond Mfatthews and W. J. -Tlobinsonatf Ivan hoe, who saw the incident: Constable Harrison explained that they went to him and explained what-had happened. The Bench congrattlaated the young mcro on their voluntary evidence, and pointed out that if there were more peoplp like them the ends of justice would be: niore easily met.
CONFERENCE at NORTHCOTE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
CONFERENCE at NORTHCOTE In connection with the above a conference was held at Northcote on Wednesday week. The following delegates attended from Heidelberg shire:-Crs. Coate, Ball, Messrs Wallis, Robinson, Ball, Bouch, and Reynolds There were also twelve other delegates. Mr T. Werrey, president of the N.D SC Association. presided, Mr Wallis said the area was ¼ acres, which the Minister said was not enough. As a representative from Ivanhoe, Mr Wallis contended that it had to be that site or noth ing. Or Coate (Fairfield) said the site was settled as far as they were con cerned. On the motion of Cr. Ball (Ivan hoe), it was decided that the deci sion previously arrived at re the site be confirmed. Mr Wailis pointed out that the meeting that evening was the result of a discussion at the Prcogress As sociation conference at Ivanhoe Mr Robinson advocated an appeal to the public for funds. He con sidered technical education a neces sity in order to compete with other nations. Cr Coate sugg...
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. IMPORTANT TO THIS SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
TECHNICAL1 SCHOOLS. IMPORTANT TO THIS SHIRE. Last week the Minister of Educa tion inspected the land offered by the Northcote council as a gift to the Education Department as a site for a technical school for the northern districts. The site, which has a frontage of 178 feet to High-street by a depth of 286 feet back along Robert-street is within a few minutes of the Merri station on the Northcote-Preston Whittlesea line on the one side. and Wesgarth station on the Fairfield Heidelberg-Hurstbridge line on the other. On account of its situation it has been selected by the representa tives of the school committees of Northcote, Preston and Heidelberg schools as the most suitable that could be chosen. Mr Wallis, representing the Nor thern District State School Commit. tees' Association, said it was the feel ing of the need for a technical school that had brought the association in toexistence. A lot of their children who had tried to get in at Colling wood school had found the doors cl...
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSO CIATION. rThe iilonthly meeting was held on Tuesday evening, Mr. O. Shcrriff pre siding overa 'a all' mceting. : : REQJUESTS GRI?N ?ED.. SA letter 'was iead from.n the shire council stating that .t:he ]ecqtuest had :*been granted for tihe itumbers of houses to be placed next.to nanmes on the municipal roll whdre possible,, and that the roll will be available for in 'spection at several places jinthe even WEIGHBRIDGE." The question of the revenue from the weighbridge was broughlt: up, and Cr. Coate poiited boiut tlhat' a tiial was. ibeing given under the present method, and when ?eeiders were called for it they would klow what it was worth. ;' TURNED DOWN."' Mr. Sherriff -said it was a shame that the council had" turned down" the "deputation wh!icih attended in support of suiggestionsi froni the con ference of tihe Progress Associations. He was glad to know that the tlhree Fairfield ineimbers voted foi' the depu tation to::e' lheard.: Cr Coate( w asked a quest...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
TAI LOR o AND ALWAYS WILL BE "1THE a?h vho appreciates quality I will app4~rciateWardrop Tailoring, for quality is its dominant note I the factor which is always placed first. Not that Wardrop Suits are expensive. On the contrary, you'll find the prices distinctly moderate. The splendid range of new season's Suitings now showing at both head quarters and Elizabeth Street, is nu surpassed for quality and beauty of texture and design, If you ceu, call. If not, write for Iptto?rwn' id ieas self-measurement forms _ UARRIED Couple req4ire comfortable board and residence, or (qmished rooms with partial board (~oi children). Locality, betwoox Yestgarth and Ivanhoe (inluqive). Apply ' Permanent," care of NIqws Office, Ivanhoe. .°. S? ISTINTIONO ia a Suit is as im D portant to the well-dressed man as itdividuslity and faultless . workmanship. These qualities are assured by orderiug your new Suit here. We haverea a Beautiful Ra,#g r S of W4llens i q,~ oewi es Cqleitpas. Patterns and P siigo. ...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THOSE HORSES AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THOSE HORSES AGAIN. Sir,-As we are taught to economise in all things, under the stress .. present conditions o0 life so as to he able to give LIettor. support to our soldiers and sailors defending our homes, and rightly so, there should he as little waste as pos sible, and I wish to draw our local coun cil's attention to the following :-In Al. phington the footpaths are being repair. ed, top-dressed with tar and other mate rial, and the ratepayers greatly appreci ate the improvement, but to their disgust this work is no sooner completed than herds of horses are to be seen roaming at large over the improvement, damag g .rnd tearing it up; this is haing every day, including BandgXs.' "f al so only a qaesiiqo tii~e'foi these roamig? atsum.s tp cause a serious acci d4i"E Heidelberg-road, more partiou larly at night time, Sir, the council shouldtake steps to prevent this palp able waste of labor and material -Yours, &e., " STOP WASTE.
STAINER'S CRUCIFIXION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
STAINER'S CRUCIFIXION. The Ivanhoe Methodist choir rendered Stainer's "Crucifixion" on Thursday last. The principal parts were allotted to Mr A. Graham (tenor) and Mr Fraser (bass, of St. Kilda), the latter gentleman having very kindly filled the part origi nally intended for Mr Edwin Grainger, of this district, but who was unfortu nately detained on business in New Zea land. Mr Fraser's masterful interpre tation not only proved his ability to han dle the work, but gave him ample scope to displaty his vocal powers. Mr Gra ham rendered the tenor solo work in a very sympathetic and charming manner, delighting his hearers. The quartette, "God so loved the world," was very tastsfully sung by Mrs Moore, Miss M. Scott, and Messrs Fraser and Graham, and the choir generally may be compli mented on the very able and sympathetic manner with which the choruses and hymns were treated, th"' nttack and sustenance of the tiu . .. . .hout, as well as the undertaking of such work (of which, unfortun...
Scots Church, Heidelberg. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
Scots Church, Heidelberg. The annual congregational meeting and social of the above church were held on 20th March. Although the evening was very unfavourable, yet bjetween:o 50 and 60o met in the School Haill TIihe Rev, ;Alex. :Hardie presided, anld -openled the metin?,ig w ith :'praer. Th.e session:report iWvas submitted by thd' session: clerk,l Mr. john- Asidcer son. Durilng the year 1L .had joined the miembership of tiie: church. The membershiip now stands: at-Heidel berg 134, Temiplestowe- 22. A iew cchuiich has been built and opeined at Greensborough, and pro mises to' meet theispiritiual wants of the district between Greensborough and Eltlham. During the yeair two handsome oak chairs were presented to the session by Miss Kerr's Bible Class, and Mr. Culliford presented one to the minis ter. Two boards for the Honour IRoll were presented, one by Mr. D. Tovey and the other by Mr. E. Wool cock. There are 48 names'on the Honour Roll. The minister apolo gised for the absence of the...
WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. The monthly committee meeting of the A.WJV.N.L. was held at Ivanhoe on Mlarch 28. In the absence of the president (Mrs D. H. Maling, who is in B3endigo) Mrs H. Burrell presided. After the hen. secretary (Mrs P. Robertson) had read the correspondence, and the hen. treas urer (Miss Morley) had read the finan cial statement, it was decided to send £5 to Central as a birthday gift. It was thirteen years on March 4 since the league started. The delegate to Central reported that £100had been given to the Sailors' Day, and that every transport has £150 worth of milk on board from the A.W.N.L. milk fund. The hen. secretary reported attending the Bourke electorate committee meetings, and that the representatives of the different leagues present had unanimously agreed to sup port Cr. Arthur May as a National can didate for Bourkc. The committee en dorsed the action of the delegate, and all agreed to do their best to ensure his re turn. It was decided to have a public ...
Fairfield Theatre Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
Fairfield Theatre Pictures. '-4-- "The Bulls and Bears of New y.rk, or Friday l'.t" wil e" t]e`star drama to-day, ',~i wch Robert Warwick ap pear~ as. one. o~ the screen's most emin ent dramatic artists. The story concerns Tudge Lee Sands, who has become bank rupt because of a false tip on the mar ket. Then follows secret intrigues, love making, feuds and marriage. The third series of the "Crimson Stain Mystery" will also be shown. On Wednesday next a 5-part drama, "From Broadway to the Throne," and the tenth series of "Peg of the Ring" will be included in the programme. :
BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
BOY SCOUTS. The First Ivanhoe Troop met at the troop room on Saturday, under Scout master Biggs. After saluting the Flag, the troop marched to the river, where they were visited by the First Northcote City Troop, and.two members of the First Collingwood troop, and a pleasant afternoon was spent boating and swim ming. In the evening Scoutmasters Wil son and Holmes took charge, and the troops marched to the Ivanhoe Rechabite Kall, where, by invitation of the Recha bite Junior Tent, they attended their fortnightly meeting. A special feature of the evening was a moving picture dis play given by Bro. J. Johnston, D.S.J.T. In the course of the evening B3ro. John ston addressed the scquts on disCipline, and the e-ils of cigarette suoki g. Af: tarwards the troops marched to the [van: hoe railway station, where they .werp .dismissed.: : I · ..
Heidelberg District Patriotic League. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
Heidelberg District Patriotic League. The monthly committee meeting was held at the Ivanhoe Hall on Thursday afternoon, 29th March, the president, Mrs. H. Burrell, in the chair. The lion. secretary, Mrs. J. A. King, read minutes and apologies from several members, 'including Mrs. D. H. Maling, co-delegate on Home Hospitals Committee. Mrs. King gave report of meetings at Federal Government House 're work at MacLeod. Mrs. Wright reported on evening at Strathallan for Heidelberg, and Mrs. Brockwell and Mrs. Knell on the Ivanhoe evening. Miss Tyler, the hon. treasurer, re ported receipts for month:-House to.house collections in Heidelberg, 12/6/3; Ivanhoe, £11/5/8;. per Miss Smith, 12/-; donation Mrs. Ford, 10/-; Alphington, £3/5/9; Fairfield, £/6110/1; donation from Fairfield, :2/4/-; sale of wool. 3/-; donation from Electric Co., £5; total. £52/16/9. Expenditure for wool, flannel and .shirting, £83/0/11. . ... .- ' Correspondence.-Replies were re ceived from president of the shire tha...
HOARDING BY-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
HOARDING BY-LAWT'S. ::J. J. Levingstone, bill poster, of Mel bourne, -wvas receltly .fined · L15 in.the Heidelberg Court for having without prdoper authority attachecd in advertise ni'ent to a hoardidng oii the Rockbeare es tti.te,'-ahihoeAi u alPeal against thls coiivictiboi is p'cnding :in: the Court of G~iierail :Se'ssiio's. Au ?ni'pplication'was o?i :.; dineisduy; ,,niade to the State Fell t6oulrt" on" thu :iart of Levingston: tlihat tlie'b?:l'yi: i e quashed oi the ground o ilk" " t - M t Sd"irle and Mi. Owven ; il'?klo .i( ,;stic?,'?[ l ? ij,: .11.ssr4 .P,,Vey, Wilson ,id" Cohi"i, , ',?, ied tor Le",( .' ~ Iu AJ.i i\~apau M L: i (nr structed by Messrs Fink, Best and Hall) for the shire council. The court, after lengthy argument, held that the by-law was a good and valid one, and the appli cation was dismissed, with costs.
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PRO GRESS ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly meeting of the ore Association was held on Mon ay evening last. There vwas a satis actory attendance of members. Correspondence.--A' letter was re eived from the secretary' of, the.Pro. rss Association Conferedce, con eying the resolutions :carried:-at the ecent Conference. CONFERENCE. - The Presidlent stated tliat he, with wo other delegates, had attetided the onference, and some very useful dis ussion had taken place on matfers gecting the shire generally. The esolutions carried were to have een presented to the Council at its ast meeting, but the Council, on the asting vote of the president, had efused the deputation a hearing. -He ,as quite sure that such actiod would erit the reward it deserved at the sands of the ratepayers. WARRINGAL PLACE. The Chairman was pleased to re ort, although it had not been coti ,cyed ofricially to the Association, hat the Government land in WVar ingal Place facing Banksia-street ad been m...
FAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
FAIRFIELD RIFLE CLUB. A return match was fired against Whybrows' ,team on Saturday at Wil hlamstown, and the competition was most keen. The conditions were 12 men a-side, and eight shots at 300 and 500 yards. At the finish of the 300 yard shoot Fairfield had a lead of.4 points, scoring 385 to Whybrows' 381; then at 500. the scores were Fairfield 400, and Whybrows' 399, thus leaving Fairfield winners by the small margin of 5 points, the total scores being 785 to 780. The prize-takers for Fairfield were as fol lows:-ToplIscore on both ranges, F. C. Robinson, 74 (prize presented by Why brows); second highest on both ranges, H. Grenness, 69; highest on 300 yards, H. Hyslop; highest on 500 yards, A. Ramsden; highest handicap aggregate, J. Whiffin; W. H. Miles was the top scorer for the opposing team with 70.
ALPHINGTON SOLDIER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 April 1917
ATPiLIlYGTQN SOLmIER XILILII. MIr and Mrs 4, Ooalrns, of 41pliingr ton-street, Alphington, havyp rpce ,?0Cd letter from Lieut.,General Blirdjood, conveying the news that their son rri* rate Arthur William Collins, who has been missing since September 3, at the battle of Mouguet Farm, in France, has doubtless been killed min action on the spot, and buried by the Germans. Their only other son, Fred. B. Collins, has been accepted for active service, and goes into camp next week.