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TEMPLESTOWE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
TEMPLESTOWE MATCHES. Prior to last Saturday's matches, thle Templestowe A team, entered in the " Reporte-" District Compe tition, was second on the premier ship list, with 13 points, and only one point below the leaders, Surrey Hills, having won five matches, and lost one. Canterbury is next with three wins. In the B section, Tem plestowc is on the top unchallenged, being undefeated in the six games played. 70On Saturday last thle competition was resumed, two days' matches be ing commenced by Templestowe A with Surrey Hills, and the B team against Doncaster East. The Iv;anhoe Methodist and St. Mark's (Fitzroy) clubs met on Satur day last, when the former lost by 69 runs. St. IMlark's made i I4, and Ivanh6e only responded with 45, W. Ball 17 (not out), and F. Issell 8.
FAIRFIELD SWIMMING CLUB. MATCHES WITH Y.M.C.A. LOCALS' EASY VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
FAIRFIELD SWIMMING CLUB. MATCHES WITH Y.i.C.A. LOCALS' EASY VICTORY. Last Saturday afternoon the swim ming season was ushered in by the Fairfield Club with a series of matches against the Y.M.C.A. repre sentatives,' at the former's most adaptable site on the Yarra below the lFairfield recreation reserve. What a great asset the district possesses in that bathing basin, compared with what the more thickly-populated sub urbs of the metropolis have at their disposal, was- clearly in evidence .as the outcome of a visit to the rendez vous on thalt occasion. Juveniles of almost every age and size could be seen p)addling about in the delight fully fresh water, clear as crystal, and in marked contrast to the at times mirky liquid which has to be availed of in most of the public baths around- Melbourne. It is little won der that so many take advantage of every opportunity to indulge in sea bathing. On Saturday. one feature was very noticeable, viz., the number of small boys who had been enrol...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
PITH AND POINT. Open-air charity entertainment next Monday evening in the Austin Hospital grounds, Heidelberg. Heidelberg Shire Council will hold its ordinary monthly meeting on Tuesday evening next, at 7 o'clock. Messrs E. and H. Frost, the well; known grocers, of Ivanhoe and Heidel berg respectively, will sail-from Mel bourne to-day (Saturday) on a trip to thile Old Country. At Hattam and Hattam's summer sale.-250 ladies' trimmed hats, suitable for holiday wear, very smart and eflfec tive styles, some worth 8/11 to 12/6 each. All to go. Sale price, 4/11." The Heidelberg Sports Club, through the secretary, Mr Robt. Sealy, has re ceived donations towards the annual carnival of 10/6 each from Mr J. G. Membrey, M.L.A., and Mr G. S. Matt hews. Ivanhoe Horticultural Society meets on Monday evening next in the Recha bite Hall, Heidelberg.road, Ivauhoe. The society's annual autumn show has been fixed for tl:18t·h April, and a garde&i competition will take place at the end of March...
ALPHINGTON MUTUALS' FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
ALPHI-NGTON MUTUALS' FIX _ TURES. J inuanry 10 and 17-Mission Club, Jn. 2?4--T'he Erratics. Jan. 31 and Feb. 7-Langwill Bros. aid Davies. i-ob. 14-Limmerick. I Felj. 21 and 28--Trinity Ramblers. iIarchl 7 and 14-Richmond Mascotte. M:~i~ cih 21 and 28-Ivanlhoe 2nd eleven (at Ivanhoe.) You ean, vith a good grace, ask for insertion oft a report of a pubWi eyeit, when the Newspgaoer ?a MOe the Prisiting. T.o -i?any folk act t'other w?y.g?ie th :-dtEgi? feio's the priit iug, anid ask 'th.e paper: man to spesd nmoney writig gaind publishing a report. -Exchange ' Sale Price, -b8d yard-Summer dress pqatgrials in co orod cords, also English • rusobe' .ill- s ades, white- and colored crepe cloth, als& Shantungs in all colors, striped and& plaih Poplins, all shades, some worth 1/11 'ard, at Hattam and Hlattam's summer sale now on in High street, Northcote,: *Mr G. F. Harris, butcher, of Fairfield, intimates elsewhere to the public of Ivanhoe and surrounding district that in res...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
Robson & Downier ifouse, Land, & Insurance Agents, S Corner Gillies Street nd n.il ay Place . i (Opposite Railway Station) FAIRFIILD. -. t r bcote. .i Lar: rge i?ismousea for ~sa. Small Deposit. Rent Termus. Building A!lotments For Sale Cr ' .·r . Terms. Au"-' ti"uon Sales conducted in anylpart of t - "THE NEWS" AGENCIES. THIE NEWS Cai 1e obtained from :iny of the fol - lowing authorised agents: HEIDELBE?RG.-Mr. G. Sheffield. -IVANHIOE.-Messrs. 3. Eades & Co. FAIRFIELD.-Mrs. F. C. Stevens. ALPHINGTON.-Mr. F. Grenness. GREENSBOROUGH.--Mr. Starling. DIAMOND CREEK.-.Messrs. Paul & James. ELTHAM.-Mr. W. B. Andrew. T?MPLESTOWE,-Mr. J. R. Hunter. HATTTAMS Saturday, oth Jan. AndCntinues throughout Month. All our Surplus Summer Stock must be cleared. - . · · ` . LADIES--Don't Miss these Big Money-Saving Oppor tunities in alL departments. You will save several shillings Ih every pound at our sale, SHigh Street, Northoote. Stott & Bastings H, E. BASTING...
A SHORT STORY. (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
A SHORT STORY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. By ROSETTA GRACE SPEAR- ING. Author of "A Woman's Crimes," "Clarissa's Revenge," "My Dead- &nbsp; ly Foe," &c. PART II. As Carsina Franscome passed up &nbsp; and down the lawn fronting the drawing-room at Woodbine Cot- tage, her thoughts went back to the almost eventless period that had gone by since Edgar Huntington had found her. How indescribably happy she had been during those brief days of &nbsp; peaceful quiet and contentment such days, it seemed, as could never again be hers to.enjoy. She knew that it must all end very soon, and yet how she dreaded the day. A few mornings later, Edgar had occasion to go to a village some fifteen miles away, and Mrs. Hun- tington and Carsina were left sitting together in the prettily furnished drawing-room that looked out upon the lawn. rheir"chailrs were drawn cl...
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' SUC- CESSES. At the annual December examination in connection with the Melbourne Uni- versity, Mr Walter Alan Leckie, son of Mr W. Leckie, stationmaster, of Ivanhoe, who is a pupil of Ormond College, was remarkably successful. In the results, just published, he placed to his credit with flying colors passes in the follow ing subjects, with honors :-Third year electrical engineering; second and third year engineering, second class; third year engineering, second class; third year engineering, first class (only success ful candidate). Walter was also equal with another student for the Wright prize in Part II. mechanical engineering, third year, with engineering design and drawing, and won first class honors and an exhibition in third year electrical engi- neering.--At the same exam.,- Mr Perci- val B. Nye, of Fairfield, likewise passed in the subjoined tests :-Third year mining engineering; geology and miner- ology, Part I., second class; second and third year eng...
WEDDING BELLS. McNEILL—McEVOY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
WEDDING BELLS.. - McNEILL-McEVOY. A very pretty weddiug was cele brated on I~h Januiary at "Warrin gal," Plentyroad, Heidelberg, the Sresidence of the bride's uncle, Mr A. S. Kenyon, when Miss Lilliani A., only daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Mc Evoy, of Richmond, was married to Mr Archibald W. McNeill, of San Remo, The ceremony was perform ed by Rev Hugh Kelly, M.A. The bride wore her travelling dress-a smart white silk coat and skirt, white crepe de chine hat, with os trich plumes, and carried a bouquet of white carnations and heath. The biidesmaid was Miss Justine Kein yon, wvho was attirerd iz a dainty frock of white silk and lace, white silk and ace hat, also carrying a bouquet of red carnations. Mr Colin Morrison acted in the capacity of best man. Over 70 guests were present, and the wedding bxeakfast was served in a large marquee. After the health of the biide and bridegroom had been honored, the happy couple left ' for Geelong and Warmambool, where the ho,?eyrmoon is being spent. ...
MAIN HEIDELBERG ROAD. LOWER ROAD CHOSEN BY THE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
MAI\N HEIDELBERG ROAD, LOWER ROAD CHOSEN BY TIHE BOARD. The President (Cr. B-all) reported that the Main Roads' Board had agreed --to call for tenders for re setting the main road from the Dare bin Creek bridge to the Merri Creek bridge, aid thile Board would pay half the cost for tlie uwe of the Council's plant an~d steam roller. It was in tended to re-metal the main road, and tar the surface, The eungineer had to wait on the Board with the plan and they expected very shortly to call for. tlenders for the work. Cr. Bull also. rel0rted thi t iin company witle the enii-nee;, tliey hadwaitfed 6n the Bo :id fo alte: thlle determination, ai?d rloclain the timdin road to lIei delberalonr ao ver?\ the:e ri~way bridge 'tA :Iin:lhoc: tln: ough Stuidlley road to the Shirnt e all, 'addoiiw? w Burg'ndy Stheet. P;l e)iipointed .out fhat there was o ot e tilie onthit otiute, also tha t :t i oi oe? opd: eirt:)l,d apd askedl thle Hoird ?'oeii. i its decision. In rey the membtli obf the Board state...
WANDERING STOCK NUISANCE. RANGER'S SUPERVISION QUESTIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
NVNERING ~sTOCK NUJSANCE RANGER'S SUPEPYISON Q S TIONED .o&lt; ?.(::: ;: :.i ; ···. !:: ::.·. ····:] ?':+. ! .i:! commeindatioin of:: thio?;-Legslaiv e Coimmittee thot the ranger' sperice~ cdispiensed ii ithi; i id th'tt 'ippli'id tionbeiii i?ited o: i the ji(oiiit, ioiio:f: stpifiesc d n. Stone)siedisit a z'af ita ,o.f thCr.oltheou Iiasked ea:t '1J 's all eseoiii.s d ei ftlli cd oema;5:l;, ih took oethe Paem o t forined this omincii!ins e b lit fo coai~ b it thre 1~ge9 yei']ico5 l41 oisie d wiue th. ad th e ll""sbfio?lea.n? to thmc-' tad -wa tutaly-foew 'to. Si te st?!: iitk : k!i ieuo entIre un:ili co'h?.:Toiieh ::'vi', :-~;','ah'it I)?'d$ - f'.?f i:d@:.fi?: ,no wel,?OClr:;: ?i·!i?8::?;iiso?pl d>oj .OrC~;" Prle. I?i ide hs . AS ;: lt.'Oi; o:)i eidel berg these e·mljiii?S"~crm.;." ?mel?:;Ddrni the last oil-.s e ":..?,?i·; ]· gi bout aieiet le' wim?.ii?? eople's hedgces; and an roy- mane )iind. foal had been grazin. 'artoeidc the'raiger's own iplace for lhe past-five -wee...
PROPOSED YARRA BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
PROPOSED YARIRA BB1DGE,. ' .~:-'If IKew Town Council intimatcd ??iit the MIayor and Crs. 1-iscock, Jelis, and" Crouch would attend confeienice -?with the Heidelberg Council to di's cuss a bridge across the RiveiYiart: to connect Kew with vn;ihoe. Tie President: (Cr. ;Ball) o rte'd °!:llh?;V ck-Rank, tbek'Wecit uy sengmneer and. himself liad weit 'dowin to the" cd;uerene, aind met tlhe e'-i e un.ii - cllors. They arrafig'en.iiobfer-: ence t]~t the two engminers, did:iin inu!ependent enioieer Coloiel ?Mond ash, ieiront Oi tl ie: .itet it ?iuabli init estui'mates. I-, C. "B'ad u! estoil odt thiit the I.e~y C lin ha-gri fie-, wa~rsseco de-y 'to .
SANITARY CONTRACT DETERMINED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
SANITARY CONTRACT' DETER MINED. Consequcht "Upon the numberle s complaints from the ratepayers as to the most unsatisfactory sanitary service whi'ch at pi'esent obtails, aild a certificate of thle engineer certify ing to numerous breaches of the con tract, the Council went inito commit tee to discuss the whole question. A report was submitted by Senior-Con stable Mloylan, inspector of unuisan ces, that he had inspected the sani tary depot at MIont Park, and found the contractor was not ploughing quite deep enough, but during the past three days the ground had been plougbed six inches deep, and every thing is well covered, and no nuis ance is arising therefrom.--On re suming a resolution passed in com mittee, was adolpted, viz., hflint the contract oenitored into with the sanitary coritractor; -W. B3eindtn, be rescin deid iinmedittel3y, niid that the Couiin ci mlik; mte ri'hngime ntsc to caii'r1 on the service itself. It is uinderito&lt;di that the en'ineef aidirilliiigi inem...
IVANHOE STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
IVANHOE STATE SCHOOL COM. MITTEE. The January meeting of the above committee was held at the residence of Mr G. S. Maggs on the 12th inst., Mr W. R. Ball being in the chair.. The correspondent, Mr E. Walis, reported that the return gates at front and rear of school had been completed. This will prevent wandering cattle from entering the grounds, and damaging the ornamen tal trees and shrubs. Mr S. B. Rendle having donated a framed picture to the school for improvement in school gar den, it was decided to have same pre sented on first Friday in February. It was reported that matters were well in hand in connection with the annual school picnic to be held at Back Beach, Williamstown, on Saturday, 7th Febru ary. Given a fine day, there should be a large attendance of both children and parents, as the place is an ideal picnic resort, comprising as it does a splendid clean beach, municipal parks and gar dens, baths, and is in close proximity to the railway station. In another column will...
TEMPLESTOWE BUSH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
TEMPLESTOWE BUSH FIRE. .'?? largest grass firc that is known .to? ,ivie occurred in the Templestowe dis trict broke out on Sunday last, when the flames swept over a large area of coun try, devastating everything in its route, the whole countryside being ablaze. Residents of the locality assembled from all directions, and fought the fire with vigor, but notwithstanding the combined efforts put forth, considerable damage was done to many properties. Details of the losses sustained by the various landowners are not to hand, but IMessrs Gil. and Geo. Smith both had large areas of grass demolished. Quite a number of outbreaks have had- to be reckoned with between Eltham and Templestowe dur ing the past few weeks. Mr John Fitz simons, of Templestowe, elsewhere ex toends his thanks to the large number of helpers who prevented Sunday's conflag ration from endangering his property.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
--- · - .--;- - -· Shirts that are Serviceable Hats that are Smart You'll Find them at Wardrop's When a Man buys Sh'irts or a fat, he generally looks for something smart and serviceable, that will fit perfectly alnd wear well. HIe doesn't alvay, get them -but that's not our fault; we can't stop him going elsewhere. Choosing from our splendid selection means sahtisfaction every time. We have all the latest styles, and of course we have built up our business on good quality. Come and inspect them before buying for the holidays--You'll be pleased with our easy prices. WARDROP, Tailor of Quality, Oorner Smith and J~ohnston Streets, COLLI GWOOD. FOR SALE.-Gent's Bic cle, in good ! repair.-Apply R, HUDSPETH, Elp hin-street, Fairy Hills, Ivanhoe. FOR SALE.-20 Loads Manure. GITTINS, Gordoni-street, Fairfield, Phone, Northcote 518. IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON PROGRESS SOCIETY. THE Monthly Meeting of the above Society will be held on TUESDAY Next, 27th January, at 8 p.m., in the Alph ington Ball. ...