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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FIRST IVANHOE TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 October 1914
S PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING ITaLEPHoNE--Heidelberg 67M. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FIRST IVANHOE TROOP. This afternoon, the troop will start their boating for tne summer at IMrs Stevens boat house, Fairy Hills. The troop now owns two good boats, and hopes to be able toget another before the season ends. Captain Jenkins, chief Scout Commissioner for Victoria, has promised.to attend, and so have many of the parents of the scouts. The visitors will be taken up the river, and shown the beauty spots. Afterwards tea will be got ready above the Sand Bank. The troop now musters 40, and there are still vacancies for recruits.
SCOTS' CHURCH, HEIDELBERG. SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 October 1914
SCOTS' CHURCH, HEIDELBERG. SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIVERR SARY. Last Sunday was "Young People's Day" at the Scots' Church, Heidelberg, when the anniversary of the Sabbath School was celebrated by special ser vices. The Rev. W. Arthur Roberts, of Preston, officiated in the morning, taking as the subject of his sermon, "The Constraint of Love," and addressing the young on "Qbedience." Mr W. Wishart, well-known'in Presbyterian households throughout the State as "Uncle Will," conducted the afternoon service, and gave an anecdotal address entitled, "The Arms of Jesus." In the evening the Rev. Alex. Hardie gave two brief ad dresses on "Sin" and "A Candle" respec tively. The former being illustrated by simple experiments, appealed to the eye as well as the ear. The scholars occu pied the choir seats, the accommodation of which was extended, and rebdered special hymns under the conductorship of Mr N. W. Irvin. Misses Truda Rus sell and Ruby Irvjn presided at the pi, ano and organ rcspectively, In ...
CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
O1ICKET NOT1S, In connection with the Heidelberg association the following matches will commence to-day on the ground of the first-named club:-Alphington v Tem plestowe A, Templestowe B v Greens. borough, Ivauhoe v Fairfield, Heidp.!. berg a bye. Heidelberg first eleven, having a bye, will play the Limerick clqbh tnday at Heidelberg. St Paul's, Fairfield, play a match with St George's at Fairfield reserve to-day, To-day Ivanhoe B play a two-days' match with Heidelberg B at Heidelberg, Alphington B play Langwill Bros. and Davis at South Melbourne to~day. They -catch the 2.15 train from Alphington.
ST PAUL'S v ST ANDREWS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
ST PAUL'S v ST ANDREWS. The match between St Paul's, Fair field, and St. Andrew's, Clifton Hill, in the " B" grade, Church of England com. petition, was concluded at Clifton Hill last Saturday and resulted in a win for St Paul's by 10 wickets. $cores St An drew's; first ijniags, 64, second in uings, 46. St Paul's, first innings Baker 4, Johnson 0, Sinclair 6, Cooper 4, Rutherford 25, Lancashire 6, Threl. keld 6, Rasmussen 4, Grogor 4, Bleazby 5, Blakoly not out 2, sundries 9. Total 75. Second Innings-Baker not out 16, Rutherford not out 20. Total 0 for 36. St Paul's bowling-Rutherford 8 for 71, Threlkeld 4 for 20.
IVANHOE v ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
IVANHOe v ALPHINGTON. The match between the second elevens of the above clubs resulted in a win for Ivanhoe by 75 runs. Scores: Ivanhoe Barry 0, Blair 16, F. Bryant 0, Holt 0, Thomson 0, McDonald 12, Coulson 16, Wilson 7, Williams 1, White 0, Mann not out 25, W. Bryant 22, sundries 9. Total 108. Alphington - Lennox 0, McIntosh 9, Hollow 1, Greenass 5, Rey. nolds 0, Lancaster 11, Crick 0, Ches wass 0, McDonald 6, Knight 0, Lee not out 0, Hamilton 0, sundries 1. Total 33.
GREENSBOROUGH B v ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
GREENSBOROUGH B v ELTHAM. After a very enjoyable game, the above match resulted in a win for Greens. borough by 24 runs. Scores: Greens borough-W. Browne 28, T. Weaver 2, S. Quark 3, A. Lyons 10, W. Barrett 28, R. Quark 1, W. White 3, Chapman 0, Jones 3, Griffith 4, Grant 1, sundries 6, total 89. Eltham-Morris 3, Brown 13, Dunstan 8, Watson 9, Pasco 3, Bagall 1, McCall 4, G. Moore 17, Smart 3, Ford 0, Bond 2, sundries I. Total 65.
OTHER MATCHES. ALPHINGTON v STH. MELB. F. C. C. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
OTHER MATCHES. ALPHINGTON v STH. MELB. F. C. C. Alphington A won their first match with three wickets to spare, E. Hughes being top scorer. Hliddlestone bowled well for the visitors. The scores are as follow: STH. MELB. FOOTBALLERS. Total... ... ... -... 180 ALPHINGTON. H. Burrows, caught .. ... 11 E. Hughes, bowled... . 5 A. Hicks, l.b.w. ... ... . 238 G. Pitcher, bowled... ... .. 7 White, boiled ... .. ... 0 Gilding, caught . . ... 11 W. Studley, run out . . 4 G. Hughes, not out ...' .. 15 G. Whitcher, not out ... - .. 4 Sundries ... ... ... . ... 11 . Total... ... ...7for 139 ,.,.. , ?.: • : . .. . - - - .-. .. . . .
ST. JOHN'S R. C. CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
ST. JOHN'S R. 0. .CHURCOH. The hpazaar in connection with the above church yzill ccelude on Tuesday evening, when a special progranmce has been arranged. Really first-class a'tists have been engagedl to provide items this evening. A. concert arid the drawing of the Art Union will take place next Saturday evening. In our next issbe will appear some inter csting facts in connection with the " christening," of Heidelberg. ...A Cse ~~e d Apron Fair will be held in theid Scobs' scliool 1dll3, .e-ieilbCrg, on No vember;21st, afternoo6n anWd reeihg. ?There has never been such a splendid as Sortment of corsets as at present on view at Hattam's. Their showing of the now Am orican Lady Corsets is superb. See the window display* MIay we suggest that, among the many modish models of Ancrican Lady Corsets at Hatttm's, you will discover the one which will give you the perfect foundation for your gown ?* There are American Lady Corset models for all types of figures. There's a model for your parti...
TEMPLESTOWE A. v. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
TEMPLESTOWE A. v. HEIDELBERG. Heidelberg beat Ten4pes~towe A. by a substantial margln n 'th'e fist ihnuigs Th.e ores' ae as follow: HEIDELBERG, First Innings .. ... ... 163 .Second Innings. F. May, o Rasmussen, b Hodgson 11 W. Duxtbn, retired hurt ... ... O L. May, c and b Fitzsimmons ... 12 A. Cooper, not out... ... ... 11 W. Smyth, st Sheehan, b Hodgeon 2 H. Hart, b Hodgsen. 0 R. Butohart, not; out ... . 3 Sundries ... ... ... ... 2 otal ...... . or 4 Bowlinhg :-R-apsuEsen, QO for' i2 pita. sinimmons, 1-for 9; Hodgsoii'3 forli 18. TEMPLESTOWE. ; T. Cashen, b May ... ...... 7 C. Johnston, b Bond ... ... S J. Sheahanl, c Dukto4 b Bond ... 27 E. Sheahan, b Bond ... ... 2 L. Fitzsimons, c Cooper, b iay ... 8 J. Hodgson, st Cooper, b May ... O J.. Riddall, b Johnson ... ... 22 ; J. Mullens, not out . ... 12 J. Cashon, run out... .. . C. Rasmusson, b Johnston 0.... B. Chivers, b iMay ... . Sundries ... ....... ... 16 Total... .. ... ....112 Bowling :-L. May, 4 for ÷50;i:Bondi 3 for 35; ...
Roman Catholic Church, Heidelberg. A SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
Roman Catholic Church, Heidelberg. A SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR. On Thursday, 8th instant, a baz aar was. opened in the Recreation Hall; Heidelberg, b, His Grace, the Most Reverend Dr. Mannix, Roman Catholic Coadjutor Archbishop of Melbourne. A song of welconze to Dr Man nix was sung by the school children. . There were a number of gentle men on the platform to take part in the opening ceremony, and Dr Man nix was introduced by Dr Kenny, and His Grace then. declared the bazaar open. Speeches were also delivered by Mr W J Beckett, M.L.C., Mr D. L O'Brien, and Mr Thomas Davi~. There was a good attendance at the opening, and it was announced that the bazaar would be continued for 12 days. When a "News" man looked in on one or two occasions during the period of activities, it seemed that a brisk business was being done, and when the accounts come to be balanced, there should be a substantial figure on the right side of the ledger. The ladies in charge of the stalls and their assis tants were mos...
FAIRFIELD v. TEMPLESTOWE B. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
FAIRFIELD v. TEMPLESTOWE 3B. The meeting of the above teams ended in favor of Templestowe B by three wic krets and two runs, in a game of small scores. The following are the details: FAIRFIELD: First Innings, Total... •... ...... 54 Second Innings. C. Easey, run out ... . ... 5. A. Mlounsey, c Ohivers, b Sheehani'? 5& I. Cartledge, b Rhoids' .2.' :..' f1' F. Morris, tur otit... ... ... 0 B. Classon, a Mfullirii, b Rhodes...: 4 31. Sheohy, run out. ... ;.. 1 D. Neal, b Sheehan ... ... 15 A. Jenkins, b Sheehan .'. .. W. Phillips, b Fitzsimmons ... 0 W. Neal, not out ... .... ... O Sundries ... ... ... ... O Total.. .......... 31 Bowling:--Chivers, 0 for 3; Cashon, 0 for 2; Sheehan, 4 for 8 : Rhodes. 2 for 18; Fitasimmons, 1 for '0. ' tPLELTOWE I$, First: Innings. Total... ...... .. 31 Second Innings. Cashen, c Jenki?s. b Morris 2: . 26 Renehan, b D: Neal ... ... 1 Rhodes. b Morris ... ....... 1 Sheehan, not out ... ... .. 16 8. Mullens, sen., b Sheehy ... 3 Chivers, b Sheehy ....
Ivanhoe Presbyterian Sunday School. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
Ivanhoo Presbyterian SqU day School. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS. The annual entertainment and dis tribution of prizes in connection with the above school took place on Wednesday - evening last The scholars and their parents and friends came out in such numbers as to completely fill the hall, which presented a very animated appear a'ice. The pastor, the Rev. J. I. James, B.D, occupied the chair, the proceedings opening with a cantata entitled, "Dame Durden's School." Owing to an epidemic of measles prevailing in the district, several who were to have taken part in the cantata were absent, but substitutes very ably filled their places, judg ing by the applause of the audience during its performance. The Superintendent of the school, Mr Walter F. Biggs, submitted the sixth annual report, which shewed that the to tal number of scholars on the roll was 941, average 67, new scholars enrolled 24, left 7, increase 17; teachers and staff 11, average 10. The results of the various examina tions...
GREENSBOROUGH v IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
GREENsI,)ORuUIrC v IVANHOIE. The above match concluded on Satur day, after a most enjoyable and friendly contest, mn a win for Ivanhoe, who ob tained a substantial lead in the first in nings. The losers put together a good score in their second innings, but Ivan hoe played out time. The scores are as follow : IVANHOE. First Innings. A. Fox, c Medhurst, b Thomas' ... 16 W. Ladner, run i'out ... 3... Ashby, h Crichton ... ...... 7 G, Fox. not out . . 54 Graham, b Crichton . 0 Arthur Fox, b Starling ... ... .0 Baird, c Miedhurst, b Ives -.2. 10 SMcKewan, b Starling ... .: : 8 Bennett, b Starling ... .. 2 Aland, h Crichton ... ... ... 9 8kead, c Medhurst, b Elliott-:..;. 8 Sundries ... ..... .. 12 Total ... .... ... 9 - Second Innings. * A. Fox, c, b Starling .... 19 Baird, run.out ... . . 8 :. Fox, c, b Crichton . ... :... ? 9 Ashby, b Thomas ... .... ... 5 Aland, b Thomas ... ...... i...?. 4 Arthur Fox, b Beal ....;:;:: ... 10 BMcKewan, not out... .....::... : 8 . Bennett, not out ......
MEN'S SERVICE AT IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
MEN'S SERVICE AT IVANHOE. The Ivanhoe Church of England Men's Society held their monthly men's service at St. James' Church on Sunday afternoon last. An attendance numbering about forty men was pre sent. The service, which was of the usual informal character, consisting of well-known and well-stdng hymns, in cluded also special prayers regarding the outcome of the war and those en gaged in fighting our battles. The pre sident of the society, the Rev. S. Buckley, M.A., gave the address, his subject being especially appropriate, in view of the racing carnival so near at hand, viz., "To Bet or Not to Bet, That is the Question.'" He dealt at some length, in in introductory man ner, to his main theme, with that phase of the subject often thought to give material support to contests of various kinds, and assumed that were it absent, those contests would lan guish-namely, the fact that betting and the betting ring was the means by which the incentive to succeed in those contests was largel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
:Dr. Basii J. Adam " WOROKlld." IVAN HOE. Hours- 9 to 10 a.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. Vaccination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 pm, Visits FAIRFIELD daily 11 a m. (Sun days excepted. Messages may be left at Mr McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Station street. "R H. KIRWAN KING HEIDELBERG. May be Consulted Daily, 9 to 11 am Visits : Eltham--Mondays, 2 p m. Greensborough-Mondays, 4 pm; and Thursdays; 1 p.m. Diamond Creek-Thursdays (Oddfellowe BHa?l), 2.,30 p.m. SR. RO L LA O E OF HEIDELBERG VIIT8- fErm& , .Tnesdays, 12 noon. GaumsNsOOUOH; Tuesdays, 2.20 p.n. .. Diamond GCazu, Fridays, 3 p.m. Private Hospital (Registered.) " KIA ORA," HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANHOE-Close Station. Patients accommodated beforo and after accouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention FEES-Two and a balfl Guineas. Visiting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certificated.) R F. LCRNE KELLY, I B.D.S.,L.D.9,, Melb. University) DENTIST, 110 COLLINS STREET, MELB@URNE May be consulted at Private Residenc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
Dairy Produce and Small Goods Shop. - u EGBEQ to aenounce that he has opened Sa DAIRY PRODUCE AND SIALL GOODS SHOP in I IHEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE, . (opposite Eades, Stationer) where may be obtained the best brands of Western District Butter, Famous Leura; also Gippsland brands: Hutton's Hams and B?acon'sand mall Goods, New Laid Eggs, Honey,Cheese, Lard, &o. GOODS DELIVERED. FOOR ALIi SIOflHT -TROUBLES YOU SHOULD CONSULT EA- SIBLYI 95 JOHNSTON ST, COLLINGWOOD . (N.a wLa. tlTON sI tEr AMERAS & PiOTOGIAPfliC SUPLILSSTOCKED Hous~e:keepers I Do you know ttl PAYS YOU to SAVE YOUR ATh &BBONEs SCOLLECTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICT. Highest Prices (lven. end Poet Card to E. B. Roth, TEMPLESTOWE BOILING DOWN WORKS. RoBERT DICK, House Decorator, Importer of Window CGlass, Paper t4aing8s, and all Painters' Reqtuisite, 1EGS to intimate that 4he has Moved e his Buseiness to premises lately occu pied by Mr Eade HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE. Phone, Heidelberg 82. And trusts ...
FIRST IVANHOE TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 October 1914
FIRST. IVANHOE TROOP. The troop, after hoisting and saluting the flag, was inspected by the Chief Commissioner, Captain Jenkins, and the Rev. b. L. Buckley gave a short address The scouts mustered 53, First Ivanhoe 35, Second Melbourne 15, and'second St. Kilda 3. After marching to Ste vens' boat house, details were chosen from the scouts to take charge of the boats and row the visitors up the river. The remainder of the troop then mar ched to the meeting place on the Yarra. Tea was prepared, and shortly after 6 o'clocka return was made to the boat house, a pleasant afternoon having been spent. This (Saturday) afternoon, the troop will assemble at the quarters at 3 o'clock sharp. Boating, swimming and ambulanc will be pra-tised.