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DONCASTER TOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
DONGASTER TOWER. After having stood for the best part of half a century on the highest point of Doncaster hill, the pride of residents and tile woider of visitors, that ancient land mark the Doncaster Tower, having shown signs of the ravages of time and dry rot, is now in " the hands of the destroyers," a crew of experts with an up-to-date plant having commenced operations pre paratory to "falling" the immense struc ture, which it is intended shall "meass ure its length" towards the north from which quarter "many a fierce gale has howled o' winter nights thro' the staunch stays and rigging." Great local interest is being taken in the removal, and many expressions of regret are heard that the old building is doomed. But it appears that after all Doneaster is not to be long without a "tower," it being the intention of the proprietor of the Tower Hotel to erect an even finer building on this site, this time of steel, with which object in view it is understood that he has arranged to pu...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MOONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, J.NpARY,12. Preseut :-Crs.. Mealy (Presidcent` ),: Ta ylr, 1 Fi}i , Ciy, y ieCicaion, Batli, su':Cic£a . O lin@onditer; :?l~e "n CRSPOND>ENCE. Chi .y Comnnssonerx k Police, in an idi dd tl t te;:oe bronte io.: unld ais .: vt 6IRi~.?:l fl(J,'a::B"a a orli arded tii?. :l'oids om ich the Bnarke intei is for the present to declare main roads, as fallows :-Elt 'uhamy--Yarrn Glen Road; Iurstbridge~ Kinglake Roade; and Whittlesean-Kinglake Road. The p]roposed main road from Hurst bridge to Thomuson's, Kinglake, and thence to shire boundary Was ap plroved.of, butkthe one leading frcm, the Plenty.-ti: Yirr'iGileiwas held in abe'ancc uai: thlie Boarid 'nispects other roads leading from Yea, etc. :'C6hinittfee. of Greenaslol'ough "and DiamrondVdleyllpienio roqidi~to& 14jat Thursday, 5thi' Februiry (date of s?easidd ex?mision) be p)roclaimed a' public holiday in the North and South Ridiags, Eltham Shire.--Necessary, steps to be taken. H...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
PITH AND POINT, - Foundation Day will be observed on Monday. T~he Cooorwall School and .Kindergar. ten, Heidelberg-road, Ivanhoe, re-assem bles on Wednesday, 11th February. From 5 to 25 acres of rich flats at Diamond Creek, suitable for potatoes or market gardening, are advertised to let in this issue. Constable Harrison, of Ivanhoe, desires that all electoral forms for enroloment should be returned to him without any further delay. Additional donations have been receiv ed by the Heidelberg Sports Club from Mr F. Anstey, M.H.R., 10/6; and Mr J. Finn (Templestowe), 10/. The January meeting of the Temple. slowo Shire Council will be held next Tuesday evening, at seven o'clock, when the estimates are to considered. Misses D). and H. Purvis, teachers of piano, harmony, and theory, "Crotton," Heidelberg-road, Ivanhoe, notify inteid. iug pupils iu this" issui thl?t they re commence tuition on the 2nd February next. Mr F. R. Vizard, who has disposed of his Ivanhoe butchering business to Mr...
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
HEIDELBERG- SHIRE COUNCIL. S .MONTHLY MEETING. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. Present:-Crs. R. G. Ball (Presi dent), H. Fluck, H. S. Oakes, T. Tre vena, J. S. White, A. Rollason, E. A. Knell, J. H. Stone. A. U. Price, J. .-. Coate, R. J. Lorimer, and W. Rank. Correspondence. G. D. Stephens, G. Pizzey, and W. .Lierse, Diamond Creek, requested ex -:.emption from sanitary rates, as far -Athe past two months they had had ;,-.-no service.-Request to be complied with. . : Railway Department replied that S- land in Barkly Place, Heidelberg, has been leased to the Bowling Club :-formed by the-Progress Association ; for the purpose of making a bowl il?g green and ornamental gardens. Received. -o: .' Chief Commissioner of Police noti fed that he could not see his way 'ilear to comply with request that -Constable Harrison, of Ivanhoe, be permitted to accept :the position of thistle inspector for the riding. I?nbtles :some civilian will be glad O'p the job. Simar requests would' probably be made elsewher...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
'Dr. Basil J. Adam " WURROOK." IVANHOE. Hours ' 9 to l0 a.m., 7 to'8 p.m. Baturdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 a,m. Vaccination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m, Visits FAIRFIELD daily 11 a.m. (Sunt days excepted. Messages may be left a Mr McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Station street. R. H. KIRWAN KING S HEIDELBERO. SMay bi Coasmlted Daily, 9 to 11 a.m Visits : Eltham-.Mondays, 2 p.m. Grensborongh-Mondayl, 4 p.m; and Thursdays, 1 pm. Diamond Creek--Thursdays (Oddfsellows Bill), 2.30 p.m. D R, ROL LA SO N OF HEIDELBERG VISITS ELaUM, Tulesdays, 12 noon. GBEENeo ~EoaoUGR; Tuesdsys, 2.30 p.m Dist.or ·'JwaK, Fridays, 3 p.m. Private Hospital (Registered.) "KIA ORA," BEIDELBEBRGROAD, IVANHOE-Close station. Patients aooommodated beforo and after acnouchement. Every care and at tention ,tIgYIe aMOnEmArT. Visiting canee attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certificated.) - R F. LORNE KELLY, ..LV..L (B.D.S.,L.D.8,, Melb. University) DENTIST, 110 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE . May be consulted at MR F. W. GILBERT'S IVANHOE PHAR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
Phone. City 6o' VEREY CROSSi hATTERS and MERIEERS. We -re Te O LEADI1G WiATTEBS, WOODRQWS' ,TRESS'S and . : DENTON'i8. New variety?soft-8p inih oods Opening Le.tet Deigns ::in ' _TWEEDS ..& COATINGS Our ripresentative (bir H. Oaw- ford) will wait on customers throughout the-dietrict once a month. ONLY -ADDRESS: - . Z? rr..it~h-St., " COLLINa WooD - C :-ousekeepers:! Do you know it PAYS YOU ?to 8AV-E ,YOUR FAT&BONES - COLLECTED IN EVERY PRET OF THE DISTRICT. Highest Prices -lven. Sead Post Card to E. B. Roth, S EMPLESiTOWE BOILING (DOWN WORKS. House Decorator, Importer of Window Glass, Paper hangings, and all Painters' Requisites, "TIEGS to intimate that he has Moved b . his Business to premises lately occu pied by Mr Eade . EIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOB. .. Phone,.Heidelberg 82. c And trusts by good workmanship and sup plying only the best material to merit a share of poublio patronage. - A. Lewis, 950 QIIEER'S PARDO-. CLIFTON lIlLL .Has a large assortment of Yiioy Goodi, ...
GHASTLY FIND IN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
GHASTLY FIND IN RIVER. Last Sunday morning John Henry Coulton, who was camped undei the Templestow'e bridge at Heidelberg, when walking along the bank of the Yarra, noticed a man's body caught on a snag in the river. He notified the Heidelberg police, who brought the body to the bank, when it was discovered that the throat was gashed almost from ear to ear. The remains were identified as those of John Knowles, aged 54 years, who had been missing from his home in IHawthorn since the previous Wednes day. -The case is believed to be one of suicide. -
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FIRE AT IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FIRE AT IVANHOE. The shop, with two rooms attached, in Heidelberg-room, Ivanhoe, just above the railway bridge, was almost totally destroyed by fire shortly after 3 e.m. on Saturday last. The premises were un occupied at the time, the building under going renovations. The Ivanhoe section of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade receiv ed the alarm, and was in attendance, but nevertheless the place was severely damaged. Mr R. E. Dick, painter, who had been engaged in painting the build ing, had his ladders and working materi als burnt, to the value of about £8. The premises were owned by Mr F. Heine, and carried insurance to the extent of £100.
FAIRFIELD MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
FAIRFIELD MATCIHES. January 31.-(P), North Fitzroy, ?t North Fitzroy. .7479~f~j 1:' ringham at 8444 ringham. . February . (P) -Prince 's Park, at Fairfield. February 21.-Footscray, at Foots cray. February 28.-Richmond Union,. aC Richmond. MIarch 7.-Richmond Union, at Fair field. March 14.-Auburin, at Auburn. Iade 21.-Mal fit and Caubi'4d, at March 28-8..M.C.G., at S.M. April 18.-Footseray, at Fairield. You can, with a good gra?.e?e,?ldfo.. insertion of a report of a public event, when the Newspaper Has Done the Printing. Too many folk act t'other way-give the other fellow the print. iug, and ask the paper man to speil money writing anid publishing a report.
SEASON'S FIXTURES. IVANHOE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
-EASON'S FIXTUEi !, .m.;....... ,1 IVANHOE CLUB. January 31.-B, Richmond Union, at Richmond; C, Alma, at Ivanhoe. February 9.-B, Hawthorn, at Ivan. hoe; C, North Fitzroy, at North Fitz. roy. February 14.-B, North Fitzroy B, at Ivanhoe. Jika Jika shield games will also be played on March 14, 21, and 28, and April 4, 11, 18, and 25.
BOWLING. FAIRFIELD v. IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
BOWLING. FAIRFIELD V. IVANHOE. C 3-rink Pennant Competition. Last Saturday Fairfield Bowling Club paid a visit to the Ivanhoe Re creation Association's green, in con nection with the above competition, and succeeded in defeating the lo cals by 26 points, as under : FAIBFIELD, 79. 1.-Alexander, Bacon, Butcher, " Burston .... 31 S.-Besley, Kimpton, Clay, Joske..,. 3.-Le Masurier, Cartledge, Crabb SGuerrero . .. ... 2- l.-Nads, Wallis, Gibbins, Scott ... 16 2.-Ford, Shaw, Whiffen, Hackett 18 3.--Lewis, Thompson, E. Stone, R. Davidson ... ... 19 To-day Fairfield will be at home to Mordialloc in a friendly game ...
FAIRFIELD v. WEST BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
FAIRFIELD v. WEST BRUNS WIOK. This match in the second grade Victorian Junior Association was concluded at Brunswick on Satur day last. Fairfield were unfortunate in being without their two leading batsmen, viz., C. James and G. Watsford. The visitors, who had lost 3 wickets for 24 the previous Saturday as against West Bruns wick's total of 197, resumed. W. Phillips, who batted steadily for 36, and A. Perry (II) made a good stand, but the remaining batsmen went cheaply, and the innings, with thus only 8 wickets to fall, closed for 73. T. Callaway made 9, B. Classon 8, and H. Halfpenny 3 (not out). Following on, there were but seven batsmen to dispose of, F. Butler being also an absentee, and the second innings only yielded 4o runs, W. Phillips again being top scorer with Io. The locals thus won by an innings and 84 runs. There has been a considerable dearth of cricketers with the Fair field team this season, particularly on outside grounds, which is very dis couraging to those membe...
CRICKET. IVANHOE A v. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
CRICKET. IVANHOE A v. HEIDELBERG. Commenced on Saturday last, and will be continued to-day. Ivanhoe, having lirst use of the wicket, put it to advantage, scoring 263 runs for 5 wickets. G. Fox placed another century to his credit with 0o4 not out, and W. Bryant made 42 not out. IVANHOE A. A. Fox, c, b L. May... ... 2 G. Blair, b May ... .. 10 A. Mann, b May ... ... 21 E. Ashby, b Bond ... ... 13 G. Fox, not out ... ...10 - McDonald, b Gillespie ... 28 WV. Bryant, not out ... ... 42 Sundries ... ... 34 Total for 5 wickets ...26a
A SHORT STORY. (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
StSHORT STORh. (AMl Rights Reserved.) PARTED, `gi: IROSETT·A GRACE SPEAR ING, utLifor of "A Woman's Crines," ±-Clarirsa'. Revenge," '"My Dead - ly Foe," &c. PART III. Sutined by her words, Edgar was unable to speak. When at last "e ib some degree recovered him ?ef, the girl was gone. When dinner was announced that "ight, Carsina was not to be found. "Where can she be, Edgar?" in .uired Mirs. Huntington. As briefly as possible, he told h"er- the story which had been im parted to him by the girl, whom he hoped to have made the mistress of his home. When he had finished his mother took him by the hand a.nd said' sympathetically : ."My dear boy, I do not wonder .that you love her, she is a good and noble woman. I cannot tell you h ow I admire and bless her for hav j. fought so bravely the battle of fself-dernal. You too,, my poor boy, miust try and bear up bravely the pain of such a parting, for it will -, e better that you should never see each other again. It is impossible for...
IVANHOE B v. Y.M.C.A. Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
IVANHOE B v. Y.M.C.A. . -?.?;;? Y.M.C.A. Total ... ...119 Bowling--cMcDonald took 5 wickets, Ladncr 1, and Holt 2. IVANHOE B, J. Barry, run out ... ... 15 Thompson, b Brown ... ... 0 C. Holt, caught ... ... 30 J. McKeown, caught ... ... 17 W. Ladner, bowled ... ... 10 Skead, bowled ... .. 0 R. Dick, bowled ... 4 Total for 7 wickets .. 82 To-day Ivanhoe B play a 2 days' match with the Qtiery C.C.
SKEAD—BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
SKEiAD-BLOOD. 'Miss Evelyn Olive Blood, youngest Sdaughter of Mr Win. Blood, of "Everton," Ringwood, was*married to Mr Henry Frederick Skead, eld est son of Mr Frederick Skead, of "Astbury," Ivanhoe, at St Paul's Church of England, Ringwood, on W'dnesday. aftersioon, January r4, by the Rev Thos. Justice. The bride, wlho was given away by her father, was tastefully attired in white crepe de chine trimmed with Mal tese lace over silk, and carried a shower bouquet The bridesmaids, Miss and Miss N. Skead, were dress ed in white voile and Juliet caps, and carried pink posies with blue streamers. The bride was also at tended by her nephew, Master Les lie Blood, and niece, Miss Hazel Blood, the latter being dressed in white silk frock trimmed with Valen ciennes lace, and carrying a basket of roses. The mother of the bride, Mrs Wm. Blood, was dresscd in a black silk resilda, and wore a black toque; Mrs Skead being attired in black and grey striped voile, black and white hat. The wedding tea...
ST. PAUL'S (FAIRFIELD) v. ST. THOMAS'. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 January 1914
ST. PAUL'S (FAIRFIELD) v, ST, THOMIAS'. This match in the second grade Church of England Association was concluided at ?F~iirfield Park last Saturday, and resulted in a win for St. Paul's by 78 runs on the first in nings. H. Dunn batted excellently for .84 not out, and was extremely unfortunate that time prevented what looked a certain century. Scores : ST. PAUL'S. G. Rutherford, caught ... 28 - H. Dunn, not out ... ... 84 A. Jenkins, bowled ... ... 5 H. Baker, run out ... ... 1 P. Johnson, bowled ... ... 24 J. Bleazby, bowled ..... ... O R. Lancashire, caught ... 15 W. Cooper, not out ... ... O Sundries ... ... 4 Total for 6 wickets ...161 (Innings decflred closed). ST. THOMAS'. First Innings ... 83 Second Innings, 7 for ..; 83 St. Paul's play St. John's at Fair field Park to-day.