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TEMPLESTOWE B v GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914
TEMIPLESTOWE B v GREENS BOROUGH. Templestowe B, in their match against Grecasborough. declared their innings closed when eight wickets had fallen for 219 runs. Seven batsmen made double figures. Greensborough have lost one wicket for 20 runs. Scores: TEMPLESTOWE B. P. Cashen, b Creichton . ... 4 j. Sheahan, b Thomas ... ... 23 S. Mullens, b Starling ... . 26 S. Williamson, b Coghlan.. . 61 W. Hill, c and b Thomas... ..... 5 B. Rhodes, b Brown ... -.... 38 B. lMahoney, c Croichton, b Barrott; 13 W. Fitzsimmons, not out : ... 23 T. Renchan, b Barrett ... 1.. HI. Chivers, not out ... ... 1( Sundries ..,. .,,. - . . 9 STotal for 8 wickets... 219 Bowling Creichton i for*47, Thomdis 2 for 50, Starling 1 for 26, Barrett 2 foL 31, Brown 1 for 25, Coghlan 1 for 31. GREENSBOROUGH. A. Brown, not out ...1... .. 14 J. Beale, run out ... ... ... 6 Sundries ... ... ... ... 0 Total for 1 wicket ... ;.. 20 Bowling: Rhodes 0 for 12, Sheahan 0 for 8.
FAIRFIELD METHODISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914
FAIRFIELD MfETHODISTS. The above club commenced this sea son at North Melbourne, where they had an easy viotory by 9 wickets and 8 runs. The following are the scores of a match commenced at Fairfield last Saturday FAIRFIELD. HII. Rudle, run out... ... ... 2 C. Grntion, b Wild... ... ... 27 - T. Callawavy, caugh? , ... 1 C. Strcot, run out .. ,. 4 L. McCormack, c Nicholsoi i u :" A. Oittins, not out... .. · .: : 67 J. Poppius, run out .. . 2 T. Watts, 1.b.w. .. . 8 1H. Hanls b Wild ... 8 H. (ixtins, b Fiddles .. 6 C. Harris, not` out... --.? .:- : $undrs ...c . .. s. 11
OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE B v HEIDELBERG B. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914
OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE B v HEIDELBERG B. The B teams of Heidelberg and Ivan. hoe on Saturday commenced a match which wil le0 continued to-day. Ivanhoe are in the better po~~i~i, pwiqg mainly to the efforts of Mann, Bryant, a~?d Barry with the bat, and Mann with the ball. Scores: HEIDELBERG. H. Shecehan, st, b MIamnn ...... 8 F. Evans, c, b MIann ... ... O WV. Evans, st, b Mann ... .. 9 A. Irwin, st, b MBan - .. .- 8 L. Rouch, c anud b MInili ... -.,. o E. Barkaway, c, b Mann ... :.. 2 J. Uren, c, b Graham ." . ' 1 W. Twomey, b Graham :; ... 0 . $oich, o agd b Laton 6 H. K~irk, bHolt ... W. Woolcock, not out 5. S.Sundris . .. Total ... i. .. ... 52 Bowling: Mann 6 for 'i3 Graham 2 for 18, F. Holt. for 13, F. LAwton 1 for 8. IyANI(OE. W.Flr?T?0E ..... G. Blair, b Twomey ... ... 2 J. Barry, st, b Barkaway.. 11i J. MoEwan, thrown out ... ... 10 E. McDonald, st, b Twomey ... O A. Graham, b Twomcy ... ... O A. ?a[,un, c and b Evans ...... 5o4 F. Wilson; b Barkaway ..8.', 3 F. Holt; b-Twom...
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. A. GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 24 October 1914
--FAIRFIELD BOWLhG.-CLUB. A. GRADE On Saturday last the A team. from the above club paid a visit to Armadale, 'd'iere they met tle Iqcals, returning home beaten by 57 points. Scores,--' ARMIADALE. 1. Goweoulock, Forbes, Forbes, MlcDon aid .. .......... ... 25 2. Robinson, McDonald, Stcwart, Smith ... ... .. 28 3.WClendinnon. Ward, Tratham, Sut. ton ... .... 37 4, Wood, MicCrory, Blair, Waxman ... 31 Totnal............ ... 121 ]FAIRFIELD, 1. LeMasurier, 'Jrevena, Crabb, Guerroroli 2. Alexander, Emeryl' Cv,-Kelton .... 18 : 3. IMartin, Kimpton, Cartledge, Butcher 1l 4. Brower, Barke. Linegar, Burston ... 18 T6dtal... ........ .... 6.
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT BAND. Sir,-About a fortnight ago I vrote to the Heidelberg District Band, on behalf of the Heidelberg and Ivanhoe branch A.N.A., asking them to consider whether they would not accept a smaller dona tion this year far their services at our annual concert in aid of the Austin Hos pital. In previous years we have paid £2 2s for their attendance, and have found all lighting necessary. Our rea son for requesting a reduction was that this donation swallowed up a large proportion of our takings. A reply was received stating that their services would be available this year for £3 3s. To the surprise of the committee the donation asked was increased by £1 is, instead of a reduction, as was expected. Though my branch recognises that the band may have been called on at certain times in the cause ef charity to give their services at a lower figure than was fixed by the Association bands, we hardly expected our branch to be treated in this manner, because we have been instrum...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. THE FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responalble for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our oorrespond?e?s. THE FLOWER SHOW. Sir,--ln years gone by I have noticed the committee men of the local flower society have scooped in most of the prize money and have then made a dig nified retirement, patronising afterwards all the so called amateurs. Is the poor profess:onal gardener going to get a chance? and are the successful competi tors prepared to give back the money (donated by themselves) to the Patriotic Fund ? I don't think.-Yours, etc., HERBERT CORDNER, Burgundy-street, Heidelberg.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
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IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON PROGRESS SOCIETY. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
IVANHOE AND ALPHINGITON PROGRESS SOCIETY. MONTHLY ~MEETING. The usual m:onthly meetinrg 'f the. above society took place I the. old Church of England schiol.. h-il, Ivanhoe, on Monday niglht; There was a. very gratifying: attendance, and the presidleitM?'r' Eiseinamn, occupied the cha-.ir. - T"IE BOULEVARD. A letter was received from the Honorable J. G. Membrey, M.L.A., stating that he had interviewed the Minister, who had promised that the work of improving the Boulevard would be proceeded with immedia tely. The president said that the letter wasvery satisfactory, They were all interested in the worn, anu as tne Government had made arrangements with the landholders, there was a certain amount of responsibility rest ing on the Government. This would be an added attraction to the district. The Government had also decided to spend £500 in snagging the Yarra, and the M M.B W. had agreed to spend a similar amount, so Heidelberg might benefit to some extent from this latter scheme. REMOV...
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY The usual monthly meeting of the Fairfield Progress Society will be held on Wedneiday, November 4th, instead of Tuesday, on account of the latter being Cup day. As there is some im portant work before the society, it is particularly requested that every resi debt who can will attend. A society of this kind can accomplish a great deal of good for the town, and the local societies in this district claim to have been res ponsible for many of the advantages which residents enjoy. And members have certainly proved themselves pos sessed of the true spirit of citizenship. Many times they have "done good by stealth," not courting or desiring publi city, but desirous only of advancing the interests of their district. When men can devote hours to hard physical toil without any hope of reward or honor, then they are worthy of all praise. Yet thile members af the three local societies have done these things. And few but themselves have known of it. But there is still ...
HEIDELBERG METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
HEIDELBERG METHODIST CHURCH. The anniversary of the above church was celebrated on Sunday and Monday last On Sunday the services were con ducted'by the several ministers. In the morning by Rev. J. W. Rowse, after noon by Rev. G. B. Campbell, and in the evening by Rev. L. E. Bennett, M .A. The attendance at each service was good, and theilcollections were large. The collection in the morning amounte& to £16 2s 6d, and the total during the day amounted to £23. On Monday a public meeting was held. Songs were rendered by Miss Fairweather, Miss Tingate, M and Mr Winsor. The Rev. J. A. Gault, of the Colhug wood mission, gave an excellent address on "Enthusiasm." The reports from the secretary and treasurer were most satis tory. The choir, both on Sunday and at the public meeting rendered several an thems in a very creditoble manner, un der the capable leadership of Mr Tingate, Miss Tingate presiding at the organ. The chair was occupied by Mr H. A. Hackett, in the absence of Mr T. ...
OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE B v HEIDELBERG B. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
OTHER MIATciES. IVANHOE B v HEIDELBERG B, 'The aoove match, concluded on Satur day, resulted in a win for Ivanhoe by an innings and 22 runs. In response to the winner's total of 140, Heidelberg sbored 52 and 66. Mann, 2 for 25, A. Graham, 4 for 24, and .T. McEwan. 3 for 10, were the bowlers in Heidelberg's second innings. Ivanhoe went in after Heidelberg had completed two innings, and at drawing of stumps had lost 8 wickets for 117. Barry, 42, White, 31, and Graham, 14, were top scorers.
IVANHOE STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
IVANHOE STATE SCHOOL. The children of the Ivanhoe State School have done creditable work in connection with the different patriotic funds. On Wednesday afternoon, the first consignment; of clothing to be sent to the Belgian sutferers was exhibited in one of the class rooms. And all praise is due to the children upon the result of their labor in making garments and collecting. The teachers who as sisted in supervising the work were Miss Mumby, Miss Chilvers and Miss Lug ton, whilst their confreres, Miss Simpson and Miss -~itsdn iaisted by djiiin ex tra teaching. There were two patch work quilts on view, one made by the girls and the other by the boys, and al Ithough the girls work was good, as is to be expected, the boys manifested sur prising aptitude for this class of work. The following is a list of donations in the Ath, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades: Maggie Anderson, brown dress; Lucy Barry, four coats, blue dress, bonnet, bloomers; Florrie Bassett, ½ dozen yards flannelette, 3 ya...
FATAL FALL FROM MOTOR BUS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
FATAL FALL FROM MOTOR BUS On Saturday afternoon last Mr W. ii. Mann, of Maltrevers-road, Canter bury, met his death. He was in a motor bus, sitting beside the driver and at the intersection of Commercial-road, in St. Kilda-road, told the driver that he wished to dismount. The driverapplied the breaks, but not suffltiicently to stop the ear until it had crossed the intersec tion. Deceased, however, got off before the vehicle stopped. He was run over, and died in the Alfred Hospital the same day, 1)eceased, ?yi-? -as f8 years of age, was a brother of Mr Frank Mann, a prominent member of the Church of England, Ivanhoe, to whom we extend our sympathy.
TEMPLESTOWE B v GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
TEMIPLESTOWE B v GREENB BOROUGH. Greensborough made a yaliant attempt to tap Temapledtfove B's score of 219, but the last wicket fell when they were 48 runs behind. Doulle figure scores were made by five batsmen andby "sundries." Soores- TEMIPLESTOWE B. Total for 8 wickets... ... 219 GREENSBOBOUGH. A. Brown. b Sheahan ... ... 18 J. Beale, run out ... ... ... 6 P. Dawson, b Sheahan ... ... 32 MIitchell, c Rhodes, b Hill ... 31 J. Creichton. b Hill ... ... 8 Reeves, not out ... ... ... 834 F. R. Starling, c Williamson, b Fitzsinnons ... ... .. 20 Cowan, c Williamson, b Fitzsim - mons ... .. ... ... 3 Barret,' c Willia?nsoi, b Cashen... 8 W. Thodmasl b Fitisimlons" ..: O M. Coghlan, b Fitazsimons 0,, : Sundries .,, .. 16 Total ... ... ... ... 1'1 Bowling : Rhodes, 0 for 40; Sheahan, 2 for 39; Fitzsinmmons, 4 for 27i; Hill, 2 for 20; Cashon, 1 for 12; Williamson, 0 for 10, Templestowe won by 48 rns.
WIN FOR IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 October 1914
WIN FORl IVLNHOE. The Ivanhoe branch of the Womens' Temperance Union, at the conference being held in Molbourne this week, won the banner for gel!ing the greatest num bet of "Signals," the Union's organ. The credtlit of the win is due to Mfrs Clinch, the president, who took the matter sp. The Heidelberg Progress Society meets on Monday evening. Tenuders are invited up to Wednesday next for asphalting tonnis court, Greens borough Park. The Fairfield Paogress Association holds its monthly meeting on Wednesday, instead of Tuesday, as usual, M[essrs Baillieu, Allard Pty. Ltd. will hold a subdivisional sale of the Bonnie Doon Estate, Greensborough, on Nov. 7th. Anniversary services-in connection with the Fairfield and Alphingt;on Pzesbyteri,'n Sunday School will take placd to-moriow.v An entortainment and the distribuntios of prizes is a fixture for Thursday. ' :' The Ivanhoo Horticultural Society holds a Spring Display and members' "At Hoome" this evening. We understand that a satis fac...