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BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. IVANHOE v THORNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 November 1914
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO. CIATION. IVANHOE v TF[ORNBURY. (By Sir Frandcis.) It was not at all auspicious looking last Saturday when Mr S. Rendle, ac conipanied oy four gu!ests, motored out to Thlornbury. Misty rain fell' all the way and tile general hope was that it would come down so heavy that there would be no play; but more particularly that the parched earth would receive a heavy soaking. HIowever it cleared soumewhlat, and the match was started a little late. There was not much pleasure as the players had to wear overcoats and keep up uml.rellas during the showers that occurred. The final stages of the match were played under conditions that were simply ludicrous, a'player having almost to exert his full strength to reach the jack. Although Ivanhoe started well, they could not sustain their advan tage, the Thornbury team negotiating the wet rinks better than their oppo nents. The match was decided by the last bowl trundled by Barstow. The position was that Ivanhoe wanted...
POTTERY WORKS AT IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 November 1914
POTTERY WORKS AT. IVANIHOE. In your issueof. t31st October. a report was published, in connection with the nmeeting of the Ivanhoe and AlpJhiigton Progress Society, that the Hordern estate, at Ivanu hoe, recently purchased by Wunderlich, Ltd., was likely to he used as a site for the erectionof pottery works. As this rumor is likely to prejudice the sale of the land, we wish to state tht the firm has no intention of erecting a factory on the site. In fact, the land has been subdivided and is now ready for sale in building sites. Only a small portion of the estate, in the south east corner, is to be reserved by the owners, and any clay that is take away will result in the disappearance of an uniht~l. ct ting on the pop?oedc Gii?v%/i6ntK boulevard and an im_.rodei0gest to this ~prtion of the land by scientific grading,-Yours, etc., FOLEY BROS.j Ladies will find their eveor clothing ueeds adaquately catered for at Hattam's. From the big, new array of Summer goods, a satisfactory selecti...
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 November 1914
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the Fairfield Progress Society was held on Wednesnay evening last. The atten dance was small. Tihe president, Mr O. Sheriff, occupied the chair. S STILL THE NAME. A letter was read from the shire score tarystating, in reply to the Society's protest, that it had been decided to take no further steps in the matter of chang ing the name of Heidelberg. COMMITTEE'S BEPORT. The committee's report stated that it had been decided to hold a "picture night" before Christmas to raise funds for the tree-planting scheme. Reference was made to the slackness of members in handing in subscriptions, receipts being behind the expenses of the society. Members were asked to consider- the matter of urging the securing of a recre ation ground for Fairfield before in. creased values made the scheme more difficult. PICTURE NIGHT, Regarding the picture night the presi dent said he had arranged a picture night for November 25th. Mr Baco...
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 November 1914
HEIDELBIRG DISTRICT PRO GRESS ASSOCIATION. MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the Heidelberg Progress Association took place in the Scots' Hall on Monday evening last, Mr Jones, preside ..., in the chair. SWIMMING C IUE. Rev Hardie mentioned that lihe had spoken to some members about re-forming the swimming club, but they were not anxious to do any thing. They were, howeyver, ready to take advantage of the proposal if it were properly arranged. It seemed strange that the young men would not bestir themselves. Mr May said that the matter was all arranged, and everything was ready when the people worthy of it come forward. Mr McLeod said he had had a si ,ilar experience in the formation of an athletic club. The young fel lows were quite ready to join, but they backed out wihen tle;g 'yere asked to pay sixpence per iveek for an instructor, although all the equip ment had been provided A discussion took place regarding the imnroyeIent of the site. Mr Reynolds haylt" been in f...
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 November 1914
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT BAND. Sir,-Kindly permit me space in your columns to reply to Mr Will C. Joy's letter in your last issue on the matter of the ap plication of the Ivanhoe-Heidelberg branch of the A.N.A. for the services of the band at their annual concert in aid of the Austin Hospital. For the past 4 years, the. band has marched from the Heidelberg railway station to the park, and played until 10 p.m for these entertainments under the auspices of the A.N.A. at the A.N.A.'s own price, viz., £2 2s donation to the band funds. Mr Joy's remark about providing the lighting is rather amusing. He must be aware that it is the custom of promoters of such entertainments to provide lighting. This year, as stated by Mr Joy, we were asked if we would entertain a smaller dona tion, as the usual one swallowed up a large proportion of their takings. It rather sur prises us that it has taken his committee 4 years to find this out. It appears to the band that Mr Joy's committee wishes to run this e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 November 1914
FOR GOOD BOOTS! Auty's Boot Palace, 366 SMITH STREET (Second Block below Johnston Street, COLLINGWOOD. Men's Goloshes, Rolled Edge, 4/6 Ladies' Goloshes, 2 / 6 Special Line One-piece Watertights, 11/6 and 13/9 We Excel in Quality and our Prices are Reasonable; &lt;J. Hg..GREGOY. -ow Maker and .//en .Marpie Saw and Cutlery Works .. Jonnron s'reet. collingwnd.,(ner 5milh at.] . Tailors and Hairdressers' Implements and Razors ground and set. Saws all kinds repaired and sharpened. J. W. BROWN, 1st -CLASS ::CERTIFICATED PLUMB ER, Hreidelber- Road, Ivanhoe. (Late inspector MM.B.W.) jESTIMATFES GIVEN FOR LAYING ON HOT OR COLD WATER. I- Sci tr?:,ge 'Connections, Gasfitti,,?g, 3ellitting, Iron, Copper and Zinc Wor k. -: -clephone, Hexdelberg 111 E. A. KN ELL, IVANMHOE SWORNF VALUATOR & ESTATE AGENT. Ring up 77 (HEIDELBERG) for Insnrance Policy against BURGLARY, ACOIDENT A.D Mrs..- Cheap Vali. Allotments in splendld positins " Have .your Furniture protected againast S FIRE - H...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents THE PARK RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 November 1914
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expresed by our oorrespondents THE PARK RECREATION RESERVE. - Sir,-In your issue of the 17th inst .I replied to Cr. Ball's letter in youf'. issue of the 3rd (in which he tried to justify his action in recommending the Council to grant the Ivanhoe Cricket and Football Clubs £ for £. and re fused to grant the Ivanhoe Croquet and Tennis Clubs the same considera tion, and leading the ratepayers to believe that the reason was that the last-named clubs were private clubs, -and that it would be illegal for the Council to do so, and accusing me of making untrue and unfair statements in my letter), in which I refuted a number of his incorrect and mislead ing statements, and asked him to sup ply (through the columns of your valuable paper) the following infor mation: (1) Wherein does the Coun cil's illegality consist? (2) the differ ence between private clubs and those clubs who erect the...
GREENSBOROUGH v HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
GREENSBOROUGH v HEIDELBERG. The above match wae oaoluded last Saturday, and, ysulted in a win for Heid.?herg, by an innings and 22 runs. Ieidelberg declared their innings closed when they had lost 8 for 112. Greens borough, with three men absent, were disposed of for 44. Scores:-- Bond,, ' 'Thomas, b Oreightoii ... 24 Y~ousg, h Thomas 1.. ... - ... 1 May, e, b Goodall ....... ... 8 Cooper, c sub, b Cieighton ... 24 Kelso, c, b Thomas ...- ... Tierney, b Creichton .. . 5 \V. Duncan, c Coghlh", a? Goodall 10 Hart, c Da'aqo, b Goodll .. 31 ,?qr , not out ... ... ... 2 Sundries .. ... ... . .. 5 Total for 8 wickets .. ,,. 112 Bowling :-Tho?.aas, D io. 29; Croichton; . for 8~ Qoodall, 3 for 91; Barrett, 0 for 3; Brown, 0 for i7, GREENSBOROUG,. First Innings.. ... . 46 Second Innings I- .. Mitchell, b May ... . ,,; Dawson, c Cooper, b MLy... b My :. 14. Brown, b Kelso .;; Beale, b Xelso •.. ... -. CGoodall, c Hart, b Kelco l... Creichton, b Kelso . Thomas, a ?laU' 0 Qogh'la, no't out 0.. ...
FAIRFIELD v ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
FAIRFIELD v ALPHINGTON. The above match resulted in a win for Alphington by 49 runs on the first in nings. Fairfield scoredel 97 in the first innings, andhad lost 5 for 25 in-their second attempt. Alphington put toge. ther 146 for the loss of 7 wickets, and declared their innings closed. In addi tion to making top score for Alphington, E. Hughes obtained a bowling average during the match of 9 for 46, Scores ; FAIRFIELD. ......... A. Mfoiusey, run out ...... 0 O. Easey, o Hughes, b Tiedgen ... 26 G. Watsford, c and b Hughes ... 24 B. Classon, c Biddiscombe, b Hughes 17 A. Jenkins, b Pitcher ...... 12 H. Cartledge, c White, 1 Hughes 6 M. Shlcehy, c Tresizc, b Burrows... 0 J. Murphy, not out ..... D. Neal, c Biddiscombe, b Hughos 3 W. Phillips, b Hughes ..... 0 A. Perry, h Hughes ... ... 0 Sundries ....... ... ... 4 Total ... ... ... .., 97 Burrows; 1 for 17; Hughes, 'Gfor 31; Tiedgen, 1 for 18; Pitcher, 1 for 6. SSecond Innings. . C. Esey, b Hughes . ... A. Mounsey, not out ,, - .. B...
TEMPLESTOWE v IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
TEMiPLESTO\VE v IVANKOE. Tenmplestowe A. increased their first day's score to 6 for 222, when they de. clared their innings closed. T. Cashen, 78, J. Sheahan, 50, and L. Fitzsimons, 48, were the chief contribntors. In res ponseto this total, Ivanhoe could not do any better than 71. Following on, they were not much more successful, as, when time was called, they had lost 5 foi 44. They were beaten by 151 .on the first innings. Scores: TEMIPLESTOWE. " J. :Hodgsoih b G. Fox ... ... 11 J. Riddell, c A. Fox, b G. Fox ... -6 T. Cashen, boivled Ashby . ... 78 L. Fitzsimmons, c Thomson,-. J. Sheahan, b Ashby ... . 50 C. Rasmussen, b Graham.. ?:? .3. 3 J~IMullens,.not oui? . . . Sundries ... ... .. 26 Total for 6 wickets ...... 222 Bowling: Ashby, 2 for 64; G. Fox, 2 for 57; Ladner, 0 for 26; Coulson, 0 foP 12; MIcDonald, 0 for 27; Graham, 2 for 1I. IVANHOE. Second Innings. McDonald, b Cashen ... ... 5 Bennett, b Cashen ... ... ... O G. Fox, e Fitzsimons, b RasmusSen 9 G. Baird, 1.b.w., b Ra...
FAIRFIELD CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
F~AIRFIELD CARNIVAL. A meeting of the Fairfield and Alph ington Angler's Club and the Fairfield Swimming Club was held on the 6th in stant, when it was decided to hold a pa. triotic carnival in the Fairfield recrea tion reserve on Saturday, December 12, the proceeds to be devoted to the various patriotic funds. The exact form the car nival will take was not finally decided upon at the meetming. It was proposed to include in the programme a farce, entitled'"The march on Berlin, and the Ultimate capture and banishment of the Kaiser." This item will be supported by swimming and diving displays,, boat and canoe racing, comicalities, etc. In the evening, it is proposed to hold a band concert. Arrangements have been made for a meeting of members of the coun cil and representatives of the different sporting bodies in the district. This meeting will be held in the club rooms, Grand View Hotel, on Monday evening, 16th instant. It is hoped that all who can do so will attend and help make the ...
FAIRFIELD C. v S.M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
AItRFIELD C. v S.M.C.C. This match took place at the Fairfield green on Saturday last; a very even game, as seen by the scores, resulted in a win for Fairfield by one points. This is very satisfactory, qS q Ia' ~AIly one match Mas 1gen Met .eIMcLIren's M4jik 4ypd wel being up 16. Scores FAIRFIELD, . 1. Jenkins, Thrave, Rosman, Brower 15 2. Trevena, Hampstead, Sibthorpc, lMfcLaren ... ...... ... 32 3. Stainsby, Coate, Tyler, Besley ... 23 Total ............ 70 B.M\.O.C. 1. Granter, Q.'I~1a, HIobbs, Leadermsn 27 -tit , Wilkinson, Bent, McCormack 16 L. Johnson, Glover, Thnomson, Farmer 18 Total ... ... ... ... 61 Fairfield C will meet their neighbors, Ivanhoe, on the Ivanhoe greei t~?day.
MR MEMBREY'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
MR MEMBREY'S CANDIDATURE. The Honorable J. G. Membrey, M.L.A., was to have addressed the electors in the Fairfield Hall on Wed nesday evening, but owing to the serious illness of Mrs Membrey he was unable to leave his home. The Premier, Sir Alexander Peacock, in order not to dis appoint the electors, agreed to take Mr Membrey's place. Cr. Coate, President of the Shire, was in the chair, and his task was an easy one, the meeting being with the speaker throughout. The Pre mier went over a good, deal of the ground covered by his policy speech. He also explained ii detail the Government's proposals with regard to aforestration and the encouragement of the timber indus try. Speaking with'regard to 1Mr Mem. brey, Sir Alexander said that they would all, friends and opponents, sympathise Membrey had been insistent, persistent and consistent in attending to the wel fare of his electorate. The distriot had made such rapid progress that it was a heavy task attending to its requirements as Mr M...
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
-FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. .The -.Plj~l i x. ;,,? ...... . ....- ? ..... .... °erad. muet Coljlngwoo,d (the o.nly tn beaten tean in teo sectioaq) at Fairfield on Satqrday last. lytcher's and ]eltou's - riks kep.t ery c4oe to their opponents thraughout the game, being down by two and six respectively. Burston was 12 down, and Guerrero (who met the chanm pion, Dunn) was down 37. Scores COLLINGWOOD. 1. Forstcr, Butchart, Johnson, Jamieson 32 2. Page, Greig, Graham, Smith . 2 3. Chuck, Casey, Qcott mqn., Scqtt Se". ao 4: Jo.. gra~a?m. smith; Du~nni -,, 49 Total ... .... ... ... 186 FAIRFIELD. 1. Brewer; Barke, Linegar, Burston ... 20 2. Martin, Kimpton, Cartledge, Butcher 23 3. Alexander, Emery, Clay, Kclton ... 24 4. LeMasurier, Treven., Crabb, Guerrerol2 Total ... .... .. ... Fairfield are at homne t?-.4 , 9, Malvern club. . ..
FIRST IVANHOE TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
F?rIST IVANHOE TROOP. The Second Patrol (the CuckQos) last week forwarded to Ibady Helen Mi1nro Ferguson, from whom thanks have, been received, many articles for the use of the Expeditionary Foraes. The articles con- sist of woollen mufflers, caps, ambulance bardages, face wipes, mittens, splints, etc. The Scosts have been engaged on the work for many weeks. The patrql thanks Mrs Horton for her kindness in enabling them to do this work for their comrades at the front. Those who took part in this work were: Leader, Alan Wilson; second, J. Sharwood; scouts, C. Horton, S. Horton, B. Burdett, L. Knorr, and G. Sharwood, A prize has been donated for proficiency in the treatment of snake bite and the ap parently drowned. This afternoon, S.M. Grove will examine the patrols in coq;iect on wtlh thi cqmpetition. Be eruits wanted, age 1o0 years aid 'pwvid.
IVANHOE BOWLING CLUB. Pennant Fixtures, 1914-15. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
IVANHOE BOWLINQ CLUB, Pennant Fixturca, 1914-15. November 14.-B, Pennant, at Carlton; C, Fairfield, at Ivanhoc. November 21.--B, Malvern Heights, at Ivan, . hoe: C. at Princess Park. Novemher 28.-B, open; C, open. December 5.-B, open; C, open. December 12.--B, Camberwell, at Ivanhoe; December 19.-B, at Essondon; C, at'Essen doll. December 26.-B, openl; C, open.-.. !915, . - January 2.-B. open-: ?C, Open. January. 9.-B, at Kew: C, Ascot Vale, at Ivanhoe. January 16.-B, Thornbury, at Ivanlhoe;. C, at S.IiLC.C. January 23.2-B, bye; C. bre. January 30.-B, open; C, open.
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
PITH AND POINT. Sc. John's (Heidelberg) Sunday Sch6ol Ainniversary takes place to-morrow, Mr John Shaw has purchased-the plumb ing business of iMr A. Kelly, Ivanhoo. Mr Morgan, Labor candidate, will address mcdtings at Jvanhoe arid 4lphington on 'uidsday evening. I~r Memliro;'s comrlittee and friends are asked tb nbeet after his Northcote mcdting on Monday. 'bhe first annual display and concert of St Paul's Girls' 4thlotic Gl0ub takes place at i'air~eld on gl~srsday evening. Oa Saturday, November 21st, 2ressrs 1cillieu, 411arc 'and Co. ivill cunduct a sib divisionlalsale of part of the Eag!engont .state Flintqff's Estate, GCreensborough, will be ofered fer sqle b9y ~fdests T. B.' B \forton alnd Son, ci November 14th. An open air concert, iq aid of tle Austin Hospital, is a fixture for Wednesday ne4t in tlie Heidelberg Pgk,' The Archbishop of n1elbourno on Deceri, bet 5th will formally open the new parish hall and grammar school of St. James', I\'auhoe. A swimming, life saving, and d...
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. PAIR TOURNAMENT WON BY DR ADAM AND MR JOHN JENKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 14 November 1914
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO. CIATION. PAIR TOURNAMENT WON BY DR ADAM AtND MR -'JOHN JENKIN. (Byv Sir Francis.) As bothl th B. and C. ttam of the Ivanhoe recreation ,ssociation had byes last Saturday in the Victorian Bowling Association pennants, a most successful pairs tournament was played to a finish on the local green. The nmemnbers entcred into the spirit of the tourney with great gusto, and 44 nominations were received, which left 22 pairs to conmpete. It was the intention of the match committe, to try and make the pairs as even as pos sible, and there was a minimum of grumbling at the composition of the pairs. It was very gratifying to see so many of the new members at play. Mr H. Knorr was the danor of the trophies, and his gift was valuable to the associa tion as the entrance fees and business of the refreshments provided by the ladies will make a valuable addition to the association funds. 'The draw had been made out on Friday and everything was ready for a start at two ...