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OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v FITZROY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 November 1914
OTHER MATCHES. IVWAHOE Y FITZROY JUNIORS. Ivanhoe, who had a bye, commenced a match against the Fitzr6y Juniors on Saturday, and disposed of their oppo nents for 63. Ivanhoe have lost 4 for 53. The match will be cop? ?ed to ay. EITZROY JU$lQRS.. Collinsi, b Ashby ,,, ... ... . May, b Ashby . .. ... ..... 0 Kennalty, b Lildunr ... ... 2 Kendall, b-Thompson .. ' ' SNuelman, b Ladser ' , 9' Burns, b Coulso ..- . ,... . 5 Dawberry, b Thonipson ... Llewellyi, h.?'o?opsou . ": ..o. T* acey iibotbio ' ?' -: , ..t -.. 2 Bridole, b Lawson ..... ' ... . 4 Hewitt, b Lawson ... ... .... 2 Sundries ... ... :.. 7 Total... -, .. . . ' TV.ANHOE. t..tlifr Fox .* .... , ,. 25 Fox, seur. ... ... 8 W. Ladner,... . 5 A. Blacklock, ... ... .. 1 Thompson, not out:.. . ... 7 Coulson, not out . ... ... 1 Sundrios ... ... ... 6' Total for 4 wicketE . . .. i
TEMPLESTOWE A v TEMPLESTOWE B [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 November 1914
TEMPLESTOWE Av TEMPLESTOWE B The above'match is causing a little excitement locally. Thle B team is un beaten, while the A team were defeated in the first match by Heidelberg. The A team had first use of the wicket, and at the drawing of the stumps were still in possession, having compiled 191 for the loss of eight wickets. Fitzsimons. topped the score and is still going strong. Scores TEMPLESTOWE A. G. Johnson,.b Rhodes .... ... 3 J. Mullens, b Rhodes ..; .-. 2 C. Rasmussen,. c Caslhen, b Wil liamson... ... ... ... 26 T. CAshen, c Paroissien, b Rhodes : 17 J. Sheahan, c Cashen, b William-'s S son ... .. .. ... 7 f. Cashen, c Paroissien, b Rhodes 32. L. Fitzsimons, not out .. .. 55 "J. Hodgson, 1.b.w i .3 6Sie slian'u, 25' B. Chivers, b Rasmutsien . / ;... - E. Sheahan, not ou . .;. Sundries " . ... 18 Total for 8 wickets ..; ... 191 Bowling: Rhodes, 4 for GS;. Hill, O for 27; J. Sheahian, 1 fr f23; Williiuson, 2 for 23; Fitzsimons, 0 for 8; Paroissien, 0 for 10 Cashen, 0 for 10: Ca...
ALPHINGTON v GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 November 1914
ALPHING.ON v GREENSBOROUGH. Greensborough visited Alphington on Saturday, and, a4 a result of the day's play, qrO in a bad position. Batting firrt, they were disposed of for 67, F. R. Starling psaking top score. Whitcher was the most successful bowler. Al phington scored 98 for the lois of ,two wickets, Hughes and Hicks, both not out, being mainly responsible for this total. Scores GREENSBOROUGH. A. Brown, c Tresize, b Hicks ... 2 - F. R. Starling, b Whitcher ... 32 C. Elliott, l.b.w., b Burrows ... 4 F. Ely, b Hughes ... ... ... 12 B. Dawson, c Hughes, b Whitcher 0 J. L. Beale, st Gilding, b Whitcher 6 J. Creighton, c Pitcher, b Whitcher 4 W. Thomas, run'out ... ... 0 B. Qoo441lih ughes ;;; ... 1 M. Coghlan, not out ... . ... 2 Sundries ... ... ... ... . Total ... ... ... ... 67 Hicks;-1 for 25; Burrows, 1 for 8; Hughes, 2 for 11; Whitoher, 4 for 19. . ALPHINGTON. W. .Bitcli., b Croightou ., ' 8 H. Burrows, b Crcightoi ... 7 A. Hicks, not out ... ... ... 31 , Sundries ... ... ... ....
HEIDELBERG v FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 November 1914
HEIDELBERG v FAIRFIELD. The above match, commenced last Saturday at Heidelberg, was played on a wicket which had. been thoroughly drenched by a thunderstorm. Fairfield, batting first, could only make 35 runs against the bowling ofMay and Kelso, who both bowled well. Heidelberg, at the end of the day's play, had made 79 runs for he lss of 6 wickets. Scores FAIRFIELD. C, Easey, c Young, b MaIy ...7 A. Mounsey, b'MIay ...... 1 B. Classon, c Bond, b May ... 0 A. Jenkins, c Ke!so, b M?ay ... 10 3, MIurphy, b May ... .... ... 0 A. Perry, 1.b.w., b May ...... 0 F. Knevitt, b Kclso ... ... 1 M. Sheehy, b May. .. .. 10 W..Phillips, not out ... ..... 3 D. Neal, c and b Kelso ... .... 3 J. Richmond, a Cooper, b Kelso ... 0 Total ... ...- ... . ... 35 Bowling :-May, 7 for.lO 10; Kolso, 3 for 25. HEIDELBERG. WV. Bond, run out ... ... ... 13 J. Dean, b Perry ... ... ... 0 H. Young, b Sheehy ... ... 2 W. Duxxon, c Knevitt, b Neal ... 19 L. May, c Knevitt, b Neal . ... 17 A. Cooper, b Jenkinu ,,,.,...
AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 November 1914
AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S N4 TIONAL LEAGUE. A meeting of members of the Austra lian Women's National League was held oi Tuesday afternoon, at Scots' Hall, Heidelberg, when steps were taken to advance the candidature of Mr Membrey in the election. The President, Mrs byalihg lieg absent owing to the j~ - ,ie? of her nstther, Mrs' i:I.urrel. l "P sided. It w: . i" itJ. oit that t14e gre.? dangers ahead of Liberalism were irdif· ference andover confidence. "Do not be over confident that your memberi isi safe. Do not be indifferent as to what the re. sult of the election might; be. Even if you think your member is safe, do not be content with giving him a small ma. crity, ive him the biggest Liberalma nrity ever recq/ded jli. the'J.jka li electorate, Put the nymber 1 oposit" his name." In these words, Mrs tioo4y, of Cheltenham, urged her hearers to voteb and work.for Mr Membrey's return.. ¶n an inspiring address, she briefly pointed , out the difference between the Labor. Socialist and the Libe...
MR MEMBREY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 November 1914
MR MEMBREY'S MEETING, On Thursday night last Mr J. G. Membrey addressed the electors in the Ivanhoe Hall. Cr. R. G. Ball presided, and in itroducing the speaker he said that they should all work doubly hard to ;een"kept~out o f the field so iong by the! serious illness of his wife and daughter. (Applause.) . Mr iemnbrey,'after expressing thanks for the sympathy exterded to hinm in his recent trouble, said that he appeared be fore them to ask for a renewal of their confidence. During the 8 years he had represented the electorate he had given tihe best that was in him to advance the interests of the district, and of the coun try generally. (Applause.) Previous to his election, Jalka Jika had been sadly neglected and its just share. of pixblic money had been spent in other electo. rates. Touching upon finance, he said that, owing tq the policy adopted by the Government in tinmes of prqsprity, it would not be necessary to impese fresh taxation to meet the shortage of revenue that would ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 November 1914
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ALLEGED HOUSEBREAKING. MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 21 November 1914
ALLEGED IOUSEB$REAKING. -: MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. S At the Heidelberg Police Court on ::!'Monday last. before Mr S J. Gold smith, P.M., and Dr H. K. King, J.P., Peter Kenney was charged with breaking and entering the dwelling of Chas E Bennett, at Ivanhoe, on November 3rd, and sttaling therefrom 6s 6d in money, 2 silver broaches, of the total value of uIs. SEdmund H. Benniett, a confec tioner, deposed that on November 3rd last he left home about I o'clock, after having locked all the doors and windows. Upon his return at night he found that the back door had been forced open, presumably with an axe that had been left in the yard. He made an inspection, and found that a chest of drawers had been ransacked,- and a purse- con taining 5s Was missing. He also missed is, 4 tram tickets, . and 2 broaches from other parts of the house. The broaches were made of Australian silver.coins of the year 191o. To the bestof his belief, the coins produced were his property. and had evidently been ...
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. IVANHOE DEFEATS MALVERN HEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
BOWLS. IVANlH OE RECREATION ASSO. CIATIOn. IVANHOE DEFEATS MALVERN HEIGHTS. (By Sir Francis.) The local B team had a good win last 'atirday at Ivanhoe: as a matter of f:,. all the rinks were up. W. R. Bar .tow m1ade a good recovery in his game and at the middle stage he was 8 down. However, he wiped off his deficiency and finished three up. Gilpin was Baratow's lppnent i-Mr Gilpin has been a great benefactor to the game. Some years ago he formed the Thornbury green, and, for a small subscription annually, members were admitted. In addition to the bowl ing greens a large pavilion was provided, and in another hall there were several billiard tables, chess and draughts, and gymnastic and athletic sports. A few years ago Mr Gilpin, left the Thornbury district, and sold out his interest to the present Thornbury club. He now re sides at Malvern andagain has interes ted himself in the formation of a club at Malvern Heights. Having had experi ence in the formation of greens he is able to gi...
PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS. AN INTERESTING DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS. AN INTERESTINO DEBATE. A var interesting debate, the result of a chal lenge issued by Mr.. G. A. Maxwell to 31r. A. V. Greenwood; took place in the Ringwood Hall, Rllingwood, before a large audience, on Wednesday, 11th November. The subject for the debate was " That preference to unionists is undesirable," 31r. Maxwell arguing in the affrmative and S1r. Greenwood in the negative. Mr. A. T. Clarke occupied the chair, and there was a large and appreciative attend aice. liE. MAXWELL OPENS THE DEBATE. lIn. MAXWELL, who, on rising "to· address the meeting, was received with cdosiderable applause, said:--I am very glad to see .such a large audience here to-night, as it indicates the keen interest which is taken in the sub ject we are about to debate. Mr. Greenwood asked me to modify the original wording of the debate-" That preference to unionista is unsound in principle "-to " preference to imnionists is undesirable." If I hlud had my way I would have altered it ...
CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
.CIRICKET NOTES. The fifth round of matches in connec tion with the Heidelberg District Cric. ket Association commences this afternoon when interesting contests are anticipated. Heidelberg are at home to Ivanhoe, and the latter tgem hopes to chpck" ted vic torious career qf their opponents. "Nei tlter Fairfield nor Greeisborough have won a match, and the match commonc ing at Greensborough this afbternoon is to decide as to which team shall occupy the bottom rung of the premiership lad der. Both Alphington and Templestowe B have won two matches, and the fight at Alphiigton to commence on the for mer's ground this afternoon should be a very keen one. To-day Heidelberg B play a cne day's match at Hgidelberg agaiist the lSilver s?tar ?.C.
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
A.N.A. Under the chairmanship of Mr S. B. cRendle, President, the Ivanhod Heidel berg branch of the A.N.A. held its quar tcrly mcctiug on Tuesday evening, .24th instant;. A large number of members was in attendance. Dr. Bottomley, act ing for the board of directors, attended, and during the evening installed the of flice bearers, who are as follow: Presi dlent, Mr Will C. Joy, '"Stranraer," Ivanhoe; Vice-President, Mr H. A Wallace, Fairfield; ex-President, Mr 8. B. Rendle; Treasurer, Mr H. E. Dixon, Heidelberg; Assistant Secretary and Press Correspondent, Mr E. U. Berkley; Auditors, Messrs J. F. Morlis and G. A. Mill; Trustees, Mes~rs W. R. Bars tow, H E Kuorr, and S. B3. Rendle; conm mittee, Messrs W. R. Barstow, J. F. Coghlan, W. Irvin, P. J. Lester and G. A. Stanton; Metropolitan Committee Delegates, Messrs P. J. Lester, Cr F. S. Bryant, and Mr E. C. Berkley; Dele gates Annual Conference, Cr. R. G. Ball and Mlr W. R. Barstow .Dispensary Delegate, Mr C. Chamberlain. Dr Bot. tomlcy...
HEIDELBERG B. v RICHMOND MASCOTTE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
HEIDELBERG B. v RICHMOND MAB COTTE. :The above match, played last. Satur>. day at Heidelberg, resulted in anr excit ing finish, the visitors winning by eight runs. Scores: HEIDELBERG. G. Maling, b, Wilson ... ... 7 J. Murphy, b Wilson ... ... 6 3. Blair, c, b Wilson ... . ... 9 W. Walker, b Duun ... : ... 2 W. Evans,'e and b Bainbridge ... 34 A. Ward, b Dunn .......... 0 E. Barkway, c and b Dunn ... 2 G. Cooper, not out... ....... 26 E. Rouch, b Chadwick. ... .... 3 C. Wall, c and b Chadwick ... 0O T. Evans, not out ... ... . 3 Sundries -... .. . .., ;,.. 11 Total for 9 wickots... ... 103 RICHMOND. Wilson, c, b Maling ... ... 9 Dunn, c and b MIaling ... ... 12 Bainbridge, c, b Blair ... ... 16.: . Roberts, b Maling ... ... -... 9 Atkin, run out ... ... ... 15 Ryan, c, b Blair ... .... 0 .. 0, Chadwick, b Barkway ... McLeish, c, b Maling ... 1. Brown, not out ... ... Whelan, run out ... ... ...18 Sundries ... ... .. . .. Total... ... ... ... 113 Bowling: Wall, 0 for 25; Maling, 4 ...
WELCOME TO REV. C. P. LEE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
WELCOME TO REV. C. P. LEE. An enjoyable evening was spent in the Alphington Hall on Tuesday, 17th in stant, when a social was given to wel come the Rev. C. P. Lee, the newly ap pointed vicar to St. Jude's parish, Al. phington. About 150 people attended, including the Rev. Conner, Presbyterian Church, Fairfield; Rev. Buckley, Ghurch of England, Ivanhoe; Rev. Rowse, of the Methodist Church, Alphington; Rev. Long, Church of England, Fairfield, and the Rev. Knox, formerly vicar in charge of the parishes of Fairfield and Alphing ton. Rev. Knox occupied the chair. The social was opened with the singing of the national authem, and prayer. Miss Clara Hollow, who had arranged an in teresting musical programme, played as an overtnre, Sur le M-ir. Miss Evans sang two songs, Land of Hope and Glory, and The Carnival, in pleasing style. Miss Orders gave two very good recitations. Two Eyes of Grey, and the Death of Nelson, sung by Mr Peters, evoked much applause, as did the two recitations given b...
IVANHOE B v RICHMOND ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
IVANHOE By RICHMOND ROVEIRS. Ivanhoe- B commenced a match against Richmond Rovers on Saturday: They had first use of the wickets and at the close of the day's play had lost 8 for 196, W. Bryant topping the score with. 92. He is still undefeated and should reach the coveted century when play is resumed this afternoon. Scores IVANHOE. G. Blair, b Raly ...... ... 3 J. Barry, c, b Rowley .... ... 0 A. Mrann, b Rowley ...... 10 J. McKeown; run out ...- .' 22 W. Bryant, not out ..... 92 B. Crosby c, b Hart .. ... 4 F. Bryant, b MIitchell ... ...." 10 A. Williams, 1l.b.w., b King - ... 1 W. Davidson, b King ... ... 24 osonsn, not out ... -... ... 2 Sundries ... ... ... ... 28 Total for 8 wickets ,?... - ... 196
ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
ENTERTAINMENT. "The Warringals,',.the new Heidel berg Dramatic Club are in active pre paration with a new comedietta, "The Queen of Hearts," and we are promised a good laugh and an entertaining even ing on Saturday, 28th instant, at the Recreation Hall, Heidelberg. Much in ,trest iis being:taken.locally- in.,the pro !gress of the scenery to be be used, *as it is being made by three enterprising Hei delbergians for the "Warringals." An old favorite, "Freezing aM?other in Law," will also be given, and Miss Dorothy Humphreys, Mr Gerald Fitzmaurice and others are kindly assisting. Proceeds for Patriotic Fund. The name of Mr Rob Starling, who takes the part of the Vicar, has been left off the printed pro gramme. "It's a long, long way to Tipperary," but only five minutes' walk from the Heideiberg railway (station to the recreation hall.
OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v FITZROY JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
OTHER MIATCHES. IVANHOE v FITZROY JUNIORS. The Ivanhoo A team, whioh has a bye in the association, continued their match against the Fitzroy Juniors, and won by 153. Ashby made 72, his score includ ing eight fourers and two sixers. P. Berkley, 38 not out. Arthur Fox, 26, B. Graham, 22, and Thomson, 17, helped toswellthe total. Scres: FITZROY JUNIORS. First Innings ... .. ... 63 IVANHOE. -Arthur Fox ..... 25 Fox, sent. ...... ... 8 W. Ladner, ... ... .. . ... 5 A. Blacl~1ock .. . Thomipson, .. .. .. ..17 W. Coulson, 2 E.Ashby, . .' . 72 tF. Lawton,,.. . 2 B: Graham. . 22 P. Bcrkliey; n ou ? : .. 38 G. Baird, . .. . .. Sundrics ..a ... ... ... 14 Total ... . ... 1. 218