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ALPHINGTON SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

ALPHINGTON SWIMMING CLUB. The annual meeting of the above club was held in the Alphington Hall on No. vemnber 18th. The attendance was not as large as was expected, there being only about 40 members present. Mr La Franz was voted to the chair. The balance sheet for last season was road by the Treasurer, Mr La Prenz. It showed a credit balance of £7 10s 3d. As the club was only formed last season, this was considered a very satisfactory position. The main item of expendi t;ure was the erection of a dressing room, staging, spring boards, etc. This was partly covered by the grant of £10. Tke electionio of oflice-bearers resulted in Mr Hall being elected president, Mr La Frenz treasurer, and Mr J. R. Knight secretary. The meeting closed with bright prospects for another good finan cial and pleasant season.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ALPHINGTON v GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

ALPHINGTON v GREENBBOROUGH. The above match resulted in a win for Alphington by 9 wickets. and 2 runs. Greensborough, with one man absent, scored 6' in tLe first'iunings, and their opponents had lost two wickets for 98 at the conclusion of the first day's play. Continuing on Saturday, Alphington : doclared" with 6 down for 152. In their second attempt, Greensborough, with no less than four absentees, did a little better in scoring 97, Reeves, 52 not out, doing best for his side. Scores: GREENSBOROUGH. First Innings ... ... . ... 67 Second Innings. A. Brown, b Hughes ... ... 10 F. Starling, 1.b.w.? b Biddiscombe !3 P· Blliott: b PCitchc? " 2 P.F:Ely:,absent: .; .. ... O D. Dawson, c Hughes, b:Whitcher 0 J. Beole, c Biddiscombe, b Pitcher 5 J. Creichton, b Whitcher ... ... 7 SW. Thomas, absent .. ... O R. Goodall, abseint... ... ... . O ?I. Coghlan. .bsent ..... D. IReevcs, not out...- ... ... 5' Sundries ... ... ... 8 Total ... ... . .. . . Bowling :-Whitcher, 2 for 4:; Hughes, 1 for...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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LOCAL PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

LOCAL PATRIOTIC FUND. An important committee meeting of the Heidelberg District Patriotic Fund will be held on Thursday, 3rd December at 3 p.m., in the Ivanhoe Hall. A pub. lie meeting will follow at 3.30. All ladies of the district are kindly minvited to attend. Those ladies who have taken material for [shirts, vests, scarves, etc., are asked to do their best to have the garments delivered at the meeting on Thursday afternoon, as it is desired to have the clothing sent in to the Mel-: bourne Town Hall as soon as possible. SmallAdonations will be. gratefully re ceived. Towels, pillow cases, sox or cuffs are useful gifts, for the Red Cross or Patriotic Fund. The following dona tions have been received for the Red Cross Fund: Mrs Champion, pair sheets, 12 pillow cases, and 2 pairs socks; Mrs Pyrer, pair blankets, towels and pillow cases; Mrs Omerod, Balaclava caps, sox and 12 pairs mitten. Parcels of old linen have been received from Mrs W. ILennedy, Mrs Fairweather, Mrs Omerod, and M...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG v FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

HEIDELBERG v FAIRFIELD. Heidelberg easily defeated Fairfield on Saturday. The winners have a for midable "battery " in May and Kelso, who bowled unchanged throughout both innings. Since the beginning of the season May has obtained 25 wickets at a cost of 4.8 runs per wicket, and Kelso has taken 15 wickets at a cost of 6.1 for each wicket. Scores: HEIDELBERG. W. Bond, run out ... .. ... 13 'J. Dean,-b Perry ... - -- . ...-O?'-0? H. Young, b Sheehy ... .. 2 W. Duxxon, c Kineovitt, bNeal .;. 19 L. MLay, c Knevitt, b Neal . 17 A. Cooper, b Jenkins ... ... 4 G. Proctor, not out ... . 12 H. Hart, b Sheehyv... ... ... 18 L. Kelso, c Classon, b Perry 7... W. Walleb Perry... ... ... O A. Johnson, absent... ... ... ?O Sundries ......... .11 Total... .. ... ... 103 Bowling : Perry, 3 for 35; Sheehy, 2 for 12; Mlounsey, 0 for 12; Jenkins, 1 for 20; D. Neal, 2 for 15. FAIRFIELD. First Inpiiigs .,, .. ,,, 85 Second Innings. C. lEascy, b May ... . ... A. Jenkins, b Kelso ... ... 1 A. MLounsey, b M...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

Dairy Produce and Small Goods Shop, GEO.E TODD E "EGS toannounce that he has opened --" : = s ' u: ? wa ?D-A?.' AND .SHALI; GOODS SHOP in HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE, 1. (opposite Eades, Stationer) where may be obtained the best brands of Western District Butter, Famous Leura; also Gippsland brands: Hutton's Hams and Bacon's and Small Goods, New Laid Eggs, Honey, Cheese, Lard, &c. GOODS DELIVERED. FOR Al?d SIGHT TROUBLES yOU shOULD" CONSULT fA- SIBLY 95 JOHNSTON '5T2 COLLINGWOOD S(mtsA WwLUNCTon STRr CAMERAS & PHOTOGRAPHIC lb UIPJLIL...TOCKCD.@ SHousekeepers I Do you know It PAYS YOU to g4VB VOUR FAT&BONES COLLECTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICOT. S !g est Prices (Ilyen and Poet Card to E. B. Roth, TEMPILESTOWE BOILING DOWN WORKS. ROBERT DICK, MsjQ!4S Decoratger, Importe' of Window (iass, Pape~r. hangings, and all Painters' Requisites, . as EQto intimate that 'he has Moved his Buainee to premises lately occu ie' by Mk lfac4 " IETDELPpBQ BOAD, . IVANhOE., S Phone...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

CI) DCets. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TELEPHONE-Heidelberg 67M. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. /STATE ELECTIONS. The general eleztions were held throughout Victoria on Thursday, and the result of the poll leaves the parties almost as they were before the elections. The Honorable J. G. Membrey, the retiring representative f'or Jika Jika, was returned by a majority of about 1500.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

Bereavement Notice.r -R ad MRS-E.--,LTrAN- desire to th express their warmest thanks for the many expressions of sympathy in their recent and sad bereavement. "MIcIvor," Cape Street, Heidelberg.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. Saturday last saw the conclusion of the fourth round of matches in connec. tion with the above. Heidelberg is how the only unbeaten team, and they have a strong eleven, with good reserves to draw from. The competition has proved a great success up to date, and some stirring matches should be witnessed be fore the season ends. TEMIPLESTOWE Av TEMIPLESTOWE B The above match, continued from last Saturday, resulted in a decisive win for the A team by an innings and 82 runs. The winners closed their innings with 9 wickets down for 228 runs. Against this formidable total the B team could only manage 95. Following on, they scored even less in their second innings, being all out for 51. Scores TEMPLESTOWE A. C. Johnson, b Rhodes 3... ... 3 J. Mullens, b Rhodes ... ... 2 .q. Rasmussen, c Cashen, bi Wil liamson... ... ... ... 26 T. Cashen, c Paroission, b Rhodes 17 J. Sheahan, c Cashen, b Williuam son ... ... ... ... 7 M. Cashen, c Paroission, b Rhodes 31 L. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

GO TO) GMISS PARKER SCOSTUMIERE, I--= ' -HEIIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE AT EME11RY'S DR.APERY1 ESTABLISH -t ENT T:o haTve your Summer Frock Made. . . -.::-.:~ : ' - .-( IAT.NTY Fashions, Correct St3yles, and :Li -. . Good Workmanship. POSTAL TUITION. * * Zercho's tEACHI SUCCECSSFUJLLY, in your own time and.in, your own home, The iMa?y hundreds of Satisfied and Suc " '.cesful Students throughout Australia are i i -?.-: -eloquent :testimnony to the Superiority "' d .-Thloroighiiess of our Courses of In .. truction, which have been compiled by and are Taught by Experts, We also COACH for all Public SExaminations. V Wite immediately for descriptive pam phlt -'; " Sit:ate subjects in which you are intercsted. .J. W. BROWN, 1st -CLASS : E::-C Ei:FICA ED PLUMBER, S Heidelberg _ Road, Ivanhoe. , : .-?. :: . Hi ide I bea r ? oe .: S.(Late inspector M.M.B.W.) ST??I? .\TES CGIVI.'N FOR LAYING ON HOT OR COLD WATER. ··£ ?lI:.L I::i 1 G'-!l''. .n . Bi ellifitting, Iron, Copper and *: I-cm i cedlberg I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

Quality at Moderate Prices. Tht'3s the. keynoto of WaArop's Tjiroring and !4ercery. If it ap peals to you, you are certain to be pleased when you make Wardrop your Tailor and Outfitter. Samples of newest Suitings post free on re Corner Smith and Johnston Sti~t! Collingwood, and at Elizabeth-st, opposite G.P.O., MIe1gap Will the Gpt be Right, tooP P IREIAPS you haven'~.given that important aspect consideration. Too many men, L alas, pay little or no lheed to the cutting oJ their suits, They consider quality and ashion of material most critically, but the all-important--the vital point-is passed over. A badly-cut suit made of the world's best woollens will never give satisfaction to men who are particular. Here you are assured of quality and style of material, and-quality and style plus skilled cutting. Skilled cutting and fasltless qualtvy nqteri~qs, co.bined • 2, ·t. keeg de.ire to gi?e y ,b a.so 'to ''istssacton in value and U U g dprhbility, age a few reasons why ogr suits appeal ...

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

PITH AN) POINT.Y-., Under the auspices of St P ulls, Church of EThgland, Fairfield, a National Fefe will be held in the fairfiell hall on 8aturday afternoon and eveniug, December 5th. 411 concerned are making every effort to bring the fete to a successful issue. There will be a number of stalls, and interesting compe titions spould help to draw the large atten. dance aeiicipated. A Bay Concert will be hold in the Fair. field Rec'eation Reserve oa Thursday evening text. Nurses I. and E. Haudley announce that they havropcned a private nursing home at Diamond Creek. In brinuing under notice the really fine display oiBlouses in Hattanm's wiudows, we would exiess our entire approval of the showing, $ regards daintiness land value. Every lad interested (and what lady isn't?) should a fail to view the array" '' The .ew .Figure! " One sees it on "' The BlC31 '-at the theatres-it is dis phlayed in he papers, and the corsets most adlipted b the new figure are the "Arlei can Lad)': Seo theim a...

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HEIDELBERG DISTRICT BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

HEIDELBERG DISTRICT BAND. Sir,-I must again encroach upon your - space, and reply to MIr Joy's letter in your issue of 21st instant, under the above hecading. Mr Joy terms my letter a most ill-informed one. Yet, in his reply he only touches on one item in my letter (and that of least importance) which can be called into question, viz., my reference to the Iv. anhoe Hall. Mr Jdo says this is in no way connected with the A.N.A. If this is-so, I, stand corrected, and -a apparently the dblc toral officer has yet to be informed !o' the:' fact. It is not a fact that I wished for si. lence on the matter of the increaos of the fee from £2 2s to £3 3s. I consider I said sufticient on this point in my previous let ter. But if MIr Joy wishes for more, well and good. He also says the band wishes to make £3 3s out of charity. Such is not the case. The band has no such desire. It was not satisfied with the reason put forward by the A.N.A. for their desire to depart from the usual custom. That was...

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PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL. PREPARATIONS AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL., PREPARATIONS AT FAIRFIELD. Arrangements are wvell in hand for the monster patriotic carnival to be held in the Fairfield recreation re. prye on .atUrday afternoon and evening. December oth. Up to the time of going to press, 27 clubs, so cieties and associations have in terested theiuselves in the matter, and the elaborate arrangements that are being made should help to make the carnival the most successful that has been held in the shire. Probably, most interest will centre on the "March to Berlin and the capture and banishment of the Kaiser." The 25th (Collingwood) Infantry, Royal Australian Engineers and the St. John Ambulance Associ ation are combining to bring this event to a successful issue. During the action, machine guns will be brought into play, and the public will be given an opportunity of wit hessing pontoon bridge building and field ambulance work. In connec tion with the above event, the com piittee are endeavoring to obtain the ?cato~i of the Min...

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Russian Consul's Address. WAR TO LAST 2 YEARS LONGER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

I Russiau OwisUl's Address. WAR TO LAST 2 YEARS LONGER. At the D amatic Club's entertain ment in the Ivanhoe Hall on Satur day night, an address was delivered by the Consul-General for Russia, and as it was of special interest we here give it in extenso. Hs Excellency, who was intro duced by Mr Eiseman, President cf the Club, said that it was very diffi cult to speak about the war So much had been said about it that the greatest orator would find it dif ficult to say anything new. Bat if they could not find anything new to say, they could say this. and repeat it every day: The Allies had not en t-red upon this war in a mercenary spirit. (Applaiuse.) In fact, they had not entered into the war at a'l -it had been forced upon them. But now that the sword had been forced into their hand it would not he uasheathed until they had w .n And they wer e going to win-he was sure of that. (Applause.). But be fore they did win, many sacrifices would have to be made. Speaking from a knowledge of ...

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IVANHOE DRAMATIC CLUB. SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

IVANHOE DRAMATIC CLUB. SUCCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. On Saturday night last the Ivan hoe Hall was crowded to the doors, when an entertainment was give!) by the Ivanhoe Dramatic Club, in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund. The promoters must.have felt gratified at the success wlhich attendedl their ef forts, a sulbstantial sum h.,ving been realised. An attraction was the ap pearance on the stage of Mr Eugene Ossipoff, late of the Grand Opera Moscow. The Consul-General f.r Russia. Mlr A. N. D'Abaza, attende I and delivered an address during the evening. He was recived at the entrance by a detachment of B y Scouts, who formed a guard of honor. He was loudly cheered as he entered the hall. The proceedings opened with the singing of the National Anthem, by the audience, after which the overfure was played 'by the Iv anhoe Orchestra. Then followed a patriotic play, T'he Admiral Speaks. The action of the play is calculated to teach the duty that men and women owe to th; it coun try in this time of...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SAD FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

SAD FATALITY. Mvr and Mrs E. L.-Van, of Cape street, Heidelberg, lost their little son, Frank, aged 15 months, under peciliarly sad circumstances on Friday evening of last week. While the family were at tes, the child toddled out into the yird alone. When the father followed a few minutes later, he found him uncon scious with his head downward in a bucket zontaining a few inches of water, into which the little fellow had evidently fallen. Hastily picked him up he rushed off to the surgery of Dr Rollason, who could only pronounce life extinct. A magisterial inquiry was held on Saturday morning by Mr M. A. Macldod, J.P., who returned a verdict of accidental death. Much sympathy has been ex pressed for the bereaved parents. The funeral took place in the afternoon at Heidelberg cemetery, the ReIv. Alex. Hardie conducting the service. Let us do your Job Printing. It will be to our mutual benefit. ·· ·- · . ,

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FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB, Q. Saturday last the members of the above club visited Malvern-Caulfield at Caulfield. The green proved to be the fasjtest played on during the season, and although Guerrero's and Kelton's rinks kept level with their opponents, being down 7 and 8 respectively, Burston and Butcher were no match for their oppo. n:cnts, being beaten by 18 and 2l. 1Pair. field were down at the giah by 58, Scores--. MALVERN-CAULFIELD. 1, Gilbert, Evans, Chahlmer, Munn ,,, 32 2. WVhitc, Bakewell, Francis, Gill .,, 40 8. Edgar; McCutcheon, Wg;oe Hard. -ham ... .. ... ... 382 't \\ard~loe?wobogh', Foster, McFar. .l.. .....................20 Tot'al ' ,. ...... .. 130 P AIRF'IELD. 1. Barke, McLaren, Linegar, Burston 14 2. MIartin, Kimpton, Cartledge, Butcher 15 3. Alexandor, Emery, Clay, Kelton ... 24 4. LcMasurior, Bosloy; Crabb, Guerrero 19 Total ... ... ... . ... 72

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. WANDERING ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. VWe do not hold ourmelvt responible feor, or identify ourselves with, the opinitms expressed by our oorresponden WANDERING ANIMALS. Sir,-I wish to draw attention to the large numbers of sheep and cattle that are straying about the district. Arriving home last night, I found nodess than 20 sheep in my front garden. I think it time that the authorities took steps to put a stop to the nuisance.-Yours, etc., RATEPAYER. Ivanhoc, November 27th, 1914.

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IVANHOE BOWLING CLUB. Pennant Fixtures, 1914-15. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

IVANHOE BOWLING CLUB. Pennant Fixtures, 1914-15. Novcmber 28.-B, open; C, open. December 5.-Br open; C, open. December 12.-B, Cao berwell, at Ivanhoe; December 10-B, at Essendon: C. at Ivanhoe. December 26.-B, open; C, open. 1915. January 2.--B, open: C, open. January 9.-, opet Kew; C, enAscot Vale, at • zYnllsJ •_ January 16.-B, Thornbury, at Ivanhoe; C, at S.M.C.C. Tanuary 23.--B, bye; C, bye. January 30.-B, open; C, open. February 6.-B, Carlton, at Ivanhoe; C, at Fairfield. February 13. -B, t Malvern Heights; C, S'rapcess Park, at Ivanhoe. J".. Jika Jika Competition, -February 20.-Fairfield, at Ivanhoe. February 27.--Thernbury, at Ivanhoe. March 6.-Northcote, at Ivanhoc. March 13.--At Preston.

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RED, WHITE AND BLUE. CAKE AND APRON FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914

RED, WHITE AND BLUE. CAKE 4LTD APRON FAIR. A Cake.'and Apron Fair, under the auspices of Scots' Church, Heidelberg, was held in the school hall last Saturday afternoon and evening, and, judged by the suc'bess achieved the congregation evidently agreed with the following sen timents recently expressed by the moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria- " Living as we are in a time of.stress and strai' caused by war and drought, all classes art call. ipqn to sacrifice; but It is to be hoped the -Church and its work willnot be allowed to suffer." F or a considerable time the promoters have devoted their leisure. in preparing for the fair; busy heads plan ning and willing hands working, and the result was a number of gaily-decorated, well-arranged, and plentifully.provided -stalls, containing a fine collection of useful and ornamental articles. In keeping with the patriotic spirit of the times, the fair was designated "Red, White, and Blue," these colors pre dominating in the decor...

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