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First Ivanhoe Boy Troop. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
S: First Ivanhoe Boy Troop. -Thie above troop mustered in good force last Saturday afternoon, about 30 members being present. After hoisting and saluting the Union Jack, at the S w bewling green, they proceeded to the ::*'river, .Scout Master Biggs being in charge, to enjoy themselves in swimming :::: and rowing, these being the principle things indulged in while the weather is warm. The troop is fortunate in pos seasing two boats, which werelpurchased by the boys themselves. These boats are a source of great enjoyment to the boys. They are endeavoring to get a boat shed of their own, and hopes are en tertained that they will be able to do so. The troep has been in existence nearly 7 years, and has.now a roll of 40 mem bers. The interest taken in the troop is ` now better thau at any other time. The objects are to help others, and to do a good turn whenever they can. Further, they make themselves proficient uin sig salling, amnrbulance work, first aid, knot S tihg, swimming, life sa...
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. - The following is the list ot matches to be played : A. Grade. Feby. 20.-v. Ivanhoe, at Ivanhoe, March 6.?-v. Prestbn, at Preston. March 13.-v. Thorubury at Fairfield. March 20.-v. Northcote at Fairfield. March 27.-v. Ivanhoe at Fairfield. April 17.v. Preston at Fairfield. April 24.-v. Thornbury at Thornbury. May .l.--. Northcote at Northcotc. C. Grade. Febv.- 20.--v. Ivanhoe at Fairfield. ....?arch 6.-v. Preston at Fairfield. fMarch 13.-v. Thornbury at Thornbury. t :arch 20.-v. Northcote at Nortkcote. Marchi 27'.-v. Ivanhoe at Ivanhoe. April 17.--v. Preston at Preston. -April 24.-v. Thornbury at Fairfield. IMay 1.-v. Northcote at Fairfield.
SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
SECOND ROUND. 23rd and 30th January. Heidelberg v. Templestowe A Iranhoe v. Greensborough -·' Templestowe B v. Fairfield Alphington v. Diamond Cireek 6th and 13th February. Templestowe A v. Alphington Greensborough v. Templestowe B Fairfield v. Ivanhoe Diamond Creek v. Heidelberg 20th and 27th February. Ivanhoe v. Templestowe A Heidelberg v. Greensborough Alphington v. Fairfield Templeetowe B v. Diamond Creek 6th and 13th March. Fairfield v. Heidelberg Diamond Creek v. Ivanhoe Tempiestowe A v. Templestowe B Greensborough v. Alphington 20th and 27th. March. "Diamond' Creek v. Templestowe A - Fairfiell v. Greensberough : Ivaalloe v. Heidelberg Templestowe B v. A tphington ; .-·-- -' ?.lches_..o.be played on first-named club'. ('s~ " ground.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 November 1914
:Dr. Basil J. Adam " WURROOK," IVANHOE. -. Hours 9 to 10 a.m., 7' to8 p.m. SBaturdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 a,m. Vabcination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 pm, ' Visits FAIRFIELD daily 11 am. (Sun days excepted. Messages may be left at Mr McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Station street. DR II. KIIRWAN KING RIEIDELBERG. May be Consulted Daily, 9 to 11 a in Visits : Eltham-Mondays, 2 p.mn, Greensborough-Mondaya, 4 p in; and Thursdays, I p,m,. Diamond Creek-Thursdays (Oddfellows Ball), 2,30 pm. D R. RO L LA S ON OF HEIDELBERG . VISIT8 -ErTanu, . Tuosdays, 12 noon. GaEussoRnoUon; Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m Diamond ORCKs; Fridays, 3 P.m. : -R. E. B, HEFFERNAN .. _Has Cnwnienced Practice YAR~Ik ETI EPTALP'1NGTOR And at .. t?n a ': : ·." .... · F· A 1 R F PI I ' iva Hospital i . ygirtered.) " K,, UhA, tHEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANH OE-Close Station. Patients accommodated boforo and after accouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention FEES--Two and a halt Guineas. Visiting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certificated.) SI...
HEIDELBERG B v. SILVER STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
HEIDELBERG B v. SILVER STAR. The above matcI, played last Satur. day, resu.ted ij a win for Heidelberg by 64 runs on the first innings. To-day Heidelberg commences a two days' match against the Hardware C. C. at Heidel berg. HEIDELBERG. J. Blair, b Swain ... .,.... 3 Iurhpy, not out ... .. . ... ? N;~·. W. Walker, b Paton ... ... 1 G. Cooper, c, b Paton ... .... 14 Shearn, b Paton ... 1... ... 19 Barkaway, b Paton .... ... 0 Rouch, b Corr ... ... ... 15 Irwin, not out ... ... ... 13 Sundries ... ... ... .. 8 Total for 7 wickets... ... 118 SILVER STAR. First Innings, Dickson, c, b Murphy ... .. 14 Mitchell, c and b Shearn ... ... 5 Paton, c, b Murphy . . Swain, run out ... .. . 1 James, b Blair ... .. .. 10 Corr, b Blair. . .. .. .. 6 C. Twomey, run out ... 0. Knell, c, b Shearn ... ,.. ... 1 B. Twomey, c, b Shearn ... . 0 Evans, not out ... ... .. McLean, c, b Shearn .. .. 1 Sundries .. ... .. ... 5 Total... ... ... . Second Innings. . : Paton, not out ... ... 19 Corr, b Blair ... ....
OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v RICHMOND ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
OTHEIR MIATCHES: IVANIfO0E v RIOH1OND. 1CYFBiQS. The above matoh, concluded at Ivan h14 on Saturday, was won by the home team by an innings and 102 runs. W. Bryaut, who was 92 not out on the pre vious Saturday, brought his score to 105, and was not out when the innings was declared closed. To-day Ivanhoe B13 commences a two days' matjA against the Fitzroy .opyr0. Score' IVANHOE. Blair ... ... ....... ... 3 Barry ... ... ... J. MIcKeown .. ... ... 22 A. MIann ... .. ... ... 10 W. Bryant, not out ,· .105 Crosby 4 F. Bryant .:. 10 Williamsbn .;;: ..;4 Monson .2. .." , Alex Fox, not out ... .''. ... 10 8undries? ... ... . .... Total for 8 wickets .;; . 221 RIOHMOND ROVERS., First Innings .... ... ... 4, Second Innings ...-... ... 75 Bowling: IMann, 5 for 25; Fox, 3 for 11; MicDonald, 2 for 21: F. Bryant, 2 for 0; Crosby, 2 for 18; Williams, 1 for 8; Barry, 1 for 8.
CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. The round of matches in connection with the above, commenced on Saturday, is proving very interesting. Ivanhoe put together a respectable total against unbeaten Heidelberg, who are somewhat behind at the close of Saturday's play. Greensborough are leading against Fair field, and Templestowe are in a winning position against Alphington. ALPHINGTON v TEMIPLESTOWE B. Alphington, batting first, put together 91 against Templestowe B, Pitcher and Gilding being tile chief contributors. Templestowe's response was 66 for the loss of 3 wickets, Williamson and the reliable Fitzsimons being chiefly respon sible. The finish to-day should prove interesting. The following are the scores ALPLHINGTON. E. Hughes, a Hill, b Fitzsimons... 0 Pitcher, c Mullins, b Williamson 38 H. Burrows, b Hill ... ... 9 WV. Studley, b Hill... ... ... 4 C0 Tresize, c Hill, b Williamson... 0 CG., Whitcher, b Hill .... ... 0 G. Pitcher, a MIullins, b Fitasimons 8 B. Gilding, not out ... ....
Falrfield Croquet Club. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
Fairfield Croquet Club. ~ie 4gcal club piayed a friendly match agaltst 'the Brighton Ieach COraquet Club on Thursday, November 26th, at BIrighton, and were beaten by 11 points. Considering the Brighton club comprises first grade players, the result of the Smatch goes to show the good form the local club is attaining. On November 21st the Carlton ladies visited Fairfield, and the home team won by 22 points. (mbers ar~e notified that entries ? 'ls ofit bebp ? tih,: for' 'li ?l~b' tourna. Heidelberg Progress Association meeoots in Soots' hall next Monday night.
GREENSBOROUGH v. FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
GREENISBOROUGH v. FAIRF'-IS.D Fairfield will find it necessary to put togethe~r a respectable score mn their second innings to-day and dispose pose of their opponents very quickly if they wish to keep off the bottom rung of the premiership table. Present indica tions point in the direction of a win for Greensborough. Scores EEitat Inning;, Elasey, bowled - .. ... ... 7 MIounsey, bowled ... - ...... 0 Classon, caught ... .. ... 283 Sheehy, caught and bowled ... 0 KIuevitt, bowled ... ... ... 12 MIurphy, bowled ... ... ... 0 Phillips, bowled ... ... ... 6 Neal, run out ... . Perry, bowled 0.,; Keliwood; iiot out .:8 .. Blakely, run out .. .. 0. Bgndriqs' ...... ... Total ,,, ... ..... 58 Bowling: Elliott, 1 for 12; Thomas, 6 for 29; Brown, 1 for 10. - Second Inuings. M?ounsoy, bowled ... , " .. Sheehy, bowled .. " ,,, .: 16 Knovitt, howled 2, ::: Eai~d not out' .,; .;; ... 11 Periy, nbt out* .. ..; ..; 4 Total for 3 wickets.., . Bowling: Starling, or 12; Thomas, 3 for 16. GRBEENSBOROU...
HEIDELBERG v IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
IIHEIDELBERG v IVANHOE, Ivanhoe batted first against Heidel. berg and put together 145, Fox brother., Ashby, and Beauchamp being the double figure scorers. L. May and Cooper bowled best for Heidelberg, and that team lost 3 wickets for 29 before time was called. Scores- IVANHOE, G. Fox, b Cooper ... ... ... 47 A. Fox, c F. May, b L. May ... 11 E. Ashby, b L. MIay ... ... 83 E. Berkley, b L. May ... .0 W..Ladner, b Cooper ....... 2 1. IoKeown, b Cooper ..' .. 5 A. Graham, b F. MIay ... ... 9 J. Beauchamp, st Young, by L. MIay22 A. Smith, b Cooper ... ;... 2 G. Baird, not out ... ... ... 8 -C, Holt, o Cooper, b L. Lay ... 0 Sundries ....... .. ... 11 Total.. ...... ... .15 ,Bowling : L. Maly, 4~q ( .1; Bond, 0 for. q4; Johnnion, U for 17; Cooper, 4 for 833 F. ,ay,; 1 fo 9. HIEIDELBERG, W. Bond, h Fox ,., 4, .. 4 H. Young, run out... ... ... 5 F. Iay-, l.b.w., b Ashby ...... 2 G. Proctor, not out... ... .... . WV. Duxxon, not out ... ... 1 Sundries ...... ... ... 8 Total for 3 wicket .....
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
IEEIDELBERG DISTRICT PATRI OTIC FUND. On Thursday afternoon lart a meeting of the committee of the above w'as held, a general meeting being also held. The secretary, Mrs Stirling, reported tlihat £101 had been received in donations, add £76 had been spent in material. The £25 remaining to be kept in the bank until next year. To date, f.gtal of 2040 garments have been sent to the Lorp Mayor's Fund. Boxes are to be placed at the Heidelberg, Ivanhoe Al phington and Pairfield railway stations, on Thursday and Friday next for the re beipt of articles of towels, pillow slips, handkerchiefs, old linen, or anything else that might prove.useful to the soldiers, Mrs J. Coate, wie of the President of the shire, was elected chairwoman, vice Mrs H. Burrell, who had accepted the position temporarily. The next meeting will be held the first week in March. A vote of thanks was passed o t?.e "News" for publishing reports, O'Cal laghan and Sons; for free carriage of parcels to the City, the different...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
Will the Cut be Right, tooP PTERHAPS you haven't given that impor'tanat aspect consideration. Too masny men, alas, pay little or no heed to lthe cq?tt~i~g ou their uits. They; cdnsidi qdtiality and ashion ot matcrial mosft ri'ieally. I-t the all-isiportahilt-tho vital point-is passed over. A badly-out 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. Sa d - Skilled cutting and faultless quality materials, combined l aw r with keen desire to give you absolute satisfaction i' .yalue and I durability, are a few reasons why otr suits appeal to particular men, . . ee us about your ne~v suit: S, ' There's a~unmistakable imprint of conscientious workmanship JVU;Ia~ liQi .about our suits that you' will find only in high-priced suits else. . . .. " " where. The new materials are conspicuous by thoir rare richness pd. d4!jsiictionesse their quality an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
E. A. KNELL, IVANHOE SWORN VALUATOR & .ESTATE AGENT. Ring up 77 (HeIDtELBERO) for Insnrance Policy againetBURGLARbY, AccIDENT alt Lhts ... . Cheap Villa Allotmenta in splondid p sition . Eavo y ur Furniture protected against- --- F I R E HAYSTACKS inspected at Shortest No tice, and Covasn NOTEs issued on he spA House, Land, and Estate Agents. 5. G. YOUREN & SON, ALPHINGTON, SHOPS, VILLAS, and ALLOTMENTS IN ALL PARTS OF TEE DISTRICT FOR SaLE and TO LET, Wm. Bradshaw & Sons ESTATE AGENTS. DESIRE to arinotince that they are opening an Ofice at IVANHOE for the transaction of all classes of Real Estate Business in Ivanhoe aud surrounding dis tricts. Particulars of Properties For Sale or To Let will be Welcomed. We will inspect properties and place same on our register immediately. WM. BRADSHA\V AND SO6Ns Clifton Bill and Ivanlhoe (near Fire Station) Phone-Central 5402. Robson & Downie House, Land, & Insurance Agents, Corner Gillies StreetRand Railw...
St. Paul's Girls' Athletic Club. ENJOYABLE ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
St. Paul's Girls' Athletic Club. ENJOYABLE ENTERTAINMENT. A highly appreciated en~tertainment took plade in the Fairfield Hali zo Thursday night last, and the organisers, the young ladies of the club, deserve to be congratulated upon the successful re sults achieved. The talent displayed by the :performers is proof that Fairfield can boast artists equal to any in the dis trict, The programme included such varied items as singing, dialogues, reci tations, and physical exercesef. Special mention.must be made of the splendid exhibition of marching by the girls, and this showed .the splendid training they had received at the hands of their teacher, Miss L. Newton. Miss Ada Crabb presidod at the piano. A very pretty dialogue, entitled "The Fairfield Baby Show" was given by Misses Given, Kimpton, Dolly Nye, Mamie Burrowes, Eileen Dickenson, and Fiorrie Crabb, the latter acting as judge. Aniother dialogue, by the mem bers of St. P.G.A.G,, ?.?dtl'd, "Men not Wianted," was rendered in a vay:...
IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. OPENING OF THE NEW PAVILION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
IVANHOE RECEATION ASSO CIATION. OPENING OF THE NEW PAVILION. (By Sir Fraucis.) There was a remarkably fine atten dance of members of the association at the new pavilion last Saturday, the company numbering about 200. The surroundings were in good order, and the ladies assisted to make the new premises look as well as possible. There are three roomsin the building, the west ward one being reserved for the gentle men, the middle as a club room, and the eastern room reserved for the ladies. The club room is a fine hall, with a raised seat round, and the centre space has been set aside for a billiard table, special red gum studs having been built in the floor. There is a servery from which refreshments can be supplied on to the extensive verandah that surrounds the pavilion, or can be had from another window that opens into the club hall. Wash-hand basins have been inserted, the water laid on, and the plumbing work has been done on the lines required by the Metropolitan Board of Works. ...
IMPROVING TEMPLESTOWE PARK [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
IMPROVING TEMPLESTOWE PARK At the meeting of the Templestowo shire council on 'Tuesday night, Novem ber 24, a communication was receivedc rom iti members of Templestowe park b?enis club, offering to grub whole oi uriars and furze inside pines in park for £8, and also algreeung to grub closed •"oad oil nolrth side of park for £4. Cr. McNamara introduced a deputation from the club, and Mr. W. J. lRoss spoke on its belohlf. He Said the menm bers desired to give their assistance in clearing off the briars, which were an eyesore in the reserve, and they had therefore decided to form a "working bee." The price was low enough for the quantit.y of work .to be done, and in consideration of them having already spont £32 on the tennis courts, without codnting their work. That was now the council's property. They would clear off the briars, and all the money received for same would be spent on the park.-Mr-. E. P. Sheahan (secrc tary of the club) also supported Mar. Ross' remarks.-Or. Mciamara ...
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY INTERESTING DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS SOCIETY INTERESTING DISCUSSION. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday evening last, Mr Oscar Sheriff, president, being in the chair. NOTICE BOARD. Stott and Bastings wrote, stating they would be pleased to allow the Society's notice board to be placed on the north side of their premises in Station street. It was decided to thank the firm for their kindness Cr Coate volun teered to have the board placed in position, and Mr Bryning said he would write the sign. TOWN PLAWNING. A letter was read from the Vic torian Town Planning and Parks Association, forwarding capies of constitution, an'l- recommendations in regard to town planning in Vic toria. If this met with the approval of the association, it was invited to affiliate with the first mentioned body. It was desired that the asso ciation would assist by adopting a resolution in respect to the following recommendations, and at the same time arrange for copies to be sent to the Premier, the Press...
GREENSBOROUGH. PROPOSED SANITARY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
GREENSBOROUGH. PROPOSED SANITARY SERVICE. (From Our Correspondent.) A largely attended public meeting was held in the local fechabite Hall on Srtur day evening last to consider the above ques-. tion. Cr A. H. Price was voted to the chair. In his opening remarks, the chair man said that it was common report that the progressive society had first agitated in the matter. This was nota fact. Some one in the township had written direct to the Board of Health, with the result that an officer had been sent to investigate and re port. As they were all well aware, the re pert denanded instant attention to the matter, and to save the residents from con templated drastic action by the board, with a consequent maximum of expense, the secretary. directed by the committee of the progress society, called a public meeting, which was presided over by Cr. White. It was decided to request the shire council to arrange a sanitary service, and to discover the estimated cost of the single and double pan s...
TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 5 December 1914
TIEMPLESTOWE SHIRE GOUNCIL. T1his council met at the shire hall, Templestowe, on Tuesday T--vening, M.:'ovember 21, there being in attenu : - ance:-Crs. Sloan (president), Petty ''rezise, Hunter, McNamara, and - .pee rs. Ex-Cr. Hodgson was accom mo. dated with a seat at the table. Correspondence. .. From shire of Warragul, soliciting co-operation in protesting against pro .posal of government to re-distri?but electorates in state parliament, whereby seven soatd will be taken from country, and added to metropolis.-Cr. Hunter mov?od, and Cr. Trezise seconded that the council support Warragul shire, aid scretary communicate with repre sentative elect of Evolyn.-Carried. I rom H. Carter, applying for per mission to cut and remove any timber on roadway leading to block 2 of Par won's gully sulxlhviion, Warrandyte, sribject to orown royalty of any tiinber which he may use or riequireo also ask ing if it-is intention of counml to make sioh roadway in near future.-The pre idont said this wi...