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FAIRFIELD v TEMPLESTOWE A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
FAIRFIELD v TE\f PLEBTOWE A. The above match was resumed at Alphington on Saturday. Templestowe had lost 5 for 130 on the previous Satur day, but on resuming they were quickly disposed oi, G?eilti? gB'tin?" 4 for 7. Fdirfield, in their second innings, made a poor stand, and were disposed of for 32 Fitzsimons obtained 10 for 26 during the match. The following are the scores rJEMPBIE8TOWli A. L. Beale, a and b Perry .. 7 L. Fitzsimons, c Classon, b Jenkins 11 a. Riddell, c Sheehy, b Jenkins ... 9 T. Cashen, l.b.w. b Perry .. 18 J, Hodgson, c Classon, b Perry .. 21 E. Sheahan, l.b.w., b Jenkins .'.. 50 J. Sheahan, c Olasson, b Jenkins 34 N. Cashen, a Mounsey, b Jenkins 3 Rasmussen, c and b Jenkins . 4 MIullins, hit wicket, b Perryr 1 Ghivers. ntuiioun uidries .. . ..... 7 Total., . 14T Bowling: Perrx, 40foe 8: Jenkins, 8 for 38 ; Sheehy, 0 for 28; MIounsey, '0 for 12;, Easey, 0-for 9; Ricluhmond, 0 for8; Cart ledge, 0 for 11. FAIRFIELD .": First, Innings .... ..... 5 Second Innings.:-"...
NEW CHURCH OF ENGLAND VICARAGE, FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
NEW CHURCH OF ENGCLAND VICARAGE, F~AIRFIELD, Last 8aturday afternoon ii veoy pleas. iug ceremony was performed, by Den Godby (in the absence of the Archbishop of. Melbourne) in dedicating the now vicarage at Fairfield. It is just a year since the acheme was mooted and the parishoners hav~e done well to have car ried their project to such a stage within the tinie. The building is not quite finished, but sufficiently advanced to enable.pne.to form a good idea of its suit~abilty to.the purpose for which it is being built. In his vigorous address, the Dean, amongst other things, referred in congratulatory terms to the good financial progress nlade, and hoped that the debt (under £200) would soon be cleared and a start made with a new church. After the service Dean Godby was thanked by the vicar (Rev. Long) on behalf of the parish, and was subse qnently entertained at afternoon tea by members of the ladies' guild of the church. The building on inspection proqves to? be a pleasing moder~-...
IVANHOE v ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
IVANHOE v ALPHINGTON.: Alphington, who had lost 2 for 98 on the previous Saturday, continued their innings on Saturday, and were disposed of for 192. Hughes, Pitcher, Whit cher and Staidley were the chief contri butors. Ivanhoe lost 9 for 103 in their second innings, the consistent Geo. Fox topping the score. The following are the scores-- -: ALPIIINGTON. Sw. Pitcher, b G. Fox .. .. O E. Hughes, c, b G. Fox .. ..62 A. Hicks; l.b: v;w b Ashbly.. 8. G. Eitchece, t 4slib : 48 B. Gilding; b Ashb. ... .. \W. Studley, b Ashby .17 C. Tresize, b Ashby3. ... .. 0 H. Burrows, b..G: Fox .. 7?. F. Tidgeon, b Ashby. - 6.,: ..... SG. Wliitcher, b G. Fox .. 22 -B:R. Ford;,'?iot oUt?- . .. 9 SSundries .. 13 Totl .192.' BIowling: Ashby, 6 l 55.:, ox,4: for.6 Iajdner~,Ji" for or "?'"~i f? --~.:?o.t Berkley, Olor 2? i ryant_0 f 2 -: - . ? IVANHOE:. , .: .- First lunings .... 85 Second Inings;, . G. Fox;, c, b Whitcher--i. t ., 86 Arthur Fox, b Hicks . ::. . '.. 0 . J, MoKeown, c, b Burrows . ::,',-:0 ...
BAND PROMENADE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
BAND PROMENADE CONCERT. As a wind-up to the patriotic carmnival on December 12th a band and picture entertainment had been arranged. How ever, through some mishap, the pictures could not be shown, so a free "show" was provided on Saturday evening last on the Fairfield recreation reserveaibout 3000 being present. A number of first class artists had been engaged, pictures were shown byAlex. Gunn and Co., and selections were rendered by the' Heidel berg District Band, the entertainment being highly appreciated. During the evening Cr Coate presented the prizes won at the carnival, as follow :-Long distance swim, J. Payne, fastest time, T. Aherne; boat races, Messrs Davoren, Fiddyment, and Barnes; canoe races, Messrs Pyke and Parry. Every pur chaser of a programme last week was entitled to a chance for a trophy. This was drawn for at the entertainment, and programme number 204 wins the prize. The park was illuminated by electric light, used for the first time in the shire.
CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
CRICKET. -4----- HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. Another round of matches in connec tion with the above was concluded on Saturday. Alphington -gained a most meritorious win over Ivanhoe, and Fair. field and Templestowe B. were the other defeated teams. There is now not an unbeaten team in the competition, and this makes the premiership very open. On account of the holidays niatches will not be resumed until January 9th. TEMIPLESTOWE B v HEIDELBERG. Templestowe B just saved an innings defeat by twowickets. In- their first innings' score of 115, Rhodes, with 42, was the top scorer. They lost 8 for 102 in their second attempt,' P. Cashen, 33 not out, scoring best. L. May and W. Bond were the best bowlers. The following are the scores HEIDELBERG. First Innings ... ... ... 265 TEMIPLESTOWE B. First Innings.:: H. Paroissien, b May ::::3;. . .::3 P, Cashen, b Cooper . 5 S. Williamson, b IMay .. 17 Joe Sheahan, b Cooper : . . 8 W. Fitzsimons, b M'Iay ... .?^i- 0 B. Rhodes, thrownout .. 2.;;. :2 W. ...
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
IHEIDELBERG DISTRICT PATRI OTIC FUND. During last week the fourth instal ment of garments.,was forwdds , to +ihe Ladj Mayoress League and in the nine parcels were the followiling-43 flannel shirts; 33 cardigan vests, 21 scaryes, 2 nightingales, 12 pairs of bed socks, 5 pair sox, 10-pair cuffs, 5 kit bags. Total garments sent in, 2171. Donations have been received from Mrs Mill, scarf, sosx, cuffs; Mrs lentoul, scarf ; Mrs Ed meades; scarf; lMfiss Perry, scarf and culls; Mrs Cameron (Eaglemont), 6 pillow cases, 6 white towels, 6 pair socks. The result of the gift days at Heidelberg, Ivanhoo, Alphington, and Fairfield, as well as donations received before then, for the Red" Cross Society was encouraging and a pleasing addition to the four months' efforts of the people of the district, Sixteen large parcels were forwarded to Government House and included-25 towels, 37 pillow cases, 9 pillows, 3 sheets, 15 blankets, 1 quilt, 2 caps, 38 handkerchiefs, 26 washers, 7 big parcels old linen,...
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTORIA. New Branch at Heidelberg. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTORIA. : New Branch at Heidelberg. The Commissioners of the State &lt;:Savings Bank are steadily pursuing their policy of extending the facilities .Whici- that institution is able to offer. This policy has been marked bqth by granting further privileges to their clients and by opening new branches -. in centres throughout the State. Their branches now number 126, and they justifiably claim that the State Savings Bank of Victoria offers greater facilities to depositors than any other Savings Bank in the world. L"~st Tuesday a branch was opened at the ·lcw premises erected at the corF iier bf Bursgudy and Hawdonltrdets, Heidelberg,; nd fronm that date the local agency was closed." ? ?,~d;e7,? VRh.?'?i~ .V ?.?;0 b e o V..q._d?lyar_ o£?m?~ 10 till 3, S 1turays'10 till 12, and will IlsO 99en on Friday evenings for tile receipt of deposits and opening new accounts onl,, from 7 fill 9. The manager is Mr. W. E. Tuohy, who has been transferred from a simi...
IVANHOE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
IVANHOE PRESBYTERIANE CHURCH. The Presbyterian Church at Ivanhoe has just succeeded in obtaining a site in Noel street of sulilciently large dimen sions to serve the cause for all time. The land has a frontage of 132 feet to Noel street by a depth of 185 feet. The acquisition of so favorable a site was made possible by the generosity of Mr R. W. Kennedy, of "Ravenswood," Lower Heidelberg Road, who, immedia. toly the subject of a suitable site was broached, intimated his intention of giv ing the church a block of land having a frontage of 66 feet to Noel street which he possessed. The purchase of the ad Sjoining block of similar frontage by the church-has placed it in the happy posi tion of having sufficient land, convenim Irequirements. Mr Kennedy's generous gift is much appreciated by the Ivanhoe Presbyterians.
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
s'IEIDELBERG POLIGE COURT. _ MoNaD, DECEMBER 21, 191. Ore Dr Rollason, Dr King, and 7 :' "=Mr M. A. McLeod,"J's.P. VACCINATIhN CASE. ;"-:.Constable Harrison proceeded •. against Thos Groves for not -having 'his child vaccinated A fine of £2, . .in default distress, was intflicted - DEBT CASES. ::: Patrick Finn obtained an order -: -for £3 5s against Wmin. Ness. A CHRISTMAS SPREE Constable Ellison proceeded against Frederick Daris for having, on 18th December at Alphington, .- broken a street lamp, valued at 5s, S.l:•.and for having acted in an offensive manner in a public place at the same time. Defendant pleaded guilty to both charges. Constable Ellison said that at 5.30 on the night in question defendant Si:iwas calling out. He saw Daris, '.-who was the worse for drink, throw :: a stone at a lamp and break it :--::.George Anderson, a lamplighter e:i:imployed by the shire, said he was :::lighting a ramp at the top of Bloom "::;:field Avenue on the mnight in ques tr' ion, when the d...
Increased Postal Service. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
:inCreased Postal Service. The postal delivery in certain residen. tial portions of Ivanhoe has been in creased. Formerly only the business portion of HeidelbprgRoad rgceived two deliveries a day, buit now places yithli the following boundaries are so favorcd, an extra boy being engaged for the pur pose ;-North, as far as Enid Nursery' and Caru street; south, Moerton street; east, Locksley road, lower Heidelberg road, and The Ridgeway; weit, Water dale road, Ford street, Lang's road, and Wavorly Avenue. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
: -Dr. Basil J. Adam ' WURRoOk,' . . IVANHOE. Hours 9 to l0 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m; . S . aturtday and Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. ' Vaccinkation-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p,m, lVisita FAIRFIELD daily 11 a.m. (Sun a execepted. Messages .may be left at r McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Staition street. DR. H. KIRWAN KING HEIDELBERG. •May be .Consulted Daily, 9 to 11 a.m S . Visits : Eltham-Mondays, 2 p.m. . - OGreensborough-Mondays, 4 p.m; and T?hursdays, 1 p,m. Diamond Creek-Thursdays (Oddfellowa T.: ': i:" .Blal), 2,30 p.m. DRF. ROEL LAS ON OF HEIDELBERG vIBITs Eua-.,?a Tuesdays, 12 noon. S::" " GaesoanBOOUOn; Tuesdays, 2.20 p.m Diamond CBEEK, Fridays, 3 p.m. . E. E B, HEF-FERNAN Has Commenced Practice At YAB~ RA STREEiT, ALPHINGTON And at FAIRFIELD. Private Hospital (Registered.) * KIA ORA," HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANHOE-Close Station. Patients accommodated before and after acoonchement. Every comfort and skilled attention PEES-Two and a balf Guineas. Vi-lting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON : '(?Certificated.)...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
Dairy Produce and, Small (loods Shop. GEO TODI: EG,"1 announce that he -has opened a DAIRY PRODUUCRAND iSMALL - !EIJJLBERG ROA DIVANHOEUI$ - (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 8mSl Goods. New Laid Eggs, Honey, Cheese, Lard, &o. GOODS DELIVERED. FOR aIL -SIOtiT TROUB?ES YOU SHOULD C ONsULTr 95 JOHNSTON bl COiA INGWOOD * tNIAa WILLINGOtOP ITh? * CAMERAS & POOTOGR SU PLIES ST .MD Housekeepers I Do you know itl PAYS YOU ,to SAVE YOUR F]AT &BONES COQTLEOTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICT. Highest Prices Given., , ..? E. B. Roth, TEMiESTOWW BOJING DOWN - WOBKS. ROBERT DICK, House Decorator, IJporter of Window Glass, Paper atgginqgs, Onfd al Paintera' teguises, IEGB to intimate that 'he has Moved his Business to premises lately ooou* pled by Mr Eade HEIDELBERG BOAD, IVANHOE. Phone, Heidelberg 82. .gd trusts bt good workmanahiD and sqp plyil...
FAIRFIELD PATRIOTIC SEWING GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
FAIEFLELD PATRIOTIC SEWING GfUILD. Recognising the neceasity of further ellforts in providing suitable clothing for the men who are leaving our shores on active service for home and Empire, the Sladies of Fairfield propose to renew work immediately in this direction., Their first effort was entirely successful and resul- ted in the forwarding of a large number .of comfortable and usefnl garments to the Red Cross Society and to the Lady Mayorcss' Patriotic Movement. There, is now a balance in hand of £12 Os 9.d, which is to be exponded in the purchase of-furthor-supplies of materials for those desirous of giving their services in mak-' ing up garmonts. Although the Christ umas season is azt hand, it is recogmsod that there is need for further sacrifice, and work must not cease. Arrgugements are .bdng made whereby a supply of gar ments for wliling workers may be ob tained. Donations of old linen, knitted socks (sizes 9 arid 10), and. Balaclava cape will be most acceptable and may be l...
HEIDELBERG BOWLING CLUB. OFFICIAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
HEIDELBERG BOWLING CGLUB. OFPICIAL OPENING. - Perfect weather reig --n _Saturday afternoon on the occasion of the ~.0 opening of the Heidelberg Bowling Club, anad a number of people accepted the invitation of the president and committee o assist in the ceremony. The site of the green is a splended one, being situated opposite the shire hall on land the property of the Railway Commissioners. As the president truly remarked, a transformation scene has been effected, as the land was an eyesore o the town before the bowling green was commenced, and a beauty spot is now assured. The green was prepared some four or five months ago, and has come on very well indeed. The pavilion has just been completed, and is a credit to all concerned. The tender was let to Mr Hare, for labor only, and he received the assistance of a number of willing workers. It is 30 feet by 20 feet, and has concrete piles for a billiard table which it is proposed to put down in the near future. The colors of the club a...
JAPANESE MILLIONAIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
JAPANESE MILLIONAIRES. The, richest family in Japan is devoted to finance and commerce. The Mitsuris-for such is the family name-are known as the Roths childs of Japan, and their wealth is-valued at a milliard and a quar.. ter francs, or, in English money, about £50,000,000ooo, lThe Mitsuris are bankers, with headquarters at Tokio. Connected with the bank is a large shipping interest. The family is said to be much interestei in aviation, and were among the pioneers in the construction of aero planes.
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. The following is the list of matches to he played :- A. Grade, Feby. 20.-v. Ivanhoe, at Ivanhce, March 6.-v. Preston, at Preston.: March 13-v. Thorabury at Fairficeld. Mfarch 20.-v. Northcote at Fairfield. r?arclh 27.---v, vatchoe at Fairf~old, i 17.-,. Precston at Fai?field, April 17., "-· ,ThOnbur, April 24.-v. Thornbu at Thornbu. May l.-v. Northcote at Northcotc. C. Grade. Feby. 20.-v. Ivanhoc at Fairfield,. MIarch G.-v. Preston at Fairfield. MIarch 13.-v. Thornbary at Thornbury, March 20.-v. Northcote at Northcotc. ,March 27.-v. Ivanhoc at Ivanhoe, April 17.-v. Preston at Preston. Correspondents forwarding their views on any matter are specially re quested to curtail their letters as much as possible, owing to the limited space available when any controversy arises, and frequently we are compelled to hold over commuunications which, if properly codenseld, could be found room for,
BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 26 December 1914
BOY SCOUTS. The First Ivanhoe Troop devoted Saturday afternoon, December 5th, to a competition to test the efficieney of the three patrols - Curlews, Cuckoos, and Lions-in the treatment oE snake-bite and of persons apparently drowned. Seoutmastiir Grovo acted as oxamizier, and the durle s on, the prize being a snake-bite outfit.- First aid bandaging was also practised. Members of the troop in future will wear a distinction badge on their shoulders, bearing the initialof the troop. Mr A. Scott has given the troop the use of a piece of ground near the sand bank for the pur pose oof erecting a boat house, and the work will be commenced about February. The first Ivanhob, first Prcston, first Hurstbridge, and second Melbourne troops attended at the Fairfield patriotic' carnival on Saturday and- rendered help inmany ways.