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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 January 1915
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TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. At the meeting of the above council -at Templestowe on Tuesday evening, January 5, there were present:-OCr. Sloan (president), Petty, Trezise, Mc Namara, Hunter, and Speers. 'Statutory Meeting. The annual meeting to adopt esti mates for the ensuing year examine the acwounte and striking the rate was ftet held.-The president intimated that the Warranridyte members had de cided to reduce the riding rate from 1/9 to 1/6, and, hoped to get along on that. -Cr. Hunter thought the proposition a good idea.' Many shires were making their'rate as low as possible on account of the bad year.-Cr. Speers considered they would have to reduce their ex penditure considerably, .as there was ery. little margin with the extra 3d.-Secretary W. Thomas stated that the supplementary valuation would bring in an extra £5iU. -The president was of the opinion that they should keep the expenses down to the lowest possible outlay. Cr. Hunter pointed out that the War randyte riding had ...
DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
DIAMOND GREEK. (Fiom Our Correspondent). This morning (Wednesday) the eldest son of Mr Walter J. Cook was kicked in thel face by a horse and had his nose broken and his lip cut. Dr Manchester has the sufferer under his care. The Diamond Greek Horticultural So ciety held its usual monthly meeting on the 7th inst. A proposition to hold the show on a Saturday instead of a Thurs day was mooted, but was vetoed, as a good deal of uncertainty prevailed as to how it would suit exhibitors to hold it on a Saturday. Now that the Saturday half-holiday is general, it was thought that a better attendance would. be secured on that day. Judges were ap. pointed for the forthcoming show. In reply to a letter from the Central Fruit-growers' Association, it war de cided that the quantity of fruit available would not justify the appointment of an inspector in the district to supervise fruit for export. The local cool store is now closed, all the frozen meat having been removed. Mr French states he will ...
FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
-PAIIPIELD BOWLING CLUB. On? Saturday last the Fairfield club were at home to Kew, the latter team winning by 55 points. To-day Fairfield meets the Toorak team on the latter's green. Scores KEW. 1. Bradshaw, Green, Foyd, Edgar ... 26 2. Simonso O, Q'Donnell, Finlayson, Hambleton ...... ... 87 3. Denman, Simonton, Lilburn, Greenhill ...... ... 383 4. Scriinor;: Chapnman, Rectchford, Tredrniick .. 5 •_ Tot.~.l . ...... .... ... 131 SFAIRFIELD. 1. Kimptko", Martin, Cartledge, Butcher 22 2. LeMastirier, Emery, Crabb, Guerrero 17 3. Alexanider, Clay, Joske, Kelton ,,, . 27 2. Barke, Bacon, Linegar, Burstoo ... 10 Total ... ... ........ 76 The Fairfield O players met the Essendon team at Essendon and were defeated by inine points, McLaren's rink being 8 up. The C team are at home to Ascot Vale to-day. Scores ESSENDON. 1. Gordon, Gilbraith, Sta?es, Poarson 23 2. Pearson, Findax~, Mitche?ll, Bunney 18 8, I 4r, 0olley, Spring, Pratt ... 31 : .Total....... .. . 72 FAIRFIELD. 1. I'erry, Coate,...
C TEAM WINS AGAINST ASCOT VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
o TEAM WINS AGAINST ASCOT VALE. The C tean have done remarkably well so far this season and they added ·another fine win to their list against Ascot Vale on the Ivanhoe green. G. Maggs' riink made a fine display and were the besat winners. 3. Davidson had also ?? satisfactory win, and A. Bysouth got~ 'home a victor by a few points. To-day, our C men are to play at S.M.C.C. against the local men, who are an almost unbeaten team. If our men should be successful it will bring them into a very p.roicsent position in C .ectiow of the Victorian Bowling Association pennant. I hope a full team will be able to appear for Ivanhoe to. day. The following are the scores: IVANHOE. 1. Prescott, Thomson, Davey, Maggs 40 2. Eades, Knorr, Whiffin, Bysouth ... 23 3. Ford, Lewis, Stroud, Davidson ,,, ?8 Total ... . .. ... 101 ASCOT VALE. -1. Gordon, Sncll, Ulmer, Hinds ... 17 2. Strutt, Bottoms, Heiathershaw, Kelly ... ....... ... .0 3. Walker, Barlow, IlcArthur, Edgerton ... ... ... ... . , Total ,,i ...
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. IVANHOE B AGAIN DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO. CIATION.. IVANHOE B AGAIN DEFEATED. (By Sir Francis.) It is really surprising how unsuccess ful the B team of the Ivanhoe Recreation Association have been on neutral greens. On their own green they perform like " tradesmen," but away from home they seem to lose all their prowess. In their match against Kew at Ivanhoe our play. ers were successful, but last Saturday, in the return game, they were easy vic. tims on the -Kew. grounds. The green was in good'4dir,. but had certain in equalities thfatwere a little difficult to overcome.. H. Oakes proved the only winner for Ivanhoe, and he had a majority of three against that fine player Niven. King was the next best per former for the visitors. He had a slight lead till about the 20th end, when the Kew men forged ahead and were winners by five. King made a remarkably fine drive in the last end, which was a long one, but the jack went the wrong way, and instead of scoring four, for which he tried, one went d...
PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
PATRIOTIC CARNIVA5L. A meeting of the Fairfield Patriotic Carnival committee was held on Monday evening last, Mr O. Forster presiding over a large number of members. The treasurers, Messrs Coate and Hofftman, reported that they had forwarded the following cheques--Lord Mayor's Fund, £53 6s 8d; St John Ambulance Asso ciation, £21 13s 4d-and they anticipated that a further £20 would be available for distribution. It was decided, howm ever, to hold the balance until later. It was decided to hold a further zarnival at Fairfield on Saturday, February 20th, the aid of the military authorities to be again sought. As this date was the only one available for the military authorities and as the swimming club had fixed on the same day for their annual gala, it was decided to run the two carnivals as one. It is probable that the programme will include swimming, diving, running, jumping, and military events. Some magnitude-of the programme might be gauged, however, when it is considered that the...
HEIDELBERG B v ALPHINGTON B. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
HEIDELBERG B v ALPHINGTON B. The above match, played at Heidelberg last Saturday, resulted in a win (or the home team by 52 vusn oun the ~irst ?nhiigs. The f~ololiig are the scores ALPHINGTQN, First Innings. Gronness, c, b Murphy ... ... 2 Davis, b Crapper ... ... ... O Johnston, c, b ~Iurphy ...... O 1-ollow, b Crapper ......... 1 Orders, b Crapper ... ... ... O Barnes, b Crapper ... ... 9 Lafranz, b Murphy .. 3 Brierly, c, b Crapper ... ... 5 Two...ey, b Crapper ; ... ':6 Young, b Murphy .. .... ... .5 Spoor, not out ... .... ... o. Sundries ... ... . ........ 1 Totasl... .... ... . ... 8. 2 Bowling-Crapper, 6 for 10; Murphy, 4 for 21. Second Innings. Grcuness, run out ... ... ... 0 Davis', c, bBarkway ... .. 13 Johnstoie, run out . ... 3 Hollow, c. b Evans ...:.. 5 Orders, b Irvin ... .. .. 6 Barnes, c,b Barkway - .. ... O Lafranz, run out . .. . . 4 Brierly, b Barkway .. .. 0 STwoney, b Walker ..-. ... 15 Young, c, b Walker . .1 Soor, not out . ... 7 Sundries . .. . .. 2 Total.....
SHIRE TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
SHIRE .TENDERS. At a committee meeting of the council of.the Shire of Heidelberg, held on Tuesday evening, the following tenders weredealt with :-For the forming and metalling, etc., of 6113 feet at Grace Park Deviation Road, Greensborough, the tender of Messrs T. Adams and Co. is to be recommended to the Country Roads Board for acceptance; Mr E. A. McDonough's tender (Ss 6d per yard) for the supply of 2000 yards of metal for Heidelberg township, was accepted while no tender has yet been accepted for the fencing of Alphington park,
OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v RICHMOND ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
OTHER MIATCOEp. IVANHOE v RICHMOND ROVERS. Ivanhoo have this match well in hand, replying to the visitors 72 with 3 wickets down for 110, Alex. Fox 59 not out. Alex. MIann took 7 wickets for 37. The following are the scores RICH)IlOND ROVEU)B. F.irst nlnings: C. carver, st. b MIann ... ... 0 Hart, b Maln ... ... ... O Conroy, o, b Fox ....... . ... 3 McKee, c, b MIann ... ... .. 8 N. Carver, b Mann ... ... 3 Rowley,,b Mlanh ... .:. .. 16 Raeby, c, b Iann ... ...: ::... 25 Blech, b MIann ... .. .. 7 Kean, c, b Willams . a Miller, b Williamn.. , .. Bryno ot o : . . 1 Sundries ... ... ... ... 3 Total ... . .. .. 72 Bowling-A. Mann, 7 for 37 ;A, Fox, 1 for 17 : A. Williams, 2 for 17. IVANgO , First Indings, - A. Fox, not out ... ... .. 59 E. Berkley, b Raoby .. . 3 B. Crosby, e, b Barry . ... 18 - Byrne, b Hart ... ... ... O A. Mann, not out .. ... ., 31 Sundries ... ... ... .,.. Vota! or 3 wic;kets ... ... 119 The match will be continued to-day. On Sat. 23rd and 30th Ivanhoe play team ...
CONVENT OF MERCY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
CONVENT OF MERCY. On Friday, December 18th, the annual break-up of Our Lady's College took place, when an enjoyable programme, comprising music, recitations, and dancing, was given by the pupils. At its conclusion the .sual prizes, also the University musical certitica.ez obtained at the previous September examinations, were distributed as follows:-Senior division, highest aggregate marks, Jean iMcCormack, 1; Winifred Behan, 2. Junior division, Leo Byrne. University music examinasiq_---Theory, 4th grade, Mercia Parker, honors; Cirica Sheri dan, pass. Practical, 3rd girade, Narie Davis, pass: 4bth grade, Veronica Walls,. honors, Yeranica' Mangan and Clarice Neitch, pass; 5th grade, Jean McCer 'mack and Mary Farrell, pass; 6th grade, Eathleen Weekes, iass; Mrs A. h. Kenuly's special prize for music, Marie A. Davis. School will re-open on 2nd February-*
GREENSBOROUGH v TEMPLESTOWE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
GREENSBOROUGH v TEMPLESTO\VE The above match should provide an interesting finish next Saturday. The visitors totalled 187, the consistent Fitz simons making top score. Greensborough responded with 4 for 73, F. R. 4tartiqg being 44 not opt. ThSe f.lowin? are the scores TEMIPLESTOWE A. First Innings. J. Hodgson, cElliott b Starling., 2 L. Fitzsimmons, b C. Elliott ... 55 T. Cashen, b Starling ...... 38 - SBhean, c b J. H. Starling ... S Johnstone, b J. H. Starling ... L. Belle, o, b J. H. Starlihg 3.. 85 C. Rasmussei, ', b . H. 8~tarling 2 . I~iddell, b C, Gostray .:.. 10 t. 14Illens, b A. Brown .,.,. 0 4. Cashen, not ovt . .., 7 B,. Chivers, b J. H, Starling ..; .13 Sundries ... ... ... ... 8 Total... . ...- ... 187 Bowling-F. R. Starling, 2- for 46; G. Gosbray, 1 for 25; A. Brown, 1 for 27 ;J. IH. Starling, 5 for 48; W. Thomas, 0 for 19; C. Elliott, 1 for 14. GREENSBOROUGH. First Innings, A. Reeves, run out ... .. ~ 8 0: Elli6tt, c,lb B: Hddgson ... O A, Brown, a, b Chivors ..........
FAIRFIELD SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
FAIRFIELD SWIMMING CLUB. A meeting of the Fairfield Park Amatceur Swimming Club was held on Monday evening last when it was decided to hold the 8th annual members' carnival on Saturday, February 20th. A draft programme consisting of 10 events was drawn up and the secretary (Mr 0. Gration) was instructed to proceed with all preliminary arrange??pt.. .espite the war the Fairfield club is encoutiter ing a successful season, the-membership now being 159. The club membership last year was a record for Victoria. The endurance swimmers of the club aie preparing for the three-mile swim to be held in the Yarra on 1st February, and the members generally will be disap pointed if one of their number, T. Aherne, is not returned the winner. Aheyne finished seventh last year and was first home in the club dietac? srwiw hold at the Patriotic Carnival. He is reported to be swimming remarkably well at the present time.
ALPHINGTON v HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
ALPHINGTON v HEIDELBERG,. 1 Heidelberg scored 150 in their first innings against Alphington, Cooper top ping the score. E. Hughes, 4 for 11, ob- tained the bowling average.. Alphingtox made a disastrous start, losing 3 for 8, Kelso obtainigg the wickets at a cost of 2 rung. Theo following are the scores HEIDELBERG. First Innings. W\V. Bond, c, b A. Hicks... ... 30 J. Johnston, b A. Hicks ... ... 4 \V. Luxou, c, b A. Hicks ...... 7 L. MIay, b H. Burrows ... ... 2 A. Cooper, b'A. Hicks ... ... 43 G. Proctor, b G. Whitcher .. 22 N. Hart, b E. Hughosl ... ... 13 J. Dean, b E. Hughes ... ... 5 F. oKelso, not out ... ...; .... 10. \V. Smyth, b E. Highes ... :-... 0 G. Cooper, c, b E. Hughes 0 .. / Sundries .. ..: .I; 14 Total . . ,. ,. .. . .. 150 Bowling--A. Hicks, 4 for 44, H. Bur rows, 1 for 37; R, Ford, 0 for 11; F, Tiedgcn, 0 for 30; E. Hughes, 4 for 11; G, \Whitchcr, 1 for 13. ALPHINGTO)T, First Innings, G. Hughes, b F. Klelso .,,... 3 F. Liedgen, b Kelso 3 H. Burrows, b.Kelso- : .....
BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
BOY SCOUTS. The first Ivanhoe troop spent the Christmas holidays at Rosebud with the second ?flbourne and first Hawthorn troops and also the. first St Xilda sea scouts, the whole party numberijg over 100. The first patrol (the Curlews) rode through on their bicycles, commencing at 4 a.m. on Christmas morning, their comrades taking their tent and luggage on the "Hygeia." The cyclists had a very exciting trip, and, after numerous punctures, etc., Mornington was reached at lO a.m. Owing to the heavy and continuous rain they were compelled to remain there for the rest of the day, Rosebud being reached nert day. For the first few days the scouts epperienced rain, but, when the weather cleared up, visits were made to a number of interest ing places, and signalling, ambulance, swimming, etc., was practised.
TEMPLESTOWE B v. IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
TEMPLESTOWE B v. I\'VANHOE/ The above was commenced on the Templestowe ground on Saturday. The home team batted first and were disposed of for 103, Cashen, Sheahan, and Fitz simonsbeing the double figure scorers. The performance of G. Fox was very creditable, for, besiding obtaining. 4 for 19, he made 103 not out out of Ivanhoe's total of 4 for 206. The following are the scores TEIMPLESTOWE B. First Innings. Joe Shcahan, c, b MuIcKeown ... - 21 B. Rhodes, c, b G, Fox ... ... 3 S. Williamson, run out... ... 9 H. Chivers, b I'Keown... .... 2 W. S. MIullens, b Ashby 2... P, Cashen, b G. Fox ., 31 WV. Fitzsimmons, c, b G. Fox ... 12 G. Beale, b G. Fox ... o W. Smith, b Ashby ... ... O J. Parker, not out ... ... 9 P. Rassmussen, st, b MIcKeown ... 4 Sundries ... ... ... .... 10 Total ...? ? ... 103 Bowling ; -?ycoh 2 for 3; G. Fox, 4 for 19; :Moieiwn 3 for 34; Graham, 0 for S. i!"~~ First Innings. A. Fox, b Rhodes··... :>!. . ?? F. Bryan;t, c Smith'lf 3:-Shiah.l~ain 47 E. Ashby, b W. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
Dr. Basil J. Adam / WURROOK." IVANHOE. Hours 9 to 10 a.m., 7 to 8 p.m. aturdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. Vaccination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m, Visits FAIRFIELD daily 11 am. (Sun iays excepted. Messages may be left at Mr McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Station ttreet. DkR. H. KIRWAN KING HEIDELBERG. May be Coniulted Daily, 9 to 11 am Visits : Eltham-Mondays, 2 p m. Oreensborough-Mondays, 4 pm; and Thursdays, I p,m. Diamond Creek-Thursdays (Oddfellows Ball), 2.30 p.m. SR. RO L LA SON OF HEIDELBERO VIlMTS EBmaAi, Tuesdays, 12 noon. GanheS?ononUH; Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m Diamond CaREx, Fridays, 3 p.m. -TDR. E. B, HEFFERNAN H ' Has Commenced Practice S At -YARRA STREET, ALPHINGTON And at FAIRFIELD. I Private Hospital (Registered.) :IA ORA," HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANHOE-Close Station. Patients accommodated before and after .ac?'- . ouchement. Every comfort and skilled attention FPBS-Two and a balft Guneas. Visiting oases attended. 'NURSE JACKSON (Certificated,) SILISTRIA. Private Nursing Home (Registere...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 16 January 1915
Dairy Produce and Small Goods Shop, GEO. TODD BEGS to announce that he has opened a DAIRY PRODUCE AND SMALL GOODSB WP- in ..... ( iEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE, B (oppositedEades, Stationeo) where may be obtained the best brands of Western District Butter, Famous Leurs; also Gippsland brands: Hutton's Hams aid Bacon's and dmall Goods, New Laid Eggs, Honey, Cheese, Lard, &s. GOODS:DELIVERED. FOR? ALL SIOGiT TROUB!LS You ShOULD CONSULT 9 -A- ? LYI 95 JonNSTON Se coJiNO WOOD ** (mlan -wdlunconsytr* CAME?AS & P'OTON ATR l( CAsIA & trorsjo Ai 5U Pigg5STOmc1WD Mou .ekkeepers I Do you know it PAYS YOU .to SAYI( Y017 FAT &BONES COLLECTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICT. ii? Iighest- Prices Olven. p9$ EPet OprA to E. B. Roth1, TEIMPLESTOWf BOIlING DOWN WOBRKS. ROBE;RT DICK, House Decorator, f porgir of 1fhsdowp £lio, ~Paer ha?.gintgs, and all Paintersa Requisites, )EGS to intimate that he has Moved hla BuPsiness.to premises lately occu* pied by Mr Eade . ElpELBEgRG R...