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IVANHOE v. RICHMOND C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

IVANHOE v. RICHMOND C.C. Played on A.N.A. Day, and won .. Iyh.inhoe by 68 runs. HICHMOYD CLtrIJ. ' ....Total ... ... 65 Bowling-G. Fox captured 6 wickets, A. Mann 3, and McDonald 1. IVANFOE. Ar. Fox, b IRaeby ... ... 1 W. Ladner, lbw, b Raceby ... 10 G. Baird, run out ... - ... 29 J. Barry, b Carner ... ... 1 J. McKeown, b Raeby ... 1 • iThompson, retired ... .... 23 SAT"iiliams, b liachy O... •iMc,)onald, rdin out ... - ... 4 _A..Mann, retired ... ... 27 G. Fox, e, b Carver ... . 17 .W. Bryant, not out .. ... 1 l Sundries .. .. 5 'Totai :... ...133

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE B v. QUERY CC [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

IV NHOE B v. OUERY CC i:T he .1i:bove teams commenced a &m tzilihs; t Saturday, wVhich will be :?iil?}idedt t?,-day. - I IVAN.HOE ,. B. B arzi'z run out . ... 1 ,.CSked, b b Simmons ... 1 S?,iolt , r b Lcvensky ... 6 I-F: .ficKeown, iun'out ... 35 VW. Ladner, c, b Simmons ... 24 T':Thompson, b Bailye ... ... 19 Scott, b Simmons ... ... O 1.:li. DicE , b Builye ... ... 17 t-,.\ Williams, nuJt out... ... 10 -:\. Lawtou, c and b Brown .. 4 :cI`)Donald, b Brown... - '.. 4 Sundries ... ... 15 Total ... ..136 On FeB.ruary 7 Ivanhoe B will hIve a one day's' match with Rich mond A.lf.A.N

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON PROGRESS SOCIETY. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

: I- ..IVANHOE AND ALPHINGTON ::PROGRESS SOCIETY. "-MONTHLY MEETING. S?: r:-After a lapse of twO mlonths, the :::'December meeting not being held on a::':-.count of tile holidays, the above :/o.c< ciety began oplerations for the New S Yeiar with renewed vigor on Monday :.; night last, in the Alphington Hlall. -:- There was ian excellent muster 'of ,: - imemnlers. and the newlyv-clected Ipre sident, . 11 I. T Eisem;an, had a most ::.: succes-sfll initial meeting. A num he o.bi propositions were brought for w: :-ard, and altogether a large volume :-.of business was transacted. .::-TRELL PLANTING MAIN ROAD. Mr . .II. Hannah wrote, submitt iung a plrop)osal re tree planting. As the Heidelbler,:-road is to be re-made, h.lie sug'ested that they concentrate :-theiir attention during the next few -months in- raising funds to plant the "i ain road and the streets of Ivan hoe and Alnhingtol with trees. .If :they could acomplish this, in the years to cone their district, will be :a ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

PITH AND POINT. iHemdelberg Progress Association's or linary meeting on Monday evening next in the Presbyterian Hall. Mr Will. C. .Toy, of Ivanhoe, who-has been away at Frankston for nearly eight weeks, has now returned to Ivanhoe. For the Fairfield Progress Society's meeting on Tuesday evening next in the Fairfield Hall, some important business is listed. Mr Gilbert Smith, of Templestowe, elsewhere extends his thanks to all who assisted in extinguishing the fire on his property on Sunday, 18t., inst. Some exraordinary bargains are being offered at Hattam and Hattam's summer drapery sale in High-street, Northcote, which is to be continued till the end of next month.* The first term at the Coreen School, Yarra-street, Heidelberg, of which the Misses Thom are the principals, com mences on Tuesday, 10th February, and new pupils will be.enrolled the previous day. T;his (SaturdayH ) afternoon,- a?t-t?-ee o'clock, on the propdrty, corner Fairlield road and Plimsoil Grove, Fairfield, a sto...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CRICKET. HEIDELBERG TEAM'S VISIT TO HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

CRICKET. HLIDELBERG T'EAyl'-, X1'-II TO io HEALESVi'g L .: [Br ' OSv 01: orr 1 -'Healesvil!e .havitng beeie:.c]ided onii lot our annual AN.A: d ti?C'i?'hi last Monday somne of us jonrncj yt ihere tie day previons -i lriv ':d' look round. Nuh'athon i' , cctced, and we left Healsii~is~iii 3 p.m. in a three-horse cs~i;. ?':Vii,-v i The Black Spur being reic: e?, a;lighted, and climbed a.bout :a?miiili up it in a blaziiig hot sun mee. ing the conveyance tbe other sidle.?. " e had no sooner founid it th;,n avry heavy thunderstorm b?roke o?er iis Luckily, w. had a covered ini:nr The fl: sh of the lightningi 'i;nidst these tall mountain -giants ifidiii. roll of thunder ini those ileel. ?i~sles .vas rathler a unique (xpexieinc?.'ifr some of our party. lIowc\Lr twe ireached our dlestinatiot safely? O.uri guide had informed us th:t lie knew of a lovely bathiniig pool, whither we went. Some of us dloubtling the temperature of thlie water, trjie l' it first. and those who ventured in de clared ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PROPOSED RAILWAY STATION AT MONTMORENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

PROPoSED RAILWAY STATION ATi MONTMORENCY , i ?.O'r tio?,i Our i.:rrcspo n :e ). O ' Siirday ntft+eruiaou th·er .1th ais mef?icetin of risi dinits in the Mntnoency :r Estaite was eeld it. h li ecti:of discussing wa"yfs aind mie tis to indule thdref i .dl iv . :olue ilusi?o e?r toe:i0let i"tli folr: ?ni tandf sniatll attuoi ath v xoint aboutt inidi yl i etiwxene. Gi eceusbeiouehy a n litdi u Mifr. S p'sirpIi t thite't wvere notw in'e foi:h itivtlili. . '. ni e r ~so bic o anvtin very elibhorite oi costly ii'the way ofit ii n imanod t inig I exx: 0i1(ilw 1I; sbhie ntilntie ifoni TeeIl a:?{;; ::heictstied ,e 11d p. atloii;:k:.tiin I ieida hue isoi raitd-, a constinctediihd Ain'iielit throgh ihoii thle centr ,ot ::iie' + ii nO."' and it onh th; e ioig .a1 cl)emitg" trins stopped it th" , .d site, it o .uld hc aea:t:1c on eniece,7tf e.hi 'e r"l:itklien ?d idintie ofe l ietlhiut isdiobt the in creasfed trdhfl '.oiild du1dy oo ecoup the outixy ' M1i. o1I cqylenliiied thp whenever icoli es,,...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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GREENSBOROUGH. GREENSBOROUGH PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 31 January 1914

GREENSBOROUGH. GREENSBOROUGH PARK. (From Our Correspondent.) The annual meeting of ratepayers to receive the annual report and balance-sheet, and to elect the com- mittee for the ensuing year, was held in the Rechabite Hall on the 17th inst. Cr J. B. White presided. The report and balance-sheet evi- denced a very satisfactory state of affairs. Up to the present time, ex- clusive of improvements, £202 has been expended in improvements. There are three more annual pay- ments, aggregating some £6o, to complete the purchase. The Park has been re-let to the previous ten- ant for three years at £15 per year, thus with the balance in the treasur- er's hand, the purchase money is practically assured. The meeting, through various speakers, complimented the commit- tee on the satisfactory result of their management. Whilst other localities had had the advantage of Crown grants of land for park purposes, Greensborough had not had that privilege, but recognising the im- mense benefit the posses...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

HEIDELBERG MATCHUES. Below is-tlie season's programme of the above club, all matches to be played -at IHeidelberg, except where otherivise specified; Jan. 31 and Feb. 7-Middle Park Ramblers. Feb. 14-East Melbourne. Feb. 21- and 28--Commercial Trav ellers. March 14 and 21-Alphington. March 28 and April 4-Duerdin and Sainsbury. - April 11-Balaclava Rovers (whole day mntoh.)

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE B v. QUERY C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

IVANHOE B V. QUERY C.C. Ivanhoe won by an innnings and z3 runs. IVANHOE B. 'First' Innings ... - ....136 QUERY CLUB. First Innings .. ... - 73 Second Innings ... ... 50 Bowling-First 'Innings : McDonald r?_3_3,_ 41-wton4 for 26; Ladner 1 for 1; Second Innings Skoead 2 for 14, C. Holt 2 for 21, W. Ladner 5 for 10. To:day Ivanhoe B will have a one day's match with Richmond A;N.A., and on" February 14 and 21 play Wesley Ramblers.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ALPHINGTON MUTUALS v. LANGWILL BROS. & DAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

ALPHINGTON MUTUALS v. LANGWILL BROS. & DAVIES. :.These teams commenced a two days' match last Saturday, which will -be finished to-day. H. Lee 4r, and Rev Rowse 28 batted well, Scores : ALPHINOTON MUTUALS. T. Hiscock, c, b Maker ... 16 P. Saloway, c, b Maker .., 2 Munro, b Henry ... ... 5 T. Trevena, c, b Maker ... 1 C. Hamilton, b Henry ... 2 'Rev Rowse, lbw, b Crick ... 28 H. Grenness, c, b Carry ... 0 C. Hollow, b Henry ... ... 0 H. Lee, c, b Crick ... ... 41 W. McDonald, not out . 15 L. Knowles, lbw, b Davis ... 0 Sundries . .... ,,, 7 Total ... .,.117 LANOWILL BROS. AND DAVIES, Total . ... 63 -Bowling--H. Lee, 7 for 21; T. His cock, 1 for 16; H. Grenness, 1 for 2.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE A v. NORTHCOTE CLUB XI. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

IVANHOE A v. NORTHCOTE CLUB XI. Playing half: time each, Ivanhoe :: - won by 28 runs. NORTHIICOT,. :Hamilton, b Ashby ... . . 1 Sherry;?cb?'raliam-.. .;.3 R?obinson, run out .;.. o Dunn, b G. For4 STrott, c, b Asliby ... :7.:: Trimmick, retired .., . 2 Heron;, retired . 26 Saunders, not out -. . 12 Bates; not out .? . . Su:. ' dries 3 Total ...112 Bowling--E. Ashby, ? for- 30;.- G. Fox, 1 for 25; A. Graham, 1 for 26. IVANHOE j. G. Blair, b Trimmick- ... 12 . Ar. For, retired ... .. 48 - McDon.ld, ren out .., 39 G. Fur, c, 1, Dunn ... ... 21 W. Bryant, not out. .. ... 12 E. Ashby, not out... .. 7 Sundries ... ... 1 Total .?-... ...140 This afternoon Ivanhoe A corn mences. a two. days' match with Fitzroy :Rovers:

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ST. PAUL'S (FAIRFIELD) v. ST. JOHN'S (MOONEE PONDS). [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

ST. PAUL'S (FAIRFIEL1D) v. ST. S JOHN'S (MOONEE PONDS). " This match in the second grade Church of England Association was concluded at Fairfield Park last Saturday, and won by St. John's by ii runs on the first innings St. Paul's, with 82 runs to win outright and 18 minutes to play, made an ex cellent effort to pull the match out. of the fite in their second innings, and at call of time had lost I wicket (run out) for 46, R Lancashire '28, not out, playing splendid forcing cricket. Scores :-St. JohIn's i14 ara: .l's, o103 and i. for 46. St. Paul's commences a match with St. Luke's (St. Melbourne) at Fairfield-Park to-day.

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IVANHOE LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

IWVAiX [E LAND SALE. On Saturday last Messrs Baillieu, Patterson, and Allard, 14 conjunction with Mr E. A. Knell, offered at auction two houses and 14 allotments of tlk Roseneath Estate, Ivanhoe. There was a large attendance, and live allotments were sold at prices ranging from 19]6 to £2/3/66 per foot.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ALPHINGTON v. EAST PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

ALPHINGT'ON v. EAST PRAH RAN. Concluded. on Saturday last, and resulted in an easy win for the East Prahran, the scores being: S ALPHINGTON. Studley, c, b Vial ... ... 5 .-ven-g,.c, b Banfield ... 4 Gilding, b Vial . ... 0 Serpel, b Vial. ".. ..; 43. Burrows, b Banfield ... . .. 15 Tiedgen, run out ... . Whitcher, b Davies ... -... Robinson, b Davies .... .... -6 Walton,-b Vial .. ... 0 Brown, b Davies ... . 6 White, not out Sundries .: . 16 outal ... ...101 EAST PBHRAN. Blackwood, c, b Burrows 11 Herridge, b Tiedgen...` .. 17 Banfield, b:Burrows.- 0.; Davies, c, b Serpel ... :.; 83 Vial, not out . ..103. Powell, c, b Whitcher ... W'olfe, b Whitcle ... " 4 WarJ, c'..,U hitcheer _. ýard, c, b Whitcher .... * B;. Ward, not out .. 1 Sundries 8 Total ...241 Bowling-Burrc?w, 2 for 47; Studley, 0 for 40 ; Tiedgeris 1 for 50 ; Whitcher. 4 for 50; Sespell, I for 34; Gilding, 0 for 12. A two days' match will be started to-day at the Alphington reserve Sagainst the North Melbourne Ro vers.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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MUNICIPAL BAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

MUNICIPAL BAND CONCERT. The agreement entered into by the Heidelberg District Band whereby it undertook to render three free public -performances during this season in re cognition of receiving a donation of £10 10/ from the Heidelberg Shire ,Copncil terminated on. Thursday evening, when the last of the series of open-air con certs was given in the Heidelberg Park. The band had previously performed in Y the Ivanhoe and Fairfield parks. The night was an ideal open for the purpose, and induced a very satisfactory concourse of residents to the venie, the hill at the side of the park being dotted with people listening to the strains of the music. No fewer than 24 bandsmen, under Con ductor W. Saville, mustered for the oc casion, and against a high-class pro gramme of mixed pieces was played by the band, which was greatly appreciated by all present.. The innovation launched :by the council in subsidising the local band under this arrangement has been a decided success, and it is hoped wi...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEIDELBERG v. MIDDLE PARK [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

HEIDELBERG v. MIDDLE PARK The above teams commenced a match last Saturday. Heidelberg, batting first, scored only 68 runs, "Digger" Robertson, late of South Melbourne Footballers' team, cap turing 9 wickets for 27 runs. Middle Park at call of time had lost 9 for 56, so the match is at an interesting stage, and will be concluded to-day. Scores : HEIDELBERO. First Innings. F. May, b Robertson ... 11 A. Cooper, b Robertson ., 4 L. May, lbw, b Robertson' ... 8 W. Smyth, not out ... ... 28 F. Crapper, b Robertson ... 0 W. B1ond, c, b Robertson ... 0 H. Hart, b Robertson .,. 1 G. Maling, st, b RobertEon ... 0 A. Johnston, b Foster ,,. 0 R. Hannah, b Robertson ... 7 B. Gillespie, b Robertson ... 8 Sundries .,, ,,, 1 Total ,,. ,, 68 MIDDLt PARE. First Innings. Total for 9 wickets .,,. 56 Bowling--L. May, 3 for 16; A. John. ston, 4 for 18; W. Bond, 2 for 6.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FORMER VICAR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

FORMER VICAR'S VISIT. The Rev Horace Crotty, M.A., Th.L., Formerly vicar of St. James' Church of England, Ivanhoe, but now of St. Thomas', Sydney, is at present on a brief return visit to Melbourne, and the male portion of his old parishioners are to be afforded another opportunity of hearing their popular minister of but a few months ago to-morrow (Sunday) after noon, when he will deliver the address at the opening service for 1914 of the Ivan hoe Men's Society In St. James' Church. Mr Crotty will also officiate at All Saints', St. Kilda, to-morrow morning, and at St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, in the evening. He will doubtless re ceive a warm welcome back.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CRICKET. FAIRFIELD v. ROSE OF FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

FAIRFIELD v. ROSE OF FITZ. . ROY. This match in the second grade Victorian .Junior, Association was played on the. new wicket in the Fairfield recteation reserve, granted to the club by the. Shire ;Council, but the.locals failed to putanything like a repres~ntative team into the field, having to secure the services of several recruits. Early in the -season Fairfield got together some really :strong. 'elevens, but ; through lack f success and apathy. many of the leading players have latterly be. come very luckwarm, notwithstand ing that it is the most important competition any of the district clubs are engaged in. There is an abund ande ofi cieketers -i rFaifi'eld;', ut the magnet used by outside clubs, combined with two local church teams, has a restricting, effect.. Ap parently some reorganisation meth, ods is urgently necessary, -but the only avenue open to create interest in local cricket is undeniably a dis trict cotndetitioi,. and " it is hoped that next season this:prbposal, a...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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RAILWAY FATALITY AT FAIRFIELD STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

RAILWAY FATALITY AT FAIR. FIELD STATION. The shocking tragedy which was enac ted at the Rathmines-street pedestrian trossing over the railway at Fairfield has aroused considerable comment through= )ut the district. The circumstances are well known. At about five o'clock on Friday afternoon of last week, whilst at eempting to cross the line at that point, Mrs -Emily Oldham, wife of Mr Geo. Oldham, of Leonard-street, Northcote, was run down and fearfully mangled by the 4.45 Heidelberg train from Prince's Bridge. The train to Melbourne had just left the opposite platform, and ap parently with the noise made by it did not hear the approach of-the other train. The official version is that she stepped on the track almost immediately in front of the engine, and was midway between the two rails, The mutilated remains were picked up, and removed by Con stable Ellisdn to the Morgue. Identifi cation was not established until late on Friday night. When Mr Oldham re turned home in the evening an...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SWIMMING NOTES. FAIRFIELD OPEN CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 February 1914

SWIMMING NOTES. FAIRFIELD OPEN CARNIVAL. Elaborate arrangements are in course of preparation for the aimual ople carnival of the, Fairfield club, which eventuates on the Yarra at the 'club's- well-known site below the Fair field recreation reserve next.Saturday afternoon, 14th February. The chief attractions are the appearances of the ex-world champion swimmer, F. de Beaurepaire, and the comical water performers, Leveson and Fea therstone. Races over all distances will be decided, and in addition there a-rc first-class and fancy diving events. An enjoyable afternoon's sport on the river is therefore as sured. Mr. Cyril Ruffle, the hard working secretary, who has been ab" selt at a miiltary camp for over a week, is back in-harness again, and with his large committee is making arraligements' complete in every de tail, so that with anything like a fine day, a record "gathering should as semble at the picturesque trysting place to witness the most attractive programme the club has yet a...

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