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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
CRICKET NOTES. The report of the match at Greens borough, where the locals met Temple stowe A team, has not come to hand, but we'understand that Templestowe were victorious. In this connection we wish to draw the attention of cricket secre taries to rule 9, which reads-"The secretary of the home team shall report progress of the match to the editor of the "News" every Monday. . . For each infringement oE this rule the de faulting club shall be liable to a fine of 2/6." A strict observance of this rule is desirable. The first matches in the second round will commence to-day, the draw being as follows, matches to take place on the grounds of the first named clubs: Heidelberg v Templestowe A, Ivanhoe v Greensborough, Templesfowe B v Fair field, Alphington a bye. The Alphington will play the "Aristo cratica " at Alphington to-day, Ivanhoe B play a 2-days' match with a team representing Kew.
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
PITH AND POIOT. In additionto the pictures at the Park T'heatre next week, MIiss Alice Baptist will render illustrated patriotic songs. The sale of sales. A price-cutting event of supreme importance to you as a seeker after big bargains. We refer, of course, to Hattam's Big Summer Drapery Sale now proceeding. Everything has aviated except salaries. Therefore it is important that you spend your cash wisely. Hattam's offer you stupendous bargains at thoir big Summer Sale.
HEIDELBERG B v BALACLAVA ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
HEITýELBERG B v BALAOLAVA IROVERS, The above match was commenced last Saturday. The locals batting first scored 99 runs, A. Irvin batting well for 38. Balaclava scored 45 for the loss of one wicket. The match will be concluded to-day, The following are the scores: . HEIDELBERG. First Innings. W. Evans,c, b Adamson ....... 0 A. Young, b Smith :... .... 14 F. Dixon, b Adamson ... ... O A. Ward, b Adamson .... ... 14 .At rvin; c aud:1Adamson ..; 38 E. Barkway, b Adamson ...... 4 '1T. Evans, c,?hl Adamson ... .. 6 W. Twomey,:not out ... ... 9 C. Milburn, a, b MIcGuiness ... 4 W. Walker, c, b Moore ... ... 11 nI. Twomey, b S~ith ... 5 Total... ... ... ... 99 :·BALACLAVA ROVERS. Grahani,not out ... ... 14 Kelleher, b.A. Young ..10 M. Guiness, not out ... ... 16 Sundries.. : ... ..... 5 Total for 1 wicket ...... 45
THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
THE UNEMPLOYED. The unemployed 'question was further discusssed on Tuesday, before the Minis ter for Public Works, and there were present:-Mr Elmslie, M.L.A., Rev. Dr Strong, Sir David Elennessy, the mayors of Essendon, Hawthorn, Kew, the presi dent of the Heidelberg shire (Cr Coate), and other representatives. It was re solved that an appeal be made to the public, employer and employee alike, to make some sacrifice at this time of dis tress to make provision for their less fortunate fellow-citizens, and the appeal has now been made. All the committees have been merged into one, which will have control of funds. Cr Coate has been appointed on that committee. During the discussion Mr Hagelthorn stated that the Government were not committed to anything yet except the Yarra scheme.
A SHORT STORY. (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. Author of "A Woman's Crimes," "Clarissa's Revenge," "My Deadly Foe," &c. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
A SORT STORY. (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. By ROSETTA GRACE SPEAR ING. Authorof "A Woman's Crimes," ?Caiissia'is Revenge," "My Dead ly Foe," &c. ;-- PART III. :j-Stuhned by her words, Edgar )!waIs inable to speak; When at last -t n:isome degree recovered him self, the girl was gone. V.When dinner was announced that bight, Caisina was not to be found. W::..." here can she be, Edgar?" in -_,quired Mrs. Huntington. As briefly as possible, he told : her the story which had been im :: parted to him by the girl, whom he ::-:hoped to have made the mistress -:of his home. When he had finished i:"his mother took him by the hand :-.and said sympathetically: ,?a. "My dear boy, I do not wondei [ that you love her, she is a good and ,:inoble woman. I cannot tell you i how I admire and bless her for hav i.7ing fought so bravely the battle of -Iself-denial. :You too, my poor boy, ..,must try and bear up bravely the :,'::pain of suich a parting, for it will : be better that you should nev...
Electric Tram to Heidelberg. A NORTHCOTE PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
Electric Tram to Heidelberg. A NORTHCOTE PROPOSAL. Considerable disappointment was ex pressed among the residents of Northcote at the failute of the State Ministry to introduce to the Legislative Assembly before the House rose, a bill for the con struction of an electric tramway from the Fitzroy terminus along St. George's road, Northcote, to the boundary with Preston, and thence east and west through Preston. The secretary of the league has now received a communi cation from the Premier, explaining that the Government has been unable to carry out its promise to introduce the neces sary bill last session, because when the Parliamentary draftsman was preparing it on the draft'submitted by the league it was found that so many amendments were required to be inserted that there was not time in the closing hours of the session to deal with them. A great many fresh points had been introduced into the draft bill, which necessitated grave consideration. The responsibility for the delay rest...
A PARSON'S TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
A PARSON'S TRIALS. ---+--- , If he delivers a written sermoh, he is a back number. If he preach es extempore, 'lhe is a shallow think er. If he is not constantly calling up on his people, he is unsociable. If he visits to any extent, he is a gad about. " If he is married,"he.is an awfully nice fellow, but his wife doesn'i amount to much." If he lives iri single blessedness (I) woe be to him. All .the eligibles-and many of the others--never speak to each other at the guilds and parish socials, or else they do speak-gossip. If he is content to serve his Mas ter and his people on a small month ly sum (paid at irregular intervals) he is "cheap." If he timidly asks for a largo enough stipend to keen his household "decently and in good order," hlie is worldly-minded. If he would be "al things to all men," he is a bhyiocrite. If he is somewhat reserved, it is a cloak to conceal his sly attempts to foist a mediaeval priestcraft upon his peo. ple. If he quotes the sources eom which his best ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 January 1915
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YARRA IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
YARRA IM.PROVEMENT. Sir,--In last week's issue of the "News" you stated that the Heidelberg and Kew councils had agreed to give the sum of £6000 each towards the Yarra Improvement scheme, to be paid at the rate of £250 per year. This amount is to be supplemrngned by' dii idodnt d6f £12;00b0 from te Governmnht, ahd the three amounts are to be dev.ted to the following works, which I feel sure will meet with the hearty approval of the great bulk of the ratepayers of the Heidelberg shire:-1. The Outer Circle bridge, which for years has bepn olpspd, is tq be thrown open, thus providing a connecting link between Fairfield and Kew which will prove of great conveni ence to residents on both sides of the river. 2. I understand it'is the intention of the Government to construct a boule vard on the Kew side of the river from the Outer Circle bridge to Burke road. This will hare the effect of greatly im proving the Kew side of the river. 3. At Burke road the approaches are to be formed and a br...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. WHITHER ARE WE DRIFTING? [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responelble for. or identify ourselves with, the opiniomn expressed by our oorrespondenta. WIIITHER ARE WE DRIFTING.? Sir,-Reading between the lines of the explanatory paragragh that appeared in last week's issue of the " News," it may reasonallv be inferred that the -n. I called grant of £6000 by the Shire of Heidelberg.to the Unemployed Fund is not a donation at, all, that it has-only been put in that form to swell the list of contributions, and that it merely repre sents a sum 'of money that. is to be expended by the Public Works Depart meut on certain river improvements, and that, in consideration for the work done, the council must repay the Government, in principal and interest, the sum of £250 per annum for the next fifty years. Presuming that these figures are cor rect it will be seen that the ratepayers will have to provide the very large amount of £12,500 for relief works over which they will not have the slighest control and...
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. MATCH AGAINST HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
BOWL S. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. MATCH AGAINST HEIIELBERG. (gy Sir Francis.) A three-rink natch wa. played on th?p Ivanhoe green last Satt~rdlay against Heidelberg. The Rev A. Hardie was absent, but Huffer took his position as skipper, and Huffer made a fine display with his rink, scoring 34 to 19. He was the only skipper on his side victorious. Dr Adam was drawn against Mill and it was a good contest all the way to the 10th end, when the doctor netted a flver. He was afterwards in front the rest of the way and was finally a winner by seven points. Councillor Bryant had a rink of C players, but he had an easy passage, leading ajmost from start tb fi~ihiindo'6fdid ii 18"ahhad 'of Cbuiu. cillor Rank's four; The weather was exceedingly warm for play, but nothing but rain, or an invitation for a cool drink, drives a bowler to the pavilion for shelter. As tler, ae n0 pepant siatches to-day, anothWr local match is to bi e played against' Fairfield. The following are the scores: S ...
KEW v IVANHOE SOCIAL TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
KiEW v IVANHOE SOCIAL TEAEM. The above match was commenced on Saturday and will be concluded to-day. Ivanhoe have lost 5 for 163. Cliff Holt compiled a nice 64, he and Barry mak i~g an even 100 for the first wicket ·owJ. 'I matcih to bse #rra~igeti for ,A.N,A. day, The following are the scores-. IVANHOE. J. Barry, c, b Rose ... ... 86 C. Holt, b McDonald ... ... 64 A. Mann, c, b Rose ... ... 11 E. Crosby, b MIcDonald ... ... O W. Bryant, not out ... ... 214 W. Coulsonb Rose ... ... 1 A. Williams, not out ... ... 13 Bundries ... ... ., 1 Total for 5 wickets ...... 163
OTHER MATCHES. HEIDELBERG B v BALACLAVA ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
OTHER M£ATCHES. HEIDELBERG B v B4?lAO?IAVA O?VERBS.. The above match, concluded last Saturday, resulted in a win for the Rovers by 96 runs on the first innings. To-day a match will be played against the British Oil Co., when an early start is to be made. The following are the scores S BALACLAVA ROVERS. First Innings. ,.OGraham, c, b WVard .. ... ..8 "?e!leher, b A. Youhg .;: 10 ' 11. Guiness, , b Walker ..;- .;;. Smith, 1 Ward ..: .. ;;; 4 Stdwart c, b Ward .. :; . Adamson, b Young .: 14 .ltthe st, h B,'- 1iae .. " iMoore 'd, b Walker :: .; Longton, o, Evans . Allen, lbw, b Cooper . Sundries j.4 Total.. 195 Bowling-Walker, 3 for 711 Ward?, 8 for 19; Evans, 1 for 6: Coono?s .?r ±, Young, 2 for 24, HEIDELBERG. :. First Innings ,, 99 econd Innings Walker, b MIatthews ..: ::. 28 Cooper, c,-b MIatthews 0.. . 0 Barkway, b Smith .. ... 0 O Evans, not put ..9, .; 9 Total for 3 wpickets... . 86
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSOCIA TION. The Fairfield Progress Associaton has published their syllabus for the present half-year with a useful vest pocket rail way time table, whichmay be had from any member. The subjeot for next Tuesday evening is "The Social Aspect of the Present War," by the secretary (Mr Prismall). It promises to be in teresting and should excite discussion. At the following meeting on March 2nd, ex-Councillor Waddell will give a : lec ture, "Fairfield a quarter of a century ago and to-day." All residents are in-. vited.
HEIDELBERG v TEMPLESTOWE A [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
HEIDELBERG v TEMPLESTOWE- A. The above match, commenced last Saturday, is creating a good deal of interest, as the clubs are the leaders in the competition. lHeidelberg batted first and scored 140, L. May, 46, F. May, 35, Hart, 19, and Duzxon 10, being the top scorers. J. Hodgson, 5for 35, and Fitz simons, 3 for 21, bowled well, being backed up by splendid fielding. The visitors lost 1 for 26 at the call of time and the match, which is at an interest ing stage, will be concluded to-day. The following are the scores HEIDELBERG. First Innings. W. Bond, c, b Cashen ... _ ... 3 G. Proctor, c, b Hodgson ... . 1 L. MIay, lbw, b Hodgfon ... ... 46 F. MLay, stpd, b J. Hodgson '- :.- 35 A. Cooper, c, b Hodgson ... -:... O WV. Duxxon. b Chivers .. .. 10 I. Hart, b Fitzsimmolns-... . 19 L..Kelso, c, bh-Fitzsimmons- :.? :.·9 J. Dean, c, b J. Hodg~in :. : 4 G. 1aling, not out ... A. Johnston, b Fitzsitnns s ti .3 . 0 Sundries'... . . .. 13 Total .. ... ...40 SBowling-J. H odgson, 5 for: 35. T. C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
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SOUTH MORANG BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
SOUTH MORA.NG BRIDGE. We understand that the position of the much wanted bridge at South Morang, the erection of which has been held up through the inaction of the Whittlesea shire council, has reached another stage. The Minister of Public Works, we understand, has asked the representatives of the two councils to meet him to see whether this dead-lock 2annot be got over. It does seem a pity that the aid of the law should be invoked in such a necessary work as this, as the law expenses will undoubtedly cost half as much as the cost of the bridge. It is hoped that the Minister will see that in these days when work is urgently re quired that no council will be allowed to squander its money on legal expenses.