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IVANHOE v GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
IV40IJOE v GREENBBOBOUGH. Greensborough had first use of the wickets in their match against Ivanhoe. Batting 10 men, they made 42, Brown and Beale making 27 of that total. E. Ashby and G. For obtained the wickets. Ivanhoe had lost five wickets for 187 when play ceased for the day. Ashby is 50 not out, and G. Fox, who made 157 not out in the last match, bids fair to again reach the century, as he is 73 not out. The following are the scores: First Innigs. A. Reaeves, b Fox ...... ... C. Elliot, c, b Ashby ... .. 2 A. Brown, b Ashby ... 14 F. R. Starling, b Fox ... . ... 2 y. Bemai, run qut.. ... ... 18 B.-efliob, b Fox. ~ 1., J. Cowin, b Ashby ... ... 2 J. Medhurst, b Fox ... ... 0 O. King, not out ... ... ... 3 J. Starling, b Ashby ... ..;. 1 Sundries ...... ... ;..... 2 Total... .. Bowlizg--E. Ashby, for 17I; GFox, 4 ior 23. IVANHOE. First Innings, C. Skead, run out ... ... ... 26 F. Bryant, run out ... ... 16
TEMPLESTOWE B v FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
TEI4PLESTOWE By vAIRFryLP Fairfield . ourneye4 to T?.?plestq? e .? faturday with but se.vn n4ef and w?r. badly beaten, The home tearq closed their innings with nine wickets dowr for 96, five men scorirg double figures. Sairfield's first innings realised 30, Olas. son making 10. Their second effort was worth 47, Sheehy and Classon making 27 and 14 respectively. Rhodes and Sheahan obtained the wickets: The following are the scores 'TEIPLESTOWE B, 'irts Innings. P. Cashon, b Sheohy .. ... 13 8. Williamson, b Sheehy ... .. 7 P. Bassmussen, b Richmond ... 18 C.: leale, b Sheehy ..: i. 1 Y. ILicks, c, b Sieehy .. W. 8. Mullens, not out .. I 6 S. Mullens, run out ... ... 10 Joe Sheahan, b Easey . 9-. B. Rhodes, c, b Easey ... 14 Sundries ... .... ... ... 8 Innings closed, 9 wiokets for ... 96 - Bowling--I. Sheehy, 4 for 41; Jenkins, P for ?5; Richmond, 1 for 12; Easey, 2 ~o?'rQ:'-.. . .. JAIRPIELD. First Innings,. I. Sheehy, c, b Rhodes ... ... .. - A. Jenkins, b Sheahan ... '... .5 B. Cla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
Dr. Basil J. Adam " WURROOK," IVANHOE. S Hours 9 to 10 aa., 7 to 8 p.m. Baturdaya and Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. Vaccatiotoa-Tuesdays. 2 to 3 p.m, Visiti FAIRFIELB daily 11 a.m. (Sun. days excapted. Messages may be left at MrMcGregor'u, next Mr Marsh's, Station atreet. TB H. KIRWAN KING SHEIDELBERG. .May be Conmulted Daily, 9 to 11 a.m Visits : Eltham-Mondays, 2 p.m. Greenbomrough-Mondays, 4 p.m; and Thursdays, 1 p.m. -amcd Cr?k-Thursdays (Oddfellowa N- ),2.30p.m. 1DB, BO L LA S 0 N OP BEIDELIERO : " *uav, Tuesdays, 12 noon. -- a?-=?oo?,s; Tuesdays, 2.410 p.. Diamond CnaCs, Frldays,3 p.m. DR. E. B. HEFFERNAN Rae Commenced Practice At YANJA STRET , ALPHINGTON S And at .. ·, .~Bf L FAIBFIELD. Private Hospital - (RegIstered.) -"-hA, ORA," HBRIDELBEBRGROAD, IVANHOE-Close station. SPatients aooommodated before and after ooe- : uo- . hement. Every comfort and :sk. : iilled attention - PII--Two sad a half Galnes. Visiting ases attended. : INURSE JACKSON (Certifioted.) SILISTRIA. Private Nursing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
Dairy Produce and 5m~iill Goods Shop, GEO. TODD B EGSB to announce that he has opened aJ. DAIRY PRODUCE AND SMAI;L GOQODS SHOP in-. ITiDLBERG ROAD, IVANHOE,.f I I(opposite~Eades, Stationerj whbre???y b;e obtained the best -brands of Western District Butter, Famous Leoir; also Gippsland brands: Hutton's Hams anid Bacon's and- mall Goods, New Laid Eggs, Honey, Cheese, Lard, &o. GOODS:DELIVERED. FOI Alil TROUBLES YOu SinOULD .CONSULT 95 JOHNSTON ST?" COL1NGWOOD * A W(StIA HGTto SWitPSt)? CAMERAS & PHOTOGi APH C SUPPLIdE ?STOCtlH I*ordekeepers i Do you know it| PAYS YOU ,to SAVE YOUR 1: &BONES COLLECTED IN EVERY PART, OF THE DISTRICT, :Highest Prices Given. ca Post Card to E, B. Roth, TEMPLESTOWE BOILING DOWN WORKBS. ROBERT DICK, House Doeorator, Importer of Window Glass, Paper hangings, and all Painters' ReQuisites, B EGS to intimate that 'he has. Moved his Business--to premises lately ooou* pied by Mr Eade BEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE. Phone, Heidelberg 82. And tro...
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. FAIRFIELD CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
TOPICS OFTHE WEEK. FAIRPFIELD CARNIVAL. A meeting of the committee of the com bined Fairfield earuival-a fixture for .Otl February.--was haeldat Fairfield on Tuesday evening, tIe chair beoing occu. pied by Mr Hyslop, when business mostly of a routine character was trans acted. The matter of allowing members of the swimming club admission on their members' tickets was discussed, and after the explanation of Mr Gration, one of the club's hen. secretaries, that the tickets were purchased on the under standing that they admitted free to all the club's swimming fixtures, it was decided that this arrangement be carried out. Of course this applies to the after noon portion of the carnival only. Good progress was made with the arrange* ments for successfully carrying out the carnival.
Our Duty to the Empire [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
.he Dews. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TELEPHONE-Heidelberg 67x. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 191i. Our Duty to the Empire IN our last issue we endeavoured to give expression to that appeal, so necessary and so urgent, to the man hood of our Empire which is now being voiced wherever loyalty and patriotism exist throughout the Em-. pire. As pointed out, we need to realize and-measure the extent and character of the forces arranged againsTus, and to recognise in those words of the Prime Minister of England, addressed to the mayors of the capitals of each of the coun tries constituting the United King dom, that "the time has come for combined effort to stimulate and or ganize public opinion and public effort in the greatest conflict in which our people has ever been en gaged. No one who can contribute anything to the accompFshment of this supremely urgent task is justified in standing aside." We learn that ''modern Germany presents to us the spectacle of a nation which has ordered its lif...
GREENSBOROUGH v TEMPLESTOWE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
GREENSBOROUGH v TEMIPLESTOWE The report of the above match, con cluded on'the 16th inst., did not arrive in time for our last issue. In response to Templestowe's score of 187, the locals hadlost 4 for 73, but when play was resumed on the following Saturday, the side was out for an additional 11 runs. They followed on, but did net do any better, being beaten by an innings alnd 42 runs. The following asie the scores TEMPLESTOWE A. Firm? iings ... ... i.s18 GREENBBOROUGH. First Innings. A. Reeves, run out-... ... ... 3 C, Elliott, c, b B. Hodgson . .. .O: A. Brown,'c, b Chivers .. F. R. Stirling, b Cashen ... 6= 4 B. Dawson; b Hodgson :.. -:"l. 1 R. Elliott, c, b Cashen ... W. Thomas, b Fitzsimmon ... A. Beale, b Fitzsimmons ... .-. firstname.lastname@example.org " A. Lines, c, b Fitzsimmons 6 J. H. Starling, not out . O" C. Gostray, absent . Sardides ... ...........6 Total......... ... Bowling-Chivers, 1 for 19; bodgson, 2 for 38; Rasmussen, 0 for 9; iFitzsummo? 3 for 8; Cashen, 2 for 4. Second Innings .. B, ...
CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. The first matches in the second round of the above were commenced last Saturday. Templestowe B defeated Fairfield in the first day. A lack of interest is noticed in the latter team, as they could only muster seven men. Ivanhoe have the game against Greens. borough well in hand, while an interest ing contest is taking place at Heidelberg where the locals are playing Temple stowe A. The latter team is leading in the competition, but Heidelberg areonly one point Lehind, and an exciting finish should be witnessed to-day.
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 25th, 1915. (Before Dr Rollason and Mr M. A. Macleod, J's P. SCHOOL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 25th, 1915. (Before Dr Rollason and Mr M. A. Macleod, J's P. SCHOOL CABES. Moses Orabb, on behalf of the Education Department, proceedea against a number of parents who failed to send their children to school the requisite number of days, when fines were inflicted as follow: Chas. Walker, 5s on each of two charges; William Parker, 5s; Thos, Hayes, 7s 6d; Chas. Woodhead, 5s; Edward Oldfield, 5s. JUSTICE WITH MERCY. Moses Crabb proceeded against Vera Allen on a similar charge. The husband of the defendant appeared andstated that he was a traveller but had been out of work for about seven months, and had not been able to obtain anything else to do. As a consequence, his wife had been compelled to go out and work to provide food for the family. There was a baby, two or three months' old, and the girl whose absence from school had caused the sum. mons to be issued was kept at home to look after the baby in the absence of the mother. On the suggest...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
PITH AND POINT. Miss Nina Lording resumes tuition on F ebruary 2nd. The business advt. of Nicoll and Hume, joiners and cabinet makers, of Ivanhoe, appears elsewhere. MIr Reynolds, in our advertising columns, mentions that he is prepared to advisc on all classes of work in the building line, The monthly meeting of the members of the Heidelberg Progress Association will be held on Monday evening. On Saturday. February 6th, Messrs C. J. and T. Hans, in conjunction with MsIcsrs Bradshaw and Sons, will sell "The Grangc" brick villa and building alliiotments at AI phington. On 3rd February Messrs M\embrev and Dease will sell furniture and household effects at 33 Station street, Fairfield. Miss Niia Ekins (piaio) aid Mliss Eva Ekinis (Mrs H. C. Taylor) (singing) resume tuition oni Monday, February 8th. At ,t ;an.es' chlurch oi Sunday morning there is to be a church plarade of 100 scouts from thie Kew, North Melbournei, South Melbourne, Northcote, Bruns?iek, and Ivanhoe troops now in :uamp ...
FAIRFIELD AND ALPHINGTON ANGLERS' CLUB. PRESENTATION TO PRIVATE BENTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
FAIRFIELD AND ALPHINGTON ANGLERS' CLUB. PRESENTATITQl TO PRIVATE BENTLEY. At the usual weekly meeting of the members of the Fairfield and Alphington Fish Protection Society and Anglers' Club, held at the club rooms last Thursday evening, advan tage was taken of the presence of Private Thornburn Bentley, who has enlisted for service with the Expe ditionary Force, and is now in camp at Broadmeadows, to make him a presentation from the members, Private R-ntley having been a valued ±ucmiber and committeeman Mr H. Hyslop, vice-president, who occupied the chair in the unavoid able absence of the president, Mr LeMasurier, presented the guest of the evening with a gold-cased com pass, suitably inscribed, and in doing so referred to the sterling worth of the recipient asa e iienber and 4 man, and expressed the adiniration of the members at his pluck in going to the front to fight the battles that mean so much to all of qs. In con, clusion Mr Hyslop wished the giest God speed and a safe retur...
MINE IN FLAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
MINE IN FLAMES. A disastrous fire occurred on Wednes day at the Diamond Creek gold-mining company's property, when the entire winding and pumping plant, battery, and poppet heads were demolished. A tricky north wind is supposed to have been the cause of the trouble in the stokehole. Mr. Stovona, tho--ongine-driver --vas in charge, and, receiving knocks that men were coming to the surface, he pluckily stuck to the engine, arid brought the cage to the surface. He was surrounded by flames, and lost his coat and vest before leaving the engine. The other men, three hours later, were able to come up to the surface by way of the escape shaft. A motor fire-engine, sent from the Central Fire Station, soon had the fire under control. The plant was owned by Cameron and Sutherland, and let on terms to a company of district men, who have been striking good stone. The insurance is not known, but the damage is estimated at £5000.
BEAUTIFICATION OF THE YARRA. KEW COUNCIL TO ASSIST. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
PliqE TIFIGATION OF THE YARRA. KEW COUNCIL TO ASSIST. With the object of finding work for the unemployed the Minister of Public Works recently made a pro position to Kew and Heidelberg councils that they should join with the Government in carrying out cer tain works in connection with the Yarra beautification scheme within the municipalities mentioned. The councils were asked to 'consider plans of wvrks submitted and state what contributions they were willing to make towards the cost of the scheme, which was estimated at £25,525, of which £12,600 would be expended in Kew and £x2,925 in Heidelberg. The councils were in formed that the Government was willing to find the money for the works and to bear its charg of the cost. At a meeting of KIev council, held in 'private on Monday night, it was decided to co-operate with the Government in carrying out the Kew portion of the scheme. The following resolution was carried : That this council is- prepared to con tribute £250 per annum for a...
DIRECT ROAD BETWEEN IVANHOE AND KEW. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
DIRECT ROAD. BETWEEN IWANHOE AND KEW. Sir,-Ixi reference to your article in issue of January 23rd on " Shire Grant to Unemployed." the councils of Heid elberg and Kew are td be congratulated on their success in arranging with the Gover?mnent such. works as the con structing of the boulevard, a bridge at -urke road and the opening of the Outer Circle bridge at Fairfield at a cost of only £250 each per annum. It is a great work at a small cost to the locali ties, but, in my opinioq, the scheme sshquld be enlarged to include a direct road and bridge between Ivanhoe and Kew. In almost the immediate future direct communication between the two suburbs will be urgently desired and now-before the boulevard scheme is completed-is the time to consider it so that the road, the bridge and all- ap. proaches may be a part of such schemne. At a meeting held to consider the bridge luestion in the Ivanhoe lajl on De~. 13th, 913, by fully tdn to one it was t•e opixion of those present that a bridge s...
A SHORT STORY. (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. PART IV. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 30 January 1915
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