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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

PATRIOTIC FUND. Since the last meeting of the commit tee of tile Heidelborg District Patriotie Fund, the secretary (M1rs Sterling) has obtained a quantity of wool and flannel, and will be glad if those wishing to help in the sewing will call at any of thep following centres-Heidelberg, on oan, day at three o'clock, at the library room, shire hall; Jvanhoe, on Thursday at three o'clock, at the Ivanhoe hall; A1 phington, on 23rd, at the residence of Mrs T. Adams. A few donations in money have been received .and will be acknowledged in next week's issue, when a long list, it is hoped, will be published. The following donations of goods Thave been received since last report:--Mirs Ford and Mrs Smith, two cardigan vests; Mrs Delbridge, three balaclava caps; Mrs Omerod, so. and washers. A nursing class will be coumesnced at Alphington on TWednesday. Harvest Thanklsgiviug service. will be conducted in the Ivanhoe and Heidelberg Anglican churches to-morrow.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEIDELBERG v FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

HEIDELBERG v FITZROY. The abovematch,:played |lat Saturday at Heidelberg, resulted in a draw. To day Heidelberg play the 3MlC.O. at. thle. Amateur Sports Ground. Members are requested to catch the 1.52 trein from Heidelberg. The following are thei scores HEI DELBERG. W, Bond, retired ... ... ... 3: C. Malig, b Lansdowne ... ... 1 ,L. MaL.retired.. ... .. G J. Dean, b Rodds ...a L, Xelsoretired . ...-.. ... 30 iV. Duzxon, run out .. A. Johliton" b Bond '0-.' (. Cooper, riot out..? ." g '" ·9 R. Hai·ntahnot; out: .,. : .:10 Sundazes ... .. . . fnings declared closed: 608:. PITZROY. Lansdowne, c, b May .. ... 0 Barrett, b Kelso ... .. g Bond, b Kelso . 10 Jeffries, c, b Xelso.... . . 7 S Achdeacon, b Johnston .. , .. 10 Bartlett, not out~ ... 60 Brosnan, not out ... ... 20 - Bundries ... ... . ... .. Total for5 Oficketei ... ... 1

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

HEIDELBERG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, 1915. (Before Messrs Goldsmith, P.M., and Dr King, Cr Stone, and Mr T. Latham, J's.P) SCHOOL CASE. Moses Crabb, an officer of the Education Department, proceeded against Donald Fraser for failing to send his child to school the required number of days per week. A fine of 2s was imposed. TRAVELLING WITH WRONG TICKET. Joseph Deane,.an officer of the Victorian Railways, proceeded against Edmund Sheffield for travel ling without a ticket. Edward McGregor, assistant station master at Heidelberg, said that on the 24th November the defendant bought a second class single ticket to Melbourne, and left at about two o'clock. He returned at about six o'clock and gave up a first-class single. Witness was sus picious and questioned the defendant next day. At first he would not say anything, but then said he had bought it. The matter was reported to the station master, and a prosecu tion was ordered. R. Jones, booking clerk at Princes' Bridge, stated ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v FITZROY ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

0THER 3MATCHIES. IVANHOE v FITZROY ROVERtS. Playing half time each Fitzroy'put- 79 runs, while Ivanhoe contributed 93, thits :winningf by 14 runs. To.day Ivanhoe play at Fitzroy cricket :ground,.. play commencing at 2.30. FITZROY. Piper,-run out. ... ;.. . ...2 Martin,;c; b Smith..- .,. .". 6 Woods, b Fox ... ... ... 41 Walton, ot out ... ... ... 29 Griffiths, not out .... ...... Sundries... ... .... . 1 Total for 3 wicketsi.- ;.. 79 Bwling :-Fox, 1 for 14; ,Smith, 1 for 19. . - : IVANHOE. J. Barry, c, b Walton ... ... 21 " Alex. Fox, c, b sWalton . .;. ... 5 W. Bryant, not out . .... I.-. Alex. Mann; b Waltdi . . 1 Geo. Blair, c, b Waltonm ... :.. 5 C. Thompson, not out .. .. 7 Sundries ... ... ,... .... . Total for 4 wickets... ... U9

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

WARDEN'S COURT. E. Holmes "proceeded against Adelaide Maud Woodman, asking that the Mining Registrar be re strained from registering defendant's application for a residential area in Diamond Creek, such aret ttlgrg in a 66 feet frontage to the Back creek, and also taking in part of a public reserve. Mr Brayshay, who appeared for the plaintiff, said that defendant marked out a residential area which blocked access to the stream and it was against the public interest to have the area reserved. She had hoodwinked the authorities by send ing in a plan that did not give the extent or actual location of the land marked out and applied for. It should really be a 'matter for the Mining Registrar to conserve the intcre.ts of the public and of the laws of the State but apparently there was nothing in the vines acts or bye-laws to make this a duty in cumbent upon the Registrar. H. Holmes, brother of plaintiff, said he had visited the spot and saw it pegged out. The warden made an order as re q...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREENSBOROUGH v TEMPLESTOWE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

GREENSBOROUIH v TEMPLEITOWE The above iom tch was: eoniiinced. on 6atLurday- Teapleastowe B;-iattinhg first, nmaduonljy 8s;,Ctreighton aid..Edifniohds beingth. ,:two bowi~rs. Greenaborough were? dspo sed. of for .:78, reichton, evpar, jand.Bele being. the. only- bate. ruesto tmake. any :stand against .the bowii?g of, Williamson, who ebtained- 7 for 32. Inthe time, left for play the visitiyg team lost 4 for 33. Tke following are the scores TEMPLESTOWE. B. First Innings. . 8. Mullens, c sub, b Emhohds ... 1 R. IRasiniiseni,:b Edolid:. ... 2 . 8. Williamson; b Edimoh??s ... :6 . Sheaban, run out . 5 B. Rkoilitiib Creightonf.. ... . P. Caselin; b Creighton ....* .. 6 W.EHill, b-Edmond- . ... .... 14, W. Smit.h|? C righton .. ... O, W. Fitssimsons, n'ot out ,... ... I. W.Chivers b bCiigl~to??n ... ... :, G. Bealeb CGreiglitoi ... -.. Suindries .... 1 Total ... ... ... ... 88 BowlingJ. Creigliton, -5 for .13;, B. Edmonds;-, 4 for 24. Secondi Innings. 8. Mullens, b Creighton ... .. 19 i -F...

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 — 13 February 1915

PITH AND POINT. T"1e Ivanhoe Swimming Club's Aquatic Carnival takes place on Fobruary 27. "The Correct of Corsetry" is to be found right now at .attan's, where a full assort mout of stylds and shlapes will be discovered in the fainous "American Lady," "Kiabo,"' "\Wmrnor's"."P.D." and other well-known makes.. All prices reduced, too ! The Corsets at ??Hattam's represent an in finite umiuber of designs, some rcfleetiwg tho latest and most ultra feattires of fashionll and othdrs more conservativeo in their sty'lc. They include all the best-kuown makes anlld are all remarlukbly low in price.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TEMPLESTOWE A v ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

TEMPEsBTGWE Av A1PHiNbTON; : The abuvam tchis teoniithende.d on ·T1ii ome team had the use of the wic. hetatalkheik afternoon;- and ha'' lost 8 widkettori I6.- Fitzuimuuink a usual, gottopi'sibre ~ flxi hidid*., 110i has~ an avqb3tvr 45 foitlx%.e aiobh. C. Italidhs, Jolla flodi~ ~ nry'M~bllocns sat(iae ee.'o~dule-figure ' e 1 slowinsg ar. theiscores TEM'LElTowFt A. Fitrnimonsb Hug ... .. 43 J4a~llql x Gildisi.' Burrovs,. 20 C5-Rai~nuuseuC' c GildingJxlflcksk$ 30 B Cris,.ba Pilcw,.. ... 5 i.T i~not outi .... 24 hota . 8 w~hicketfo ... 21 dri 26 Sliog:-Buurows. 1 for 28; Hicks, 4 for 6&; Whitchers 0 lor,28 ;<H-ughoes 1 for 26; Pord, O for 17; Pitcher1 2 for 24.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

Dr. Basil J. Adam 1 " WURROOK." S. IVANHOE. Bours- 9 to 1o a.m., to 8 p.m. Saturday. aud Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. Vaccination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m, ] Visit. FAIRFIELD daily 11 am. (Sun days excepted. Messages may be left at Mir MGreegMor', next Mr Marsh's, 8tation. DR H. KIRWAN KINGO HEIDELBERG. Mayt be Consulted Daily, 9 te 11 am Visits : E-~iam-Mondays, 2 p.m. Oreensborough-Mondaye, 4 p.m; and Thursdays, I p,m, Diamond Creek-Thursdays (Oddfellow. Ball), 2,30 p.m. D 1, RO L LA O N O HEIDELBERG VISITS- .... CaI ,? Tuesdays, 12 noon. * Gasuo.oaoaoo; Tuesdays, 2.0 p.m S Dimead OCa?, Fridays. 3 p.m. DR. E. B. HEFFERNAN Has Removed to 86 STATION STREEt, FAIRFIELD. SPhone Nortbcote 552. Private Hospital (Regiltered.) - KIA ORA," BHEIDELBERO-ROAD. IVANHOE-CloSe Station. Patlente acoommodated before and after aeeonehement. Every comfort and skilled attention PIFBS-Two and a half Guineas. Vaiting ease attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certfleated.) SILISTRI A. Private Nursing Home tkegistercd) 'ARB.A S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

Dally Produce and Smail G oods1 Shop. GEO TODD EGji'lso anodu;nce that he hasp opened . 'DAIRY PRODUCE AND SIMALL GOODS SHOP in REIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE, (opp6siteaEades, Stationer) ' where may be obtained the best lbrauds of Western Dist'rict Butter, Famous Leura; alsdoGippslagid brands: Hutton''sHams and Bacobis'ania 8mall Goods, New Laid Eggs, HIoney:, OhcSe,Lard, &s. GOODS DELIVERED. TROUBLES Towsul; --~ Do yon know ULDt PAYS YOU to 8AVE YfOUR COLLETEDIN EVERY PART OF THE DISTO Ti liHgli st Pres Oiven. E BUPPLI. RothOD. TEMPI.ELSTOWE BOmIIN DOWN Housekeepers Debcirator, Dmporer on Winoow Itlass, Paper-to SAVE YOUR ChaLgEEs, and allEVER Painters'RT !- itimaSt tIate ha ove his Business to premises lately oncu 'ed by Mr Ead to E. B. Roth, TESiP'LESTOWE BOILING DOWN ROHEIDELBERG ROADDICK IVANo.se Imports! loj Window Glass, Paper aPhone~, Hiand albrgl Painters'82 snd trust byn atood workmaiship eand up hlylg only the best mateal to meritc c pihre of publiy patron Eagde HEIDEL...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. RIFLE CLUB FOR IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

STOPICS OF THE WEEK. RIFLE CLUB FOR IVANHOE. For some little time Miessrs Dunn, Hackett, Rlodger, Carruthers, and other Ivanhoe residents have been interesting themselves in the formation of a rifle club, and the Railway Department were communicated with in an effort to obtain a site for a miniature range. A site bet ween the railway station and M'arshall street, on the north side of the line, has been offered by the department, who will grant a 21 years' lease for £2 per annum, but nothing definite has been decided. In view of the determination of the authorities to encourage the formation of rifle clubs throughout Victoria, a meeting, convened by Cr Coate, will be held in the Ivanhoe hall next Thursday evening, when it is probable that definite steps in that direction will be taken. It should not be necessary for us to point out the importance of the project, and a large and enthusiastic meeting will undoubtedly result.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Inner Meanings of the War. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

CPe Pws. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TELEPHONE-Heidelblerg 67M. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915. The Inner-Meanings of the War. WHii.i0 evidences are not lacking. from one end of thle Empire to the other, that the active patriotism of its peoples is .being stirred-albeit tardily- iiito iresolute life; and be cause the gleast heiart of the nation is being moved, it: is perhaps not untimely toexamine the motives and reasons, toSgether .ivith .their bear ings,. :which:are impelling us for ward. No doubt it will be said that such an iiiquiry, tra versing as it does the promise- usually j assigned to the mnoralict and preacher, lies outside the proper unction of the press. To which we ?would ma'ke . reply that whlitever rules. andi prescriptions wevre rightly recognised in normal tiines, are transcehded by the ineon ceivably stupeiidlous and overvwhelin ing fac tlitat the greatest war of his lory presents t:o uis and at- the same timne fiaces.oilr civilisation i ith most awvfuii?ossible...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

cRIOelEU.T flID L'BEIG ASSOCIATI) N Another round of matche 'sa Va osh* msnced on Saturday. ismp'lestoweo_ hav s.et Alphingtons heavy.task, while :Gaaboroughbid i: :game of small * p ,agein S gqod position against TenIaasowelB . We have .et.received * report of. the,Fairfleld v Ivanhoe game.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

- OST, Fox Terrier, answers to "Dandy," L_ white, with black petch on head. Reward. Hudspoth, "Karami," Ivauhoo parade, north end. LOST, in Sherwood Road between " Bonnie Doon " and railway gates, purse containing half sovereign. Reward on returning to " Bonnic Doon." L1OUND, on W~od!esday evening, at L) Frost's corner, Ivanhoe, Baby's Coat. Owner can haie same on applying to this office. - IVANHOE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. r1HE usual Monthly Mooting of the I above society will be hold on MIonday next, in the Rechabite Hall, Ivanhoe, at 8 o'clock. W. H. COLLINS, Hen. Sec. St John Ambulance. . NURSING CLASS will be started on L. Wednesday, February 17ith, at the residelnce of Mirs T. Adams, "' Hillsview," Heidolberg Road, Alphington, Dr Griffiths, lecturer. Allladies interested are invited to enrol, E. F. ADAMIS, Secretary. IVANHOE STATE BOHOOL. ANNUAL PICNIC W, ILL be held at Hampton on Batur day next, 2Q0th February, Special train leaves Ivanhoe 9.15 a.m,, stopping at Alphington and F...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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THE DIRFCT ROAD TO KEW. OPINIONS OF OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

THE DIRFCT ROAD TO KEW. OPINIONS OF OUR READERS. Sir,.There can be no doubt the contenton of " Fairy Hills" in your last week's issuie that the best and most practical situation for a bridge across the YarTa would be soiomnewhere in the .neighbourhood of Ivanhoe and Alphington, is sound. Any future extension of the tram service either along Willsmnere-road, or in a direct line from Glenferrie road, across Hyde Park Estate, would directly link up your district with the southern service, as well as affording the miost direct commnuni cation betweenl Kew and Heidelberg, whereas the proposed onie at the ex tension of the Bourke-road is useless to either place, and only a few chains shorter fromni Kew to the township of IHeidelberg than via the present Temiplestowe-road. What should have been dlone was. to have called a conference of the itistricts directly, interestedi, and, with the Government, to have gone into tlhe whole matter carefully, instead of which the present scheme appears t...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SOUTH MORANG BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

SOUTH MORANG BRIDGE. \Ir. Charles D. Frederic, secretary of-the Tanck's Corner Progress As sociation:, .u.ote in Wednesday's '!Ar gus" as follows :--"By direction of he Tanick' "Crner Prqgtejs _s9 ciation, I bleg to direct nattention~t the injustice done this district by municipal mismanagement. Some time back the shire councils of HLeidelberg and Whittlesea agreed in conferenice to build a bridge over the P'lenty River at South Morang, each body to contribute £250 towards the cost. Heidelberg is prepared to carry out its part of the contract; Whittlesea is not. The latter pleads IPvcrtiy as an excuse. To meet that dillic~ilt3-'the Hleidelbe.?g Council un (lertook to6 finafice Whittllieh, bt. that body still stands out" on ~d plea (as stated biy individual coin rilloisy; that the scheiie wfduld benpe lit -Heideib-org moFe tltan Whittlesea. lenewe" we have a publio borj draw ingg-State subsidies thwarting State development - through mere jealousy. This reactionary council jogs along ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE STATE SCHOOL. NEW CLASS ROOMS OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

IVANHOE STATE SCHOOL. NEW CLASS ROOMS OPENED. Tile new class rooms at the Ivan hoe State school were officially opened on Friday afternoon last, in the presence of a nuniber of visitors, by the Honorable J. G. Membrey, M.L.A. The visitors assembled in the senior class room, and were wel conied by Mr. Edgar Wallis, corres polndent, in the absence of Mr. W. li. Ball, president of the schools corn mittee. Mr. Wallis said that Mr. Membrey needed no introduction, as he was well known to every boy and girl in the school. They were grateful to him for what he had dlone for, the school. In connection with the recent deputation Which waited on the Mlinister of Edu cation, Mr. Membrey had been a tower of strength. Having got the additions, he felt like Oliver Twist -he wanted more. The district war ranted it. They felt they ought to have more scholars, but a great school near them wash like an octo pus, drawing their children to it, by sending inducements to parents to send their children the...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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RIFLE CLUB FOR HEIDELBERG ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

RIFLE CLUB FOR HEIDELBERG ENTIIUSJIASTIC MEETING. At a meeting held in MIelbourno on Wednesday of last week of suburban mayors and presidecnts, the questio?n of the establishment of rifle clubs, where drill and military training could also be undertaken, was dis cussed, and it was decided that every municipality in the State should be wrtten to and impressed with the necessity of forming such a club in their respective shires. Taking time by the forelock, Mr. R. L. Wingrove, acting' for a number of residents of Heidelberg, last week convened a meeting for such a pur pose. - The meeting took place on Wednesday in the Barkly Hall, HIeid elberg, and was attended by nearly 100 persons, including a number of ladies. The meeting was very en thusiastic, proving that the import ance of the proposal was fully rea lised. Cr. J. Coate, president of the shire,. occupied the chair, and gave the meeting the benefit of informa tion he had received from the Minis ter of Defence relative to the esta...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. MATCH AGAINST CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO. CIATION. MATCIH AGAINST CARLTON. (By Sir Francis,) "Once again," as the old ballad ran, the B team scored a good win on the Ivanhoe green. In the former match at Carlton they were well defeated by the City men. Of course our rinks cannot compare with the Carlton green, which was selected by the Victorian Bowling Association for the final games in the recent single-handed championship matches won by W. Bleach, of Richmond Union. One rink of Carlton; captained by Ridgway, won in decisive style against W. R. Barstow, and in the game between Fmlay, of Carlton, and Dr A'dam the Carlton bowlers put up 12 in 10 ends to three scored by the doctor and his associates. The Ivanhoe players made a good recovery, and by the aid of a fourer in the 24th end were within two of their opponents. The last end was productive of three for the doctor, which left him a winner by one point. It was a well contested game. F. Bryant again proved an able skip. per for Ivanhoe, an...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 February 1915

FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. The following is the list qt matoches to be played - A. Grade. Feby. 20.--v. Ivanhoe, iat Ivanhoe. a;:r;clh 0.-v. Prest~bil at iestoi. ' i\h;iich; !8·- 7~lr.ur at Farirfield. larel?? 0.--v:: thori.bniv at Fairfield. TMarchl 27.-v. Iv anheo at Pairfiefid, April 17--v. Prestoi at airfield. April 24:.-:v. Tholnbry at Tliornbur-. May' 1 ~;.:±Norithcote at Northoote. C .:?=:' .:. Grade. , Feb. 20.... Ivanhoo at I airfield; Mirebh G6--. Prestoi at Fa;irfield Mlbrch13. 13 Thoriibury at. Thornbunv. MIarch 20*-. Nortlhcote at Northcote. iarch 27.--v.:Ivaiihoe it~ lIvanhoe Afril 17.-. . Prestou at Preston. April Ii.---v. Tloribuny at Fairfield IMiv 1.-v. Nortlick~f atj icWircldi Correspondents forwarding their .views on any mnatter are specially re quested to curtail their letters as much as possible, owing to the limited space available wheu any conotroversy arises, and f.rcquently we are compelled to hold over comumunications which, if properly condensed, could be fo...

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