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BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. IVANHOE DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
BOWLS. -----0W---- - IVANHOE RECOREATION ASSO. CIATION. IVANHOE DEFEATED. (B1y Sir Francis.) The Ivanhoe B team last Saturday set out in high hopes of making a defence at Malvern Heights, and perhaps achieving a viatory, but they were defeated in every rink, more or less, paiticularly -more. It was my first visit' to -lalvern Heights, and it was indeed a pleasant surprise. The Clht stainds;:on- portion- of private property belonging to" Mi. 0. Gilpin, and this is its third season. There is a largei villa in the 'cetre of. theopro perty, and oin the. north side is a four rink green iiand on ' the south a tennis court and croquet lawn,.used by Mr. Gilpin's ..'family: The. remaining.- por tion of the ground is' laid out in garden,- and-.tlie-landscape-gardener's work is much iii evidence,- the floral emblems being carried out iii good taste. To further beautify the sur roundings there is a fish poiid, plenti fully stocked, the overflow fromn which replenishes a duck pond, ini which wer...
NATIONAL CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
HTATJQNA-L CONCERTS. A series of national concerts to be given monthly in the Melbourne town hall under the Faulkner Smith concert direction will commence on Saturday evening March 6th, with an Irish Musi. cal Festival for which Madame Mary Conly has been specially engaged to sing the same number she sang at the Dublin Irish Festival. She will be sup ported by one of the finest combination of artists who have appeared in Me! bournd, vi?:--Miss Hilda Mansfieid- s magnifleeiit new contralto; Miss a 'Oasi lotte Hemming, Miss' Agnes O'Keefe, Messrs Gerald Fitzmaurice, Edward J. Leahy, E. Napoleon Boffard, Walter T. Barker in Irish harp selections, Pat Coleman, the Harmonists Male Quartet, and the :riuh Pipers' Band. The band will parade "along 4li;abct4- streeL Bourke street, and Swanston Atreet, to the Town hall, and will girve selections of Irish aifs inside the building. The admission will be 2s and Is, and booked seats Is extra. Tickets and booking are at thje Pianola Co., 252 Colli...
IVANHOE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Monthy Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
IVANHOE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Monthy Meeting. Thle montly meeting of the mem bers of the .above society, was held in the Rechabite Hall on Monday evening, the President (Mr. Amos) being in the chair. After the ordinary minutes had been read, the secretary read the minutes of the last committee meet ing, which dealt principally with arrangements for the autumn show. Judges were appointed, and it was stated that Sir Arthur Stanley had been asked to perform the opening ceremony. The Ivanhoe Symphony Orchestra had consented to provide the music. New Members Mr. Thomas Rodger was proposed and duly elected as a member of the society. Lecture. The P.resident introduced Mr. Patterson (of the firm of Messrs Patterson & Shugg, process en gravers) who, at very short notice, had consented to deliver a lecture on "Color Photography." MIr, Patterson said the subject of " Color Photography" had been en gaging.the minds df experts for many years, and they were constantly reading in the pap...
SCHEDULE OF WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
SCHEDULE OF WORIS. The following schedule of works under special Government loan was agreed to: FAIRFIELD BIDING. Woodlands Drain ... ... 500 Livingsetone Street Bridge ... 250 IVANHOE RIDING. Livingstone Street Bridge and new road approaches ... ... 2500 Ashby Grove Sewer ... ... 500 Come Street Drain ... .. 350 Studley Road ... ... ... 750 HEIDELBERG RIDING. Burgundy Street and Studley Road 750 Hawdon Street Channelling ... 100 Brown Street ... ... ... 100 £5800 Cr. Bryant thought that the. Ivanhoe riding were borrowing too much money. It had to be paid back.
MILITARY DINNER AT FAIRFIELD. Officers Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
MILITARY DINNER AT FAIRFIELD. Officers Entertained. The recent Patriotic Carnival at Fairfield was a magnificent success, due, in a great measure, to the valu able help rendered by the officers and mnen of the 55th (Collingwood) In fantry and the'7th and 8th Corps of Engineers. This fact was realised by the committee of the carnival, and the. opinion was expressed that their ser vices should be recognised in some way. After discussion, it was decided that military sports should be pro vided for the men at the annual carni val of the swimming club, to take place to-day, and the officers were in vited to a dinner in the Fairfield Hall last Saturday evening. Nearly 40 officers accepted the invi tation, and about 50 civilians were present to do honour to their guests. The infantry officers appeared in their - . . - ,--- thP F~no~i bright red dinner jackets, the engt neers in a sombre dull-green uniform, and, with the remainder of the com pany in regulation attire, it was a brilliant. sp...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
PTH AND POINT. ngrand iinooinlight conccrt, in 'id of thE Fii.?ue t -e d - . n Alphiiigtolni ?resb-~teri in Oh:ca i~1i bebo ild on- Sa~tu~nd~y neck--it The ma?ial meeting of thle memabers ofb the ]ieiddelberg football club will' beheld oil -?Wdnesday evening next. .Yu Sir ! Can you afford not to have a bo? ?r i?hell Hattam'z offer them at 3111 All newest shstpes and 1 lasis, !.During stocktnaking Hatt?am's are throw. ing out a i]rge range of ladios' undercloth .ig-- nightas, combs, chemnises, knickers, Slytd ?datinty camisoles, profuselv trimnlied .cg indinsertion, also emibroidory edging auff.·.iseio- --i,1 i-out 2/0. Nlw ifrom N,S l..W. Alter .iailhull, niipply ing the diapers 'a ,d clothing needs JY tihis dittrict for 3,1 'dvrs goot.'s Stores (B5oe andim Scott), of Brunswick street, 4'itzroy, ire retiriig from bisiuess, a:ifd will be ple tied to .ee all their own customers at tlheir big retirinig saleo which began yester day amd runs until stock is disposed of about 31 ditys.
COUNCIL DISCUSSIONS. HEIDELBERG SANITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
COUNCIL DISCUSSIONS. HEIDELBERG SANITATION. At the Heidelberg Shire Council meeting on Tuesday, the Public Health Department wrote, requiring the council to provide a new depot for nightsoil within two months, and in the meantime to dispose of night soil in an innocuous manner. Cr. Bryant asked what had been done in the matter. The President said they had not yet obtained another site, but were doing as much as they could. Cr. Bryant said he had been often asked what the council intended doing. Cr. Ball said hlie had asked the same question at the committee meeting. He had always been opposed to the site. Cr. Stobie said that Mr. Mangan has a site in the Templestowe'Shire, and had promised to place it at the disposal of the council, provided the Temnplestowe Shire raised no objec tion. :
GREENSBOROUGH v TEMPLESTOWE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
GREENs BOROUtH v TEMPLESTOWE Each team had completed an innings and Temilestowe had lost 4 for 33 in their,second-innings-when play ceased 0n Satirfday wek. Continuing on Saturday Templestorwe closed their inuings when :wickets were down for 171. Rhodes, 23 not out, and Sheahen, 35 not out, s.ed .t collapse. :. Greensboroingh 'had tf sco're-'13f to'win,-arid lost 8 fdor 143, I' R. Starling scoring 78 not out 'The following are7theacoies TEMPLESTOWE B. " First Innings ...... ... S: econd Innings. S?.BMullene,ib.Creighton .... ... b : Fitasimons, e and b Creighton ... O -Smith,.b-CGreighton ... ... Rasmussen, c, b Creighton ... O -Cashen 'o?F. Starling,"b Edmoinards i 1 Chiver, b Edmonds ... ... 8 W. Hill, b Edmonds . s8. Williams, c J. Starling jihrBro.,ini i:" Rhodes. not out . Shehain, not out .. . ... Sundries... . ... ... Total for 8 wickets . . 17 Bowling :-Creighton, 4 for 13: 'I~himts. O for 54 Edmonds, 3 for 27 ; A. Brown, iil for 33; j. Starlng, for 0; . Starligg fr lrl,. O ...
BOARD OF WORKS REPRESENTATIVE. Sewer for Heidelberg. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
TATIVE. \ o forn eeCidc~ber At t ohe CoMfci' t T 0tn d Cr; Rnok- moved tha C Wit h re a~ppointea:d;r torepese nt th~e shire: onii t~hc- M~Je~lbourne andMetroori~ 1oard t i rks and stated that the oprovision o -a septic 13lkliink'shold bcI constidered t 'wou ld~ea sav2inp t ii c 'boir' ' he ',onodrerd that th SC~oin~ii-clvle caiied :to :i:eilei~ 'berv' IHey 'Iiad iacd dis sions "o h canc qn~ldl- disappear if tle sewer ere to :come to Heidelbrg T~ie 5-· id~~ 'pn5~l, Oh··· 'with til ''l~ scheme iid 4, ~i~hite would lb C'Bil'seoiclecl jtile l m tion, aiid _ stated- thai~t Cr 'Wit loke 'after ~all 4hrinsWitl ;regr'oe~e qu ~ ~o~ 1Cniun sewver to *iiecesaz d#Teeit no e t sl 1toi ans tolat t .1 i4liepossessed reat influence, and was held in high respect on the Board. The president also supported the notion. Three weeks ago he acconm ,anied the representatives of the Board to Heidelberg. and the vice chairman said Cr. White was worth ten men. He was sure Cr. White would get the deep sewer ou...
TEMPLESTOWE A v ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
F TEMbLESTOWE A v ALPEINGITON. 8 forl15, Alphington totalled 164, the top c re being G. Pitcher, 52 not out, and . yhghe, .... Templeutosre ;lost 8forp2 1a tbGr~~ai datfempt, W. . *tudl#y, (rf oing.hioess btwlingf Thi folrowing are the scores: * TEMPLESTOWE A. L. Witzsimons, b Hughes... . ... 43 1. 4ullens, c Gilding, bBurrws 20 C. ?a?mussen, c GildinSg; b Hioks . 80: C. lhnaton, b Pitcher ... ...? 41 T. Cishen, |?b.,.; B Hicks ... I 8 B. ,iverub Pitcher .. ... 5 J. . V n',x t out- ... ... 24 E. esha, c Hughes, b Hick~s ... bM. shen, c and b Hicks ... O J. I dell, not out... ... ... 16 Btthdries .......... ... 26 Inniings closed, 8 for ... 215 Bowling:-Burrowe, 1 for 28; Hicks, 4 tor 64 4Whitcher, O for 28; Hughes, 1 for S- ; Ford, 0 for 17; Pitcher, 2; for 24;-:; SSecond Innings. S . Riddia lliMa~tdI Studley ..., 18' J. HIdgson, c Gilding, b Studley 11 L,. Bale, c G; Pitcher, b Studley 7 B. G~.ivers, b Gilding .... ... 1 J. Si3llens, c Hicks, b Studlev ... 8 C. J?anston, o and -b G...
ASHBY GROVE SEWER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
ASHBY GROVE SEWER. At the council;meeting on Tuesday the tender of A. Stranger, for £877/16/-, for the construction of a sewer at Ashby Grove, Ivanhoe, was recommended for acceptance by the Public Works Committee. Cr. Bryant: When was it decided to call for tenders for the work? The whole of the council should have a voice in the matter. It was pushed through by the Public Works Com mittee. The President: It was not pushed through, it was only recommended. Cr. Bryant: The council should not pay one penny towards it. Cr. Power: We agreed six months ago to do the work. Cr. Rrviintf T will moinv that this work be held over and the tender not accepted. • The President: The work has been agreed upon and we have receivecd the cheque from the Chelsworth Estate trustees. Cr, Bryant: At uny second meeting I'asked if thlis:work were to be gone oh with, aind I was informed it would not be gone on with. Now it has beeni agreed to. Cr. :Stobie: I will second the mo tion, to give Cr. Bryant an op...
OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v FITZROY ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
OTHER MATCHEIS. iVANHOE v FITZROY ROVERS. Theablvre'math; plyeie at Fi'ftzroy, was won a .Ivanxhocby?.l. ;.uns..,- J.: Barry scored 36, including six fourers, and obtainet top scoie for his side. .To day a two-diay' match .will be con. menced againistA?isley Ramblers. IVANHOE. W. Bryant .. ... ...... 1 A. Manun ... ... . ... ... 4 Alex Fox .... ...... -1 Geo. Blair ... ... ... . ... 16 F. Thompson ... .. ... 13' R. Crosby ... ..... .'. L. Coulson ... , ... 1 J. Barry .- . ... 36 - W. Davidson, not out: ... 19 E. McDonnell, ... 1 Sundries ... ...... . Total ., ...1 2:. i,' 0. . .FITZROY.. - Stewart, b Mann ... ... 0.. . Woods, b Coulson 23... . Griffiths, not out . ;- '.32 Martin, b Mann -,;.-. 24 Shields, b Mann ... ... 8 Delves, uot out 22 Sundries ... ... . ... .. 2 Tot.til for 5 iickets ... ... 109 Bowling :-Man, 4 lor 44,- Coulson, 1' for 20.'" - : - .. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
f?Birthday, and Wedding Presents. EW. . Ladner, Watolihmaker, Jeweller, and ... ..? :optician,i 282 SMITH ST., COLLINGWOOD S(One door from Otter Street), PHoNE 9494 _ AS a first-class stock of WATCHES, I CLOCKS, and E.P. WARE, and a large variety of JEWELLERY, for your ,selectioi,;it'reasonable prices. Repairs of every description promptly attended to. Old ;fashioned or` Broken Jewellery boghtaltere`d or converted to more up-to. idate designs. 1 .Repairs: or instructions left with Mrs Kidd, dressmaker, next door to Ivanhoe post, will.receive prompt attention. Private Address-Young St., Ivanhoe near bowling green. L E MER Y::' S, ,Cash Draper, HEIDELBERG RD., IVANHOE, S...For... , !G'ner~~il Drapery TReady.to-wear hats and Clothing SFaii cy Goods, &c. Dressmaking on Premises Ivanhoe News Agency. W. GORDON HAMPTON (Succcs~dr to R. Eados & Co.) AUTHOR1SED NEWS AGENT, Bookseller, etc., of .Heidelberg Road/Ivanhoe, stocks the latest British and American Magazines, Periodi...
HEIDELBERG v MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 February 1915
IfI13IDE1A3ERG~i v MELSTBOU;f NE~. l'rte rIZ,~e siiiitdl,, Adyed1ri at:· tle sulted in a draw. May, Bond and Blair were the top scorers for Heidelberg. MELBOURNE. SCrellinbCooper ... ... ... 24 "Wells, l L. May ... ... ... 4 -Fry, c and b May ... ... ... 0 SFox; b Kelso ... ... ... 9 »*Varley, b.L. May ... ... ... 2 Reilly, run out . ... ... 2 Shanahan, l.b.w., b L. May ... 0 Johnston, b Bond . .... ... 15 Creighton, not out .. ... ... 22 Freame, b Cooper . ... .. 6 Sundries ... ... ... .. 14 Total... ... .... ... 98 SBowling : L. May, 4 for 27 : Kelso, 1 for _21; Cooper; 2 for 27 ;;Bond, 1 for 12. HEIDELBERG. 3.- Blair, l.b.w., b Fry ... ... 20 R. HIannan-b -Reilly ... ... 3 W. Bond, l.b.w., b Reilly... ... 24 L?. ay ;-,1b" Reilly ... ... 31 A. Cooper, st., b Freame ... ... 1 L. Kelso, not out ... ... ... 5 Sundries ... ... ... 10 Total for 5 wickets .... ... 94
TEMPLESTOWE A. v IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
TEMLPLFGTO\\f A. v IX AŽJIOE. .i:r:~~~T. ;ebiplesLolrc batted 6irsl abdau~st Ivan hoe and made 123...Batting igainst this m6dlerate total Ivanhoe collapsed and have.loat 9,for 30, ,six batsmen .failing to'score. TEMPLEBTOWE. *J.Hodeoia;.cLadne, 6 Mann ... 3 L. Fitiitions, o Bryant, b Ashby 9 M. Cashen, b Ashby 2 T. CaOshen, c Barry, b Ladner ... 23 J. Mullens, c A. Fox, b G. Fox ... 21 E. Sheahan; b G..Fox ...... 9 J. Riddell, b Ladner ... ... 6 Johnsdn, b Ladner... ...... 4 Basinussen" not out ... ... 25 SChivers, c Arthur Fox, b Ladner... 4 SBeale, c Alex Fox, b Mann ... 9 SBundries ... ... ... 8 Tota. ... ....... ... 123 . Bowling; Ashby, 2 for 25; Mann, 2 for 31; Fox, 2 'for 24; Ladnor. 4 for 27; Alex.Fox, 0 for 8. IVANHOE. G, Fox, c, b Hodgson ... ... 18 Alex. Fox, at, b Hodgson... .. 0 J..Mac??ald. ~aught, 4 Hodgson 0 J, Barry, c, b Cashen .... ... O0 Bryanit,.e c bcg hhi- ... ... 0 A. Mann, b Hodgeon ... ... 0 . Ashb?Kes' b Hodgaon ... ... F. Bryant, c, b Cashen ... ... . Art...
HEIDELBERG v GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
HEIDELBERG v GREENEBOROUGII SThe abooe:match was commenced last Saturday at Heidelberg. The visitors "msdo only 66, Kelso and May bowling : Heidelberg approached the second hun'. dred without losing a wicket... Bond reached the century. The following are the scores-. GREENSBOROUGH. - . Starling, l.b.w., b Kelso ...... 20 Elliott, c Deau n, b May ...... 1 Reeves, b May ...... ..... I Brown, bKelso ... ...? ... 0O M.iddloton, b May-... -. ... O SEdmonds,?c Proctor, .b.ay ,:;.. ~ 4: , ID~".vsou, c'Cooper. b May.. ·.;... . :Eilijtt'.dBbohd,tb;Kelso ..i:'"?: ?..13:...: Beale, b May ...... .. . 9 S Medhurst, not out... ... .'. 0 J. Creighton, biMayi. ... ... 0 .undries .. .. ... ..... ... 14 Total... ... ... 66 Bowling: May, 7 for 98; Kelso, for24. HEIlDELBIERG. W. Bond, not out ... .... ... 108 . .W..VDuxon, not out ... ... 66 ; Sundries ... ... ... ... 10 ' Total for 2 wickets .. ... 181
ALPHINGTON v FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
ALPHIINGTON v FAIRFIELD . The above mnal:h was comnmeeCI 'don the Alphingtou ground on Saturdsy, nnd the visitors, :htiilg first.\iti eibt Lme,, were disposed of for 15, and All.higgt-n lost 4 for 157, BuYrrows and Ilughts scoring well. The following are the scores: FAIRFIE.LD. Sheehy, b Hicks ... .··.: ... 0' 5 Easey, c, bHicks ... ... .... O Classon, b Burrows... ... . ... 2 Sampson, c, b Burriow . . 2 Lancaster, b Hicks... .. :..:- . Knevittf, b Hicks ... ':"... ... 2 Richmond, c, b Hicks ... ..:.. 2 Lauder, not ouit .. ..... ...."' Total...... .... ... .. Bowling :--Hicks, 5 for 8; Burrows, 2 for 6. : ALPHINGTON. . "Hughes, b Sheehy ... : ... .. .i- 40.. W. Pitcher, b Sheohy . O Burrows, c sub, b Jenkins':" :. "; : 0: Whitcher, b Sheehy - .. ... S GO. Pitcher, notout : ... ... :18 A. Hick', not out ... ... ... 10 Sundries... ... ....... Total for 4 ,ickets ... .... 157 S Bowling:-Sheehy, 3 for "2; Jenkinsl 1 for 51.