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St. JOHN'S CHURCH OF ENG. LAND, HEIDELBERG. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
St. JOHN'S CHURCH OF ENG. LAND, HEIDELBERG. ANNUAL MEETING. The ar-o . ;:: eeting of the parishion era of 6s. .,lmhn's, Heidelber g;,: t s held on Tuesday evening, February 16. The Secretary's report, stated that there had been a steady development in the congregation and church activities during the last year. The report point -ed out the special conditions existing, and likely to exist during this year. and appealed ·, evprypue W.F rePe~g nised the church ad an institutiori ne cessary to the welfare, ofithecommunu ity to stand to it in a tinme of crisis. The Treasurer's repordb showed that after meeting -all the cost of the erce; lion of the now vicarage and the ordi nary expenses of tho. .year. the overdraft stood at £5 7s. 9d.. Of this sumi -12- was chargeable- to the- new Sun day School at Rosanna, The meeting pledged itsalt to do it, utlmost to. meet 'ill iecis irv?rf T ndi ture for tie current. year: by diredit giving, ill order if possible to lcavt church workers free for pa...
MUSICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
MIUSICAL SOCIETY. Sir,-Ivynhoe is a progressive place. It has a recreation association, ple5aurt grounds, social dlub, and vnariou or ganisations, .but so far no society in which ladies can join for the purpose of music. The "Strollers" is restricted to gentlemen, and,.hey have made a re putation, lir tlsemselis, We have many ladies residept amqugst us wih gooud voices and talent,, but there is no op. portunity for :them to meet to prac. tice the delightful art of music, and outside the "Strollers" tlihpre are many gentlemen gifted with excellent voices and musical ability. Why not form a society of ladies and gentlemen .inIvan hoe? The old "Shire of Heigalberg.. Musical Society " was for years most. successful, but the meQting place being at Alphington p'a.tically resricted mnembercip t9 residents there. They had a ?plenad "ibid ibr of aiisic dliich has l.in'idlif"br yeirs. Thls wa le?.t in the hands of three trustee~s, ope of whom is deceased, a second has left the district and re...
IVANHOE STATE SCHOOL. ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
IVANHOE. STATE SHOOL. ANNUAL PICNC10. (By .'The Scribe") T'he annual picnic of the aboave ahool was held at Hampton on Saturday last, alu proved,.to be the most enjoy able outing yet held in connectionwith the school. The weather in the early morning was not at all promising, but subsequently the clerk of the .weather arranged things very nicely1 and with the exceptioa of just a llw: drops of rain the day proved ideal for such an occasion. Leaving Ivanhop promptly at a quarter. past nine the special train was fairly wpll filled, there being just enough passengers to make things com fortable. Stops were made at Al phington and Fairlield, and a few. ex tra piclnikers ,boarded the train. What proved to be an interesting detail of the trip to the children was the di version , of the train at Clifton Hill on to tile old route through Rioyal Park. \Why the train was required to do this extra mileage is best known to the railway authorities. It made one rc flcct on the inconvenience of for...
HEIDELBERG FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
HEIDELBERG FOOTBALL CLUB. The annual meeting of the members of the above club was held in the Barkly hall on Wednesday evening, the president, Mr E. C. Rouch, in the chair. The president stated that last year's football was very successful, although they were not premiers. The financial statement showed a credit bal ance of £6 18/4, the receipts amounting to £57 5/. The following officers were elected-President, Mr E. C. Rouch; vice-presidents, Cr Stobie and Mr W. Bond; treasurer, Mr J. Dawson, jun.; secretary, Mr Robt. Sealy; committee, Cr Rank, and Messrs W. Aumann, T. Dawson, Win. Hall, J. Evans, C. Murphy, and H. Tyrell; delegates, Cr Stobie, and Messrs E. L. Van, and W. Wall; trainers, Messrs J. Evans, R. Hodgson, jun., R. Hodgson, sen., J. Young, and F. Page; auditors, Messrs J, Dawson, sen., and Van. On the motion of Mr Van and Gr Stobie, it was decided to send letteri of good wishes to Messrs N. Rollason, J. Beale, T. Dawson, and fi. Styles-members of last year's team who ar...
TEMPLESTOWE'B v SWALLOW AND ARIELL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
TEMPLESTOWE' B v SWALLOW AND ARIELL'B. The above was won by Templestowe B. Scores - Swallow and Ariell 87. Bodling.:jSmitli?1 for 10, Sheahan 2 for 13, 'Williason 2 for 29, Rhodes 3 for 30. Templestowe-Sheahan 1, Cashen 12, Rhodes 10, Williamson 15, Mullens, searr, retired, 32, Hunter 16, Chivers, retired,. 18, Rasmussen -14, Beale 2, Smith-18, Hicks, not out 16, sundries 4. Total 158.
JIKA JIKA COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
JIKA JI.KA COMPETITION, The above competition is open to clubs within the Jika Jika elec torate, "A." and "A." sections, 4 rinks each. The. competing clubs this year are Thornbury, Preston, NorthcQte, Fairfield, and Ivanhoe, and hopes are entertained that Hei delberg will take part in the con test next year, thereby increasing the interest. Great rivalry exists between the various clubs for the possession of the shields, which must be won three times, not ne cessarily in succession, before be coming the property of any club. By, virtue of their wins last year Thornbury hold the shields, which I understand they have won twice,. and it is whispered that they are making a bold bid for finality this. year, but they have some fairly tou?h nuts to cracl" The opening matcaes were psayu; on Saturday, Ivanhoe being pitted against Fairlield-'"A." team at Fair field and "1B" at Ivanhoe. Great interest ~was taken in the " A." match, as it looked a fairly stiff proposition for our players to dow...
IVANHOE v WESLEY RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
IVANHOE v WESLEY RAMBLERS. The above match was commenced on Saturday. Baird secured the i bowling honors and Todd made top score. Scores --Wesley, Ramblers, 123, Ivanhoe 'McXiii'6,7i lt 3, Davidson 6, Todd 18 not out, Blair 4, Graham 11, Calhoun 0, Baird 3, Williams 2 not out, sundries 6. Total, 7.for 58...
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
BOWLS. IVAkNHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. (By Sir Fra.ncis, Junior.) The Ivanhoe bowlers had a royal aftcrnoon last Saturday when they won three matches. On tile local green "C." team fin ished their match with S.M.C.C., interrupted by heavy rain on 31st Octoer, When the game was re suCmed our players had a lead of 13 points with 7 ends to play in 2 rinks, and nine ends in the other, and they eventually won by, 5 points. Their success was due to a, fine performance on the part of Bysouth's rink, which scored 44 to their opponents 16. By winning this match &'C." team earned the right to play oilff for the first place in No. 1 section, and they mcete Moreland on Saturday. on a neutral green. The complete scores were as follows : IVANHOE. Eades, Thomson, Whiflin, By south . - - ... -- -- - 44 Ford, Prescott, Stroud, David-2 23 son - .. .- - -- .. Davey, Holt1 Baird, Maggs . - 8 75 S..LOA . Hirst, Wilkinson, Bent, Mc?toT - 16 Johnson, Glover, Thomson,. ?an 8 18 era . ... e. .... ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 February 1915
Birthday, and Wedding Presents. - W: E. 'Ladner, Watcphmaker,. Jeweller, and SOptician,. 282 SMITH ST., COLLINGWOOD (One door.from Otter Street), PiIoNE 9494. SAS a first-class stock of WVATCHES, LI. CLOCKS, andl E.P, WARE, and a large, variety of JEWELLERY, for your selection, at reasonable prices. Repairs 6f every description promptly attended to. Old- fashioned or. Broken Jewellery bought, altered or conlverted to more up-to date designs. 'Repairs, or instructions left with Mrs Kidd, dressmaker, next door to Ivanhloe post, will receive prompt attention. Private Address-Young St., Ivanhoe, near bowling green. L. EMcE RY' S, Cash Draper, HEIDELBERG RD., IVANHOE. ...For... General Drapery SReady-to-wear Hats and Clothing Fancy Goods, &c. :Dressmaking on Premises Ivanhoe INews Agency. W. GORDONsHAMPTON (Successor to R. Eades & Co.) A?UTHORISED ?NEWVS AGENT, I:. :LB.o.okselle, etc., of HIeidelberg Road, Ivanhoe, stocks the latest British. srhd American Magazines, Perio...
OTHER MATCHES. HEIDELBERG B v. RICHMOND ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 March 1915
OTHER M1ATCHIES. HE1UELBERG _ v,. R?Jl.?.MO ROVERS. The abore match was irvwn b,'. berg .hby one run, L. M'- l.cidel score. y making top ., ERS.--First Inings., rv'er, c Coopers b Iay .... I 5 S:Rowlcvy, not out . .. . 61 Reau, run .out0 1 Reabyi b,?May .:.; ... . S i?enneel,'bb 'aym.f13 .. . " McKeo, c Iriin, b Ma3 . . ? N. Ca;er iniot?out -...- .... .-..O Sundriusc.a 25 t Totial for 5 %ickat .. 118 • .Bowling.--?Iay,?' for-40 ; -Klso, 0 for 84, Cooper, o for .12. ,HEIDELBERG. :i: d Cooper,ib Cairver .. .9 ;11 SIrvin. bKeiinedy";.. : ;;. ... ,15 e IMay, , b Rowlcy' .. ... 20 Mturphy, b Kennedy 0. "-Butchart c, b Kennedy ..? 5" 0 Kelso. b Kennedy .. ;.- 15 f Shearn, not out ... . ... 10 Ward, not ot u - .;.. 13 S Evans, b Kennedy " 6 e Sundries ... .. 19 T otal for 7 wickets ... ... 114
Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 March 1915
Scond Innifigs. ?'Li.,.; ct 11 ab?gson." . 33 : Beauchmp, b Hodgs on ... . 10 .A. Fox; c, b hilodgson . .. 63 AV Brya tnt L.Ctiheni . . 2 McIcDonald, b IHodgson ... ... 0 IL. L .rtant, c, b- lodgson ... ... M' ~i;nn, not out ... 22 Ashby,:cb C tshen . ... .... 2 A -Fox, no0 out 6.. ... ... 16 Suuidries ... . . ... " 7 otl for wicket, . 161 Bowling.ti"-Otshcn; . for 30; :l-oigon,~5C for 5S'; Chitvrs; O for1O; Rlasmusson, 0 for '22 ;'.titsifi'tiiofin Ofor..22: J'" 1 iddoll, 0 for. 2..
TEMPLESTOWE A. v IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 March 1915
TEMIPLESTOWE A. v IVANHOE. Considerable interest was taken in the above match, Ivanhoe putting in their strongest team for the season. Temple stowe obtained agood 'lead in the first innings, arid, althoughIvanhoe did well in the second innings their effort was made too late, and Templestowe-.won-on the first innings. TEM?LESTOWE. J. Hodgson, eaLadner, b MIann.... 3 L. Fitzsimons, c Bryant, b Ashby 9 MI. Cashen, b:Aslhby ... ... 2 T. Cashen, c Barr.,:b Ladner :... 23 J. MuIul!ens, c A. Fox, b G. Fox... 21 E. Shcahan, b G. Fox . '. 9 J. Riddell,blIixdner :.- .. 6 Johnson, b Ladner... :... . :.. 4 R asniussjii indtut mi .. ... 25 Chivers, c \r~thur Fox, b Ilducr... , BeaMle, Alc Lox b 3Mann . J " Sundriestf!:;:,b .') '.?: ::'::8 : Total ... ... .. ... 123 Bolinig Aashly, 2 for 5;' numi 2 for 31; G.:Fox, 2'fors24V Ladfier:4. ~for 27; Alex Fox, 0 for8. YANJIoE Gc Fox., cb Hodgson, i.. ... 18 Alex.: Fo, st ?bHodgsoi.. .. O I.J. MI;cdonald,,caught, b Hodgson 0 .AJ .Marr a~; '.5b Cianhi ___...
ALPHINGTON v FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 March 1915
*ALPHINGTON v FAIRFIELD. Alphington easily defeated Fairfield on Saturday. The winners lost 6 for 217, Burrows,-G.-Pitcher, Hughes, and Hicks scoring most of the runs. Fair field made 2'in two innings. ALPHINGTON. Hughes, b Sheehy ... ... ... 40 W.;Pitcher; biSheehy ... Burrows, c sub, b Jenkins 79 Whitclier,.b'Sheehy . 8 G. Pitcher, not out .. 41 A. Hicks,;c:and b Sampson. ..26 B. Gilding, b Jenkins ... ... 5 J. White, not out .... .... 2 Sundries .. ... .. .. 16 Total for 6 wickets ... .... 217 Bowling:-'lShechy, 3 for 44; Jenkins, 2 for 67 ; Samp'son, 1 for'68 ; Easey, 0 for 11; Richmond; 0 for13 ;'Classon, 0 for 2. FAIRFIELD. Sheehy, b Hicks ... ... ... 5 Easey, c, b Hicks ... ... ... 0 Classon, b Burrows... ... ... 2 Sampson, e, b Burrows .,, ... 2 Lancaster, b Hicks.."... ... - Knevitt, b Hicks ... ... ... 2 Richmond, c, b :Hicks ... ... 2 Lauder, not out ... ... ... 0 Total... ... ... ... 14 Bowline *:-Hicks, 5 for -8; Burrows, 2 "or 6. Secoid Innings,. Sheehy, run out ... .....
STABLE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 March 1915
STABLE DESTROYED. On Ttesday evening an unused 20 stall stable.on Hartlands estate, Heidel berg road, Ivanhoe, was destroyed by fire, the origin being unknown. Detach ments from Ivanhoe, Heidolberg, and Hotham street brigades, under district oflicer Catt, hurried to the scene, and prevented any further damage being done. The owner, Mr P. J. Keam, is away in Tasmania, and particulars re insurances could not be obtained.
TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 6 March 1915
TE MP IESTOWE- SRI R E-O?UNIjI,.; At t'heno meeting of the above council on Tuhaday evening, February 23, there were present:--~rs. Sloan (pre sident), MccNamara, T'rezise, Petty, Speers, and Hunter. From R. P. Hastings, '"Kooaringal,': Warrandyte, a.iking permissiou to erect a private telephone line along the Yarra river frontage to hiL house, about 1l miles.-Received; council has no ob jection. . TFom r i_~tral Otis engineering com pany offering road roller for £145. Received. . . From country roads boad appproving f acceptance-of-tender-of S. 'McAuley for £21 5/- for eupplying maintenance gravel on Warrandyte-Ringwooid road i also tendere of D. Sullivan, -£202 10/-; E. C. Johnston, £110; and S. McAuley, £?5;frrlmetal. for;H'eidelberg Warran dyte ro6d.--lteceived. From lisame, approving of engineer's plans for alternative works atY Petty's corner on Heidelberg-Warrandyte road. --FReceived. From James IRouget,.M.L.A., statin, that thenminister of 'lazida 'lia allocited £10 towards ...