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SWIMMING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

SWIMMIlNG NOTES, The first of the third annual series of challenge matches between the Fairfield and Fitzroy swimming elubs will be decided at Fairfield this afternoon, and the second meet ing will be reld'at t1? .tgo6. baths 6o W.?ddiestay evening next. A silver cup, contributed to propor tionally by both clubs, is provided, and the club winning the challenge three years in succession is entitled to hold the cup. Fitzroy were suc cessful in 1913 and i914, and should they defeat Fairfield this year will hold the cup for good. The eyepts are 50 yards boys' 'ac , o .oo and 400 yardc, Eoo yards breast'stroke and a.tearns. relay race-- rneneach, 50 ards.' Points are awarded o ~ basis as follows :Fir place, points; seorld place, a points • third place, " point, EI-:,,;,, ,.' fronrt ca~cl a i,- .. ...... . each cl compose a team. _ne Fairfield team for the first meeting is as follows .--Messrs Porta, Collier, alqut, glay, 1. White, J. Wthie, ,. paiey, Hicks, Roach. The o?ogowing members o...

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

HEIDELBERG BOWLING CLUB. Last Saturday 13 bowlers went to North Fitzroy to play a return match against the Fitzroy Rovers. The odd man went in order to fill the place mi case one of the chosen should not turn up. The odd man stands out as a true sport. The day was unfavorable for bowling or any other outside sport. With a keen greeq and a strong wind the players had to exercise great care. The victory for Heidelberg was greater than when the Rovers visited Heidelberg. All the teams save the Rev Hardie's led from the start. It was not till the sixth end was played that the latter team mas tered the green, and completely over whelmed the Rovers, one end securing seven, the other five. Rank's team did well and led up to the 21st end. At the 22nd end both sides were 20, the Roverx securing three in the next thre4s iens. The ladies of the players were invited by the Fitzroy club. Eight or nine ac cepted the invitation and enjoyed the hospitality of the club. The following are the scores:...

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

PRESTON B. 1. Bricknoll, Robinson. Hardess, 3ior. timer ... ... ... a3 2. Zwfar, Mitchell, Ham. McPhorson 87 3. Rojo, Pike, Bransgrove, Warr ... 19 4. Box, Lucas, Dale, Stanlake ... 25 104 FAIRFIELD B. 1. Hamniltonu, Elvin, Jenkins, Thraves 21 2. Stansby, Candy, T. Trevena, Besloy to0 3. Bryning, Coato, IMercer, Rosman 23 4. Hampstead, H. Trevena, Sibthorpc, MIcLaron ... ... ... 23 S0 The following is the list of matches to be played : A. Grade. Msrch 6.-v. Preston, at Preston. March 18.--v. Thornbury at Fairfield. March 0.-v. N6trthcote a;t Fairfield. March i7.-v. Ivanhoe at Fairfield. April 17.l'-v. Preston at Fairfield. April 21.-v. Thornbury :Lt Thornbury. iMay 1.--v Northcote at Northeote. G. Grade. Feby. 20.-v. Ivanhoc at Fairfield. March G.-v. Preston at Fairlield. iMarch 13.-v. Thornbury at Thornbury. March 20.-v. Northcote at Northcote. March 97.--v. Ivanhoe at Ivanhoe. April 17.-v. Preston.at Preston. April 24.-v. Thornbury at Fairfieold. IMay 1.-v. Northcate at Fairfiold....

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 March 1915

FAIRFIELD BOWLING CLUB. Fairfield A journeyed to Preston on Saturday to play their' match in theI Jika Jika competition. The day was not conducive to good howling, a very strong wind making conditions unpleas ant. Preston gained a substantial vic tory, winning by 31. Iutchier's rink was the onrly Fairiicld cmhbiuation to score a victory. The Fairfield ind Pres ton i terais met 'it Fairlield, the visitors winning by24. BIeslcy's rink was badly bIeateu by McPherson, but thle other games provided interesting finishes. Thraves won by one, liosman won by four, and McLaren was beaten by two. The rIllowing are the scores of the two, matchles: PRESTON. 1. Pike, Braithwaite, Crispe jun., Crisps ... ... ... 30 2. \White, Rowe, Pa;terson. Wralker ... 33 3. Hfowe~ Robertson, Whitcoak, A. Wilkinson ... .... 22 4. Olncy, Wilson, Ross, A. S. Wilkin son . ... ... ... 28 118 FAIRFIELD. 1. Perry, Le Masurier, Crabb; Guerrero 21 2. Blarke,- Howarth, Lincgar, Burston 12 3. Kimpton, Martin, Cariledgc, B...

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

FAIRFIELD REMINISCENSES. Severial inaccuracies crept into our report of MrWaddell's lecturette last Tuesday week. "HIeidelberg road was then a mass of boulders" should read "Fairfield road was then a mass of boulders." The land at the corner of Station street and Railway Place was loaned to the church of England, not the building, which was the prbperty of the church. Ainong those who worked hard for the district in the early days, the names of Messrs Sparks and "Raymond" are mentioned, but these gentlemen Messrs Sparks and "Rayment" were spoken of as being among the right-hand men of the Hon. C. H. James in connec tion with the auction sales. The land bought by Mr Waddell was 27/6 per foot, not 22/6.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE BOWLING CLUB. Jika Jika Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

IVANHOE BOWLING CLUB. Jika Jika Competition. March 6.-Northcote, at Ivanhoc. March 13.-At Preston. March 20.-Byc. March 27.-At Fairficid. April 3.-Open. April 10.-At Thornbury. April 17.-At Northtote. April 24.-Preston, at Ivanhoe. May 1.-Bye. Matches to-be played on first.tiamed club's ground.

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

FAIRFIELD CROQUET CLUB. tiThe gymkhana held at Fairfield on the 27th February, owing to counter attractions was not the success it other wise would have been. Under the circumstances it passed off pleasantly, those present enjoying the good things provided. Competitions played during the afternoon were won by Mesdames lPrescott (Ivanhoe), Hill, Clay, and Alexander. The association team had another victory, defeating Glenferrie Hills by six points.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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JIKA JIKA COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

JIKA JIKA COfMPETITION. In both A and B sections of this com petition the local players were beaten by ?orthcote. Tie defest qf thle ?"tham was rather a surprise, as it was gener. ally expected that they would win on the local green, where they had been successful in every match this season. On account of the unfavorable weather conditions accurate bowling was out of the question, but the Northcote players generally appeared to grapple more suc cessfully with the difficulties and de served their win. King and Dr Adam scored victories for Ivanhoe, while Bryant and Oakes were unsuccessful. King's rink, with Scott' lediqjg' and ..dle pllyfrPlg 'thre:e ~it 'Up a good performance in beating Plant's rink by 24 to 20 after the latter had led for 12 ends. When the scores were 14 to & against King his rink made a splendid recovery hy scoring a sixer and three ends later a fiver. The game between Dr Adam and Gir ling was a hard struggle and the low scoring indicates the give and take ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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COLOURS IN BYGONE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

COLOURS IN BYGONE DAYS. ---+- History shows that the ancients 1 inew many' things ii which we are, ignorant. For instance, many ceni tuies igo people had a marvellous acquatintlnc with colours. Assyrian and :Egyptian excavations,. :have b~idgl'ht - to liight colourings which: the subtlest artists and craftsmeir find ,it inpoSsible to- duplicate -to day. At Nineveh the monochrome pictures- which r epresenei d the Chaldeans on ,.. the wall, are said b' Gesxnius, the Septua gint, and the Vulgate to have been pailnted itkh a sinoper or rubrica, a native' arthly oxide muce like our Indian red, while both. the English of the Bible now in use, as well as the rabbias, translate the word as "sfiasbar" or vermilion. To be wiser than other men is to be honester than they; and strength of mind is only power to see and speak the truth.--Hazlitt....

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RIVER FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

RIVER FETE. A grand river fete will be held at Rudder Grange, Fairfield, on April 10th, afternoon and evening, in aid of the Belgian and Red Cross fund. The fete will consist of a band recital, promenade concert, canoe races, and various other amusements in the afternoon, inclusive of the usual afternoon teas, etc. In the evening there will be a bioscope and promenade concert, as well as a euchre tournament and a host of other attrac tions. This fete is being given and organised by Mosdames A. Collins, W. Johns, and H. S. Trevena, assisted by the kindness and courtesy of Mr and Mrs E. Cooke, of Rudder Grange, who have generously placed their services and gardens at the disposal of the move ment. Mr Cooke anticipates having all the magnificent improvements of Rudder Grange completed prior to the fete. Sixpence admission will be charged afternoon or evening. Offers of assist ance will be gratefully received by the promoters, as well as the names of those willing to join the working co...

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

BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO. CIATION. (By Sir Francis, Junior.) In consequence of the absence of several regular players, the playing strength of the bowling clubewas. sever ely taxed on Saturday to provide two teams of four rinks and one of three I rinks in all-and pr:ctically every available man was afforded an opportlul ity oE taking part in the ILatchllcs. ?It was perhaps a bit risky, but the selectors felt that, in view of the continued suc cess of the C team in pennant matches, it would be inadvisable, owing to the length of the programme, to. seek a postponement of the B match in the Jika Jika competition, and, although unsuccessful, it was to the credit of the club and a little surprising to the North cote players, that our teammet the en gagement. However, it should be re membered that, while. the winning of the shields is the chief object in view, the desire of every player to take part in a serious game is deserving of considera tion, and, although defeated in two of t...

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MONTHLY NATIONAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

MONTHLY NATIONAL CONCERT. The first of what promises to be an interesting series of popular monthly concerts was given in the presence of a large audience at the Town Hall on Saturday evening. The programme was made up almost exclusively of Irish music, and the music of Scotland, Wales, England, and other countries will be heard in later concerts. Madame ?Iary Conly made a great success with her songs, and M?iss Mansfield, Messrs Gerald Fitzmaurice, E. J. Leahy, Napo leon Boffard, Pat Coleman, "WVe Four" Quartette, (vocalists), Miss Agnes O'Keefe, Walter T. Barker (piano and harp), all made successes of their various items. The accompariists were Misses O'Keefe and Natalie Dawson.

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

For the ladles - W ARDROP has opened anew department- Ladies' Tailoring, and has aecureu for it a Cutter, a mosIt experienced gentleman, until lately with a leading firm of Ladies' Tailors in Editburgh. The same care and expert judgment that have always characterised Wardrop Tailoring for Men, ?Ja can now be enjoyed to the UW, full by Ladies. send for New lPattorns and self measuro. meut form. ; forner Smi h qnd Johnson Streets, Cofllingwod, aOposite G.P.O., Branch - Elizabeth-st. Melbourne. IPERFECT STYLE IN EVENING DRESS Real style in Even ing Dress is. not achieved by every tailor. We satisfy our customers *r.this respect because we are able to ensure the best possible in cutting, make and finish. We can : guarantee accuracy of~style aend exactness ol tit, and wet our charges are ex Stremely moderate.consider aing the high quality of our ' :work . PHONE 5410. Established 27 Years.. Thos. Trevena & Son, MIT STRw The Hat King, The Reliable Ladies' & lent's Tailors. ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG CROQUET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

HEIDELBERG CROQUET QLUB. A large and enthusiastic meeting was held in the pavilion of the Heidelberg *bowling on Thursday, March 2nd, for the purpose of considering the desira bility of forming a ladies' croquet club in conjunction with the bowling club. Very great interest was shown in the movement by those present, as it was felt that the formation of such a club would fill a much-needed want in the community. Mrs Fraser was appointed president, Mrs Reynolds secretary, and MPrs Behan treasurer. A plan of the pro posed lawn, kindly furnished by Mr Donald Fraser, was unanimously adop ted. It was proposed, on behalf of "The Warringals," to give a dramatic perfor mance in aid of the funds later on. A furthermeeting was held on Thursday evening, when it was definitely decided to form the club. A pantry sale to raise funds will be held at an early date.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

TENNIS. Ivanhoe tennis club played two matches en Saturday. The A team, composed of Siessrs T. Collis '(apt.), G. Garrioch, L. Bethell, and R. Raymond, defeated Diamond Creek by 76 games to 40, while the B team, represented by Miss T. Aland, Miss V. King, and Messrs R. Eades (capt), J. Newnham, A. Robinson, and P. Morris, was defeated at Croxton by the Clarendon tennis club by 54 games to 48.

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

IDr.' Basil J. Adam "VR 1lBROOK." IVANnOe. Hours ::..9 to 10 a.m., ? t 8 p.m. . Saturdays and Sundays, 9 to 10 a,m. -` Va~bation-Tucsdays, 2 to 3 p.m, Vi:::• iite FAIRPIELD d.ily 11 am, (Sun .'.-ys exoepo-edl.. less~ages may be left at :.Mr McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Station* stree. : R H. KIRWAN KING HEIDELBERG. iMay be Consulted Daily, 9 to II am / Visits:- E- Eltham-Mondays, 2 p m. r'r': G ensborough-Mondays, 4ip.m ; and Thursdays, I pm. -:i lsDiamood Csk--Thudays (Oddlellows Mall),) .38 p' . - ,. D>. T B.' IRO LLA S.O N /P RIWELHR(R u fs..day.. • ? r, 4wLn.e -.wa?:so?oc?; Tuud.sys. ;.li. p. DInsoes4 Omuax. Frldsys, 2 p.m. E. EB . HEFFERNAN Has Removed to "S sTATION leTREET, FAlFiELD. Phone Northcete j52. Private Hospital (Reglatered.) "* "KIA OiA," B-IDELBERf.ROAD, IVANHOE-Close statlun. Patientsb accommodated beforo and after acYcouchement. Every comfort nd t skilled attention PIES--Two siOd a half Oulness. S. Vialiting euses attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certificated.) " Range...

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

Dairy Produce and Small Goods Shop,. GEO. TODD B EGS to announce that, he has opened [ a DAIRY PRODUCE AND SIMA-L GOODS-SHOP in SIHIDELBERG<ROAD, IVANHOE, . (opposito'Eades, Stationer) where may. be obtained the best braids of Western District Buttor,. Famous Lura?; also Gippsland brands: Hiuttoi's Hauns ;nd Bacon's and ~small Goods, Niew Laid Eggs, Honoy, Chccso, Lard, &c. GOODS DELIVERED. FOR ALi~i TROUBLES YOU SIOULD? CONSULT E A:EbIBLY S95 JOHNSTON. ST COLLINGWOOD . (NEAe WtLLlI n?GTON S -EET CAM?RA5 & PHOTOGRAPllC 5s0USpPLI5 STOCKEDI .Housekeepers I rp you know'itl PAYS YOU Ito Oa7C YOUR .FT &BoNES COLLECTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRICT. Highest Prices Given. end Poet Card to i, B. Roth, TEMPLESTOWE BOLINb. DOWN WORKS. ROBERT" DIcK, House poor999 tor, Importer of Window Gia?p, pF"r hangings, and all Painters: ep.uisites, EGb to intimate that 9ho has Moved Shis Business to premlees latoly occu pied by Mr Ead HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE. Ihone, Ei...

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FORTUNATE ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

JORTUŽ AITLOU ESg. vIi ?. .:Ihus, r?l'iicig gatekeeper at the'ii;rshiill: s:reeti railwa/yi gates, had a reni'irlkibli escipe from dealth or seri 'us ilnjury oni~"lltday3:. Just as a traiu iwais 'appirosachiing. Ithe gittes, the very strong wind blew onel oE the gates across the line and Johns hurried to close it. ie wnas too.late, however, tliohe train strik ing the gate, whici: knocked hini down and rendered him unmlconscious: ·He wahs taken to Dr Grifiths, who found that, with the exception of a cut in the chin (which necessitated the insertion of six stitches) and a few bruises, he was un injured.

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. SCHOOLMASTER HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

COI Dcws. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING T[rLEME ONE-1lcililbcerg (67f. SA'URDAY, M?-ROC 1H, 1915. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. SSCHOOjLMASTER HONORED. ?I r? 'Collins, head master or the I?anulo:cSt~~¢t school, ius the recipient o? numeuous letters and telegrams on thelc occa'io ub f his.bi0lh birthdaiy, which Bras ,Lelebitred onj Wednesday. Mr Collins olnpletced140 years' service on odlayl l and i nteniitU ds rutiring :i about a .nonth s tune.

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THE EMPIRE CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915

S THE EMPIRE GALLS. Young friend so quietly watching Brother soldiers as they pass, Why leave to others this burden To conquer the-militant class? The nation counts on manhood And wants young men like you, tAnd Britain says there's work for all, And the Empire claims you too. These sturdy friends of your boyhood Chums of your'early years, Depart from homes of comfort, Leave mother and dear wife's tears. Aid 'mid the stress of battle, With wounds from shot and shell They fight and thrust and conquer Facing bravely an awful hell. God speed the brave young fellows Far over the wind swept seas, They'll stand the shock and terror To protect grey hairs like these. 11m old, I know, and broken, Mv sight's no longer keen; Biut.I've served my country loyally, Fought for both King and Queen. But you-a strong young sapling Full of vigour, straight and tall, Why leave to mates this business ? Why unheed the Empire's ca1? You'll not leave friends face dangers, Endure all pain without fear, Trench...

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