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IVANHOE MEMBERS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
IVANHOE aMEMBERS MEETING. The members of the rnecwly-formed rifle club at Ivanhoe attended in full force a meeting in the Ivanhoe hall on Thursday evening. Mr W. R. Barstow occupied the chair in the temporary absence of the captain, Mr A. Hunt. Mr J. S. Robertson, the hon. sec retary, reported on the progress made since the initial meeting. He said the application for permission to form a club had been forwarded to the supervisor of rifle clubs, who had sent it to headquarters to be gazetted. In the meantime approval had been given for the enrolment of members. In reference to the formation of a miniature range on a site adjoining the Ivanhoe platform, the Railway Department would carry out arrangements for the lease of land. Captain King inspected the site, and is reported to be satis fled. It was suggested tliat' more land be obtained in order to build a clubroom, but that coqld be con sidered later. The committee had drafted a set of rules, and bye-laws also standard regulations ...
OTHER MATCHES. NORTH MELB. ROVERS v. IVANHOE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
OTHER MATCHES. NORTH IIELB. ROVERS v. IVANHOE The above match commenced on Sat urday, and Ivanhoe, batting first, made 158, Alex. Fox getting 71. The tr.x will be concluded to-dy: The follaviug are the acores IVANHOE. G. Blair ... ... ... 10 A. For ... ... ... 71 A. Mann ... ... ... 14 J. Barry ... .. . ... 2 C. Coulson ... ... ... 2 L. 3Monson .. ... ... 8 28 E. M.cDonald ... ... .... 0 A. Williams i.... ... . . 0 WV. Bryant ... O G. Baird, nob "oui: " " 5 'Sundries .. • . , ... "Jor'a The Iviuiros" - 4Iennant XI commenced . . acn against the St. Kilda Base ballers on Saturday. The visitors batted all the afternoon and made 240 for 9 wickets, The match will be concluded to-day. A team from the Heidelberg Associa tion defeated the M.C.C. in a recent match by 168 to 133. F. May 58, and Bond 36 not out, wore top scorers, and L. May 3 for 36, Hodgson 3 for 49, Aslhby 3 for'12, Fitzesimons 1 for 4, ob. tained the wickets for the winners. Let us ilo your Job Printing It will be for our m...
THE RIFLE MOVEMENT. CLUB FORMED AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
THE RIFLE MOVEMENT. CLUB FORMED AT FAIRFIELD. Under the presidency of C; Johln Coate (president of the shire) a public meeting was held in the Fair field hall on Tuesday evening for the purpose of forming a rifle club. There was a disappointing atten dance. Cr Coate said that they could only have a miniature range as there was no room for a full-sized range There was a possibility of the Kew range being opened, and, if so, somethilg might then be done to ,btain suc:'l shooting. In the meantinme: a miniature range could be formed. There was a splendid site for a range on railway land between Gil lies and Rathmines streets, which, it was understood, could be obtained at arentalof 2s per year. If the railway department could not grant a site the council had a number of suitable blocks. The Governmeit would give £30 towards the cost of construction of a miniature range. and gave each member 250 rounds of ammunition. The rifles could be obtained for 22s 6d, and six would be sufficient. M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
TT is essential that all reports of I meetings, etc., and any other cor respondence or matter contributed for publication 'in "The News" should reach the Offiee, Heidelberg Roaa; Ivan hoe, as early ii the We~ek a possible in order to guarantee insertion. Contri butors must also attach their names and addressea to all items forwarded, not necessarily for publiecation, but as a gluarantee of goodftiith. . Corrspondents forwarding their v-ie?-ws on iny matter are specially re q'eete~ to "nrtsil their letters as much : -? if-;7 e ?w-ing te the limited space -?,~r:,. ,'0h h'n any cetroversy arises, a ?" .'r-?., ntly we are compelled to hold : ',? *ommenieatienswhieh, if prnper!y Vueeui.,aa 'ioul'j be fq£4 o8 Zor ;. 4000 PEOPLE READ THE NEWS EVERY WEEK. Keen ?Business Men recognise its Value, and are sending their advertisements elong. Heidlberg RL, Ivanhoe DOH ERTY & , C o. The Johnston Street DRAPERS. Direct Ilmporters of all Manchester Goods, •including Sheetings, Curtains, Rug...
A SHORT STORY. (All Rights Reserved.) AN INTERRUPTED TOUR. PART III. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
... A SHORT STORY. S--c-+ SAN INTERRUPTED TOUR: "B SHIRLBY RAYNARD. -;A or of ," The Ghost of the West Wing,'" " A Wife's Tempta i ,· : tied," "' The Opal Ring," " · ''Wanl?ed,-iCompanion," 'etc. PART IIll. I: ?t6e"hastily. I could hear no n....inre.:- I shut and fastened the win:::. dow as quietly as possible, but 'ot without waking Janet. tevei'i t are you shutting the i u;iindow for?" remarked she; "and o? eall yourself a fresh air per . "There was rather a cold. w?nd lodii'jat [ hirii;'' I said, hypo citically. -I will open it again - presently." "What do you think if we go by t.:ue early diligence in the morning instead of the later, as arranged?" ilsaid, 'iftei a time. . "It' " ais what I.suggested bifore, . t you insisted upon the later :.: , returned she. S" 'The s iooner I turn my back up on:.:;h this bedroom the better I shall b:e. pleased." ? g.:: It was an easy matter to rebook .:o- dur seats, as the early diligence was ,:neeier so much- patronished as the liter one. Thi...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL, The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held at Kangaroa Ground on Monday, March 1st, when there were present Crs W. G. Gray (president)L, Bath, Fitch, Hubbard, Mealy, Morri,' Smedloy, Taylor, and White. coBBESPONDENCE. Department of Public Works, intim|t. ing that the Gevernor-in-Couancil ha consented to the application of the c~u. cil to construct certain waterworks in the shire of Eltham for the supply oE water to the townships of Eltham ansd Yvrra Glen.-Received. Country Roads Board, stating that, ia connection with main road Work, the original tenders received must be for. warded to the Board.-Request to be complied with. Friedrick Motchel, W. C. Todd, A. Tame, A. Howard, and another, pointing out the urgent need of the forming of the road in continuation from Lonug Gully for a distance of about 15 chains leading to their properties.-Engineer to inspect and report, on motion of Crs Fitch and White. A. F. Turnley, stating that he intended publishing a...
"PATRIOTISM." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
" PATRIOTISM." At Scot's Church, Heidelberg, be fore a large congregation, the Rev. Alex. Hardie dealt with the above subject. He said :-" It is said that 'Patriotism,' one of the elementary civic virtues, rests upon history. What are the motives thatreate it ? A citizen's pride in his native cour try is not stirred by the mere fact that he has been born and bred within her territory, and that being indebted to her for his training and career, he is bound alike by his in terest and his duty to repay the ob !igation by loyal service. We have a love for the Homeland by which we are heirs of long descended memories, .the .arena of former con flicts, the birth-.plae aid- the grave of heroes and martyrs .v.en Na poleon led his men against Mhnme lukes by the pyramids of Egypt where our first and second expedit ionary troops are-he said, pointing to the pyramids, " Forty centuries are looking down upon you." The men who were thrilled by the words of Mazsini and rallied to the stand ard of ...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. k Melbourne (Prince's Bridge) to Heidelberg Weekr Days (Saturdays Ex'd.)--a. m.--5. 40, 6, 4, , .2:,, 6.47 7.0, 7.14, 7.30 (H.), 10 .31, 8.3 ,,i 1.411, 9.33n 10.27. 11.8; Pm.-12.12, 12.35, 11 :',d 2.12 2.65, 3.22, 4.12, 4.45,?6.0, 5.15 (H ).?6 .53 , ''* 6.4, 6251, 7.:5, 7.35. 8.0, 8.30, 8.55, 9.22 (F.), 9.30 : s10.15u (E.), 10.35 1.5, 11.30. F .--Fridays only :- l --Goes to Eltyamt Fridays only. Saturdays.-a.ta..-...40, 6.0, 6.21., 6.32 647, ".:·*?(: 7 9.9, 7741, 7.3 5 (H.), 8.0, 8.32, 847, 45 0 8 0.d?s.. ' p.m.--!25, 12p 1 .5 , 1.1 1. , 3 .7 18 1.10, 1.40 (H.., 2.10,"40.2.00 - 3.4 8 , 5.1-?4·8 '?] 542 6.0$, 6.18 . (H :5' 8.4 .1t 10.55, 11. ' " " ' " ..'. ' ' ' '??0.:': Sundays.-a. .....0.6 (H.), 10.45 (H.), 110"i r,.%; 1...-12.40 20, 2.0 2.4, '3.0. 3.40 , 4.5 . 451 i:i 5.37, 6. 63.7.25. 7.42, 8.40, 9.25, 9b.O . ITs Alphiogiton noly. I1'o Ivanhoe sonl 'Through to Elt].am. (II.). Through to Hurs "t Bridge. tOStops Clifton Hill only. lIeidelberg to )Ielbourne. W'ee...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
PITH AND POINT. The Ivanhoe Park Croquot Club will con. 4 duct a gymkhana at the residence of Mr R. W. Kenonedy, of Lower Heidelberg road, this afternoon. It will commence at . p,.. nlot 3.15 as stated in last week's advt. The annivers;ary serviccs of the Fairfield 9[hl~odist sunday school will be conducted F:o-lmorrow. . Miiss Groker, pianoiofte teacher, vi!f receive pupils at Glen's, Coilis stieot, 're 5 'Wondsworth," Noel street, Ivanhoo,
METHODIST CHURCH CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
METHODIST CHURCH CHANGES. Rev. J. W. Rowse, who has been sta tioned at Alphington for the past five years, and also acted as superintendent of the circuit, has been transferred to Auburn. His successor is Rev W. H. Hodge, from Golden Square, who will alsb act as superintendent. Rev Gordon Campbell has been appointed as the president's assistant, and Rev Francis H. Jenkin was originally appointed to succeed him at Fairfield. However, as Rev T. Neil Oldfieid was received from the West Australian conference by transfer after the station sheet was closed, the president appointed him to Fairfield, thus enabling Rev Jenkin to go to Queen's College for training.
JUMBLE AUCTION SALE. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
JUMBLE AUCTION SALE. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. A highly successful and entertain ing sale of all manner of variety of goods (animal, vegetable and ma terial) took place last Friday night in the recreation hall, Heidelberg. Mr. G. Aliard wielded the hammer in his own inimitable manner, and with merry quip and jest rattled business along. To look at him was to bid. Mr Harry Frost was the first bidder for a 5olb. bag of flour, but Mr Wilcox ran him close and outbid him until it reached 13/. Then followed all kinds of miscel, laneous articles, from a black mare to a pie melon. A pumpkin almost large enough for Cinderella's fairy coach brought a good price, and taxed Mr Galvin's muscular strength to hold. There was much fun over the b'idding for the baby's cots, chairs and go-carts. Messrs Wright, Cameron, Wilcox, and May were very enthusiastic buyers, and kept things "humming." Some exquisite Honiton lace was sold. Door-mats, wvicker chairs, fowls, canaries, lamps, boxes of cigars, handsome ...
TEMPLESTOWE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
TEMPLESTOWE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Harvest festival was celebrated at the above church last Sunday, services being hold afternoon and evening. At the afternoon service Miss Todd delivered a very entertaining and instructive lee. ture on the work of the Presbyterian Church, both in this land and in the Foreign mission field, to a large and appreciative congregation. In the even ing there was another large attendance, when the Rev A. Hardie preached a stirring sermon on " Patriotism," a ser mon which trounched every heart in the congregation. The usual annual collec tions for the AssembiF .chemes were taken up, and ill spite od Ao. ad season, war, and other troubles there was a record offering, the collections for the day amounting to £6 18/. The offering of fruit for thle Austin Hospital, tlhough not so large as usual on account oE inost mcembers of the congregation losing nearly their entire crop .rough a frost in the late spring, was of splti did quality and amoslted to 16 cases, bes...
TEMPLESTOWE v TEMPLESTOWE B [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
TEMPLESTOWE v TEMLPLESTOWE B13 The above match was commenced on Saturday, and excited corisiderable local interest. The A team batted first, and were disposed of for 179, 3. Hodgson making top score with 72. Williamson and Sheahan shared the bowling honors. The B teem have lost 1 for 2 in their first innings. The following are the scores TEMIPLESTOWE A. Fitzsimnons, c Cashen, b Sheahan 5 Mullons, c S. Mullens, b Smith ... 18 T. Cashen, b Fitzsimons ... ... 12 Hodgson, b Williamson ... ... 72 St. Cashon, c S..MullinS, b Rhodes 11 E. 8hoahau, b Williamsoln ... 20: Rasmussen, run out ... ... 9 Beale, c Chivcrs, b Shoahan ... 0 Johustone, c Mullene, b William son ... ... ... ...18 J. Cashon, not out........... 4 J. Sheaban, b Sheahan ... ... 1 Sundries ....... ...14 Total ... ... ...17 Bowling.-Willliamson, 3 for 32; Joe Shoahan, 3 for 37; Rhodes, 1 for 21; Smith, 1 for 43: Fitzsimons, l'for 15; Rasmusson; 0 for 11 ; Chivers, 0 for 11.
HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
HEIDELBERG. A. Cooper, Ibw, b Samipsoi ... 7 W. Duxzon, bJamos ... .,. 3 J. Deau, c Easy b Sampsbn ... H. Hart, B James ... ... 5 Q. CjOpPr, c OShannossy b Bamp. son ... ... . 0 W. Bond, not; out ... ... 17 L. May, b James ... ... O L,. Kelso, c Sheedy b Sampson .., 5 R. Hanauh, b Sampso~ ... 0 G. Proctor, not out ... ... 1 suandrie~ ... 4 Total for 8 wickets ... 46 James, 3 for 22; Bampson, 5 for 20.
FAIRFIELD v. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 13 March 1915
FAIRFIELD v. HEIDELBERG. The above match was commenced at Fairfield on Saturday. The locals made 65 in their first innings, Sheahy demon strating his consistency by scoring 26. May and Kelso obtained the wickets. Heidelberg have lost 7 for 46, two new bowlers, James and Sampson, doing the damage. Will Fairfield gain its first victory ? - The foqllwing are the scores: FAIRPIELD. MI. Sheehy, c Cooper b Kelso ... 26 C. James, b KIClso ...... 5 C. Classon, c andb May ... 2 H. Sampson, b Keclso ... ... 5 C. Easy, b IMay ... ... 0 A. Jenkins, b May ... ... 2 H. Halfpsnny, b Kelso... ... - 4 S. Richmond, b K1Ielso ...... 8 C. Lancastor, c Hartb b May .. C. O'Shannessy, h Kelso ,? 0 E.Boan,notout ... .... 0 S.u..ri ...,... .... ... 17 Total ... ... . .. ... 65 Bowling-Ma-y, 4 for 10; l~dlso, 6 for 29.