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BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

BOWLS. IV ANHOE R1ECREATION AS80. CIATION. (Uy Sir Francis, Junior.) Ivanhoe was opposed by Preston in cach section of the competition qwhich was continued on; Saturday last, when the "A" team was de leated at Prestoit by 26 points, ?hlile the " B " team scored a win by ;; points oni the local green. In each game the home team was ahead in three riinks. A fortnigh~ t ago I stated ethat the shieltds presented in connection with these contests were to be won thrc, tuimes, not necessarily in succession_ before being owned by any hlutb but the source front which the infor nin tion was derived was aparen~tly not reliable. My remarks ledl to further inquiries being mnade, as a result of which the origin and con-i ditions of the competition were as. I certained. It .appears that sont I five or six years ago the Northcote cltb was disappointedl in friendly natches on several occasions thre,,lli the opposing teams failing to kelp secretary tlat a iliftrict iflnpelj tion would he more satisfa...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Ivanhoe Baptist Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

Ivanhoe Baptist Sunday School. ;Phq aniim'ersary of the!above school was celebrated on.Sunday and Tues day last. The preachers on the Sunday werc, in t{he mlorning Rev. E:. H-ughes, aiternoon .Rev. W,. G, Pope, and cvbning the aistor of tlhe church, Rev. J. INcWilham.l. At'the .lorning and afternooni services thle church was cqmfortably: lilled, but in the evening riurbers had to be turned away. 'he Singing of the children was really goold .:land reflected credit on the conductor, Mr. N. Jrvine. The church a;vas bhatifully decorat ed. On Tuesday the entertainent W.as had, aI494 1Ifore the .proceedings colmnencet tl e y' 4diuo vas. packen ainl nuiliers had to go away. The first part,,of.thle4, prograinhie-, was tiaken uplwith nursery rhyme ty. thle kindtegarrtns, who hl;ad lhcen trained by thei': tea:her, Mrs?lElder, who .must liv?e slenrlll uhlli time and mnore piatie?ncu isi? ti:aiining the " kiddies" to d~ heir laits. Every child .took omi pat, ani eiery ch.li1mall- auncore...? l;...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Heidel bcry shire councillors was held at the shire hall on Tuesday evening, when the following were present: Cr. Coate (president) and Crs. Ball, ,nrant, Lorimier, Oakes, Price, Rol Jason, Rank, Stone, Trevena and ~hite. hit.. CORRI.SPONDENCE. I-ion. J.. G. MembreGy stating that he had comnmunicated withithe Minis ter of -Lands re council's suggestion o find work for the unemployed in improving the quarry land on the south side of the Heidelberg road, near the Merri Creek hridge.-Re ceived, Mr. MeImurcy to be thanked. Education .Department re question of contributing £T5 towards the cost of drainage imnprovements near Fair field St'tc school, stating that the Public Works departmenet is being consulted.-Received. Fairfield Progress Association, Ask in council to assist in tree-planting Rathmiines and Arthur streets. Council to contribute one-third cost. Wmn. Delbkidge, Loader and Carter, and Union Trustees Compan...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG v NORTHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

HI• F[IDELBERG v NORTHCOT3. The abo e match took place at Heidel. beg on Satuhiay, tjh .hdme team win lung by siipoinits.1 T~ib 'eehi lars 'B spleudid condition and 'all the player:' iacquitted themselves with honot. As this is the first year that many of tlo local members have played the g'1 much credit is due to them for the gre:: improremelut observable in their plh. nfid they ngie e; r ;. i)',cise of devel: i n g i t t o " p lh 3 ;i ,? ', lF l i k qi b ( ,6 r a i a k , S.lhe followingi'rei trlt6 secores :. . VI ti'i . 'Gulviin, ·;alcoor. io ...arie 2 r'ises Ro ot1 oh ,?-l , HufOer.. •"3:. ";i· .D s 'LI m R :Rey olds.. i• u uc; T. .la,,t, Reid, Proeyvand 2 i;. 'hompso, Danlgloish, Reid, Horman I3. Threlk!di Walk.,cr. Plnt, t Meakin

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

ANNI YVERS ARY. Thel anniversary services of the Fair. field Methodist Sunday school were held last Sunday, morning, afternoon, and cycning, the preachers being Revs R. Kelly, Creamer, and Campbell. The attendance at each service were very satisfactory, and the singing was much eijoyed. A tea meeting and concertwas held in the Fairfield hall on Tuesday evening, when, in addition to other items, the children rendered a number of-f ongs,' Mr J?. Poppins oceupying the chair. Addresses were given by the Revs J. W. Rowse and Gordon Campbell, and a very satisfactory report was read. Let': us ,'lo:your. Job "Printig : It?: will be for: our mutual.benefit "

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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A COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

A COLLISION. In the early hours of Tuesday morn. ing a motor ear, owned by Mr Gochran, of Punt road, South Yarra, collided with a vehicle driven by Mr Edwin Smith, of Panton Hills, both being damaged. The Fairfield police are investigating the matter. Our Greensborough correspon dent gives a full account of the incident on our fourth page.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FAIRFIELD v. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

FAIRFIELD v. IfEIDELBERG. The 'above match provided an interest. ing finish last Saturday. Heidelberg's first innings totalled 55. Fairfield leading by 10 runs, With eight men Fairfield put up 34 runs in the second innings, leaving Heidelberg 45 runs to get and very little time in which to get them. However, with the loss of four wickets, they managed it, mainly owing to. the efforts of Bond, who, after batting quietly for his first ten runs, hit up 24 in shccessive overs from Sampson (15) and Sheehy (9). The following are the scores: FAIRFIELD. First Innings ... ... ... 65 Second Innings. S 1. Sheehvy, b May ...... ... S. Richmond, b Cooper ....-: B. Classon, c Duxxon, b Xelso .. 5 H. Sampson, not out· ... ... 4 A. Jenkins, b MIay .. ... ... 9 C. Lancaster, run out. .. ...- , ". . Easo, b May ... ... ... 1 8 :.. , . S.Ben, bMIay. ... ... ::.?.. O Sundries... ... ... . ... 5 -Total ... .. · ... 3..4.. ,3 4 Bowling--3yav; 4 for 19 eKls"",l for 9; Cooper, 1 for 1; HEIDELBERG.C .: Ssir...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Heidelberg Shire Officers. APPOINTMENTS MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

Heidelberg Shire Officers. APPOiNTMENTS ? ?ADE. : SAt a full coninittec .mceting of tho Heidelbhcrg hire couniillor1s held on IThursday of Is it iaik, applications for vblrious positions .were,- dealt:: with and ippdirtifitits rccolmendeord. W"he! the (clucs'tioni of tihe adoption of the reporl; was considcred i,t the: counbil meeting on Tucsdaiy it was discoverod tlht; Itunaniiiity did nlot pilcvail, and- ; motion thlt the coun cii go into conuitt;c was (catrriced. - On resumling orditiry business, Cr. Rollason mlove that,-with the sub stitution of the name Moylan for .Lmveinder in the position of gas and electric light collector, the report be nwdanted. , Ci-. Ball said that a. full committee of the council on Thursday, last gave nine votes to" one man and three votes to another, and yet, on going into cbmmittee again, another man was recommended for the lpositionx Hoe moved that the report he r-e-. [ferred back to ta full committee :of' the council. Cr. Bryait ;secbnde(C the: mio...

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TEMPLESTOWE v TEMPLESTOWE B [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

* TEMBLEBTOWE v TEMPLESTOWE B Templestowe A totalled 179 in their S lirst innings, in response to which the B team scored 84 and 9 for 132. Rhodes was top scorer with 40. The A team - :won on the first innings by 95 runs. I ;:: :The following are the scores TEMPLESTOWE A. F.,'' irst Innings .... ... ... 170 S-- TEMPILESTOWE B. 0! Beale, c Johnston, ii Fitzsimons 5 .' Rasmsussen, b Fitzsimons ...1 ;i': Mullens, c Hodgson, b Fitzsimons 11 :: ?. B: Rhodes, c and b Hodgson ... 17 J. Sheahan, b Hodgson....... 7 : ,; W. Smith. b Fitzsimons ... ... 0 i :: -P. Cashen, b Rasmussen ... .. 23 S: . Williamson, b Rasmussen ... 24 W. Fitzsimons; not out... ... 6 R'" ,-. Chivers, b Rasmussen... ... 0 Rei:ie,: nehan; c Johnston b Rasmussen 0 , Total ... .... ... ... 70. Bowling: Fitzsimons, 4 for 26; Hodgson, 2' for 45; Rasmussen, 4 for 13. " Second Innings. W.t. Fitasimons, run out ... ... '2 T:.: Renahan, c and b Sheahan .., 5 ' . P. Rasmussen, b Sheahan ... O :i G. Beale, b Sheahan ... ... 0 Wi:...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SWIMMING. FAIRFIELD v FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

SWIMMING. : FAIRFIELD v FITZROY. lThe third anpuAI aexp of matches be tween the above clubs fQr a ,challenge cup prov'ided proportionatoly *by both clubs was commenced, at Fairfield .on Saturday and concluded at Fitzroy on W?eduesday evening. The cap had to jbe ye three times in succession before: 1,edoming ,o? property of either club, and,.as Fi3t.roy jrad been vietosious on the t;wo previous occasions, keen interest wais t'iken in the various events. Three points were awarded for first 'lace, twoj .ointts for second, .and one point for hlni.gpri: e race being frbnlom scratch:' " Ths ~5ie. sbGpfh was greatly handi-; cnpped by reason us bsence of their chl.inlpion, .. W.P: ort~,?ibi ?. embers Iwere ])leaed: at the iflion of J" : Blunt, b'c-cliampion bree',-stroke s"rimmner of i. * ;ori,:- hoi de'tied io hel his elubt .rptii t.llain takP eartin- the riae 'or the: hI it,? d: , urrey H-jlls .the same: i:" c,"? rycr be atin ?Bluiat by ga tonc ~ ~ko~fjrce thin liist two Fs t zr o t ' @vi...

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NORTH MELB. ROVERS v. IVANHOE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

NORTH M1EL1 ROVlmiS v. IVA\lIOE. m.aUlioe won the ai aneItcli by d'u inui'ngs imnd 37 rinms, ti'e isitors '.i,-oli, : t51 - ; l 7a r.?i s; son 7 16r 39, A?LaR 3 fr20,~'i a d Williiamns for 3(i wore th.i'ein sim ce fs -l bowtif.- AW :.t'w day? miatc'h agaiuSt S? Kilda A.N.A. umumueiueCs to-il ay.

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OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v ST KILDA BASEBALLERS [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

OTHER M LTCIIES. V: vH-? s0riR ST ~lE AS· .B.ALL U RS ::: The liborce match wis.n 'ion by : tile .I:sa:[' cs;' Whddll;siutuigs, .core was 291, l.'tul r.bi': 5 fir' Yj; obbidinrl the mobst of thewwicke?', raulr6o put togoether )160, -Bryant, 4 L- Ashby 40, Alex Fo. 24;. and jiGrahan '2o nti out, b f? the top scorers for Iralie

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 — 20 March 1915

M. W. AMBLER, Saw Maker. LL kinds of Saws set, sharpened, hammered and repaired. Lawn Mowers sharpened and set auto matically. Scissors, Shears, Snips, and Edged Tools ground and set. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Lowest Prices. Park Crescent, Pairfield (Midway Station Street and Park). Ivanhoe's Full Trade -In MAGAZINES, FASHIONS, NOVELS, STATIONERY, Etc., Wanted. I can supply yon, and will Cater for your needs. W. GORDON HAMPTON Newsagent and Books, at ' 1HEIDELBERG ROAD. L. EMERY'S, Cash Draper, HEIDELBERG RD., IVANHOE, ...For... General Drapery Ready-to-wear hats and Clothing Fancy Goods, &c. Dressmaking on Premises Birthday, and Wedding Presents, W. E. Ladner, Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Optician,' 282 SlIITI S'r., COLLINGWOOD (One door from Otter Street),, PHoNE 9494 AS a first-class stock of .WATCHES, CLUCKS, :and E.P. WARE, and a large variety of JEWEILERIY, for your selection, at reasonable prices. Repairs of every description promptly attended to. Old- fashioned or Broken...

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GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 March 1915

GREENSBOROUGH. (From Our Corrcslpondent.) .. On Tuesday afternoon a meeting was held to arrange some method to obtain fuids towards the Belgian relief move s ment. Mr Allan presided, and after discussion it was decided to organise a . caruival and fete to be held at an early date. An influential committee was ap. pointed to carry out the details. S At .the last general meeting of the S . Greensborough Progress Society, 'the question of securing a railway station in Montmorency, about midway betwern Greeneborough and Eltharm, was lengthily S discussed. A large number of residents . of Montmorency were present. It was stated that a sum of £200 had been pro mised by those interested as a subsidy towards the cost. It was decided to S write to the new member for the dis trl?ct, Mr J. RIouget, requesting himo to S introduce a deputation to the railway commissioners re the matter. Mr Sharp S was delputed to collect details re number of residents, the amounts promuised, and any other eviden...

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TEMPLESTOWE B v ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

TEMIPLESTOWE B v ALPHINGTON. The above match, commenced at Templestowe last Saturday, resulted in the home team establishing a good lead. Bntting first they put together the moderate score of 106, Joe Sheahan making top score with 27. Hughes, 3 for 17, obtained the bowling average. Alphington lost 8 for 35 before the clcse of the play, Rhodes, 6 for 12, being most successful with the ball. The following are the ecores TEMPLESTOWE B. B. Rhodes, a sub, b studley ... 2 S. MIullens, jun., b Hicks... ... 5 S. Williamson, b Burrows.. ... 5 Joe Sheahan, b Burrows .....2. 97 W. Fitzsimons, b Studley... ... 6 P. Cashen, b Hughes ... ... 18 S. Mullens, sen., not out... ... 12 W. Smith, c, b Pitcher .. . 1 P. Rasmussen, b Hughes ... ... O G. Beale, c, b Hughes ... ... O T. Renehan, c, b Hicks ... ... O Sundries ... ... ... : : ... 10: Total... ........ ... 106 Bowling: 1Burroivs, 2 for 41; Hicks, 2 for 21; Studley, 2 for 18; Hughes, 3 for. 17 ; Pitcher, 1 for 5. ALPHINGTON. Tiedgcn, c, b Rhode...

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 — 27 March 1915

CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. To-morrow will see the conclusion of the association matches. We have been informed that Greensborough forfeited to Fairfield. Reports of the other matches are given below.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

-ETTERs TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold oursele responusible fla or iCdttit ourselvee with, the opilatoae caprnbd by our correspondete. POOTBALL. Sir,-I am putting forward a suggestion to the Heidelberg District Football Associa tion for their consideration, and that is_- that it would be to their interest to.amalga-. mate with the Victorian Jipior. Football Association, which has noeen. before th_ public for the p1st 8.,yeurs as the ?iing junior organisa4ion. It gives ? ne ces sary.expouience to players be.oro they be. coe mmpmbers of the 'Leao or Association A number of senior clb'os first belonged to the V.J.F.A., The prizes are :a premiership pequtant, 16 gold medals valued at £20, and the proreeir club holds the handsome silher shif'2d valued at £25 prescnted by MIr John Wren. A runner's up trophy valued at £4 4s is also given. There are at the present time three vacancies to fill, but it could very well be made five, making 12 clubs, Port Melbourne, North MIelbourne?, South IMel...

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Poultry Notes. HOUSING THE CHICKENS [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

Poultry Notes. : HOUSING THI f"ICKENS 'The firsl ten days of a chick's life i m matter of great concern to the breeder. Many make the mistake of allowing the hen to run her chickens off their legs- first one toddles in the rear with wings down, then ano ther. The fault is allowing the hen freedom. She should be kept in a fa ir-sized coop, having strong wires running up and down in front, so that the hen may get her head thro ugh, and have plenty of fresh air. The chicks too, arc able to run inl andt out at will. Avoid a wire nett ing front; it is the cause of roach backs ana crooked breasts, and often broken wings. As the chick grvws the wire will become too. saual, and in pushing their way P and eut it becomes a soqy~te. of dauger to themt; therefore it is safer to have strong wige or battens, arranged vertically, ej'Vindg ample space for the chickens, and only just sufficient to keep the hen inside. A wire attachmnent to coop answers a double purpose It prevents eats and rats or h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

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FAIRFIELD STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

FAIRIFIELD STATIE SFIOOL I the closc of Uli onothly i etting of Itie Fairiicld school comlniitte"e ?r .Bry i t, cliruriian, ob::'belalfl o: ihe meii erq prereni.d a gold medal to Miss Gladys T l'auhrier (wlio vas duoaof the sclaoole o tl" yearc. 91, )i?,?~ifm1dng the irescntation .O Bry?utan said thlat it " · , ,! was a great pleasare to the committee to meet any scholar who could gain the highest distinction the school could confer, and he hoped the reeipient'would be as successful inl hler future studies. Cr Coate (prosident oif tLhe shire) and Mr McLean (head teacher) 'supported the chairman. IMr LeMasurier, respondilng on behalf of his daughter, thanked the members for their kindness, and said that it was one of the proudest moments of his life.

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