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OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v ST KILDA A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

OTHER MiATCHES. SITVANHOE v ST KILDA A.N.A. Ivanhoe, batting first, put together 133 on Saturday, the 'tp scorer being Blair, who batted vigorously for 46. The A.N.A., in the time left for play, lost 7 for 41. The match will be eon tismed to-day. The following are the scores: IVANHOE. - Blair, caught ... ...... 46 D)avidson, caught ... ... ... 9 Coulson, howled ....... ... 8 - Monson, bowled ... .... ... 18 Bryant, caught ... ... ... 2 Mann, bowled ... ... ... 12 Barry, bowled ... ... ..; 8 Skead, bowled :... .:. ·* .. 3 Williams, caught ... ... . 9 Holt, bowled ... .. ... 7 Lavender, not out ... ... 3 Sundries . ... ... 8 ~4 ~..~ .,';..`..;133. ST. KILDA. O'Koefe, c, b Coulson ... .. 9 Frazer, c, b Mann ..,. .. ... 0 Arscoll, run out. .:..:.. :'... 13 Duffey-, b Coulson ... .. ,:.. 5 Dixon, c, b Mann .. .. -.. 1 Embry, o, b Coulson ..-. 0..- 0 Dunkhart, retired .. ".. .. 11 J. O'Keefe, not out '. " 4 Porter, not out .. . .. 3 Sundries ... ... ....2 Total fo .'t wiclets ... 41 ]lowl...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SCOTS' CHURCH, HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

SGOTS' OfffCHURO FI, JDEiLB3E1 .The ~isannual harvest thanksgiving see' vices wore held at Scot' churcih, Heidel berg, last Sunday, when the.eongrege, tions were large, especially in the even ing, when the seating accomodation ,of tile chirch was taxed to the utmost. The edifice was tastefully decorated for the occasion with cereals, fruit, and vege tables, and the offect was very pleasing to the eye. At the morning service the hboib reridored th. anthemn " Send out Thy Light," and' " i'ill1iift "p 'mipe Eyes," and in the evening Mogar's "Gloria." At the latter serrice Miss Ethel Ashton sang the solo "The Lord is my Llght," and Mr C. Bradshaw, "Lord God of Abraham," from Elijah. M'iss Maggie Smith presided at the organ with her customary ellicency.:: The Rev Alex. Hardic pre~cihed at both diets, thio sub?je?t i. thho norning being "Ciare: based"i Cjl?rist'?s teaching in the sermon on the: IMount, and i·n th eveiing'"- MIistaken Judgmedts in the events in Life," bi.sed' on the w-ail ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE v HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

SIVANHOE v HEIDELBERG. The above match was commenced on Saturday, and Heidelberg occupied the wickets the wholeoef the afternoon for a total of 174. Bond and F. May were the top scorers with 38 Ind .36 renu* tively, Ladner and Ashby obtined for wickets each, The MioBoi- The folowi..g are the scores: HEIDELBERG. Bond, c Alex Fox, b Ashby ... 38 J. Blair, b Ladner... ... ... 19 F. May, l.b.w., b Ladner... ... 36 L. May, b Ashby ....... ... 0 A. Cooper, b Graham ... ... 25 C. Mair, b Asihby ... ...... 9 G. Proctor, c Alex Fox, b Ladner 8 H. Hart, c Geo. Fox, b Ladner ... 18 J. Dean, b Ashby ... ... ... .0 R. Hannah, not out ... ... 4 A. Kelso, absent .. ... ... O Sundries ... .;. ... 17 Total ... ... ... ... 174 Bowling :-Ashby, 4 for 50; G. Fox, 0 for 43; Ladncr, 4 for 48; Alex Fox, O for 5; Grahami 1 for 12:

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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BAND CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

BAND GCARNIVAL. The band earnival held in the Fair field park on Saturday in aid of the uniform fund of the Heidelberg district band was not largely attended. The l{awthorn, South Mlelbourne, and Fitz roy. bands were in attendance and played a numlber.of contest pieces. Miss Irene Davis dlanced several Highland flings to the piping of Piper Findlay, and Miss McNabb's girls gave exhibitions of drill. rh ,tje yeniag the Richmond City, &ortileotg '"?y,' aid" S6utih iTelbourne -bands lldybd Selection?' arid Sbtdhia Irish dances were giveh by Miss 'Irene Davis and Master ?ric Arded. The. drawing for prizes took place ou Wed nesday evening, and number 261 wins toe re1ok, number 3045 winning the " i ·-! · ,?

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 — 27 March 1915

Good Printing Executed at The News Press, HEIJ)ELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE Moderate - Prices. 4000 PEOPLE READ STHE NEWS EVERY WEEK. Keen Business Men. recognise its Value, and are sending their advertisements along. Heidelberg Rd., Ivanhoe _ JuLJi ]C -m VVjj ' . ZILALI U 11KJJA I, AIA JIII 7Z(. DOHERTY & Yo. The Johnston Street DRAPERS. Direct Importers of all Manchester Goods, including Sheetings, Curtains, Rugs, Shirtings, &c. I I Im II I II gow? Sheetings, &c. 72 inch Herringbone Sheeting iojd and 1Id 54 inch Herringbone Sheeting 8id and 9)d 5o Pieces Flannelette, white or cream, heavy quality, 3.d yard, as irid dozen. . We have a very heavy steck of Manchester Uoods, including Damask, Table Cleths, Tray Cloths, Runners. Table Damask 9 d, Is, Is 3d, Is 6d, Is id. 2s xridyd STray Cloths, colored border, 71d, .9d Bordered Table Gloths is6d, Is IId, 2s 6d, 2s iid, wonderful value Nottingham Lace Curtains, 87 in. long, 2s 6d pair 0oo doz. White or Colored Towels, - ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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A SHORT STORY. (IN THREE PARTS.) (All Rights Reserved.) AN INTERRUPTED TOUR. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

I SHORT STORY. (IN TnamR PARrs.) (All Rights Reserved.) AN INTERRUPTED TOUR. BY. SHIRLEY RAYNARD. SUthor of "The Ghost of the West Wing," "A Wife's Tempta tion," "The Opal Ring," -'.Wanted, a Companion," etc. S. " PART I. "I lon't care where we go," 1 said at last, bored by my sister -Janet's persistency in fixing the S whereabouts of our summer holi day. "I am perfectly content at home with the garden in all its glory, or I shall be quite content to -go wherever you think best. Could 4 anybody be more obliging?" "You know, Elsie, you are the first to grumble if things do not turn outa :'ght," replied Janet, asqmewhat tartly. "But we really must- settle the matter at once, as I want to make final arrangements * about the house. What .do you say to a tour through the Dolomites? We have done Switzerland several times, Norway twice, and our own. country ever since we were ten. Don'tyou think that would be a delightful change?" "It is a long way," I mildly pro tested, thinking of the ra...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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GEORGE SAND'S RUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

GEORGE SAND'S RUSE. SOne of the most ingenious strate gems ever employed at a bazaar was probably that devised by the famous writer, George Sand, when holding a stall at a charitable sale in favor of distressed Poles. Baron James de Rothschild happening to pass, the fair saleswoman addressed him with the usual request to purchase some thing. "What call I buy ?" said the Baron "You have nothing that I can do anything with. But stay; an idea strikes me. Give me your auto graph; sell me that." Mme. Sand took a sheet of paper and wrote the following words: "Received from Baron James de Rothschild the sum of 1,000 france for the benefit of the distressed Poles.-George Sand." M. de Rothschild read it, thank ed her, and, presenting a note for the sum mentioned, passed on with the autograph. Some may think trouble is Enoc&li ing at the door when it is simply, opportunity, One of the most striking ilifferen ces between a cat and a lie is that a cat has only nine lives.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 27 March 1915

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. At the Heidelberg Police Court on Monday, before Dr. Rollason and Messrs. McLeod, Stone and Gilleson Horton Forrest Nicholson was pro- ceeded against on charges of cruelty to animals and using obscene lan guage. J. H. Davey, farmer, Greens- borough, said that on the 28th Feb- ruary he saw accused about two miles from Greensborough. He was beating his horse about the head with a big stick and getting off and kicking it in the stomach. Witness told him the horse was dead-beat, and asked what was his hurry. De- fendant replied that it was a mattcr of life and death, and witness then offered to lend him a horse, bdt the oiffer was refused with obscene lan guage, and defendant rode off. Wit- ness followed him, after sending his son for the police, and found the horse in the middle of a paddock quite knocked up. James and Robert Davey, sons of the last witness, gave corroborative evidence. Constable Gamble, stationed at the depot on St. Kilda road, said that he was in ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

PRESENTATIONS, The Rev GordOn 8, C,1pba.11 who has !cen in charge of the "iirfield Methodist Church for the S, two years, was entertaitied oi Monday evening prior to his depar tire fronm Fairfiecl tq act as presi dentis assistant. There was a very satilactory attendance, said to he the largest at any similar gathering held at Fairfie!d, and Mr A. B. Lewis, senior trustee, occupied the chair. Amongst those present were the Revs J. WV. Rowse (Alphington), L. E. Bennett, M A. (Ivanhoe), and H. Robinson (Heidelberg). The speakers were Mr J. E. Poupins (Sunday sclool), Ir W. C. Thbias (Christi~n EFndeavor), and Mr W. Gibson (congregation), while Mr W, H. Waddell made the pre sentations-a suit case, 25 volumes Nelson's Encyclopaedia, great new Testament, and, from the Sunshi-?e society, two volumes. o "Ohhristin Faith,t Tle speiikers':referred to the f'ct that Mr Campbell was carry ing away with him the heartiest good. wishes of the Fairfield people, who valued his assidious work during h...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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OTHER MATCHES. IVANHOE v ST KILDA A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

SOTHER ·MABTCHES. IysnHoL v 2u XnoD4 A.N.A. The above match was won by Ivanhoe by 64 runs on the first innings. Ivanhoe made 133 in their first innings, and in the second innings made the same score without loss, Alex Mann and W. Bryant each scoring 62 not out. St Kilda put I together 69 in their first inings,

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE v HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

IV??AHOE v.EIDELBERG. Rceplying to Heidelberg's score of 174'i Ivanhoe.could only manege to score 57' L. May and Cooper doing the bowling. Ivanhoe followed on, and had lost 7 for 100 when play concluded. G. Fox, who did not bat in the first innings, obtained top score in the second innings. Heidel berg won by 117 runs on the first In nings. The following are the scores : HEIDELBERG. First, linings ...... ... 17. IVANHOE. First Innings. C. Holt., bL. · .ay ... ... ...- 6 F. Bryant, b Cooper . O J. Barry, bL .L May Alex Fox, b L. ...3... 0 ABitur Fqx, hColoci , 1 G, Baird, o.r May, b L. May ... 15 E. Ashby, c sub, b L Iay M . 2 A. Graham, ca L. ay, b Cooper... a W. Ladner, run out .:. ... 11 J. Beauchamp, not out ..' ... 11' G. Fox, absent ... .. ...-- O Sundries ... ... ... 1 Total ... .. .. :. 57 Bowling: L May,- 5:-for ,3;-Oopo?, 3 for 23. Second Inniihgs. . .''; W. Ladner, L.b.w., b F. .ay ... 11 J. Beauchamp, run out .. ... 0 F. Bryant, a sub, b Bond. ,... 16 G. Baird, c, bF. .Ma...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TEMPLESTOWE B v ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

TEMPLESTOWE B v ALPHIINGTON. The above match resulted in a win for Templostore by four wickets and four runs. When play concluded on the previous Saturday each side had conclu ded an innings, Templestowe scoring 106, and Alphington 35. Alphington's second innings reidised 152, l[ieks, not out, 44L, being top scorer. Templestowe lost 6 for 85 and won as above. The following are the scores ALPHINGTON. First Innings .......... 35 Second Innings. E. HIughes, 1.b.w., b Smith ... 2S SW. Studley, b Sheathan ... . 7 H. Burrows, b Sheahan ... : .. ~13. B..Gilding, b Williamson.... 8 G. Pitcher, run out 5 W. Pitcher, c, b Williamson ..10 B. Biddiscombe, c, b Sheahli ... n 9 F. Ticdgen, b Shehan :.. ' O?:0 R. Ford, c, b Sheahan ... .. 2 G. Whitcher, b Williainson . 17 A. Hicks, not out .. : 44 Sundries ... .:. ... ... 9 STotal ......... ...... 152 SBowling :-Shehan, 3 for -63' Rhodes, 5 for 45;- Smith, 1 for 21-; Williamson, 3 for 82; Fitzsimonos, O for 12. . -TEMIPLESTOWE B. First Innings. .....

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PATRIOTIC DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

PATRIOTIC DRAMATIC ENTEIR TAINMENT. The Ivanhoe Dramatic Club has deci ded to give a performance in aid of the Red Cross Fund to take place about the end of May. The performance given by the club in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund realised £19 3/3.

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 — 3 April 1915

CRICKET. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. The Heidelberg associntion matches were concluded on ~:aturday, with th, result that Temuplestowe A are pemiers. When the sea.on commenced consider able interest was taken in the matches, but latterly the interest has waned to some extent. Taking it as a whole, how ever, the season was f:;irly saccessful, several very interesting mnatches being played.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

METHODIST SUNDAY SCIOOL On Sunday afternoon, at the Ivanhoe Methodist Sunday school, the prizes won during the year were presented by the superintendent (Mr W. H. Duncan), as follow: Miss Collins' class-Lilian Lavender, special prize; Linda Osborn 1, Winnie Ball 2, Dororthy Skidmore 3. Mliss White's class-Lucy Barry 1, Rita Collins 2, Grace Skidmore 3. Miss Issells' class-Lily Fraser 1, Isabel Coulson 2, Thelma Wallis 3. Miss Lancaster's class-Yetta Vawdon 1, Amy Ladner 2, Alva Gratiou 3. Senior A, Miss Hackott's class-Evelyn Skid more 1, Edna Bethell 2, Eileen Gration 3. Senior B, Miss Bassett's class-Edna Duff 1, Olive Murray 2, Ivy Matthews 3. Mr Little's Bible class-E?dith Twyford, Clarice Coulson, and Evelyn Twyford, equal. Mr Osborn's class, Mervyn Lavender and Leonard Ball, equal. Mr Lavender's class-Russell Scott 1. MissSkidmor's class-Willie Coulson 1, Stanley Horton 2, Norman Trevena 3. Miss Aland's class-Fred. Gration 1, George Wright 2, Eddie Ladner 3. Miss Suff's class-...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TEMPLESTOWE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

TEMPLESTOWE CLUB. A meeting of the above club was held in the Templestowe hall on Thursday evening of last week. Mr i. .hilvers presiding over a large attendsin'ce df 'mni;b-ers. After a little discussion it was deci ded to enter the Heidelberg District Association. Messrs Joe Beale, T. Crouch. W. Francis, and W. Breheny would be ,issijg from tl, fanks of the Maroons this'season, as the lbad iolmuntered for acfive service. On the motion of Mr T, Cashen it was decided that their names be put on the minutes in the hope pf having them back to help the team in the finals. The /ollowing office-bearers were elektd':-Presideui1, Mtr O'Mara; vice-presidents, Crs McNamara, Petty, and Hunter, Messrs Geq, Smith, P. Sheahan, R. Read, J. Uunter, W. }add~ B. RRhiodeS; S, Mullens, sear., R.'Searby, Jas. Fynn, E. Johnston; general committee. Messrs M. Cashen, E. P. Sheahan, L. Fitzsimons, F. Cunningham, H. Chivers, and T. Renehali; delegates, Messrs T. Renehan, E. Sheahan, and A. Bernard; selection...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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RED CROSS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

RED CROOS WORlK. The following additional work has been sent in to Government House by St James' girls' club and friends for the month of March:--lO' pairs hospital slippers, 5 cardigan vests, 95 pairs long mittens, 35 pairs hand-knitted socks, five scarves, five caps, 55 pillow slips, 50 handkerchiefs, 460 wound washers, two buadles of old linen.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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FOOTBALL. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

FOOTBALL. HEIDELBERG ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the Heidel berg District Football Association was held at the Sir Henry Barkly hotel on Monday evening last, when the followyirg clubs were represen ted --Alphingtqon, Messrs Kier and Youren; Fairfield, Messrs C, - G. Classon, B. Classon, and Halfpenny; Greensborough, Messrs Elliott and Coghlan; Heidelberg, Mr Van and Or Stobie ;. Ivangoe, nqessrs PIarker, McDonnell. and 1McElg'nn ; Ternm plestowe, Messrs E. Sheahan and Renehan, Fairfield Juniors. are joining, but did not send any dele gates. Mr Van, vice-president, was voted to the chair. A letter was received from the Diamond Creek club, to the effect that they would be unable to get a team this year.-A motion: wa~s passe4 eyxpresing reyr~t: The aipiici?tio of the Temple Etowe club to be admitted was granted. Cr Stobie and MIr E. Sh ahan audited the accounts for last seasci, Having certified to its correctness it was adopted. Messrs McDonnell and V\an were nominated for the o...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ST JOHN AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

ST JOHN AMTBULANCE. Under the auspices of tihe Fairfield division of the above a highly successful picture night took place at the Park Theatre on Monday evening. There was a large attendance and an interesting set of pictures were screened. During an interval votes of thanks were accorded the proprietor of the theatre for the use of the building, the statff for giving their services, Amalgamated Pictures for pro viding the films, the Ivanhoe Symphony Orchestra for supplying the music, and "The News" for advertising. The pro ceeds were very satisfactory, and will be divided between the Belgian Relief Fund and the local division of the am bulance brigade,

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BELGIAN FLAG DAY. LAST FRIDAY'S EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 3 April 1915

BELGIAN FLAG DAY. LAST FRIDAY'S EFFORT. The promoters of the local effort in connection with the Belgian Flag Day appeal have every reason to be immensely proud of the success of their organisation and the hearty response made by the residents of the district. Thanks is due to Mrs Coate, who responded so wlllingly to the aippeal 'of the Lady Mayoress to the wives of shiie presidents to assist the modemcnt in their respec tive distric:s . Mrs Coate .receive, capable a.si~tjice fru:m th:: h in. secretaries (Mrs D. L. Stirling and Mbiss Rank),.from a strong executive committee, andfrom Misses Candy and Crabb. They all worked with the greatest harmony and infused a tremendous amount of enthusiasm among the young ladies who. volun teered as collectors. The collectors, several of whom gave up their business for the day to assist the movement, carried out their portion of the work most effectively Many of them com menced their duties before six o'clock in the morning, and kept up their sal...

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