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THE IVANHOE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914
THE IVrANHOE COMMITTEE. In the above connection, this commit tee has justified its existence, and with the co-operation of parents and others has well held its own with even much larger schools. The present committee is con stituted as'fbli6' ;-M-essrs W. R. Ball (chairman), E. Wallis (correspondeit), J. Gough, W. C. Joy, G. Maggs, and I. Shaw, and Mrs C. T. Sutton. Hold ing its first meeting on 11th May, 1911, the committee foni?d that plenty of work lay before it. The school'was overcrow ded, shelter sheds were badly needed, and plenty of minor works required at tention, As the Education 'department had intimated its willingness to contri bute £ for £ on money raised by the committee and expended on necessary permanent structures, it was decided to hold a bazaar to raise funds. Strong cominuittee 'were - fgrmed, with Mr W. C. Joy and Mrs 0C. T: Sutton as :jo?n secretaries, the bazaar was held on Satur day, 5th August, 1911. The result was highly creditable to all concerned, no les...
IVANHOE B v. LANGWILL BROS. & DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
. IVANHQE B v. LANGWILL S. .BROS. & DAVIS. Won by the latter by 2 runs. For Ivanhoe, hMcDonald hit up 44, in cluding two 5's, and Ladner took 5 wickets for 22 runs. IVANIOE B. J.EBarry, b Ford ... ... 9 Me l)onald, b Maker... ... 44 WV. Ladner, b Allen -.. ., 7 SJ. Calhoun, b Allen ... ... 9 . A. Williams, b .Allen .. 0 .!. A r;ans. b Alien ... ... O P. Lawton, h Alien ... ....3 SFkry;i run out ;.. ... 0 G. Mill, i: and b ?aP.ker ... 0O S Veiiiot out . .. '.. ; : " Lavender, c, b Maker . .... Sundries ... ... 2 S 'Total ... ... 76 i-aw?ILLr,1ios. & DrIVs. 'I-otal .. ... 18 Bowling--ladner, 5 for 22; Lawton, "I for 19; Abrams, 3 for 14. U 7~h and 14th ,Uarh,Ivanhoe B pl:ty the Mission C.C. E. Studley, of Alphington, made S a mnost auspicious debut into first Iclass cricket last Saturday. Playing . iis initial game with the Northcote : Firsts against North Melbourne, he .cored 57. This performance is all : he more meritorious when it is coti sidered thart he entered th...
IVANHOE A v. EAST PRAHRAN [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
IVANHOE A v. EAST PRAHRAN Ivanhoe put up the record of 30o5 runs, W. Bryant contributing zo5, which included 13 4's. IVANHOE A. - McDonald, b Davies ,,. Ak. Fox, bVial ... ... 32 G. Fox, b Bamfield ... *.. 2 W. Bryant, b Davies ...105 E. Ashby, b Vial . 17 Ar. For, st, bDavies 1.. 11 A. Mann, o, b Vial ,,, 1 A. Graham, b Robertson . 8 - --Thompson, b Vial .. 16 G..Baird, not out ,, ,;,: ~36 G. Blair, not out ... ... 27 Sundries ,,, ,,, 33 Total for 9 wicket.s ...305 (Innings declared closed.) EAST PRAHRAN. Total ... ... 76 Bowling--E. Ashby, 1 for 37; G. I F'ox, 4 for 24; A. Mann, 4 for 7. Tro-day and next Saturday Ivan hoe play Alphington at Alphington.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. Scots' Church Sabbath school, Heidel borg, held its annual excursion and pic nic last Saturday, the Lido Gardens at Hampton being the trysting place. Ac companied by a number of the parents, the teachers and scholars left Heidolberg by the 9.18 a.m. train, and shortly before eleven o'clock found themselves at the appointed rendezvous. The majority wore not long in betaking themselves to the sandy beach with its niever-failing at tractions, including the baths and bath ing boxes. At 12.30 dinnetr was served, to which full justice was done, for "There's something in the seaside air," that sharpens the appetite. Beguiled by the beautiful weather which prevailed, many parents and friends arrived during the afternoon, when the whole company numbered 140. At 5.30 tea was heartily partaken of, and as the shades of evening fell upon the favorite watering-place, the party wended their way to the railway station. The tra? .as a quarter of an hQur late in arriyving at fli...
[?] (FAIRFIELD) V. ST. SAVIOUR'S. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
.:...;:,.? . 1;' , ,:. -: .tl ...? _-_. 1 ? ....... . ...... .. i I - SAVIOUR'S. This. match in the second grade Churiih, of England Association was concided at Richmond last Sat urday, and resulted in a win for St. Paul's by to wickets. ST. PAUL'S. S First Innings ... ...127 Second Innings, no wickets for 11 ST. SAVIOUL'S. First Innings ... ... 75 Second Innings ... ... 61 S:S. Slade, 9 for 20, and A. Jenkins, 6 for 24, bowled best for winners. S -? . Paul's play St. Silas' at Albert Park this afternoon.
FAIRFIELD CROQUET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
FAIRFIELD CROQUET CLUB. The Fairfield croquet ladies had quite a busy time during last week. On Tues day, 24th ult., Miss Atherton and Mrs Hoffmann led off for Mrs Robertson's trophy; on 27th, the Aberfeldic club pIlayed 9n. th local's ground; and on the 28th;'Ivanhie -al;k wat-visited, the re siilt being a win for Ilvanloe. Fairlifldd' four was considerably weakened owing to the absence of Mrs Clay, and Miss Ath erton being handicapped by the bad play of her partner, Mrs Alexander. To-day the Hampton ladies play at Fairfield.
CRICKET. FAIRFIELD v. COLLINGWOOD UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
CRICKET. FAIRFIELD v. COLLINGWOOD UNITED, Last Saturday, the Fairfield team commenced its last match for the season in the sec6nd grade Victorian Junior Asso~iati6n against Colling wood United, the leading club in the competition, on the latter's groitnd at Clifton Hill. Fairfield made 7o, the' faulty wicket not suiting them at all, and their opponents lost six wickets for 129, of which one bats sman, E 'Freake, contributed 5r. T. Callajwty ind H. Halfpenny (two each), and A. Scott (orine)were the successful bowlers. B. 'Olasson kept wickets in capital style. Play will be resumed to-day. Scores : . ? PAI1PIELD. OC. Maine, b Robinson ... O H. Halfpenny, c Robinson, b Ianigan ... ... 8 B. Clsobon, b Robinsop ... 12 A. Scott, b Willoughby ... 9 A. Perry, b Lsnigan... ....- 3 W. Phillips, b Willoughby ... 5 T-. CT.aUawsy, b Willouighby ... 10 P. Halfeoiny,'b iroor ... -o Bejl,di, oBit: r . .. . ... 0 W. Inseam, b Knoor ... O S Plowmau, b Knoor ... ... 0 BSundries ,.. ... 23 Total .. O C...
GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
* 'i GREENSBOROUGH. * ith domimendable Spublic spirit, Mi I Bills of Wood~lands Greens blorouh ?h.as i.epeatedly ev~idence'd his keen piactical hnterest Pn the yon pepl o f the di triotf Every AiloioD a 1nd othic eddasions of i~ioeti~~·. entlenanhias always been :f't~ th re fo with generous help. Some tiime ago, tith the idea of supplo enin u" the ordinary school instrue 'iso:i, M. Bills, by a generous con tiiliitioii of cash and books, founded a libiar-in.connection with the local State e'dhool, anld the scholars can ni av!ail: themselees of the best t~ahdird cl ..works, embracing history, oetrye advehtpre, books ol xefeit en a arc ft . Bill7 who is also leelly xiitereited in the work of the Protectionq- to. Animals' Society, re .ceutl donated £10/lO10/- as a -pize liind for. esays to be written by thle Stitae chool scholars, -the subject beino "Kindness to Animals." This 'sum .was apportioned out amongst the various grades, the conditions b?i?'g that, wnith a view tt educatc and i...
NEW IVANHOE METHODIST SCHOOL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
NEW IVANHOE METHODIST SCHOOL HALL. The erection of the new School Hall in connection with the Ivanaoe M1etho dist Church is now nearing completion, and will be opened on Sunday, 15th March, with the usual flourish of trum pets, &e. The building has been carried out under the supervision and according to plans prepared by Mr John Jenkin, the local.architect, whose abilities are well-known and appreciated. The con tractor entrusted with the work was Mr A. J. HunpIroys, bui.dcr, of 0Clifton Hill, and the total cost of building, ex clusive of furniture, will amount to close on £900. The present church edifice has' become too 6ircumscriboed for both Sunday school and church services, so that the new building will be used for both purposes until such time as the trustees see their way clear to erect an enlarged brick church such as this grow ing suburb will warrant at no distant date. In the meantime, it is proposed to make use of the old church building for the kindergarten branc...
ALPHINGTON ESTATE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
ALPHINGTON ESTATE SALE. A successful auction sale of blocks in the Woodlands Estate at Alphington was conducted last Saturday by Messrs Membrey and Deane, in conjunction with Messrs Youren and Son. There were altogether 94 blocks to be sold, and of these 834 realised £3000. Heidelberg road frontages brought 40/ to 44/, nine out of 12 blocks being sold.' Of the Woodlands-road blocks, 60ft. x 133ft., lots sold at 26/ to 30/. St. Elmo-road lots brought 27/6 to 28/6. For the house block of nearly six acres, £950 was the reserve, and only £925 was offered. Three river frontage allotments were passed in at 50/, the reserve being £3.
STATE SCHOOL COMMITTEES. AT FAIRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
ISTATE SCHOOL COMMITTEES. ^''*^ ----*--- ^- *'. S AT FAIRFIELD. The election of 'the new Fairfield State School Committee, which will hold office for the next three .years, took place on Monday e-ening ,last in the school-room. Between 40 and. 5Q ladies and gentlemen were pre sent, and the head teacher (Mi'. MIcLean): presided. Eleven nomina tions iwere lodged, the. following be n elected, .the names. of whom will he submitted to the Goverliment for ap]lroval:-Cr. T. Trevena, .Messrs. P. A.Joske, F. J. Crabb, W. Le Massu rier, A. Williams,-and F. S. Bryanit' and Cr. J. Coate. All thoseappointed, with the exception of the last-named, were retiring members, Mr. John Gra ham not submitting his name to the: ballot.. Iefore the meeting .clsed Mi.'W J 'mT Prinsmall movi ed^tmW' thanks .of the parents *'present e given to the members of the late com mittee for the amount of work done by them during, the: past three years. Seconded by Mi'.Taylor, and(l eirnei b?: :aclii~i i .hii '?fi ? i t:...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
Dr. Basil J. Adam ' WURROOK." IVANHOE. Hours 9 . oa 10 a.m., 7to8 p.m. Baturday and Sundays, 9 to 10 am. Vaocination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m, Visit. FAIRFIELD daily 11 am. (Sunt --days excepted. Messages maybe left a - . Mr McGregor's, next. Mr Marsh's, Station street. DR H. KIRWAN B- 1G HEIDELBERG. May be Coasmlted Daily, 9 to 11 am Visits: Eltham-Mondays, 2 p.m. rteensborotugh-Mondays, 4 p.m; and Thursdays, 1 p,m. Diamond Creek-Thursdays (Oddolellws ail), 2.30o pm. SB. BO LLABO N OF HEIDELBERG TIITS Erraw , Tuedays, 12 noon. GaQuNusonouO; Tuesdays, 2,30 p.m Diamond4 OGui Friday, 3 p.m. Private Hospital (Regirtered.) IVANHOE-Cloe statlon. Patient aoommodated beforo and after Soeoachement. Every comfort and skilled attention SPES-Two esd a half Gulaesi. Visiting eaes attended. NURSE JACKSON (Certificated.) R F. LORNE KELLY, (B.D.S.,L.D.8., Melb. University) DENTIST, 110 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE May be consulted at MR F . W. GILBERT'S IVANHOE PHARMACY, Hours Tuesday 9 to 12 a.m., Thurs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
- Phone. City 6oi VEREY CROSS -Our1"ai~ors, HATTERS and MERCERS. "-: We are The LEADING HATTERS, WOODROWS' TRESS'S and DENTON'8. New variety of SpringGoods Opening Latest Designs in TWEEDS & COATINOGS Our representative (Mr H. Oraw ford) will wait on customere tihroighout the district once a month. SONLY ADDRESS: 242 Smith-St., COL?LINGWOOD. Housekeepers I Do you know it pAYS yOU Ito SAVE YOUR FAT &BONES . COLOU TED IN EVERY PART - OF THE DISTRICT. Iighest Prices Given. Send Port Card to E, B. Both, TEMPLESTOWE BOILING IDOWN House Decorator, Importer of Window Glass, Paper. hangings, and all Painters' Requsites, DEGS to intimate that he has Moved J - his Busineam'to premiles' ately occu pied by Mr Eade HEIDELBERG ROAD, - ^ IVANHOE. Phone, Heidelberg 82. And trnsta by good workmanship and sup -yik g oply the beat mater.ta to merit a shia? of public patropage.' SLe w is, 3850. QUI'S PARADE1 CLIFTON HILL Has a large assortment of Fancy Good? Stationery, Glass S ware, To...
TEMPLESTOWE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 7 March 1914
TEMPLESTOWE iPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Harvest thanksgiving services were held in the above church on Sunday, 22nd February. The building was very nicely decorated, and the display of fruit in front of the pulpit was quite up to the usual standard. Rev Mr Cameron, Di rector of Home Missions, preached both afternoon and evening to large and ap preciative congregations. On the former -uo x o-, hU. gav«e fi.no discournvaeon theo work and responsibility of Christians, and in the evening a stirring address on the Home Mission work of the Presby terian Church. The collections amount. ed to £4/18/, of -which £4 was donated to the various schemes of the church. The fruit, comprising 23 cases, was as usual given to the Astin H ospital.