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SATURDAY "POPS." [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
SATURDAY "POPS." Under the direction of Messrs J. and N. Tait, a series of Saturday night popu lar concerts are to take place .in the Auditorium, Collins-street, commencing this evening, 28th inst. The programmes will be arranged on similar lines to the ballad concerts given with such great success in the Queen's and Royal Albert Halls, London, and will be of a miscel laneous character. The artists engaged include eminent vocalists and instrumen talists whose names are familiar to all Melbourne music lovers. The directors have been fortunate enough to secure the services of the well-known prima donna, Madame Slapoffski, for the first concert to-night, who will make her re-appear ance in Melbourne after her triumphs in Europe. The directors feel that this venture should meet with the approval of all music lovers, and that the concerts will be tlhe means of filling the wide periods between the visits of famous ar tists from Europe.
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
HEIDELBERG DISTRICT FOOT. BALL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above association was held at the Sir Henry Barkly Hotel, Heidelberg,.on Monday evening last, the retiring president. Mir. W. A. Carruthers, being in the chair. The delegates present were .lessrs. C. Lancaster. Blackeby, and [. Reynolds (Alphington); A. C. Norton and Reynolds (Diamond Creek); P. Halfpenny, F. Biddis. combe, and A. HLibbs (Fairfield Sen ors); S. McCrohan,? a~&_4-d.- ,. (Fairfield Juniors); V. Cannon, C.. - Elliott, and M. Coughlan (Greens borough); E. Van, D. G. Stobie, and J. McHugh (Heidelberg); and J. Gough, O'Brien, and A. Colechin (Ivanhoo). Templestowe was not represented, and it was stated that efforts to form a club there this year had proved futile. Regret was ex. pressed that the Templestowe team would be missing from the- compe tition during the coming season, and their sporting proclivities in the past were loudly praised. Under the cir cumstances, the meeting re...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
PITH AND POINT. Ivanhoe and Alphington Progress So. ciety meets next Monday evening in the Alphington Hall. The third annual meeting of.the Ivan hoe Social Club will be held on Monday evening next in Ivanhoe Hall. Ivanhoe Methodist Sunday school's telt1 '4nnigersary to-morrow (Sunday), when three services will beheld, folow- ed with a tea meeting and annual scho lars' entertainment on Tuesday evening next. The Heidelberg Sports Club desires usn to state that the meeting advertised to be hold last Saturday under the heading of "Heidelberg Spotsa" was in no way con nected with that club, but was arranged by an outside body. ?Mioen !-Hattam and Hattam's, High. street, Northcote, have now opened their new winter goods. Pay them a visit.* Miss MHargaret Beale, who was one of the plde~t residents of Victoria, died at St. Celqlea, G-reensborough, on -TUesday evening. Th d~eceased Ilady, who was 86 years of age, was a daughter of Major Anthony Beale. The funeral took place on Thursday at th...
FAREWELL TO REV. T. COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
FARaEWELL TO REV. T, COLIINS. The Ivanhoe Methodist School Hall was well filled last Sunday evening with an appreciative congregation, which had gathered together to hear the Rev Thos. Collins, wlho has completed his third year as resident minister at Ivanhoe, and who has been appointed to the important charge of the Colac circuit, deliver his farewell sermon. The rev. gentleman made feeling reference to his approach. ing departiure, remarking that when he came amongst them he decided to preach the simple gospel of Jesus Christ, and he had done so, On Wednesday night the School Hall was again well filled, many coming from Eltham, Greensborough, Templestowe, and other parts of the circuit to show their appreciation of the work done by Mr Collins, and wish him God speed in his new sphere of labor. The senior circuit steward, Mr W. Ladner, presid ed, and, in stating the object of the gathering, mentioned that it was fortu nate the new hall was finished in time for the Reir Collins' fin...
SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
SUCCESSPUL CQNCERT. To further celebrate the opening of the new School Hall, a concert was held therein on Saturday evening last, when the building was packed with an enithu. siastic a?dience, and it is assured that the entertainment will show a surplus of over £10 towards the building fund of the church. A capital programme was presented, of which those present voiced their approbation in no uncertain degree, most of the items being vociferously en cored, and a tribute paid to the general excellence of the individual performers. The platform was tastefully decorated with pot plants, kindly loaned by the Enid Nursery. The quality of each number was so fine that to discriminate or attempt to criticise such would be decid edly invidious. Most of the evening's programme was contributed by well known district artists, whoso popularity was coisiderably increased thereby. A leading feature was ' The Strollers" glee party, which renedr(a four part songs in their usual well-balanced and fin...
FAIRFIELD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
FAIRFIELD CLUB. On Saturday last a 3-rink team of bowlers from the Malvern and Caulfield club paid a visit to Fairfield and played a friendly game, which resulted as fol lows:-Fairfield, 76; Malvern and Caul field, 60. On Monday the final for the club championship was played off. A good close game was witnessed up to the 24th end, when the scores were 1 all, but af. ter that E. ]utcher gained rapidly, ang scored 31 to G. Alexander's 19, thus placing Mr Butcher as clhb clampiQo for the season, with Mr Alexander as runner-up.
BOWLING. IVANHOE A v. NORTHCOTE A. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
BOWLING. IVANHOE A v. NOIRTHCOTE A. A match in the Jika Jika shield com petition between the above clubs was played on Saturday last, resulting in a victory for Ivanhoo by 131 points to 76. Tle winners' detailed scores were as fol low : IVANHOE, 131. 1.-Holt, Shaw, Rendle, Barstow... 27 3--Staee, !nell, age, ,Oakes ... 33 3.--Burirell, Rev James, B.sout1k, Dr. Adam ... ... 32 4.-McIntosh, Maggs, J. King, Belinfante ... ... 39
HEIDELBERG STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
HEIDELBERG STATE SCHOOL. At a meeting called for the election of a School Committee, the head master, M?r Alex. Kelso, made an interesting statement as to the work done during the tenure of the previous committee. No less than £500 had been spent on gene. ral improvements to the school buildings and grounds. The two large class rooms have all been painted, and the kinder garten class is now accommodated with a room for itself outside the buildings. Special attention was paid to the sani tary requirements, and two neat pavi lions have been added, which are used regularly as class rooms. There is also a rifle range now provided in the grounds, and the new committee hope to have a start made with the tennis court this month. In addition, a neat cyclone fence has been erected round the school and playgrounds. The committee has still £45 inithe bapk, and on the £ for £ principle, hope to further improve and beautify the Heidelberg hub of learning and s.urroundings. The following were ele...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
CHAS. C. DAVIS Oreengrocer &i - Confectioner, AT S BE1DELBERO ROAD, IVANHOE, B CE4 to I t:in ate that h lbar Removied S'his Bu ine.- to New Premises, nezt Commercial Ilank. Frh- FruNit and Vegetables three times a week. Cool Drinks, &o" • _ . '.. j~ ~ -- . . ;; Fairfield Motor Hire and Repair Works. C. W. JUNKER, Proprietor. GARAGE at Rear of Grand View Hotel. Fairfield. Phone, Northcote 61. THOS. JAMES & SONS, RANGEWORTHY ESTATE, IVANHOE. Telephone-Heidelberg, 189. THE FAMOUS RANGEWORTHY GRAVEL. REDUCTION IN PRICE. Carted to any part of Ivanhoe for 6/6 per load. SCREENED GRAVEL, 7f- per LOAD Carted to Alphington.. .. 8J- per load ,, Fairfield .. .. 9 When Carter breaks it down from the face, 31. per load. _.Broken-down. ready for carting, only 3/6 per load. LOOM, 216 per load at Pit. A. lso Carting of all descriptions. Sand, stone, gravel, manure, soil, filling, ashes, and ploughing SGarden Patns. ana aoans formed and Gravel Laid by Day or Piece Work. :Prope...
IVANHOE METHODIST CHURCH OPENING OF NEW SCHOOL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
IVANHOE METHODIST OHURCH OPEMNING OF NEW SCHIOOL HALL. The opening of the new Metho dist School Hall at Ivanhoe took place on Sunday, z5th inst., and the celebrations were continued on the following Tuesday. For some time past the church has been far too small for both the Sunday school and church purpose-;, notwithstand ing the fact that it is.not long since additions were made to the building. During the past few months the fe male and male adult classes have had to be accommodated elsewhere, the former in- a private residence near by, and thelatter in Mr Jen kin's office. It was suggested at first that a structure to cost between £20oo00 and £300ooo be erected, but the trustees felt that the burden would be one too great to ask the members to carry, and it was finally decided to erect the present build ing for the time being. The result is that a very fine edifice, rich in architectural design and ornamenta tion, and with spacious inferior ac commodation, ample for existing de ma...
ALPHINGTON MUTUALS v. IVANHOE B. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
ALiPHINGTON MUTUALS v. IVANHOE B. - A record of 204 runs for 9 wickets was put up by Alphington Mutuals, DI. Davis, H. Grenness, C. Hollow, and T. Hiscock batting well. The gnme will be continued to-day. " ALPHITGTO, KUTUALS. T. HIiscock, b Ladner ... 28 I'. Saloway, e, b Ladner ... 14t S. Hamilton, b Ladner .. 3 H. LTee,.b Scott ... ... 7 T Trevena, run'out ... 1 ... B. Blddiscorube, c, b Ladtiier ... 5 C.'"ollow, run out.... ' ... 33 S H: Grenness, e. b Ladner. ,,. 50 : -C. Hamilton, lbw, b Barry ... 0 D. Davis, not out ... ... 83 . Sundries ... ... 10 Total for 9 wickets -...204 A: one day's match has been ar ranged between the Alphington and SFairfield Park clubs for this after noon at Alphington. " -. Distiict cricketers-did exCeptibn ally -well with outside teams last !t'day. --Ith the final:niaitcih of the !?..i Jii~ir Asuociation, the two Fairfield "iresentatives, F. Salton and A. Roipe-, performed creditably for the Clift ,n Hill A.N A, against North Mel ,ourne District. Th...
DIAMOND CREEK SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
DIAMOND CREEK SHOW. The 30th annual show of the Diamond Creek Horticultural Society was held on Thursday. of last . week, and proved.-a very successful exhibition. Fine weather prevailed, the exhibits were numerous, and the attendance highly satisfactory, the gate receipts amoti4ng to £53/17/, which was an increase of nearly £10 on last year, The show was opened by the Hon. Wm. Hutchinson, Minister for Agriculture, who apologised for the ab. scnce of the representative of the dis trict, Mr E. H. Cameron, M.L.A. The president of the society, Mr R1. M. Fin lay, presided at the luncheon, at which the usual toast list was honored. The display of fruit, despite the adverse sea son experienced, was well up to the high standard of former years, and the arena events also attracted keen competition and interest. • . . . . . . . .. From time to time the newspapers have been iooded ith pamphlets and Free Trade literature for gratuitous pub. lication, and at the last Federal elections a Free Tr...
SWIMMING NOTES. INTER-CLUB MATCHES. FAIRFIELD v. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 28 March 1914
SWIMMING NOTES. INTER-CLUB MATCHES. FAIRFIELD v. FITZROY. Last Saturday afternoon, at the bathing site on the Yarra at Fair field, the second of the series of challenge cup competitions between the above clubs was held. How ever, little interest was evinced in the contests, there being a very meagre attendance of spectators, and the locals could only muster such a weak team that the result was a foregone conclusion. Among the ab sentees, through various causes, were J. W. Porta, the Fairfield champion; A. Gittins, (captain), P. White, R. Field and R. Hoffman. Comprising &nbsp; the cream of the club's swimmers. The outcome was that Fitzroy, which possesses some fine representatives, including Dineen, winner of the three miles' swim in the Yarra, and Bryar, runner-up for the breast stroke championship, gained an easy victory by 24 points to 9. Joe White cap tained the Fairfield team. The details of Saturday's events were:--Boys' race, 50 yards: Carter (Fitzroy), 1; F. Daley (F...
HEIDELBERG v. DUERDIN & SAINSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 April 1914
HEIDELBERG v. DUERDIN & SAINSBURY. The above match was commenced last Saturday, and will be concluded to-day. The visitors scored 73, and Sileidelberg at call of time had made lo2 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. DUERDIN & SAINSBURY. First Innings ... ... 73 ;:--: -- cling=L.?.Aay,.5 for 25; L. Xelso, ;- 5 for.41. -. HEIDELBERG. First Innings. W. Bond, c, b Keogh . ... 40 J. Blair, b Hastings ... .... 1 L. . Kelso, c, b Howden ... 8 F. May, not out .. ... 44 L. May, not out .... ... 0 Sundries .:. ... 9 Total for 3 wickets ...102
ALPHINGTON v. NORTHCOTE CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 April 1914
ALPHINGTON v. NORTHCOTE CHRIST CHURCH. A match was played between the above clubs last Saturday, resulting in a win for Alphington as follows: NONTHCOTE. Total ... ... 37 .Bowling--Burrows, 3 for 14; Hicks, 6 for 18. ALPHIN?TON. h Tiedgen, c, b Austin... -... 4 W - hite, c, b Austin ...- ... 0 Lancaster, c, b Austin 0 Curline, c, b Austin ... ... 13 sWhitcher, c, b Le Page ... 11 ''Burrows, c, b Austin ... 0 G. Pitcher, not out ... ... 52 A. Hicks, b Le Page... ... 46 W. Pitcher, not out ... ... 24 Sundries ... ... 3 Total for 7 wickets ...153 To-day, on the Alphington ground.. the locals play Erstwhile C.C.
IVANHOE A v. NORTH MELB. ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 April 1914
IVANHOE A v. NORTH MELB. ROVERS. W Won by Ivanhoe by 153 runs on the first innings. IVANHOE A. A. Mann, c, b Gorham ... 20 G. Fox, c, b McLeish ... 17 Alex. Fox, b McLeish ... 4 W. Bryant, retired ... ...123 E. Ashby, c, b Gorham. ... 6 G. Baird, st,,b Gorham ... 28 Beauchamp, b Gorham ... 3 Ar. Fox, lbw, b McLeish ... 15! 'A. Graham, b McLeish ... 2 J.' Morris, not out ... ... 2 Bennett, b McLeish ... 0 Sundries ... ..... 4 Total ... ...224 NTHI. MELB. ROVERS. . First Innings ... ... 71 Bowling-Ashby, 2 for 20 ; Mann, 5 for 31; Alex. Fox, 1 for 4; McDonald, '1 for 15.
FAIRFIELD METHODISTS V WELLINGTON-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 April 1914
FAIRFIELD METHODISTS v WELLINGTON-STREET. The final match in the Mel bourne Methodist Association be tween the above teams was continu ed at Prince's Oval, Carlton, last "? ~ urday~:- Eairfeld scored 55 in their second innings, and Welling ton-street responded with 49 for 8 wickets, the latter thtius requiring 21 runs to win with two wickets to fall The game will be played to a finish. to-day. Scores : FAIBFIELD METHODISTS. First Innings ... ... 58 Second Innings. i R. Harris, b Shewbridge - ,.. 2 P. Nye, b Madsen ... ... 16 G. Street, b Madsen... ... 2 T. Lugton, b Skidmoro ... 5 B] Hams, st, b Skidmore ... 4 L. McCormack, run out ... 4 B. Dawson, run out ... ... 7 H. Ieidle, run out ... ... 1 A. Gittins, e, b Skidmore ... 0 T. Watt, not out ... .. 3 C. Harris, run out ,,, ,., 1 Sundries ... ... 10 Total ... ... 55 WELLINGTON?STREET METHODISTS. Trigg, b Gittins ... ..; 0 Skidmore, b Lugton ... ... 0 Skillicorn, b Lugton... .. 1 8. Temby, b Lugton... ... 16 B Tapner, b Gittins... .....
CRICKET. PROPOSED DISTRICT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 4 April 1914
PROPOSED DISTRICT COMPE TITION. A meeting was held on Thursday evening, 26th March, to form an association to play under district cricket rules: There were two re presentatives 'irom the following clubs :-Heidelberg, Templestowe, Diamond Creek, Ivanhoe, Alphing'I ton, and Northcote. Mr Whitcher, : of Alphington, was appointed chair man, and Mr Watton was asked to fill the office of secretary pro tem. On the motion of Messrs Bond (Heidelberg) and Liidner (Ivanhoe). it was unanimously decided that an association be formed, and after a general discussion relating to rules, &c.. another meeting was fixed for '6th April -next, to be held at tht Rechabite Hall, Heidelberg-road, Ivanhoe, at 8 p.m., to draw up a sdt of rules and define boundaries., It was unanimously resolved to ask the co-operation of the Greensborough and Fairfield Park clubs in the scheme.