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ST. JAMES' HARRIERS, IVANHOE [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 May 1914
£T. JAM SE' HBARIERS, 19N1 '.l ? Under oircumstances which were cer, inly none too propitious, the above larriers had a really successful initiatory itn on Saturday, 18th ult.. Many of the Ider members were feeling knocked out lter a week's military camp, and a compulsory parade claimed some of the younger ones; while early in the after noon the weather was uncertain. Nevei theless, 14 turned- out, and after a very pleasant six:mile run, their ardor' was not at all damped. On the contrary, everyone is anxious for the next -trot. The hires chose fine country-to the top of Eaglemont, throigh .IeidBerlrg, over the Hirst Brlidge line t'wdirds P~ieton, and ireturned by W~terdale o. d aind,:the Recreation Association's grounds to the Park, where, thanks to the courtesy of the Cricket-?d':F~ootbhli-Clubs they had the use of t ali pviliodh i. With CO Taylor as pace, adathe Vicar aswhip; the pace was goodad ai yet not too-strenuous, so that the pac had heaps of time and in clination to einjo...
SUCCESSFUL ROSE EXHIBITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 May 1914
SUCCESSFUL ROSE EXHIBITOR. Mr B. V. Rossi, of "Roseland," Ivan. has ancu quc a-number- of-th ing prizes at recent horticultural s. At Footscray, Mr Rossi was ded two firsts for 12 and 3 roses ectively; at Northcote, he gained ee leading honors for 12 and 6 roses. [Nid 6 bunches roses. Four first prizes eo his way from Canterbury, in 12 es distinct, 6 bunches, and 6 and 3 4ches decorative roses, also annexing ,he champion rose award with a magni ient bloom of " Mrs R. D. McClure." .-,t the Victorian Improvement Horti. sltural Society's show, he secured firsts ir 12 and 6 roses distinct. This exhi bitor also won in the section for best ldisplay of roses at the Royal Society's hlow in the Melbourne Town Hall on Wednesday. At the latter..exhibition, the Enid Nursery (Ivanhoe) secured the leading cards for collection of plants and flowers, new plant, 12 and 6 cactus dah. lias, and champion cactus dahlia; also seconds for ornamental fo!iage plants, and three palms. Mr Rossi's successes as...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 May 1914
GOLF. A large number of players took out cards on Saturday for Mr L. Sterling's trophy. The winner turned up in H. G. Roberts, nothwithstanding that he had received special attention from the frm. His score was 86, 17, 69, showing that a further application of the pruning knife is necessary. G. R. Bennett (89, 17, 72) and A. D. Hart (89, 16, 73), who filled second and third places respec tively, also returned fine cards. On the Monday the high wind was against low scoring, but G. R. Bennett was again to the front in the morning competition with another 89-17-72, a really good performance under the conditions pre vailing. Men's foursomes in the after noon produced a keen struggle, no less than three pairs tying for first place. Ormerod and Wingrovo (89-11-78), G. F. Matthews and Strand (01-13-78), and Saunders and Currie (100-22-78) leading the field. On Saturday the May medal match play will be competed for. A number of the club.members took part in the open handicap at Fisherman's ...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 May 1914
PITH AND POINT. There are some mighty fine Lined Kid Gloves for Children at IIaHTras. They're in Brown's only, and have Fur Tops. Just the thing for you little girl.* take a nabit of getting aLL your home needs at IlATAx1s. Everything for Men, Women and Children --in Wearables \except boots), and everything in Drapery, Napery, &c., for the home.* Hattam's ad on page 4 this week is of interest to you! Get into the habit of looking for HITTaixs ad wVns week. Always something for everybody.* "Sweet Lavender," Ivanhoe Dramatic Club, Saturday next, M-ay 9th.* Dick Phenyl-" The last time Clement my boy, the last time."-Sweet Laven. der.* SDr Delanoy-" It is only by a bed of sickness that many a woman can forget the trouble, pain and disappointmrnt the world has brought her.-Sweet Laven. dor.* Minnie-" If ever the clixir of life is discovered, it'll turn out to be a bottle of. something to keep a man and a woman in love with each otler."-5Sweet Laven. der.* Sweet Lavender, Ivanhoe ...
WITH THE FAIRFELD BOWLERS AT HEALESVILLE. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 2 May 1914
WITH THE FAIRFIELD BOWLERS AT HEALESVILLE &nbsp; (Contributed.) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Easter, 1914, 'will.be long .remem &nbsp; &nbsp; .bered by the Fairfield bowlers who journeyed to- Healesviille. The holi &nbsp; day'proved to be one continuous &nbsp; round of pleasure and enjoyment. From Friday morning until Monday &nbsp; night, with three such humorous membiers as "Sawn-off" Le Masu rier, "Chocolate" Alexander, and "Silent" Sibthorpe, it could not be.. otherwise; and general were the. com plaints of~ many of the members of aching ribs, owing to the idiosyn crasies of the aforementioned come dians.. "Sawn-off": treated the com pany with a well-acted- part as a simpleton,who -was satisfied with life as long as he possessed a whip ping top, Noah's ark,-and a stick of chewing guim.. "Chocolate,, who is the recognised club's soprano,- was &nbsp; heard very often and much apprecia ted, and his imitations of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
L OST, Sunday week, a GOLD BROOCH, shield and dart. Reward.--IRS ~IILL, Burgundy Street, Heidelberg. LOST, on April 23rd, on road between Ivanhoe and Clifton Hill, a small bundle containing cushions and wrap, pro perty of Jeager, a patient at hospital, Please return to hospital. F OR SALE, Child's Go-Cart, ir good order. Will sell cheap. Apply THIS OFFICE. OR -SALE, 2-horse HORSEWORKS, for Chaffoutting; and Alfa De Laval SEPARATOR, 45 gals., in good order. G. T. HERBERT, Diamond Creek IVANHOE DRAMATIC CLUB. " Sweet Lavender," IVANHOE HALL, SATURDAY, aTH MAY, 1914, 11 and 1/6. : JOHN F-. MIORRIS, Ho?, soc. THE PARK THEATRE -Close to Fairfield Station, Open every Wednesday at 8 p.m., Saturday 2.30 p.m. (matinee) and 8 p.m., and all Holidays. STAR PICTURES-" Money or Love," 3000 ft.; "Agro Woodoo's Revenge", 3000 feet drama in three parts. Admission--Dress Circle, 1 ; Stalls, 6d. Children half-price except Saturday nights, THE GREAT BAZAAR IVANHOE HALL, FRIDAY. 15th MAY, 3 p.m. TO be o...
IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. THORNBURY BEATS IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. TIIORNBURY BEATS IVANHOE. By "Sir Francis." -Last Saturday was an important day with the bowlers, as they had to meet the -Thornbury A team on the Preston green to play off the final ,game for the Jika Jika shield. Ivai hoe had previously defeated Tho??a buryiitwie,- anid it wvas thought .they had ia chance to win the trophy: It was not to be, however, as the Thorn bury bowlers were out to win;- and on the very fast greeni that was pre pared by the Preston Club Ivanhoe were defeated by ?1 points: The green was really in admirable order, and it was a surprise to everyone, seeing the season-was so far spent, that it should have been so exces sively keen. W. R. Barstow's rink were tlie only winners for Ivanhoe, and they just got home by one point. Thornbury got away with the lead, but the Ivanhoe players put up a fine defence. II. Oakes, who-scored so remarkably well in the previous game against Thornbury, suffered de feat'by a few points, it being a re...
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSO - - CIATION. The .ordinary monthly meeting of the Fairfield Progress -Association was held in the Fairfield Hull on Tuesday evening last, when there was a fair'attendance, the president (Mr. S. E. Bridge) being in the chair. Correspondence. The secretary (Mr. Prismall) read the following letter from the Rail way department: Adverting to your letter of 14th Feb. last, I am directed to intimate that from the inquiries which have been made it is found that ample accommodation is pro vided on trains on the Fairfield line and it is reported that the two exit gates which are brought into use at the local station during the busy traffic are suffi cient for the requirements. It is also stated that no avoidable delay occurs at the booking window, but it has happened, on occasioni, that a number of passengers applied for tickets just as the train was arriving at the platform, and in such cases- it is pro bable that the booking clerk could not supply, them all with tick...
CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
CLUB NOTESi (By "Follower.") Next Saturday Heidelberg Jnniors will meet Alphington Juniors at Alphington. Fairfield Ramblers will meet Ivanhoe at Ivanhoe. The new football ground on the Ivan hoe recreation reserve will be consider. ably enhanced in value by the fine oval which was laid down gratutiously by Mr P. W. Millone, who surveyed the grounds. The top i3 excellent, and players should be grateful t Mr Millone for his generous and useful work. The following team has been selected to represent Heidelberg against Alphing ton on the Alphington grounds next Saturday :-Armstrong, Dixon, Cooper, Costean, Francis, Hughes, Irvine, Lewis, Milburn, Murphy, Riddle, Rank, Sloan, Twomey (2), Wall, Sealy, and Tynell. The result of last Saturday's match, Fairfield Ramblers v. Heidelberg Juniors was a follows:-Fairfield Ramblers 5 goals 7 behinds, Heidelberg Juniors 3 goals 4 behinds. Diamond Creek had a bye. Alphington Junior 10 goals 10 be hinds; Ivanhoe 2 goals 5 behinds. Some startling fact...
HEIDELBERG FOOTBALL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
HEIDELBERG FOOTBALL SOCIAL The monthly dance and euchre party in connection with the club was held on Saturday'last after the match with the Gordons,.a number of the latter attend ing it and enjoying themselves thorough ly. The committee should be well satis fled with the attendance, about 130 in all. The duties .of 1 C, was in the capable hands of Mr J. Evans, w.ile Mr Sheahen at the piano gave general satisfaction. Messrs Van, C. Auman and T. Newton looked after the refreshments at half time. Teo 'lommittee desires to thank the lady supporLerr for the appetising manner in. which they supplied them. The club will benefit by about £3 as the result.
UNFURLING THE PREMIERSHIP FLAG. AN INTERESTING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
UNFUTRLING THE PREMIERSHIP FLAG. AN INTERESTINq CERE??ONY. By D. Medhurst. Ivanhoe may feel justly elated on the possession:of a recreation ground that even now, in its transition state, may be termed noble; and it can be safely predicted that when; as con templated, it is encircled by a belt of pine and other ornamental trees, and its surface covere4 with verdure; for positio~i; ouiilodk; ~nd natural beauty it will be unsurpassed by any similar enclosure in the city or sub urbs. We understand that with com mendable foresight and publicjspirit several prominent. residents have taken the responsibility.. of ereeting the ?p-to-date paviliun anai 'iresiing 1ooms, the latfer being roomy, well ventilated, and with abundant seating accomodation, shower baths and other conveniences, no doubt forming the nucleus of a future structure that as events are rapidly trending, will grace one of the most picturesque and beautiful suburbs of Melbourne. Prior to the opening match of the present seaso...
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
HOCKEY. There was a large attendance at the Northcote park last Saturday to witness the opening of the Hockey season. The A grade match was between Fairfield and Heidelberg, and after a most stren uous game resulted in a draw, both teams scoring 2 goals. S. Brewer, O. Dawren and F. Besley were the most prominent for Fairfield, while G.May played splendidly for Heidelberg. S. Casey and A. Hartkopf scored the-goals for Fairfield. Unfortunately for Fairfield -B team, they were only able to muster nine players and were defeated by El sternwick. The final scores were Elsternwick, 4 goals; Fairfield, 3 goals. Goalhitters for Fairfield were-P. Stubley (2) and L. Williams, while W. Le Masurier, J. Browne, and H. Orchard worked 'hard for their side. At the beginning of the matches 0. Davoren and Walter Le Masurier were elected captains of the Fairfield A and B teams respectfully. To-day's matches are-A grade, East Malvern v. Fairfield at East Malvern; B grade, Surrey Hills v. Fair. field at ...
HEIDELBERG V. GORDONS (FOOTSCRAY). [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
HEIDELBE1 `V. GORDONS (FOOTSCRA'Y). The above teams met on Saturday last in the local park and played a game for the benefit of the Austin Hospital. Although the attendance was small, with the sale of the tic kets the Heidelberg Club will be able to haud over to the hospital a cheque for £9, of which sum the "Gordons" gave a donation of £2/2/. Some very fine football was played during the afternoon, the'"game being very strenuous at times, as both teams were playing to win this was not to be wondered at. Although Heidel berg were in the lead for most of the game the visitors were not very far behind at any portion of it. After a. very exciting finish in the last quarter Heidelberg won by three points. The scores-fi',S points, the scores being:: Heidelberg.-7 goals 32 behinds;' Gordons.-7 goals 9 behinds.
FAIRFIELD V. ALPHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
1:F4IRFIEI4P V. ALPHGTOI;. Last Saturday witnessed the open ing matches of the Heidelberg dis trict competition, but in all the games played the football .was not of a high order, as was only to be ex pected so early in the season. How ever, the performance of the various teams indicated that some stirring contests are ahead for enthusiasts. AIphington were at home to Fairfiald Seiiors, and the locals showed that they had lost none of their old-tiMi dash by decisively defeating the visi tors by 6 margin of 37 points. There were iavy new- men- to b, Saen in teb colQrs of bith sides; whilst some of the old players who had rendered yeoman service during past - easons were conspicuous by their absence. One notable player who was missing from the Fairfield -"..rs was S"Jack"- P-ta, their sturdy ruck man, who has been suffering from afi in ternal complaint for some time, but .hose servicos the club hopes to again have the benefit of shortly. Most o -the old stars were again lined up, and ...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
(fOLF. Another large field took out cards at the Yarra Yarra links on Saturday. L. P. Harrison with a stroke at 11 holes returned a card square with the Colonel and this proved the winning "effort, Rolebson with 1 down being second, and several players with 2 down following closely. On Saturday there will be a eqmpetition for a trophy presented by Mr Morga--stike play. The formal opening of the club will take place on Saturday week, the.16th, when a mixed foursome for trophies presented by the President will be played. The ladies of the club are providing afternoon tea and it has been arranged that, owing to the excess of men members in the club, those who have not obtained partners may invite lady members from other clubs. A good attendance is assured, and with this function the season will be fairly launched.
FOOTBALL. IVANHOE V. GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
FOOTBALL IVANHOE V. GREENSBOROUGH. The ball was set rolling between last year's premiers and the country club of Greensborough--patronisingly alluded to some time back- by "Fol Slower" as "an unknown, quantity, yet could be. relied on to give a fair ac count of themselves on their own ground;"-on Saturday last on the new ground of the former. The climatic: conditions were ad verse to anything approaching scien tifle football. A strong wind blow ing across the ground influenced the game in a marked degree. The local captain winning the toss elected to kick with the wind and, aided by the almost half-gale, Ivan hoe rattled up 4 goals 5 behinds be fore the visitors had got into stride. It was only towards the end of the quarter that the Green and White in vaded the home territory. A chance. to mark in front was spoiled by over anxiousness. and after hard work a - behind bnly.was scored. This proved to be the one and only point scored at the pavillion end all the afternoon. Quarter time...
IVANHOE METHODIST MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
IVAiSiUE METHODIST M1UTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY What promised to be one of the most interesting sessions of the above Society was inaugurated by a social in the lecture hall on Wednesday evening, April 29th. The chair was occupied by the president, Mr W. H. Collins, and an interesting programme of music and elo' cution was rendered by Mrs Cool, Misses Scott and Ruth Lancaster, and Messrs Parker and Oldmeadow. The remainder of the evening was devoted to the identi fization of 60 odd exhibits with a list containing a similar number of items. Miss Elsie Lancaster succeeded, by guessing 34 of these correctly, in gaining the highest number. The partaking of refreshments provided by the ladies brought the evening to a close, The syllabus for 1914 is to hand and em braces among other attractions lectures by Rev Sidney Buckley and Rev L. E. Bennett, M's.A.; a debate with the Moreland Methodist Young Men's Club; a "Parliamentary Night," and "An evening with Robert Burns." The sub ject for Wed...
FOOTBALL FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 9 May 1914
FOOTBALL FIXTURES. Following Is the draw, matches being on the ground of the first-named Club: First Round. hay 2.-Alphlngton v. Fairfield; Ivanhoe v.' Greensborough; Fairfield ?inliors v: Diamond Creek; 'Heidelbeig, a .bye' . " May 9.-Diamond -Creek v. Al'hington: Fairfield v. Fairfield Juniors; Heidelberg v. Ivanhoe; Greensborough, a bye. May 16.-Diamond Creek v. Fairfield; Fairfield Juniors v. Alphington; Greens borough v. Heidelberg; Ivali'ru, a bye. May 23.-Alphington v. Ivanhoe; Greens borough v. Dlamond Creek; Heidelberg o,_. ?aiy 3o.-Diimnpni ~dk v. Heidelberg; FI'irfield v. Greensborough;. Ivanhde . Fairfield Juniors; Alphington,' byi," June 6;-Greensborough V. Alphington; Fairfield v. Ivanhoe; Heidelberg v. Fair. field Juniors; Diamond Creek, a bye. June 13.-Alphington y. Heidelberg; Ivanhoe v. Diamond Creek; Fairfield Jun. iors v. Greensborough; Fairfield, a bye. Second Round.. June 20.-Fairfeld v. Alphington Greensborough v. Ivanhoe; Diamond Creek V.'F airfieI niors; Hei...