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Fete at St. James', Ivanhoe. A VERY SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
Fete at St. James', Ivanhoe. A VERY SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. Fetes and bazaars organised for .ny other purpose than a patriotic one, wh l not doomed to failure, as would hcve beaen the case earlier in the war, do not, as a rule, enlist the same general supFort that they did previous to the war. In the circumstances, therefore, those who hlave been so energetic in getting utip the fete held in St. James' Hall, Ivanhoe, on Friday and Saturday last ought to feel particularly pleased and satisfied at the result. That gross proceeds, totall ing over £190, should have been re ceived, exceeded the most sanguine expec tations formed when,with some misgiving, the fete was mooted. It may justly be regarded as a speaking tribute to the es teem in which the Rev Mr Buckley is held on the eve of his departure to serve at the front. It proved, too, that the church is a united and active organiza tion, which may also be largely attribut ed to Mr Buckley's faithful and devoted ministrations. So substantia...
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
BOWLS. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO. CIATION. Notes by " Sir Francis." The A team of the association have been performing by proxy of late, and have experienced two severe drubbings at the hands of North Fitzroy and City (West Malvern) respectively. the only thing that can be mentioned with any degree of satisfaction is that they are getting experience. I really did think they would have made a decent defence last Saturday, but with the exception of Bryant's rink they all failed badly. Scores : City, 115. Ward, Craig, H. Mead, Martin ... 26 Fraser, Cheetham, Stewart, Davi ... 31 W. Dott, George, Molony, Cooper d., 36 James, Drake, Fidler, McPhee ... 22 Ivanhoe, 68. King,F. Walker, Rendle, A. Walker 15 Stone, Holt, Sharwood, Oakes ... 12 Baird, Kellock, Sloan, Barstow .. 15 H. Burrell, Prescott, Shaw, Bryant... 26
TEMPLESTOWE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
TEMPLESTOWT, RIFLE CLUB3:.! Al general nmceting was held on Satur day eveniug, Decembet. 16, ait 'whicek there was a fair attehdanie. ;::The tret - surer's-statement: shoied thaitthe inconiic for the-past year was £89/11/3,1includ ing a- giant from: the-:Dufene:Depairt ment of £5414/b6, and- the e:eiediture £81/7/5. Tlhe club hias now. a miemliber ship of :4, and:- sev?al 'O: the meinbdtis are shosing:cry fui fori? withi thel: rifle.: On Cu? -Daythe club d.as at' ho~d: to :Fairfielda''nid ver;cy enjovalble after noon w?is speint:i resulting" i "a win for the visitors. he seertaitry would be pleased to liea fromrf otlid;ultbs in the districet who iiobutld care to have aniafte: noon a.: Temp'lestowe.. i:It.i was repoi tedl .thait one 6of .:the l'liidub. miembers (.iMr A. Cainteri) had egli:isted, ni;.? oiuld alsho?tly leave for the floti:,f?andl it:ia desdeiad to mak?e hlim af?resentationi .The cuiilb will holdi lia hdica?ci p toiinameiitio -Decem cer i30, 1 i fhnit is eq ee tedi'ilth...
SCHOOL CONCERTS. FAIRFIELD STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
PA I; IIELD- STATE S:: CHOO:L.:: SI'ihc succdssful concert given by the clil dren three weeks ago was repeated on Mloit day. Cveniiig ~to..a good audience, and.the 'follo6,ing programme was gone througn :- Song, " Caller O'i'l, 8t1h grade girls ;actioii s6ng, "' Stbckiing M?eding," 2nd grade Sgirls; girls' .physical drill; recitatiou;' IHlow Old MloseeoUnts Eggs," Miss 3. Burirows; Russian dance, 7th and 8th grado girlsi song, '. T1p long, long Trail," Miss Violct Lc0e;' bos' plvsicl drill; dance, Junioi: Folk (old English), junior school; son, " CGollwogs, ' 4th grade girls; action sonlg, "The tall top hats," 7th grade boys; drilli Girls'.]lunoin Drill, 5th gr'de girls soiug. " Flower.3Bells,". 0th and 7th grade girls. The socodijd ipart consistsd of tho spectaoul r crowning:of ;the Flower nQueen (Miss Gracie Skidm6tc).o.All the childiecn did trenarkably •roll, aud relletcd hlie. greiitost ceedit on. their t.eclhors. iiss Doyle wits respocisible for the trl'ainlilg of the sesllio p...
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
:HOI'T.ICULTUMUL IL SOtIETY''ir-" '. The monttly nmeeting isas heli n i thc Ivanhoc H-all 6n loloidiy oy earin -Mr Amos being;in the ~cair. i Th r iicei.r about 30 meibeilres preset Apologeie for absence s iere receiver] frant Mssi Wrallis and Br:?ant; Ailett?rc , as read from the,Shire iCoincil, statihng thaiti't was understoo;bd bylthe ridingif~eiubers that the Kitehleern reserve nis old be kept, idnorderb fid'e codunficil :.ie' chiir man statcd that the autumn shiows would be held on0Alpiiil lil: A nul' binler of qines. tions ei's hrsked r iti refeireice to pinuii iug, diseise n ?i??pricots, 'rnd otlher Sub-: Iectslwhicih eaused ·interesting discussion. Messrs S: Jaeson a inni ;d ?;. 07 M?a7ts wei?Oe elected i fes iueibsrs.- Tlie follow ing: is :lte riesuit bof tire competitionsI ,ressrs Merz anild Louighhind .clitng as: iudges: 'Out flowers : .Mr ;-3boaso.:- 238 points; }?r Anos 19, Mli Ras?i]n ] .1, Mr Freedniman 10, Mr Ira.nklarird 8. R?os: complettiiohs, ophei: classI M.r os?...
Councillors Dine Together. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
CosunciI~ors Dita Ttogethar. Thle business of the council meeting being ovet early on Tuesday, the coun cillors an( shire olfficials acceptedl the nvitation of the president (Cr. Keain) to dine with him at Si: lenry Darkly Hlo tel, Heidelberg. After full justice' hadl .been done to a subslantia' . epast,- the toast oE'" The King" wias 'loiored, and the president th anked th4e kompuany fdor joining him, expressiig th i:lihope tha~t ncxst year the w ar. wouldbib overi and sirenuistasces ould ciiable thelm. to have a pleasant and socfiable evening such as wais cus tnomiry before the war. Cr White proposed " The Shire Presi dent," ad tre ed the work that had been accomplished. They had a good staff, and the secretary was second to nione in the State. Thie engineer and staff were doing good work, iand councillors slhould do their best in the intei'csts of the -rate payers, aid not themselves. Cr 'White has been a councillor for forty years, and at one tiie iPvas a memlbeor of three shire...
FAIRFIELD THEATRE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
FAIRFIn LD TEiATRE PICTURES. Ilhe ae's no occasion to ~o beyond Fairfielitfoi good: piictures.' said a: isi toi:s? li;e clme oun'o? fo thE l'.Parl.Ehea;idti onSatird;, ifgi; i?? flf6 aftesr: .seeiniig a splen did.shl oto~:anials, froih lfighlladiidat. tie to tle great ir'iretyi of deer and otlher animals /to be sen in Canada ''hlere irvais also t?ie lnorel sciceenl, "Still alTer.,' sliOWli ;Ioiaict, Sceniery andh·ipiiicss, iif! i hii :idis aiMrguerite iOlairk ties the leadii ".pit To ;. n ightilig . ?he PMinain brolier" sill be: rpetddd by sp iil i.e. quest, siid 1e prograid, niie'?ill- Isi in elindtthe ldr,:i ,a " The -lsd.is" *;" ,iid the iinteresting serial f Greed.: "On :Detem be 30 " Thei olli? "oc Charlie .Chaplin) aiid: Sinob' (-hiinnio Faddenl will Assist in miaking a god year-end enter taicientcff
A POINT OF ORDER. CR. MAY'S MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
A POINT OF ORDER. CR. MAY'S MOTION. At tie '-last council meeting at iHeidelbeig, Cr. May proposed the following noqtice of motion standing ;in''hi. niname:. (a).. .That in .'view of the'evidient :lack. ,f confidence felt i-by'the ritepiayers and the council in :ithePublic W.orks Cominittee, as at present constituted, and its apparent :irinbility t ,;cater for the needs of the shire, it be'and hereby is-dissolved; (2) That? ,the Publie Works Com mittee shill in-future consist of the wliole of the members of the coun At present the Public Works Cor mittee consists'of Crs White (Greens bor6ough), Coate (Fairfield), Ball (Ivanhoe), and Rank (Heidelberg), who were elected in September last. Or May commeniced to outline the reasons- which: had brought about his notice of motion. :.Cr Ball rose to a point of order, p:ointi;ng uiittthat the other motion, coinstituting.tife committee, had not been rescinded. He further stated thaftthlieords in the notice of mo tibn vere offensive. He asked ...
IVANHOE BAPTISTS v. BUCKEYE HARVESTER CO. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
IVANHOE BAPTISTS v. BUCKEYE HARVESTER CO. The above match was played at Ivan hoe on Saturday last, resulting in a win for the home team by one wicket and 27 runs. The scores were: Harvester Co., 8 wickets for 37 runs; Ivanhoe Baptists, 7 wickets for 64. Albiston 21, Lauther 10 (not out), and N. Matthews 10, batted best for the Baptists. Scores: Buckeye Harvester Co.-Honeybone, b Lauther, 2; McDonald, b Matthews, 2; Planner, retired, iS: Rice, b Lauther. 0; Rendall, c Albiston, 1; Sumpton, c Matthews, 3; J. Chappel, Lavender, 3 ; T. Chappel, b Lavender, 1 ; Orr, not out, 0; Bury, not out, 0; Hughes, b Mlatthews, 1; sundries, 6; total, 37. Bowling-Matthews 3 for 17, Lauther 2 for 5, Albiston 1 for 1, Lavender 2 for 8. Ivanhoe i3aptists-Lauther, retired, l0; R. Matthews, c Honeybone, 0 ; Albiston, run out, 21; Townsend, b Suiupton, 0; N. Matthews, b Rice, 10; Lavender, b Planner, 5 ; Robinson, not out, 5 ; Cotll son, b Planuar, 1 ; Green, b Planncr, 0i Alaud, not out, 0; V. Maktthews, ...
OLD HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
OLD IfErIDJEjiE RG. At theal.niiniuild dilineF of tlib slhire coun cillorsonii Tuediy eveing,; rfccrenice 1as ,ridi?dto' tdiio histokical. facts aliboit' tlhe cai'lyile5s of L[cidelberg whichliiad beeli •siuplie? d to co'uncillois by:the0 sliire *sci retarj (Mr,,J. '., Price)..'This -olier ha iis bhe'r associated with th e-~ou ncili for .27 yeair, and rcce'?tly: ciame iuto?posses sibfi of p:anuscriptsai ndl papers that had beeni l-ost for fity years, anid nio .one .seemed: toql kho) of their existence. ."'Tho Jo.eiwasi exipr essed by 'couini-illors ihit. Mir Price wouldc pniji l a history of: e idclberg,'as )manya initeresting einci dents hlappipieid in the early days 1Mr PiiPio'ihtinuiitcd lthat hi\e would ''ry .aid: coid ply: with their rreqest nc?aiyeaour.:"r ::
HEIDELBERG STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
\'. * IElktDU3L3 a STdTE- scviid.o ,"ii .' .rcii?.? ici' -o'i asl';in i e'd-, Srsl Ioi g. -nirii on -"d ',,u.i ,lythe 'f i'io' . : ra i' ii -e1ciaivo l1i 0 ori iiiiin o iiil lOu~kied WIicry SWL^tii WLITiv di. )anish ring gine, anlld Rose Fairy. Khaki Lnd blue, grades III. iid IV.; John and Co,, senior grades : folk mdances, grade II. beautifnl flowers, grades Ill, and IV. ;I Peter Pan, gradcs ILI. andl ?.; physical drill, senior girls : .lPaddy Blake, seniors; flower Iells, senior girls; pumplkin band, senior boys, and the last itema was an effec tive patriotic pagea:nt. All the items called for a good deal of acting and singing, alnd the efforts of thl children were bothl inter esting and amusing. " L'eter Pan" was a pretty little fairy story,- being a local com p)sition, the words by Mrs Kent~ and MIiss Mills, :and the music by Miss Molyncux, who rwe to be complimented on the result? aliss Joiner trained the senior girls, who were particularly good in the physical drill, while the...
CRICKET. ALPHINGTON v. RICHMOND RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
SCRICKET. ALPHINGTON v. RICHMOND RAMBLERS. A nuatch was played'atAlphii; toua m 8aturday'1last; resulting in a win for the I local team by 100 to 24. The feature or the match was the performance by H. Burrows, who took seven wickets for 8 runs, and the quality of the batting can be gauged by the fact that so good a bowler as C. Naismith could do no better than 0 for 14. II. Burrows has also been quite successful with the bat this year, his average to date being 21.50, which brings this player into the class of "evergreen," and the wish of all who meet him in the field is that he may con Linue so. Scores : Alphingtori. - C. Naismith, retired, 20 WV. Pitcher, b Young, 11; B.Biddus ctmbe, b Barry, Il; Munro, b Barry, 3; R. Barnes, b Barry, ; L. Knuowles, c, b Barry, 0; McDougall, b Barry, 5 ; G. Pitcher, not out, 16; U. Tresize, not out, 14; sundries, 3 ; total for 7 wickets, 100. Bowling-Barry 5 for 24, Young 1 for 2 6. Richmond Rllamblers.-A. Temple, c, b Burrows. 0; G. Matthews, c, ...
CROQUET. IVANHOE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
IVANHO iE (3[J Foe th pest thic weekfs fl1 the iikliatcs li-he b?ei PL;Lf itili the r.iii ;rsild hlive~l iobt beenii so p!icsanl;t. :notpivihs?,tnidiiog thiS :lhed Btcimi: i sso doie very weli--inich Iolbe ter tliiit they eiApcceted The ima itch-a iilst C?anterbury, -p!lyed on Inh o ifcal greei, wvas :losftthiree g: mesount of fowl. Th: mnatch :~iinist GlofferriC Hill; pliyd 0on theiie grein, was san by I anhbe-?-2 gnesmott of , winuning by J2 points. This was aw grcest victor,' as Gleiferrie had'fi not los.t miteh thisecaisoin. Last weeke I:iiahoe played the retiisn.sini Ito against ELst COsinberwell, and waho three out of fonir, so that tfi hisle vo0ti -beth iiatcihes ?ag;iiilst this club.. Thiis weelf tl.i os t foi·in gaines: ftolste?rnwiik:. No ?s?ina.,iatfe?ele. v:illitbe Iyd ai ii ebru "y. T.Tlie s'. ,i jsiL.vd inotli-.:n vr-y seessfu. l ; tIlmu hisif i.lisi.ri?fr st` e;er in inttchS .es,i( so he; isle iiedtioig 'v-"et,,in tes,, t ii: i veiff ha s great mdtihlo t iii iid they ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
Or. CEDRIC ROCHE, ** "WURROOK." IVANHOE. Hears : 9. to 10 a.u., 1 to 2.30 p.m., 6 to 7.30 p.m. ;::"Satilrdays and Cun ays, 9 to 10 alm. V.i;: Vaccination-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m. Visits FAIRFIELD ,daily 11 a.m. .".(Sundays excepted). Messages may be ' left at Mr. McGregor's, next to Mr. Marsh's, Station-street. .1 ..) u L LA . s, iN OF HEIDELBERG, VISITS Eltham--Tuesdays, 12 noon. Greensborough-Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m. Diamond Creek-Fridays, 3 p.m. DR. WM. LOWE W lSHES to intimate to the residents : of Heidelberg anl district that he has taken over Dr. King's practice, and is now pre pared for morning and evening- consulta S-tions at his residence (formerly occupied by Dr. King). Private Hospital (Registered). ." KIA ORA," HEIDELBERG-ROAD, IVANHOE-Close Station. Patients _accommodated before and ..aiter acoouchemefit.- -Every -comnfort and skilled attention. Fees- MIoderatc. Visiting cases attended. NURSE JACKSON S (Certificated). "WYNSTAY" Private Hospital and Rest Home, W AVERLEY AVENUE. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough, Eltham and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 23 December 1916
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