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Bowling Fixtures. SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
Bowling Fixtures. -4--t- SEASON'S FIXTURES. Sub-joined is the list of matches for the season of the Ivanhoe Recreation Association's two teams entered in the -V T' " 4-rink.and ",C'?-3"-r~nb. e~nmpt..- tlons respectively:- January 10.-B, Kew, at Kew; C, ThotnJur', at Thornbury. ' 'january lt.?B,~ .Xrmadaile, at? Arm?,. dale; C', Fairfield, at Ivanhoe, January 24.-4-rink, Northeoto, at Ivanhoe. * January 31.-B, Richmond Union, at Richmond; C, Alma, at Ivanhoe. February 7.-B, Hawthorn, at Ivan hoe; C, North Fitzroy, at North Fitz roy. February-14.--B, North Fitzroy B, at Ivanhoe. .* Signifies bye matches. Jika Jika shield games will also be ?thyed on March 14, 21, and 28, and April 4, 11, 18, and 25.
GREENSBOROUGH. PROGRESS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
"GREENSBOROUGH. PROGRESS SOCIETY. (From Our Correspondent.) The usual monthly meeting was held. on Saturday night last, when there was a large attendance. SANITARY DEPOT. Considerable interest was mani fested in the matter of the Council's ac iotn in establishing a public night soil depot in the Mont Park Asylum grounds. Several speakers voiced the opinion that the Council had acted arbitarilly and with an utter disregard to the convenience and interest of the end of the shire. rhe Secretary (Mr D. Medhurst) reported having written to Dr. Jones, chief medical officer for insane, request ing that a deputation of the council lors for the Greensborough Riding and others vitally interested be re ceived by that gentleman, with a view to pointing out from a sanitary and other standpoints the inadvisa bility of establishing the depot. The reply was read, and consider able astonishment expressed at the tone of the memo. It was freely commented that the whole reply might be regarded as a bit...
PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
PITH AND POINT. Swimming matches at Fairfield this afternoon. All our surplus summer stocks must be .cleared.-?lattam and HIattam, dra pers, HIigh-street, Northcote." A start was this week made with the building of a new picture theatre in Station.u-street, Fairfield, next to Mr J. Gralham's business establishmeit. All persons who owned land at De comber 31, 1913, of a total unimproved value exceeding £250 are liable to pay State land tax for tihe current year 1914. No general returns are, however, re. quired to be furnished to the commis sioner of taxes, who will make his as sessments upon his official records, but notices of change of ownership must be given by vendors and purchasers of land. Tenders, returnable at four o'clock on 'Thursday next, are invited by the Shire of H[eidelborg for re-grading Adamson's Hill, Yan Yean-road, Greensborough Riding. Musically-inclined gentlemen desirous of joining the Fairfield Anglers' Club Glee Party are invited to attend a meet ing at the cl...
Publications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
Publications Received. Perhaps the most interesting feature of the January "Life," which is just to hand, is a photograph and an explanation . of tho oi-igiii of :ue ~piti~ph which- aas written for the memorial. cross to Cap tain Scott and his fellow heroes. Other interesting articles in this excellent num ber are--The Greatest Business on Earth, in which Frederick Palmer, the war correspondent, tells how science has robbed war of its romance; Mfr Carlyle Smythe's description of Miax O'Rell and his Australian tour; Jack London's great serial; and a stirring story by Rex Beach, one of a series of which " Life" has secured the Alustralian rights. Once more we gladly advise all readers who wish to keep abreast of the times to get this issue of "Life." With the summer at its height the metropolition newspapers are, as usual, discussing very fiercely the question of mixed bathing. Views on both sides are expressed by scores of correspondents, and "Everylady's Journal" has been to the tro...
DROWNING TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
I*DROWNING TRAGEDY. Miss MLuricl May Hunter, aged 23, of Middle Park, who with M?r William Seabrook wer6 the two victims in t~he shocking drowning fatality which occur red at Point Lonsdale on Saturday last, was a niece of Mr R. I. Barnes, of Park View-road, Alphingtou. The ut most sympathy has been extended to the relatives in the direful etfects of the calamity. Another of the admirable euntertain ments organised by the Children's En tcrtainment Committee at ; HJeidelberg was given in the Austin Hospital grounds on Saturday evening, 20th December. There on a specially constructed large stage, illuminated by two powerful Gloria lights lent by iMr Zimmerman, young girls, sturdy youths, buxom young women, and the athletes of the MIel bourne Deutscher Turn Vcrein, gave a number of exercises and marches, which might more justly be described as bal lets. Perhaps the most successful turn was that of the Amazons given by the Turn rcrcin ladies, garbed in pink with brilliantly shining armo...
HORSE RACING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
HORSE RACING iMATC1H. Considerable interest, and a good deal of amusement, was created at Heidelbcrg early one morning this week, when a challenge match took place between two local rivals on the horse racing tracks. Upwards of 50 enthusiasts were present to witness the contest, which was for a side wager. The event was won rather easily by Dawson's Bombardier, whose opponent was Creamy Kate, which fre quently raced at Yarra Glen. The win ner was ridden by J. Doherty, formerly of Queensland, whilst J. Robinson, late of New South Wales, piloted the loser. Mr T. Heffernan acted as starter, and Mr H. Stiles judge.
THE ELEPHANT'S SPRING CLEANING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
.TIHE ELEPHANT'S SPRING .CLEANING: :-. :Tamc clcplihantsi ruc said tire:. qutc:'e. reul;grspring c;lean nih.aidi -?tifs i'an e~'pengsve process :ilThe dIr ephnt's b8th tah iLoes iwck to carry out in every ;cde iilh requi::r es tlhi? services of':r thecme:i?nd it Losts £60. The fiiSt process con sists in going o~e-ie the inm ?ense bo'l. i iith the best soap piaci ?-blec .o. of s:i iS u-sed l Tthe clpthirars ears are especiildI. caric lul y I~ttended; to. W: hen th eso:ap -n0- and d"rying are compiieed thei ;lIpphaint is well sandpapered* -nd, After. that, rubbed all over wiit:h the purest Indian oil, till the o::u. ' se' grey skin is suiple and glistieningo".
GOOD ANGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
GOOD ANGLING. Some remarkably good hauls of fish were made during the holidays at "War raudyte and Heidelberg. *At the former place a visitor from Melbourne landed from the Yarra in the vicinity Murray cods weighing respectively Olbs., 12.lbs., and 15lbs. E. Clare, a member of the Heidelberg Anglers' Club, had some very successful catches during the as t week adjacent to the Templestowe bridge, accounting for two finny speciniens of 141b and 181b., whilst a member of the Abbotsford club also secured at Heidel berg three cods turning the scale at 16.lb., 3,lb., and 4lb.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
Robson & Downie House, Land,& insurance Agents, Corner Gillies Street~ and?Riway Placo'e (Opposite Railway Station) FAIRFIELD. Lilf at F r a tt. Larrrge !r· 'pages· .or~~~d a ls Stll D~erpoit. R'ut e:i .. Buildia .-;Io' tun t. For.ale O -!I ,r tea hnn y Auc:tion .I's :+rulc' i ha; aiyfprt of t o Iii. · " THE NEWS "' AGENCIESr . Can be obtainea froni any oPethe fol lowing authorisedl agaeits: i;:-:: RHEIDE.BE.RG.-Mr. G. Sheffield. IVANHOE.-Messrs. .R. Eades & Co. • FAIRFIELD.-Mrs. r. C0. Stevens. ALPHINGTON.-Mr. F. Grenness. GREENSBOROUG.F-Mr. Starling. DIAMOND CRrEEK.-Messrs. Paul 8 James. SELTHAM.-Mr. W. B. Andrew. STEMPLESTOWE.-Mr. J. R. Hunter. Y ; , , , , ·: I HATTTAM'SI; SUMMER SALE STARTS TO-DAY, Saturday, roth Jan. S:: : ~And Continues throughout the Month.· 3 - All our Surplus Summer Stock must be cleared. US3 i. .. ", - .: . : -. -.-.. " ii;¢ -].: r . .. • . ..... :: ,.-.· .:~ :;:-; ... jj- - LADIES--Don't Miss these Big Money-Saing Oppor tunities in...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
OBITUARY., The death occurred at Kynotou on Wednesday of last week of Dr. Hugh R?ennie Duncan, formerly of Greensbor ough, at the early age of 31 years. His remains, enclosed in a silver-mounted polished oak coilin, were brought to the residence of his father-in-law, M'r L. Amiet, at Greensboro;tgh, and'intoi'red in the Presbyterian portion of the local cemetery on Friday last, the Rev Gar side officiating at the graveside. The pall-bearers were Dr. McFarlane, super intendent; of the Receiving Home, Dr. Groves, of Kyneton, Mr Poutley, engi neer of Sunbinry Asylum, and Messrs Rennick, J. Mitchell, l'artington, Ely, and Bullen. The firm of Messrs W. G. Aps and Son, of Heidelberg, carried out ho funoral' arrangements,
JAPANESE MILLIONAIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
JAPANESE MILLIONAIRES The richest family in jhuIan is:: devoted to finance. and .commcrce.. The Mitsuris--for suoh id: the: fuimilv. name-are known afs: the- ROtlis: childs of Japan? :and thleir wealth is valued at a milliard 'and a quar rer francs, ori:, nn:lxEnlnshl mtiey iaboit 5 o,oo0o,o0o0o I'he. Mitsuris aire bhinkers with iheadquarter at I okioi Cohnected with the bank is I l:irge .shipping interiest. Ihe afmily is said t b;e much interest.d lI n aviation', :i!i w(vere amoi cr te, pioneers in the costsruction o1 aero lar es
A SHORT STORY. (IN FOUR PARTS.) (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 10 January 1914
A SHORT STORY. &nbsp; &nbsp; (IN FOUR PARTS.) &nbsp; (All Rights Reserved.) PARTED. BY ROSETTA GRACE SPEAR- ING. &nbsp; &nbsp; Author of "A Woman's Crimes," "Clarissa's Revenge," "My Dead- ly Foe," &c. PART I. As Edgar Huntington was driv- ing homeward one evening he sud- denly discovered a girlish form ly- ing in a senseless heap by the road- side. Reining up his horse, he alighted from the gig, and ap- proached her. &nbsp; For several minutes he waited for some signs of returning con- sciousness, and then commenced to &nbsp; chafe her cold and almost lifeless hands. At length a pair of violet &nbsp; eyes were uplifted to his, and an &nbsp; almost inarticulate voice murmured: "Where am I?" Still continuing his efforts to in- fuse fresh life into the shapely hands that were so deathly white, Hun- tington replied: "You are quite safe — have no fear." "Ah, yes. I remember now." Though uttered in a musical ...
IVANHOE B v. SILVER STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
IVANHOE B v. SILVER STAR. Won by Ivanhoe by 69 runs on the first innings. Thompson with 34, Skeadc 35, and Ladner 4 wickets for 8 runs were the best performers. SILVER STAR C.C. First Innings ... ... 53 Bowling-M?cDonald, 5 for 34 i W. Ladner, 4 for 8. IVANHOE B:, .. .' R. Scott, b Turna?. , i,;. 21 J. Barry, b Coxon o .;, ..,6 O. Holt, b Harper... . 0, .1. McKeown, run out .1 :'3 . Thompson, stumped ,, ...,-894 W Ladner, b C;oao, 6:.'.::. Skead, b'Co'on . . 35 J. McDonald, lbw, b Miln--i.n .:7 A. Williams, b Long . MoDofald, b Mili4 W:. Lawton. not out:.. ... SSundries .... ?.?. Total ... .12 'To day Ivanhoe B play a one day's match with the YM.C.A . 7
IVANHOE A v. SOUTH MELB. CLUB XI. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
I4ANHOE A v. SOUTH IELB. CLUB XI. Woii by Ivanhoe with?- i23 runs to spare. A. Mann put together 79, including six 4's, and captured 6 wickets for 46 runs, SOUTH MELDOUpHL First Inninga ... ..-Yo .?riung--E?. Ashby, f or1 2,f; A. M?anu, 6 for 46.. IVANHOE A.' 2 Gi Blair, o and b Davios.i ., .19 A. Fox, o b Davies ... 2 A. Manns e sub, b Ward. - 7 -. dA?hblty, b "rials ... , W. Bryant, c, b Davies ... i G. Baird, b Davies .;:, ;..,3. - Ar. Fooi, e, b Bamford ..20: A. Graham, lbw, b Ward 9,. ; 72" : R. Elder, c, b Woolfe ,. 0 .P? Orosbie, not out ... - .. 'G. Fox, st, b Ward .., - 1 6 Sundries .,- :. 15 o.taS " , ,...225 The Ivanhoe A XI. commence a two days' match with the Heidel berg team this afternoon.
ALPHINGTON MUTUALS v. MISSION CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
ALPHINGTON MUTUALS v. MISSION CLUB. These teams commenced a two days' match last Saturday, which:vill be finished to-day; Scores : ALPHINiroI2T MUTUASs. - S-3. Saloway, run out .... . 0 T. Hiscock, b Hunt ... :...2:? T. Trevena, c, b Hunt ..??. 23: •Rev Rowse, c, b Wright .. ..:. 4 C. Hollow, b Hunt .. - . 4 C. Hamilton, b Hunt.. :.. O - :0 : H. Lee, b Hunt? H. Grenness, e, b Hunt : 4'C:::.I S. IHamilton, not ?,.@. : '4 -- D. ~P,?,, ? ]?ii~ti?.· £: :-· 1·:?i?,•:: s : Ncwham, run ou. 2 Sundries 3 Total . - . : ni.:.dsay, , b O. Hamiltn: :. . Pinkn?ey, c, b Newham . 0 Di::Dtistan, c, bC Hamilton - .(.". ..Layfield, b Newham... - , S.-Pinkney, b 0. Hamilton .. 0 M. Quirk c, , b Hamilton ..,: 23 •.' Hlunt,b Hiscock ., ,,i Total for Y wickets : ... 61 B-owling--0. Hamilton, 3 for 18; A. Ncwham, 2 for 32; T. Hiscock,l foir 9; S. Hamilton, 1 for 2.
ALPHINGTON v. ESSENDON RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
ALPHINGTON v. ESSENDON RAMBLERS. A two days' match was started on Saturday last at the Alphington Re serve between the above clubs, the scores being : ESSENDON R1IAMLEaS, Lindell, c, b Tiedgen... .. 2 MceNicholl, b Whitcher ... 1I SSkelhon, b Tiedgen . . , 11 Indehope; b Buriqows... O'Brien, b Tiedgen ... .. 4 Dodgshun, c, b Studley i.. 19 Conroy b Whitcher... ... Hayes, st, b Whitcher .~ i, SAnquital, not out ... .- 1i Sundries . ... Total . ..: 96 Bowling-- urrows, " for 28: Tied gen, 3 for 35 Curline, 0 for 8 i Wlit cher, 3 for 13; Studley, 1 for 8.: ALPIHIXGT9.?" ,-. :Birrows, not o?t ., . 3" Dunn, b Lindell .. .. W. Pitcher, b Dodgshun ,; 24 Levcns, not out .,, ,, 1 Sundries .. 1. 1 Total for 2 wickets .Go. 6
TRAMWAY EXTENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
TRAMWAY EXTENSIONS. In dealing with the proposed electric tramway extension to Northcote and Preston, a contributor on the subject in the "Leader" writes regarding this dis trict's phase of the scheme, as follows: -" Later on when the lines enumerated were found to be payable enterprises, it might be necessary to construct a line -from High-street along Mitchell-street or Bastings-street to Station-street, Fairfield, and to secure the co-operation .f Heidelberg in the construction of a line from the Fairfield railway station along Station-street to Darcbin-street, which would allow all resident of tlhe east to use the Fairfield line hlez tray oielling to the city."
CRICKET. HEIDELBERG v BALACLAVA ROVERS [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 17 January 1914
CRICKET. HEIDELBLERG BALACL\AVA ROVER.>. The above match was concluded last Saturday, Balaclava scoring 93 runis. Heidelberg. in their second attempt, lost 6 wickets for 44, thus winning by 44 runs on the first inn ings. At the conclusion of the match, L. Kelso was presented with a new hat by the players, in recognitidn of him having performed the "' hat trick" two weeks previously. Scores: IHEIDELBERE. First Innings ... ..137 -3ALACLAA4 hOVERS. First Innings. Allen, lbw, b W. Bond -... 27 Kelleher, b Bond ... ... 20 Sloane, st, b Kelso ... 12 Adamson, c, b Bond ... % ..: 8 Graham, c, b Bond ... -;''.?..: 1 Langton, b LKelso- 1 Stewart, c, b Kelso .. .(;.- -2:. Smith, c, b Bond ... 8. Cooper, not out .. ... 1 Mooro, e, b Xelso .. .. o Mawson, b Bond ,0 ... Sundries ... ... .13 Total ... :-:. ... 93 Bowling-L. May, 0 for 19; L. Kelso, 4 for 30;. W. Bond, 6 for 19; A. John ston, 0 for 8. Heidelberg play Ivanhoe to-day at .Ivanhoe, and not at Heidelberg as originally arranged.