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The War OAKLEIGH PATRIOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 October 1914
'The War OAKL.EIGH PATRIOTISM. Mrs Knulght and Mrs Birch, as sisted by the Mayoress (Mrs An drew) and Mts Fitzpatrick, have collected ,111 to date. A great unumbcr of useful garments have been sent in for our soldiers' use, also comforts to Federal Govern ment Hous' for The Red Cross. Work may be obtained at Mrs Blackburn's n:ornings and even ings. Great interest has been taken aid :ood work d(one by the women of Oakleigh. The secre tary is now asking the residents of Oakleigh fcr a pillow slip or a towel for our soldiers' use to be left at the residence of Mrs Birch, At - !11 nQU street.
Obituary. THE LATE MRS MORRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 October 1914
Ubituary. THE LATE MRS MORRISON. We record with deep regret the death of Mris Andrew A. Morrison, which occurred on the 16th inst. at her residence, "Aberfeldie," after. a brief illness. The deceased lady was born at Swindon, En gland, in 1849 and came . to Aus tralia in 1857. For some time she was in the' Education Department as teacher 'at Rosedale, Gippsland, and at Collingwvood. In 1870 she was married to Mr Morrison by the late Rev Adam Cairnms (Presby terian Church, East Melbourne) and for some 16 years resided with her husband and family at Ballarat and Bendigo, coming to Oakleigh in 1886. Possessed of a bright, cheery disposition, her married life was a most happy one. But while looking well to the ways of her household, she found time for the exercise of whole-hearted endeav our for the betterment of others, throwing herself with characteristic ardour into charitable and church work and, in fact, anything tending to the progress of Oakleigh. That was begun at the time when ...
OAKLEIGH B v. GLEN HUNTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
OAKLEIGH 3 v. GLEN HUNTLY. This match was concluded on. Saturday last, and resulted in a win for ýle home team by 8 wickets. Scores: - Oakleigh. First Innings .. 85 2nd Innings. McCarron, run out .. 7 Webb, c, b Dowding .. 14 Parr, c, b Lcc .. 0 J. Insall, c, b Dowding 0, Pollard, run out .. 17 S. Insall, c, b Wilson .. 4 Mason, c, b Wilson .. 10 Atkins, b Wilson .. 3 Wearne, c, b Neville .. 10 Scamark, not out .. 4 Sundries 4. Total 69 Glen Huntly Field, c, b Seamark .. 6 Dowding, ruf out ... 31 Jones, c, b Seamark .. 3 Lee, b McCarron .. 14 Hogan, b Mason .. 18 Lain, b Mason .. 5 Phillips, c, b Mason . 10 C. Hogan, b Mason ... 12 Watson, st. Seamark .. 9 Neville, c, b Seamark .. 15 Hansen, not out .. 1 Sundries 12 Total 136 Bowling-McCarron, 1 for 22; Seamark, 4 for 56; S. Insall, 0 for 12; Haines, 0 for 4; Mason, 4 for 28; J. Insall, 1 for 2 2nd innings. Neville, b Parr .. 2 Wilson, b Parr ... 3 Lane, not out ... 9 Fielder, not out .. 5 Total, 2 for .19, Bowling-Parr, 2 for 7; We...
DANDENONG METHODISTS v. OAKLEIGH E. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
DANDENONG- METHIDISTS v. OAKLEIGH E. This match was contiuued at Dandenong on Saturday last, re sulting in an easy win for Oak leigh by 9 wickets. Oakleigh scored 120 in their first inmings and lost 1 for 57 in their second. Dandenong 90 and 34. Scores: Oakleigh-Ist Innings. Young, b Jordan .. 1 Andrews, b Jordan .. 7 Davidson, c, b Turner.. 35 Gough, c, b Turner .. 12 Mitchell, b Turner .. 12 Wearne, b McDonaId .. 0 Clayton, l.b.w, b McDonald 2 Loach, c, b Tarner .. 7 Reid, c, b Turner .. 0 Raymant, not out .. 22 Poole, b Turner .. 9 Sundries 13 Total 120 2nd Innings. Andrews, b Newvsome 24 Mitchell, not out ... 30 Davidson, not out .. Sundries 1 Total, 1 for 57 Dandenong 1st Innings .. 90 2nd Innings. Buckley, c, b Davidson 4 Renfree, c, b Davidson 2 Turner, not out ... 50 Wilson, b Davidson .. 3 McDonald, b Andrews... 0 Jordan, absent .. 0 Newsome, b Davidson.. 5 Tucker, b Andrews 2 H Turner, b Andrews .. 9 McCarthy, b Raymant.. 4 Purdy, run out . 2 Sundries 3 Total 84
Cricket. OAKLEIGH A v. ST GEORGE'S [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
Cricket. OAKLEIGH A v. ST GEORG-'S This match was concluded ar Central Park last Saturday and re suited in a win for St George's by 10 wickets. For Oakleigh-Lee, Green, and Alder batted well in both innings. For St. George's Baxter scored 138 not out and Also bowled well. Scores: Oakleigh First Innings .. 120 2nd Innings. Lee, c Baxter, b Hall .. 40 Green, c Baxter, b Hall 38 Tait, b Brooks .. 6 Looker, b Rice .. 10 Alder, std Chandler, b Hall 27 Palmer, c Wright, b Baxt I McGill, b Baxter .. 1 West. l.b.w., b Rice .. 3 Cooper, c McCallum, b Baxter .. Ince, b Baxter .. Bindley, not out .. 2 Sundries 5 Total 136 BRwliniu-Baxter, 4 for 3; Hall, 4 for 55; Rice, ? for 34 St George's. First Innings. Hall, c McGill, b West 62 McCallnm, b Bindley .. 6. Brooks, b McGill ... 1 Chandler, b McGill .. 0 Baxter, not out .. 138 Lievesley, b Palmer ... 1 Wright, not out .. 22 Sundries -12 Total 6innings closed) 5 for 242 Bowling - Bindley, 2 for 66; Palmer, 1 for 46; West, 1 for 55; McGill, 1 for ...
CLUB XI v. ARMADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
CLUB XI v. ARMADALE. This match was played on the local ground last Saturday, and re sulted in an easy win for the local team. Prime 20, Bennett 33, Bur ton 33, Traill 16, and A. Thomp son 24. C. Couper bowled in ex cellent style, getting 3 wickets for 16; he bowls a good length and is advised not to wear himself out by taking too much of a sprint before delivering the ball. Watch your captain, Charley! Scores: Oakleigh Betts, c, b Ward .. 6 Prime, b Liston .. 20 Berry. b Ward .. 0 Bennett, b Nolan .. 31 Burton, b Bye .. 33 Hatt, b Nolan .. 8 Traill, run out . 16 Thompson, not out .. ?4 Couper, b Nolan .. 2 Anderson, not out .. 0 Sundries 9 Total 148 Armadale. Ward, b Burton .. 1 Hollis, run out .. 4 McComb, run out .. 5 Nolan, b Traill .. 74 O'Brien, b Couper .. 17 Liston, b Couper .. 0 Bye, c, b Couper .. 2 Cumming, c, b Turner 9 Radonich, not out -. 3 Smith, b Traill .. 0 Phillips, not out .. 1 Sundries 11 Total 127 Bowling - Bennett, 0 for 8; Traill, 2 for 16; Burton, 1 for 27; ...
OAKLEIGH STATE SCHOOL v. DANDENONG S.S.3 [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
OAKLEIGH STATE SCHOOL v. DANDENONG S.S. This match was played at Dan - denong on Friday, 24th inst., and resulted in an easy win for Oak leigh. Scores: Oaklcigh Bray, c, b Daffy .. 2 Thomas, b McEacheron 2 Sharpe. b Tucker .. 15 Stafford, b Daffy .. 1 Richards, c, b Daffy ... 9 Blake, c, b Tucker .. 21 Potter, c, b Daffy .. 3 Chapman, run out .. 1 Carter, b Daffy .. 2 Stanton, not out .. 1 Sundries 2 Total 61 Bowling-Daffy, 5 for 21; Tit cher, 2 for 20; McEacheron., 2 for 15; Ashldon, 1 for 5. Dandenoug Bond, b Thomas .. 2 Thomas, b Thomas .. I Renfree, b Blake .. 0' McEacheron, c, b Thomas 0 McPherson, c, b Thomas ': 2 Daffy, c, b Blake .. 0 Ashedon, b Bray .. 1 Ticher, b Bray .. 0 P. McEacheron .. 2 Walker, c, b Thomas .. 0 Wilson, not out .. 0 Sundries 1 Total 9 Bowling - Thomas, 6 for 3; Bray, 2 for 1; Blake, 2 for 4.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
Big Variety Sf 1 Crockery, Cutlery, AND Ironmongery, Meat Safes Garden Hose and Tiools, W\ire Netting, Plain & Barb Wire T M3ER Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, helvinfg, Baltic, Oregon, Mouldings, Palings All Buiiders Require ments, "Reliable" Stoves Bath Heaters AGENT FOR : International H-arvester Gompany i and the new, already famous S reliable, money ak saving and A a e worry sav;ng Fire .Extinguisher S Save hundreds of pounds by spending 15/ d .verything hard can be had at .J. J Webster's -HaPdware Store and Tirmbe, Yard, e Broadway, Oakleith c 'Phone 23 Windsor. r Sunbeam Dairy Atherton Road, Oakieigh t Fresh Milk delivered , twice daily within 1 hour Y of milking, 4d per quart. 1, All cows passed by the * Government Inspector. r, One cow's milk for n invalids and children. W W. Kennaugh, Prop. s BAY = VIEW = DAIRY d '"Bp Quajlitp ' Succeed" n N. KITCHEN desires to inform e A the residents of Oakleigh and sur f rounding districts that he has decided to retail his ...
The War Patriotic Work by State Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
.. The Wigar . Patriotic Work by State Schloos. The Victoriau State School Pat riotic I.ea:\ue, coitprisinig the thousands of t tate schools, and p tens of tbousands of school child ren of Victoria, are ?working most b successfully on definite lines to fi render monetary assistance to V .?elief funcds, and to teach practically tl •oxi'eth:ing of Iove-.ind .dzity owed 13 to the Empire by all Australian u children as well as adults. Al ready thousands of girls are at c work making shifts, socks, a nightingales, se.rves, cholera- u belts, etc , for use in hospital or at friut. 'I Recently. the I-Ion.,the Minister ti (Mr T. Livitlgstori) and:the'Direc- p tor of Education (Mr Frank Tate, a M.A., I.S.O ) v:sited the St Kilda t Park School. - Qne :of the large -C rooms, was paclked with war C material--"a veritable warehouse d of underclothing and haber- ( dashery," renmlked ",r.0 :?tate. 1 Both were touched and Tilterested with the messages sent on the C garments. etc: ;Cuffs and Bala cla...
Sunday School Anniversary SOUTH OAKLEIGH CONGREGATIONAL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
Sunday School Anniversary -------4 SOUTH OAKLEIGH CONGREGATIONAL Anniversary services in cru - fection with the above were held on Sunday last and passed off -uccessfully. In the morning Mr Les Thorne gave an instructive and inspiring address on the text : "I press toward the mark for the prize of my high icalling in Christ Jesus." In the afternoon Mr H. L. Wal ters addressed the children in an interesting manner, using a lead pencil as an object-lesson. Good lead betokened a good heart ; polished manners were no good without it. The pencil was use less without sharpening, so our hearts must be sharpened by the Holy Spirit ; the wood had to be :emoved before it could be of use, 0o God has to remove variousN bings from us that we may be of I ;ervice to Him. The good pencil aas the maker's name upon it, so cve shuliid honor our Maker and ice that His name is upon us. Ir Walters also spoke briefly on :he text "Nurse this child for Me, and I will pay thee," explaining the duties of pare...
Oakleigh Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
Oakleigh Borough Council. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday even ing. Present-Crs Andrew (May or), Brine, Corr, Clements, Dave) Farmers, Hunt, Knight, and Westley. CORRESPONDENCE. From G. H. B. Young re exten sion of metalling in Haughton road eight chains to his gate-Re ferred to South Ward members for report. From A. E. Kay, offering piecc of land at £65 for extension of Carlisle Crescent -Deferred. From M. Bienvenue, suggestina that the Yan Yean be laid in Golf Links Avenue at the same time as the street is being made-Post poned to next meeting, Works Committee to report on this and other applications. From W. J. Bolch re day sani tary service, requesting that it start at new year-Request accede to on muotion of Crs Brine and Clements. From W. IH. Wilcock re salary as follows:-In October, 1905, I was appointed Inspector and Ran ger, my scheduled duties being numerous. The prohibited area for wandering cattle was Scotch man's Creek to railway line, War rigal roa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
You're Hel ping Yourself By Tradin with us Seca?se our Croceries are Sresh ecause US our Ironmongerv ecause our Produce is Prime i€ecCause our Prices wre Bedrock Your patronge Solicited. DPt Olfflp Rdaress THECA SH ..i... O, ~ISCoUNT j UROCERS. (Opp. 3lae Sovings Bhnk) Tel. Z2 Ok. "Fiat Lux" TIIECL ALaAS ASSOCIATION LIMITED SUPPLI ES Gas for Cooking & Lighting Gas Appliances of Every Description and the Itest Methods of Cooking, Lighting, Heating Ladies are Cordialiy ut rted to Inspect the numerous appliances to be seen in action at our Show=Room, Atherton road GAS STovES -Terms within reach of all-On Rental from 1/- per month, fixed free. On Hire Purchase, fixed free, small deposit, and instalments of 2/6 per month. Coke and Tar for Sale. Gas Fires, Bath Heaters, Wash Copper, and Gas Fittings Supplied and Fitted at Lowest Rates. Consult us before going elsewhere Quotations given free for complete installation That is what you 0 waut, and that is what you get here. a Childre...
Oakleigh Convent Bazaar. Concert and Drawing of Art Union. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
Oakleigh Convent Bazaar; Concert and Drawing of Arl Union. The Mechanics' Hall was filled on 'Vedinsday evening, when the recent Convent Bazaar was wound up with a concert and the drawing of the art-union and principal raf ties. Mr E. J. Comber, of Men tone, had charge of the program and items were excellently ren dered as follows:--Overture, Miss D. Sheedy, L A.B. (who after wards efficiently accompanied the vocalists); song, Mother o' Mine, Miss M. Kelleher; so-g, Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes (encore, Mother Macree), MrJ. C. Hickey; duet, Life's Dream is o'er, Fare well, Misses M. and V. Comber; song, It's the Navy (encore, Whoops, Let's do it again), Master J. Cuddigan; song, Bounic Mary of Argyle (encore, My Pretty Jane), Mr J. C. Hickey. The side-splitting farce, That Rascal Pat, was also well played as follows: Pat McNoggcrty (a handy servant), Mr J. II. Sheedy; Major Puffjacket (on half pay), Mr P. J. Ward; Charles Living stone (poor, but ambitious), Mr Ernie Maloney; Laura ...
V.R.C. Spring Meeting. DERBY & CUP CANDIDATES REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
V.R.C. Spring Meeting. DERBY & CUP CANDIDATES 'REVIEWED. The Victoria Racing club open heir Spring Carnival this after loon. The Derby, known as the 'Blue Ribbon" of the Victorian urf, and which is always. looked orward to with great interest, is .he principal event of the day. The race, on present form, ihould result in a contest between Woorak and Mountain Knight. MIountain Knight defeated Woorak n the A.J.C. Derby, but my vote un performances and breeding ;o to Woorak as the most likely of he two to stay out a gruelling nile and a half. Of the rest, Eidelio, who ran a good second in" he Moonee Valley Cup, should be i. the front division. Traquette, vho ran a good mile race on the )revious Saturday, should not be !ntirely overlooked. 1-Woorak 2-Mountain Knight 3-Fidelio Maiden Handicap Hush Money or Miss Meadows Maribyrnong Plate Red Signal or Two next best, Celosia LIotham Handicap Gladwyn or Eubulus Meclbourne Stakes Uncle Sam or Cagou next best, St. Carwyne ýoburg Stake...
Australian Natives' Association. Oakleigh District Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
Australian Natives' As socialion. Oakleight District Branch. The fortnightly meieting of the above was held on Thursday, 22nd inst., Mr Frank (President) in the chair. Mr A. F. Hieale waselected an hon member. It was resolved on the motion of Mr H. G. John soif, seconded by Mr Granland, that the Mechanics' committee be asked to improve the ventilation of the lodge-room. Mr Johnsof re-~ ported that, in company with Vice president Pollard, he had attended the President's invitation c~oncert at Malverinr and had a g6oid time. Hie also repo Lced on the progress of the A.N. A,. shooting competition, which was appr oaching conclusion. The Syllabus item for the even ing was then proceeded with, viz., Ladies' Night, a ,good number of lady friends as ,vell jis representa tives of the. Glonuhnitly and Mal vern brancties being present. The President accorded them a hear ty welcome. :The opening wao de layed owing to a City pianist not putting ih an appearance, and Mr H. Clough kindly stepped i...
MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 October 1914
MELBOURNE CUP. The big two mile event will be run at Flemington on Tuesday next, and with the dual affliction, the drought and the war, it is safe to predict that the attendance will not be as large as that of previous years. Thirty-one horses re mained in, after final exceptances had been declared. More horses may probably drop out ; but we can form a good idea of what the result is likely to be. Uncle Sam 9.2, St. Carwyne 7.1, Ulva's Isle a.3, Posinatus 3.8 and Lilyveil 9.3, read best. Uncle Sam and St. Carwyne are a cut above the others. The former has two Cups ro his credit. He has been raised nine pounds for his win in the Caulfield Cup ; but this should not inconvenience the son of United States-Melly, as he is a great weight carrier and likes a distaunce. Ettershank will have the mount and both jockey and horse work well together. Given a fair run I expect him to poke his nose in front. Gladwyn appears to be the best outsider. I---Uncle Samn or St Carwyne 2-Ulva's Isle .3-Lil...