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Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 November 1914
Bowls Sixty four players toed the mark last Saturday to do battle for their respective sides on the local green. Oakleigh A team were opposed by Port Melbourne, whom they defeated after a good game by 14 points, the total scores being 105 91. Oakleigh B team were up a gainst Fitzroy, and, although they were beaten, it was a very close thing, the issue being in doubt till the last end finished, leaving Fitz roy a lead of three points only on the total score. Oakleigh 97, North Fitzroy I00. The lady members of the club led by Mesdames Birch and Secomb have played two matches, and al though not yet scoring a win still they put up two good fights-being defeated by a few points only in each match.
Cricket OAKLEIGH A. v. CLAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 November 1914
-Cricket OAKLEIGH A. v. CLAYTON. This match was concluded at Clayton last Saturday and rrsulted in a-win for Oaklcigh by 5 wickets and 6 runs. Carter 30 and 22, McGill 26, not ont, and 15 and 9 wickets for 62, and F. Bindley, 9 for 62. For Clayton, Walker took 11 for 73 and W. Gartside made 42 runs. Scores: Clay .n--First Innings. C. GattsiIe, b McGill .. 0 -W. Gart?side. c, b McGill 3 Longmuir, I b.w, b McGill 4 J. Gartside. b Bindley 12 O'Meara, run cut .. 2 Field, b rMcGil Jack, c Tait, b McGill.. 5 Scott, b MicGill .. 7 Walker, c, b Bindley .. 2 Richardson, b Bindley.. 0 Alver, not out .. 11 Sundries 4 Total,. 55 Bowling - Bindley, 3 for 24; McGill, 6 for. 29. Clayton-2nd Innings Jack, l.b.w , b F. Bindley I --Alver, b Palmer 20 Walker, c Lee, b Bindley 0 O'Meara. b Bindley 1 C. Gartside, c and b Bindley 0 W. Gartside, b Bindley 42 Longmuir,- b Bindley 8 J. Gartside, b McGill 3 Scott, not out .. 16 Richardson, b McGill .. 0 Fiield, b McGill .. 0 -Sundries 10 T- otal 101 Bowling ...
THE OVER-SEAS CLUB OF MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 November 1914
THE OVER-SEAS CLUB of MELBOURNE The operatic society in con nection with this club are going to give a Grand Comic Opera Concert in the Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday evening, 22nd December, in aid of our local patriotic funds. His Excellency Sir Arthur Lymph Stanley, is the patron, the Hon. Alfred Deakin, P.C., and Dr Jas. Barrett, vice patrons; D. V. Hen nessy, Esq., Lord Mayor of Mel bourne, is President ; Vice-Presi lents, Hon. A. J. Peacock, K.C. M,.G., 0. R. Snowball, M.L.A., Dr J. W. Springthorpe, G. E. Emery, Esq., J.P., Alex McKinley, Esq., J.P., etc., etc. His Excel lency the Governor or some of the ibove gentlemen will probably give t short address at the concert. Mr alfred Willison (late of the Royal iTand Opera Co., National Opera -o., Nellie Stewart's Co., J. C. Williamson's Co., etc.) is the Hon tJanager and Director of the )peratic Society and the people of )akleigh are to be treated to some grand opera, including "Faust," I- Trovatore,' and comic opera, in :luding "Casi...
The War OAKLEIGH PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 November 1914
The War -OAKLEIGH PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. The Oakleigh Patriotic League has sent in a further contribution to the Red Crosc, Federal Govern ment House, of 124 pillow-slips, 6 sheets, 36 towels, I undershirt, 8 cholera belts, 9 face cloths, 1 scarf, 3 cushions, 1 pillow, 9 handkerchiefs. The secretary is asking for a pillow-slip or towel to be left at Mrs Lewis J. Birch's, "Basandene," Atkinson street. Would the Oakleigh children send a Xmas Box to our soldiers -one cake of tobacco or a dozen of safety matches-to be left at Mrs Birch's, "Basandene," Athinson street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 November 1914
Nurse Mie Hd's Willesden road, Railway 9 All (hGoo 1' A freshl (daxly on(A) ; .... . The l li~C Tc Unjder New a et Oaklexgh. " a° :i~ and Pastry. tr . :lix l: Hot Pieuii id Ordera rc'co~i; : (An xi~ Ti G /Mir Fm V I''&lt;&V Varie ty Crocker3, Cutlery, ironaiongery, Seat Safes Garden Hose and Tools, WJire Netting, Plain. & Barb Wire Hardwood, Jarraf?, Red Pine, Red Gum, helving, Baltic, Oregon, Mouldings, Palings All BuiAders Reauire Stoves Bath ~-i trs AGENT FOR : Internationai dpiar ,ester - -mpanya and the new, already famous reliable, money 6 -, saving and 4- g, worry sv:uv;g save huudredls of pounds by spending 151 .veryti.hinz haid can J j- o-J---g- a J. J. e; -ste s Hardware Store and Tnmbor .Yard, Broadway, OakIeigh 'Phone 28 Windsor. : Sunbeam: Dairy. Atherton Road, Oakleigh Fresh '"Milk delivered : wice daily within 1 hour o-of milling,, 4d per quart : ill cows passed by the Government ifspector for One cow's. milk invalids and children. W - ?W. Kenn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
Big Variety cf Crocker), Cutlery, AND ]ronmongery, Meat Safes Garden Hose and Tools, Wire Netting, Plain & Barb Wire Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, helving, Baltic, Oregon, Mouldings, Palings All Builders Require ments, "Reliable" Stoves Bath Heaters AGENT FOR : International Harvester G ompany and the new, already famous reliable, money "6 9? , saving and a worry saving Fire Extinguisher save hundreds of pounds by spending 151 Everything hard can be had at J. J. We&bster'S Hardware' Store and Timber Yard, Broadway, Oakleigh 'Phone 28 Windsor. Sunbeam Dairy Atherton Road, Oakleigh Fresh Milk delivered twice daily within 1 hour of milking, 4d per quart All cows passed by the Government Inspector for One cow's milk invalids and children. W. Kennaugh, Prop BAY = VIEW = DAIRY "*y Quality ' Suired" G . KITCHEN desires to inform the residents of Oakleigh and sur rounding districts that he has decided to retail his own milk, direct from the farm to the consumer, and h...
Notting Hill v. Richmond A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
Notting Hill v. Richmond A.N.A. This match was played at Not ting Hill on Saturday last and re sulted in a win for the visitors on the first innings by 46 runs. Scores: Richmond A.N.A. Barry, c Doolan, b Bailey .. 20 Chalk, b Doolan .. 6 Mlcntosh, c and b Hendrick ... 8 Johnston, 1l.b.w,, b Bailey .. 6 Gregory, b Bailey .. S Newman, b Bailey .. 0 Twese, b Hore .. .. 0 C. Johnstone, b Bailey .. 7 Clark, b Bailey .. .. 4 Young, b Hore .. .. 16 Jansen, not out .. .. 2 Sundries 4 Total 8i Bowliug--Bailey, 6 for 34: Hore, 2 for 11; Doolan, 1 for 20; Hendrick, 1 for 20. Notting Hill First Innings 2nd Innings. Doolan, b Young 12 not out 22 Hendrick, b Johnson 10 b"-Chalk 5 Dyer, b Young 1 run out S Hore, b Johnson B b Gregory 13 Bailey, b Young 0 b Chalk 0 Flack, b Johnson 0 b Gregory 4 Beveridge, not out 6 b Chalk 1 Fisher, b Johnson 5 b Chalk 0 Lechte, b Johnson 0 b Gregory 0 Beacom, b Young 1 b'Barry 12 Hurst, b Young - 0 b Chalk 2 Sundries 2 3 Total 35 65 Bowling (ist innings)-Young, 5...
OAKLEIGH B v. MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
OAKLEIGI-i'B:v. MENTONE. This match was commenced on the Mentone oval on Saturday last. The game will be concluded this afternoon. Mentone. Delves, c b Seamark .. 0 Smiith, run out .. 5 Mitchell, b Insall .. 5 Tonine, b Seamark .. 7 Scudds, c b McCarron .. 43 Jones. stp, b McCarron .. 31 Peterson, c h Parr .. 12 McDowell, c b Parr .. 1 Whitehead, b McCarron 0 Smith, run out .. 3 Simpson, not out .. 0 Sundries 6 Total 112 Bowling: - Insall, 2 for 31 ; Parr, 2 for 7 ; Seamark, 2 for 27 ; Stainton, 0 tor 19 ; McCarron, 3 for 13. Oakleigh. _McCarron, c b McDowell 41 J. Insall, c b Whitehead 14 Seamnark, b Scudds 9 G. Pollard, 1.b.w. b Scudds 2 XW. Pollard, b Scudds 5 S.'Insall, c b ,, .. 1 Stainton, b ,, .. 2 Webb, l.b.w. b Scudds .. 8 Wearne, ,, ,, .. 3 Mason, not out .. 2 Sundries 2 9 for 89
Club XI v. Armadale [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
Club XI v. Armadale This match was played on the local ground last Saturday and re suited in a win for Oakleigh by 73 runs Burton 39, Traill 14, Hatt 22., Couper 35 and Thompson 330, not out, were the highest scorers for the Club XI Bennett took 8 wickets for 33 runs. Totals: Armadale Wilson, b Burton .. 24 Hollis, c, b Traill : 2 Ward, b Bennett ... 19 O'Brie., b Bennett .. 1 Liston, b ,. .. 4 Maybury, b , .. 0 Bye, b ,, ' 0 Harvey, b ,, .. 13 Phillips, b ,, 4 Williams, c b ,, .. 3 Harloch, not out .. 1 Sundries 15 Total 88 Bowling-Bennett, 8 for 33; A TrailI, I for 20; Burton, 1 for 19 Oakleigh Burton, c and b Wilson 39 Anderson, b WVilson 6 Bennett, b Wilson .. 9 Betts, b Wilson .. 0 Traill, b Wilson .. 14 Hatt, b Harvey .. 22 Couper, run out .. 35 Thompson, not out .. 30 Sundries ' 6 Totale. 161
Murrumbeena v. East Malvern Presbyterians [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
Murrumbeena v. East Malvern Presbyterians This match was commenced at Mlurrumbeena on Saturdajy last. The locals in their ist innings scored 186. Day, not out, 57, W. Bristowe 44 and Blacker 37, were in splendid form with the bat, particularly Day, who is batting like a champion at present. At the call of time the visitors had lost 2 wickets for 27. Scores: iurruhmbeena Drimmncd, b Germon . 7 Blacker, run out .. 37 W Bristowe, b Germon 44 L Bristowe, c, b Rust I Day, not out .. 57 Young, b Rust .. 12 Hedley, b Germon .. 0 Benjamin, b Welsh .. 0 Dick, b Germon - 14 Wilde, b Annear .. 0 Cove, b Annear 2 Sundries 10 Total 186 Bowling - Germon, 4 for 51; Rust, 6 for 36; .Welsh, 1 for 38; Annear, 2 for 1 East Malvern Welsh, c Cove, b Dick 2 Tillie, not out .. 20 Rust, c L. Bristowe,-b Blacker .. 4 Total, 2 for 27 Bowling-Dick, 1 for 5; Blacker, I for 5
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
There was a large and apprecia tive audience last Saturday night at the Oakleigh Photo Plays, now in their 118th week of established Master Fixit, H-er Hand, Because of a Hat, and other comedy drama pictures. The audience showed its appreciation by frequent applause. now Admissn theon is front seats I / -, backblished seats 6d, children half-price. To night the star pictures will be the famous and sensational ncidents, wdrama, Stolen Symphony, and Hepe-c another fine picture. On Tuesday last the sum of 6applause.6 was stolen from the booking office at the cOaleigh railway station. Anniversary services will be held to-morrow (6th inst.) in con nection with the South Oakleigh Congregational Chnd sensatirch; morning, Mr Stolen. H. Hunt; afternoon, Rev D. . nothennessey; evening, Rev A. Eunson. On Monday evening a social gathering will be held, when the speakers will be Rev. Rupert Felstead and Rev R. S. Carson, and a musical program rendered. Admission 6d. Special services will be held...
Oakleigh Borough Council. INCREASE IN SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
i0akleigh Borough Conncil. INCREASE. IN SALARIFS. The monthly meeting of the above council was held on Tuesday evening. Present - Crs Andrew (Mayor), Brine, Corr, Clements, Davey, Hunt, Knight, and West toy. Correspondence. From Oakleigh District Ladies' Benevolent Society re contribution --L5/5/- granted on motion of Crs Andrew and Corr. Frnmt J. Fitzgerald and G. Bind ing r- crossings- Granted under uisual conditions. From A. E. Kay re levels for Arthur street--Received From E. H. Davies re drainage agreement - Cr Westley moved that a reply be sent the offer having been withdrawn, the council has taken possession of the land and must proceed-Cr Davey seconded - Cr Corr: There appears to be, as far as Mr Davies is concerned, a misunderstanding. -Even supposing he has withdrawn his offer, we can save ourselves a lot of trouble, as he is prepared to ignu for a 3 ft easement ..;.over the pipes and it will not spoil his land. The work is done. I move that his offer be accepted, provide...
Obituary. THE LATE MISS KATE NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
Obituary. THE LATE Miss KATE NELSON. We record with deep regret the death of Miss Kate Nelson under tragic circumstances on Saturday last. As a member of one of the oldest and most respected families in Oakleigh and personally held in general esteem for her amiable disposition and sterling qualities of heart and mind, the news of her sad and sudien demise created wildspread regret and sympathy for the bereaved family and friends, who had known and loved her so intimately and sincerely. It ap - pears that on Saturday afternoon she was visiting Mrs F. H. New - ton, of Murrumbeena road, Mur rumbeena, and left there to proceed by the 1.35 train from Oakleigh to attend the tennis championship match at Melbourne, and coming to the railway crossing evidently saw what she took to be her train close in to the station. Naturally hastening to cross over the line to reach the '"ip" ' latform, she was struck and killed by the oncoming train, which was a race special and not the "Oakleigh ordinar...
AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
AN APPRECIATION. My thoughts go back to the time when the O.D.L.B.S. was founded. Well do I recollect playing in Mr Nelson's paddock. Miss Jessie Nelson paid for the outfit and most of the men came from town. Those were the days when trains were few and far be tween, but merry parties met each Saturday and the 1u train was a very gay one with songs and laughter. One of the gayest and brighest of the original members was M-iss Kate Nelson. How she toiled and worked for the club! Novices and the awkward squad never appe.ded to h-r in vain. And now she has gone-I believe there will be a special corner for her in heaven, where she can watch the champions and be one herself "Of those immortal lives that live again In lives made better by their presence" She is one. A. F. THOMSON " Wambaleen." Harkaway, 3rd December, 1914.
Cricket OAKLEIGH A v. ST. GEORGE'S. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 December 1914
(ricket OAKI.EIGH A V. ST. GEORGE'S. This match was commenced last Saturday at Oakleigh. St. George's batted first and were disposed ot for the moderate score of 128, Rush 41 being top scorer. F. Bindley bowled well, taking 5 wickets for 35. Oakleigh again commenced badly and lost 4 wickets for 13. The day closed with 7 for 59, H. Tait being 24 not out including a fine sixer. Baxter took 5 wickets for 13. The match will be concluded to-day. St. George's McCallum, b Bindley .. 15 Hall, b McGill :. 6 Chandler, h Bindley .. 0 Baxter, c Carter b McGill 13 Rush, i.b:w. b West .. 41 Livesley, c Looker b Bindley .. 0 Wright, c Ince b Palmer 9 Jennings, not out .. 20 Russell, b Bindley .. 13 Rice, b Bindley .. 10 Sundries 1 Total 128 Bowling:- Bindley, 5 for 35 West, 1 for 18 ; McGill, 2 for 46 Palmer, I for 26. Oakleigh. Lee, b Baxter .. 7 Looker, run out . 3 Carter, b Baxter .. ,0 . Green, b Baxter .. 6 McGil, b Baxter .. 2 Tait, not out .. 24 West, hi Baxter .. O Palmer, a Rush, b Jennin...