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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
LOCAL S. . . ?,1AL. Ow~ig to Christinas Day falling o: iFriday next, our publishing dayi, we go to press oni Thursday, 2-lth iust. Patrons wil! please note and send their orders and correspondents their reports as early as possible next weeck. Father Christmas will arrive by hansom at UhlhornnS, corner of Atilerton road ad and aton street, at 7.o3 on Christmas Eve. The Re'.- . H. Cliapple will conduct XIm-ns services in the Presbyterian .Churc i tomorrow Suinday). Mrnic: subject - 'Ter"ims Pca' : :cuing " 1 WorI i:,out Christ." Sr ing ' u:h.m - '" ehold I Special Chri tanas serv'ices will c0 held in the Congregational Cia'rch to-amorrowi (Sunday. De comber 20th). The Rev R: S. Carson will preach in the morning at 11, and in the evening at 7 Mr W. Hi. Hut will give a special address for the occasion. All scats free. Books provided. You arc loving:y invited. Tomorrow will be. observed as CL:ri.tlm as Sunday at tile Metho dii-t Church. Sp.-cial anthems ,viii be rendeired by h:- choir. ...
CLUB XI v. CLAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
CLUB XI v. CLATYTON. The Club XI Isayers thoroughly enjoyed their visit to Clayton last Saturday, leaving the railway sta tion at 2.30 in private conveyances. Afternoon tea was provided by the Clayton ladies, and Mr C. Burton returned thanks with one of his usual brilliant afternoon tea spee ches and apologised for the ab sence of more from Oakleigh, but promised them a good time when they came to the Borough. The match resulted in a win for the visitors by 7 wickets and 29 runs. Anderson (late )f Notting Hill C.C.) made 46, not out, in brilliant style; Thompson 19 and Couper 15 not out, also batted well Traill, who bowled an ex cellent length, capturcd S wickets for 23 runs Scores: Clayton. Burbridge, b Traill .. 1 Mayhew, run out .. 0 Day, b Traill .. 5. Barker, c, b Traill .. 7 Hanney, c, b Traill ... 37 M. O'Meara, c, b Traill 2 T. O'Meara, b Traill .. 0 Scott, c, b Traill .. 0 McPherson, c Traill, b Bur ton ... .. 6 Murphy, not out ... 0 Johansen, b Traill .. 0 Sundries 3 Total...
Operatic Concert. Tuesday Evening Next, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
Uperatic Concert. Tuesday Evclning Next, Dec. 22. We again remind our readit-ers o0 the grand operatic and comic con cert to be givell next Tuesday tvening in the 5Mechanics' Insti tute, Oakleigh, in aid of the local Patriotic Fund. Judging by re ports received and the program, the occasion will be unique in the history of Oakleigh--not only in the number and variety of the per formers (numbering 55) but in the fact that it will be honored with the presence of the Lord Mayor of Melbourne (Alderman D. V. Hen nessy) and others who have pro- i mised their patronage. Admission has been fixed at the low price of I/-, with rese: cod chairs 6d extra, and the box plan is open at Mr Bert Murphy's, Eaton street. The promoters recognise that the public have already contributed liberally to the various patriotic funds and that many are feeling the effects of the war, but confidently look for ward to a good rally under the old flag, once more raisud to aid those who are fighting in defence of th...
Christmas Shopping. Where to Go. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
Christmas Shiopping. Where to Uio. In accordance with our usual custom we give a brief guide to the residents where the articles mostly needed during the comning festive season are to be obtained. Christmas and New Year Cards are for sale in almrst endless pro f ision and at cheap rates at Gray's, S. B. Knights, Crowe's, and Uhl horns; the latter has in addition a splendid display of dolls, tea sets, and toys of every description. Walters, Atherton road, has also" a fine lot of me chanical toys. At Miss Jones' new shop and the foregoing as well, Xmas presents and stationery are for sale in great variety. Our drapers are also making a brave show of Christmas novelties and various article= suitable for presents, as their windows show, and at Roddick s, -cGiil's, Bur ton's, Hocking's. Corke's and Jones' is to be found clothing for i both sexes (vong and olde' sc feeling in uarmony with the season. "The apparel oft pro claims the man'' (or woman). Our grocers, too, fill an impor tant ro...
NOTTING HILL v. ERRATICS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
NOTTING HILL v. ERRATICS This match was played at Not ting Hill on Saturday last and re suited in a win for the visitors by 27 runs. Scores: Erratic O'Loughlin,c Dyer,b Doolan 0 Helen, b Doolan .. 4 Gardiner, b Doolan .. 8 Knutt, c Arnott, b Hore 17 Clemsha, c Beicomn, b fisher .. 45 Oakley, lI Fisher 16 Tiniewell, thrown out 0 Josecphs, run out .. 3 Hansen, thrown out .. 1 McLccry, not out 0 Laffin, run out ... 0 Sundries 2. Total 96 Bowling - Doolan, 3 for 23; Fisher, 2 for 22; Hore. 1 for 21; Bailey, 0 for 22. Notting Hi!. Doolan, b McLe ry .. 4 Bailey, c Gardincr, b Time wel! 13 Beveridge, c Kuutt, b -Mc Leery .. 11 Here, b McLeery .. 0 Arnett, b Clemesha .. 14 Beacom, not out .. 13 Dyer, b Clemesha ... 4 Fisher, b Clemesha .. 7 H. Beacom, b Clemesha 0 Lechte, c Timewell, b Clem esha .. .. 2 Gray, b Clemesha .. 0 Sundries I Total 69 Bowling-Ciemcsha, 6 for 16; McLeery, 3 for 33; Timewell, I for 14.
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, December 17. Before Messrs McLorinau (chairman) and O' Le[?]ry, J's. P. PURE FOODS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, December 17. SBefore Mecssrs MocLorinan (ciiir nani) and O'Leary, J's.P. S P'RE Fooi1'. AcT. J. W . ,felis. Chief I'nspectr:-' y or the Board of Ptblic iecalth - proceeded against Allan Grant, ct Al Mt Waverley, for seliing adultera - ted milk, giving evidence that he e obtained two samples from defen e dant's waggou at the corner of I Waverley and Warrigal road. G. W. Watson, public analy-At, produced analyses of two sample., Sof milk, one of which showed 10 f per cent of added water and the -other 21 per cent. Harold Thompso'i, a driver ieit Spioyed by defendant, deplso.s: that She was taking the milk to Wo(od mason's, which lie did rgcrriuLly, and sold the milk to the i-ipcctor in the samni condition as hie i ha received it fron Mr Grant. Allan Grant said lie h:td 13 cCo:; S of whicih ie wcre iiilkin:r. T' ,e samples were taken on 23r. Of)to ber. He never watered thie i- ilk; it was handled and cooleu off by hinu. Hle was allowed by a neigh bour t...
OAKLEIGH E. v. SPRINGVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
OAKLEIGH Ti v. SPRING VALE. This match was commenced at Spriugvale on Saturday last. The home team took first posses sion of the wickets and were all dis - posed of for 52. Oakleigh respon ded with 110; S. Davidson 40 and. Gough 37 were in fine batting form for the visito.s. Scores: Springvale A Young, b Andrews 0 D. Young, b Davidson 0 Hausen, b Davidson 7 Carter, run out .. 11 Harris, b Davidson .. 0 Dodge, b Davidson .. 6 Myers, b Davidson .. 1 Erickson, c, b Davidson 6 Williams, not out .. 12 Harris, b Davidson .. 0 Young, b Gough .. 1 Total 5Z Oakleigh East. Andrews, c, bI Williams I Gough, c, b Young .. 37 S. Davidson, I.b.w., b Car ter .. 40 N. Davidson, b Carter 8 Clayton, b Carter .. 4 Harford, b Carter .. 8 R. Hart, b Harris .. 0 Young, nit out .. 3 Reid b Carter .. 3 Loach, c, b Carter .. 0 Sundries 6 Total 110
COUNCILLORS AT CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
COUNCILLORS AT CRICKET. The annual match between the councillors and officers of the Borough and Shire was resumed (after a lapse of 12 months, through the intervention of pressing bus! ness consequent .on the former taking in new territory) on Satur day last in the Police Paddock. It was the fourth occasion on which these friendly contests had been held, and Oakleigh wiped out its three former defeats by achieving a notable victory. While these matches mainly serve a social ob ject, in cementing the friendship between the two councils, a dis play of fine play cannot be expec ted, and friend and fse are not (as on the battlefield) "in one red burial blent"). Still, it was noticeable that on both sides the law was pre-eminently successful, proving as in actual court practice an advocate is as good on one-side as on the other-Mr Wilmoth car rying out his bat for 112 and Mr Moir scored 64 before he suc cumbed to a fine catch by Cr Corr. The match was witnessed by an assemblage of the w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
Business Notices. TT HE P Atherton Road, Oakieigh The Best House for Value and Variety in all --kinds of dp pery, Linos Boots and Shoes° A Large Stock to choose from Call in t o-day We open till 10 n m. Friday. Close at 1 o'clock Saturday Phone 150 Oakleigh. •r Ti1.he Old Established Grocery, Coffe, and Tea Stores, Opposite RaeiwoV Station Entrance. GN t ": = a1` Proprietor S Freshly Roasted Coffee Beans Ground to Order. Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. Noted shop for Hams and Bacon. Sole Agent for?-Vacuum Oil Cov's. Perfection Stoves and Room Heaters. Established - 79. TRY Chas, URTON 143 :hi ai , `t "r L nwst fioru Fit, SiyLv aV:_ oikifl:;ansl:P ·araitcetz ,tcenuS-Ust Everyone. Privates " Iona" Atherton Road, akteigh. Suits to Suit Everyonee Open till 10 o'clock Friday Nights and 1 p.m. on Saturdays. GE O W. He GCILL T TAILOR AND MERCER. Portman Street, Oaklt-igh, also 8o Swanston Street. ........... elbourne ......... Sac Suits from 63/-, Fit and Style Guaranteed. Gentlemen's Mercery at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
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COUNCILLORS AT CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
COUNCILLORS AT CHURCH. On Sunday last the Oakleigh Borough councillors and officers, acceding to the invitation of the churchwardens and Vestry of Holy Trinity Church, attended the morning service, and although all of them were not present there was a good representation, headed by the Mayor (Cr Andrew). The Rev M. J. B. Bennett (Incumbent) preached ai appropriate sermon based on the text: "Let every soul be subject to the higher powers, for there is no power but of God; the powers that be are ordained of God" (Rom. xiii. 1). The preacher said, first, obedience should be i rendered to rulers because they re ceivcwd their authority from God. Good government is for the wel fare of the people. That does not mean that every individual ruler has derived his power from God. We do not believe that every ordained minister is God-appoin ted, but nevertheless it is a divinely instituted office, and so also we say of our civil rulers. The tasks of all in authority are heavier and more responsi...
Murrumbeena v. Malvern District. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
Iutrumbeena v. Malvern District. This match was commenced on Saturday last on the Murrumbeena ground. Malvern took first pos session of the wickets and scored 75; Murrulmbeena have lost 5 wic - kets for 164; Day 53, Young 49 and L, Bristowe not out 46 were the principal scorers. Scores: . Malvern District. Mathers, c Cove, b Bristowel2 E. Paroissien. b Jackson 14 F. Mathers, b Jackson 0 H. Paroissien, b Bristowe 16 Disher, c, b Bristowe 14 Sheehan, c Cove, b Jackson 1 Hendy, run out .. 0 Shannahan, b Bristowe 0 Dalgleish, b Blacker .. 4 Lancaster, b Bristowe 12 Jones, not out .. 0 Sundries 2 Total 75 Bowling-W. Bristowe, 5 for 29: Jackson, 3 for 33; Blacker, 1 for 0. Murrumbeena. Blacker, l.b.w,, b Dalgleish 0 Drummond, c, b Shannahan 0 Young b Sheehan .. 49 \V. Bristowe, c, b Shanna han .. .. 7 Day, std., b Sheehan .. 53 L. Bristowve, not out .. 46 Jackson, not out .. 6 Sundries 3 Total, 5 fr 164
Cricket OAKLEIGH v. E. CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
Cricket OAKLEIGH v. E. CAULFIB LD. This match was commenced last Saturday on the local ground. Oakleigh won the toss and were dispose' of for 97 runs. Captain McGill scored 41 in good style and was unfortunate in receiving a nasty knock in the mouth with the ball and required medical at tention. East Caulfield have lost 2 wickets for 75. The match will be concluded to-day. Oakleigh. Green, run out .. 2 Carter, : Lumsden b Boardman .. 13 Tait, c & b Boardman .. 2 Lee, b Boardman .. 5 McGill, c Bellamy b Mitchell .. 41 Alder, b Boardman .. 1 \Vest, c Bellamy b Boardman .. 7 Looker, b Boardman .. 0 Palm.r, b Ward .. 3 Lice, not out .. 7 Bindley, b Bellamy .. 8 Sundries .. 8 Total 97 East Caulfield. Backman, c Ince b Blndley 17 Bourne, b Bindley .. 14 Lumsden, not out .. 16 Mitchell, not out .. 21 Sundries .. 7 2 wickets for 75
Murrumbeena. ST. AIDAN'S SCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
Murrumbeena. --o---- ST. AIDAN'S SCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN. The public hall, Dunoon street, M.,urrumbeena, was filled on fednesday evenhtn, when the pupils of the above school held their first annual concert. They rendered an excellent program. As all the items were good it is needless to particularise. They were as follows:-- Carol, Good King Wenceslas, School ; violin solo, Miss Mavis Morris (pupil of Miss Adams) ; Kindergarten games, Kindergarten ; recitation, The Old Piano,Linda McWhinney; Morris dance, bean setting recitation, The Champimn, Lester Kaye Green and Stanley Seymour; patriotic march and drill, School : violin solo, Miss Anderson (pupl of Miss Adams). The second part consisted of the cantata, Soot and the Fairies, and was splendidly rendered. The characters were as follows: Queen Lily, Edith Bennett Captain Soot, Phillip Perry ; Dr Sunlight, Geoffrey Perry ; Lord Bootlace, Lester Kaye Green Baron Hairbrush, Charlie Hillas Lady Soapsuds, Molly Rogers Wag, Bertie K...
OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
OAKLEIGH. The Oakleigh Patriotic League has sent in a further contribution consisting of 14 towels, T0 pyjamas, trousers, 2 pillows, 8 flannel military shirts, 6 sets of pyjamas, 120 pillow-slips, 32 face cloths, 3 cholera belts, 2 caps, 4 pairs socks, 153 mittens, 1 scarf, old linen, 13 dozen matches, package of tobacco. The Secretary is asking for a pillow-slip or towel or any old linen, and would like some tobacco, or matches as a little gift for those who are fighting for our liberty; deny yourself something at Xmas. Gifts may be left with Mrs Lewis J. Birch, "Basandene," Atkinson street, Oakleigh.
Mulgrave Shire Council. Rate of 2s Struck. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 19 December 1914
Mulgrave Shire Council. L .... ¢--c- - Rate of 2s Struck. ,The monthly meeting of the above was held on Friday evening, 11th inst. Present-Crs M-cLcri nan (President), Aurisch, Cole man, Jordan, Stewart, Stocks, Closter and Forster. Correspondence. From A. N. Pearson, secretary Dandenonrg Agricultucal Society, thank; fur public holiday and post poniug council meeting on account of 'hloww-Received. From Postmaster-General (per Mr J. A. Boyd, M.H.R.) stating that provision had been made for a daily mail service to and from the Clayton post-office for a further term of twelve months from 22nd January next--Received. From same, stating that approval of department has been given for duplication of the telephone trunk line between Oakleigh and Mount Waveerley-Received. From shire- secretary, Lancefield, re old lady, Mrs Johanna Kenny, stating that in view of her poverty the claim for interest he written off--The sum of £11 !/- arrears had been paid, and it was resolved that the claim for ...