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Bag Stealers in Mulgrave. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
Bag Stealers in MMulgrave. On Monday night, 18th inst., bag stealers were abroad in Mul arave and made an extensive haul. It appears that they first visited Mr 'V. IFergusou's farm, corner of Mc Naughton and Centre roads, and aot away with 130 bags. Mr Ferguson was coming from his house to put his horses into his waggon on the road, when he saw two men and said, "What's the matter, mates?" They re plied "We'll show you what's the matter," and grabbed him by the ihroai, aluost throttling hint. The men then loaded their cart with bags and got away, Mr IFrgusou proceeding to market. The thieves next went to Mr L. Koli morgen's, Centre road, but were evidently disturbed, as they left a lot of bags got ready for removal. They then visited Mr Cochrane's place on the same road, and took away 120 bags. Mr Murray Dixon, of Clayton road, was the next victim ; here the thieves took the horse out of their cart and put it in Mr Dixon's dray, went up a track to the shed and filled the dray with b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
Business .Notices. R DD1CK 'S It will Tpay 'ou to shop DRAPERS BOOTSELLERS Tel. 150 Oak. AT ArA * Atherton road, Rodd c s OALEI - The Old Established Grocery, Coffe, and Tea Stores, Opposite RailwaV Stntion Entrance. Giles arorieor Freshly Roasted Coffce Beans Ground to Order. Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. Noted shop for HintS and B?OCOn. Sole Agent foi-Vacuum OilCOV's. Perfection Stoves and Room Heeters. Esteblished 13579. f-g , , , ] TAILOR 419 Bourke=st,, elIbomrne (opposite Kirk's Bazaar) Ist Floor) Fit, Style and Workmanship Guaranteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Private "lona." Atherton Road, Oakleig ii Suits to Suit Everyone. Open Liii [1 o'clock F;riday 'Nilihts and I p.m. on Saturdays. GEO4 W. MeGILL - - TAILOR AND iMERCER. PortmanlStreet, Oakleigh, also 6o Swansteoi Street, ......... Melbourne ......... Sac Suits froni 03/-, Fit and Style Guarianteed. Geutlemeun's Meteery at less than City Prices. Ladies' Costumes a Specialty. - TCriSlS CdS. Suits to Suit Everyone. THE JUNCTION H...
Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
Bowls Flentington bowlers visited Oak leigh on the 9th and played the return pennant match, but they could not hold the local men, who romned away and won the match easily, the s'ores at the finish being Oaklegh B teatm, 112, Flem ington, S9. For the past few weeks the members have been playing off for the prizes presented to the Club. The Championship of the B Pennant team (a trophy presen ted by Mr McRae, vice-president) was brought to a finish after many exciting rounds in Mr A. B. Mc Kay winning from Mr C. E. Eas tan. The novice handicap (for a trophy also donated by Mr Mc Rae) has been finished, and after a well-fought-out game ended in the final being carried off by Mbr J. Pollard, the runner-up being Mr N. R. Cooper. The ladies are also in full swing with their tournaments, the first to finish being the Championship of the club. The final round was a spirited go between Miss P. Se comb and Mrs Tranter ; Miss Se comb at once assumed tile lead, and although Mrs Trauter made a p...
The Oakleigh Brass Band VISIT TO TALBOT COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
The Oakleigh Brass Band VISIT TO TALBOT COLONY. On Sunday afternoon the Oak leigh Brass Band paid a visit to the Talbot Colony for Epileptics, Clayton, and entertained the in mates with a splendid selection ot musical items. Mr J. Henry kindly conveyed them there and back in one of his vans free of charge. The Band, under the leadership of Bandmaster Baker, is now making rapid progress in efficiency and winning its way into popular favor. This was the third occasion within a week on which it had played free of charge and for the benefit of the public. It has been asked to play at Murrumbeena and also pay another visit to Beaconsfield at an eatly date, when it is hoped that funds will be raised to complete the pay nient for the'uniforms. A full two hours' program was provided, afternoon tea (the eatables provided by the visitors) being partaken of at half-time. At the close the Matron ex pressed thanks to the Band for their kindness, which was highly appreciated by all. Cr Andrew (Pr...
CLUB XI v. AUBURN WESLEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
CLUB Xi v. AUBURN" WESLEYS. This mnatch was played on the local ground last Saturday and re stlted in a win for the visitors by 4 runs. Traill IS, Bennett 15 and Prinei 13 batted well for Oakleigh. Scores- OakIeigh. Hall, b Bee ... .. Traill, C, b Stephens ... 1S Prime, b Bee .. .. 13 Betts. b Stephens .. 6 Thompson, b Stephens 0 Hatt. b Stephens .. 3 Burton, b Bee .- 8 Benuett, not out .. 18 Couper, run out ... 4 liarlotk, iun out .. 5 Cummins, not out .. 7 Su'ndries 8 Total 93 Auburn Wesleys Jeryinon, l.b.w, b Burton 11 I. Bee, b Tratll .. 0 Davis. b Trall! .. o Stevens, b Traill .. 33 S. Bee, b Bennett .. 29 Krohba, st., b Traill ... o Rocklcigh, b Bennett .. 1 S. Steve;e; not out .. 13 Turner, not out .. 5 Sundries 5 Total 97 Bowiing-Traill, 4 for 17; Ben nett, 2 for 36; Burton, I for 15; Coupper, 0 for 10; Hltt, 0 for lo.
OAKLEIGH E. v. HEATHERTON. S. DAVIDSON SCORES 113. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
OAKLEIGH E. v. HEATIHER TON. S. DAvinsoN Scoxars 113. This miatca was comumenieed at Hleatherton on Saturday last. The special ic.aure of the day's play was the brilliant batting of S. Davidson for 113, which is the highest i;ndividuai score in the. Springvaie District Association; he played a iauitiess innings; E. Hart 44 and Gough 36 also batted well, the innings closing for 239. Scores: Young run out .. U Gough, b Longtuitr ... 36 S. Davidson, c, b Smith 113 Hart, h Smith .. 44 N. Davidson, b Smith .. I Clayton, b Smith .. 5 Hart. b Smith' .. 5 Raymond, not out .. 15 I,oach, b Smith .. 5 Reid, b Longmuir .. 11 Roscoe, b Smith .. 0 Sundries -4 Total 239
Local Works to Provide Employment. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
withdrew. Local Works to Provide Employment. The Borough Council then con sidered a list of permanent works which, it undertaken, would pro vide employment. The Mayor re ported that money under the Lord Mayor's scheme would be obtain able at- 4_ per cent., repayable in 25 years. 1. Asphalting tuotway 61t both sides of Atkinson street-Cr Corr: Unless we can get asphalting done by contract we ca'not undertake it: It must be done this summer -The Mayor: I had a conversa tion with the foreman of an as phalting firm, who said his firm would tender at a reasonable cost -Cr Hunt: There are a lot of men in our midst who have sought employment, but have been re fused, because there was no clause in the contract providing that local men be employed. We should have in the conditions that local labor be employed as far as possi ble-Cr Clements: I am in thorough sympathy with giving work to local men, but they are not experienced in laying asphalt. MVy idea would be to employ them in road-making...
Oakleigh Borough Council. Box Hill Road Connection. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
Uakleigh torougl council. i Box Hill Road Ltunection. A conferenr,- wv:- i. hi between the Borough an S':-i :- Cuouncili o I Monday e;v'ein:z re c:n uctin,:r: Box Hill ro-v north ;and ::outh, which would be a joint work. All the memcbet:; .were urc?ent except Cr Farnmet:, (i oru!ngh and Cr ' WVilsou (iShirc), tru.m whom apo- i locie-s wce ?e-c?\ '.l. Cr Andrew (Mayor of Oak!eigh) was voted to the chair. and up ened by stating that solua yeiars ag a confere?c' wa; h:ld u~nd a plan . prepared our the pr:,tse'l work, at an estimat-edI cost of 42O00'o, but nothingv wa~ doun. It ws now suggested that the G'Oernme-nt should be ap proacb-d lor a grant, or that money should be borrowed under the Lord-Mayor's scheme. It was ant imnortant work. Cr Brine: As a member of the Wesat Ward I am prepared for Oakleigh to make this a Borough work. We should try to obtain a grant. Cr McL-Triiai.. (Prcsident of Mulgrave bhir.": This work is all-important, but the question is one of ways and means. We ar...
INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCH. Caulfield-Moorabbin v. Brighton District. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCH. Caulfield- Meorabbin v. Brighton District. The final match for the inter Association Cup will be played at Ccntral Park on Monday next (A.N.A. Day), 1st February. The winning btani will retain the cup, which has been won once by each Association. Caulfield- Moorabbin Associa tion tcam--Baxter, Bindlev, Board man, Ingrant, McGill, Wright (capt), Jcnri ngs, Rush, Chandler, Mitchell and Bellamy. The team is a strong one and the game should prove interesting.
Cricket. OAKLEIGH v. ST. GEORGE'S [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
Cricket. OAKLEIGH v. S. GEORGE'S This match was commenced last Saturd-av at Central Park. Oak Icigh batted first and lost their tirst five wickets Ior IS. The total Sor the innings was 134. McGill 43, Alder 29 (not out), and Green 23, being the principai scorers. Scures: Oakletgh. Cooker, b Ten:ings .. 6 Palmer, c Rice, b Jenniung 0 ince, c and b Jcuuings 7 Gieen, tlruown out ... 23 Lee, I.b.w., b Baxter .. I Tail, bJennlngs .. 0 McGill, c Hall, b Wright 43 Alder, not cut .. 29 West, c Rice, 1, McCallum 10 Ethcii, b. Wright .. 5 Bindlcy, b Wright .. 2 Sundries S - Total 134 S St. eorge's MILCallum, not out .. 39 Wright, not out .. 21 Total. 0 tor 60
Oakleigh Mechanics' Institute. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
Oakleigh Mechanics' institute. ANNUAL MEETING. d The annua' meeting of the above - was held on Tuesday evening, )f Mr A. H. Wilmonth (retiring pre 1 sident) in th- chair. Owing, as - it appears, to an electric light match on the bowling green and the a club'o sending another team away a d number of members were unable - to attend, only 20 being present f and several sending apologies. e The committee's report was read - by Mr W. Berry, hon. secretary, 1 and adopted on the motion of W Messrs Straede and Heale as follows: a During the past year your com c mittee has held 12 meetings, and a the attendance has been satis I factory. In February last a con t ference was held with the Borough f Council with a view to the muni I cipalisation of the building. In June your committee increased the caretaker's salary from £65 to £72. Your president, Mr Wilmoth, in vited 12 members of the Oakleigh Bowling Club to a pleasant even ing at billiards, resulting in a win for the Institute's team. In J...
Clayton. CONCERT ON RECREATION GROUND. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
SClayton. CONCERT ON RECREATIOI GROUND. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. A moonlight concert was hell on Saturday evening on the Clay ton Recreation ground in aid a the funds and was a great financia and social success. The corn mittee will clear a substantial pro fit, and this was only the first of series of similar entertainments an( created a very favorable impres sion, it was a happy augury o those to follow. The committe, p: -hbased six acres from Mr Moy la , at (103 per acre, which is a fa indication of the values ruling ut r the railway line, Public subscriptions amount tc x_50, and A450 was borrowed or mortgage. iThe concert was ir aid of the payment of interest and sinking fund. A concrete wickel has been put down and a lot oi voluntary work done on the ground by enthusiastic local sports, under the direction of Mr Hanney and his son Frank, who spare no energy to improve the ground. The lat ter fixed up the platform, and both it and the wind-guards and light ing were a credit alike to...
The Oakleigh Carnival COMPLETING ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
The Oakleigh Carnival COMPLETING ARRANGE MENTS. A meeting of the committee was held on Thursday evening, Cr Andrew, Mayor (Chairman). A letter was received from Miss Edmonds, offering to defray all the expenses of the evening enter tainment for the sum of .?8 Accepted on the motion of Messrs Gillespie and Knight. Mr Munyard offered to provide a merry-go-round, with men to work it, for the sum of £7/5/ -- It was decided to advertise for alternative tenders, right or supply, the President and Secretary to decide on most suitable offer. The Program. Mr Gillespie reported on Novelty Bicycle Race, describing its method, and it was decided to have a tug-of-war and a pony high jump, the latter for £3 prize, subject to the trustees approval being obtained, and the secretary was instructed to write to the Glen Waverley Sports Committee for use of barrier. The Procession. Mr Gillespie said he did not see any chance of a procession being successful, as those who would take part would have no t...
Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 30 January 1915
Bowls Maltern-Caulfield brought up to Oaklcigh on Tuesday night last three rinks led by Francis, Chal mer and Jacobs, and were opposed on behalf of Oakleigh by Captains Randall, Rowlands and Bligh, and after a good game victory rested with the Oakleigh Club. The visitors, after partaking of light refreshments, left to catch their train well pleased with the night's outing and expressing keen appre ciation of the true playing of the green. This will be gratifying to Mr Worseidine, the greenkee per. who has made wonderful improve ments since he has been in charge. At these electric light matches, or at any time, the bowlers would be pleased to see more of the public present ; again a cordial invitation is given to come along. Today Oakleigh A play at Oak leigh against Elsternwick a friendly match and the B team will journey to Dandenong. An Oakleigh rink (Messrs Wal ker, Secomb, Geggie and Thom son) playing in the Windsor Tour nament have won all their heats so far, and the members wi...
Cricket. OAKLEIGH B v. E. MALVERN PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 February 1915
Cricket. COAKEIGH ! v. 1;. MALVERN P "SE iYT"RANS. This matc&l was' concluded on Saturdayi last and resulted in a win for Oakleigh by 71 runs on the 1st .nuinigs. Scores: First innings 169 East Malvern Welch, c, b McCarron 24 Tiley, b McCarron 0 Muun, c W. Pollard .. 3 Walker, b Cooper .. 0 Edwards, b Insall ... 43 Williams, run out .. 5 Wicks, b J Insall .. 15 Cuiminug, c. b Insall ... 4 Rust, c, b Insall ... 0 Sundries 3 Total 98 Bowling-McCarron, 3 for 23; Cooper, I for 34; Parr, 0 for 20; J. Insall, 1 for 15; Webb, 0 for 1; S. Insall, 3 for 0
Oakleigh Borough Council [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 February 1915
Oakleigh Borough Council' The ordinary m.eeting of the above was held on Tue-day even alg. Present - Crs Andrew (Mayor). Brine, Corr, Clements, Davey, Farmers, ! [unt, Knight and W'estley. Correspcondeuce. From W. S. Sandiiands re cros sings-Granted under usual con ditlons. Vro: \Vest W'ard Progress As sociation ic additional lamp.- Re ferred to llghti ng-.committee. From same re subway-Already brought und,:r notice of the Conm missioners. From same re asphalt crossing Kangaroo ro:td-Referred to fore man for report. From H. C- Scobie re channel ling Poath road--Resolved on motion of Crs Brine and Farmers that levels be taken. and work started as early as possible. From Mrs . Chiffox'd, Burling ton square, requesting refund of building fee, .1., 61-, paid by her late husband for house, which she is unable to go on with-Resolved on motion of Crs Knight and Corr that under the circumstances the fee be refunded. From W. J. Bolch re Wah Hlap's complaint, stating that he get over the fenc...
Oakleigh Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 February 1915
Oakleigh Brass Band. At the meeting of the Citizens Committee on Wednesday evening, Mr J. Conlan, collector, reported receipt of 1i/1l/- further dona tions to the Uniform Fund. He was accorded a hearty vote of thanks for his work and voted the sum of 25/- In reply he said that about.L22 had been collected, .and he was pleased to be )f service to the Band and the district. The following donations are acknow ledged with thanks: Mrs Bryant ..L1 1 0 Mr Considine .. 1 1 '0 Mr Perris .. 1 1 0 Mr Keyston .. 1 0 0 Mr McLean 1 0 0 Mr Hale .. 1 1 0 Cr Knight .. 1 . O Cr Andrew .. 0 10 6 ?Mr W. Stewart 0-10 0 Mr Uhlhorn .. 0 10 0 Mr Fitzgerald .. 0. 10 0 "Bass Solo" .. 010 0 Mr Norman .. 0 10 0 Mr Griff .. C 10 0 Mr Probati -. 0 10 0 Messrs Anderson and Sandon .. 0 10 6 Mr Roddick :. 0 5 0 Mr Watt .. 0 5 0 Mr A. Rowlands .. 0 5 0 Mr W. Blackburn .. 0 5- 0 Miss Corke .. 0 5 0 Miss F. Jones .. 0 1 0 Miss Hocking .. 0 5 0 Mr Weightman .. 0- 5 0 Mr W. A. Trenwith 0 5 0 Mr G. Tadgell .. 0 5 0 Mr Bu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 February 1915
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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 February 1915
Saturday, February 6, 1915. LOCAL & (jENERAL An interesting letter received by Miss Lily Whitbourn from Egypt will appear in our next issue. Roddicks, Atherton road, Com plete General Drapers and Boot sellers. Large stock and variety to choose from at low prices. We are known for our quality and value. A meeting of parents and friends of pupils of the Oakleigh State school will be held in the School on Thursday evening next, 11th February. to consider and arrange for the annual picnic. A full at tendance is requested. The Victorian Club Races will be held on Wednesday next, 10th ii::l.. at Saudowvn-park A good ji ggraiu i., published. "We draw attention to advertise lielnt of Miss Gladys Davies, who is a highly gifted and qualified :aclher of the pianoforte; her cer :ificate is the highest obtainable. tier address is Garden-av., Glen Juntly, and Glen's, Collins-st. Jiss Davies will call upon intend ug pupils if address is left at this ffice. MIr Hawthorne Taite, surgeon lent...