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OAKLEIGH B. v. MURRUMBEENA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 February 1915
OAKLE1G B.t -.. MURRUM BEENA. This match was couludcd on the 13th February, resulting in a win for Murrumbeena on the first in nings by 126 runs. Murrumbeena scored 197 runs in their first in nings, Day 47, Jackson, run out, 48, L. Bristowe 38 and W Bris towe 24 batted well for Murrum beena. Oaklelgh scored 71 in their first innings, and lost 5 wickets for 172 in their second. G. Pollard 75 and McCarron, not out 58, batted in splendid form. Scores: Oakleigh. First Icnings 71 2nd Innings. G. Pollard, c, b Jackson 75 Seamark, b Wilde 1 McCarron, not out 58 Insall, b L. Bristowe 20 Haines, b L Bristowe 3 Mason, c, b Young 5 Total, 5 for 172 Baowing - Jackson, 1 for 26; Wilde, I for 18; L. Bristowe, 2 for 23; Young, 1 for 6. Murrumbeena Blacker, b Seamark 7 Drummond, c, b Seamuark 2 W. Bristowe, c, b Seamark 24 Young, c, b Webb 9 L. Bristowe, b Webb 38 Day, b Pollard 47 Jackson, run out 48 . Dick, not out 5 -cHansen, b McCarron 6 Wilde, b MlcCarron 0 Covre, b Seamark 0 Sundries 10 Tctal...
No Licence Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 February 1915
No Licence Demonstration. A public meeting in connection with the question " No Licence," to be submitted to the vote of the people in 1917, was held in the lMethodist School-hall on Tuesday evening. The Rev R. E. Hooper, who presided, congratulated the promoters on the fine gathering. The work of No Licence reform concerned everybody. No man can live unto himself or a self centred life. The great difficulty with which they were faced was the compromlise shown by the public and the press. Only by co-operation and unity of effort could they hope to win out in this great fight. (Applause.) Mr J. G. Barrett (Secretary of tile Victorian Alliance)_.said he wished to give the audience a bird's-eye view of work in other countries, and incidentally refer to the great fight in 1917. There was a time when temperance re formers had to apol!ogise for their appearance on the public platform, but that was past. Politically and socially the temperance question underlay all others-housing, old age ...
Home Defence. RIFLE CLUB FORMED IN OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 February 1915
Horme Defence. RIFLE CLUB FORMED IN OAKLEIGH. On Monday evening a public meeting was held in the Mechanics' Hall for the purpose of urging the formation of a Rifle Club to in struct thescitivens in shooting and drill. The attendance was dis appointing, only about 90 being present. Proceedings opened with selections by thle Oakleigh Brass Band and the singing of the National Anthem. The Mayor (Cr Andrew), who presided, said-: Some three weeks ago the iord Mayor of Melbourne called a con.ereuce of the 24 metropolitan municipalities for the phrpose of forming rifle clubs ,here none existed. Twenty municipalities were represented and it was resiolved that voluntary national reserve forces be formed for home defence. I attended that - conference and reported to my council, which decided to call a public meeting. I have to apo!o gise for the ab'oenuce of Sir Frank Mr Iiaughton, town clerk, moved the first resolution-That this meeting of the citizens of Oakleigh and district approves of an...
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, February, 25. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 February 1915
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, February, 25. Before Messrs Henry and Jor dan, J's.P. William Mazzoletti, Clayton, applied for and was granted a carrier's licence. Debt. H. Anderson & Co. sued the following and obtained orders as follows:--H. \Villiams, 55/5/10, with 26;- costs ; Mrs M.illbanke, £3/15/ltt, with 15/6 costs ; J. Carroll, £.4/12/9, with 15/6 costs ; NMr Lang, £3/9/10, with 15/6 costs T. Jones v. J. Bowman, £9/11i/6 Order for anlount, with 15/6 costs. Truancy. Sergt. Stallard v. Charles Merri mian, aged 12 years 4 months. Mrs Merriman appeared and said tihe boy had been bitten by a dog and sihe sent an excuse. Fined 2/- Same v. A Kelly, fined 2/6; Joulhn O'DI)ea, fitned 2/6 ; James Ralph, fined 2/6 each in tv.o cases, )David Burrn, fined 2/- ; Win. Bridle, fined 2/- ;James Bingley, fined 2/-. Work and Labor. James Murphy v. Richard Dyos, claint 17/- There was great con flict of evidence as to the terms agreed upon; an order was made Sfor 101-, with 5/- costs.
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, February, 25. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 February 1915
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, February, 25. Before Messrs Henry and Jor dan, J's.P. William Mazzoletti, Clayton, applied for and was granted a carrier's licence. Debt. H. Anderson & Co. sued the following and obtained orders as follows:--I-. \Villiams, 55/5/10, with 26;- costs ; Mrs Millbanke, £3/15/ltt, with 15/6 costs ; J. Carroll, £l4/12/9, with 15/6 costs ; NMr Lang, £3/9/10, with 15/6 costs T. Jones v. J. Bowman, £9/11/6 Order for amnount, with 15,'6 costs. Truancy. Sergt. Stallard v. Charles Merri mian, aged 12 years 4 months. Mrs Merriman appeared and said the boy had been bitten by a dog and she sent an excuse. Fined 2/- Samev. A Kelly, fined 2/6; Johu O'DI)ea, fitned 2/6 ; James Ralph, fite?d 2/6 each in tv.o cases, )David Burn, fined 2/- ; Win. Bridle, fined 2/- ;James Bingley, fined 2/-. Work and Labor. James Murphy v. Richard Dyos, claimn 17/- There was great con flict of evidence as to the terms agreed upon; an order was made Sfor 10/-, with 5/- costs,
Clayton Recreation Ground Second Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 February 1915
Clayton Recreation Giround Second Entertainment. On Saturday evening last there was a large gathering of residents and visitors on the Clayton rec reation ground, the occasion being the second concert in aid of the funds. The Clerk of the Weather favored the district and bestowed his showers elsewhere; they will be welcome later on. Mr Keast, M.L.A., was to have been chair man, but could not att~nd as he was away in the country and sent an apology. The chair was well filled by Mr F. Bunny. The en tertainment, which partook of a military character, in keeping with these warlike times, opened with the singing of the National An them. The members of the Aus tralian Girls' Nursing Corps and the 53rd B Cadets from the Haw thorn district were drawn up on the platform, and after an overture played by Miss Heath and Messrs Ellis and a song by Miss ?lcCul loch, the corps gave a realistic first-aid display. It took the form of an attack in full view of- the audience, the wounded being car rie...
Friendly Societies' Bazaar Allotting the Stalls. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 February 1915
Friendiv Societies' Bazaa A?o?tting the Slatls. A co:mml.tee meeoging was hae on February 17 at St Alipius' H?all when thie stalls at the forthicomin, bazaar were allotted as follows: Shooting gallery and hoop-la Dt?ids' Lodge; refreshments -Manchester Unity Oddfellows geueral and fancy, Hibcrnians produce, the Foresters; jumble Australian Nativ:s' Association flowers and plants, fuIndependen Order of Oddfellows; sweets, thi Rechabites. Thile lady friends of the various !odges are particularly requested tc attend a meeting to be held on Wednesday next, 3rd March, to discuss and arrange various mat ters in connection with the bazaar. The gentlemen feel that withont the valued assistance of the fair sex their efforts will be in vain. In regard to the bazaar, the date of which is not yet fixed, it is generally known that the object in view is to assist ;any members in distress through want of employ ment. It is to the interest of the various societies to keep their iembers good on the ...
WEST WARD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 February 1915
WEST WtAiRD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. To THiE ErrTOR. Sir,-As a rumor-has been mali ciously spread that this Associa tion has been captured by a cer tain political body, we wish to emphatically state on behalf of the committee and members that the statement is untrue. The West ,Ward Progress As sociation knows no politics except the betterment of our locality, aind would be pleased, should any of our critics have any doubt, for them to attend our meetings and judge for themselves. Trusting you will kindly give this prominence. We are, yours, etc., HENRY J. LEE, President. D. MIASTER.TON, Secretary.
Borough Works [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 March 1915
fB'orough Works Cr Knight reported at the coun cil meeting on Tuesday night on inspection of the work done; par ticularly in the South Ward, as follows: Acting on the request of your council to investigate and report upon the condition of the work done or being carried out under the various contracts in Borough, the committee anpointed by the council investigated the various streets on Monday, March Ist, in conjunction with Mr Langford. We have pleasure in reporting as under: 1 Railway fence on Hzaughton Road-This is a very bad piece of work, and we consider the only thing to do to make a satisfactory job is to replace all the posts with new ones and cut the angle rails off at the joints and refit to new posts, and the ground to be levelled along the fence and pickets cut more level at the bottom 2 Haughton Road - We sunk eight testing holes at various places along the street and found an aver age depth of metal, 7. inches, after rolling. The specifications are 3 inches before rolli...
The Oakleigh Carnival COMPLETING ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 March 1915
The Oakleigh Carnival COIPLETING ARRANGEMENTS. The Committee met on Mouday evening. Present - Cr Andrew (President), Crs Knigh:t, Clements, Messrs Barker, Ceruttv, Fitzpat rick, Joyce. Hieaie, Eisbury, Jas. Fisher, Henry, IElsbury, Wybb, and Finch (secretary). A Ietter was r..ceived from Hon R. Beckett, enclosing a donation of 10/6-Thanks to be forwarded. MIr Cerutty said that in regard o the office of treasurer, to which he had been elected in place of Mr Blackburn. resigned, for the next four weeks hie would be aittending an officers' school at Broadmea dows, but would attend the meet ings and Carnival and do what he could. The secretary reported arranging for merry-go-round and hoop-la guaranteeing f1 for the former and getting 10/- for the latter-Action endorsed on motion of Messrs Fitz patrick and Clements. SThe secretary reported that Mr Buchanan had offered-to supply soft drinks, fruit and confectionery and pay 10/- for the right - Ac cepted on motion of Messrs Knight and Fis...
CLUB XI v. RICHMOND A.N.A [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 March 1915
CLUB XI v. RICHMOND A.N.A This match was played at Oak leigh last Saturday, when the visitors won by 28 runs. Thomp son 20 and Bennett 21 batted well for the locals. Scores: Olkleigh. Prime, bYouur .. 2 Betts, std., b Yue .-- 5 Burton, b Yal .. 9 Hatt, b Young 0 Couper, b Youn n .. 3 Smytlhe, std., b Young 0 Thompson, b'Young .. 20 Bennett, b Graham .. 21 Harlock, c b Yon r ..--. 3 Lothian, not out .. 8 Andrews, b Graham .. 0 Sundries 1 Total 72 Richmond A.N.A. Nancarrow, c Betts, b Hatt 10 Barry, c Burton, b Hatt 0 Hanson, b Hatt .. O McIntosh, run out .. 30 Yule, c Thompson, b Hatt 15 Young, c Prime, b Smythe 9 Gregory, retired hurt 7 Graham, c Burton, b Thompson 17 Johnston, c Hatt, b Har lock I Clarke, not out 3 Newman, b Betts 1 Sundries 7 Total 100
CARNEGIE v. OAKLEIGH B. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 March 1915
CARNEGIE v; OAKLE]GH B. This match was concluded on Saturday last and resulted in a win for Oakl!eigh by 9 wickets and 4 runs. McCarron 41 was top scorer for Oakleigh. Scores: Oakleigh--lst innings. Seamark, c and b Crout 0 Atkins, b Hansen .. 0 McCarron, b George .,. _ 41 Cooper, c and b Crout ... 3 Incall, c and b Crout .. 5 Wearne. not out ... 16 Parr, b Riley ... C VWebb, b George ... 7 Sundries .11 Total 83 2nd Innings. Wearne, not out .. 4 Seamark, b Bowen .. 15 Sundries 4 .Total, 1-for- 23 Bowling -Crout, 3 for 15; Han sen, I for 9$ Riley, 1 for 16; George, 1 for 13. Carnegie. Ist Innings .. 64 Second Innings. Riley, c, b Cooper ... 20 George, b Cooper .. 10 Bowen, c, b-Insall .. I Hansen, c and b Insall 0 Cooper, b Insall - -. 1 Home, b Couper .. - 3 Sundries 2 Total 37 Bowling-Insall, 3 for 22; Webb 0 for 10 ; Cooper, 3 for 5.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 March 1915
Friendly Societies Bazaar. A MIeeting of Ladies interested in the above will be held next Wednesday alte noon, 10th March, at 3 o'chclck, in the lodge-room, Mechanics' Institute. ),tkleigh. Anyone willing to help will be welcomed. A full attendance is de sired BAZAAR In aid of further improvements in con nection with the Oakleigh District Bowling Club to bhe held at Mlechanics' Institute on FRIDAY and SATURDAY\ MARCH 12t!l and 13th, 3.30 to 10 p In. Mr Simeon Nathan (President Victorian Bowling Asscciation), will perform the opening ceremony J. B. MERIRYZ, Hin See Oakleigh Football Club The Annual Meeting of the above Club will bie held on the Stage, Me chanics' Hall. on MIarch 10, at S p nm. Business-To receive Annual Report and Balance-sheet, Election of Officer , General Business. Nominations to be in the hands of Treasurer, J. Gillespie, Station Buildings, not later than Mar. 8S V. W. ORR, Hon. See Clayton Recreation Reserve Official Opening Saturday. March 20I1h, at 2 p nm Fanc...
Cricket OAKLEIGH A v. CLAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 March 1915
Cricket OAKLEIGH A v. CLAYTON. This match was concuided last Saturday at Clayton and resulted in a win for Clayton by 28 runs on the first innings. Cayton--lst Innings .. 93 Oakleigh--lst Innirgs .. 65 Clayton-2nd Innings. W. Gartside, b Bindley ... O Axton, stp. Ince, b Palmer 47 Gartside, c, b West ... 70 Longnmuir, l.b.w., b WVest 1 J. Gartside, c. b West .. 6 Walker, b Bindley .. 24 Field c &b West .. O Scott, b West .. 2 Hanney, not out .. 3 C. Scott, b West ... O Richardson, c, b West .. 0' Sundries .. 8 Total 161 Bowling-West, 7 for 61; Bind ley, 2 for 38 ; Palmer, 1 for 31. Oakleigh-2nd uInnings. Ince, b Richardson .. 22 Bindley, c, b Field .. O Green, c, b Walker .. O Looker, c, b Axton .. 16 Lee, not out ... 14 Tait, c, b Axton .. - 0 Alder, not out .. 13 Sundries .. 11 5 for 76 Eowling - Walker, 1 for 3 ; Field, I for 4 ; Axton, 2 for 20 Richardson, I for 19.
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 March 1915
Saturday, Mlarch 6, 1915. LOCAL & GENERAL rOur report of the Borough Coun cl and list of Laurence road, Mul grave, donations to the Belgian - Relief Fund are held over till next week. The Shire of Mulgrave and the Borough of Oakleigh give notice re registration of dogs. The foriner also calls tenders for various works and gives notice re closed roads. The annual meeting of the Oak leigh Football Club takes place on Wednesday evening, MIarch 10, on the stage, Mechanics' Institute. Nominations of office-bearers must be in the hands of the treasurer, Mr Gillespie, not later than 8th March. We have a large stock of scarce lines and are selling at old prices and under in Drapery, Eaber dashery, Hosiery and Gloves - Buy now. Roddick's Stores, Atherton road. Mr Gus Orr, who has volun teered for'the front, was yesterday week presented by his fellow clerks at the Titles Offtice with a set of military brushes in case, and a leather money belt. IHe was a second lieutenant and O.C. in t...
The Oakleigh Brick Works. PICNIC & SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 6 March 1915
II 'lghe Oakleigh Brick Works. PICNIC & SPORTS. Officials - Chairman, MTr IH. Brewer ; hon. treasurer, Mr C. H. Cerutty ; hon. secretary, Mr HI. J. Chapman ;committee, Mlessrs A. F. Baxter, M. Rourke, A. Vines, W. Smith, WV. Mead, J. Mead, G. Callesen, M. Ley, J. Forbes, TV. Ford, H. H:ivon ; judges, Cr W. J. Andrew, Messrs Geo. Male, J. A. Edwards, and L. D. Berry; starters, Messrs W. Wauchope and H. Brewer ; handicappers, Messrs A. F. Baxter, H. Brewer, G. Callesen ; referee, Mr A. Baxter. The fourth annual picnic and sports of the Oakleigh Brick Works' Employees was held on Saturday last at Aspendale Park and proved a very enjoyable outing. There were six well loaded drags as compared with seven drags and a cab last year, but the lessened number did not diminish the jollity that charac terised the gathering, and after an enjoyable ride the company arrived at the rendezvous about 9.30. The weather was just warm enough to be pleasant, although the treasurer must have found ...