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Mulgrave Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 13 March 1915
Mulgrave Shire Council The monthly meeting of the above.was held on Thursday even ing last. Present-Crs McLorinan (President), Jordan, Coleman, Stocks, Aurisch, Stewart, Wilson, Forster and Closter. Wellington Road; Mr R. Barker presented a peti tion from 25 ratepayers protesting against the proposed work on the Wellington road, as an embank ment would be svept away by the first heavy flood, and submitting that the money could be better spent on the road from Snob's Hill to the Creek. He submitted three photos of the road in flood three years ago, and stated that it would go over any future embankment if there was no get away for thewater. A 50ft culvert would be required. Everyinan on the road had signed the petition. A foot bridge would answer the purpose, except per haps once in every four years, when the water would be too deep for vehicular traffic. Cr Aurisch: I dd not favor afoot bridge, which would-be dangerous and the council would be liable. The President: This work would ...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 13 March 1915
To THE EDITOR. Sir,-I note in your last issue the account of the council meeting held on the 2nd inst, and' the re port of'the Engineer re works be ing carried out. That gentleman is worthy of the sympathy of all good ratepavers in having his hopes shattered re lack of rain. But what sort of rain did he ex pect? was it to be mixed with common filling as on last Monday, or with marl, or mayhap, a handy steam roller. I would like to ask our Engineer if he ever heard of 7 to 9 inches of loose-practically unrolled metal-without anything added, being bound into a good level road by the influence of rain. If that were the case some parts of Gippsland would have a different reputation to what they bear at pre sent. I should like to hear some of the councillors- on this matter. Trusting some of our streets on the south side will have the same chance as the .ratepayers of being crushed by the' roller. I am, yours, etc., ONLY A RATEPAYER.
Bowling Club Bazaar. Concert in Aid. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 13 March 1915
Bowling Club Bazaar. Concert in Aid. There was a large and apprecia tive gathering on Saturday evening last at the Oakleigh green, the occasion being a concert in aid of the bazaar for raising funds to make necessary improvements. An excellent program was rendered by local artists, and the patriotic note struck in the beginning evoked a hearty response from the audience. Mrs Kitson ably ac companied throughout. Hail, Smiling Morn! was the opening number, freshly and buoyantly rendered by the Glee Party. Mrs Blackburn and Miss Edwards sang with good effect the duet, Come Sing to Me. Then followed the well-known and popular patriotic song, Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue, by Mrs Davis, who received a hearty encore for her spirited rendering and sang It's a Long Way to Tipperary, which was eq tally well received; the audience joined in the chorus of both these songs. Miss Phyllis Smith sang Australia's Boys in fine style, the company joining in the chorus, and Mr Davis gave a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 13 March 1915
Business lotices. 1t will Vay Vou T shop THE CEDERAL DRAPERS BOOTSELLERS Tel. 150 Oak. AT AT R 0 d d herton road, Mr The Old Estabishecd "a Grocery, Coffe, and Tea Stores, Opposite Railway Stfion ,ntrance. es Prorietor Freshly Roasted Coffee Beans Ground to Order. Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. Noted shop for Hams and ?cora. Sole Agent fox-VaCUUrn Oil Cov's. Perfection Stoves and Room Healers. Established 1379. FOR A FAS ]'1ABLE 'U]T TRY 'has. BULTON 419 ourk e=st., M ibourne (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar) Be ~ist Floor) Fit, Style and Workmanship Guaranteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Private " Iona," Atherton Road, Oakleigh aAddress Suits to Suit Everyone. Open till 10 o'clock Friday .Nights and 1 p.m. on Saturdays. j GEO. 97. W MGILL - °' TAILOR AND MERCER. Portman Street, Oakleigh, also So Swanston Street, ......... Melbourne ......... Sac Suits from 63/-, Fit and Style Guaranteed. Gentlemen's Miercery at less than City Prices. Ladies' Costumes a Specialty. --- aflSn Cai. Suits to S?it Everyo...
CLUB XI v. RICHMOND MASCOTTES. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 13 March 1915
CLUB XI v. RICHMOND MASCOTTES. This match was played on the local ground on Saturday last and resulted in an easy win for the home team by 4 wickets and 93 runs. The locals batted first and started badly, 3 wickets falling for 11 runs. Hatt and Burton then carried the score to 109, when the former was bowled for 49, and Burton reached 47 when he was bowled by Henderson. Betts and Prime carried the score to 134, when time was called. The field ing of the locals was excellent. Scores Oakleigh. Lothian, b Bainbridge .. 8 Bennett, b Henderson .. 0 Thompson, b Henderson 0 Cooper, b Henderson 3 Hatt, b Henderson .. 49 Burton, b Henderson .. 47 Betts, not out .. 14 Prime, not out ... 6 Sundries 7 Total, 6 for 134 Richmond Mascottes. Henderson, c Burton b Hatt 14 Chalmerdon, run out ... 2 Wheldan, b Hatt ... 8 McLeish, c Bennett, b Hatt 7 Balnbridge, c Lothian, b Hatt .. .. 8 Brown, b Burton .. 1 Lynn, b Hatt .. 0 Connell, not out .. 1 Ryan, b Hatt .. 0 Ross, b Hatt .. 0 Sundries 0 Total 41...
SPRINGVALE DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. FINAL MATCH. OAKLEIGH E. v. DANDENONG B. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 13 March 1915
SPRINGVALE DISTRICT ASSOCA-TIOlN. FIN'AL MATCH. OAKLEIGI E. v. DANDE NONG B. This match was commenced at Springvale on Saturday last. Dan denong took first possession of the wickets and at the close of the day's play had lost 8 wickets for 204 runs. Vendy 62, Mitchell 70 and Carter 30 batted well for Dan denong. The fielding and bowl ing of the Oaklelgh players was very poor, and they will want to " wake-up" to retain the premier ship. Scores: Dandenong B. Tress, b Clayton .. 8 Vendy, b S. Davidson ... 62 Mitchell, b Clayton .. 70 Veal, b Raymant ... 11 Slater, b Young ..- 4 McCarthy, b Young .. 5 Burgess, c, b N. Davidson 2 Carter, b Clayton .. 30 Laver' not out .. 12 Total, 8 for 204
CLAYTON RESERVE [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 13 March 1915
CLAYTON RESERVE At a meeting of the trustees of the Clayton recreation reserve the secretary, Mr F. J. Creswick, pre- sented a list of names of those who had donated towards the recreation reserve. There was a small amount still due and the members of the trust made up the deficiency amongst themselves. Appended is the list of names, together with a statement of receipts and dis- bursements. The balance sheet was received and adopted. J Moylan .. . .. . 25 2 -6 Mr and Mrs Duerdin.. 5 10 0 Cr W McLorinan .. 5 2 6 F A Bunny .. .. 5-2 6 W Bunny .. .. -5 2 6 Cr W H Stewart .. 5 2 6 D Scott .. -5 -26 EM Dixon .. 5 0 0 R Gentry .. 3 12 0 Melbourne Hunt Club 3 3 0 G Crawford .. 2 4 6 HE Russell .. 2 4 6 Cr B'Aurisch .. 2 4 6 R Cooper .. 2 3 6 A Jack .. 2 2- 0 FKnight - .. 2. 2 0 ALongmuir- .. 2 2" 0 R Longmuir 2 2 0 WRyan .. 2 2 '0 T Newton .. 2 2 0 J Scott .. 2- 0 0 Miss Kerr . I 1 0 EEBunny .., 1 1 0 W J JPerris .. 1 1 0 W Mazzoletti .. 1 '1 0 EJBonham .. 11 0 Miss D.Murphy .. 1 1 0 RR H...
NOTTING HILL v. ERRATICS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
NOTTING HILL v. ERRATICS' This match was played on I Saturday last on the grounid of the E former, resulting iu a win for Nit- .' tiug Hill. Helen, bowling for the fi visitors, was very successful with the ball, securing 6 wickets for 6 B runs, including the hat trick. l The t following are the scores:-- - Erratics. Oakley, b Doo!an .- 1" Nutt, c and b Bailey 1 Howes, b Doolan 9 McCleery, b Bailey . 9 Cohen, not out 17 Helen, c Beveridge b Bailey 0.. 0 Hansen, b Bailey .. A. Hansen, c W. Beveridge b Doolan .. 0 W. Beacom, c and b Doolan 0 H. Beacom, b Doolan .. 14 Hansen. b.Doolan .. 2 Sundries .. 3 Total ' 56 Bowling: - Doolan, 6 for 22; Bailey, 4 for 27; W.'Bevpridge- 0 for 4. Notting Hill. Doolan, b Oakley .. 7 - C. Beacom, b Howes .. 3 W. Beveridge, b Helen .. 19 A; Beveridge, b Helen ,.. 22 Doherty, b Cohen .. 0 B..Beacom, hit wicket b Helen .. 5 G. Gunthfier7rHelen .. 0 Bailey, run out . 7 Hendrick, b Helen .. I Butcher, not out 0 Jeffries, b Helen .. 0 Sundries ..7 Total . 71...
OAKLEIGH v. DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
OAKLEIGH E. v. DAN DENONG. 7 Dandenong-1st Innings' 223 Oakleigh E. Hart, h McCarthy .. 6 S. Davidsou, I.b.w. b Mitchell .. 1 Gough, run out .. 47 Ravn'mant, c - L1,ver .. 13 C'ayto!, c b Mitchell .. 2 YVciig, not out .. 27. N. Davidson, b McCarthy 23 P. Hart, b Mitchell' .. 18 Reid, b Mitchell .. . 0 Roscoe, b Mitchell .. 0 Roach, b Mitchell .. 0. Sundries 17, Total 154
OAKLEIGH CLUB XI v. KEW TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
OAKLEIGH CLUB XI v. KEW TRINITY. The above match was played at Oakleigh on Saturday last and the visitors ran out winners by the narrow margin of one run after a very interestiun tussle. Captain Burton and his men tried hard to win. A. Traill's bowling proved disastrous to the opposing team by securing 5 wickets f:r 20 runs. Geo. Hatt kept up the bombard ment and disposed of 3 wickets for 17 of the "best", the last one no doubt being the "worst." Kew Trinity. Allan, l.b.w. b Traill .. 4 Backman, c Cummins, b Traill .. 8 Jewery, b Hatt .. 1 Anderson, c Parr, b Traill 6 C. Rose, b Traill .. 9 Scanlon, c Lothian b Burton .. 10 McDonald, b Hatt .. 17 Baldock, b 1-att .. 4 Richardson, c Burton, b Hatt-.. Sundries 4 Total 64 Oakleigh. J. C. Betts, b Anderson.. 0 A. Prime, c & b Anderson 0 V. Cumings, c Allen .. 5 C. Bur'on, c & b Anderson 0 Geo. Hatt, b Roe .. 16 C. Cooper, b Allan .. 11 A. 'Thompson, b Anderson 6 A ! EInett, c McDonald b Rose .. 6 W. :L'.hi+n, b Richardso...
OAKLEIGH v. ST. GEORGE'S. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
OAKLEIGH v. ST. GEORGE'S. This match was concluded on Saturday last and resulted in a win for St. George's by 19 runs on the ist innings. Scores: St George's. Baxter, c Ince, b McGill 2 Kennedy, c Green, b West 16 Chandler, c Lee, b Palmer 17 Hall, c Bindley, b McGill 16 Rush, c Cooper, b McGill 20 Jennings, b West 0 McCallum, cTait, b Bindley 10 Wright, b Bindley .. 13 Brookes, not out ... 14 Russell, l.b.w., b Bindley. 0 Rice, b Palmer .. 0 Sundries 22 Total 130 Bowling -- Bindley, 3 . for 19; McGill, 3 for 36; West, 2 for 26; Palmer, 2 for 27. Oakikigh Cooper, b Wright .. 22 Ince, b Wright .; 24 Green, b Wright .. - 0 Looker, c sub, b Jennings 15 Alder, c Wright, b Jennings 9 McGill, l.b.w., b Jennings 1 Lee, run orit ... .. 6 Tait, bWright .. 4 Palmer, run out- .. 7 West, c Chandler, b Jen nings .. 10 Bindley, not out .. 0 Sundries 13 Total 111 Bowling-Jennings, 4 for 32; Wright, 4 for 34.
Cricket. Borough v. Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
BoroughZ v. Shire. On Saturday last Borough and Shire counciliors, laying aside for a brief period the cares of office, held a friendly game of cricket on the Clayton recreation reserve. The weather was fine and the ground, which would be all the better for the Borough roller pass ing over it, was in fair condition. There was a large gathering- of the youth and beauty of the district to witness the match between our local administrators and encourage them in their efforts Victory lay with Oakleigh, which has a long way to go before it can cry quits with the Mu!grav::- players, the city defeating the country by 6 ;uns. Mulgrive's faith lay in Mr Gco. Moir and Oakleigh's in Mr Wilmnoth, bn, alas, for human hopes they w re both dismissed with oniy 1 .un each. McColl made the highest score (17) for Muigrave, retiring when time was called, and Hunt the highest (38) for Oakleigh, being bowled by McLorinan. "Ducks" were fairly numerous, especially on Oakleigh's side. Afternoon tea was prov...
The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
The Rainfall. ,Ir 3,nso:, r::ports as follows: ebrtuary, 1 .3 ... '76;i1 Do. av-rage 7;revio:s 29yrs 1'5.i~1 Do., 1914 .. .. ... "iTi Two months., 1915 .. 3 "09: Do. average prcvious 29yrs 3'72i1 Do., 1914 ... ... ... 1'56in IMr «W. Andrs.ou,, Nottinz Hill, reports: - February, 1915 .. 50 points Do., 1914 .. .. 8 points
Net liabilities at date. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Net liabilities at date. , "Times" 2 11 6 ,, Wilkinson & Gillespie 1 18 0 ,, G. McGill 1. 0 7 ,, Mrs Mitchell 0 10 6 --£6 0 7 It was resolved that the club enter a lower grade--viz., Federal -and failing same the second grade Commonwealth. The election of officers resulted as follows:-President, Mr A. G. Harston ; vice-presidents, Messrs G. McGill, K. J. McLean and J. Geggie ; secretary, Mr E. W. Ethell ; treasurer, Mr T. H. Goulding ; committee, Messrs Heale, C. Couper, H. Tait and Bennett ; selection commiittee, Messrs H. McLean and Heale ; delegates to Association, Messrs H. Tait and Bennett ; recreation reserve committee, Messrs WV. J. Young and E-eale ; auditor, MXr S. G. Young. It was resolved that an account be opened in the Savings Bank, the secretary and treasurer to sign. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to the retiring President and it was resolved that a letter of thanks be forwarded to Mr V. XV. Orr for past services.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Pitner.s-T (; ; ?'ON .ad W. SCl'I1 S:AN1 DILLA.DS~ AUCT7ONER. s.and, Fin~ercia-l and Insurance Farm and Proporty Sa'osmon . SIWORN VALUAruOR for tii. PARISI OF MULGRAVE. Y'LUt.ATOR FBF BOROUGH OF o.\K LEIGH. " Money to Lend. I,:,rni Properties. H ouses' and land fur -al*h n Easy Terms. Farms an:l Villa n ;.*-t in O4kl!e;n h and !)istriet. Send tal ti.-nlara of your Properties you wish t,, Sell ir Let. Clients waiting. Ilead Office--Portumau streee.,,near Statho OA. L ??LE IG Lltranch Offices at Broa.lvay, .Oakleigl" - nd Glcn Waverley. NOTE-Mr C:vmdilands can be consulted at his puivate- residence, "ivy Court." .ark Road, Oaekli.gh, after office hours l'elephone 59. Oakleigh Telephone :No 19. Oa.kleigh ' Kx:han?e W. C.R BNS N Auctioneer House, Land &- Financial Agent Station Parade, Oakleigh Rents Collected Agent for Norwich Union Insurance Com pany, Workers' Compensation and Live Stock Insurances. and London and TLancashire Insurance Company Houses, Land and Farms for Sale ...
Sundries. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Sundries. ,, Stationery & stamps 0 5 11. ,, Ribbon for tickets 0 4 3 ,,-Hire of room (meetings) 0 10 B0 , Bank charges 0 10 0 ,, Wreath 010 0 ,, Repairs, etc.0 5 02 2 .5 2 ,, Cash at E. S. & A. Bank 0 5. 0 p35 12 2 Statement of Liabilities. Season 1913. L,, ess paid off asper statement £5 6. 7 "Liabilities incurred during season 1914. ,, G. McGill, uniforms 1 0'7 7 ,, Wilkinson & Gillespie, footballs 1 18 0 "Times," printing 2 11 6 ,, Mrs Mitchell wa hing towels 0 10 6 607
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Wanted 1)UPILS wanted for Pen Painting and Sho:thand. Apply " Elite" Tea R'orous, Eaton street. oak!cig?h. 7AN'TED - Landscape Gardening. 'Gravel Paths, or Trellis; Trellis or Job. Painting a Speciality. Apply J STiEVENS. lc!o Mrrs Carroll, Coffee '.alace. Oakleighi oamlelt.. Caul ield and 7,rntree 6ullv times '7 c waieh is incorporated " The '-:c. ieh and 3JIalra're Guardian" Saturday, March 20, 1915. WjVe Suf)V You High-Class Groceries Best Brands of Dairy Produce Ch ~ p Lines in Crockery & Cutlery Pirsts grade I-onmongery aenuine Chmff ad Cerecis Berr y Co, 3)O V (Opp. State Savings Banh) Tel. 7 Oakicigh Th Ok heim t. Published every PER 1VK Saturday morning OF every description executed at moderate cost, combined with First class workmanship. - HE1LP Your District by.... Patronising the Local Press. Atherton road, Oakleigh !a ; \I V I7 ' ( ?i..LL ý . want, and that is what you get here. e Children's U Drapery 0 There is not a single disappointment .. awaiting yon but the...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
LOCAL & GENERAL The services in the Presbyterian Church, Oakleigh, will be held to morrow morning at 1 and evening at 7. Preacher, Rev D. G. McCrea. Free seats. Books provided. Stainer's "Crucifixion" will be rendered on Monday evening, 29th March, at 3 o'clock, in the Con gregational Church by a united choir. Admission free; collection. Those owing accounts to the late firsm of Giles Daniel, Portman-st., Oakleigh, are requested to pay same either at the shop or Miss Daniel's private residence, " New ton:tbb,.:t," Palmerston grove. We are Stocktaking and are p"tting out numerous lines at greatly -educed prices-Blouses Ir/5t, C ,st'ues 4/ L -less than ct price. Many other bargains to .Suit the times. Roddick's, Atherton road. On Saturday afternoon, April 10, at 3 o'clock, Newton and Co will offer by public auction in their rooms, Portman street, Oakleigh. that well-known freehold property, the Post-office Hotel, facing Dan denong road, Clayton, with eight acres of land. Full ...