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THEY SAY. AN EPITOME OF FACT AND RUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
THEY SAY. 2 AN EPITOME OF FACT AND RUMOR. That the Clayton reserve will be officially opened this afternoon, when a fancy dress football match f will be played and other sports r carried out. That in the evening a grand c concert, with additional attractions, t will be held on the ground. t That the Oakleigh Photo Plays are becoming increasingly popular t under the new management. That a splendid series of war pictures will be shown tonight. That a successful meeting, con vened by the Mayor, was held last t week to assist the Belgian Relief t Fund. That we anticipate a generous response to the appeal for regular I weekly contributions, however t small, to the fund. That a good start has been made In several large donations by resi dents, and others will no doubt t follow their example. That all may help and systema tic giving will ensure a regular &lt; contribution for the relief of the Belgians. That the Oakleigh Carnival takes place on Saturday afternoon, 27th inst., and t...
Mulgrave Shire Council Clerk of Works Report [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Mulgrave Shire Council Clerk of Works Report I beg to report that during the past month the contractors for the delivery of maintenance metal have been greatly hampered by the diiculty of obtaining trucks, but that they have made fair progress. A pitched drain has been put in from Murphy's in Carinish road to Clayton road. Portions of the water tables on the High street, \Varrigal, Springvale, Clayton, Carinish and other roads have been cleaned out and footpaths formed. The decking on the bridge over the Dandenong Creek on the Wellington road has been repaired, but in doing that work it was found that some of the string ers were in bad order and I would recommend that the attention of the Ferntree Gully Council be called to the state of the bridge. Most of the brown stone quarried in the Old Man's Hill Quarry has been carted to Gallagher's, Ste phens afrd other roads. A traction engine which went along the War rigal road on the 17th ult damaged every culvert on the road ; the two no...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Business Notices. RO SDI F(9 It wi1l pay Vou to shop THE GENERAL BOOTSELLERS Tel. 150 Oak. AT - AT R o Atherton road, ROdd S OAKILEiH zre The Old Established º Grocery, Coffee, and Tea Stores, Opposite Railway Station Entrance. S1G 01es Danie Proprieor Freshly Roasted Coffee Beans Ground to Order. Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. Noted shop for Hams and Bacon. Sole Agent for-Vacuumd Oil Cow's. Perfection Stoves and Room Heaters. Established 179. FOR A FASHIONABLE SUIT TRY Chas. BURTON TAILOR 419 Bourke=st., Melbourne (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar) .. .. ._ 1st Floor) Fit, Style and Workmanship Guaranteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Private? "lona," Atherton Road, Oakleigh. Suits to Suit Evey one. Open till 10 o'clock Fcilay Nights and - p. u. co Saturdays. GEO W. PW. eGILL - .? .TAILOR AND MERCER. Portman Street, Oakleigh, also 8o Swanston Street. ......... Melbourne ......... Sac Suits from 63/-, Fit and Style Guaranteed. Gentlemen's Mercery at less than City Prices. Ladies' Costumes a Specialty. ...
Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Motor Notes. A remarkable run was made the week before last in a five-year-old model Ford car, shod with Bar nett Glass tyres, with five pas sengers, axes, shovels, and lug gage abroad, from Oakleigh to Waratah Bay, via Fish Creek, driven by Andrew Leslie, of Oak leigh. Having succeeded 'in get ting over what is known as the sand hammocks and thence three miles along the sea coast without help of bullocks or horses, which has' never been done before, I thought it worth while to give a few words of praise to the Ford car and the driver. We also had the pleasure of passing high-grade cars on the steepest hills. The actual driving time up was 5½ hours for a distance of _130 mfles, allowing 10 miles for the numerous wrong turnings we took owing to the bad state of finger posts. . We went there and back without one single trouble of any description. The object of the trip was to see for ourselves what sort of gold they had up there, which we all found very satisfactory. We did not go by ...
Receipts. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Receipts. To balance from season 1913 .. 0 4 11 ,, Donations as per list,612 8 . 6 ,, Members subs. 11 3 0 ,, Collections on ground 2 15 '0 26 6 6 ,, Proceeds from Entertainments Picture N. 6 17- 3 Dance 1 3. 0 803 ,, To Sale of Uniforms 0 10 0 , Printing of dodgers'. (Hale) .. 0 10 6 £ 35 12 2
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
A Big Variety Crocker), Cutlery, AND Ironmongery, Meat Safes SGarden Hose and Tools; Wire Netting, Plain & Barb Wire T I MB S" ERg8R Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, helving, Baltic, Oregon, Moulding, S Palings All Builders Require ments "Reliable" Stoves Bath Heaters . .AGENT FOR: International Harvester Company and the new, already famous ieliable, -money saving and A worry saving Fire Extinguisher save hundreds of pounds by spending 15/ Everything hard can be had at J. J. Webster's Ha.rdwaz? Store and Timb'r Ya -d, Broadway, Oakieighi 'Phone 28 Windsor. BAY = VIEW = DAIRY - "By Qualitp ' Succeed" 1 N. 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 hopes by giving customers only pure'milk of the best quality to merit a fair share of patronage 'The public are cordially invited to inspect dairy and bails at any time. .Address: )andenong r7oad, Clayfon (op...
Oakleigh Bowling Club. Bazaar in Aid. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Oakleigh Bowling Club. Bazaar in Aid. On Friday afternoon, 12Lh itnt., a bazaar in ai Iofimprovements to the local green was opened iithe Mechanics' Hall and'continued'- in the evening and on Saturday after noon and evening. The interest shown- by the public and members of the club was disappointing, due in large measute no :oubt to the many calls now being made for patriotic purposes. The net pro ceeds amounted to about £60.. The opening was performed by Mr Simeon Nathan'.(President of the Victorian Bowling Associa tion), who said he-had travelled in many lands and always found' that being a bowler ensured him a hearty reception.. everywhere. He wished the bazaar every success. Mr Nathan visited- the green and expressed his pleasure at its fine conditioh. He was accorded a hearty vote of thanks- on the mo tion of Mr F. Bligh, seconded by Mr A. Parker. The stalls, which were loaded with various articles attractively displayed and prettily decorated in the club's colors (purple, gree...
Springvale. Opening Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Spriifgvale. Opening Mechanics' Institute. Wednesday, 10th inst., -was a red-letter day in the ~history' of: Springvaie, viz., the offi.ial dpen-' ing of the recently erected Mec hanics' Institute and -Recreation Hall. It is situated in Balmoral avenue, adjacent to the railway' station, and is a decided acqnisi-. tion to the architecture of the township, which is growing rapid ly in every direction. The hall. wh;ch has been erected by Mr J. B. Foster, is well ventilated and lighted, has a floor area (includ ing the platform), o. 62 x 35i with a refreshment room at rear 35 x 12 and two rooms and hall in front 35 x 12; fibrous cement walls. and Gloria lamps. Mr Houston, of Oakleigh, efficiently carried oout the painti.7g.for Mr Foster. con tractor " There was a good representa tive gpthering in the afternoon, Cr VW.;? t. J P. (President of the Shire of: Dan lenong), piesiding. Mis Beatrice Copp played a pianoforte solo and. Miss Millie Copp sang Until, both receiving. deserved appi:us...
OUR LETTER BOX. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
OUR LETTER BOX. To THE EDITOR. Sir,-If you can find a corner in your paper for publicity of the fol lowing little effort made on one short road, (Laurence road) in the Shire of Mulgrave, it may per chance give others encouragement to do likewise, in order to assist a nation in dire need, and deserving of the best that all true Britishers can give, the Belgian Relief Fund. Wm Timberlake .. 2 2 00 J. 1I. Ward .. 0 10 0 Mrs J. t-f. Ward .. 0 10 0 Thos White .. 1 0 0 Mrs Thos White .. 0 10 0 WmnH. .. 1 0 0 J. C. .. 0 5 0 F. Dover .. 0 10 0 A. Hall .. 0 2 6 C. H1. Coleman .. 1 0 0 G. Coleman .. 1 0 0 A. Cornell .. 0 2 6 LAURENCE ROAD.
Oakleigh Borough Valuations. Indignation Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
i Oakieigh Borough Valuations. ii ---- · . Indignation Meeting. On Monday evening a public meeting was held in the Mechanics Hall under the auspices of the Oakleigh Branch of the P.L C. "to protest against the unjustifiable general increase in the Borough valuations." There was a large attendance, including a number of lady ratep lyers. Mr P. T. B. Hudson (prcsid-ent) occupied the chair, a:nd aft:tr brifliy stating the object called ou the secretary to speak. Mr C. Wilcock said some people questioned the right of th_ P.L.C. to interfere in these matte-rs, but they considered they had an equal right to protect the worker in the municipal as well as in the federal government. Certain ratepayers had had their valuations exces sively increased, and it was for the meeting to discuss the matter and suggest that the council call a special meeting for the purpose of exercising. the power conferred by section 300 of the Local Govern ment Act. They were not there to fight the battle of the la...
Patriotic Funds [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Patriotic Funds --- --- ® - The following articles have been sent this week to the Lady Mayoress's Patriotic League. viz., 3 flannel shirts, 3 cotton shirts, 23 face cloths, 7 pairs coffs, 17 pillow slips, 3 pair socks, 4 towels, 3 pair pyjamas, 8 cushions. The hon secretary (Mrs Birch) hopes that further contributions will be sent in, as the need Is urgent and continuous. The contributions to the Motor Ambulance Fund of the A.W.N.L. amounted ,to 611/4/-, which has been ii h lt sic to the central office.
Patriotic Service. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 20 March 1915
Patriotic Service. S----t--4--- - At a well-attended service on Sunday night held in the Presby terian Church, the Rev. E. H. Chapple gave an address on "The Call of Patriotism." Patriotic hymns were sung during the service, closing with the National Anthem. The speaker based his remarks on Psalm 52, vi and applied the description therein contained to the world situation at the present time. The "hero" or "mighty man" was a term applied ironically by the Psalmist to the character whose presence was a menace to the moral order of the world of that day. He was a man of power and influence whose whole demeanour was characterised by extreme arrogance, the man of "the mailed fist" who shook it vauntingly in the face of the righteous. He was also cunning, a liar ; his tongue was filled with deceit, a man who was prepared to repudiate his most sacred obligations and treat them as "scraps of paper." And as usual where power and cunning are combined, he was capable of the greatest cruelty. H...