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NOTTING HILL v. WESLEY ORCHESTRA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 March 1915
NOTTING HILL v. WESLEY ORCHESTRA. The return match against Wes ley Orchestra was played at Not ting Hill on Saturday last andcre suited in a win for the visitors. Scores: - Wesley Orchestra. Pout, hit wicket, b Hen drick .. .. 2 Sargent, b Hendrick 13 Clauscen, not out .. 23 Ledward, b Hendrick .. 1 Dodge, b Doolan .. 7 Guiver, c Beacom, b Hen drick .. 7 Miller, c Hore, b Hendrick 6 North, c Hore, b Hendrick 0 Lukie, b Hore .. 0 Beacom, b Hore .. 0 Sundries 11 Total 70 Bowling-Hore, 3 for 0; Hen drick, 5 for 19; Doolan. 1 for 40. Notting Hill. Dyer, run out .. 5 Hendrick, c and b Ledward 0 Doolan, b Pout .. 0 W. Beveridge, c and b Led ward .. 0 Beacom, b Pout .. 0 A. Beveridge, st., b Ledward 6 Butcher, b Ledward - .. 3 Hore, b Ledward .. 1 Drummond, b Pout .. 0 Doherty, b Pout .. 0 Wilson, not out ... 9 Sundries 4 Total 30 Bowling-Pout, 5 for 5; Led ward, 5 for 21.
Oakleigh Congregational Sunday School PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 March 1915
Oakieigh Congregational Sunday School PRESENTATIONS. A social was held on Wednes day evening in the School-hall to enable the scholars, teachers and officers to express their apprecia tion of Dr Birch, wvho has retired from the office of superintendent after many years' service. There were about 90 present, including the Sunday-school scholars, the Rev R. S. Carson presiding. During the evening Mr Geggie, who has succeeded to the position of superintendent, on behalf of the teachers and scholars, presented Dr Birch with a kit bag (inscribed with his name) and a pair of gloves. In doing so he said the gifts were a token of the love and esteem in which the recipient was held. Dr Birch, in responding, said he thanked the scholars and teachers for their mark of appreciation, which had come as a great surprise to him. HEe regretted having had to retire from the school, which work he loved. but owing to various reasons had to give it up. He would, however, assist it whenever possible for ...
Oakleigh Police Court Thursday, March 25 Before Messrs McLorinan (chairman), Nicoll and O'Leary, J's.P. LICENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 March 1915
Oakleigh Police Court Thursday, March 25 Before Messrs McLorinan (chairman), Nicoll and O'Leary, J's.P. LICENCE. W. A. Wibberley applied for and was granted a collector's licence. NON-VACCINATION. Constable McInnes v. Win. D. Dunlop and Thomas Barton, not causing their children to be vac cinated. Each fined 20/- in de fault distress. SDEBT. Anderson and Co. v. R. H. Jones, claim £5 10s 3d. Order by consent for amount and payment of 10s per month, with 15/- costs, in default distress. Mr Corr for complainant. T. Jones v. I,ydford, £3 15s 6d; order for amount with 15/6 costs. Same v. Alex. Stratton, £3/0/11; order for amount with Z6s costs. Sam2 v. Bartlin!, £2 14s Sd; order for amount with 15s 6 1 costs. UIr Corr for complainant. J. C. Stainton v. Edward Cartoll, £3 4s 6d; order fer amount, with 15s 6d costs. Mr Davey for com plainant. Wandering Cattle. Inspector Wilcock v. Unknown Owner of a bay gelding found wandering in Dalgety street. Fined 10s, with [2 9s costs, in default horse...
Glen Waverley Sports [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 March 1915
Glen Waverley Sports The above sports were not, from a financial view, a success this year. At the annual meeting of the Athletic Club several members bad doubts as to the wisdom of holding the sports this season on account of the war and the financial depression, but after dis cussing the question it was resolved to carry on the sports as usual, and give the profits if any to the Belgian Relief Fund. Unfortunately this year's venture shows a deficit of t2!/13/8. There several reasons for this falnug off, amongst them the sports run at Ferntree Gully on the same day and the very low ebb to which cycling has descen ded. The entry fees for the two bicycle races were £.5/lI- com pared with tt4/It'/- last year, and the racing also was nothing like equal to the previous years stan dard. There was a drop in the gate receipts of £15. In previous years ladies of the district conducted the refreshment booth, which has always been a successful medium in swelling the funds, last year resulting...
Oakleigh Friendly Societies. PERFORMANCE IN AID OF BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 March 1915
- ( Oaekleigh Friendly Societies. te P cIOR3 u.ie ix AID OF BAZAAR =d The Mechanics' Hall was fillec is on Wednesday evening with at m appreciative audience to witness a ar performance by the local Dramatic is Society in aid of the above. Mr g Nicoll (chairman of the committee) is in a few opening remarks said he It heartily thanked the public for its 11 support, also the Dramatic Society a and Pelling's Orchestra. Owing d to Mr Norman Clough sustaining a serious accident he would be un able to appear and Mr S. Henry had kindly consented to take the t character of Sergt Duffell. Through a death in the family Miss R. r O'Connor was absent, and Miss r Kitson had earned their thanks by taking the character of Mrs Pont ing. He was very pleased to see so many present, which augured well for the bazaar to be held in May, and he hoped everyone would K do his and her best to make it a success. It was for a worthy ob ject-to help members in distress and he was sure he could rely on their co-...
The Oakleigh Carnival. Final Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 March 1915
The Oakleigh Carlival. Fina! Arrangements. The Carnival Committee held its final meeting on Monday evening There were 17 members present, Cr Andrew (chairman) presiding. Mr Considine wrote stating that he would be unable to attend and act as judge, owing to a race meeting, and Mr J. Beardsley was appointed to take his place. A letter was received from the trustees of the recreation reserve, in reply to complaint re state- of conveniences, that the matter had been referred to Mr Young-Mr Young said there was only [3 in hand, but he would get the matter attended to. It was resolved that the ground be trimmed up for the sports. As regards gatekeepers it was decided to obtain others in ad dition to the six already appointed. The Secretary reported that a tug-of-war Council Employees v. Band had been spoken of as likely to come off. In connection with the children's sports Mr Young stated that the Misses I-ocking had donated three prizes and Miss Knights seven. After settling various min...
Oakleigh Requirements Interview with Railway Commissioners [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 March 1915
Oakleigh Requirements Interview with Railway Commissioners On Tuesday last the Mayor (Cr Andrew), Chairman of the WVorks Committee (Cr Knight), Chairman of the Finance Committee (Cr Westley) and Town Clerk (Mr Haughton) held an impromptu interview with the Railway Com missioners (Messrs Fitzpatrick and Norman) re various matters al ready brought under the notice of the department. 1. M-etalling in front of the station to make it uniform with -metalling done in Portman street - The Commissioners promised that it would be done, that the posts and channel on the west side would be taken away, and extend the cab rank both sides of subway. 2. Re removal of the telephone cabinet at the bottom of the sub-. way, it was stated by the Town Clerk that the Postal Department were in communication with the Railway Department on the sub ject, and the Commissioners promised that they would arrange for its removal to a more suitable place. 3. Question-of meads of reach ing the Hanover street bridge ...
The Oakleigh Carnival Great Novelty Program [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 March 1915
The Oný-k1, id Carnival Ureat Novelly Program 1The Oakleigh Carnival takes place this afternoon on the Recreation Reserve. Great Novelty Program and Display by School Children, also Team Races and Tug-of-war, etc Demonstration by Red Cross and First Aid Association. Pony High Jutmp, Merry-go-round, Side Shows. Adults Gd, children 3d. Come one, come all! Concluding with a Grand Picture Night in the Mechanics Admission 6d and 3d Proceeds to be donated to charity. Roll up and assist the district to progress. Ther.- there will be entertain ;nent for young and old - and all for 6d adu'ts and 3d children. That the .display by school children will be the finest ever witnessed in Oakleigh That several tugs-of-war, both for children and adults, will take place. That in addition, a splendid novelty program of 14 events will be gone through That a fine picture show will wind-up the day in the Mechanics' Hall. That the Oakleigh Brass Band will play selections throughout the afternoon.
Lawn Tennis. OAKLEIGH v. DANDENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 April 1915
Lawn Tennis. OAKLEIGH v. DANDENONG. A friendly match was played between the above clubs on Satur day last on the courts of the latter, and resulted in a victory for Oak leigh. Scores: Messrs H. Ladd and Robotham (0) beat Emery and Gener (D) 6-2, 6-4 and beat Clark and Renfree (D) 6-2, 6-2. Messrs Birch and H. McDonald (0) beat Emery and Gener (D) 6-1, 6-3 and lost to' Clark and Renfree (D) 2-6, 4-6. Totals: Oakleigh. 3 rubbers 6 sets 42 games. Dandenong, 1 rubber 2 sets 26 games. The Oakleigh committee has decided to enter teams in the South Suburban Association for the ensuing season, as follows: Gent's. A Grade, mixed, and ladies' sections respectively.
Juvenile Bottle Gatherers and Potato Growers—For the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 April 1915
Juvenie Bottle Uatherers and Potato Growers - For the Empire. --«-- On Tvisiting 'the' i Hurdle Flat School (Mr R. H. Luke, H.T.), he District Inspector, iMr R. W. Armitage, M.Sc., F.G.S., asked his usual, introductory' question 'What of the .War?" The prac ical answer of these 15 or 16 youngsters caused'the Inspector to :asp with astonishment, and should act as a stimulus through out Australia. Money isn't too ilentiful around Hurdle Flat just low, so the little toilers brought abbit skins and bottles. Eagerly as Mr Luke worked on Rabbit-oh! nd Bottle-oh! lines on Saturdays and holidays cash mounted up slowly. A council of war was ield, and an Irish boy whispered the magic word "Spuds!" Enough said. Boys and girls each brought a dozen best seed potatoes, which .ere planted by both sexes in the school experimental plot. Future warriors turned up on high days ad holidays to shepherd the glory of dear old Ireland. On January 20th, right in the Xmas holidays, he whole school tnrned up ...
NOTTING HILL v. OAKLEIGH CLUB XI. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 April 1915
N-OTTIlNG HiLLy. OAKLEIGH CLUB XI. The above match was played at Notting Hill on Saturdayhlast in glorious weather and being the ast match of the season for the Club XI, like good sports, every nan picked to play turned up and Pfter a well contested game beat their old opponents once again, by 40 runs. Geo. Hatt 40, Earl Cummins 40 (who is "showing splendid form with the bat) and Prime 26 were the highest scorers for the visitors- A. Beveridg (captain of Notting Hill) made 58 not out, but gave several chances. Scores: Oakleigh Thompson, c, b Hendricks 10 Couper, b Doolan .. 9 Hatt, b McLean .. 40 Burton, l.b.w, b Doolan 0 Parr, b Doolan .. 8 Cummins, std., b Beveridge 40 Prime, run out .. 26 Lothian, not out .. 6 Betts, not out .. 2 Sundries 17 Total, 7 for 165 Notting Hill. W Beveridge, b Hatt .. 15 Wilson, c Thompson, b Hatt .. .. 0 Doolan, b Burton .. 17 Hendricks, b Hatt ... 4 A Beveridge, not out .. 5° Dyer, b Burton .. 12' C Beacom, c Cummins, b Couper ... .. 6 McLean, not out...
Cricket. CAULFIELD MOORABBIN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. B Grade. MURRUMBEENA v. GLEN HUNTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 April 1915
Cricket. AULFr:ELD MTOORAB33IN DISTRICT AssocIATION. B Grade. HJRRUNIBEENA. v. GLEN HUNTLY. Murrumbeena, by beating Glen l-ntly last Saturday, secured the 'runners up" trophy. Scores: Mutrumbeena -1st Innings. W. Bristowe, b Lee .. 4 A. Benjamin, b Dowding 1 E. Day, b Lane .. 48 L. Bristowe, b Lee .. 13 S. Hedley, b Lee .. 5 G. Drummond, c sub b Wilson .. 4 E. Cove, b Wilson .. 0 A. Dick, b Lee .. 12 F. Hansen, thrown out 29 C. Blacker, c sub b Wilson 6 HI. Harris, not out .. 2 Sundries .. 28 Total 152 Bowling-Lee, 4 for 32 ; Wilson, 3 or 34; Lane, I for 15; Dowding, for 41. Murrumbiena-2nd Innings. E. Cove, not out .. 3 C. Blacker, not out .. 15 Total 0 wickets for 18 Glen Huutly. 1st Innings .. .. 65 2nd Innings. P. Lee, c Dick b W. Bristowe .. 35 II. Barnes b W. Bristowe 0 C. Wilson, b W. Bristowe 0 A. Jones, c Dick b W. Bristowe .. 40 J. Lane, b W. Bristowe 4 L. Phillips, not out 16 C. Hogan, b W. Bristowe 0 J. Dowding, absent .. 0 G. Stewart, absent .. 0 H. Stewart, absent .. 0...
For Service at the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 April 1915
For Service at the Front. (From Holy Trinity Parish News.) The patriotic spirit is afiame and ;aining strength among us. Mr Keith Looker and Mr Harold Clough have joined the colours, bringing up the number of our rep resentatives to thirteen. This number does not inclade near relatives of several of our Church families-several of whom have already fallen on the field of honour. Mrs G. A. Looker, of "Yambee," is sending her third son. Her eldest son, Arthur, is already fighting in German South West Africa, and William is in Egypt. Three from one family are a good contribution. It is gratifying that so many of our young men are offering for service, and that so many parents are ready to give up their sons, realis ing the dangers but willing to make the sacrifice for country and empire. We are pleased to be able to say that at least nine of the thirteen above-mentioned are Communicants. We believe that they will all carry with them a good moral and spiritual influence. It is the duty o...
FINAL MATCH. Oakleigh Easily Defeated. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 April 1915
FINAL MATCH. "Oakleigh Easily Defeated. The final match in connection with [the above competition was concluded at Springvale on Satur day and resulted in an easy win for Dandenong by 105 runs. Scores: Oakleigh. First Innings .. 154 2nd Innings. Clayton, b McCarthy .. 6 Gough, b Mitchell .. 48 N. Davidson, b McCarthy 2 E. Hart, b Mitchell .. 11 S. Davidson, c, b Mitchell 15 Young, c, b McCarthy.. 30 Raymant, b McCarthy.. 13 Hart, b Mitchell .. 4 Roscoe, b McCarthy .. 0 Reid, b McCarthy .. 0 Roach, not out .. 0 Sundries 4 Total 133 Dandenong First Innings 223 Second Innings. Tress, b Davidson . 0 Vendy, c, b Davidson 12 Mitchell, run out . 16 Laver, b Davidson ... 35 McCarthy, b Young .. 9 Burgess, c b Gough .. 5 Carter, cb Hart .. 32 Veal, b Clayton .. 0 Williams. b Hart .. 17 Slater, b Hart .. 20 O'Toole, not out ... 1 Sundries 12 Total 169
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 April 1915
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The Oakleigh Carnival Fourth Annual Celebration [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 April 1915
The Oakleiah Carnival Fourth Annual Celebration Patrons, The Ion J. K. Merritt, M.L.C., Sir Frauk 5Madden, M.L.A., and M. P. Considine, Esq.; President, Cr Andrew (Mayor ; judges, Messrs Male, Thomson and Beardsc-ly; star ter, Cr Knight ; children's sports coummittee, Messrs Els bury, Corr, Hiaughton and Harston ; en'eral committee, Messrs Yitzpatr.lck, Johnson. Heale, Smith, You.:'.a. Joyce, Clements, Slattery, Blackburn, Berry, Barker, J. Fisher, E' Fisher, Giliespie and Webb, treasurer, C. Ii. Ceratty; sec retary, F. Finch. The fourth annual carnival held in Oakleigh since the Coronation. took place last Saturday afternoon on the local Recreation Ground, and it is gratifying to record that a halnncr of about K6/110/- remainm after meeting all expenses. This result shows that a generous re sponse was made by the residents, especially as it followed so closely on Flag Day, when ;'20/8/- was contributed to the Belgian Relief Fund, and the splendid house given at a picture show in ai...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 April 1915
prvt.h. hia ch fin i cr:, ,).-a-ted " The 2ak!,r;ab and Minijrau- v Guardian'" Saturday, April 3. 1915. LOCAL & (EENERAL -----o- We remind our readers of the bazaar to be opened on Easter Monday and continued for a week in aid of a Recreation Ground at Springvale. Fqr particulars see advt. For gmnui:e value in Ceneral Drapery, Millinery, Laces, Rib bons, Mantles, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Linos, Boots and Shoes. Go to Roddick's, Atherton road. Telephone 150 :` a. r We noted with pleasure at the Oakleizih Carnival that Mr A. G. Hari-.to,:, who always closely Iden tities himself with local movements (especialiy where the yonung people are conceined), was to the fore co op.rating with others in conduct ing the ch Idren's sports. On Saturday afternoon, April 10, at 3 o'cloc', Newton and Co. will offer by public auction in" their rooms, Port nan street, Oakleigh. that well-known freehold property, the Post-ofice Hotel, facing Dan denong road, Clayton, with eight acres of land. Fu...