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Oakleigh Borough Council. (Concluded from last week). Rubbish Receptacles. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Oakleigh Borough Council. (Concluded from last week). C . Rubbish Receptacles. I Cr Davey moved rescindment of f the bylaw relating to the above 1 a:opted in December last but not ( enforced, -sith a view to making it t more elastic. In doing so hle said I the provisions were almost identi- x cal with those already passed, but not so rigid. Every receptacle used would have to receive the approval I of the ccuecil-Cr Huit seconded. I Cr Corr: The time is ihardly op portune for bringiug this; into force. The receptacle will cost each : householder at least 4/6, winter is 1 coming on and there wvill not be the sane trouble as in the summer. i object to it cominig into operation in thie whole of the Borough; it is very hell in the closely settled portion, but not in the outskirts. Cr Davey: In clause 5 we pro vide for its application to certain parts. Cr Farmers: I agree with Cr Corr that at this particular juncture the matter could very well be held over, say, till next summer. Cr Brin...
Wedding Bells MILNE—YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Wedding Bells MIINE-YOUNG. On Saturday. 27th ult.,^a mar riage.of local interest took place, the contracting parties being Con stable J. D. Miltie, of Oakieigh, youngest son of the late Mr and Mrs Jas. Milne, of Allansford, and Miss Agnes Young, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Young, of Brighton. The ceremony was per formed at the Black street Con gregational Church, Brighton, by 1 the Rev W. J. L. Closs, B.A. The church, which was crowded, was tastefully decorated by the girl friends of the bride and members of the A.W.A.. cof which she is president. Mr L. Barker was "best man" and Mr E. Watt groomsman. Mrs Lilley presided at the organ. The bride looked charming in a neat costume of white crepe de chene, with overdress of shadow lace. caught up with two horse shoes mounted with pearls, a court train of white crepe de chene un derlined with pale pink, veiled and draped with jewelled ninon, orange blossom and lovers' knot, and car rfed a bridal bouquet of white roses, gandenias a...
HERE & THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
HERE & THERE. At the meeting of the Dande nong Council on 29th ult. E. Bur den moved that the Railway Com missioners be a -ked to provide extra service between 6.2 and S.37 up at Springvale, and also be in formed that the station is under mauned. The motion was secon ded by Cr Harris and carried. The development of the area be tween Clayton and Springvale during the past few years has been phenorunnal. New houses have been erected and a large amount of land brought under cultivation. An ornate and commodious Me chanics' Hall has been built and a bazaar is being held to secure a recreation ground for the district. It goes without saying that a locality which shows such in dubitable signs of progress is on the up grade. Given railway facilities, its prosperity would be greatly enhanced. Probably nothing has aroused the indignatio:n of the ratepayers so much as the increases made in valuation of their properties, which In a fair number of cases appears to be well founded. But i...
Australian Natives' Association. Oakleigh District Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
S Australian Natives' Association. I Oakleigh District Branch. The fortnightly meeting of the sabove was held on Thursday even ing, Mr Pollard (President' in the chair. A reply was read from the -Mayor (Cr Andrew) re proposed meeting to stimulate recruiting for the war, stating that he would be' I pleased to attend and help the movement all he could. The im Sportance of holding a meeting for the above purpose was emphasised by several members and it was de cided to defer action till replies came to hand from other friendly societies. Mr Winm. Kitson was elected a full benefit member and welcomed by Mr Milne on behalf of the branch. The Secretary reported that Mr Gran!and was much improved after his recent operation and on the high road to complete recovery. Accounts amounting to £9/13/6 were passed for payment. Regarding the A.N.A. Gift Evening on behalf of the kitchen and jumble still in connection with the forthcoming Friendly Societies' Bazaar, it was decided to hold it on the 22...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
High-Class Groecres Best Brands of Dairy Produce Cheap Lines in Crocker & Cutlery First-grade Ironmongery 6enu ne Chaff and Cere s Dolg On ip FI G Ass s Sm THE CASH DISCOUNT Berse r y o, w IROCERS. (Opp. Sate Savings Bank) Tel. 7 O3akleigh SThe 4Oa e Cau~ fed Tes . 4r Published every Saturday morning , PER JOB PRcIN1TW OF every description executed at moderate cost, combined with First class workmanship. HiELP Your District by... Patronising Ithe Local Press. Atherton road, Oakleigh M dGo a n Laties' That is what you want, and that is what you get here. Children's Drapery There is not a single disappointment . . awaiting you but the Best Bargains in New & Pretty Styles aE," Cor ke C/r . eaf.aand ehs er sgs. o g . R. HAL , oR ace . . . Telephone 87 Oakleigh (Branch Connected). Grain and. Pue3 Mrchant.> Stop-Look-Listen Then walk right in and have your wants supplied irnmrndiately and at moderate rates Best Brdnds a Prime Quality Branch No I Wirrigel road, South Oak...
Cricket MURRUMBEENA CLUB. AVERAGES FOR SEASON 1914-15. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Cricket MURRUMBEENA CLUB. AVERAGES FOR SEASON 1914-15. The Murrumbeena Club has. bad a very successful season and have won the "Runners-up" Trophy. 12 matches were played, 10 won and 2 lost. E. J. Day won the batting trophy, W. Bris towe the bowling trophy, Li. Bris towe the "best all round" and G. Drummond won the Fie!ding Trophy, which was kindly pre sented by Mr R. L Dick. These trophies and the Runners-up caps will be presented at the concert, which will be held in about a month's time. BATTING. a ac a. . a " z E. Day 12 2 358 358 L Bristowe 12 1 273 24.8 J Jackscn 7 1 110 1S.; W Bristowe 13 1 232 17.58 C Blacker 14 2 158 13.16 C Young 11 1 123 12.3 F Hansen 4 - 37 925 A Renjamin 8 3 39 78 G Drummond 13 - 88 6.7 A Dick 0LO 1 59 65 S Hedley 10 1 52 5.7 H Harris 3 2 5 5. E Cove 13 4 40 4.5 J Wilde 4 - 5 1.25 BOWLING W Bristowe 692 44 330 7 5 L Bristowe 685 34 306 9.0 J Jackson 413 23 220 9.5 E Day 222 14 140 10. A Dick 345 13 150 11 5 C Blacker 315 12 163 13 5 E Cove 54 4 29 7.25 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Business N.otices. t w P you to shop THE EAL BOOTS L R Tel. 150 Oak. AT AT ® Atherton road, R 0 AH LE I (i Rodd c' A&a i The Old Establis:ed -s Grocery9 Coi and Tea Stores, Opposite Rtiihvoay sta1ion Enra nce. 1 Proprietor Freshly Roasted Coffee Bea:s Ground to Order. Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. Noted shop for Ham-ns and Bacon. Sole Agent foi-VaCUUml Oil Coi's. Perfection Stoves and Room Heaters. Established l179. FOR A FASHIONABLE SU T TRY ChGas. BURTON TAILOR' 419 Bourke=st., M.lbourne (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar) Ist Floor) Fit, Style and Workmanship Guaranteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Privates " lona," Atherton Road, Oakleigh Sults to Sit Everyone. Open till 10 c'c' ck Fri. _y Nigits and 1 p.m. on Saturdays. GGEO We P:GILL c-' .TAILOR AND MiERCER. Portmani Street, Oakleigh, also So Swanston Street. ......... Melbourne ......... Sac Suits from 63/-, Fit and Style Guaranteed. Gentlemen's Mercery at less than City Prices. Ladies' Costumes a Specialty. - riIms CasI). Suits to Sut ...
Football OAKLEIGH JUNIORS v. OAKLEIGH WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Football OAKLEIGH JUNIORS v. OAK LEIGH WEST. This mnatch was played on the local ground on Saturday last and resulted in an easy win for the Tuniors by 5 goals. Scores: Oakleigh Juniors-9 goals, 7 behinds, 61 behinds. Oakleigh West-3 goals, 13 behinds, 31 points. Goal-kickers (Juniors) - E Cummins (4), C. Andrew, C. Lethlean, E. Thomas, J. McCar ron, E. Kitson. West-A. Wearne, J. Master ton and WV. Harlock.
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Brevities It is proposed to form a Junior Football Association in the Oak leigh District under League Rules. A meeting was held last Thurs day, when delegates from the Dandenong, Springvale, Oakleigh Juniors, and West Oakleigh Foot ball Clubs were present and the Association was initiated. A further meeting will be held on Thursday, April 15, at Bryant's Hotel, at 8 p.m., for the framing of new rules and receiving new clubs, when other delegates are expected. The hon. secretary is Mr D. Masterton, Normauby street, Oak leigh, who will be pleased to supply information to intending clubs.
OAKLEIGH FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
OAKLEIGH FOOTBALL CLUB By "Follower" The above club will commence training this afternoon on the local recreation reserve. The selection committee will be in attendance to enrol both old and new players. Several of the old warriors are doing duty with the First Aus tralian Expeditionary Force in - , and their places will be hard to fill. Should the lads come forward I feet that the committee will be able to place eighteen men in the field who will prove them selves worthy defenders of the purple and gold. The Club have thrown in their lot with the Federal Football Association, and as this is a lower grade competition it should be productive of many interesting tussles. The fixtures and further infor mation will appear in - our next issue. The following old players are asked to turn up and form the back-bone or foundation stone of the Oakleigh eighteen:- C. and B. Couper. Foster, Buchanan, Cummins, Cox, Bennett, Ethell, Tait (2), Seamark, C. Scott, Stainton, Harlock, Harbeck, Mc Kenz...
Oakleigh Police Court Thursday, April 8. Before Messrs Cohen, P.M. McLorinan and O'Leary, J's.P. The Vaccination Act. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Oakleigh Police Court Thursday, April 8. Before Messis Cohen, P.M. McLorinan and O'Leary, J's.P. The Vaccination Act. The following were charged on the information of Constables Ward and McInnes with not causing their children to be vaccinated and each fined 20/-, in default distress - Alfred Wilson, F. Walton (twins), P. Closter, John Q. Cotter, Chas. Potts, John Carnall, Walter Henry, Fred Armstrong, and B. Wilson. W yanderer. W. H. Wilcock v. Unknown Owner of a' grey pony gelding found wandering in Logic street, which had not been claimed. Fined .10/-, [2/718 costs, in de fault of payment to be sold.
Clayton. Splendid Patriotic Effort. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Clayton. Splendid Patriotic Effort. \When it was decided, a few weeks ago, by the teachers and scholars of the Clayton State schooli to hold a children's bazaar iu aid of the Belgian Relief h und no one anticipated that such a salendid financial result would be the outcomie. It was decided to hold the bazaar in the State-school on the afternoon of Thursday, April 1. Shortly after 2 p.m. on that date, children, parents and friends assembled outside the building, when Mr W. H. Mc Lorinau, correspondent of the school committee, introduced Mr Dagnall and requested him to de clare the bazaar open. Mr Dag nall, in declaring the bazaar open. referrcd in suitable words to the part played by the brave Belgians in thIe present war, and our grea ind btedness to them. SMessrs Parker and Bunny moved a vo:e of thanks to Mr Dagnall for his attendance, this was carried by acclamation. A vote of thanks to all-scholars, parents and friends--for assistance was moved by the head teacher. The real busin...
Oakleigh Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Oaklei h Brass Band. The committee met on Wednes day evening in Stainton's Hall. There were ten present, Cr Knight being voted to the chair, and apologies received from the President and Messrs Norman and Conlon. Accounts amounting to £1/8/- were passed for payment. The secretary reported that a bundle of music, the property of the late band in Richmond from which the uniforms were pur chased, was for sale for 6/- (worth double) and it was decided to purchase it. It was reported that two of the bandsmen, Messrs W. Dodds and F. Wastell, had volunteered for service with the Expeditionary Forces and they were wished success. The secretary reported on the demonstration in aid of the Bel gian Relief Fund held in the Exhibition Building last Saturday night, in which the Oakleigh Band took part and won general commendation. The secretary stated that a Sun day afternoon gathering of the local ISunday-schools would be held shortly in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund and it was unani mously res...
Clayton State School EXPRESSION OF THANKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
(Cayton State School EXPRESSION OF THANKS. To THE EDITo2. Sir,-With your kind permis sion I should like, through your columns, to thank the scholars of the State-school for the energetic manner in which they worked to make the recent bazaar such a succ.ss, and for the amount of self-denial which their efforts called forth; the parents and friends for their great assistance in donating articles, etc., and for their presence; the ladies in charge of the stalls for their valuable aid and guidance while the bazaar was in progress; the members of the schcol staff for their hearty co operation; and the members of the School Committee for the keen in terest they showed and tle very great help they rendered in making the bazaar such a splendid success. Thanking you in anticipation. I am, etc., S. H. M'DONALD, Head Teacher.
The War. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
ThI War. Mr Dau Crove has received the following letter from Driver F. J. Beauvais, with the First A'us tralian Contingent: Mena Camp, Egypt, 28 2 1 15 Dear Dau,-Just a line to let you see I have not forgotten you. Well, this Cairo is a hot joint-a medley of all nations. I often see the Oakleigh boys ; Garlic Daniel looks well and I never saw him look better. Reminember me to all. Is Jack Conlon still knocking about? Tell him to drop me a line The little razor is going well, I strop it myself, so when I return you can have it; it will be a novelty by then.
Glen Waverley. To the Fore for Belgian Relief. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Glen Waverley. To the Fore for Belgian Relief. On Thursday, March 25, a enchre party and dance, organised by the ladies of Glen Waverley in aid of the Belgian Fund, was held in the local Mechanics Hall, and was very successful. There was a ;ood attendance and everyone seemed to have a m'st enjoyable evening. In connection with the above the following articles dona ted were competed for: Lamb, donated by Mrs Ajani, won by Mr H. Jackson. £2/8/0. Pair Pillowshamtns (Mrs Petter), won by Mr C. Cutting, senr. £21141-. Pair Tnrkeys (Misses Violet and Elsie Laidlaw), won by W. K, Nelson. £3/7/6. Pair Ducks (Mrs M. Gallagher), won by Mr Pudney, £t111/ Two Dolls (Master Rowe Jane), won by Misses A. Dunster and Kathleen Daw, £1/6/5. Oil Painting (Miss Neta Martyr) won by Miss Petter, 7/3. Case Potatoes (Mrs Roebuck), won by Miss Petter, 7/3 Turk's Cap (Mr Chivers), won by Mr R. Holland, 2/8: Lace Collar (Mrs Coster), won by Miss Lily Gallagher, 4/9. Donations received-Mrs Hus sey, 10/-; Mr Chi...
Obituary [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
Obituary It is with regret we chronicle the death of Mrs Keast, mother of Mr W. S. Keast, M.L.A., member for the district, and we tender our deepest sympathy to the bereaved relatives. On Good Friday eve (upon which date Mr Keast was addressing a patriotic meeting at the Dandenong town hall) a fire occurred at '"The Grange," Strang-.vays, near Newstead, where Mrs Keast resided, and, apparently unable to get away from the burn ing building, met her death. Mrs Keast, who had resided in the district for many years, was very highly respected, was 75 years of age and lived with a single daugh ter, was alone when the fire occurred. Miss Keast, who was helping to nurse a sick lady in Newstead, visited her mother that evening, and asked two neighbors, Mrs Martin and Mrs McPhee, to see thIat Mrs Keast was all right. They re tained with the old lady until after 10 p.m., when they saw her safely in bed. About 11.15 p.min., or a little later, the house, which is of weather-board and contained e...
SPRINGVALE Bazaar in Aid of Recreation Reserve. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 April 1915
SPRINOVALE Bazaar in Aid of Recreation Reserve. On Monday last Easter Monday) a bazaar in aid of the recreation reserve was opened in the Me chanics' Institute, and the pro mnoters are to be complimented on their efforts. A fine effect was produced by the display of gay draperies, patriotic flags, Chinese lanterns and b'o )ms of brilliant hue arranged by \ir J. R. Ander son. There was a large attendance the proceedings starting with the singing of Gil Save the King. MIr W. S. Keast, M LA , had kindly consented to open the bazaar, but owing to the lament able death of his mother he had to forego the appointment, and in the circumstances Cr Rain (President of the Shire of Dandenong) kin vly tilled the breach. He referred to the rapid growth of the town and development of business interests, which were enhanced by the erec tion of a commodious hall for public meetings, entertainments, etc., and the acqaisition of a spac ious recreation reserve, which the residents were laudably determi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 April 1915
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