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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915
LOCAL & GENERAL A dance will be held in the Glen Waverley Hall on Thursday even ing, 29th inst., under the auspices of the Tennis Club, from 8 p.m to 2 a.m. Gents 2/-, Ladies 1/. The Rev E. H. Chapple will preach in the Presbyterian Church next Sunday at 11 and 7. Sub iccts:--Morning, "Prayer"; even ing, "The Last Step." Anthems -" Where shall wisdom be found?" Evening, "Deus Misereatur." Books provided. Free seats. All welcome. At the Methodist Church to morrow Mr WV. Phillips will con duct the morning service and the Rev W. E. Secomb the evening. At the latter a Patriotic Service will be held and special hymns will be used. The Misses Peacock, of Armadaie, will render a solo and a duet. Books for visitors. All seats free. The services in the Congrega tional Church will be conducted to-morrow, Sunday, April 25th by the Rev R. S. Carson; morning at .11, subject: "Giving and gather ing"; evening at 7, subject: "The tug-of-war, Evil versus Good, Which wins?" All seats free. Bo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915
L 0. 8ewtol & 0o, Partners-T G. NEWTO and W. SCOT1"7 SANUII,.AtDS. AUCTIONEER. Land, Financial and Insurance ALents. Farm and Property Salesmen SWORN VALUATOR for the PARISH OF MULGRAVE. VALUATOR FOR BOROUGH OF . OAKLELUH. Money to Lend. Farm:Pripesties. Houses and L?dcl for Sale ori'Elqv Termas. Farms and Villas ro Let in Oakleivh and District. Send particulars of your Properties you wish to Sell or Let. Clients waiting. jRt.?C"" (. 4OLLE('TED. Bead Office-Portman streeet, near Station O.Ar.K LE IG H Branch Offices at Broadway, Oakleigh: snil h3len Waverley. NOTE--Ir sandilatds cat be cousulted it his private rvrsirence, "tvy Court," ,ark Road. Oakleigh. after office hours Iedepliuoe: 59, Oakleigh l'elephlod- Nno l. O kleih tIithaltr w. 0. Rbitoli& C Partners-W. G. Robinson and C. J. Wilkinson Auctioneer House, Land & Financial Agent Station Parade, Oakleigh Rents Collected Agent for Norwich Union Insurance Corn Sa?any' Workers' Conpensation and' Live Stock ...
Football OAKLEIGH JUNIORS v. FITZROY NATIONALS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915
41 Football OAKLEIGH JUNIORS v. FITZROY NATIONALS. The local eighteen played the Fitroyites a return match on Satur last, and after an exciting tussle won by 45 points. The Juniors have now accounted for their op ponents on two occasions. They are a very even team and a sociable spirit exists between the players an occurrence which is iare in most clubs. The lads form one of the best combinations in the dis trict, and if properly managed and supported by the residents should have little difficulty in accounting for their opponents all things being equal, viz., weight and age. Final Scores. Oakleigh, 8 goals 13 behinds - 61 points Fitzroy, 2 goals 4 behinds - 16 points Goalkickers for Juniors:- E. Cummins (3), S. Bennett, H. Orr, E. Thomas, E. Kitson, R. Berg land.
The Oakleigh Carnival [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915
I'he Oakleigh Carnival The Carnival Committee met on Monday evening last in the Mechanics' Institute. Prssent - The Mayor, Cr Andrew (Presi dent), Cr Knight, Messrs Cerutty (treasurer), Finch (secretary), Joyce, J. Fisher, Heale, Black burn, Gillespie, Young, and Webb. It was resolved that a letter of thanks be forwarded to Mr J. K. Merritt, M.L.C., who had written regretting his inability to attend the Carnival and enclosed a dona tion of jl/1/ SMr Cerutty presented a financial 3 statement, which was received, and various accounts passed for payment on the motion of Messrs Blackburn and Young. A sur - plus remained of ;66/10/4, and Mr SBlackburn moved that it be voted to the Oakleigh District Ladies' Benevolent Society, strongly urg ing its need of funds for the relief y of local distress. Mr Gillespie seconded in similar strain. Cr Knight said another claimant existed in distressed members of friendly societies, and the question was whether they should not par ticipate. Mr Young m...
The Kaiser's Last Thoughts [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915
The Kaiser's Last Thoughts (By Mr W. Wilson,' Romsey, 80 years of age and father-in-law of the Rev. E. H. Chapple, Oakleigh.) The Kaiser's head on pillow lay, His thoughts x ere sad and far away, The past reviewed, the future scanned, The scene his fiery soul un manned. Beheld himself a ruined man, And thus his meditations ran: Long years I've spent in plotting, lying; Perjured my soul, and now I'm dying; My earthly course las neared its goal, With what a burden on my soul Widows', orphans' groans and tears For ever sounding in my ears; I cannot pray, my sole remorse is Not for my deeds, but for my[ losses; Belgium's fair land in ruin laid, No mercy shown to man or maid, Inhuman monster in my rage, Respecting neither sex nor age; By my deeds the world may see, How hellish wicked man can be; A moral image left on view Of Kaiser Wilhelm number 2; Who surpass the picture can, Is more a devil than a man; Mad ambition fired my brain, I longed a conqueror to reign, To write my name on his...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915
We Suppvy You High-Class Groceries Best Brands of Dairy Produce CheepLnes in Croackery Cutlery firs-grade ironmongery Genuine Chaff and Cereals ;DISCOUNT Berr RCeRS Co, (Opp. Stae3 Savings Bank) Tel. 7 Oihleigh CnLFeVd Tirnes Published every PER WEEK Saturday morning ,OB PRt?NT? OF every description executed at moderate cost, combined with first class workmanship. HELP Your District by.... Patronising the Local Press. ] Atherton road, Oakleigh Cr e.of te eet How many thousands of men and women suffer in some shape or other with their feet? To all persons the feet are of the utmost importance. To business people rapid and comfortable walking is always essential. To men and women of fashion and leisure the comfort of the feet means a greaceful and attractive walk. Perspiring feet are the primary cause of most troubles, besides emanating a disagreeable, even revolting odor, engender a multitude of aches and pains, making a person so afflicted, nervous, oblivious and irritable, for cont...
Oakleigh Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915
Oakleigh Mechanics' Institute. The monthly meeting of the committee of management was held on Tuesday evening, 13th inst. Present-Messrs Considine (vice president), in the chair, Heale, Easton, Hatt, Davey, Wilmoth. Nicoll. Harston, Knights, Berry (secretary), and Stewart (treasurer) An apology'was received from the President for absence. CONGRATULATIONS. A letter was received from Mr E. B. Jones, returning thanks for congratulations on his appointment to the position of Raiiways Com missioner, and the Secretary's ac tion in writing the letter was en dorsed. RuroRTs. The Librarian reported that 619 books and 79 magazines had been issued during the past month and 325 visits recorded. MEMBERSHIP. The resignations of Messrs K. Looker, ;Brindle, Morrison, Mes dames Ashton, Wilson and Miss Fitzgerald were accepted. The caretaker's report, which was of a satisfactory nature, was read and received. The treasurer reported receipts amounting to .33/14/2 and ex penditure (accounts), and repor...
Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915
Bowls The last of the matches for the season was played last Saturday, and the final break-up of the Club will take place on Monday next, 26th inst., in the form of a Pro gressive Pairs, ladies and gentle men both taking part. Members are asked to come and bring their -friends with them. The Committee wish to invite any intending members or others who would like to try the game of bowls before the Green is closed to come along and try their hand. Bowls will be provided for them. They will always find some of the members on the ground only too glad to welcome them and initiate them into this the best of sport for i young and old.
BERWICK DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 April 1915
BERWICK DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of delegates to arrange the competition was held at the Border Hotel, Berwick. Present-Messrs Veal and Russell, Dandenong ; McCann and Hogan, Berwick ; Hogan and Maher, Pakenham ; Lighoth, Clyde ; J. Hehir, hon. secretary ; F. Bunny (Clayton), vice-president, in the chair. Mr Hehir tendered his resignation, which was received with regret and the delegates spoke highly of the good work done by him; Mr Faulkner was appointed to the vacant office. Mr W. H. A. Rodd was appointed president in the place of Mr John Warne, re signed, who occupied the position with credit to himself and profit to the Association during the past 6 years. Vice-presidents were ap pointed as follows:- Messrs F. Bunny (Clayton), Hehir (Ber wick), Spooner (Dandenong), Um hauer (Pakenham), .H. McCann, treasurer. (For continuation of football reports see page 4.)
THE WAR. Belgian Relief Fund. United Sunday Schools' Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 May 1915
THE WAR. Belgian Relief Fund. United Srunday Schools' Demonstration. On Sunday afternoon last the Sunday-schools of Oakleigh and St Peter's Sunday-school, Mure rumbeena, held a United demon stration in aid of the Belgian Re lief Eund. They marched on to the Recreation Reserve headed by scholars bearing various patriotic flags; Holy Trinity Sunday-school bore in front a banner, artistically designed sad with the name of the school and the motto Help the Belgians (the work of Miss Prit chett), uhile the little kinder garten tots of the Methodist Sun day-school carried banners at the head of their fine company. Other schools well represented were the Presbyterian and Congregational (Broadway and Kangaroo road). There was also a good muster of the Senior Cadets and its drum and bugle band, under the command of Captain Bryant, area officer, to gether with the Oakleigh Brass Band and Pelling's Orchestra. A lorry covered with chairs served for an improvised platform, upon which were seated...
The War. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 May 1915
The War. The hon secretary (Mrs Lewis J. Birch) of Patriotic and Red Cross Leagues earnestly asks for dona tions, so that the work of provid ing for our soldiers, now in active service, may be kept going. With out funds there cannot be any garments made. The need is greater than ever. We must not forget them-they are fighting for our liberty. Another large parcel will be for warded this week, and the ladies of the A.W. League are meeting on Thursday in Mechanics to work for our soldiers. Miss Brooks, of "Brooklyn," Willlam street, Oakleigh, notifies that she desires engagements for dances, socials, etc., either with or without her own violinist. This lady has proved her skill and t aste as a pianist at Oakleigh and Clayton functions. I canna' lea':e the auld folks now, I'd better 'bide a wee, Dad's got a cold. and Mum's not well, And pipes the ither e'c. I'll gang doon to the corner store For Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, And Murn and Dad will 'vreet" no more; Aye-they'll be richt f...
Friendly Societies' Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 May 1915
Friendly Societies' Bazaar. On Wednesday evening a meet ing in furtherance of the United Friendly Societies' Bazaar to be I held at the end of May took place in St Alipius' Hall, Oakleigh, and ] was well attended by. b th ladies and gentlemen. Mr Nicoll (chair man) referred to remarks made re garding the appeal by the societies to the public when they had large accumulated funds, and pointed out that these could not be touched, as their use was definite ly set forth in the Friendly Socie ties' Act and it would require a special Act ot Parliament to alter it and take two years to get it through. War, the winter and high prices of commodities affected many of the members of triendly societies, who, as a rule were thrifty, but were, through no fault of their own, in need. There are always people who object to such assistance, although they may have gained their substance fromn them; they may be rich in pocket, but are mighty poor in spirit. They had banded themselves together as societ...
Our Boys in Egypt. THEIR REPLY TO CRITICISMS ON CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 May 1915
Our Boys in Egypt. THEIR REPLY TO CRIT'ICISMS ON CONDUCT. The following has been received by a local resident from his son, who is at the front: Ain't you got no bally savvy Have you got no better use Than to fling back home yer inky Product of yer pen's abuse? Do yer think we'e all gone dippy Since we landed over here ? Is a soldier less a soldier 'Cos he seeks a pint of beer? Have you no loving mother, Waiting for yer over 'ome? Do you own no smiling sister Over there across the fpam? Do you think they like yer better For yer tales of drink and shame? Do yer think they're praising yer action In defamin our fair name? One swallow makes no summer, Three shickers not a force; When the few makes it a welter You condemn the lot of course. Cease yer wowser style of whin ing, Be a man and play the game, And we only ask fair dinkum, How we keep Australia's name. We're not out to fight the devil On a new Salvany stunt. To reform the Arab's morals While we're waiting for the front Let us as...
The Cry of Australians. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 May 1915
The Cry of Australians. The Motherland wants us, we come at her bidding; We'll sharpen our swords and in God put our trust; We'll spend our last shilling de fending her honor, And will lay down our lives for for a cause that is just. Then see to the orphans and look to the widows, And also the sister who's heart's full of grief; When we think of the dear ones who're fighting our battles, There surely are none but would give them relief! Young Australian hearts are as true and as loyal As ever were found in the breast of a man; When surrounded by danger, old England will find that We'll rally around her and do what we can. Let the Kaiser beware, for we're not a bit frightened There's more where we come from, with hearts just as brave; When the Motherland wants us we're here to defend her; We'll fight for old England, her honor to save. We want to behave so that when the war's over, Old England will speak of her southern sons Asibrave-hearted soldiers,as "chips of the old block," That...
Oakleigh Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 May 1915
Oakleigh Presbyterian Church. The anniversary services in con nrction with the Presbyterian Church will be held in the Me chanics' Hall next Sunday, when the Rev. F. H. L. Paton, M.A., B.D. will conduct the morning service and the Rev. A. R. Os born, M.A., the evening service. Morning Anthem-" I will sing of Thy Power." Evening-" I will lift up mine eyes unto the Hills." A Bible Study School led by the Revs F. H. L. Paton and R.- C. Foyster will be held in the church, commencing on Monday evening. May 3rd and continuing to Friday, May 7. The public are invited to attend. The school begins each evening at 7.45, and the addresses by Revs Paton and Foyster at 8.45. Those who cannot attend the school are invited to be present at the addresses, which will be well worth hearing. The annual social will be held in the Hall on May 12.
Football Moorabbin v. Oakleigh OPENING OF SEASON. FIRST COMPETITION MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 May 1915
- ootbalI1 Moorabi n v. Oakleigh OPENING OF SEASON. FIRST COMPETITION -MATCH. By "Follower." The local lads - the wearers of the good old purole and gold set the ball rolling this afternoon and there is every prospect that the game will be interesting, exciting and very evenly contested through out. In addition to Oakleigh's fighting strength appear the names of several promising players from the juniors, viz., Jack Stainton (Oakleigh Juniors), B. Gracie and J. Martin (Oakleigh West), B. Armstrong of Wellington road, Mulgrave, W. Miles (Murrum beena), and Gilmour and Moloney. all of whom come with good reputations, and have definitely de cided to throw in their lot with Oak leigh. Old players are well represented. The team will journey to Moorabbin by van, which will leave the railway station at 2.10. In 'closing I would men tion that a good policy for the players to follow . is-Mind your men,. play the ball and not your opponent, do away with selfish ness, and keep the game open. T...