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LAWN TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

LAWN TENNIS A Lawn Tennis Club, to be known as the Clayton Progress Club, has been formed in that dis trict and will play on the recrea tion reserve. Cr F. Audsley has been elected president, Miss D. Murphy secretary, and Mr J. Han ney treasurer. The work of lay ing out and forming the courts will be undertaken by the aid of "working bees," which in Clay ton never hybetnate in winter. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.1/6.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Congratulatory. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

Congratulatory. At the conclusion of the business Cr Jordan announced that exactly 19 years ago he was united in the bonds of matrimony. An adiourn ment was made to Male's Hotel, and the health of Cr and Mrs Jor dan and family, proposed by the President, was heartily toasted, Cr Jerdan responding in an apprecia tive and characteristically happy manner.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mechanics' Institute Billiard Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

Mechanics' Inslitute , ------o--- It Billiard Tournament The following players are re quested to arrange their dates as early as possible wi'.h thli markr: Considine 50 v. Judd 60 I-att owe 100 v. G. Stainton 70 Walker 75 v. Merry 65 J. Stainton 30 v. A. Harston 70 Green 40 v. Wilmoth scratch HERE AND, TERE NOTES ON CURRENT TOPICS The Clarinda Progress Associa tion held their monthly meeting last Saturday, Mr A H Castle in the chair. It was decided to ob tain the co-operatfon of adjacent Associations in an endeavor to ob tain a better train service between Dandenong and Oakleigh The lam p erected in the Mul grave shire, opposite Gentry's store, by the Moorabbin Council about 12 months ago is at last to be seen alight, and, perhaps, to make up for lost time, is occasionally alight during the day time. Cla rindaites go to bed early, but not so early in the morning as to need a light to guide them thither The meeting held recently to consider the advisability or other wise of annexatio...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Glen Waverley [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

Glen Waverley T[he committee of the Glen Waverley Mechanics' Institute have resolved not to hold their Annual Ball this year on account of the war. The opinion was unanimous that the committee would be laying itself open to cen sure for thoughtlessness and frivolity if it organised a dance at a time when hundreds of mothers and widows are weeping at the loss of their gallant sons and husbands who have found graves o-a the shore of the Dardanelles whilst fighting for our very existence as a nation. The almost daily list of the fallen brave brings sorrow to so many homes that even the thought of a ball at a-time of such national danger must be repellant to all minds capable of under standing the gravity of the situa tion or of those who have the slightest sympathy will persoun so cruelly bereaved.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Valedictory. Farewell to Mr Elsbury. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

Valedictory. 1 Farewell to Mr Elsbury. On Tuesday afternoon Mr J. W. - Elsbury, who for 4" years has been head teacher of the Oakleigh State school and is now promoted to the charge of the Eagleiiawk State school, in the Bendigo district, took his farewe'l of the pupils and staff. lad it been more widely known and the weather less in clement, a lager number of the parents would no doubt have as semb!ed, but both they and the school committee were well rep resented. The Mayor (Cr \V. J. Andrew) apologised for the absence of Mr Harston (Chairman of the school committee) and the town clerk, but was glad to see present an old friend of his and theirs, Constable Rawlings (Applause.) They had met to say "good-bye" to Mr Elsbury. Before he came a num ber of pupil had to tramp to the Clayton school and others to that at Tooronga ro id, Malvern. They had possessed in Mr Elsbury an up-to-date head teacher, and thanks to his care and energy the school had been brought to a high standard. They ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLAYTON v. CLYDE [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

CLAYTON v. CLYDE On Saturday last Clayton met Clyde on the former's ground and had a pleasant afternoon's play. The Clyde boys were hardly as formidable as they might have been, but often had the locals going all they knew, In the first quarter the play started off at a brisk rate, and for some time neither side scored, and there seemed some iiklihood of a nice even game, but the aspect did not last long; Clay ton scored 2 goals 1 behind in quick time. This was answered by a point from Clyde, who were doing very well at this stage. They soon afterwards secured a sixer. but from then onwards it was a "cake-walk" for the home team. Final Scores. Clayton, 15 goals 13 behinds Clyde, 1 goal 6 behinds To-day Clayton journey to Pakenham where a hard game is expected. The following players are requested to attend: Axton, Beard (2), Cove, Watson, McGill, P. Murphy, O'Meara (2), Patterson, Ryan, Hansen, Carter, Cooper, A. Cochrane, Richardson, Brunett, Han=ey-Rooke, Neilson, O'Meara, Newport ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Letter Box. OAKLEIGH RIFLE CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

Our Letter Box. OAKLEIGH RIFLS CLUB. To THE EDITOR. Sir,-In your last issue a letter appeared signed "Johop," be waiiing the lack of interest in the I effort to form a rifle club for Oak leigh. Probably the reason is that most people fail to see what benefit the country is likely to receive from the formation of a rifle club at the present juncture. What is the object? Is it to prepare for home defence? If so I cannot help but think the idea is altogether an erroneous one. The defence of Australia at present, and probably for many years to come, is in Europe, 12,000 miles away, and the only difference is for the phy sically fit to join the expeditionary forces. Is It possible for any sen sible man to think if Germany wins this war, that if every man in Australia joined a rifle club, it would prevent the country falling into the hands of the enemy? If Germany can defeat England, France, Russian and Italy it must be a sangulne man indeed who has faith that the people of the Com monwea...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Licence Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

No Licence Meeting. n A successful No-Licence meet- sL ing was held in the Mechanics' fr Hall, Oakleigh, on Thursday eveu- a ing, the I7 h inst. Mr T. E. Varley, ai President of the Oakleigh Districts Of No-Licence Leagues, occupying W the chair. Vigorous addresses sI were given by Mr J. S. Bartrop, fil VXce President, and Mr A. E. a M'Micken. The programme ,f th music was contributed by Miss sc H itherall, of Murrumbeena, and tl .Ir E. H.- Lanyon, of Carnegie. n Miss Ethel Phillips was the elo- tC cutionist an I greatly pleased the st audience. t Mr Varley referred to the strik- s - ig success of prohibition in the c: States of America, which he had recently vfsited, and quoted figures supplied by the State Statistician Sof Kansas to show how the State prospered owing to the State being S'Dry." Messrs Bartrop and M'Micken I both dealt with the liquor traffic as q it is conducted in Victoria to-day, e a nd urged strenuous efforts for the abolition of the business. The Rev. Dr Seymou...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Friendly Societies' Bazaar WINDING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

Friendly Societies' Bazaar M ______ -_ Ia M WINDING UP. In connection with the recently of held bazaar a concert and dance, pj together with the drawing of the m various art-unions, took place on se Thursday evening in the Me- of chanics' Hall, and despite the b, inclement weather there was a to fairly good attendance. Mr Nicoll, a, chairman of the Committee, pre- 3 sided and said the bazaar was the p most successful ever held in the p district, and it was anticipated that a the net proceeds would amount to E over 4200. (Applause.) He n eulogised the harmoniouis manner p in which the undertaking had been a carried out by the various societies, and paid a tribute of praise to the g ladies and the secretary (Mr E Ritchie) for their val..able services. d The following program was rendered:-Song, The Wreckers' a Light, Mr A. E. Rowlands ; ti humorous recital (encored), Mr t, FaLmer ; humorous sketch, Snor- t; 1 kins (encored), Mr Robertson ; f siffleuse and twirling bar (encore, d ventr...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Munition Workers' League. OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE CO-OPERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

Nunilton Worke rs' Lagu. OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE CO-OPERATE. An important conference between the Oakleigh Borough and Mul grave Shire councils was held at the latter's hall on Thursday even ing last. Cr McLorinan (President of the Mulgrave Shire) was voted to the chair and read a letter from Mr G. W. Vowell explaining a suggestion by Mr J. L. Jeffrey, of Notting Hill, to organise voluntary workers to make munitions. The President explained that the Mulgrave Shire Council had gran ted the use rf the Shire Hall and that Mr Jeffrey had given the use of a lathe, which was already to hand and now stood befo,e them as practical-evidence of Mr Jeffrey's promptness and enthusiasm. Mr Vowell was asked by the President to explain the move meat, and stated that there were a n mber of people who desired to lead their assistance by volunteer ing portion of their time to help in any way they could at this time of national stress, and it was proposed C to organise these people with the idea of turni...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. Position of Clubs [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

Football d By "Follower." e FEDERAI, ASSOCIATION. I Posiiion of Clubs ClIb j 0a f Brighton 6 6 0 24 Cheltenham 7 6 1 24 Oakleigh 7 3 4 12 Moorabbin 7 3 4 12 IMurrambeena 7 2 5 S Moorabbin Park 7 2 5 S EIsternwick 7 1 6 4 LAST SATURDAYS RESULTS Oakleigh, 3.11 beat Moorabbin, 3.8 ; Moorabbin Park, 5 8 beat Murrumbeena, 5.4 ; Cheltenham, walk over from 1lsternwick Brighton, bye. Oakleigh v. tMoorabbin EXCITING FINISH. LOCALS WIN BY 2 POINTS. A large number of spectators witnessed the above match, which was played on the local ground on Saturday last under unfavorable conditions, the ground being very greasy and heavy. It was a game characteristic of hard knocks, bumping and sliding. Taking the play throughout it was clean, par ticularly even, with honors well divided. Oakleigh generally hand led the ball better - than their opponents, and at times showed system and many fine dashes, and in individual play several of their players stood out prominently. The first quarter opened with a s...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Fund. Performance of "The Border Marriage." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

Red Cross Fund. Performance of "The Border Marriage." For some weeks past, as we mentioned last week, the women of Oakleigh have met fortnightly in large numbers to make articles of comfort, medical necessity and clothing of various kinds for the men at the front who are bearing the brunt of the campaign in the Gallipoli Peninsula, and from week to week we have had pleasure in chronicling the despatch of many parcels to the central depot at government House. But however industrious the workers may be, and indeed because of it, a constant supply of material is necessary, to obtain which the "sinews of war" must be forthcoming in the form of cash. It was with this object in view that an entertainment was resolved upon, and the assistance of the Oaklelgh Dramatic Society and Pelling's Orchestra sought and kindly granted free of cost. It is gratifying to record that the local public accorded a bumper house, crowding the Mechanics' Hall in every part, and as a result the Red Cross Fund s...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The War [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

The War Mr John Alcock, of Mount Waverley, has been accepted for active service and goes into camp this week. Corporal C. Fatzeus, the Engi- neers, writes that he is in good health and is now at the Dar- danelles. News has been received from Pte. Norman Hocking, brother of the Misses Hocking, of Oakleigh, that he is in hospital at Malta and progressing favorably. O'er all there hung the shaduw of a fear A sense of misery his visage haunted, Which said as plain as whisper in the ear " With ' flu' he's haunted"' But I will not repine a little bit. Woods' Peppermint Cure is wanted. He took some—now he's well and fit, The' flu' avaunted -

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mulgrave Shire Council (Concluded from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 26 June 1915

iMuigrave Shire CounctI' (Concluded from last week.) The regular monthly meeting of the above was held on Thursday, 17th inst. Present-Crs McLorinan (presi dent), Jordan, Coleman, Stocks, Aurisch, Stewart, .Forster, Wilson and Closter. ORDINARY BUSINESS. Prevention is Better than Cure. Resolved on motion of Cr Stocks, seconded by Cr Jordan, that metal be put on Highbury roed as soon as possible, the latter suggesting that the assistant clerk of works go over the roads and note where the water lay and parts requiring at Metal-and More Metal. Cr Forster moved that metal be put on Ferntree Gully road, and Cr Wilson that Box Hill road be similarly attended to-Agreed to. The Fruitgrowers' Hall. Cr Coleman moved that a 12in pipe crossing be put into the Frait growers' Hall - Seconded by Cr Closter (who said the Association had erected a fence and much im proved the place) and carried. Wandering Horses and Cattle. Ranger Wilson said he had lately impounded many horses in the South Riding, ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 July 1915

A Big Variety of Crocker) Cutlery Ironrnongery, Meat Safes Garden Hose and Tools, Wire Netting. Plain & Barb Wire Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, helving, Baltic, Oregon, Moulding, Palings All Builders Requlre ments 'Reliable" Stoves, Bath Heaters AGENT FOR: International Harvester Gompany and the new, already famous reliable, money b, * 9 saving and ak worry saving Fire Extinguisher save hundreds of pounds by spending 15! Everything hard can be had at J. J* Webster's Hardware Store and STimber Yard, Broadway, Oakieigh 'Phone 28 Windsor. Australian Natives' Association OAKLEIW, DISTRICT BRANCH SEE.S alternate THURSDAYS at ^ 7.A5 p.m., in th d1echbnics' Insti tute, Oakleigh. Next Meeting July 15-Rifle Match v Chel tenham J. SaivTH, President R. J. RITCHIE, Sec SANCEIESTER UNITY INDEBEN DE.Nr ORDER OF ODDFSELtOWS Loyal Dunstan Lodge Meets at MIecha-ice' I stitute, Oak leigh, every alters tl Thursdays at S p.an. The wealthiest Friendly Siciety in the .Vorld, and the only F...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Letter Box. OAKLEIGH RIFLE CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 July 1915

Our Letter Box. OAXLEIGH RIFLE CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.-According to a letter which appeared in your last issue, the Oakleigh Rifle Club wvill not find a very ardent supporter tn "J. L." He belittles the value of rifle clubs and says in effect that it-is "simply beating the air," and that "the proper place for a man who can handle a rifle is in the firing line," If "J. L"-reads his daily paper he will find that it takes something more than good intentions to en able a man to get to that particular line. He wonders why wa should think of forming a rifle club. I think some of the reason- are-1i: That as this war is Itkely :o last a long time, a great many -f those joining a rifle club now are possibly preparing themselves for active service a few months hence. 2: If during the war a few German war ships should break through the British blockade, reach Australia and attempt to land forces, the more riflemen we have to welcome them the better. 3: There are many men who for various reas...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 July 1915

LOCAL & GENERAL -4"-- Particulars of interest to persons t desirous of becoming members of t the Oakleigh Rifle Club appear in our advertising columns. A Euchre Party and Dance will be held in the Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday evening, July 6, under the auspices of the Oakleigh Dis trict Brass Band. Tickets: Gent's 116, lady's 1/ The Rev E. H. Chapple will preach in the Presbyterian Church next Sunday at 11 and 7. Sub jects-Morning, "The Conditions of Discipleship"; evening, '"Our Ideals for Australia." Anthems Morning, "Let us now go even unto Bethlehem"; evening, "Make a Joyful Noise." All welcome. Books provided. The wandering cattle nuisance has of late become very pronounced in the Shire of Mulgrave, as in other places, and owners are noti fied that on and after July 15th they will be prosecuted in addition to the cattle being impounded. Footwear at about half usual prices at T. J. Watt's. Stock taking sale of sample and other lines in gent's boots in glace kid and box cal...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Glayton District Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 July 1915

e ) Clayton District Progress Association. The first annual meeting of the Y above was held In the Tennis Hall, SClayton, on Wednesday evening, e June 23rd. Although the weather - was anything but inviting, the Lt attendance numbered over 40. Y The President (Mr F. A. Y Bunny) was in the chair. The V Secretary (Mr. F. J. Creswick) Sread the minutes of the first meet o ing which he had convened for the purpose of forming a Progress As I sociation, and afterwards read the h inwards correspondence, amongst e which was a letter from Cr Mc s Lorinan intimating that he would Snot be seeking re-election when - his term of office expired by ef 1 fluxion of time in August next, and was asked to say a few words I on municipal affairs. Cr McLori nan was asked to reconsider his decision, but hlie was firm and could not be induced to retract from the step he had taken; noth ing was left but to accept his resignation with profound regret. A committee was then appointed to get candidates for the v...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Clayton District Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 July 1915

Clayton District Progress Association. A special meeting of the Clayton and District Progress Association was held in the Tennis Hall on Wednesday, June 30th. Mr F. A. Bunny (President, in chair) an nounced that at the annual meet ing the meeting closed without a secretary, treasurer, and vice presidents being appointed. Mr Creswick had decided to take up the secretaryship again. Mr Wat son was re-elected treasurer and Cr Aurisch and Messrs W. Bunny and R. Cooper were elected vice presidents; this finished the busi ness of the Progress Association. The secretary announced that at the last meeting a committee was formed to interview likely candi dates to contest the seat which will be rendered vacant by the retire ment of Cr McLorinan. Messrs Bunny, Murray Dixon, and G. Duerdin had been interviewed and said they were willing to submit themselves to a vote of the meet ing. Messrs Bunny and Dixon said they were willing to retire in favor of Mr Duerdin, Mr Duerdin addressed the meeting ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Railways Union. SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 July 1915

The Railways Union. SMOKE NIGHT. t The annual smoke social in con nection with the Oakleigh branch of the Victorian Railways Union was held on Saturday night in the lodge-room, Mechanics' Institute. f 'There was a large attendance, Mr E. Clayton (president) in the chair. The toast of The King, < submitted by the President was heartily honored. Concertina solo, Mr Coleman; I song, Aunie Laurie (encore, Sweet Adeline), Mr Moloney. Mr M. Crowe, in oroposing the toast of the V.R U., said some members of the branch rejoiced that it was doing good work, but some thought it was "classy"; he could assure them that it was out for the good of all grades. (Ap planse.) Song, comic, P.C. 49 (encore, I took off my coat to begin', Mr Howard. Mr Sutton said he had much pleasure in responding to the toast and hoped the branch would go on and prosper, bringing its influence to bear not only for the benefit of the railway workers but all workers in general. (Ap plause.) Concertina solo, Gou...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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