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Rifle Shooting [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

Rifle Shootiing The Oakleigh Branch A.N.A. Rifle Team opened the Metro politan Competition at Glen Huntly on Monday, 12th inst., in a match with the latter branch team and eventually won by 10 points. Prior to the shoot, J. D. Milne was again elected captain of Oak leigh team. The principal scorers for Oakleigh were:- Smyth, 24 ; Milne, 23 ; Will, 23, Hatt, 23; Doolan, 23 ; Johnson, 23 ; Webb, 23. Total, 162. Glen Huntly, 152. After the shoot Glen Huntly entertained the Oakleigh team at coffee and light refreshments, which were much appreciated. Captain Cannon (Glen Huntly) proposed the health of the Oakleigh team and Captain Milne suitably responded. On 15th inst. Cheltenham A.N. A. visited Oakleigh and shot a match in connection with the Metropolitan A.N.A. Competition, Oakleigh winnin by 6 points. The principal scorers for Oak leigh were:-Smyth, 25 (possible); Milne, 24 ; WViil, 23 ; Doolan, 23, Buchanan, 22 ; Johnson, 22. 161. Cheltenham, 155.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REJOINDER FROM EX-CR. MADIGAN (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

REJOINDER FRONM EX-CR. MADIGAN -(To the Editor.) Sir,-I would like through the columns of your paper to reply to the action of Cr McLorinan in his attack on me at the meeting of ratepayers held at Clayton on Monday night, when he read out a list of the number of meetings I missed (through ill-health) and also expressed suprise at the way in which ex-Cr Armstrong spoke of me. But he resigned his seat to let Cr McIorinan in, and was the first man to put his pen to paper to ask him to resign, fol lowed by about 50 other rate payers. About three months ago I was asked by a deputation of ratepayers to stand against Cr Mc Lorinan, but lhave no desire to stand against Mr Duerdin. With your permission, Mr Editor, I would like to give a short list of what I got done at the few un missed meetings, in which I was the prime mover:-Cutting Kelly's Hill, 150 ; getting Clayton school erected ; building of the Abattoirs ; Mulgrave post-office telephone ; telephone and milk sidings at Clayton and Sp...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Oakleigh Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

Oakleigh Mechanics' Insfitute. The monthly ,meeting of the committee of management was held on Tuesday evening. Present -Messrs Easton (vice-president), in the chair, Considine, Davey, Knights, Wilmoth, Harston, Heate, Straede,'Stewart (treasurer), Berry (secretary), and Dr Birch. An apology, was 'read from the President, expressing a hope to be present at the August meeting. From Oakleigh. Rifle Club, re questing rise of hall. for, drilling purposes on Monday nights-Mr Davey explained that a nominal rent to cover the cost of gas -might be made-Mr Stewart objected that damage would be done to the floor, which was specially pre pared for dancing, and as a drill hall was shortly to. be erected the matter might be deferred to the next meeting-Mr Considine sup ported the application-Mr WViI moth suggested that suitable shoes be granted- Mr Harston said plans were in progress for erecting' a drill hall on the mill site in Wil lesden road-Granted free, pro vided boots without nails are wo...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

Oakleigh Police Court.. Thursday, July 15. Before Messrs McLorinan (chairman), Henry and O'Leary, J's.P. Debt. T: Jones v. Percy Miller, claim £38/6/4. Order for amount, with 30/- costs, or distress. E. A. Cope v. R. McCutcheon, claim £9/1017. Order for amount, .with 51- costs. Riding on Footways. Constable lilne v. J. WV. Hud son, riding a motor cycle on Dan denong road footway Defendant, who appeared, said the read was in a terrible condition. The Bench said that was no excuse and the practice was -cery dangerous to pedestrians. Fined 20/-. . Inspector Wilcock v. Alex. Wilson, riding a bicycle on War rig:il road footwVay, Geo. 11. Lister, assistant town clerk, proved the offence. Fined 10/- and 2/6 costs, 7 days allowed f ir payment. John Woods, who did not ap pear, was charged with driving a waggon over Preston road. The Inspector prn.ved the offence. Fined 10/- and 2/6 costs. Inspector Wilcock proceeded against Lewis R Harold and John Mitchell for driving their motor cycles alon...

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 — 24 July 1915

The War In connection with the special appeal-of the Mayoress (Mrs W. J. Andrew) for our sick and wounded soldiers a grand picture night will be held next Monday, 26th July, in the Mechanics' Hall. Tickets, is, may be had from any member of the Red Cross ~ociety. There will be no reserved seats. Ack nowledged with thanks -- Mr T. O'Leary, 10s ; small donations, 2s 6d. The Mayor (Cr Andrew) ack nowledges with thanks a cheque for ,£1/1/- from Mr F. WV. Gessner for the Australian sick and woun ded soldiers, and will be pleased to receive and acknowledge further donations. The Patriotic and Red Cross Guilds dispatched seven large packages last week--Four going to Federal Government House, con taining bandages, pillows, py jamas, flannel shirts, face washers, socks; 2 parcels to Lady Mayoress League, containing flannel shirts, cardigan vests, socks, and caps. The socks sent in from Sister Susie's Knitting Circle, five pairs; the wool was given. Twenty pairs were made-from Red Cross Wool ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Landing of the Australians at Dardanelles. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

The Landing of the Australians at Dardanelles. Hurrah for Australia, our boys at the front Are as brave as the heroes of old. The dangers they faced on the Dardanelles coast 'Through the ages to come shall be told. The fierce hail of bullets and screaming of shells, stimulated their courage the more, And onward they dashed tho' their comrades went down, Till they reached the high cliffs on the shore. Now "Come on, Australia, the watchword was given Midst the booming of guns and the noise, And tho' snipers were picking their officers off, Still dauntless dashed on those brave boys. Though thousands were wounded and many were slain, They are cheerfully bearing the brunt And hoping their wounds won't detain them too long, From returning to the front. One even went so far as to say that he hoped He would quickly get back to his work "If I can't hold a rifle" he laughingly said "I'll go back and pelt stones at the Turks." Stich heroic action as they have displayed, Will surely make other...

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 — 24 July 1915

GLEN1 WAVERLEY. Last week the undermentioned articles were forwarded to the Central Depot, Red Cross Society, Melbourne, per Mrs Hussey:-2 large cases and 2 parcels oi old linen, 13 pillow slips, 4 suits of pyjamas, 11 binders, 18 bandages, 18 face washers, 48 handkerchiefs, 6 knitted comforters, 8 pairs of hand-knitted socks, 2 quilts Mrs Hussey acknowledges par cels of linen from Mrs West. Mrs Banks, Mrs Young, Miss Howley, Mrs Dalgleish, Mrs Pettar, Miss Pellar, Mrs Owens, Miss F. O'Dea and Miss Farquy. A sum of ;A583/9/1 (which In cluded 2 cwt. of coppers) was rsised for the sick and wounded soldiers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground recently by a performance given by the Associated Bands, the Oakleigh Brass Band taking part. A similar entertainment will be held on Sunday, 1st August, in the same place, in aid of the Lady Stanley Fund. A concert and presentations to 13 Clayton soldiers (most of them sons of old residents) who have enlisted for the front will" be held in the Tennis...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football Oakleigh West v. Carnegie. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

Football Oakleigh West v. Carnegie. This match was played on th local ground last Saturday, and after a hard fought and friendly game resulted in a win for Car negie. The scores were Carnegie-6 goals 10 behin-ds Oakleigh W-3 go21s 7 behinds. Goal-kickers for Oaskleigh-L. Sharp, McPherson and Newport. Best players for Oaklelgh were Shillinglaw, McPherson, Sharp Bros., O'Donoghue, Dale, Master ton, Newport and Lothian.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 For Bronchial Cougha, take Wooda' Great Peppermint Cure,1/6, The Turf MOONEE VALLEY RACES Pascoe Handicap Duel or Ejector Brush Steeple Statecraft or Ungala Valley Handicap Meritus or Defence Jumpers' Flat Jullunder or Contestor Boy Welter-Abdicator or Lornez GAVE UP HER BUSINESS BECAUSE POOR HEALTH FORCED HER TO. _ 7- S TO U, CURED .HER. There are many young women in Melbourne and Victoria who go to bus;ness and have to give it up because they have lost health and strength. Here is an instance in point where Miss Ada Maylor, Albert Park, had to give up her duties, and but for Clements Tonice would perhaps be in ill-health still. She writes her story as follows to weak, run-down, nervous women who seek health. This med:cine gives it. 33 \jihers Street Albert Park. 20, i11 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Mother and I think it only right that we should let you know the great benefits I re ceived from the use of your Clements Tonic....

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Mulgrave Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

iMulgrave Shire Council. ...., -o- A meeting to deal with business adjourned from the previous meet ing was held on Thursday even ing. Present - Crs McLorinan (President), Coleman, Jordan, Stewart, Aurisch, Stocks and Closter. Tenders. Tende; s were accepted for the following works: Forming, metalling, etc., about 6 chains, May road, near Duns combe's-A. Mullens. Glen Wa verley, N211/7/-. Clearing, forming, 40 chains, Jell road--A- Mullens, Glen Waverley, £_37/10. Correspondence. From Department of Public Wotks re labor difficulty anticipa ted at the harvest owing to so many of the young men enlisting for military service-Resolved that action be deferred. From R. Barker, thanking council for letter of sympathy re his son, who was wounded at the Dardanelles. From Clarinda Progress As sociation, asking for copy of business paper for every meeting Agreed to. From Bendigo Citizens Defence League re work for those unable to enlist-Resolved that the council is in sympathy. From Vestry of ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Obituary. The Late Pastor Bamber. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

Obituary. The Late Pastor Bamber. We record with regret the death of Pastor J. W. Bamber, of the Particular Baptist Church, which occurred at his residence, Col lings street, Oakleigh, on the 13th inst. He was born in the town of Preston, Lancashire, England, on June 19, 1849, and left for New Zealand when he was ten years of age. After residing there for about three years he removed to Melbourne, and in 1865 began temperance work in the old Tem perance Hall. When he was 16 years of ago he was converted and at once began to preach, attending his store during the week, till in 1870 he was requested by Pastor D. Allen to go to preach at the Baptist Church, Launceston, Tas mania, where a month afterwards he received a hearty invitation to the pastorate. From that time he gave himself entirely to the work of the ministry. He also did good work among the convicts, and upon leaving the district he was presented with a purse of sover eigns. In 1874 he accepted an invitation to Eaglehawk, V...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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MT. WAVERLEY [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 July 1915

MT. WAVERLEY A well-attended recruiting meet- ing was held at the Fruitgrowers' Hall, Mt. Waverley, on Friday evening, 9th inst. Addresses were given by Crs Coleman, Closter, Messrs White, Lechte, Johnson, Timberlake, and Keast, M.L..A., great enthusiasm being aroused, evidencing the loyalty of the residents in a marked degree. A number of young men have en- listed from the North Riding.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Glen Waverley. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 July 1915

Glen Wa~verey.V A very pleasant social evening was spent by a large company at i Glen Waverley Hall on Thursday, the 22nd inst at the invitation of Mr H. Jackson, who has 'enlisted in the Exeditionary Forces. It was not to be eousidered a send off or a farewell, but Mr Jackson took the opportunity of having a pleasant evening with his numer ous friends before going into camp. The time was spent in song and dance until a very late hour. The following men have joined the Expeditionary Forces from the Centre Riding of Mulgrave: Messrs Adams, Arnold, Beacom, Beard, Bevan, Campbell, Corke, Dagnall, Fear, Gunther, Herriott (2), Horner, Jackson, Jane, Law, Marwick (2), McNally, May, Parsons (B), Smith, N. Smith, and Wilson (2).

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 — 31 July 1915

For Broncilial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,1/6. A Big Variety of Crockery, Cutlery. Ironmongery, Meat Safes Garden Hose and Tools, Wire Netting, Plain & Barb Wire TIMBER Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, helving, Baltic, Oregon, MIouding, Palings All Bualde s Requirc -ents 'reliable" nt-ves, B th "alers AGENT FOR : International a1'des tet Company and the new, already famous reliable, money ý K * 99 saving and worry saving Fire Extinguisher save hundreds of pounds by spending 15/ E?terythirn haud can bs had at J. J° W ebster's Hardwara Store and Timbes Yard, Broadway, Oak eigh 'Phone 28 Windsor. Auastalian Natices' Association OAKLEIG(I DISTP.?CT ERANCH I TEEDS alternat. THURSDAYS at Ai 7.45 p.m., in the Mechinico' Insti tute, Oakleigh. Next Meeting August-12-Rifle Match v. South Yarra J. Smyth, President R. J. Ritchie, Sec. MANCHESTER UNIFY INDEPEN DENT OilRDE OF ODDFZLL?)W Loyal Dunstan Lodge Meets at Mechanics' fIstitute, Oak leirh, every alternate Thursd...

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Caulfield Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 July 1915

Caulfield Council. V, The fortnightly meeti g of the c Caulfield Council was held on Tuesday, when the 'Mayor (Cr Eggleston) presided. is nIDTFI OF TYRES ACT. i The councils of St Kild;. and a Prahran notified that they were I agreeable to requesting the . GCovenor-in-Counci to make regu- v !ations under the Width of Tyres t Act for operation in the adjoining f municipalities. Oakleigh Council notified that they approved of the i formation of a Weights and c Measures Union with Brighton and ] Caufield. r On the recommendation of the t Conumittee it was resolved to take I all necessary steps to form the I Union, and request each council to L appoint two delegates as managers. s They recorm-n-ded that the in spector to b " enointed should also r operate the .:Vth of Tyres regu- s lations, and th : question of having c the same I tor to carry out the Pure Food Act be decided later. r RESIGNA'CION OF CR. BROOKSIIHAW. Cr Brookshaw forwarded his resignatien as a representative of the East...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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The Northern Territory [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 July 1915

The Northern Territory BY H. B. GOEBY, late of Survey Department, N.T. As the problem of populating the far North has been occupying the minds of many of late, perhaps a description of that portion of fjAustralia would not prove un interesting. Port Darwin, the principal, or I may add, the only port of this vast country, is situated on the ex treme North-West coast, forming a fine harbor, capable of admitting the largest steamers. A fine jetty, very substantially built of cast angle iron, runs far out from the shore, in consequence of the great fail of the tides something like 2S feet; On the near foreshore are seen many types of boats, from the smart looking motor launch to the quaint Chinese sampan, and vast numbers of pearling luggers unloading their cargoes of pearl shell. As the tide goes out, leaving many of these craft high and dry, the crews take advantage of the circumstances to reload for another cruise, or begin to patch, paint, or repair, as the case may be. Palmerston, ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Presbyterian Boys' Brigade. THE RED CROSS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 July 1915

Presbyterian Boys' Brigade. THE RED CROSS FUND. On Monday evening the Pres byterian Church, Oakleigh, was filled with an appreciative audi ence, the occasion being a concert by the Boys' Brigade, assisted by the Sunday-school girls and others. The Rev E. H. Chapole, who pre sided, expressed the gratification of Mrs Auldist and Miss Mabel Auldist, who had arranged the evening and trained the children, for the splendid audience and the children for their hearty co-opera tion, which would enable them materially to assist the Red Cross Fund for wounded soldiers. The Allies were fighting in JEurope on historic ground, but the Austra lians on soil even more ancient. As regards the Boys' Brigade, it was under the superintendence of Mrs-_Auldist and its motto was " Seek first the Kingdom of God." Its principles were to show re spect and obedience to their par ents, courtesy to those they meet, to show respect to age and assist the weak and aged. Altogether their principles were noble, and n...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Civilisation and the War. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 July 1915

Civilisation and the War. A valuable contribution to the literature of the war appears in a 16-page pamphlet published by Dr R. A. Buntine of Pietermnaritzburg, South Africa, entitled "Western Civilisation and the Present War," being a-paper read at the Y.M.C. A. Hall in March. We may men tion that Dr Buntine is a brother of Mrs E. S. Bindley, of Notting Hill. He is a brother of the principal of the Caulfield Grammar School, was educated at the Melbourne University, and was in Ladysmith during the whole period of its investment by the Boers. The writer deals first with the origin 6f the various European nations, pointing out that "the Germans are of pure Teutonic stock and belong to the second Aryan migration. The British are of very mixed origin, but include a I large 'Teutonic element. The Russians, again, represent the third or Sclavonic element of the Aryan family. Lastly, the Atis - trian nation is made up of three distinct peoples, viz., the Teu tonic, Slavonic and fMagyar (Tu...

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 — 31 July 1915

LOCAL & GENERAL Owing to pressure on our space, a lengthy report of A.N.A. Ladies' Night is unavoidably held over. Fifteen names were received to wards the formation of an A.W.A. Branch, and eight more are re quired before a charter can be obtained. Those desirous of be coming members may obtain all information from Mrs J, D. Milne, Warrigal road south, or Mrs R. J. Ritchie, Broadway. 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 calf from 6/6. See these; they are surprising value.' The Oakleigh Branch of the Australian Women's National Lea gue held a successful anniversary celebration on Thursday. A full report will appear next week. For Mlen's Strong and Medium Watertight Boots you will find T. J. Watt's lines true to name and the prices are the lowest as well. The application of the new Licensing Act has affected the number of visitors to Brighton Beach on Sunday afternoons. While the ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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They Say AN EPITOME OF FACT AND RUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 July 1915

They Say AN EPITO ME OF FACT AND RUM OR. That although the war has d overshadowed most other concerns, the municipal elections are to be I held as usual. That local self-government must go on, but the contests will pro bably be fought without strong · party spirit. That the Munitions Factory at the Shire Hall is turning out a F large number of articles useful to the Red Cross Society. That the workers exhibit in- t duistry and loyalty in their daily C self-imposed tasks. That the question of the re moval of the pine trees in Atkin son street will come before the 1 Borough Council on Tuesday next. .That offers have been in- I' vited, we understand, for obtain- t' an estimate of the cost rather than d carrying out the work. That with the North Ward in C debt and need for urgent work, it C would be waste of money to re- P move the trees at present. That tree planting in Drummond a street should be undertaken this season. That the Mayor (Cr Andrew) a2 has had a -trenuous term of office ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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