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Cricket. OAKLEIGH v. MURRUMBEENA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 March 1914
Cricket. OAKLEIGH V. MURRUJMBEENA. This match was commenced on Saturday last and will be conclu ded to-day. Neither team was represented by its full strength. Oakleigh were only able to muster eight men; the captain, Geo. Mc Gill, being on the injured list. Scores Murrumbeena. Cooper, b Bindley .. 24 Day, I.b.w., b Bindley... 8 West, b Bindley .. 17 Cove, b Lee ... 0 Hedley, b Bindley - . O Armstrong, b Bindley ... 8 Dick, l.b.w., b Palmer 13 Hamilton, b Palmer -. 1 R. Dick, b Palmer .. 5 Corran, b Palmer .. 7 Cooper, not out "*" 6 Sundries 17 Total 106 Bowling-Bindley, 5 for 43; C. Palmer, 4 for 31; Lee, 1 for 14. Oakleigh. Bigelow, c, b Dick .. 7 K. Looker, not out .. 36 Green, b West .. 23 Alder, b Cove ... 8 Lee, not out .. 2 Sundries 13 Total, 3 for 89
Our Letter Box. MULGRAVE SHIRE HALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 March 1914
Our Letter Box, MULORAVE SHIRE HALL. To TaHE DITo). Sir,-As one who takes a great interest in the moving of the Shire offices from Oakleigh into the Shire I welcome your criticism on this question in the hope that it will lead to the ventilating of the subject and be the means of satis factorily settling this long stand ing grievance to the advantage of the ratepayers. Firstly, I think there are eight out of nine councillors in favor of having offices in our own territory. As you remarked in your article the difficulty will probably arise over the choice of a site. At the meeting of ratepayers held in Glen Waverley on the 7th inst I made a statement that the committee of the Glen Waverley Mechanics were willing to hand over that building to the Council providing certain rights were reserved. The Committee are aware that legal advice would have to be obtained as to what powers they possess; but this offer was made because the question of finance being rais ed might preclude the Counc...
The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 March 1914
The Rainfall. Mr Benson reports as follows : January, 1914 .. .. I'45in Do. average previous 28yrs 2'20in Do., 1913 .. .. '46in February, 1914.. ... 'llin Do. average previous 28yrs 1.58in Do., 1913 .. .. I'25in Two months, 1914 .. 1'56in Do. average previous 28yrs 3:78in Mr J. Scott Rogers, managing clerk at Oakleigh Brick Works, left on Monday for Port Lincolh, South Australia, where Mr A. Baxter has a railway contract, to act as clerk and paymaster. He expects to be absent for six or seven months.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 March 1914
Psrtner.-T G. aSG\VT'N L'W. aCO'TT rANL'iL.P2iARDS SrJOCTJIONEE?. i .ana, 'iancialt an: ineuranc. r::Frnai and Prop erty Salcomen L4 ,kVtSQwN- " VALU _' "1 .for the ..J' : ,SiL OF. 0 ALUL 1VE. VALLT'TOh ir'1. UL OROUGHi OF O.AKiLEft;ii. Mioney to Lend. Farm Propertiee. ioi'ss and Laud for Sale on Easy iTera. i rmns and Villas ro Let in" O;akei'h and District. Send particulars ot your Properties you wish to Sell oi Let. Clients waiting. lItE%'INr COLL~rECTEDIK . Bead Otice-Portmanin streeet, near Station Qdk. LEG I I Branch O(lices at Broadway, Oakleigh 'md Glen Waverley. . NOTE-3fMr Sandilandai can be consulted at his private residence, "ivy Court," - ark Road, Oakileigh, after oilice hours Telephone 59, Oaleigh Telephone No. 19, Oakleigh Exchange Ruby & Robinson, --i _ .__.Gevre Ruibyv-S.orn Valuer \V. Godfre -Robinsuou-Auctioneer Estgiel insurance 'and Finiiancial =AgiA housq, LaJ and Farm Salesi tn Prpperties Le't n'd3 Preuts Collected 'Losais negotiated alt owest rates o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 March 1914
susiness idotices. RIlYI3 VJt4S. RODDiC1CS TH E DtA P ER Atherton Road, Oak eigh The Best KousT e for Value and Vane ty in all ind of 3raer t iP oots and Shoes. A Large Stook to choose from all in today We open till 10 p m. Friday. Close at I o'clo@ Saturday Phone 150 Oakleigh. t T h e O ld G o rs n dais hetdo , Grocery, Coffee, and Tea Stores, Opposite Railway Station Entrance. o 0 Freshly Roasted Coffee Beans Ground to Oidet. Dairy Produce Fresh Daily. Noted shop for aCmS end $eCOn. Sole Agent fot-VaCUUm OiN Cows. Perfection Stoves end Ronm Hea"ers. Establshed 11379. S. Au COPE lBlack Flat Post Oflice elnral Store SPRITGVALE IRA' For Valce in all GENERAL DEIAPE2Y BOOTS, SHOES, Grocery, Crackery Ironmongery, &c. FP3xamileJ Whited on 2F Order FOR A FAS UNABLE BUF1 T`2' Chas. BURTON TAILOR 419 Bourke=st,, dkbourne (Oposite Kirk 's Bazaar) Sst Fler) Fit, Styte-ad Workmanship Ourelnteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Private " ona," Atherton Road, Oakleigh. Address Switts to 0su Y l ...
Oakleigh Public Baths. Arranging for Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 March 1914
Oakleigh Public Baths. Arranging for Bazaar. A public meeting in connection with the above was held on Tues day evening in the lodge-room, Mechanics' Institute. The Mayor (Cr Knight) presided and there were 11 present, including three ladies. The Chairman, in reply to Mr Rawlings, stated that the committee had inspected various sites and referred them to Mr Langford, Borough Surveyor, for report. Mrs E. M. Cooper (hon. secre tary of the Ladies' Committee) re ported as follows:-Amount ad vanced by General Committee, £10; goods sold, £2/141/4; total, £12/14/4; amount spent by Buying Committee, £101/3/1; balance on hand, £211113. Sanction was sought for endorsement of raffling -The Chairman stated that he understood permission had been tacitly granted-Resolved on mo tion of Messrs Rawlings and Blackburn that books of tickets for raffling two sewing machines, pur chased by the committee, be printed pending receipt of official permis sion from the Attorney-General. Mr Clucas stated that ...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 28 March 1914
LOCAL & UENERAL. ----^--- We refer our readers to the fourth page for Oakleigh Building Regulations, Our Letter Box, and Cricket. On Tuesday evening next, 31st inst., a concert will be held in the Mechanics' -Hall in aid of public. swimming baths for Oakleigh. A programme of exceptional merit will be_ rendered by approved ar tists under the direction of Miss D. Spencer, the first item being a grand ballet danced by local chil dren under her direction. The principal artists are Edie O'Mara, charming balladist; Baby Coppard (late of leading theatres), the Chi'ldW-6nder; MIalcolm and Tom Semple, Prahran's premier duet tri ;il;S-can wvorld'-i emparor of magic; Tomn Daw:ion, Australia's : k"'S.. n.It-.i 7t - Spencer Sisters (laIt '6f"tIndia), son and dance artists; Bob Lloyd, character co median; and Do Little and Steele (steal), clever comedy artists. The ,rices of admission are I/-, front seats; body of hall, 6d ; reserved seats, 6d extra, may be booked at Miss Knights' shop. M...
Market Gardeners' Association. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
Market Cardeners' Asso= djation. 11ALt'-YEARLX MEE'I'ING. 'T'Li2 twenty-seventh halt-yearly muee.ting of members was held in tie City on WVeduesday evening, 25th ult. A resolution was adot ted on the motion of Messrs Stayner aitdl Ryan whereby the Association expressedl the opinion that a morn ing market was preferable to an evening, an amendment by Messrs 3arnett and Penny to the contrary nat finding sufficient favor. The manager (Mr Knight) said that during the last few weeks the Association had not sent a ca'bbage to the country. The stuff coming forward was not good enough to send away. Generally at this time of the year the Association received cabbages of good quality from Somerville and Tyabb, but latterly the cabbages had been very poor. He anticipated that the Association wouicl pass through a bad period during tile next two months. The committee's report and the balance-sheet were adopted with very little discussion as follows: Follow-ingr upon the close of a suc ceasful t...
Conditions of Living in Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
Conditiojns of Living in Canada The comparative conditions of livin. in Canada and Australia are all in facor of the latter, as the following extract from a letter re ceiced by Mr E. B3. Shillinglaw shows-"lTrade is very bad just njow and we find it hard to manage on 1 5 dollars a week, as things are so dear. Eggs are 216 dozen, butter 1/6 Ib, beef dear, liver 12 cents; when we came here first we could get as much as we wanted for 5 cents: 5 cents is like a penny in England and the dollar like 1/. I wil he glad when the spring conies, but that will not be till about May. There are so many people coming into Toronto from the west and the Immigtration icity nicd people out that have 10o milney - the very poor class of I London aol other h)att:i of England --and tell theu there is IJlenty of worn, which theje in not, so the poor tuings are cold anii hungry. * Montreal is more French, and we have hijl it dreadfully cold, 2Ng. - below zero-tihe cold ct wc ha've had for years, they .ay -a...
A Grateful Defendant. "Thank you, very much." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
A Grateful Dcfenidanit. "Thank you, very much," At the Criminal Court on Mon day, before Mr Justice Hood, Edward Walsh was charged with having on November 22 stolen a cow, the property of George Thomas, dairyman, of Burwood. Mr Wornarski, K.C., prosecuted, and Mr Ridgeway defended. The case for the Crown was that Mr Thomas missed a cow from his paddock on November22. On the same day Welsh brought a cow to Adolph Paul, a manufacturer, living at Hawthorn, and sold it to himi for £6. A few days later the cow which Paul had bought dis appeared from his paddock and returned to her calf at Thomas's dairy. It was suggested Walsh had first stolen the cow, sold it to Paul, and then searing trouble, had* again stolen the beast from Paul, and returned it to Thomas's paddock. For the defence, Mr Ridgeway said that the animal which Walsh had sold to Paul was not the cow which had, disappeared from Thomas's paddock. The jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty, whereupon Walsh cried in a loud voice:...
Here and There [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
Ilere and There [Ivy Civisil. The sale of Woodlands Park Estate on Saturday week attracted a large crowd and the whole 68 lots were disposed of at, what was generally regarded,as remunerative prices to the vendor. Certainly, those lots situated on a made.road sold at 14 - per .foot were cheap. The big assemblage in the spacious marquee was strongly reminiscent of the l'land boom" times, but trth to say the present gradual- rise in land values does not much resemble the mad gambling in land which characterised :that period. The adjoining Dawson Park Estate is selling like--hot cakes, less than one-third remaining Now that there is a prospect of settlement on a large scale in that. corne-r of Malvern, possibly to be accelerated by tramway communication, the Borough shduld: round off its boundaries by getting that portion between Warrigal and Poath roads and Waverley and Dandenong roads added to the municipality. It is stated that the gold-mining township of Chewton for some time past ...
Oakleigh Public Baths. MEETING OF LADIES' COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
Qakleigh Public Baths. MEETING OF LADIES' COMMITTEE. The Ladies' Committee held a attended meeting on Thursday afternoon, 26th ult. and made good progress in furthering arrange ments for the bazaar. The follow donations were reported for various competitions : Best Fruit Cake, not less than 21b, six entries or no prize-lst pair boots, value 12/6, gift of Mr Wells. SJam Sandwich, no icing-Prize 5/- gift of Mr Thomasetti. Plate of Scones-Prize, 51-, gift of Mrs Fitzpatrick. Dressed Doll, girls 14 to 18 1st prize, 7/6 ; 2nd, 3/-. Gift of Mrs Secomb. Tray Cloth, best worked, white -Prize. 10/6, gift of Mrs Perris, three entries or no prize. Best Crochet D'oyley-Prize 2/6, donated by Mrs Prowd. Three Gents' Buttonholes - Prize 2/6, gift of Mrs Clements. Three Ladies' Dress Sprays Prize 216, gift of Mrs Frank. Child's White Dress-Prize 10/6, gift of Mrs A. Knight, three entries or no prize. A meeting was held on Thurs day evening on the stage, Mec hanics' Institute. The Mayor presided and...
CLUB XI v. PRAHRAN BOHEMIANS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
Ci.cn XI v. PAluuhR BOHEMIIANS This ruatch was played on the local ground last Saturday, and resunlted in an easy win for the borne team. IHatt again topped the score tor tihe locals, getting 49 by first-class cricket; BIurton also batted wvell for 27. The downfall of the visitors was mainly due ·to the brilliant bowling of A Bennett, who socurcd 7 wickets for 10, in cluding the hat trick. Scores: Prahran. W. Planner, b Traill .. 2 Reedy, b Traill .. 1 Webster, b Bennett .. 3 Sinclair, b Bennett ... 2 Duncan, b iBennett 24 H. Planner. b Bennett.. O Ridout, b Dcuiiett .. O Stephens, i! Bennett .. O Rhodes, Li Traill .. O Rudale, Li Bennett -. 2 Male, not out 3 Total 37 Bowlink-Bennett, 7 bor 10; A. TrailI, 3 for 2L. Oakleigh. O' Meara, r, b Duncan 1 Berry, b Duncan Barker, c, b Duncan -*- 7 Trajil, b Duncan .. 2 Hatt, b Duncan .. 49 Bennett, b Planner .. 12 Thompson, b Planner .. 13 Cooper, iJ Reedy ... 7 Burton, b Reedy ... 27 French, L Reedy .. O Ralph, not out .. O - Sundries .. 2...
CLAYTON v. OAKLEIGH SEMI-FINAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
CLAYTON v. OAKLEIGH SEMI-FINAL MATCH. This match was continued at Springv'ale on Saturday last. The not out batsmen for Oakleigh con tinued their innings and brought the score from 103 to 124 before being disposed of, Oakleigh hav ing a lead of 4L runs on the first innings. Clayton then took pos session of the wickets for the second time, scoring 149; Axton 37, Scott 30, R. Longmuir 22, and A. Jack 15 where their principal scorers. Oakleigh in their second innings have lost 3 wickets for I8 runs, and have 91 runs to make to win, with 7 wickets in hand. The match should prove exciting to day, which in all probability will be brought to a finish. The following are the scores: Clayton. FirstInnings .. 82 2nd innings. Axton, b Hart .. 37 Upton, c, b S. Davidson 1o R. Longmuir, b S. Davidson22 Raymnant, b N. Davidson 4 Scott, c, b Hart .. 30 Jack. b Davidson ... 15 A. Longmuir, b N. Davidson4 Field, b Hart .. 2 J. Longmnuir, b N. Davidson 0 Alva, b N. Davidsoi .. 0 Richardson, not out .....
NOTTING HILL V. RICHMOND A.N.A. RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
NoTTrING HIL. V. RICHMtOND A.N.A. RAMaBnLs. The above match was played on the local ground last Saturday, the visitors winning by 35,runs. The scores were as follows: Notting Hill. Bailey, l.b.w., b Nancarrow 0 Doolan, c and b Nancarrow 0 Gunther, b Nancarrow .. 4 Wilson, l.b.w. b Nancarrow 9 Beveridge, b Nancarrow.. 13 Clipperton, st and b ILegge 8 Dyer, run out 7 - C. Beacom, b Berry .. 5 Kitchen, c and b Berry ... S H. Beacom, b Berry ... 0 Allan, b Berry .. .. O Clark, not out .. 10 Sundries ... ... 6 Total = .. 70 Richmond Ramblers. Legge, c and b Bailey .. 28 McIntosh. b Bailey ... O Gregory. l.b.w., b Bailey 4 Chalk, b Doolan .. 1 H. McIntosh, b Doolan.. 2 Yule, b F. Gunther .. 8 Young, c and b Bailey .. 18 Nancarrow, b Bailey .. 8 Berry, b F. Gunther ... 11 F. Mose, b F. Gunther .. 2 Johnston. b Bailey .. 8 J. Johnston, b Gunther.. 1 Sundries .. 14. Total .. 105
They Say AN EPITOME OF FACT AND RUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
Thev Say AN EPITOME OF FACT AND RUMOUR. That on Wednesday evening next The Snowdrops will give their third concert in the Mechanics' Hall. That it takes the form of a Rag time and Plantation Night and no pains have been spared to make it attractive. Thmt the Ladies' Committee in Icntne;con with the proposed haths d r: l:r~gely attended and seqess:; u! mi ng on Thursday wees. That the Richmond Caledonian Society's Pipe Band and the Oakleigh Brass Band have decided to give a Scottish Night at the Mechanics on 22nd inst. That leading Melbourne artists will take part, including a cham pion lady piper. That a bazaar in aid of the pro posed baths in Oakleigh will be held on 14th, 15th and 16th May in the Mechanics' Hall. That all interested are working hard to make the undertaking a thorough success. That Sunday last was selected by several district churches for anniversary services. That it is pity they do not co operate and arrange these cele brations for separate Sundays. That Newton a...
Cricket. OAKLEIGH v. MURRUMBEENA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 April 1914
Cricket. OGALEIGH V. MaURRUMIBEENA. This match was concluded last Saturday at Central Park and closes the competition so far as Oakleigh is concerned. Oakleigh won by 1u wickets. Murrumheenia 1st Innings 105 ;'nd Innins. Cooper, C & h Bindley .. 14 Da3y, C & Binidley .. 14 West, b Palmer .. 13 Cove, 1) IBindley .. 1 Dick. not out .. 6 Cooper, b Bindley .. 0 Hamilton, b Palmer .. 5 Hedley. b Palmer .. 5 Sundries - 4 Total 57 Bowling - Bindley, 4 for 18 : Palmer, 3 for 31. Oakleigh-lst Innings. Bigelow, c, b Dick .. 7 K. Looker, b Day .. 41 Green, b West .. 23 Alder, b Core ... S Lee, c Dick, b Day .. 10 Palmer-,b West .. 0 Denton, b West - .. 0 Bindley, not out, .. 8 Webb, b West .. 1 Sundries 15 Total 113 Oakleigh-2ndInnings. Looker, not out ... 24 Green, not out> .. 24 Sundries 11 No wickets for 59