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Orange Blossom. TADGELL—FOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 January 1914
Orange Blossom. i TADGE~LL--FOSTER. y Zn Tnadday," 16th ult., a ver Interesting wedding took place a St. Mattelwi's Church, Wellington, the Rev. J. C. Atkinson being the officiati:'g minister. The: happy couple were Miss A. Foster, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Foster, two of the oldest residents of Glen Waverley, and Mr G. Tadgell, second son of Mr. and Mrs Tad gell, of Caulfield. The bride wore a handsome gown of embroidered voile, bridle veil and wreath, and was given away by her uncle, Mr T. O'Dea. .The Bridesmaids were Miss E. Foster, sister of the bride, and Miss T. Pettar, who were neatly dressed in embroidered muslin and lace coatees. The bridegtro? was supported by Mr I D. Herriott, and Mr Gill Woods. The -bride~room's. gifts to bride and btitfesmdids were very pretty gold wishbone brooches. After the wedding the newly married couple and their guests drove to the Glen Waverley Hall, where a most excellent breakfast was enjoyed and the 'oride and bridegroom received the cong...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 January 1914
iGlen Waverley Sports. SSPECIALLY NOTE The Third Annual Bicycle and Athletic Sports At Glen Waverley On January 26th on The Recreation Ground Splendid Varied Program £75 Given in Prizes. High Jumps for Ponies, Horses, etc. Monster Mulgrave Shire Sports for Young and Old. Come One, Come All, and Enjoy Yourselves on Australia's national day. Meals and liquid refreshments obtainable on the ground at reason alile rates. Look out for Che muotor-'bus and drag and be in time. Don't Forget -- Monday, 26th January, GleIr Waverley Recrea tion Ground. B. C. Lavender and Co. (Auc tioneer Mr Harold Looker )" hold an auction sale on Saturday next, 24th inst., of a new, well-l3uilt, d.f. villa in Kothanm-street; Oak leigh. Sii iStc~c~kta n SALE r , ,BA A NS Our Stocktaking takes place at the end of the month and in order to reduce our stocks of Crockery, .Glassware, Jronrnon gery, we have marked these goods down to a fraction over cost. SEE OUR WINDOWS !~r~ 3;TH~ CASHQ (Opp. State Savings Bank) Te...
Cricket. OAKLEIGH A. v. MALVERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 January 1914
Cricket. OAKLIGHI A. V. iMAILVERN DISTRICT. This match was commerjced on Saturday last on the CentrW1 Park, East Malvern. Oakleigh won the toss and batted fitst. Geo. McGill played a splendid innings for 135 runs, including 6 sixers and 18 fourers. Oakleigh lost 8 wickets for 310 runs. OAKLEIGH. K. Looker, b Prentice .. 29 G. McGill, 1.b.w. Tormey 135 WV. Thompson, b Tormey 4 F. Looker, 1.b.w. b Oakley 20 E. Bigelow, b Oakley .. 5 WV. Ince, b Tormey .. 19 S. Green, not out .. 22 A.' Lee, b Tormey .. 25 H. Denton, b Tormey .. 4 C. Palmer, not out .. 17 Sundries .. 30 8 wickets for 310 _Oakley, 2 for :71 ; Tormniey, 5 for 109 ; Prentice, 1 for 39.
The Cakleigh Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 January 1914
The Oakleigh Carnival. The Carnival Committee met on Monday evening in the- Me chanics' Institute. Present-Crs Andrew (chairman), Knight (May or), Westley, Henry, Clements, Messrs Anderson, Barker, Con sidine, J. Fisher, Rawlings, GiI iespie, Blackburn (treasurer), Goding, A. Berry, Heale, Orr, Fitzpatrick. Cumnmins, E. Fisher, Keyston, Harston, Webb, Web ster, and Wilkinson (secre tary). A-BSE'NTEES. Mr Considine moved, pursuant to notice, that any member being absent from three consecutive meetings without written or satis factory apology his seat be de clared vacant. Seconded by Mr Rawlings and carried. ELECTION or OFFICEnS. The election of officers resulted as follows :-Referee, Mr Consi dine; Judges: Cr WVestley, Messrs Blackburn, Thomson, Kevston and Goding; Track Stewards, Messrs Heale, Johnson, E. and J.. Fisher; Clerk of Course, Cr Cle ments; Handicappers (Bicycle events) : Messrs J. Fisher, John son and Young; Handicappers (Foot Racing) : Messrs G. Male, W. D'Arcy and A. F...
Clayton. MOVEMENT TO SECURE A RECREATION GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 January 1914
Clayton. MOVEMENT TO SECURE A SRECREATION GROUND. Our readers in Clayton and dis trict will note by advertisement that a public meeting has been convened for Saturday evening, 24th inst., in the Tennis Hall, to inaugurate a movemnlent for pro viding Clayton with a recreation ground. This has been severely felt for some years past, seriously handicapping tile sporting clubs of the district. which have been push ed fronG pillar to pOSt and into the road-anywhere in fact so long as they " got off the grass" needed for sustaining the dairy herds of local owners. A recreation ground in a central position, preferably near the railway station, is an ab solute necessity. It serves not only the residents as a place where recreation may be had with the minimum of cost and maximum of efficiency, but is also the bestpos sible advertisement for any dis trict. Clayton, as we pointed out last week, is emerging from a country district and approximating to a suburb of 'IMelbourne. If a suitable site...
THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 January 1914
THEY SAY. That all the new members are taking to bowly as ducks do to water. That the " cuies:" is develop ing into an excellent single handed " bowlest." That " Uncle" is a dead cert as runner-up for the Champ. That he has a good chance for the President's stakes if he can get past " Rowley." That "Investor" is in very light, but " Slat" is a good goer; he beat "Veteran" by a nose. That " Senator" will pull off the Straede. Cup if he is a starter. That, weather permitting, Mon days and Wednesdays will be re gular nights for electric light play.
Mulgrave Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 January 1914
Mlulgrave Shire Council. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Thursday. Present-Crs Forster (President), Jordan, Coleman, Stocks, Broom, McLorinan. Wilson, Closter. FrNANcE. The Finance Committee met and recommended payment of accounts as follows:-£-125/8/4 (ordinary) and £70 (Special Improvement) The report was adopted on motion of Crs MeLorinan and Stocks. VALUATION. Appeals against valuation were percoually made hy Messrs. C. F. Bere, J. Ward, R. Garnett, P. Riley and J. B. Brewer, and in each case the valuation made by the valuer (Mr J. McLean Ander son) was upheld. CORRESPONDENCE. From Country Roads Board, in reply to request to declare High Street road a main roac, stating that the Board is not prepared to declare any additional main roads ill the Shire until the investiga tions of the road conditions in tilhe whole of the State have been corn pleted. Also from Shire of Fern tree Gully, declining to join in, as it might jeopardise tilhe chance of having Burwood road ta...
O.D.B.C. DR AND MRS BIRCH ENTERTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 January 1914
O.D.B.C. K DR AND MRS BIRCH EN TERTAIN. On Wednesday evening a goodly i company of members of the bowi ing club ind their women folk as sembled in the Mechanics' Hall in response to the invitation of Dr Birch (President of the Oakleigh District Bowling Club) and Mrs Birch. ,Ti h allI was curtained off, and arranged as a drawing room, and artistically decorated. The host and hostess received their guests at the door, and through out a hearty- spirit of sociability prevailed. A splendid progranune of varied items was rendered by The I-Iat - monists andii friends, appreciation being- shown by frequent applause and many encores. Refreslnuents pleasantly filled two intervals--and something else besides. At the close ex-Senator Tren with said he had been asked to say how pleased anid gratefuI the cotu pane were with the courtesy and hospitality shown by Dr and Mrs Birch. This was the most suc cessful year in the history of the c!lub!, due largely to the energy and cfeie::t busine:;s manag...
NOTTING HILL v. FERNTREE GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 January 1914
NOTTING HILL v. FERNTREE GULLY. R. Doolan went in to bat at the fall of the first wicket and began in good form, batting fast and free, and soon ran up his score to 111 not out. Notting Hill. C. Beacom, c b Jennings 16 G. Gunther, b Jennings 0 R. Doolan, not out .. 111 W. Beveridge, b Jennings 26 A. Wilson, c & b Clohesy 0 W. Anderson, c b Clohesy 7 W. Bailey, not out .. 2 Sundries 19 5 wickets for 181 Ferntree Gully. Monks, b Bailey .. 2 Jennings, b Doolan .. 0 E. Ball, c b Bailey .. 4 G. Jennings, b Bailey 6 Clohesy, b Bailey .. 1 Minns, run out .. 1 Stephens, c b Anderson 7 Friberg, b Bailey .. 22 McMahon, b Anderson ... 8 Foster, run out .. 9 Jeffery, not out .. 1 B. Beacom, b Anderson.. 1 Sundries 5 Total 67 &nbsp;
NOTTING HILL v. GOVERNMENT PRINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 January 1914
NoTTrrNG HILL V. GOVERNMENTn PRINTERS. This match was played on the local ground last Saturday, result ing in an easy win for the visitors. Scores Government Printers. Creek, b Doolan .. 8 Wynne, run out *.. 5 Upton, not out .. 61 Ferguson, b Doolan .. 8 Punch, run out .. 8 Lamb, b E. Fisher ..- 22 Middlemess, run out .. O Duffy, l.b.w., b E. Fisher o Sundries 7 Total, 8 for 118 Notting Hill. Dyer, b Lamb .. 7 Clipperton, run out .. O Fisher, C, b Duffy ... 0 Bailey, run out .. O Jeffrey, b Duffy .. 2 Doolan, not out .. 7 Anderson, b Lamb .. O C. Beacom, b Duffy .. 1 Beveridge, b Lamb .. 9 Wilson, b Lamb *.. O Beacom, b Duffy .. 1 Gunther, b Duffy .... 14 Sundries 2 Total 43
EAST CAULFIELD v. MURRUMBEENA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 January 1914
EAsTr CAULFIE3LD V. MURRUM BIEENAB. This match was concluded on Saturday last and resulted Vin fa win for East Caulfield by 133 runs on the first innings. Scores: East Caulfield. Bourne, c, b Carter .. 21 Paul, b Carter ... 5 Clarke, b Carter .. 2 Lehman, run out .. 25 Rigg, l.b.w., b Day .. 1 Tebbs, c, bWest .. 6 F Rigg, c, b Carter .. 32 Mitchell, b Carter " 5 Furneaux, not out .. 37 Ingram, run cut .. 3 Wood, b Carter ... 28 Sundries 20 Total 85 Bowling-West, I for 23: Car ter, 6 for 44; Day, 1 for 39. Murrumubeena-Ist Innings Cooper, c, b Clarke .. 2 Day, std, b Clarke .. 6 Wvest, run out ... 3 Robertson, b Tebbs .-. 0 Kemp, b Rigg ... 16 Cove, c, b Lehman 12 Hansen, c, b Rigg .. 3 Carter, c, b Lehman .. 5 Dick, not out ... 1 Sundries 4 Total 52 Murrumbeena-2nd Innings. West, l.b.w., b Tebbs 10 Robertson, b Furneaux 7 Day, std., b Furueaux 1 Dick, std., b Furneaux 0 Kemp, not out ... 30 Cove, run out --- 1 Cooper, not out .. 11 Sundries 3 Total, 5 for 63
OAKLEIGH EAST v. CLAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 January 1914
OAKLErcm EAST V. CLAYTON. This match was concluded on Saturday last, and resulted in a win for Clayton. S. Davidson showed good form by scoring 62. Axton, for Clayton, nmade 71 in;. I brilliant style. Scores:- I; Oakleigh E. First Innings .. 70 2nd Innings. Mitchell, b Field .. 8 Harford, b Scott .. 27 Davidson, b Longmuir 62 Gough, b Longmuir .. 1 R. Hart, b Longmuir ... 6 E. Hart, b Scott .. 11 Reid, b Longmuir .. 0 P Hart, c, b Longmuir 0 Roscoe, b Scott .. 2 Young, c, b Longmuir.. 2 Martin, not out ... 3 Sundries 2 Total 124 Clayton. First Innings .. 105 2nd Innings. Axton, b Hart .. 71 Longrunir, c, b Davidson 11 Upton, b Davidson .. 0 Jack, run out .. 0 J Longmuir. b Hart ... 13 Murphy, c, Davidson .. 13 Longmuir, b Davidson.. 14 Scott, b Rice ... . 6 Alva, b Davidson .. 3 Field, b Davidson .. 5 Gobbi, not out .. 0 Sundries 4 Total 140
OAKLEIGH CLUB XI v. CAULFIELD LA CROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 January 1914
OAxrEIGE CLUn XI V. CAULFIELD LA CRossu. This match was played on the local ground last Saturday and re sulted in a win for the visitors by 5 runs after an exciting game. Hatt 23, Turner not out 14, Betts 14 and Burton 11 were the principal scores for Oakleigh. Traill was in splendid bowling form, securing 7 wickets for 31 runs, which is a repetition of his old time form. Scores Caulfield La Crosse. Browne, b Traill ... 4 ~Voodman, b Traill .. 2 McDonald, c, b Bennett 15 Alder, b Traill .. O Boldeman, n Bennett .. 6 Rice, b Traill .. O Murphy, b Traill .. 1 Jennings, b Traill .. 6 Fulton, b Traill .. 19 Pearce, b Bennett .. 8 Fulton, not out ... 25 Sundries 11 Total 97 Bowling-Traill, 7 for 31; Ben nett, 3 for 54. Oakleigh. Burton, b Fulton .. 11 Thompson, b Rice .. 0 Betts, b Rice .. 14 Cooper, b Fulton .. 1 Hatt, c, b Rice .. 23 Bennett, b Boldeman .. 2 Roscoc, b Boldemian .. 2 Barker, b Rice .. 13 Berry, b Boldeman ... O Turner, not out . 14 Traill, b Fulton .. 7 Sundries 5 _ t T...
GLEN WAVERLEY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 January 1914
GLEN WAVERLEY SPORTS. On Monday next, 26th inst. (A.N.A. Day), the Glen Waverley Bicvcle and Athletic Sports take place. This is their third xeau:, and the \thietic Club deserves great credit for h'iving founded them and cr uried them out with. such efli cilent. Their action has been loval to the district in whiiich they live, re sulting from a desire and determi nation to give the people sport right at their doors, and far-seeing, inas much as it was rightly conceived to be one of the chief factors in ad' vertising the district. [The uro ramme is without doubt the best xct compiled by the club, containin.in items which commend it to ilmost evccry taste, and he or shle xould be indeed a misanthrope if it does not minister to their true enjoy mnent. No less a suni than £7- is offrcd in prizes. That alone shows the enierlpri i of whimhci thlie commiiiit :ci. ep ihle, for a wet day max miein serious loss. However, they are pluck'. enough to chance the xxi. ithi, riimaking every possibl...
B TEAM v. EAST CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 January 1914
B TEAM v. EAST CAULFIELD. This match was continued on Saturday last, and resulted in a win for Oakleigh by 2 runs after an exciting finish. This is the first win for the locals this season. The win was mainly due to the fine batting of J. Insall, who scored 69 runs; other batsmen who did well were Stainton 1S and Mason 16. Scores: East Caulfield Lowe, c, b McCarron 3 Munn, b McCarron .. 4 Burns, c, b McCarron .. 5 Pariossine, c, b Insall .. 30 Grieves, b McCarron .. 35 Watson, std, b McCarron 9 White, c, b McCarron ... 20 Charman, c, b Mason .. 0 Paul, not out .. 17 McKenzie, b Insall .. 16 Breen, c, b Insall .. 1 Sundries 8 Total 148 Oakleigh. Pynor, b Breen .. 4 McCarron, b Paul .. 8 Insall, std, b Paul .. 1 Stainton, b McKenzie -.. 18 J. Insall, b Grieves ... 69 Wearne, c, b Pariossine 7 Scammell, b Charman .. O Ethell, std, b Watson .. 9 Mason, c, b Pariossine 16 Palmer, std., b Chalmer 7 Hall, not out .. 2 Sundries 9 Total 150
Our Letter Box. "COUNCIL - STROKE." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 January 1914
Our Letter 8ox. "COUNCIL - STROKE." To the Editor. -ir --I'm sick to death of hearing about the "council-stroke," for the reason that there is no such thing as "council-stroke." Evidently some time ago, like the epidemic of utiluenza, men when given too ardu ous tasks were affected and had to rest awhile when opportunities pre :ntrd themselves, but that was wihen men thought so niuch of their ' task that an iron chain was affixed to thcir legs in case their happiness transported them to worlds above. WYhy, sir, what do you find on visit ing any council chamber? At the entrance door (usually) one can wipe bloots covered with dust on a large ?flicinl mat, and the beaming de light and unbounded courtesy with which one is received, demonstrates that if one so desired, each and every oificial would graciously con sent to have the honor of boot-wip- 1 ing done upon their august person ages. With fevered haste and nerve-wracking despatch the work of the council is attended to, and it is a ...
Cricket. OAKLEIGH A. V. MALVERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 January 1914
Cricket. 4- ---- OAaZLEIGH A. V. MALVENRN DIsrxIcr. This matcn was concluded on Saturday last and resulted in a win for Oakleigh by 143 runs. The not ont batsmen Green (22) and C. Palmer 17 resumed their innings, carrying the score from 310 to 351 before being disposed of. Grenn carried his score to 39 and Palmer to 37. East Caulfield then went to the wickets, making 20S. Lums den 75, made in fine style. Wain wright 55 and Prentice 31 also batted well. Scores : OAKnIoGH. K. Looker, b Prentice .. 29 G. McGill, 1.b.w. Tormev 135 .W. Thompson, b Tormey 4 F. Looker, l.b.w. b Oakley 20 E. Bigelow, b Oakley .. 5 WV. Ince, b Tormey .. 19 S. Green, c, b Oakley .. 39 A. Lee, b Tormey .. 25 H. Denton, b Tormey .. 4 C. Palmer, C, b Lumsden 37 Bindley, not out .. 0 Sundries .. 34 Total 351 Oakley, 3 for 71 ; Tormey, 5 for 109; Prentice, 1 for 39; Lums den, 1 for 33. Malvern District. Lumsden, std., b McGill 75 Shanahan, b McGill .. 0 F. Shanahan, b McGill 15 Wainwright, std., b Palmer 55 Tormey...