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Mulgrave Shire Hall. MOTION DISCUSSED AT THE COUNCIL MEETING. NOTES AND IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 16 May 1914
Mulgrave Shire Hall. MOTION DISCUSSED AT THlE COL NCZ L MEEI'LNG. NOTES AND OIMRESSIONS. (13v J. LALW). The fact. that the question of the removal of the Muigrave Shire Hall would conie under the consideration of the Council at the monthly mteeting on the 1lth inst. was the means of somie 15 or 16 ratepayers turning up to hear the opinions of the different council v lors on this iniportant question. Cr Jordan had given notice that he would move the affirmation that " it was adlvisable the Council Chambers be mnoveci to some cen tral part of the Shire." Cr Jor dan has the reputation of being the mnit eloquent member of the Council. He possesses an easy, fluent delivery, and gave his rea soris for advocating the removal of the Shire Hall in his very best style. The reasons for his change of attitude on the question were, he said, because there was now no hope whatever of the Shire and the Borough coming together, and lie was strongly of opinion-that the location of the Council Chamber...
OAKLEIGH v. AUBURN HEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 16 May 1914
OAKLEIGH v. AUBURN HEIGHTS. The above match was played at Auburn Heights. By the end of the first set the senior pair had played themselves into form, and thereafter they had little difficulty in appropriating both rubbers. Like the senior pair, the juniors opened with a reverse, but they quickly turned the tables and ultimately won both rubbers with a comfortable margin. The home team played a good solid game but gave rather too many. chances overhead-chances which Oalleigh were not slow to avail themselves of. Ladd and Ladd (0) defeated Finlay and Pearce 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. Ladd and Ladd (0) defeated Finlay and Loosli 6-2, 6-1. Webster and James (0) defeated Finlay and Loosli 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. Webster and James (0) defeated Finlay and Pearce 6-4, 5-6, 6-3 Oaklcigh 4 rubbers 3 sets 60 games. Auburn Heights 3 sets 39 games
TO-DAY'S MATCH. OAKLEIGH v. BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 16 May 1914
TO-DAY'S MATCH. OAKLEIGH v. BALMAIN. Players and supporters are re quested to catch train leaving Oakleigh at 1.50 The following will 'represent Oaklieigh-Barker, Harbeck, Har lock, McKenzie, Scott, Tait (2), Rowlands (2), Couper, Cumrins, Bennett, Rice, Spring, Buchanan, Ethell, Dewar, Thompson. Emergencies :-Coe and Stewart
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 16 May 1914
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Hope of Oakleigh Tent. I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 16 May 1914
WHpe of Oakleigh Tent. LO.R The half-yearly meeting of the above Tent was held on Monday last, 11th inst. There was an at tendance of about 40 members, in cluding a dozen lady members, and two new members were initiated. Benefit members of the Tent now total over 100, with about 50 honorary members, a steady in crease having been maintained during the half year. The Secretary, Bro. J. Clucas, reported the arrangement made for the supply and management of the Rechabite Stall at the forthcoming Baths Bazaar and final arrange ments were umade. The sum of !0/- was voted to the Talbot Epileptic Home, Clay ton, and Dr Atkinson of Murrum - beena, was received as one of the Tent surgeons, and W. Stephens of Carnegre, as chemist. The election of offcers, who were installed by Bro P. Pask, senior P.C.R. 'and a foundation member, resulted as follows: Chief Ruler, Bro S. Giles; Deputy Ruler, Bro G. Lister; Secretary, Bro J. Clucas; Treasurer, Bro. E. Connell, for the 34th year in suc cession; 1...
Cricket. Oakleigh E. v. Clayton. FINAL MATCH. OAKLEIGH PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Cricket. Oakleigh E. v. Clayton. FINAL MATCH. OAKLEIGH PRE ,IERS. The final match in connection with the Springvale District As sociation was brought to a finish on Saturday last and resulted in a brilliant victory for the Oakleigh Club by 150 runs, who are to be complimented on the manner in which they stuck to the play, con sidering it was well into the Foot ball season. This is the second year in succession in which they have won the premiership, and it speaks volumes for the players in carrying the coveted honor to Oakleigh. Mostly all the local players have done well this sea son, especially S. Davidson, who has borne the brunt of battle from the beginning of the season, has made some big scores and bowled with splendid success. " Scotch," as he is known, is a true lover of sport, and is one of the best cricketers and footballers in the district, and we hope shortly to see him don the "purple and gold" guernsey for Oakleigh. Others to do well were Harford, Gough, Mitchell and P...
Glen Waverley Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Glen Waverley Athletic Club. A meeting of the members of the above club took place on Saturday the 9th inst, when the balance sheet of the annual sports held on 26th January was read and adopt ed. The objects of the Athletic Club are to provide a healthy and enjoyable day's sport, and to raise funds for improving and beautify ing the Recreation grounds. So far the club has been very success ful in its endeavours. Although this year's sports were not from a financial point of view, owing to' unfavorable weather in the early morning, as gratifying as previous years, yet the rrsult is considered very satisfactory. The entries in the differncut events were good. The entry fees in the Shefflield amounted to ten guineas. the Two Mile Bicycle Race and One Mile were ?7 and £7/18/-, respectively. The initia tion of horse and pony high jumps acted as a great draw to lovers of this kind of sport, and on the whole the club is well pleased with this year's venture. The total receipts amount to ?...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
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Lawn Tennis. C. Grade Pennant. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Lawn Tennis. C. Grade Pennant. This match was played on the local courts on S-turday last, re sulting in a ·in for the visitors. Oakleigh senior pair finished up even on their two rubbers, but the juniors, although both in good form, went-down in both rubbers, after a hard struggle, in which the experience and court craft of their opponents predominated. Scores: Ladd and Ladd (0) defeated Enghoim and Ray (G), 6-1, 6-5. Ladd and Ladd (0) lost to Dickin son and Dickinson (G). 3-6, 3-6. James and Drummond (0) lost to Dickinson and Dickinson, 3-6, 6-4, 4-6. James and Drummond lost to Engholinu and Ray, 4-6, 2-6 Glenferrie Hill A-3 rubbers, 6 sets, 46 games. Oakleigh -1 rubber, 3 sets, 37 games. Won by Glenferrie Hill by 2 rubbers, 3 sets, 9 games. This afternoon Brighton B will play Oaklcigh on the local courts. Oakleigh will be represented by the following-Ladd and Ladd, Wiltuoth and Webster. First emergency-Drumnnond. The South Suburban team had a bye last Saturday, but will play Ewin...
Mulgrave Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Mulgrave Shiire Council. The monthly meeting of the above was held on 14th inst. Present-Crs Forster (President), Jordan, Coleman, Stocks, Aurisch, Broom, 'McLorinan, Closter and Wilson. Following is a report of the business held over from last week: - DRAIrNAG WORK. In passing the accounts a dis cussion arose regarding the item, £61, cost of repairing Tait's drain in Stephen's road, whether the amount should be borne by the Centre alone or the Centre and North ridings - Cr Stocks moved that the North pay one third.-Cr Coleman, in seconding, said this was a necessary work, but the North riding was in no w.ay liable to pay anything, which Cr Stocks had generously moved be one third-Cr Jordan: The policy of the council has altered and all accounts for works are charged to the respective ridings in which they are minade.-Cr Wilson moved and Cr Broom seconded an a rmendment that the North and Centre ridings pay half each-Cr Jordan : That would be in equitable, seeing it is essentially a...
Question of Commission. AN INTERESTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Question of Commission. AN INTERESTING CASE. At the Oakleigh Police Court on Thursday, May 14, before Messrs Cohen, P.M., Phillips, McLoni nan, O'Leary, and Knight, J's.P., T. G. Newton and Co. sued W. Hodges for L31/5; -, commission on sale of property containing 10 acres of land, corner of Ferntree Gully road and Dublin street. Mr H. Corr appeared for plaintiff and Mr Horsfall for defendant. T. G. Newton deposed: Mr I. A. Gamb'ole saw me in January of this year re good ground for mak ing bricks. I mentioned several properties to him, amongst them Mr Hodges'. On January 16 he said lie would like further par ticulars, and I wrote to Hodges asking the price of his land, as I had a probable buyer. Hodges called and said he would sell the property for f700 nett or -730 in all. I rang up Gamble and Hod ges gave hint a week. I produce a letter from Hedges authorising me to sell the property. Gamble said that a week was no use to him and the time was extended to a month. Gamble said ne wo...
Glen Waverley. BAZAAR IN AID OF ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
(len Waverley. BAZAAR IN AID OF ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH. The Mechanics' Hall, Glen W1averley, was crowded with a representative company on Tues day afternoon, 12th inst., the occasion being the opening of a bazaar in aid of the local R.C. Chcrch. Mr W. S. Keast, M.L. A., who was accompanied by Mrs Keast, performed what is termed the "opening ceremony"-in his case a speech of hearty congratu lation on the many willing workers to be found in the district, par ticularly the ladies, and wished the undertaking every success. He proved his words sincere by donating /2/2/- towards the funds. The Hon. J. K. Merritt. M.L.C.. sent a cheque for 1L and an apology for non-attendance. The stall-holders, who did excel lent business, were as follows: Glen Waverley Fancy Stall - Misses McKenna, Howley and Kelly. Springvale Fancy Stall-Misses Faigh, Bennett and Armstrong. Kitchen Stall-Mrs Bligh, Miss Delan; a d *ss Clstcy. Toy Stall-Mrs West and Mliss Flynn. Sweets-Misses Owens, Scam mcei, and Moylan P...
Oakleigh District Bowling Club. VISIT TO DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Oakleigh District Bowling Club. VISIT TO DAYLESFORD. A very enjoyable time was spent at Daylesfcord during the Easter holidays by some of the members of the Oakleigh Club and their wives and lady friends, the oc casion taking the form of a friendly game of bowls between the Dayles ford and Oakleigh Clubs, the re sult being a win for each club. The lady visitors were enter tained at afternoon tea by the ladies of the Daylesford club, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. After the final game on Easter Monday a hearty vote of thanks was moved by ex-Senator Tren with, who expressed the wish that the Daylesford club might on some future occasion pay Oakleigh a visit and enjoy a good game of bowls, as they had done there. Mr Parker, Mayor of Dayles ford, in responding thanked the visitors for their kind remarks, and hoped to see a team from Daylesford at Oakleigh next year to play the deciding game. Most of the beauty spots of Daylesford were visited, the Springs Mines, Falls, etc. (chief...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Brevities. Martin, the Iccal follower, who has been standing down owing to injuries received at Coburg, will very likely strip against Northern District. Harbeck worked gallantly for Oaks and H. Tait and H. Row lands caught the eye of the critic as two clinking footballers. Satisfaction was expressed con cerning the play of A. E. Row lands, who made his reappearance in the purple and gold. McKenzie fought a hard uphill fight. It is rumored that one player is contemplating marriage. SScott did not play up to form shown on the previous Saturday. The President and two Vice presidents attended. Now that cricket is finished the Oakleigh eighteen will be con siderably strengthened with the In elusion of "Scotch" Davidson. Fred Barker, captain of the locals, made a few mistakes-he should use more tact. Clayton have done very well this season-two wins out of three. A splendid crowd of supporters made the journey. P. Murphy handled his men to perfection. He was ably supported by Tynsley, Vic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Auction Sales. T. G. Newton & Co. will sell by auction as follows To-day (Saturday)-At 3.30, on property, Chadstone road, Mur rumrnbeena, on behalf of executors of estate late Mr John Chapman, 12ý acres, well improved, and five roomed house. Wednesday. May 27-At 3, on property, North road, on behalf of Mrs S. J. Phillips, 13.1 acres land. Saturday, May 30-At 2 o'clock, on the property, Atherton road, house and furniture sale in the estate late Martha Thompson. Full particulars see advt. You're He ping Yourself By Tra-ding wilh us ecause our Groceries are Presh ecause our Ironmonery Stock is Large eccuse our Produce is Prime ecause our Prices are Bedrock Your Patronage Solicited. rDole On3, adrs THE CASH DISCOUNT Berr y &lt; Co, o GROCE4RS. (Opp. State Savings Bank) Tel. 82 Ok. "Fiat Lux" THE COLONIAL AS CS300 ATION LIMITED SU PPLI ES Gas for Cooking & Lighting Gas Appliances of Every Description and the Latest Methods of. Cooking, Lighting, Heating Ladies are...
Murrumbeena Baptist Church FAREWELL TO REV. G. E. HALE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Murrnumbeena Baptist FAREWELL TO REv. G. B. HJALE. On Sunday last the Rev. . . Hale, IB.A.,. who his resigned the pastorate of the above church, preached his farewell sermons. In the morning his text was "I hIave manAi-tings to say unto you. but ye caiinot bear them now." and in the evening' he spoke :romu the words "I have not shunned to de clare unto you the whole counsel of God." There were large at tendances at each service. .Outt -Tuesday Mr and Mrs Hale were teiidered a valedictory even ing. Mr A. Key Green presided and there waS a good attendance. After singing the hymn, Our God, our help in-ages past, and prayer led by the Chairman, the choir rendered the anthem :Arise, Shine Solo, God be with you, Mrs Lewis; recitation, The Old Church Organ, Mrs Sankey ; solo, Abide with Me, Miss Thompson ; song, True till Death, Mr Lewis. Apologies were received from the Rev J. C. Martin and Rev Prof. SDevenish, M.A.. Mr F. Garnham, who spoke on behalf of the Youn- People's Institute, said...
Football. BALMAIN v. OAKLEIGH. POOR DISPLAY. By "Follower." [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 23 May 1914
Football. BALMAIN v. OAKLEIGH. POOR DISPLAY. By "Follower," This match was played on the Amateur Sports Ground, Rich mond. The ground was very heavy after the rain, but there were a fair number of local supporters present. Rice, Thompson and Spring failed to put in an ap pearance. Cox, Nash and Moran took the places of the absentees. The locals played very inferior football to that of the previous Saturday; but with the inclusion of Davidson, Martin, Ince, Spring and Thompson and a little more system should in future be hard to beat. H. Tait, Harbeck, Row lands, McKenzie, Buchanan, Bar ker and Bennett were all in good form. Buist umpired to the satisfaction of both teams. The Team. Oakleigh-Barker, Harbeck, Har lock, McKenzie, Scott, Tait (2), Rowlands (2), Couper, Cummins, Bennett, Cox, Moran, Buchanan, Ethell, Dewar, Nash. Final. Balmain 11 goals 12 behinds Oakleigh 5 goals 10 behinds Oakleigh goalkickers - Tait 3, Ethell, Dewar.