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Billiards MECHANICS v. BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
Blliards MECHANICS v. BOJWLERS The above challenge match was played at the Mechanics' billiard room on Wednesday evening and resulted in the Mechanies' team securing eight wins to the bowlers' four, or 1068 points to 931. Fol lowing were the scores: First-named, Mechanics; second bowlers, Hatt 100 v. Male 74. Straede 150 v. Rowlands 121. Newton 100 v. Johns 56. Scammell 100 v. Keyston 59. Harston 72 v. Meiry 100. Wilmoth 100 v. Uhlhorn 84. Thomas 100 v. Montague 72. Heathershaw 62 v. Parker 100. Easton 100 v. Considine 93. Geggie 100 v. Trenwith 96. Knights 41 v. Walker 100 Allen 43 v. Stainton 50 During an interval for refresh ments Mr Trenwith, on behalf of the Bowling Club, proposed the health of the Mechanics' president (Mfr Wilmoth). He remarked that the Mechanics were apparently victors on their own ground, but the return match might be differ ent. He thanked the President for his courtesy and hospitality. The toast was heartily honored, and Mr Wilmoth in responding said he to...
The Borough Roller. Special Meeting of the Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
The Borough Roller. Special Meeting or the Council. Following the test of the motor roller on Saturday, 13th inst., a special meeting of the council was held on Friday evening, 19th, in the lodge-roorm. The leaders of .the objecting ratepayers had ral lied their forces by announcing an indignation meeting at 7.15 and a great crowd rolled up, representa tive of the whole Borough, and filled the place of meeting to over flowing. While fair order was ob served, it was evident from the frequent interjections (too numer ous to report) made that thegener aI impression was that the occa sion was a meeting of the rate payers rather than the council. The deputation had quite an array of speakers to voice its. protest against the purchase of the roller. Mr N. P. Cooper opened the ball by stating that instead of pur chasing a roller the money would be far better spent on roads and footpa.hs. MIr. Lake: If this extravagant expenditure is allowed, Oakieigh will :.e in the same position as it was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
T.&. ewtog &o, Partners--T G. NiWTON anld W. SCOTT SANDILAiDS. AUCTIONEER. Land, f~inanclmal a?. Insurance Agente, Farm and Prooperty Sa?esmena e SWORN VA LUATOR for the PARISH O)F MULGRAVE. V&LUATOR FoPi BOROUGII OF OAKLEhUH. Moner to Lend. Farm Properties. lIou-,'s :and Iusnl for Sale on Easy T"erms. Farmsl ,t Viii:r 1o Let in Oaklleiih and l)istrice. Sctd particunlars of yoe r Properties you wish to Sell or Let. Clients w:aiting. Bead Office-Port:man str-cet, near Stration O QA Ei DIG 7HZ Branch Otlices at Bro:adw;ay, O:akligh . ed Gtcn W:wverley. NOTE--13r S.mLanilans can b) consulted at his privato residence. "Ivy Court," Park Road, Ot?kleigh. after otie. hours lclephlutn 50, Oakleigh Telephone No. 1i, Oaklcg~r Eixhousnge Ruby & Robinson, George Ruby-Sworn Yalher 1V. Godfrey Robinsou-Auctioneer Estate, Insurance and Financial SAgents, House, Land and Farm Salesmen Properties Let and Rents Collected Loans negotiated at lowest ratus of in terest In...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
Business Notices. RODDIGKS : THE DRAPERS Atherton Road, Oakieigh The Best House for oots and Shoes. A 'Lare Stock to choose fron all in to-day "We open till 10 pm. Friday. Close at I o'clock Faurday Phone 150 Oakleigh. .~ COPEE The best the World can Produce Note AddressOp. Railway Stn. Telephone Oak. I25 E. A. COP , Bla'ck Fla~t Post Ofi, aUeneral Stora S INGTALE RAD Fr VTalue in ~Ul GEN?ERAL DRAPERY BOOTS, SHOES, aaceery, Crockery Ironooaery, &c. Families Waited on for Orders ~,., FOR A F~SHIOABLE U 1T TRY Chas. BURTON TAILOR 419 Bourke=st., M4lbourne (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar) _ _,_.......... .................... _ Ist Floor) Fit, Style and Workmaaship Guaranteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Private " Iona," Atherton Ro0ad, Oakleigh. Address Suits to- Suit Everyon. Open till 10 o'clock Friday Nights and I p.m. on Saturdays. GEO. W7. M~cGILL -I- TAILOR AND MERCER. P-ortman Street, Oakleigh, als o 80 Swanston Street. .......... Melbourne ......... Sac Suits from 50/-, Fit and Sty...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
LOCAL & GENERAL. Cr Henry, the retiring member for the North Ward, Borough of Oakleigh, wishes us to state that he will go to the poll against "all comers. The services in the Congrega tional Church will be conducted to-morrow, Sunday, June 28th, morning at 11, evening at 7, by the Rev R. S. Carson. All seats free. Books provided. You are cordially invited. The Rev E. H. Chapple Trill preach in the Presbyterian Church next Sunday at 11 a.m. Subject -" The Paraclete"; 7 p.m., "The Sixth Commandment-the Sacred ness of Human Life." Anthems, Morning-" While the earth re maineth"; Evening-" The Lord is in His Holy Temple." The ~lMayor has convened, a pub lic meeting- for-rt-ursda'y--evein-',-? next, 2nd July, in the Mechnzks' Institute, to decide how best' to recognise the services rendered to the district by Constable Rmzwling, who has been transferred to the Depot and thereby prevented from taking part in local affairs. We feel sure that his friends .will at tend in force. A co...
Lawn Tennis. Oakleigh V. Camberwell B. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
Lawn Tennis. Oakleigh v. Camberwell B. V. Ladd (O) lost to Callaway (C) 1-6, 5-6. Webster (0) defeated Greig Smith (C) 6-1, 5-6, 6-2. H. Ladd (0) defeated Patrick (C) 64, 5-6, 6-4. Drummond (O) lost to Bowley, 2-6, 4-6. Oakleigh-2 rubbers, 4 sets, 46 games. Camberwell--2 rubbers, 6 sets, 44 games. Won by Camberwell B by 2 sets Pennant team play Auburn Heights at Oakletgh. Team I add (2), Webster and James South Suburban team play Ew ing at Ewing. Team-Monckton, lamzan, Str?aad and T. Ntewto
Auction Sales. T. G. NEWTON & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
Auction Sales. T. G. NEWTON & Co. For particulars see advertisnements. Wednesday, 8th July - At 2, in' auction room, properties in various streets and furniture. Saturday, 4th July-At 3, on the properties, Koornang road (close to Neerinm road), Carnegie, two flue villas. Saturday, 11th July - At 3, on property, corner Neerim and Poath roads, valuable 5-acre block.
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
Breasjritiea. Oakleigh plays Everleigh on the latter's ground. Players and supporters are requested to catch the 1.15 train from Oakleigh. Let us all be there! H. Tait, skipper for the locals, played well and handled his men to advantage. Lynch, a new player of promise, donned the purple and gold for the first time. He is a splendid mark and follower. ,H. Tait will be unable to play this afternoon, owing to illness. He will be greatly missed and it is hoped he will be able strip against Balaiin. Gough, Martin and Barker shaped well and battled hard to atvett defeat. Hurran has a kPack of getting the ball and plays with skill and judgment. Rowlads Bros., Ethel and Cummins' runs and dashes were bright features of the day. .Anderson kicked off well. McKenzie's defensive work often saved the situation. The Secretary wishes to ack nowledge the following donations: -Messrs Itaulwasser, 10/- ; Sut cliffe, 10/- ; Sussman, 10/6 ; gaston, 10/6 ; Murphy, 10/6.
OAKLEIGH v. EVERLEIGH [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
OAKLEIGE v. EiVERLEIGH Players and supporters are requested to catch train leaving Oakleigh at 1.15. The following will represent Oakleigh--Cox, Bennett, Martin, Barker, Harlock, McKenzie,Ethell, T. Tait, Cummins, Foster, Hurran, Rowlands (2), Lewis, Gough, Couper, Lynch, Buchanan. Emergencies - Scott, Morrin, Stainton, Strauhan, Hands.
Murrumbeena Presbyterian Church. CONCERT IN AID OF BUILDING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
SMurrumbeena Presby= S terian Church. CONCERT IN AID OF BUILD ING FUND. Murruiubeena residents were favored on Tuesday evening with a concert of exceptional excellence, rendered by a number of profes sionals. It was of a pleasingly varied character, and the fact that a large and appreciative audience applauded (and, in many instances, encored) every item speaks vo.ui mes for its outstanding merit. In dividual comment is therefore un necessary. An interesting fea ture was the violin playing of the Manby Quartet (two boys and two girls, whose ages apparently did not average 9 years); their selec tions were so much appreciated that they were repeatedly recalled; they were practical exponents of a new system of teaching children in groups of five orsix. Mrs Manby, who was a very efficient accom panist, also delighted the audience with a pianoforte solo which she had partly composed. The violin playing of Mr Percy Goode was al so of uncommon excellence. The Orpheus Quartet uMiss Myrtle L...
CLAYTON v. BERWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
CLAYVTON v. BERWICK. The above match was played at Clayton on Saturday last. The home team ran out winners by 17 points after a hard tussIe. Final Scores. Clayton 6 goals 7 behinds Berwick 3 goals 8 behinds Goalkickers-Tyns!ey (4), O'Mleara, Richardson Clayton were 'best represented by O'hleara, Walker. Beard, Tyns mey, Richardson, Bennett and J. Couper (in the last half}. To-day Clayton visit Clyde by motor leaving Clayton station at 1.20. All unable to catch motor are requested to travel to Dande by train leaving Flinders street at 1.15 and meet motor there.
They Say. AN EPITOME OF FACT AND RUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
heyl Say. AN EPITOME OF FACT AND RUMOUR. That the Oakleigh A.N.A. rifle t(eam has good prospects of win ning the Friendly Societies' Conm petition. That a euchre party and dance will be held on 8th July under the auspices of the Oakleigh Bowling Club, ticket 1/6. That bowls is said to be an "old man's gam?e' - not so the eucbre party and dance. "Be up" to it, and take not the green bult a ticket and "Kitty" wltk you. That the Borough Council is to be congratalated upon having an eminent engineer as one of its members. That he gave the Chairman of the Country Roads Board valuable advice on how to make roads. That the erection of a Church of England at Glen Vaverley appears to be within measurable distance. That South Oakleigh Congrega tional Church gave Mr Waite a great Welcome Home on Wednes day. Full report net weak.
Football. OAKLEIGH v. RICHMOND DISTRICT. FAST, CLEVER & EXCITING GAME. RICHMOND DISTRICT OUTPLAYED IN LAST HALF. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
Football. .....--,o- -- OAKLEIGH v. RICHMOND DISTRICT. .FAST, CLEVER & EXCITING GAME. RICHMOND DISTRICT OUT PLAYED IN LAST HALEF. By "Follower" Richmond District met Oak reigh on the local ground on Saturday last before a record at tendance of supporters. The visitors had to fight hard to avoid being defeated. The locals played a fine game, outclassing their opponents in the last half, and right up till the bell rang the issue was in doubt. With one or two exceptions both sides played the ball and did not bother about the man.. The match was one of the fastest of the season. The ground was.in excellent condition ; but a trifle slippery in places-especially the Drummond street end. During the first half it looked as if Oaks were in for a bad time. They were kept continuously on the;defensive and 15 points separated them at the change of ends. In the second quarter they warmed up to their work and made the score more even-securing 4 goals 4 behinds to the opposing team's 3 goa...
Clayton. Progress Association Formed. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 27 June 1914
Clayton. Progress Association Formed. It is gratifying to record that Clay- ton residents, acting upon sugges- tions made by us, have at length taken practical steps to push their district along. At a large and en- thusiastic meeting held at the Tennis Hall on Wednesday even- ing it was unanimously resolved on the motion of Mr W. Anderson, seconded by Mr T G Wilkinson, that a Clayton District Progress Association be formed. The mem- bership fee was fixed at 1/- per annum. The following officers were elected:—President, Mr F. A. Bunny; Vice-presidents, Crs Forster, Aurisch, and Audsley (Springvale); hon. secretary and treasurer, Mr F. J. Creswick. A committee of five was appointed to draw up rules and report to the meeting on Wednesday next. A resolution was enthusiastical- ly carried that a petition protesting against the removal of the Shire business to Glen Waverley be cir- culated for signature. About 50 members were enrolled at the meeting, and over a dozen have joined since. Th...
The Turf GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 July 1914
Tile Turf GRAND NhATIONAL HURDLE. BY " BARIlER." One of the principal jumping events cf the year will be held at Flemington this afternoon. Obi has pride of place with 11.13 ; 6 more pounds than he carried to victory the previous year - Obi is in splendid condition and his chances of winning this great event three times appear very favorable at present. I think Dust Cloud, Clontaft, Sir Prim, Widden and Arquebese are the best of the rest. The following are our :selections: 1--Obi 2-Dust Cloud 3 --Cloutaft 4-Sir Prim Roddick's stores, Atherton road, for men's watertights and heavy winter Iboots; also rar:shall and many other good makers in gents' and ladies footwear. W"e have a big up-to-date stock to choose rom at right prcS,
South Oakleigh Congregational Church. WELCOME MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 July 1914
South OUkkLigh Congre gatio2n WEI.CO.?I: MEETING. The above church was .lHed on Wednesday evening, 24th inst., when a '' Welcome H-ome " was accorded to Mr W. E. Waite and Mrs Tassell. Mr H. L. Walters, who presided, said the gatherin', was a telling testimony to tue love and esteem in which -Mr Wate w's held, and they were all glad to have him back as superintend nt of the Sundav-school and leadLr. They heartily VOelco leci mm aumd trusted that the six or seven weeks' solourn on American River, K: g3aroo Island, had restored him to health. They also welcomed Mrs Tassell, who brought sunshine and love wherever she went, aud hoped that her work in connection with the church wc-;d 1-' increasiingly blessed. (App'ause.) The Rev R. S. Carson said he vwas pleased to have the oppor tunity of attendirng this welcome. He was sure th.-y were all sorry ior the reason t.at Mr Waite had" to go away, but ·lad that he had returin?d in good heI:-'th to renew his wcrk' at the church. Only the Chri-...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 July 1914
LOCAL & GENERAL. Owing to the receipt of late ad vertisements we have had to hold over reports of the Oakleigh Ten nis Dance, Arbor Day at Mount Waver!ey, and other interesting items. We remi3l otir readers of the euchre party and dance to be held next Wednesday evening, 8th inst, under the auspices of the Oakleigh District Bowling Club, in the Me chanics' Hall. The small charge, .1/6, covers euchre, dance and re freshments and should ensure a large attendance. A fact worth knowing to those who are doing up their furniture. You can get all you want at the Blind Man's. Buttons, gimp, band ing and studs, web, twine, etc., at lowest prices. Blinds from 1/li, 6 x 3; 6ft white pole, 2/9; Bamboo, 1/6, with fitting, casement, cur tain, etc. E. W. Walters, Ather road, Oakleigh. Phone 167 Oak. SSpecial Clearance at Roddick's Stores, Atherton road. Coats, Cos tumes, Millinery, etc., at less than half usual prices. The goods must go. See our windows. A treat is promised residents of .C...
Wedding Bells. RILEY—FLYNN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 4 July 1914
Wredding BeIs. --_i^'s-- i- O: th=_ ith aApril a very iut:r esti" :v-leddiug tlook place at St. eLcoac-d's Ch--urch, Gle2n Waver ley, the pýrincipals b -i-, 5ir lP. iley and HMiss J-ul: FiVIwu, el dies d;u"hter 1 MIr Flynn, both of 2It Wavr-cey. 'i' s bein the f-rst marria;e at the above Chu:ch, e builig \was crowded wii the iriends aud 'i ell-ishers of tli youni couple. The churcih wvas tastefully decorated. The IRev Fath'-r lcCarter was the oficiat ;I, clerg yman. Tlie bride was cd.essed iu whi;te silk, crepe-d e-cheui ovrdre:ss, witM friz'-e draped with orange blossoms, bcdice relieved wvith siJlk, cha*tilly lace and insertion, draped wit;, ri.t...l ti?m1ing, and carried a bouquet of orane blos sons aud sp'-raC.us ferns. The oridesmav.ids wore dainty dresses of embroidcerd mu'.slin and mop caps relieved with pale blue. Nobodv noticed how the bridegroom was dressed After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Fiynn entertained a numerous company of guests, in the Me=han ics' Institctte. The Riev...