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MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. A special general meeting of subscribers was then held to con sider and order on the joint report of Committee and Council's scheme for the municipalisation of the Mechanics' Institute Ebuilding. The Secretary having read the notice convening the meeting, the President stated that the rules re quired a quorum of 20. Out of 162 members there were only 25 present, and in view of the im portance of the business he would like the meeting to decide whether it was advisable to go on or ad journ to give others a chance of being present. Cr Brine said he should have been 200 miles away, but had stopped back ; he opposed any adjournment. The President said that, as there was no motion, he took it that the wish of the meeting was to go on with the business. He formally moved that the subscribers ap prove of the scheme brought for ward and that the trustees be re quested to carry it out. Each of the members had costed to them a circular embodying the agreement. The Mech...
Oakleigh Football Club. SMOKE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
Oakleighi Football Club, SMOKE SOCIAL. On Wednesday evening a smroke social was tendered to the players in the lodge-room, Mechanics' Institute, by the President (Mr W. H. Thomson) and vice-presidents (Messrs G. W. McGill, K. J. McLean and J. Geggie). The President occupied the chair. Apologies were received from Mr McKenzie, vice-captain, owing to an cxamination, and Messrs Mc Cill andl McLean, who were absent i e country. e over- was well played bh '1' rs Stewart` Iy (" iog E. Rowiands, Buchanan, 1e.t, Webb, C. Couper, and R. S:·.art. which were highly ap - *in ated, as also was a step dance by Mr B. Tait. Mr Heale, in proposing the health of the President, said they all knew his sterlirg qualities. He was an old sport and footballer, as he (the speaker) knew from a group photo he had seen of the old days. The toast was honored with en thusiasm, and Mr Thomson in re sponding said he had to thank the company for the manner in which his health had been drunk. It was a pleasure to be...
Shire of Mulgrave. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
Shire of Muigrave. The ordinary monthly meeting of the council was held on Thurs day. Present-Crs Forster (Presi dent), Jordan, Coleman, Stocks, I3room, MJcLorinan, Closter, Wil son and Aurisch. Finance. The Finance Committee's re ort: recommending payment of acco:ints a mounting to £250/6/9, was adoptcdl on the motion of Cr 'dcLorian,. seconded by Cr Jor . Cr McL[rinan stated that cie credit balance to date was .135'12/S as compared with a d bit of /1n1/6/7 at the corres i "r:diiu date last year, as fol o .vs:--ont, credit, £211/1/-; in tr' credit. 665/69; North, db , £ 2'9 6 .This st. tement WVas received wiith evident satis faction by the meet'nr. irem va' of Shire Business. Cr Aasisch presented a petition dign d by 309 ratzpavers, protest ing against the removal of the Shire business to Glcn Waverley -Cr Broom moved that the peti tion lie on the tt ble for a month Secon:led by Cr Coleman-Cr Mc borinan maintained that as a mat ter of urgency the petition should now be received an...
Australian Women's National League. OAKLEIGH BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
Australian Women's National League. OAKLEIGH BRANCH. The ninth annual meeting of the above Branch vas held in the Mechanics' Institute on Friday, 10th July, there being 82 ladies present, in spite of the boisterous weather. Mrs F. G. Hughes (League President) presided and the speakers were Mrs I. H. Moss and Hon J. A. Boyd, M.H.R. The Hall was tastefully decorated with the league's colors, violet and primrose. The annual report showed an increase in membership. Several meetings had been held, including a public meeting at which the Prime Minister (Rt. Hon. Joseph Cook) gave an address. Canvas sing is being carried on in a most most systematic manner, about 500 heuses being visited by different members of the committee. The result of the Senate pre-election ballot was very gratifying, this branch giving a return of 82 per cent. The necessity for inspection of the new rolls was urged, it being pointed out that the electors have' only until 30th July in which to get on the rolls. The e...
OAKLEIGH v MELBOURNE DISTRICT. OAKLEIGH DEFEATED. A DISAPPOINTING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
OAT-LE.G:I v MELBOURNE DISTRICT. OAKLEIGH DEFEATED. A DISAPPOINTING GAME. By '"Follower" Oakleigh-Tait (2), Rowlands (2), Anderson, Lynch, Hurran, Martin, McKenzie, Foster, Bennett, Cummins, Ethell, Couper, Buchanan, Rice, Strauhan, Scott. Oakleigh and Melbourne Dis trict met on the East Melbourne ground. There was a splendid at tendance of local supporters (especially ladies) present. The ground was in a very bad condition. Scott was played in place of Fred Barker, who was unable to strip through an attack of influenza. The home team had the best of the game from the start to the finish and their system, ground play and handball were bright features of the day. The only excuse that may be said in favor of Oaks for such a poor showing was that they were not at home on the ground. The umpires decisions were very inconsistent. Melbourne opened up by kicking towards tiL railway end. The made good use of a strong wind in their favor and kicked 4 goals 7 behinds to the! visitors solitary...
Glen Waverley State School. Piano Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
Glen Waverley State School. Piano Fund. On Friday evening, 10th July, a highly successful and enjoyable concert and dance was held in aid of the above in the local hall. Not withstanding the inclement wea ther, there was a large attendance. Mr Arnold (Chairman of the School Committee) occupied the chair. The concert was late in starting, through no fault of Mr Wilson, who was engaged to bring the performers from town, but at the last minute could not get his car from the garage and had to obtain another, which, not being used to the bad state of the roads and the hills, did not make the pragress desired. The audience were well repaid for their waiting, as a splen did programme was re diered, every item receiving hearty applause. A hearty vote of thanks was ten dered to the performers for giving their services and making the con cert one of the best ever held in the hall, also to Mr Fraser (head teacher) for the energetic and able manner in which lie arranged the concert, and conclud...
OAKLEIGH v. NORTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
OAKiEIGGH v. NORTHERN D STRICT. This match will be played on the local ground this afternoon. Players are requested to be in the pavilion not later than 2.45 The following will represent Oakleigh - Anderson, Bennett, Foster, Barker, McKenzie, Rice, Tait (2), Ethell, Hurran, Buchanan, Conper, Lyncn, Martin, Rowlands (2), Strauhan, Gbugh. Etner.-Scott, Cox, Harlock.
Obituary. LATE MR. T. C. BRYANT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
Ubiinary. LATE MR. T. C. BRYANT. We regret to record the death of Mr T. C. Bryant, who for abuut 3L years was proprietor of the Oak leigh Junction Hotel. For two or three years he was licensee of the Union Hotel, Bendigo, and while there as well as in Oakleigh justly earned the reputation of being a true "sport," generous to all in need and the unfailing patron of every form of clean sport. He was formerly in business as an iron monger at Camberwell, where he made many friends, and was also well known in the City. In the course of time he made trips to New South Wales and got fairly on to "the wool track," gathering experiences which he delighted to relate to his intimate friends. In all his actions he was a patriotic Australian, zealous for the welfare of the Commonwealth, and taking a keen interest in all that pertained to it. He was physically a fine strong man until about 18 months ago, when sickness overtook him, and dinally he succumbed to an attack of dropsy. Throughout it al...
Football. CLAYTON v. NARNARGOON [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
Football. CLAYTON v. NARNARGOON Clayton were withont the services of :Alva. O'Meara, Patterson and Gobbi, who were greatly missed. After an exciting game Clayton won by 3 poiuts. Final Scores. Clayton 2 goals 5 behinds Narnargoon 2 goals 2 behinds Clayton goalkickers-Murphy and McPherson. Clayton were best represented by Walker, McPherson, Richardson, Axton, Hianney, Murphy, Ryan, McGill and Tynsley. Tc-day Clayton play Pakenham at Clayton. These two teams are level for second place in the com petition f- the Keast shield and avery vren gamna is anticipated. Players are requested to be on the ground by 2.30. Results of last Saturday's matches in the B.D.F.A. Cranbourne, 7 goals 3 behinds, beat Pakenham, 5 goals 3 behinds. Berwick, 5 goals 2 behinds, beat Dandenong, 3 goals 6 behinds. Springra!e S goals 6 behinds, beat Clyde, 6 goals 1 behind. Clayton, 2 goals 5 behinds, beat Narnargoon, 2 goals 2 behinds.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
Business inotices. THE DR APERS Atherton Road, Oakleilgh The Best House for Vahle and Variety in all inrdsof drapery, Linos Boots and. Shoes A Large Stock to choose fro Call in to-day We open till 10 p.m. Friday. Close at 1 o'clock Saturday Phone 150 Osakleigh. COPPE The best the World can Produce Note Address-Op. Railway Stn. Telephone Oak. 25 FOR A ~FASH ABE SVIT TRY Chasr BURTON a ilikl ~t~ ~ i J'Lcf. HC 'A4 .if Style a4nd WVorkanship Gur-a:teed Pricez O sSuit Ever·yon:e. Private "iona," Ath iraon Road, Dakleigh. Suits to '= uit Everyone. Open till 10 o'clock Friday Nights and 1 p.m. on Saturdays. ~-~ 'TAILOR AND MERCER. Portrnan Street, Oakleigh, also 80 Swanston Street. . . .. ... ..... Melbosurne.... Sac Suits from 50/-, Fit and Style Guaranteed. Gentlemen's Mercery at less than City Prices. Ladies' Costumes a Specialty. - CTrlllS CasI. Suits to Suit Everyone0 THE JUNCTION HOTEL Facing the Railway Station, Oakeigh. TEsEPHONE No 24 T . . BRT YAopreor. This Large and well Furnis...
Melbourne Benevolent Asylum. THE INMATES ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
Melbourne Eenevolent Asylum. -4----. THE INMATES ENTER TAINED. -On Saturday evening last a band of enter ainers, organised by Mrs Dungey, visited the Benevolent Asylum, Cheltenham, and cheered the inmates by rendering a concert of exceptional excellence. They had not only to brave the inclement weather, but also the had roads of Moorabbin, and in consequnc-Ice were rather late in arriving at the Asylum, where they received a hearty welcome from the matron, superintendent (Mr Laver) and inmates. The spacious hall was filled and Mr Oakley, who had charge of the program, soon got to work by telling the audience a story while the ladies were comb ing out their hair, which the fierce wind had so wantonly made free with. Miss McDonald opened with a well played pianoforte solo, Butterfly, and Mr Bienvenue sang with great acceptance In Sheltered Vale. Miss McIntosh gave a very tasteful rendering of The Valley of Laughter (encore, A Perfect Day) and Mr Harry Ladd warbled about What Might Hav...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 18 July 1914
LOCAL & OENERAL. Cr H. F. Brine announces that he will seek re-election for the West Ward against all comers. During his twelve months of office he has been a most energetic re presentative. In connection with the forth coming federal elections Senator J. H. McColl (Selected L.,iberal Senate candidate) and Mr J. A. Boyd, M.H.R. for ienty, will address a meeting of electors in the Me chanics' Hall, Oakleigh. next Monday night, 20th inst., at 8 o'clozk. The Mayor (Cr Knight) will preside. Rcddick's Drapery and .Boot Stores, Atherton road, Oakleigh, where yon can get all your wants at less than town prices. You can rely on our values. A concert will be tendered to the ratepayers of Oakleigh in the Mechanics' Hall on WVednesday evening next, 22nd inst., by the Mayor and Mayoress (Cr and Mrs A. Knight). An excellent pro gram has been compiled. Ad mission is free, but only adults will be admitted. A fine array of artists and Pelling's orchestra will take part. On Wednesday evening...
Shire of Mulgrave. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 25 July 1914
Shire of Muigrave. Following is the remainder of the report held over from last week: From Railway Department (per Mr W. S. Keast, \L.A.), regret ting that the Commissioners can not see their way to meet wishes of the council re extra trains to Clayton and Springrvale. - Re ceived. From the Education Department, giving three months' notice of the termination of lease of the Shire Hall.-Received. From Commonwealth Bank of Australia. re loans to municipali tiPC'- R ac-.ýi~rc".l From the Country Roads Board re reduced rates on railway of road making materials-Received. From Abittoirs, dues received foriune, .59/13/--Received From Mr Keast, M L.A., ar ranging interview to go into matter of obtaining grant-Received From Thomas Crockford, draiv. inlg attention to drain on Centre road, Clayton, blocked through alterations to cattle pits by the Railway Department-Cr McLorin nan: This is in a very bad state and a disgrace to the Shire. My opin ion is we should form the portion from Carinish ...
Thursday, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 25 July 1914
Thurisday, July 23. Before Messrs Cohen, P.M. (Chairman). Nicoll, Jordan, Mc Lorinan, Phillips and O'Leary, J's.P. DEnT. W. 3. Perris v. Godfrey, claim £3/11/- Order for amount, with 15/- costs. Monaghan Bros, v. G. Cohen, claim L4113/10. Order for amount with 15/- costs. Mr Westley appeared for com plainant in both cases.