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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 August 1914
LOCAL & GENERAL. The Borough Council publishes a list of permanent works, for the carrying out of which it is pro posed to borrow J4,500. Nurse Oldham, Davey avenue, announces that she takes midwifery cases and attends patients in their own homes. Fees moderate. Roddick's Stores, Atherton-rd., the leading drapers and Bootsellers. We carry a big up-to-date Stock in General :Drapery, Costumes, Millinery; Ladies and Children's Underwear, Mens' and Boys' Clothing, Linoleuus, Fancy Goods and Boots and Shoes, and we keep our prices low. The fourth Cinderella dance of the Orpheus Quadrille Club was held on Wednesday evening in the 'Mechanics' Hall and was a well attended and most enjoyable social function. There were 86 present, representative not only of Oakleigh but of South Yarra and St Kilda, showing that the old members re tain a lively interest in the club, which has been 12 years in exis tence. Motors were largely in evidence. The annnal ball will shortly be held, due notice...
Oakleigh District Brass Band. DECISION TO DISBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 August 1914
SOakieigh District Brass Band. DECISION TO DISBAND. \ special meeting of the Citi zeni' Committee was held on Wed nesday evening at Male's Hote! to consider a notice of motion given by Cr Henry that all band instru ments be returned to the band Secret: r . Cr Andrew (chair man) presided and there was a full attendance, including representa tives of the band. Cr Henry said he was sorry to have to bring forward such a mo tion. The committee had helped the band all it could to raise money to pay the bandmaster. It seemed to him that many tl the playing members did not take any interest in the band. He moved that the band be disbanded, with a view to rcorganisation. Seconded by Mr R. Stewart. Mr Ea'ston said he did not see that anything else could be done under the circumstaacea. If they disbanded, however, how were they going to get the public to a gain assist? Cr Henry: You can take my assurance that you will get that. The public have been fairly dis gusted of late and' some do not kn...
SECOND TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 1 August 1914
SECOND TOURNAME-NT. Handicaps. 200 up. J. Clough .. .. rec 60 C. Tranter .. .. rec 50 C. Easton .. ..rec 75 Considine . .. rec 40 Foster .. .. rec 50 Betts .. .. rec 80 McLean . .. rec 40 Stainton .. .. rec 10 Harston .. .. ree 70 Sumsion .. .. rec 90 Johnson .. .. rec 35 Chalmer .. .. rec 75 Ailder .. .. rec 40 Green .. .. ree 30 Bisset .. .. rec 65 Montague .. .. ree 35 Thomas .. .. owe 75 McGill .. .. owe 30 Saunders .. .. ree 15 IH. Clough .. .. rec 60 "Hazard" . .. ree 25 Thompson .. .. ree 35 Bindley .. .. rec 60 Roscoe .. .. rec 70 Wilmoth .. .. owe 20 Stewart .. .. rec 80 Straede .. .. owe 75 Johns .. .. rec 50 -Iatt .. .. owe 100 Murphy .. .. owe 20 Strandgard .. .. owe 40 Insall ... .. rec 40 Smith .. .. rec 50 Hourigan . .. .. rec 70 Keyston .. .. rec 50 Radonish .. .. rec 20 Couper .. .. ree 70 Heathershaw .. .. rec 60 Webb .. .. scratch Cummins .. .. owe 40 Scammell .. .. scratch Uerry * re&lt;4O
Oakleigh Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Oak1eigh Borough CounciL The monthly"' meeting of the above was held on Tuesday even ing. Presant-Crs Knight (Mayor', Andrew, Corr, Clements, Davey, Farmers, Brine and Henry. CORRESPONDENCE. From M. Wheelwright re reticu lation of Carlisle Crescent, for which he has incurred an expendi ture for private main at cost of ?25 -Received. From West Oakleigh Progress Associat'o , prnposing erection of post office at Cemetery corner of Drummnond st.eet and Atherton road-Cr Davey supported and moved th:.t a letter be written .to the postal authorities pointing out the possibility of the site being available and asking them to stay their hand in the meantime-Se conded by Cr Corr and carried, From Pomti,-al Labor Council re valuations, alo from W'ycheproof council re sam: subject of obtain ing State lard tax returns-Com plied with on n:otion of Crs Corr and Farmers. From Jane Shiell re state of ap proach to bridge over Scotchman's Creek at Drummond street- Cr Henry: There is a deliberate faIse...
Australian Natives' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Australian Natives' Association. The fortnightly meeting of the Oakleigh Branch was held on Thursday evening, 30th ulnit, Mr C. E. Frank (president) in the chair. It was resolved that the lecture by Mr Rintoul be postponed from August 27 to September 3 on account of the elections on the former date, and that the rifle match with Cheltenharm he held on 26th inst. It wasresoived that the trophies in connection with the Friendly Sorjeties' Rifle-shooting competition be presented on the anniversary smoke night, Septem Ber 10. Mr i-I. G.'Johnson re ported that]he had arranged with the Chief' President, Mr A. M. Taylor, to attend on that occasion and his action was endorsed. Mr Garnham resigned the office of vice-president, as he was re moving to Adelaide, and it was re solved on the motion of Messrs Johnson and Smythe that his re- signation be arcepted with regret and he be given a letter of intro duction to the Adelaide Branch. Mr John Anderson was elected on clearance from the Cobram B...
Football OAKLEIGH WEST v. MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Footgbal1 OAKLEIGH WEST v. MORDI ALLOC. This afternoon the above teani will play Mordialloc at Mordialloc. The following teatn will represent Oakleigh --Taylor (capt.) Thomp son (vice-capt.), Jeaues, Lothian, Ward, Cameron, Snarp, Johansen, Sturrach, Wearne, Sones, Jesson, Mastelrton, Gracie, Clayton, Car nell, Ryan and McGill Emelcgencies - Higgs, Currie, Snow, Walkerton, Scammell A fact worth knowing to those who are doing up their furniture. Vou can get all you want at the Blind Man's. Buttons, giinp, band ing and studs, web, twine, etc., at lowest prices. Blinds from 1/11., 6 x 3; 6ft white pole, 2/9; Bamboo, 1/6, with fitting, casement, cur tain, etc. E. W. Walters, Ather road, OakIcigh. Phone 167 Oak.
Our Letter Box. OAKLEIGH BOROUGH COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Our Letter Box. OAKLEIGH BOROUGH COUNCIL. To TIE EDr'toR. Sir,-The annual elections are coming round and as usual the promises from all the Candidates as regards what they will do if re turned, and how they will look after our interests generaily and do all within their power for the ad vancement of the Borough, &c. Now, this music we have heard year in and year out with poor re sults, in fact i think the Canli dates work so hard in August to secure their return that directly after they get tired and sleep un til they have to stump the platform again. My reasons for coming to this conclusion is that for the last eighteen months I with others have been trying to impress them with the necessity of forming and making certain private streets in the South Ward, not only for our benefit and convenience (for which we are prepared to pay) but the health of the whole district, which I consider is at stake through ne glect on the part of the council. The excuses I have had from severa...
Oakleigh West Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Oakleigh West Progress Association. The above association met on Thursday evening, 30th uit., ,in the Congregational Church, bMr Henry J. Lee, President, in the chair, and a good attendance bf members. The chairman said he had called the commnittee together and offered to relinguish his can didature in favor of Mr N. R. Cooper, which was agreed to, with the result that Mr Cooper was chosen. 'The local youths had emulated the Association and star ted a Football Club, and would be glad to see parents- and friends present at any of their games. When the association was formed the north side of the ward was not as fully notified as it should have been, and as membership was open to the whole of the ward, it was desirable to have representa tion fiom North and south. Four gentlemen had magnanimously re signed from the committee to en able this to be done. He called for nominations, and Messrs MIorgan, Clough, Appleford and Anderson were elected as representatives of the northern portion ...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
LOCAL & GENERAL. A social and dance takes place on Wednesday evening, 12th inst., in the Mechanics' Hall, Oakleigh, under the auspices of the Lady Foresters Lodge. Gent's 1/6, lady's I1-. The Methodist Church services tomorrow will be conducted by Mr W. Phillips in the morning and the Rev. W. E. Secomb at night. The evening topic will be "The First Port in the Storm." This will be t'- the second in the series of special services. Solo by Mr T. Clucas. All seats are free. Books pro vided for visitors. A meeting of ladies who have passed in First Aid, or any others who may be interested in the movement, has been convened by the Mayor of Oakleigh (Cr A. Knight) for Thursday afternoon next, 13th inst., at 3 o'clock, in the Mechanics' Hall, with a view to forming a First Aid Corps in connection with the war. Even if this is not accomplished, a coin mittee will be formed to secure necessities or comforts for those on active service. If you want Value and Variety pay Roddick's Stor...
Oakleigh Borough Council. (Continued from Page 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
VaxiKaga1 rjorougn Council. - (Continued from Page 4.) The monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday even ing. Pres-.ut-Crs Knight (.Mayor), Andrew, Corr. Clements, Davey, Farmers, Brine and Henry. CORRESPONDENCE. From \V. J. BIlch, re day-sani tary service, in 1answer to com plaint.-The lTown Clerk: It is a double pan sei-vice, and optional for night or day, if the contractor can do the work.' From Oakieighý Gas Co., re claim for ;7/iof/, a-leged overchatrge.' The Town Clerk reported.-Cr. Corr: If they have had more nmoney from us thanr they should halve re ceived, they should re'fund." From City , of-:Cauifield, re coi ference. on traiiway extension next Mondav night, idth inst: From-Department of AAgrictilttre, re, report on dairy occupied by Mr. Kennagh; and' enclosing report of inspection iby department's officer, that the premises were in a sarisfac tory. state.-Received. Fromi Department of'Lands, ask irg for partitulars of portion of the Oakleigh Cemetery- proposed to...
Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Milunicipal Elections. Cr Ereury annxounccs that he will take an early opportunity of ad dressing the ratepayers of the North Watd and give an account of his stewardship. Mr W. H. Hunt will place his views before the ratepayers of the North Ward on Tuesday evening next, 11th inst., in the Mechanics' Hall, and hopes to see a large number present on that occasion. Cr Clements announces that he is 'seeking re-election as a repre sentative of the South Ward. He has not so far had any opposition, but does not fear it and would abide by the result like a true "sport."
Tramway Extension. Meeting at Murrumbeena. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Tramway Extension. ,i r Meeting at Murrumbeena. On Monday evening a public meeting was held in the Public Hall, Murrumbeena, under the auspices of the local Progress As sociation of all interested in tram wy extension. There was a large attendance, Oakleigh being well represented. Dr Barclay Thomson (President) occupied the chair, and in opening outlined the routes proposed, stating that to make a line from Glen Eira road would entail a large expenditure, which would have to be borne by the ratepayers. 'I he Executive of the Progress Association recommended extension of the Glenhuntly road. tramway to -.Murrumbeena station. Afterwards an extension could be made from Elsternwick to Point Ormond. reaching the most attrac tive part of the beach. He moved . that in the opinion of this meeting the most desirable route would be from Glenhuntly road to the Mur rumbeena road. Mr R. W. Allen, in seconding, said the Association had a good many routes before it and in the opinion of the Execut...
Rifle Shooting. A.N.A. METROPOLITAN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Rifle Shooting. A.N.A. METROPOLITAN COMPETITION. The following have been selected to represent the Oakleigh Brancr at Glen Huntly on Monday night next and are requested to meet at the Oakleigh railway station at 7 25 p.m. -- Sutherland. Johnson, Young, Hatt, Smythe, Ritchie, Elliott, Frank, Milne, Webb, Cerutty, Bourchier.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Cricket. Club XI. bowling averages for s?eason 1913-r4: T. O'Meara, 628 balls, 37.-wickets, 249 runs, 6.37 average; F. Barker, 213, 16, 125. 7.81; C. Burton, 295, ,o, 165, 8.25; A. Trail, 438, 30, 270, 9.o0; A. Bennett, 827, 55, 560, o.ir8; G. Hart, 367, I9, 214, 1.26. T. O'.Meara wins the bowling aver age. Club XI., batting :verages, sea son 5c(1-14 I: F. B:arker. 354 runs, (O innings., I not out, 70 highest score, 23.6 'l er'.' ; H. Thompson, 349, 19, 2, o4. 20.53 ; (Gco. Hatt, 373, 21, I, 70, -8.7-; C. Hurton, 145, 9, -, 46, 16.i ; S. ummnings, 16, 2, 1, 15, I.o; A. ienneticlt, 288, _1, O2,50, .spIs; T. ()O' Mear, [9oo, 15, 2, 40, (4.(?; S. Turner, .47, 11. 1, 2 , -.7; A. Tr; il. 'G, 13, 3, 3r, 9-3; F-. llcrry, '43. 2 , 4, -3, 8-.; (C. Couy per. 03, 9. , . , 7..22 ; L. RoscoC. ,)2 '5 . ', 35., 0'.57; J C( Iletts, 99, IS, - . 4, I-.5; J- Iocu e. 12, 4, , ,, u.0. I. H-rkcr ins tithe batting 'I'r:r'l e,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
The riginal Hairdresser and Tobacconist Corner Atherton Road and Eaticn Street, Oaileigh. J. E. UHLHORN, PROPR!ETOR Who will be gladto See old Friends and New. Customers receive every at tention. First-class Assistant. Anti septic system adopted, making a Foul Shave or Hair-cut impossible. Best Brands of Tobacco and Cigars, Pipes, etc. Stationery and School Requisites. Billiards - Two of Alcock's nest STables. Clayton Produce Store CIecainS t touse in the District For Oat Hulls, Chaff, Wheat, Maize. Oats, Bran. Pollard. Always on hand. W. RUSSELL, Dandenong Road, Clayton. Telephone, Oak. 70. Try O'Brien's Lung Cure For Coughs and Coids Famous for Asthma and Bronchitis, 2[ per Bottle At Buchanan's, near Station, Oakleigh, also Downing's, laton zlreet. Nurse Oldham. Midwifery. Patients attended in their own homes. Fee MIoderate. Address-Davey Avenue, first house from Warrigal road iSouth of the rail* way), . -EB8TER, Estate Ag?n- , ! i, -laoa removed to Nv ?eHi;ti?. c'orey .1 STATION ...
Football. OAKLEIGH v. RICHMOND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 8 August 1914
Football. OAKLEIGH v. RICHMOND DISTRICT. By "'Follower" The local team and Richmond District met on the Richmond oval on Saturday last in presence of a large number of spectators. The ground was in splendid condition. At three o'clock there were only twelve Oakleigh lads available. They showed a true sporting spirit and decided to play and not dis appoint the Richmondites. Five onlookers volunteered to sttip and thus brought the fighting strength up to seventeen. The following are the twelve "sports" who played the game and did not attend the "gee-gees:" Anderson, Bennett, Foster, Bar ker, Scott, Tait (2), Ethell, Har lock, Hurran, Couper and Cox. The first half was farly even and both sides showed any amount of pace, system and general all-round play. The home team a re ex ceptionally fine footballers and are particularly good in the air. The game may be put down as a "scratch" match. In the first half one of the Richmond men re tired with a broken nose, while Barker came down heav...