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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 22 August 1914
LOCAL & iENERAL. Grand Druids' Concert next Wednesday evening, Sept. 2, in Mechanics' Hall. Leading Mel bourne artists. Admission 6d and is. Come one, come all. The Misses Tomkins and Gwil lian, "La Fayette," Eaton street, Oaklelgh, cordially invite the ladies of Oakleigh to the opening of their spring show of smart and up-to-date millinery on Monday next. Millinery in all its branches at moderate prices. If you want Value and Variety pay Roddick's Stores, Atherton road, Oakleigh, a visit. They are making a special effort to clear balance of Costumes and Coats at less than City prices. A great op portunity. A call was recently forwarded to the Rev F. Clemens, of the Rich mond Baptist Churclh, from the Murrunmbeena Church. -He has since signified his acceptance of it. Mr Clemens has been paster of the Richmond Church for 10', years, and has takcn a prominent and useful part in the social a ivance urenr of the c.ty. He is secretary of the Richmond Council of Churches, and his ...
Mulgrave Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 22 August 1914
Mulgrae Shire Council. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Thursday. Present-Crs Forster (President), Jordan, Coleman, Stocks, Aurisch, at McEorinan, Wilson and Closter. A An apology was- received from Cr e Broom. T The following is the remainder at of the report held over from last P week:- 01 From the Abattoirs, dues for a July, £75114/!3.-Received. N] From Public Analyst re samples rE of milk from J. B.-Brewer, J. Far- tc mer, W. Hore and D. Burus, which had been analysed and found to rt comply with the standard.-Re- e ceived. tI From Johanna Kenny, forward- r ing draft for [10112/-, rates for til which no claim had been made, m and asking that interest on arrears R be abandoned-The Collector (Mr Anderson) said the land was in l the Sea View Estate and the in- ec terest was £6/13/S. No rates had J been paid previously. Another d case was where there was owing In £16112/- arrears, s!- current rate, t and £7171- interest, total, £24/7/-, v extending over 43 years. A sum of...
OAKLEIGH DISTRICT BOWLING CLUB. ANNUAL METING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
'OAKLEIGH-I DISTRICT t BOWLING CLUB. ANNU-AL METING. The annual meeting of the above was held on Wednesday Z'ening, 12th inst., in the lodge r0om, Mechanics' Committee; Dr. Airch (retiring president) occtu pled the chair, and there were 34 greseit. . The minutes of the last annual ad sevcerai spccial , meetings were reaud. by Mr. Merry (retir ig : hon. secretary), and coin firmed on the motion of Mlessrs. N. R. Cooper, and J_ C. Farmer. ..= Thei. secretary' presented the *annual. report as follows: Your committee has much plea sure in placing before you their re port for the season 1913-14. IMEM'BERSHIP.. . WVe haxve'53 fully paidi members, and 9 honorary members, showing an increase of numbers from the previous year of i1 ;There. wxere ca new members. We also have fully paid up 19 lady players, and e etrust that each member will ntike an individual effort to further imefese the membership, this sea son ELECTRIC LIGHT. During the. past season the elec tric light was installed, light...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
'r j You're Heping Yourself BD Tr~adng with us ir ecause our Groceries are 1resh ecause our ronmongerv S'oc' is Targe ecause our Produce is Prime ecause our Prices ure Bedrock Your pwtronage Soblsced. Dott Onip Ad rss THECASH DISCOUNT Dsrry0R CoR, (Opp. State Savings Bank) Tel. 32 Oak. "Fiat Lux" THE COLOU AL IA$ ASSOkl LIMITED SUPPLIES Gas for Cooking & Lighting Gas Appliances of Every Description and the Latest Methods of Cooking, Lighting, Heating Ladies are Cordially T; ,ited to inspect thbe numerous appliances to be seen in action at asm Show=Room, Atherton road GAs STOVEs -Terms within reach of all-On Rental from /-_ per month, fixed free. On Hire Purchase, fixed free, small deposit, and instalments of 2/6 per month. Coke and Tar for Sale. Gas Fires, Bath Heaters, Wash Copper, and Gas Fittings Supplied and Fitted at Lowest Rates. Consult us before going elsewhere Quotations given free for complete installation C,., *" --- - -- I ;I 11j f oo :tw o sPY r And you will 'oe...
Sporting Notes Sandown Park Races. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
Sporting Notes Sandown Park Races. A meeting will be held at this well appointed course this after noon were Mr M. P. Considine has made excellent arrangements for patrons of the turf. The following areour selections for the different events: First Division Handicap. Lovelace .. 1 Apiarist .. . 2 Don Solvo .. . 3 Brush Steeplechase. Invermichie .. 1 Gold Vale .. 1 Statistician .. 2 Sandown-park Handicap. Abbey Craig .. 1 Seauarious .. 2 Lord Walla .. 3 Stcond Division Handicap. Nantucket .. 1 The Tuck .. 2 Lynceus .. 3 Third Division Handicap. Dissolution ... 1 Alleyn .. 2 Lisnarte .. 3 Jumpers' Flat Race. Brazil .. -1 John McCormack 2 Socotra .. 3 Our local owner-trainer, Mr J. Stainton, scored an easy win with his champion pony Prefix at Rich mond on Monday last. Starting at 7 to 2 against he won by 3 lengths.
SALVATION ARMY. THE CAMBERWELL GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
SALVATION ARMLY. THE CAM113ERWELL GIRLS. An wtertainment of a very pleas ing and meritorious character was given on 'Tuesday evening !ast in the Mechanics' Hall, Oakleigh, under the auspices of the local corps of the Salvation Army, by the girls from the Caamherwell Home. M1ajor Simmons pi .sided. and there was a good audience. The programme was as follows: Company song, "Our Rallying Song ;" recitation, "Two Ladies at a Telcplhone;" company song, ,Starlight;" drill, free exercises; recitation, "'The Girl \Vith 129 Lovers ;" company song, "By Cool Siloamo's Shady Rill;" drill, dumb hells; recitation, "The Tandem;" company sung, "Like tlhe Soldiers Do;" duet. "What Are You Doing for Jesus;"' dialogue, "ThIe Two l isecs Brown;" company song, ''Christ's Arnm;" drill, scarfs ; re citation, "The LEnchanted Shirt;" drill, short rods; recitation, "The Little Wild White Rose;" company song, "The Upper Garden:'!
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
Viva., lilar' :a q rut 'I;+ iu~ty Diii, Whit it, Vt' WI, i'dirVbred ?h ae IiuI you'll agieu, I'i -lure, Chcap hiLaltll i gaiiiied from yoLthi to a e With Woods' Greait Pppermiiut Ctre. .t 4 3 f'.ii ~.i 4- · Ladies anyd C dr aen s HAVE t:o Latest and Hest Goods for quality I and cheapness in the Trade. A GARMENTS of all de-"criptiotns - Rcady-to-wear and Underwear a Speceisty. OSIERLS. lfabcrlfashers - Ribbons, I Laces sod Fancy Goods.-A Choice selection Cd T 1HE L-t~st Novelties Neek-w.'ar. Jabots, Colla.rs -nd C.l artes. Infants Garments in Stoj~e tO ne~Ct all r.:quire nicutlt . Dxgape~ gHats-crags-s onnets- H oodss-el rapers - -- Order' taiken. taati:jfact ion GuatirrLoteed' ___l 'ruuiptly Executed. Open till 10 p.m. 1ridav and1 Ip.m Saitrtdiiv hate ir E a 5 ta au d G= e or Str et~t~ Oat lei~ B. lips RL ESTATE A NT, Pro pe ty & Farm 'Caosan O~pp Stal on, OREE 6B Telephone 26 Oakleigh. All Class of Properties For Sale. Lo ms Negotiated Rents Collected. Don't forg "t Opposit...
Clayton. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
Clayton. A meeting of the residents of Clayton was held in the. State school on Friday afternoon, 21st inst, with a view to providing clothing and comiorts for' the troops on active service. Cr Forster (President of the Shire) was voted to the chair. There were about 25 present. Mr Mc Donald (head teacher) gave a general idea of the object of the meeting, viz., to secure the co operation of the parents and resi dents.generally. He stated that the children had suggested that they forego the usual Christmas tree and devote the proceeds of their concerts to the purchase of material for making clothing. The one ziven oe Friiay reaHised nearly £1, and there is a small balance in hand; the lady teachers were authorised to expend 48 in the purchase of material. A public meeting will be held in the Tennis Hall tonight, under the auspices of the State-school and district, when a patriotic pro gram will be rendered and ad dresses given by Messrs Snowball and Keast, M's.P. A largely attended m...
The Oakleigh Carnival. PRESENTATION OF BALANCE-SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
The Oakleigh Carnival. PRESENTATION OF BAL ANCE-SHEET. A well-attended meeting of the Carnival Committee was held on Thursday evening in the Shire Hall, Cr Andrew (President) in the chair. The Chairman apolo gised for the lateness of the pre sentation of the balance-sheet, ow ing to the absence of the treasurer (Mr Blackburn) on holiday. The balance-sheet was as fol lows: - RECEIPTS. Refre-hmeais £17 5 3 Lollies & Soft Drinks10 1 10 Soft Drinks .. 2 8 5 29 15 6 Gates .. 52 14 0 Nominations and Acceptances ' 015 7 Donations .. 3 13 6 Merry-go-round -5 5 0 Protest Fees .. 0 6 0 Picture Night .. 11 6 3 Dance2 .. 2 10 0 13 16 3 Sale of Programmes 2 18 6 Refund-Hall Hire 0 5 0 Advance from Reserve Account,. - 5 0 0 £129 0 9 Deficit .. 2 17 2 £131 17 11 EXPENDITURE. ,Prize Money . i 40 15 0 do Children .. 2 11 0 do Procession 4 0 0 £47 60 Refund Nomination 0 4 0 Wages, Gates, etc' 4 1 0 Advertising & Print. 13 4 3 Refreshments, etc. 32 18 9 Hire Hall, for Meet ings -. 1 5 ...
The Rechabites. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
The RKechabites ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. The 28th anniversary .of the Hope-. of Oakleigh Tent; -L.O.R., -was celebrated on Sunday after noonf by a gathering in- the Me chanics' Hall. %There was- a fair attendance and Bro Rev E. H. Clhapple" presided' Bro W. R. Roberts, :- P..IC. R r gave an " ad dress' entitled Stop, Look, Listen, a-d thy Male Quartet Party ren dered several selections. Oi- .Tnesday.; evening a social was held. Bro= Stafford, D.C.R., presided and ere :was a good attendance. The following program was very pleasingly rendered: Overture, Mrs Hattan; trio, A Little Dream, Messrs E. and R. Pelling and J. Clucas ; recitation, The Baby, Miss Brewer; song, For the Green, Mr Bienvenue ; recita tion, Over the Hill, Bro Stafford ; song, I Call you fror the Shadows, Miss Auldist ; quartet, Comrades in Arms (eucored), Quartet Party song, Thy Sentinel anm I, Mr Bien venue. Rcsponses were made by the fol lowin' :-Mr Parr, Court Good will, A.O.F: represent:tives of the I)audeiuing ...
Municipal Elections Borough of Oakleigh. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
} Municipal Elections Borough of Oakleigh.. The elections this year were in striking contrast to those of last year, when 14 candidates wooed the ratepayers for 9 seats. Cr Henry, who had retired as a rep resentative of the North Ward under the new order of things con sequent on the adoption of the wards system, after a years ser vice, but if elected would have had a term of 3 years, was opposed by Mr W. H. Hunt, and his views evi dently conmmeund i him to tnSt of the ratepavers, who returned him with a majority of 45 votes. He wisely addressed the . ratepayers early and prosecuted a vigorous canvass; Cr Henry, whose Iihea'th has nort been good of late, was not as active as usu-el and thereby suf fered defeat, but we doubt not will accept it philosophically like the good old sport he is. The total number of votes polled was 381 out of 552 on the roll, and making allowance for non-residents and absentees it was fairly satisfactory. Cr Clemnents was returned un opposed as a representa...
Oakleigh Dog and Poultry Society. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
Oakleigh Dog and Poultry Society. The usual monthly meeting of the Oakleigh Dog and Poultry Society was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday evening, 20th inst. Cr Westley (Vice-Presi dent) 'occupied the chair in the absence of the President (Cr Knight), and there was a good attendance of members and friends. The evening took the form of a series of lecturettes hy Messrs Thomis, Goudie and Hippe, who illustrated their remarks by ex hibiting on the platform some very line specimens of prize poultry. Mr Thomas devoted his remarks to the Fancy side, using for his purpose Barred Plymouth Rock and White Plymouth Rock, while Mr Gondie demonstrated the Utility side with a number of White Leghorns. Mr Hippe fol lowed with the new Almerican breed known as Rhode Island Red. The Chairman (Cr Westley) in the interval explained that the objects of the Society were not only the education of the members but the advancement of the industry in the district, and it had been arranged that the secre...
Our Letter Box. BOROUGH FOOTPATHS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
Our Lette-r--:Box BOROUGH. FOOTPATHS. - TO THE EDITOR. .Sir,-In yoirr'report of the coun cil meeting I notice attention was drawn to the footpath in Broadway being broken .and not ..repaired. Broadway -is not the. only place affected. If our councillors will look around, especially where new buildings have been .erected, they will find the 'isphalt :-broken. and not repaired. At ithe coiner of CbnnellUroad and Atherton.road the path has been broken, and if in quiries were made at the time the cause perhaps would have easily been located. I notice we are going to have asphalt paths in the West Ward. I sincerely hopefhat strict measures- wilL be taken to prevent our paths getting. into the dilapi dated condition that others present in the town. It is pleasing to note we in South Oakleigh have a Pro gress Association to watch our interests and I would suggest all interested ratepayers should join Thanking you in anticipation-I am, etc., " THE WARRIGAL."
Shire of Mulgrave. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
Shire of Mulgrave. In the North Riding Cr Stocks, who has served the ratepaycrs for seven years, was returned by a majority of almost 3 to I against Shis opponent, MIr J. B. Brewar. The main question at issue was the removal of the shire obusiness to Glen Wav-rley, which MIr Brewer strongly advocated. Cr Stocks, on the other hand, took the stand that the shire was not in a position finaucially to make the change and staked his election upon it. The verdict appear; to be, as far as the North Riding is concerned, adverse to the removal at present, but was largely personal Cr Wilson met his old-time an tagonist, 'Mr Cotter, in the Centre Riding contest, but secured re election by a majority of 61 votes. The fight was almost equal at Glen Waverley, Mr Cotter having a slight advantage. Air W. II. Stewart, who has been a highly resp cted resident of Clayton for close upon half a century, was elected unoppo:ed and we reel sure will prove a useful councillor, loyal to his colleagues and sin...
The War. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
The Wiar On Wednesday evening, 19th inst, a wvell-attended and en thusiastic meeting a-s held in the Srate-school, Clarinda, to initiate a patriotic movement. Mr E. G. Bunny occupied the chair. Pro ceedings commenced with the sing ing of the National Anthem. Mr W. Morriss, in a stirring ad dress, spoke of the needs of the Motherland and said this was a time to make good the -patriotic speeches made on Empire days. He moved that this meeting take steps to establish a Patriotic Fund to provide necessities and comforts for the troops protecting our libeity and to aid the families of soldiers who may be in need. This was seconded by -Mr S. Castle and carriel with applause. After some conversation it was decided to open a subscription list, and collectors-were appointed. Several promises of.weekly sub scriptions till the end of the war, as well as a large sum straight dowrn were received, and the ladies present undertook to provide socks, handkerchiefs, and other articles. A committee co...
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, August 20. Before Messrs MfcLorinan (Chairman), Henry, O'Leary, J's.P. Borough of Oakleigh v. T. Brown, claim 26/-, sanitary rate in VWestward. Order for amount and time for payment. A young man named L. Buntine was charged on the information of the Town Clerk with riding his bicycle along Boston road footway. Defendlant, who hivl refused to give his name, was finud 10/- and allowed seven days for payment. John Berrigan was charged with using obscene language in Broad way on 14th August, the offence being proved by Sergt Stallard. He was further charged with of fensive behaviour, a little girl aged 13 giving evidence that defendant asked her to go into the reserve with him and offered her a shilling, which she refused and informed the police. Defendant, who ad mitteda large number of prior con victions, was fined X10 or three months' imprisonment for the first offence and £5 or one month for the second, sentences to be cumu lative. He went to gaol.