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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914

Th e R.i n fl 1 Mr Benson, Murrumbeena, re po; ts as follows:- July, 1914 .. .. .. 2.35in Do. average previous 28yrs 2'41in Do., 1913 .. .. .. O70in Seven months, 1914 .. 12'46in Do. average previous 2Syrs 17'03in Do., 1913 .. .. .. 12'89in Mr Anderson, Nottin" Hill, re ports as follows: July, 1914 - .. 286in Do., 1913 .. 0'72in 7 months, 1914.. 12'98in Do., 1913 .. 12'92in

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEY SAY. AN EPITOME OF FACT AND RUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914

THEY SAY. AN EPITOME OF FAGT AND RUMOR. That the Oakleigh Dramatic Society give a performance on Monday evening in the Mechanics' Hall In aid of the Patriotic Fund. That apart from the merits of the entertainment the object hi yiew should attaich a large-aidience. That members tickets will not be available on this occasion. That we have no`'doubt that Oakleigh will accord a bumper house. That a smoke sucial to say "'Good-bye" to the Oakleigh men who are going away to, fight for the E.upir2 will be held next Friday evening, 4th September, in the Mechanics' Hall. That tickets are 2/6 each and ladles' platform tickets I! That the Oakleigh Dog and Poultry Society, although only established ten weeks ago, al ready has a membership of over 70 That it makes greatly for the advancemeat of the poultry in dustry and district generally, That the municipal contests in Mulgrave and Oakleigh on Thurs day were quietly but determinedly fought out. That a patriotic meetiug of the residents of Clayto...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914

T. I. Ve 10i & o, P-rtncrs-T U. N`::l.';` and 'A'. SCOTT. S1ANUILAN)S. AUCTIDNEE1. Land, Fuani-nal !aco lasurtac*e A rensa. Farm and Property Sa.osrnen WV.ORN VA LiUAr' I tar the ' P RISHI (OF Mtild(i[AVE. VALUATI1O .1: Io)tOIT(;Il OF UOAKLEItil. IMoney to Lend. Farm Prio.rtibh-s H-I,.s... and I.:Lus for Saloon Easy 'Terms. 'Farms an I Villas To Let in Oakicigh an-( District. Send particaulris ef your Properties you wish to Sell or [et. Clie:nts waiting. It CI %"1114 ( E.4 .3.( TE D Bead Otfice-Portmani street-t.. near Station o. IK L I G BE Branch Offiree .t Broadway, Oa)skl'i"ri and Gclen Ware-rlrv NOTE-3lr S..nr.It;rand,, mCan e conuslted at his private residence. "1vt Co.urt," Park !orad. Oakl.-lh. atnfr -tlie.- heurers Telerph"r.e 59. O;aklriiuh Telephoune No. I. Odakleilh KrE:h.rnnp Ruby & Robinson, George Rutby -Sworn Valuer W. Godfrey Roi:esrn-Auctioneer Estate, Insurance and linancial Agents, HouIse, Land and Farm Sales'nen Prot erties Let rand Rents Collect...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914

Busi:iess 'notices. Atherton koad, Oaldeighl The sat ,ýHouse f or Value amd Variety mt all -kindscB~d ode eayLinos Boot and. ~shos 4, 0 A Large Sto&k .o choose from Call in to-day We open till 10 p m. Friday. Close at I o'clock Saturday i'Phone 150 Oakleigh. rThe Old EstabIished -53 Grocery, Co-ee, and Tea Stores, Opposite RaiWayV Sationi entrayce. G e a-'~ e- . ....-~---l~ r DProprietor Y 1G1e 0 ., Freshly Roas.ted.Coffee Beans Ground to Order. Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. E Noted stop for Hams and Bacon.F Sole Agent foi-VCoVuum Oil Coe's. Perfection Stoves rand oou HOeaters. Established 1379. FOR A FAHIONABLE s IT YPR - - Chas'.' BURTON = TAILORI. 419 Bourkest.s Nilbotirene (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar) 419 _____________ _ 1st. Floor) Fit, Style andl Workmanship Guaranteed -Prices to Suit Everyone. Private "lona19 AthIlrton Road, Oakleigh. Address Suits to Suit Everyone. Open till 10 o'clock Fila ?ig'l v and 1 p.m. on Saturdays. GE O.W. IviSe GILL STAILOR AND MIERCER. Portman Stre...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The War. SEND-OFF TO LOCAL MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914

The War. SEND-OFF TO LOCAL MEN. A meeting to make arrangements for according Oakleigh men who have volunteered for the Ex peditionary Force a fitting send off was held on Saturday evening, 22nd inst., in the lodge-room, Mechanics' Institute. The Mayor (Cr Knight) presided and there were 40 to 50 present. The Chair man explained that, at the close of the Carnival meeting on the previous Thursday, the subject was discussed and it was decided that the function take the form of a smoke night. Mr W. Stewart moved and Mr J. Henry, seconded that 'a smoke night be held. Mr W. H. Thomson: I do not altogether agree with this. When . we sent our young men to South Africa we had a general gathering, at, which ladies were present. I move. an. amendment that a free public entertainment be held in the Mechanics' Hall, open to both ladies and gentlemen, to say Good bye' to- the lads who are going away, and that a musical program be arranged. Cr Andrew, in seconding, said : These lads are going as r...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 29 August 1914

LOCAL E& GENERAL. On Monday evening next Mr Rintoul, expert of the Department of Agriculture, will deliver an il lustrated lecture under the auspices of the Mulgrave Fruitgrowers' Association in the Horticultural Hall, High street, Mount Waver ley. All interested, especially ladies, are cordially invited to at tend. 'Our Boys" is the name of a wisely chosen comedy in three acts to be produced on Monday even ing next, 31st inst , in the Mechanics' H-all by the Oakleigh Dramatic and Operatic Society. It will be preceded by the one-act drama The Woman Intervenes. The proceeds will be devoted to the Patriotic Fund. Members of the Society are asked to note that their tickets will not be available on this occasion, as it is desired to donate a substantial sum in aid of providing necessities and comforts for those who have volunteered for active military service. Admission I 1/ ;box plan at Miss Knights' shop ; booking fee, 6d extra. We hope the Society will be rewarded for its eff...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

A Big VarieLty of Crockery, Cutlery, AND Ironmongery, Meat Safes Garden Hose and TooIs, Wire Netting, Plain & Barb Wire TIMBER Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, heiring, Baltic, Oregon, Moulaings, Palings All Builders Requ~ire ments, -"Reliable" Stoves Bath Heaters AGENT FOR: International Harvester Gompany and the new, already famous reliable, money "jak" saving and worry saving Fire Extinaguisher Save hundreds of pounds by spending 15/ Everything hard can be had at .J. J. "Webster's Hardware Store and Timbelr Yard, Broadway, Oakieigh 'Phone 2S Windsor. Sunbeam Dairy * Atherton Road, Oakleigh Fresh M.ilk delivered twice daily within 1 hour of milking, 4d per quart All cows passed by the Government Inspector. One cow's milk for invalids and children. W. Kennaugh, Prop. BAY = VIEW = DAIRY "15 Qualitp I'l! Succeed" SN. KITCHEN- desires to inform the residents of OakleighI and sur rounding districts that he has decided to retail his own milk, direct from the farm to the cons...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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LAWN TENNIS. South Suburban Association. Mixed Division. Oakleigh v. Albert Park. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

LAWN TENNIS. South Suburlban Association. Mixed Division. Oakleighi v. Albert Park. This match was played on the local grounid last Saturday. The visiting team showed fine form and easily maintained their undefeated reputation for the season. Scores - Miss E. Scott and Monckton (O) beat Miss Blair and Newbury, 6 4 5-6 and beat Miss Hayes and For bes 6-2, 4-6. Miss L. Roberts and Flaxtuan (0) lost to Mliss Blairaund Newbutry 1-6, 1-6 and lost to Miss Hayes and Forbes 1-6, 0-6. Albert Park-42 games Oakleigh-24 games This afternoon O:,kleigh team proceed to Caulfield to play the Ewing club.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Sporting Notes Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

Sporting Notes Cricket. The season is alout to commenice The followi:: is a list of trophies won last year by members of the Oakleigh Cricket Club: A. team, Batting-G. McGiil, 443 runs, average 34.08, trophy, donated by Cr Westley; bowliung, F. Bindley, 5-1 wickets, 547 runs, average 10.2, t ophy donated by Mr Newton. B team, Batting-A. McCarron, trophy, donated by Mr Palmer; bowling, L. Orr, trophy, donated by Mr D). Couper. Club XI, batting-F. Barker, trophy, donated by Mr Straede; bowling, T. O'Mearai, trophy, donated by Mr Betts. -. Mr F. Bindley also won the bowling trophy for the whole As sociation. The Claytbn Cricket Club has been admitted into the ranks of the Caulfield- Moorabbin Association, and no doubt will give a good account of themselves .before the season closes. The annual general meeting of the Oakleigh Cricket Club takes place in the lodige-roo-m; rMechan ics' Institute, on Monday evening, 7th September. Members and in tending members are requested to attend at 8...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Oakleigh Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

Oakleigh BoroughCouncil. The. monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday even ing. Present-Crs Andrew (Mayor), Knight, Corr, Davey, Brine, Far mers, Clements, Hunt and West ley. Correspondence. From Mlurrumbeena Progress Association re extension of trams from Glen Huntly, along Neerim road and Broadway to Box Hill road- Cr Westley moved that the council approve of the route sug gested-Seconded by Cr Hunt-CrI Farmers: I am opposed to the: motion. Councillors who attended the conference with the Caulfield Council know that it favors another route and another conference is to be held. It would be best for the matter to remain in abeyance till the question of cost is settled-Cr Clements endorsed-Cr Knight said the three routes advocated at the public mieeting gave the Caul field Council the idea that there was no unity of agreement. It would be better, in the present state of things, to allow the matter to remain in abeyance for six months-The Mayor: The con ference decided to awa...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

RACING. The locally trained pony, NMag .ie M, won the Plate at Ascolt on Monday last, starting at 4 to I against. The Sandown-lpark Racing Club held a very successful meeting on Saturday last. The:Secretary, Mr MI. P. Considine, carried out his duties in a capable manner. Mr J. Bo!and's Rejoice has s.4 in the Ascot Thousand to be run Show week. Fit and well, Re joice should win the coveted prize for her owner, who has been in the front rank of late. Mr J. Stainton has now in train in. Prefix, The Beau, Baron and another, who look in the pink oi condition under their trainer. Mr J. Boland's team comprises Rejoice, Respond, rIcho and an untried 4 -year old. The racing at Saudo-wn on Satur day last was very interesting, and close finishes were the order of the day. The Brush Steeple, for in stance, was a fine race; Dismal and Geldvale cleared out from the field from the last jump, and came up the straight neck and neck, Dis mial winning in the last few strides by half a length. A meeti...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

FOOTBAtL. Pakenhani defeated Dantdeuong on Saturday last, and therefore won the Premiership of the Dandenong Berwick Association.

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Druids. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

The Druids. A Concert was held on Wednes day evening in the Mechanics' Hall under the auspices of the Oakleigh Lodge, U.A.O.D. Bro. Cock, Chief President, stated that the object in view was to initiate a Benevolent Fund for the lodge, and mentionid that the Order had been instrumental in raising £S0,000 for the charities. There was a fairly large attendance and a very enjoyable program was rendered (the star performers being Messrs Will Hughes and Carl Varco) as follows: - Overture, Mr Mackay ; song, I Love the Sunshine, Mr Geo. Gilroy ; latest ragtime, Mr Sol. Goldstein ; The Veteran's Song:, Mr B. Ar'ufield : song. Old Black Bag, loos.--leg;ed comedian \\Wil Hughes (doun.l encore) . song. The Deathless Army, Mr B Armfield ; so'g, Miss E. Colis ; humorous sket "I, the Mysteriou Turee ; a . w minutes with Mr R. Alddin, illusionist: sketch, Carl Varc?; song. patri tic, Only one of the Boys, Mr B. Armfield ; song, comic, Mr Carl Varco ; dispIay by Will Hughes, burlesque juggler ; song...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

He :alked of this, he talked of that. LIc t.kiked of everything; IHe talked Iike 20 phonomgraph, And then legan to ing. •' But 'csterday," he told his friends, " Xou saw me dumb and dour The reason I antl vocal now Is Woods' Great 'eppcrmint Curel'' You're Helping Yourself By Tradi~g with us ~ -mecuse omr Garoceres t are sPresh Seca~use our Ironmongery r~A StocklS s ar ge ? ecause our Produce is Prime ecause our Prices are It: ? gedroc k Your peironage Solicited. D0¢ok Oni R~dress THE CASjH ?, ? DISCOUNT : err~y ~ i ROClERS. errry e Co on (Opp.."ate: Savinqs Bank) Tel. 52 Oak. "Fiat Lux" IHECOLONIAL AS ASSOIATION LI? ITED SUPPLIES Gas for Cooking & Lighting Gas Appliatnces of Every D)escription and thle ratest MIethods of ' pooking, Lighting, Heating Ladies are Cordially .~ itedl to Inspect the numerous appliancts to he seen in action at our Show=Roorm, Atherton road GAs STOVES -Terms within reach of all-Oni Rental fromn 1- per month, fixed free. On Hire Purchase, fixed free...

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Clayton. Patriotic Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

Clayton. Patriotic Meeting. On Saturday evening, 29th inst a patriotic meeting was held in the Tennis Hall, Clayton. There was a large attendance, ex - President Forster in the chair and on the platform Crs McLorinan, Stewart and Aurisch also added influence to the occasion-not to say weight. Proceedings opened with the sing ing of the National Anthem. An inspiriting address was given by Mr Snowball, MI.L,.C. He said that Britain was fighting against tyranny-not to acquire territo y but battling for the right, justice and freedom. The Allies rrmust win and the oppressor would be de feated. The God of right and jus tice would be on the side of those fighting for freedom. Mir Keast. M.L.A., also gave a fine stirring'address. He said that we who stay at home must help those who go to the front. Plucky little Belgiumn was fighting our battles as vwell as her own. We must give support. Cr Forster introduced the speak ers in a short patriotic speech. Songs were contributed by Mes srs Bien...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Oakleigh to Glen Waverley Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

Oakleigh to (len Waverley Railway. We have received from the Railway Department (per Mr W. S.. Keast, M.L.A.) the followi;n report on the above proposed railway made by Inspecting lEngineer Beauchaimp: Having examined the country betwecc Oakleigh and Glen Waver ley, I find that a railway can be cheaply constructed in the direc tion approximately shown ii the dotted green line on attached plans. The cost of a steam rail way with 1 in 50 grade along this route and level crossings at all roads excepting Daudenong road, which would nass under a bridwe. would be about /6000 per mile. exclusive of land and costs at junction station or 4"~ iiles at .-6000--28,500, the cost to High Street road being ?34,500. The country along this route is well settled and is capable of carry ing muany more settlers, as market gardeners. etc., while near Oak Ieigih and Dandenollg road cross ing, a suburban residential centre would probably be established in the future. Many exdursionists would be attracted ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Congregational Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

Congregational Tennis Club. On Wednesday evening the Congregational School Hall, Logie street, was filled with an apprecia tive audience, the occasion being a concert held under the auspices of thu Tennis Club The Rev R. S. Carson presided. The following program was rendered and was re ceived with every mark of satisfac tion:-Ovrrture, Barcarolle, Miss Birch; song, Rip -Van Winkle, Mr Clucas; recitation, Evelina Judd, Miss Irvine; song, My Ships, Miss Schuitze; song, Island of Dreams, Mr Pelling; recitation, Mrs Bate son's Tea Party (encore, Tit for tat), Miss Garrett; mandolin and piano, Patriotic Airs, Miss Irvine and Mr Montgomery; song, Mifa mury, Miss Alice Rees; overture, The Brook, Mliss Birch; farce, Dinner for Two, Miss Irvine and Mr Montgomery; song, The Death less Army, Mr Clucas; violin solo, Berceuse, Miss Keable; recitation, How the little girl entertained the missionary (encore, The usual way), Miss Garrctt; song, The Perfect Day, Miss Schultze; reci tation, The doo:m...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Borough of Oakleigh. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

Borough of .Oakleigh. ELECTION OF MAYOR. The Oakleigh Borough Council held its annual meeting on Mon day morning. Cr Knight was voted to the chair and all council-. lors were present. It was resolved on the motion of C.r Westley, seconded by Cr Farmers, that the mayoral allowance beL20. Cr Westley moved and Cr Hunt seconded that Cr Andrew be mayor for the ensuing 12 months, which was carried unanimously with ap plause. Cr Knight congratulated the newly elected mayor and Cr Andrew took tha chair and re turned thanks for his election He also welcomed Crs Hunt, Brine and Clements, which was supported by Cr Westley and carried unani mously. It was resolved on the motion of Cr Davey, seconded by Cr Hunt, that a letter be forwarded to ex Cr Henry under seal of the council expressing appreciation of his ser vices for 9 years to the ratepayers. Committees. The committees were constituted as follows :-Works, the Mayor (CrAndrew), Crs Knight, Clem enrs. Brine, Farmers and Hunt, three to form ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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Oakleigh Dramatic Society. PATRIOTIC PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

Oakteigh Dramatic Society. PATRIOTIC PERFO RMANCE. Tile Mechanics' hall was filled with a representative and apprecia tive audience on Monday evening, when the Oakleigh Dramatic and Op-ratic Society gave a perform anice in aid of the Patriotic Fund, which should muaterially benefit, as with the exception of the stage manager everyone gave their ser vices free, including Pelling's Or chestra, which rendered patriotic airs prior to tile performance and supplied the incidentalmusic, re ceiving hearty applause for its fine playing. The Oakleigh Brass Iand also kindly played selections in front of the hall up till S o'clock. The evening opened with the rendering of the L-act dranur The Woman Intervenes, which was interestingly and ably portrayed, those taking part doing so with great skill and judgment; MIiss D. Clark, whose consummate acting especia'Iy in the telephone epi suue; was mUe cueme 01 general aa miration, deserves special mention. Following was the cast: -Paul Wenthorpe, Mr J...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Municipal. Shire of Mulgrave. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 5 September 1914

Municipal. Shire of Mulgrave. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. The statutory annual meeting of the Mul.rn:ve Shire Council was held on Monday morning. Pre sent-Crs Fo.rster, Aurisch, Cole tan, Cl,?ktr, McLorinaTi, Stocks, Jordan, Stewart iand Wilson. Cr Iorster was voted to the chair. The returning officers for the several ridings reported on the elections. /Cr Jordan moved and Cr Stocks seconded that the presidential allowance be ?25- Cr McLorinan: At the present time there should be no allowance whatever. The whole Empire is faced with the calamity of war, and at a time when our kith and kin are being killed in its defence self-denial and sympathy should be brought to bear. Personally I would not take part in any public functiob, with any levity, under the circumstances Tho council, in my opinion, should show a spirit of self-denial. At a -patriotic meeting held at Clayton 7-on-Saturday night Mr Keast sug- gested that each-municipality levy a special rate. We do not want to do that; but you...

Publication Title: Oakleigh And Caulfield Times Mulgrave And Ferntree Gully Guardian
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