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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 January 1914
A Big Variety of Crocker3, Cutlery, AND Ironrmongery, Meat Safes Garden Hose and Tools. Wire Netting, Plain & Barb Wire. Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, helving, Baltic, Oregon, Moulaings, Palings. All Builders Require ments, "Reliable" Stoves, Bath Heaters AGENT FOR: International Harvester G ompany and the new, already famous, reliable, money 66* a saving and Alak worry saving Fire Extinguisher Save hundreds of pounds by spending 151 Everything hard can be had at J. J. Webster's Hardware Store and Timber Yard, Broadway, Oakleigh. 'Phone 28 Windsor. You Can get all you'r Hardware at Wilkbinson's~ White Shop, next Stn CITY PRICES. Syracuse Plow's .ggarts. Artists Paints Bicycles built from ?5/10/ Don't Forget address. C&Next Stalion. PnoSE OAur. 531 i aidresssrs Hairdresser & Tobacconist e B. MURPHY (Formerly with D. CROWe) EATO'ON SlREET, OAKLEIGEI Patrous can rely on receiving efficient attention Cleanliness and Civility the first consideration. Best B...
CLAYTON. Movement for a Recreation Reserve. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
CLAYTON. Movement for a Recreation Reserve. The movement initiated by the sporting clubs and spirited resi dents of Clayton to obtain a recrea tion ground for the district assum ed definite form on Saturday even ing last, when a public meeting was held in the Tennis Hall. Although it had been well adver tised, there were only 25 or 30 present, but an earnest spirit to' achieve the end in view was mani fested and good progress was made Cr Forster (President of the Shire of Mulgrave) presided and highly commended the object .in view, stating that they had a splendid example in Glen Waverley of what could be accomplished in this di rection. An apology received from Mr W. S. Keast, M.L.A., who was precluded by another engage ment from being present, but ex pressed his full sympathy with the movement and stated that he would endeavour to obtain a substantial 'grant from the Government. Apo logies were also received from Mgr Hourigan, Mr Duerdin, Mr Knight and Cr Broom, each of whom re gr...
Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Cricket Notes. The local B team seems to have wakened up at last; they ?scored 185 against Glen Huntly on Saturday. McCarron seems to have struck form with the bat justlinow; he made 64 in fine st1yle on Saturday. S. Davidson again showed that he is a champion in the wielding of the willow; 70 not out against Heatherton on Saturday. Allan Thompson is in splendid form with the bat this season; he got 33 on Saturday. We have often been asked who is the best all-round cricketer in Oakleigh at the present time; we think George McGill, of the A team, comes first; and Sid David son of the Oakleigh East, a good second. The Oakleigh A team were for tunate to 'get the East Caulfield out so cheaply on Saturday. It was mainly due to the fine bowling of Palmer, Blndley and McGill. The fielding of some of the local men was very bad.
MURRUMBEENA V. ST. GEORGE'S. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
.URRUMBEENA V. ST. GEORGE'S. This match was commenced at Murrumbeena on Saturday last. Scores: Murrumbeena. Cooper, b Baxter .. 4 Kemp, c, b Jennings .. 10 West, c, b Baxter .. 17 Robertson, run out .. 9 Day, b Baxter .. C Cove, b Baxter .. 1 Dick, std., b Jennings.. 4 Hansen, c, b Jennings.. 13 Carter, b Jennings .. 1 Hamiltoq, run out .. 0 Shepherd, not out .. 1 Sundries 6 Total 66 Bowling-Baxter, 4 for 22; Jen nings, 4 for 9. St, George's. Hall, not out .. ... 16 Child, c, b Carter .. 7 Chandler, not ..- 11 Sundries 1 Total, 1 for 35
HEATHERTON v. OAKLEIGH E. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
HEATHERTON v. OAKLEIGH E. This match was commenced on Heatherton ground last Saturday. Heatherton took possession of the wickets first and scored 119. W. Gartside 48, J. Gartside 20 and C. Gartside 18 were the principal scorers for the home team. Oak Ieigh then went to the wickets and at the call of time had lost 4 wic kets for 102. S. Davidson again showed splendid form for 70 not out; he scored 22 runs off one over. The match will be continued this afternoon. Scores: Heatherton C. Gartside, b Mitchll 18 W. Gartside, b S. Davidson48 G. Gartside, c, b Mitchell 3 Stocks, b Mitdhell .. 3 J. Gartside, I.b.w., b Hart 20 A. Gartside, b S. Davidson 0 Kelly, b N. Davidson .. 10 C. Smith, b S. Davidson 11 B. Kelly, b Hart .. 0 WV. Smith, not out ... 0 Sunidries 6 Total 119 Oakleigh E. Mitchell, run out .. 6 Harford, b C. Gartside 8 S. Davidson, not out .. 70 Young, b C. Gartside ... 1 P. Hart, b J. Gartside 0 N. Davidson, not out .. - 17 Total, 4 for 102
NOTTING HILL v. SOUTER'S PLUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
N6TTING HZLL, v. SouTEa'S PLUMMBERS. Phis match was played at Not ting Hill on Saturday last and re sulted in an easy win for'local team by 99 runs. Wilson 48, Gunther 30, were the Drincipal scorers for N?tting Hill. Scores: Souter's. Baker, senr., b Doolan 0 Souter, b Bailey .. 7 Boyle, c, b Doolan .. 24 Dry-dle, b Dcolan .. 20 New, b Doolan .. 3 Barnes, b1 Doolan -.. 6 Martin, run out .. 1 Ganblin, run out. . 2 Brewster, b Anderson .. 4 Ambrose, b Anderson .. 1 Baker, junr., not out .. 0 Sundries Total 72 Notting Hill. Anderson, b Doyle .. 4 Beacom, run out .. 0 G. Gunther, bDrydle .. 30 W. Beacom, b Drydle.. 1 Doolan, b Drydle .. 5 Clipperton, c, b Drydle 7 Bailey, c, b McGill .. 18 Dyer, c, b Boyle .. 10 Beveridge, b Martin .. 17 Wilson, l.b.w., b Souter 48 Jeffrey, not out .. 9 Sundries 22 Total 171
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
A Big Variety of ?Crockery, Cutlery, AND Ironmongery, Meat Saf~es Garden Hose and Tools Wire . Netting, Plain & Barb Wire T~ N.FR Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, Shelving, Baltic, Oregon, Moulaings, Palings mLents, "etiable" Stoves, Bath Heaters AGENT FOR: International Harvester Oompany and the new, already famous reliable/cmoney .?,A ak?,9 saving and worry saving F~ire ,xtinguisher Save hundreds of pounds by spending 151 Everything hard can be had at J. J. Webster's Hardware Store and Timber Yard, Broadway, Oakleigh. 'Phone 23 Windsor. You Can get all your Hardware at W~iiinson's White Shop, next Stn CITY PRICES. Syracuse Plows and Parts. Artists Paints. Bicycles built from L5/10/ Don't Forget address. tPNx? Station. Psows OAa. 53" Bafrdre~ssers dairdresser & Tobacconlst 7) (Formerly with D. CROWE) EATON S'REET, OAKLEIGH Patrons carn rely on receiving efficient attention Cleanliness and Civility the first consideration. Best . Brands of Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes,...
Glen Waverley. BICYCLE & ATHLETIC SPORTS. A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Glen Waverley. BICYCLE & ATIILETIC SPORTS. A IIGHLY SUCCESSFUL GATH!FRING. President, Mr Fear ; Vice presidents, Messrs Jane and PepperecI: Judges, Messrs Powell, Clark and West (IHigh Jump), Messrs West, Norton and Hewitt (Cycle and foot races) ; Starters, Messrs O'Dea and Hunter ;. Handi cappers, Mr C. B. Lewis (Cycle); Messrs Tyner, Flack and Pep perell (foot races) ; Clerk of Course, Mr Laidlaw ; Stewards, Messrs Wilmot; Tyner and Lewis; Lap.Scorer, Mr Hiurst: Tinwmkeep ers, Messrs Hussey and Wheel wright; Protest Committee, .Messrs Pepperell, Jamues and Laidlaw; Treasurer, Mr R. Jane; Hon. Secretary, Mr J. Law. The third annual bicycle and athletic sports were held on Mon day last (Foundation Day) on the Recreation Ground, Glen Waver ley, and viere eminently successful. The Athletic Clib, under whose auspices the sports were held, is deserving .of high commendation for the perifect arrangements made and the excellent condition of the .roundi. The programme was kept .: g...
Lawn Tennis. CONGREGATIONAL TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Lawn Tennis. CONGREGATIONAL TENNIS CLUB. The Tennis Court recently made in the Congregational Church grounds was opened on Saturday afternoon in the presence of a fair number of members of the club and friends. Mr E. R. W. Een son, in declaring the court open, said the movement had been Initiated entirely by the young people and he hoped they would all take an interest in it. Whilst the members would assist with their subscriptions, they would not doubt look chicfly to the older mem'bers of the c~urch for financial support. The c!ub wished to acknowledge with thanks services rendered by several friends; Mr WV. i. Thomson had donated the net, and Mr Geggie had worked hard and long to complete the c-curt. Several games wvere played and afternoon tea was served.
Our Letter Box. OAKLEIGH FOOTBALL CLUB TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Our Letter Box. OAKLEIGH FOOTBALL CLUB To .THE EDITOR. Dear Sir,--K?owing that your columns are always open' in the interests of justice and truth, will you permit me to reply to a letter in your issue of the 24th, signed by " Rex." After displaying ,ar tizanship towards the past Presi dent in telling us what good quali ties he possessed, he goes on to say : " I am anxiously waiting to =ee what kind of balance-sheet will he presented at the next annual nmeeting of the FootballClub, when he is surethe members will open their eyes," and see that the so called " Reformr Party" has not bad a good season, and that the Liherals will have to take charge of the club's affairs. Now, Sir, it is news to me that the Football conm mittee combine politics with sport, and furthermore Rex" will cer tainly have " his eyes opened" when the balance-sheet is read for the edification of himself and friends. The concluding portion of his letter re the attendances of comrmitteemen at their meetings is a m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
IIockJl SA Our Stocktaking takesplace at the end of the month and in order to reduce our stocks of: Crockery, Glassware, i] cr mcn gery, we have marked these goods down to a fraction over cost. SEE OUR WINDOVWS Be'rr C o,"M .TH CSH . DISCOUNT .... .-i;?i: (Opp. 5 tate Savings. Bank) Tel. 52 Oak. "Fiat Lux" -..i ,7: . Of 08ga~ db Gs " O Proprietary Limited ..:_/,i CO. uma ' SUPPLIES Gas for Cooking & Lighting Gas Appliances of Every Description and the Latest Methods of Cooking and Lighting. Ladies are Cordially Invited to Iuspect" the numerous appliances to be seen in action at our Show=Room, Atherton road GAS STOVES -Terms within reach of all-?nh Rental from 1/- per month, fixed free. On f-Hire Purchase, fix:ed free, small deposit, and instalments of 2/6 per month. Coke and Tar for Sale. Gas Fittings Supplied and Fitted it Lowest Rates. Consult us before gainu elsewhere ... -~y. ,17c Right ~ Up-to-Dat F. P R! tAM4 Wholesale - & - Family BUTO' R, .. Atherton R oad Oa...
Church of England, Glen Waverley. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Church of England, Gilen Waverley. A meeting of the Church Com mittee was held on Thursday, 8th January, when the proposed new church was discussed. Mr F. VJ: Osborne, in the chair, said that a piece of land for the site had been given by the Archdeacon Fund. The donations previously acknow ledged are as follows:--Mrs Dal gleish, I ; Mr Osborne, £1 ; Mr Arnold, ?I ; Mr Wheelwright, £1 ; Mr W. Chivers, 10/- ; Messrs T; and W. Pettar, 1/1/- ; Miss M. Arnold, 10/- ; Mr T. G. Newton, ?2. The following gentlemen were elected Tiustees for the Building Fund:- Messrs R. Jane, W. Arnold, W. Chivers, Wheelwright, H. Doherty and B. Pettar. It was proposed that the balance in hand up to December 31st, ?11/19/7, be placed in hands of Trustees for Building Fund. Mr Osborne moved a vote'of thanks to all those who had kindly given donations, Mr Wastell for his gift of lectern and stool and to Mrs Jane for loan of organ. A hearty vote of thanks was also accorded Mr Osborne for the valuable assistanc...
Oakleigh Mechanics' Institute. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
I Oakleigh Mechanics' In .stitute. I -# I Annual Neeting. The annual meeting of subscri bers was held on Tuesday evening, 3C being present, and Mr Harston (retiring president) in the chair for the early part of the meeting. The minutes of the previous yearly meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Cr Westley, seconded by Cr Davey. The Secretary presented the annual report as follows: Your Committee has pleasure in submitting Its annual report for the year 1913, and in doing so tender thanks to members and the public for their patronage. Your Com mittee has endeavoured to conform to all suggestions made from time to time by the public which have been for the comfort of our patrons -but a large amount of work is necessary to comply with all re quirements. We wish to mention that the Oakleigh Dramatic Society has presented scenery to the Insti tute, the Committee undertaking to repaint same at a small co-t. The hall has during the winter Inmoulths been engaged one night every ...
WESLEY ORCHESTRA v. CLUB XI [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Wasr.gY ORCHESTRA V. Cr.Ua X There was an exciting finish be tween these two clubs on Saturday last, the locals winning by 5 runs, A. Thompson again showing his superiority with the bat, making 33; Traill also batted well for 23. Scores: Wesley Orchestra. Closter, b O'Meara .. 4 Kruger, b O'Meara .. 2 Bridge, b Traill .. 1 Dodge, b Hatt .. 64 Ledward, b Barker .. 5 Guiver, not out . .. 16 J. Guiver, b Hatt .. 0 Sundries 3 Total 91 Oakleigh. Barker, b Ledward .. 1 Bennett, c and b Ledward 2 Turner, b Ledward .. 4 Thompson, b Guiver .. 33 Traill, b Guiver .. 23 Hatt, c, b Guiver .. 10 Berry, b Guiver .. 9 Betts, b Guiver .. 4 Sundries - 12 Total . : :.96
Our Letter Box. OAKLEIGH FOOTBALL CLUB. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Our Lelter Box. OAKLEIGH FOOTBALL CLUB. (To THE EDmroat.) Sir, - For the information of "Rex," the committee and mem bers of the Oakleigh Football Club I would like to say on behalf of the past committee that none of them or myself was informed about the annual meeting. The first we knew of it wias an advertisement on the Saturday in the Times, and as the meeting was on the Monday I rang up Mr Harston (our late President), and he said he thought that as the meeting was advertised it was best to hold it, but regretted to say another engagement would prevent him from being present. My intention was to let the meeting stand over till after the holidays. I went to Mr Rowlands and asked him why he had called the meeting without permission of the com mittee, and he told me'that a lot of the supporters got on to him, so he thought the best thing was to call the meeting straight away. As re gards members of the committee not attending the meetings, I my selt (although a member) was not info...
Cricket. OAKLEIGH v. EAST CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Cricket. OAKLEIGH V. EAST CAULrMeLD. This match was commenced on local ground last Saturday and will be continued to-day. East Caulfield had first possession of the wickets and scored 146; Bourne was top scorer with 57. *At the call of time Oakleigh had lost 5 wickets for 53 runs, McGill heing 25 not out. Scores: East Caulfield. Paul, run out .. 4 Lehman, c Lee, b McGill o Bourne, c, b Bindley .. 57 Clarke, c, b McGill .. 9 Furneaux, c, b McGill... 14 Rigg, b, b Palmer .: 19 F. Rigg, b McGill .. I1 Tebbs, b Bindley .. 9 MLitchell, b McGill .. 11 Bellamy, not out .. 7 Sundries 15 Total" 146 Oakleigh. K. Looker, b Lehman.. 13 Thompson, c, b Lehman 2 Lee, b Lehman .. O McGill, not out .. 25 F. Looker, b Lehman .. O Bigelow, b Bellamy .. 12 Palmer, not out .. O Sundries 1 - Total, 5 for 53
Cricket. OAKLEIGH B V. GLEN HUNTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Cricket. ---- OAKLEIGH B V. GrLE I-iUNTLrr. This match was commenced on Saturday last, and Oakleigh were disposed of for 185. MicCarron was in good for-i with the bat, scoring 65, which is a good per formance; Baulke 36 and Stainton 17 also played well. The locals have improved the last two mat ches,which we hope theylwill con tinue to do. Scores: McCarron, 1.b.w., b Dowd ing .. 65 Baulke, run'out .. 36 Tait, c, b Wilson .. 14 Webb, c, b Lee .. .. O Insall, b Lee .. 10 Pynor, c, b Lee .. 0 O Stainton, c, b Lee .. 17 Scamrnmell, c, b Dowding 0 Miason, b Dowding.. 12 Wearne, b Dowding : 13 Mattrick, not out .. O Sundries 18 Total 185 GrLEN HUNTLrY. Lee, b Baulke .. 1 Dowding, not out .. 18 Jones, not out .. 3 Sundries O Total 22
Recreation Ground for Clayton. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 31 January 1914
Recreation- fround for Clayton. The sporting clubs and energetic residents of Clayton who have united in a movement for providing a recreation reserVe for the district deserve, and we doubt riot, will' attain complete success. They acted wisely at the puiblic meeting last Saturday in deciding to reconi mend for acceptaice a site before making a systematic canvass for financial assistance. The site which hasbeen teritativelyselected, while not within view of the rail way is very near and seems to be the most suitable, conzsidering the fact that land values at present make the acquisition of sufficient land nearer the railway impossible. The purchase of 12 acres on the terms asked should not be difficult to attain. It means the payment of £17/10/- in interest yearly, but that can be reduced by paying, say, £200 in the near future. A well attended meeting at Heather ton last Saturday night decided to endeavour to obtain 10 acres in Ross street for £350 and appointed a committee to arra...