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Oakleigh Presbyterian Church. BAZAAR IN AID. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 October 1914
Oakileigh Presbyterian Church. BAZAAR IN AID. A bazaar was held onr. Friday and Saturday, 25th and 26th inst., in the Mechanics' Hall under the aus pices of the above, and was fairly successful, despite the cold squally weather that prevailed. There was a large attendanee on Friday afternoon, when the opening cere mony was performed by Sir Frank Madden (who was accompanied by Lady Madden) in a brief but appropriate address He was in troduced by the Rev E. H. Chap ple, who referred to the awkward ness of holding the bazaar during a time of war, but it had been ar ranged before hostilities began. Sir Frank, who spoke in a fine patriotic strain,- said be trusted that efforts on behalf of the chur ches and other institutions would go on as usual, despite the war, and expressed the belief that the Em pire of which we formed a part would come forth triumphant from the conflict which had been forced upon it by a military despot. The hall was prettily decorated with flags, those of our Alli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 October 1914
A Big Variety of Crocker), Cutlery, AND Ironnmongery, Meat Safes Garden Hose and Tools, Wire Netting, Plain & Barb Wire Th BER Hardwood, Jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gun, lIelviug, Baltic, Oregon, Mouldings, Palings All Builders Require menats, "Reliable" Stoves Bath Heaters AGENT FOR: International Harvester oompany and the new, already famous reliable, money saving and Ab ak worry saving J Fire Extinguiisher Save hundreds of pounds by spending 15/ Evereything hard can be had at J. J. Webster's Hardware Store and Timber Yard, Broadway, Oakleigh 'Phone 28 Windsor. Sunbeam Dairy Atherton Road, Oakleigh Fresh Milk 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 "By Qualitp I'll $Suced" G N. KITCHEN desires to inform Sthe residents of Oakleigh and sur rounding districts that he has decided to retail his own milk, direct from the farm tothe consumer...
Tramway Extension. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 October 1914
Tramway Extension. The question of tramway ex tension is one which vitally affects Oakleigh and adioining districts. The want of com munication is, more than any other cause, retarding progress. It is also a fruitful factor in crea ting overcrowding in the inner suburbs and so producing slums, against which a vigorous crusade should be maintained. As far as Oakleigh is concerned, two routes, one in the North and one in the South, are proposed and each finds ardent advocates. They would each serve about 5000 people, and are apparently equally necessary. At present a report is awaited from Mr Cameron, Chairman of the Tramway Trust, on the matter. A good deal can be advanced in favor of each, and they are both undoubtedly necessary to the growth of their respective locali ties. Both are, in fact, necessary. The route selected for the North would be a continuation of the Glen Huntly road tramway and proceed via Murrumbeena road and Neerim road to Broadway, and on to Box Hill road, Oakle...
SUPPORT LOCAL ENTERPRISE. NOW RUNNING. Nelson's Oakleigh & Glen Waverley Coach WINTER TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 October 1914
SUPL'ORT LOCAL ENTERPRISE. NOW RUNNING. Nelson's Oakleigh . Glen Waverley Coach WINTER TIME TABLE. Leave Mountain View, Week Days-E.0 a.m., arriving at Oakleigh q.50 a.m. Returning 10.30, arriving at Mountaia Vievr, Glen Waverley, 11.15. Leaving Mountain View, 4.30 p.m., arriv. ing at Oaklcigh 5.30. Leave OakLeigh 6 arriving Mountain View 6.50 Saturday Night, leave Mountsin Vier at 10.o0, arriving at OakleighI II 15, leaving Oaklligh 12 o'clock, arriving Mit. View at 12.30. Sundays -Leave Mountain View at S.LO a.m., arriving In Oaklcigh 9.20 Leave Oaklcifgh at 10 arrive Mountain View at 1050. Leave Mountain View 8.30, arriving Oakleigh 9.15. Returns from Oakleigh 9.45 p.m arriving eountain View 10.30. Fare, - Return Oakleigh to Mountain View, 2s; Single. is Gd. Return Oak. leigh to Black Flat P.O., La Gd, Siagle In Notting Hll-leturn, Is
Obituary. THE LATE MR THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 October 1914
Obituary. THE LATE MR THOMPSON. Another pioneer of the Shire of Mulgrave passed away on Sunday last in the person of Mr James H. Thompson, a well-known re- sident and dairyman of Waverley road, Mt Waverley, where he was born 50 years ago and passed all his life. He was of a quiet, un- assuming disposition, but took a keen interest in the district and pride in his home, and was re- spected and esteemed by everyone who knew him. His membership with St. Stephen's Church of England was of a singularly happy character, and his demise gave a tinge of sadness to the anniversary celebration this week. He leaves a widow and 11 children, whose ages range from nine months to twenty years, with whom the greatest sympathy has been ex- pressed. For about two years past he had been ailing, so that his death was not unexpected. His remains were interred in the Burwood Cemetery on Tuesday, and the esteem In which he was held was testified by the fact that the funeral procession was over a mile long,...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 3 October 1914
LOCAL & GENERAL, Mesdames Knight & Birch, assist ed by Mesdames Andrew & Fitz patrick, have collected up to to date £108. The list is still oxen. 10 more packages have been sent in to the Lady Mayoress's League and the Red Cross. Work can be had at Mrs Blackburn's mornings and evenings. A meeting of the Clayton State Schcol and district Patriotic com mittee was held in the Clayton State School on Thursday, 1st October, Asa result of the re cent patriotic concert, organised and carried out by Mrs Whit bourne, a sum of £88//- was han ded in by that lady. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mrs Whitbourn. The secretary reported that he had remitted a sum of £5 to the Patriotic fund that a sum of £6117!3 was spent in purchasing material, which was made into garments for the soldiers that £2/101- was subscribed by the teachers and scholars during the month, U'2 forty nine dozen eggs hal been forwarded to the camp at Broadmeadows, and that there was now in hand...
Oakleigh. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
Oakleigh. Turner, b McIndoe .. 6 Thompson, b McIndoe 3 Cooper, b Mclndoe .. 13 Berry, b Mcilndoe .. 3 Andersan, b Gorham .. 2 Hall, b McIddoe .. 1 Betts, b Hazeldene 4 Callison, b McGarth .- 4 Hunt, l.b.w, b Hazeldene 10 Burton, c and b McGarth 1 Bennett, not out .. 5 Trail!, b McGarth .. 5 Sundries 6 Total 64
Oakleigh Club XI v. North Melbourne Ramblers. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
Oakleigh Club XI v. North Melbourne Ramblers. This match was played on the local ground last Saturday, and resulted in a win for the visitors. The ladies kindly provided after noon tea, which was much appre ciated by all, and they deserve special thanks for their generous hospitality. Members were very pleased to see their worthy Pre sident (Mr A. G. Harston) and re gretted he had to leave early. Scores: North Melbourne Rovers. McGrath, b Bennett .. 1 Samuell, I,b.w., b Burton 48 Halydine, not out .. 47 McCarthy, b Calison ".. 2 Lambrick, I.b.w, b Burton 0 Wise, b Callison ... 9 Scurry, b Burton .. 10 Adams, b Burton .. O Gorbam. not out 1 Sundries 9 Total, 6 for 127
Cricket. THE SEASON OPENS WITH IDEAL WEATHER. OPPONENTS FIELDING VERY KEEN [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
Cricket. THE SEASON OPENS WITH IDEAL WEATHER. OPPONENTS FIELDING VERY KEEN By "Back-play" The Oakleigh Juniors are to be congratulated in forming a Cricket Club. They did very well to sore 62 and 42 against the East Melbourne lads in their initial game. Should tile handle the the bat as well. as they football these lads should prove a tough proposition to opposing teams. '"Back-play" advises them. to vary their deliveries with the ball, both in pace and style, and those fielding should be placed accordingly. In batting over-eagerness to score is mostly responsible for the early disposal of the player. Take your time, keep cool, and whatever you do, do not drop the shoulders too much when striking the ball-play ing in such a manner is the cause of so many being caught. H. Tait's fine individual score of 64 was meritorious & the means of pulling his side out of the mire. His hit into the cemetery was a "beauty"-well tinted and well judged. The innings was a decided im provemen...
Mount Waverley. Patriotic Meeting & Concert. Record Collection of L46/15/= [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
Mount Waverley. Patriotic Meeting & Concert. -Record Collection of L4611li= The residents of Mount Waverley demonstrated their loyalty in right hearty and practical fashion on Saturday evening last, the Horti itt1turat Hall being filled with a company representativo of the dis trict, and a record collection of £46/15/1- was taken u;. The hall was effectively decorated with flags and the requisite military tone and color was completed by about half a dozen members of the Oakleigh Senior Cadets' Drum and. Bugle Band, who considerably enlivened the proceedings, which commenced with the singing of the National Antheim. Cr W. H. McLorinan, J.P. (Pre sident of the Shire of Mulgrave), who presided; said he had been asked by a number of ladies to call the meeting, to which he gladly assented, as it gave an opportunity to all ::to render assistance to and show their sympathy with - their brethren across the seas. The Itritch envi hnd ,Twnt-' 'hnevn valor and pluck under the most tryi...
Springvale District Competition. Oakleigh E. v. Springvale [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
Springyale District Competition. Oakleigh E. v. Springvale This match was commenced on the Oakleigh E ground on Satur day last. Springvale took possession of the wickets first and scored 57; Rigg 26 and Carter 14 were their chief scorers. David son played havoc with the bats men, securing 8 wickets for 20 runs, which is a splendid perform ance. Davidson also scored 25 in first-class style, Hart 12 and Loach 11 batted well; Oakleigh scored 75. The match will be concluded to-day Scores: Springvale. Carter, b Davidson ... 14 Sinclair, b Davidson ... 0 Rigg, b Anderson .. 26 Harris, b Davidson ... 0 Williams, b Davidson .. 0 Myers, b Andrews .. 5 Dodge, b Davidson .. 1 Harris, blDavidson .. 0 Morris, not out .. O Baker, b Davidson 0 Stott, b Davidson .. 9 Sundries 2 Total 57 Oakleigh. Mitchell, b Harris .. 7 Cough, b Clarke 6 P. Hart, run out .. 12 Young, b Carter .. O Davidson, b Harris .. 25 Wearne, b Harris .. 0 Leach, b Carter .. 11 Reid, b Harris .. 0 Andrews, not out . 7 Clayton, ...
OAKLEIGH A. v. CLAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
OA1KLELGH A. V. CLAYTON. The season commenced last Saturday Inl good cricketing wea ther.. Mr Geo. McGill was again elected Captain of Oakleigh, and Mr D. Scott led the Clayton team. Oakleigh won the toss and started badly, losing S wickets for 45. However a fine innings by H. Tait, who made 64 runs in bril liant style, including 2 sixers and 8 fourers, brought the local total to 134. Tait picked the right balls to hit and his innings was a treat to watch. C. Gartside was the most successful bowler for Clayton, taking 5 wickets for 49 and also scoring 35 runs not out in good style. Scores: Oakleigh. K. Looker, c C. Gartside, b Field .. 5 Lee, b Gartside .. 17. Green, b Field .. . 7 McGill, b Gartside ... 1 WVcst, l.l.w., b Gartside 4 Cooper, run out .. 4 Alder, c C. Gartside, b Field 6 McCarron, l.b.w.. b Gartside 0 Tait, b Scott .. 64 Ince, b Gartside .. 5 Bindley, not out . ... 19 Sundries Total 134: Bowling-Field, 3 for 54; C. Gartside, 5 for 49; Scott, 1 for 19; J. Gartside, O f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
A Big Yariety of Crockery, Cutlery, AND Ironnongery, Meat Safes Garden Hose and Tools, Wire Netting, Plain & Barb Wire TMPER Hardwood, jarrah, Red Pine, Red Gum, helving, Baltic, Oregon, Mouldings, Palings All Builders RCequire ments, "eliable" Stoves Bath Heaters AGENT FOR: International Harvester Gompany and the new, already famous reliable, money 6A 3 9, saving and Alak worry saving - Fire Extinguisher Save hundreds of pounds by spending 15/ Everything hard can. be had at J. J. Webste &s Hardware Store and Timber Yard, Broadway, Oakleigh 'Phone 28 Windsor. Sunbearm Dairy Atherton Road, Oakleigh Fresh Milk 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 "iy QualityP I'II Succeed" (1 N. KITCLHEN desiren to inform the residents of Oakicigh and sur rounding districts that he has decided to retail his own milk, direct fromn the farm ...
Proposed New Post Office. THE CEMETERY SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
Proposed New Post Office. THE CEMETERY SITE. The question of erecting a new post-office on a site cofvenient to residents of central, south and west Oakleigh has been discussed during the past three years, but -o finality has been reached. It has been urged time and again upon the Borough Council, which has used its best endeavours to get a site reserved in the portion of the cemetery proposed to excised and have the remainder reserved for municipal and other public pur poses. There exists an admitted difficulty in converting land set aside for a burial ground to other purposes, as burial lots in the pro posed exised area are the property s of those whose relatives were in terred there, but the trustees and the council seemed unable to come to a satisfactory settlement. Matters are now, we trust, in a fair way of being adjusted in a manner to suit all parties. At the meeting of the Borongh Council on Tuesday evening, the following letter was received from the Cetne tery trustees: 3r...
The War. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
The War. A united municipal patriotic service will be held to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, commencing at 3-o'clock, in the Tennis Hall, Clayton. The Revs J. C. Atkin son (Church of England), E. H. Chapple (Presbyterian) and W. E. Secomrub (bMethodist) will take part. The first lecture of the Clarinda (Bald Hills) First Aid Class will be given in the Clarinda State-school on Friday evening, 16th October, and thereafter weekly on Tuesdays or Fridays. Ititending members kindly attend. .A .patriotic concert takes place on Wednesday evening nest, 14th inst., in the Duncon-street Hall, Murrumbeenas. Tickets ls. A splendid program by well-known artists has been prepared. A very successful concert was held in the Glen Waverley Hall on Wednesday evening, 30th Septenm ber, in aid of the- State School Pat riotic Fund. Mr W. Arnold (Chairman of the School Com mittee) presided. The hall was filled with an appreciative audience, and an excellent program was ren dered by local performers, the net re...
Clayton Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
CJayIOn iootbalD Club. A meeting of the Clayton Foot ball Club was held at the club's room on Monday evening last, The President (Mr F. Bunny) oc cupied the chair. There was a large attendance of members and much enthusiasm prevailed. The principal business set down for the evening was to receive re port and balance-sheet for season 1914, but the absence of the trea surer necessitated its suspension. The meeting having in mind the complimentary social tendered them by the ladies were unanimous in agreeing to show their apprecia tion of same by reciprocating. It was finally resolved to have the return ball (plain and fancy) on Monday, 26th October. The catering arrangements was left in the hands of a strong committee, and it was agreed upon to engage a band for the occasion. The footballers also decided to make a presentation to Mr Tom Hill on this evening.
Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 10 October 1914
Bowls. SThe Oakleigh District Bowling Club opened their green on Satur day last, 3rd inst., when there was a strong muster of players and a good afternoon's practice indulged in. The club extend a cordial in Vi-ation to ladies and gentlemen in the district to become metubers. The hon. secretary, Mr J. B. Merry; Atkinson street, will be only too pleased to receive names on behilfof the club. This afternoon the firt pennant muatch takes place, Oakleigh A f aying Auburn Heights at Auburn ac1 Oakleigh B playing Victoria Park on the Oakleigh green.