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Anniversary Celebration OAKLEIGH METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
Anmiversary Celebration y· -- -9 OAKLUIIGH METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. The anniversary of the above was held on Sunday last in the Mechanics' Hall and was .very successful. The Rev E. Swan 1 preached in the morning, Rev A. SP. Bladen in the afternoon and Rev W. E. Secomb in the evening; their ministrations were marked by sermons eminently suited to the Soccasion and were highly ap preciated. The school children, seated on a special gallery, sang selected hymns under the con ductorship of Mr WV. Phillips, and as usual this was a very pleasing feature of the day. The services were well attended, particu!arly in the evening, when the hall was crowded to the doors, members of other churches being well repri-e sented. On Monday evening a public meeting was held and a special program was rendered by the scholars. The hall was again filled with parents and friends. Proceedings opened with the singing of the National Anthem. The program, which consisted of songs and recitations interspersed wi...
Valedictory CONSTABLE WARD HONORED [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
(Held over from last week) Valedictory .---4. - CONSTABLE WARD HONORED A complimentary smoke night was tendered .on Ith inst. to Constable G. J. Ward by a number of his Brighton friends at the Oriental Coffee Palace. Brighton, on the occasion of his transfer to Oakleigh. Ex-Sergeant Robinson occupied ihe chair and there were thirty persons present. After the toast of Th Kintg had been honored, the chairman proposed the toast of Ocr Guest, and at the same time presented him with a purse o ef soveeigns as a token of esteemn from his comrades and well-wis'cr:;. Hc said that Con stable Ward ':vas worthy of any presenta~ti; :,at , might be made, for during his 20 years' service in the'district he had always carried out his duties fearlessly and honestly. He was leaving the district of his own free will, and he hoped he would enjoy himself in his new sphere Constable J. Lombard supported the toast, stating that he had been stationed for eight years with Constabl Waord in Brighton and coul...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
LOCAL & GENERAL. One of our best known and loved residents, Mrs A. A. Morrison. passed away yesterday We will publish an obituary of her next week. A united municipal patriotic service takes place next Sunday afternoon at 3 in the Tennis Hall, Clayton, the Revs Atkinson, Chap pie and Secomb taking part. There will be an efficient choir, and a collection taken up in aid of the Red Cross Fund. Our readers are reminded of the meeting of the friends and sup porters of Sir Frank Madden at the Mechanics' lodge-room next Wed nesday evening, 21st inst. A realising auction sale of villa residence, building allotments and timber takes place this atternoon at 3 at corner of Dandenocg and Chestnut streets, Murrumbeena. For particulars see posters. Boys' Galatea Suits, Llou:i's, Tunics, etc., in great variety, also a large stock of General Drapery, Millinery, Laces, Hosiery, Rib bons, Fancy Goods, Linoleums, and Boots and Shoes at prices to suit the times. Roddick's, Ather ton road, Oakl...
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, October 15 [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
Oakleigh Police Court. Thursday, October 15 Before Mlessrs McLorinan (chair man) and HIenry, J's.P. Thomas HIendrick and Arthu Adams were charged with assault ing Wnm. F. Faulk on Sunda3 last at Tally Ho. Mr Corr ap peared for complainant and MI Westley for defendants, whc pleaded not guilty. Williamu Ernest Faulk deposed: On Sunday night at 10.30 I-was it bed at my parents' home, Hew lett's road, Tally Ho. I heard voices saying, "Come out, you - Gert mans, or I wiil ki!I you ; I have come here to murder you, you ----- Germans." I put on my trousers and went out, and seeing two men asked "What's up?" They said "It's all right, Bill," and I started to talk to them and we walked up the road. Hen drick lit a match and said, "Don't you know me, I'm Hendrick." The other chap started to talk to me and said, "'Do you want to fight?" I said "No, I am peaceably inclined ; I was born in this country and am an Australian ; my dad is a German, but is natura lised." I turned to go in when I rece...
Oakleigh Borough Council [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
0ikleighl . Borough Council The monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday even ing, 6th inst., the Mayor (Cr An drew) in the chair and all the councillors being present. CORRESPONDENCE. From Cecil S. Oliver, thanks for medal. From Oakleigh Cricket Club re use of Police Paddock-Granted on motion of Crs Davey' and'West ley. From Jane Shield re damage to fences by horses and cows-Re ferred to Ranger. From A. R. Bunny re bridge Normanby street - Referred to WVorks Conlmittee for report. From Johnson and Tait re plan of subdivision --Cr Corr: The street levels should first be fixed to satisfy the council that the land can be efficiently drained - Cr Westley: We should encourage settlement, but are not experts, and I move that subject to the En gineer certifying that the levels shown on the plan' give proper drainage to the Council give its ap proval--Cr Corr: This is only on paper; we have had tons of trouble through the street levels not being fixed and no one knows where they ar...
Mulgrave Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
Muigrave Shire Council. The monthly meetinez of the above was he!d on Thursday even ing. Present - Crs McLoriunan (President), Coleman, Jordan, Stocks, Aurisch, Stewart, Forster, Wilson. An apoiogy was received from Cr Closter From Country Roads Board re amounts made available for expen diture by the council on mainten- I ance, viz.: Main Gippsland road, £ 1400; Ferntree Gully road, [300. From Mr WV. S. Keast, MI.L.A., re amended Thistle Act, which he would be only too pleased to sup port. I From the Abattoirs, dues for the ' past month, £61/5/2.-The Presi dent said the committee had re solved to erect an ice store, and 3 had an opportunity of doing a fair r local business From Shire of Chiltern re con ference on 22nd October of muni- i cipalities the revenue of which a from 1.- rate does not amount to d £1500 or ,300 respectively to dis- Y cuss the Local Government Bill. - The President was appointed dele- n gate. i -Frot the Shire of Newham and 11 Woodend, report re conference on ...
Garden Fete £24/6/3 RAISED FOR TRAVELLING KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
tarden Fete £24/6/3 RAISED) FOR TRAVELL[NG KITCHEN. A patriotic garden fete organised by thirteen young Australians was held at the Fire Station, Oakleigh, last Saturday afternoon. The nanmes of tile young people who promoted this patriotic effort were Lorna Griff, Leila Couper, Jennie Jones, Dulcie Laing, Edie Davey, Doris Powell, Elsic Foster, Vera Crawshaw, Alice Lister, Doris Harrison, Annie Fowler, Doreen Dunstone, an.d May Kennaugh. The weather was fine and there was a large attendance. The Mayor (Cr Andrew) gave a brief address to the children, expressing the pleasure he and the Mayoress had in being with them and the fine show they had made. The Mayoress then, in a few well chosen words, declared the fete open and wished the promoters every success. Lorna Griff pre sented the Mayoress with a silk Australian flag on behalf of the Young Australians, each of whom waved an Australian Flag, and the company sang God Save the King. Following were the stalls, pret tily set out oni t...
OAKLEIGH E. v SPRINGVALE [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
OAKLEIGH E.' v SPRINGVALE This match was concluded last Saturday, resulting in an easy win for Oakleigh by 8 wickets. In their second innings Springvale lost 3 wickets for 100: Harris 37 and Rigg 31 (not out) batted in good style. Oakleigh lost 2 for 87 in their 2nd innings; Davidson 41 (not out) and Young 35 (not out) wielded the nillow in splendid style. Scores Oakleigh 1st innings .. .. 75 . 2nd innings Mitchell, b Harris .. 0 Andrew, b Harris . . 1 Young, not out .. 35 . Davidson, not out- .. 41 - Sundries * 10 STotal, b for 87 \ : Springvale First Ifinings.-' .. 57 2nd Innings. -Carter,.b Young .. 19 D(dge, b Andrews . -10 Hari , c b Gough ..' 37 "Rigg, not out .. 31 iSihclair, not out .. 3 '-?'.Total, 3 for 110
Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
Bowls. Our players made a good com mencement on Saturday last by winning both games in the pen nants. The A rink played Auburn Heights at Auburn, and, after a most exciting finish, gained the verdict by two points, the final result being:- Oakleigh 93, Auburn Heights 91. The B rink met Victoria on the Oakleigh green, and a well con tested game ensued, the local players proving their superiority by being four up when the last end finished. Oakleigh SS, Vic toria 84. The green will be open for electric light play next Wednesday, the 21st inst., when we hope to see a strong muster of players and their friends present. Advantage will be taken that evening to make a presentation to Mr A. Parker, who was so long treasurer of the club but has now severed his con nection with us owing to having removed to Elsternwick. The return match (billiards) Mechanics v. Bowlers will take place shortly, when the bowlers hope to reverse the last decision. Pennant matches to-day are as follows:- Oakleigh...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
CRICKET Oakleigh v. St George's - This match will be commenced to-day at Central Park, East Malvern The followiung players are re quested to catch the 2.10 train front Oakleigh or be on the ground Iy 3 p.m.-McGill, Iindley, West, Tait, Incc, Grece, Looker, Alder, Pahner, In.all, Lee EImerency--y Cooper Oakleigh B v. Glen lHuntly This match will lJe comnencced at Oakleigh to-day The B team will be selected on the ground fromn the following - Wearne, Mason, Iiaines, Pollard, Insall, Webb, Stainton, Parr, Seamuark, Atkins, McCarroii, Ethell] .Oakleighl East v. Dandenong M[ethodists-''This match will he commenced at Dandenong this Sg".per ton
GLEN WAVERLEY v. SURREY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
GLEN WAVERLEY v. SURREY - HILLS. This.match was commenced on Saturday at Glen Waverley, when Surrey Hills (last year's premiers) suffered defeat at the hands of the local XI. .The match was-wit nessed by a large number of spec tators. Glen WVaverley made first useof the wicket and were dis missed-for 131 runs; H. Soden gave a fine exhibition of stylish batttng in compiling 54 runs. Surrey Hills commenced their in nings with disaster, losing 5 for 23 runs, but a plucky stand made bjy their champion bat, E. Leach, brought the total to 106 before the last man was dismissed. H. Soden and W. Med'oury bowled splen didly; both men bowled unchang ed throughout their innings. The scores: Glen Waverley. W. Herriott .. 1 Soden. ... .. 54 Hore .. .. 6 Jaie .. . . -8 Whei1wright .. 13 Chiveis-: .. .. 2 Pepperel, .. .. 3 D. Herriott . ... 11 Foster .. .. 3 Medbury, not-out .. 2 Muir ... ,. 9 " Sundries 14 - Total 131 Surrey-Hills A. Edgoose.. .. 4 Jennings .. .. 4, Gunner, run-out ... 2 E.: Leach...
Our Letter Box. LOCAL EMPLOYMENT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
Our Letter Box. LOCAL EMPLOYMENT. To the Editor. Sir,-I would like to ask. why the present contract works are not being carried out in Oakleigh as in other suburbs? The contractor has discharged local meni andl put on strangers. There are plenty of local men with drays to do the work. Surely it must have been an oversight of our worthy coun cillors to let their own ipeople walk about--some with familieis, who through high rents and cldear food are in poor circumstances- I am, etc., A LOVER OF FAIR PLAY. A highly successful patriotic con cert was held on Wednesday night at Murrumbeena. Our report is unavoidably held over till next .Week,
Clayton. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
Clayton. --4r--- The ordinary meeting of the Clayton and District Progress As sociation was held in the Tennis Hall on Wednesday, 7th inst., the President (Mr F. A. Bunny) in the chair. An apology was re ceived from Cr McLorlnan, owing to another meeting he had to attend at Oakleigh. The Railway Department were written to in regard to a slight alteration in the fence along the railway line near the recreation ground, and replied that they would attend to the matter in due course. A letter was received from Mr Keast, M.L.A., notifying that a certain firm were willing to ad vance the money necessary to complete the purchase of the recreation ground at 6 per cent. interest, provided guarantors were appointed. The following gen, tlemen announced that they would act as trustees:-Cr iMcLorinan, Messrs Duerdin, F. A. Bunny, O'Meara, R. Cooper and H. E. Russell. As a larger number was required, the secretary was in structed to interview other gen tlemen who had partly given their consent to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
Su* tor transmission Dy rost as a Business Notices. DPACK'9 Atherton Road, Oakleioh Atherton P. ' The Best H¶ouse for _- Value ancr Variety in all kinds of dcapery, Linos Boots ani Scoes. A Large Sto3k to choose from Call in to-day WP open till 10 p.m. Friday. CIose tt 1 o'clock Saturday Phone 150 Oakleigh. &- The Old Established "-' 'Grocery, Coffee, and Tea Stores, Opposite Railway Station Entrance. G2 eI D n Ie-Proprietor 0 S Freshly Roasted Cotfee Beans Ground to Order. 3 Dairy ProduceFresh Daily. -- Noted shop for Hais and Bacon. Sole Agent foi-Vacuum Oil Cov's. Perfection Stoves and Room Heaters. Established 1879. FOR A FAST2 S A 8 IT TR"= FCha5 R ON TAi LORp ~ .i~ *: ODBaC5te Kirk's Bazaar) ..--....- ,v._ * ___'-:_S_,_-_.'_Q_-_-____- -i F1oor) ,Fit, Style and Worknmanrsip traanteed Prices to Suit Everyone. Private ona Ah tr ran Road, Oakleig -. Address Io ,a n Roa SSuits to Suit Everyone. Open till 10 o'clock Friday Nights and 1 p.m. on Saturdays. GE. WX 1MeGILL - =--...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
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LAWN TENNIS. South Suburban Association. Mixed Section. Oakleigh v. Ewing. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 17 October 1914
LAWN TETNNIS. South Suburbanu Association. Mixed Section. Oakleigh v. Ewing. The above match was played on the local courts and resulted in an easy victory for the visitors. Miss Young and V. Ladd (O) lost to Miss Reckwick and Thomp - son 3---6, 5-6, and lost to Miss Farnsworth and Mills 2-6, 2-6 Miss McGregor and James (O) lost to Miss Reckwick and Thomp - son 2 -6, 1-6, and lost to Miss Farnsworth and Mills 2-6, 1--6 Ewing 48, games Oakleigh 20 games This afternoon the last match of section will be played on the local courts-Oakleigh v. Darling. Owing to new stock coming in for Xmas we are clearing out our old stock at cost price. There are a fine lot of remnants of linoleum going at cost price, also second hand furniture. Blinds are very cheap. No rise in prices. E. W. Walters, corner of Station street and Atherton road, Oakleigh. Goods delivered to any district in covered van.' 'Phone 167.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 October 1914
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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 October 1914
LOCAL & GEENERAL. On Tuesday evening next, 27th October, a social and dance in aid of the Baths Fund in the Mccha nics' Hall, Oakleigh. Good music and refreshments. Gents 1/6, la dies 6d. Residents are again re minded of the meeting to be held in the Mechanics' Hall on Thurs day evening to forward the project for the establishment of public baths. J. E. Uhlhorn, corner Atherton road and Chester street, has fitted up his hairdressing saloon with the latest antiseptic appliances, thus ensuring a thoroughly hygienic and clean hair cut and shave- Call and inspect the large assortment of dolls,*toys, etc. for Christmas pre Presbyterir -,rc.'-h ?".;:itaT Suuday)--The Rev i:H.-. Ch.pple .will preach at 11 and 7. An " In Memioriam" service in connection with the late Mrs Morrison will be conducted in the morning. The subject in the evening will be the "Religion of the Body." Morning anthem, "Across the Bar" (SampA son); evening,."While the Earth Remaineth" (Maunder). Special collect...
NOTTING HILL v. FITZROY JUNIOR F.C. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh and Caulfield Times Mulgrave and Ferntree Gully Guardian — 24 October 1914
NOTTING HILL v. FITZROY JUNIOR F.C.. This match was played on Satur day last at Notting Hill. 'The local club won the toss and sent their: opponents in to bat; they were all disposed of for 56. .The Notting Hilt4 innings was opened by G. Dixon and T. Hendrick. Dixon plo-yed a very attractive game for 65, not out; his score in cluded a 5 and 5 fours. Scores were as under: Fitzroy Footballers. Brendal. b Dixon ... 4 Quick, b Gunther .. 0 Wells, b Gunther .. 3 Kendall, not out ... 27 SDawtry, c Gunther, "b Hore 3 Gunther, c Hendrick, b Hore 2 Colenso, b Doolan ... 0 Lewitzka, std.'Dyer, b Hore 0 Whitmore, b Hore .- 0 Traccy, b) Hore .. 0 Wright, b Bailey .. 4 Sundries 13 : Total 56 Bowling--Bailey, 1 for 0; Hore, 4 for 10; Gunither, 2 for 11; Dixon, 1 for 7; Doolan; 2 for 15. Notting Hill. Dixon, not out .. 65 Hendrick, l.b.w, b Dawtry 10 Ginther, b Dawtry .. 1 Doolan, c Quick, b Kendall- 7 Hore, b Dawtry .. 11 Dyer, b Dawtry .. 15 Bailey, not out .. I Jeffries, c Rendall, b Dawtry 5 A...