On 8 June 1891, the members of the Sporting Club met at the pavilion of the Cricket Club and formally created the Singapore Golf Club and elected Mr. Justice Goldney as president. Entrance fee to the club was fixed at $2 and the subscription at $6 per annum.

 


 

The Cold Storage Company Ltd was established on 8 June 1903 and became the earliest supermarket in Singapore. It pioneered the processing and distribution of hygienic food supplies in Malaya. It opened its first retail operation on 24 March 1905 at Orchard road with frozen meats, poultry and dairy products delivered from Queensland, Australia to Singapore.

 


 

 

Odeon (奥迪安戏院) was Cathay Organisation's flagship cinema, 1,500-seat at 331 North Bridge Road, and its most successful box-office earner in Singapore. Designed by architectural firm Palmer and Turner, it was built in 1953 at the junction of North Bridge Road and Cashin Street, where Odeon Tower and K H Kea Building are now located. On 8 June 1953, Odeon was officially opened by Commissioner-General for Southeast Asia Malcolm MacDonald at the charity premier screening of The Snows of Kilimanjaro starring Greogry Peck, Susan Hayward and Ava Gardner. Odeon was sold to United Overseas Land in 1984, and the building was later demolished to make way for new developments.

 


 

Parkway Group Healthcare's corporate history states that Gleneagles Hospital had its beginnings as a 45-bed private nursing home known as Gleneagles Nursing Home which was later incorporated as a private company called Gleneagles Hospital Limited on 16 January 1958. The building which housed the hospital at Napier Road was originally a hotel called Gleneagles Hotel. Situated opposite the Singapore Botanical Gardens, the hotel had large open lounges, tastefully decorated rooms and suites, and offered excellent cuisine. After it was bought over by the hospital, the building's interiors were converted to suit a hospital's requirements. The new hospital opened to the public on 8 June 1959. Between 1979 and 1980, the building was expanded to become a 126-bed medical centre. In May 1987, Parkway Holdings bought Gleneagles Hospital for S$46 million.