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    Duncan McCALLUM and his wife Catherine FERGUSON, in charge of a family group.

    THE BRITISH KING left TOBERMORY, Isle of Mull Scotland on 28 October 1838, dropped anchor Port Jackson 28 February 1839,
    arrived Sydney Cove 1 March 1839, landed at Immigrant Buildings Bent Street Sydney 4 March 1839.



    Numbered amongst the Immigrants who arrived on the Government ship BRITISH KING, from Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Inner Hebrides, SCOTLAND, under the superintendance of Alexander Arbuckle, Esq., Landed on Monday, 4 March 1839, at the Immigrant Buildings, Bent Street, SYDNEY, New South Wales.

    J. DENHAM PINNOCK of Immigration Office advertised their arrival and requested persons wanting to engage their services to apply, without delay, to the Superintendent, at the Buildings.

    MARRIED COUPLES..
    TOTAL 40

    SINGLE MEN.
    TOTAL 66

    SINGLE WOMEN.
    TOTAL 50

    J. DENHAM PINNOCK.
    Immigration Office
    March 4, 1839.

    NOTE: British King left Glasgow 1 October 1838, sailed to Tobermory, stayed a month loading 326 Highland emigrants.

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  1. Ship News.
    The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842) Tuesday 29 January 1839 p 2 Article
    Abstract: We are indebted to the kindness of the officers of H. M. brig Pelorus for the following information. H. M. brig Pelorus arrived at the Bay of Islands 731 words
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
    SHIP NEWS.
    The ship BRITISH KING, with Scotch emigrants, was to leave Lochinvar, for this port (ie leave for Port of Sydney, Port Jackson), about the middle of October 1838. (This news received per the ship LADY MAC NAUGHTON)

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  2. Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.
    The Colonist (Sydney, NSW : 1835 - 1840) Saturday 2 March 1839 p 2 Article
    Abstract: MARCH 1. British King, ship, Paten, from Tobermorey. October 28, with 326 emigrants. Alexander Arbuckle Esq., Surgeon. 1. Sarah and Elizabeth, barque ... 57 words
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
    ARRIVALS.
    MARCH 1, 1839, British King, ship, Paten, from Tobermorey, October 28, with 326 emigrants. Alexander Arbuckle Esq.; Surgeon.

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  3. Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.
    The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842) Saturday 2 March 1839 p 2 Article
    Abstract: From Tobermory (Scotland), yesterday, whence [?]he sailed the 28th October, the barque British King, 637 tons, Captain W. Patten, with 326 Government ... 172 words
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  4. Advertising
    The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser (NSW : 1838 - 1841) Monday 4 March 1839 p 5 Advertising
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
    The Undermentioned Immigrants who arrived on the Government ship BRITISH KING, from Tobermory, under the superintendance of Alexander Arbuckle, Esq., were landed this day, Monday, 4 March 1839, at the Immigrant Buildings, Bent Street; and Persons desirous of engaging their services are requested to apply, without delay, to the Superintendent, at the Buildings.

    MARRIED COUPLES..
    Agricultural Labourers........ .25
    Blacksmiths ................ 3
    Cabinetmaker ............... 1
    Farm Overseer ............... 1
    Nailor and Cutler............ 1
    Ploughman.........:......... 1
    Shepherds ................... 6
    Surgeon ...................... 1
    Wheelwright ........ ........ 1
    TOTAL 40

    SINGLE MEN.
    Agriculturists............. 35
    Blacksmiths .. ............. 2
    Cabinetmaker ..............1
    Gardener ................... 1
    Joiner...................... 1
    Mason (Stone) .............. 1
    Shoemaker................... 1
    Shepherds ................... 22
    Stockman ....... ...... .. 1
    Tin Smith ................... 1
    TOTAL 66

    SINGLE WOMEN.
    Dairymaids ............... 3
    Farm Servants ............. 10
    House Servants ............. 34
    Nurse Maids .............. 3
    TOTAL 50

    J. DENHAM PINNOCK.
    Immigration Office
    March 4, 1839.

    There are also disengaged in the Buildings, exclusive of the above, a few females, who arrived in former ships.

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  5. FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER.
    The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser (NSW : 1838 - 1841) Monday 4 March 1839 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Hebe, brig, for freight or charter, Lamb & Co agents Louisa, brig, for sale, freight, or charter—Aspinall & Co, agents Caroline, brig, for freight or ... 1395 words
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
    The "BRITISH KING" sailed from Glasgow on the 1st October, and proceeded to a port called Tobermory, on the coast of Scotland, to take in Emigrants, she remained there one month, and shipped 326 Highland emigrants, sent out by Government.

    Seven deaths occurred on the pasage, a girl of 18, of consumption, and six infants.

    On the 18th February exchanged colors with the "North Briton" from Sydney to Batavia;

    25th February, passed a brig in Bass Straits, could not make her name out, bound from Launcestan to South Australia, (supposed to be the "Black Joke" or "Socrates".)

    When the "British King" left Glasgow, the "Welcome" was laid on with merchandise and passengers for South Australia and Launceston, to sail on lst November.

    NOTE: Tobermory is not "strictly speaking "on the coast of Scotland" ie it is not on the coastline of mainland Scotland. Corrected spelling of the port from Tubermori (Scotland) to Tobermory (Scotland). Tobermory is the port on the Isle of Mull, Inner Hebrides, off the coast of Scotland, nearest coastal port on the mainland is Oban.

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  6. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS
    The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842) Monday 4 March 1839 p 2 Article
    Abstract: From Tubermori (Scotland), on Friday last, having left the 28th October. the barque British King, 637 tons, Captain W. Paten, with 326 Government Emi ... 248 words
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
    ARRIVALS.
    From Tobermory (Scotland), on Friday last, ( Friday 1 March 1839)
    having left the 28th October, the barque BRITISH KING 637 tons. Captain W. Paten,
    with 326 Government Emigrants ;
    Surgeon Superintendent, Alexander Arbuckle, Esq.

    NOTE:
    Tobermory is the port on the Isle of Mull, Inner Hebrides, off the coast of Scotland, the nearest coastal port on the mainland is Oban.

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  7. Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS.
    The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser (NSW : 1838 - 1841) Monday 4 March 1839 p 4 Article
    Abstract: On Friday morning last, the ship British King, 687 tons. Captain Paton, from Glasgow 1st October, and Tobermory 28th October, with 326 Government Emi ... 234 words
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
    ARRIVALS.
    On Friday morning last, (Friday 1 March 1839), the ship British King,
    687 tons.
    Captain Paton,
    from Glasgow 1st October, and Tobermory 28th October,
    with 326 Government Emigrants and merchandise.
    Passenger, Mr. Arbuckle, Surgeon.
    Messrs. Gilchrist and Alexander, Agents.

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  8. SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON.
    The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser (NSW : 1838 - 1841) Friday 22 March 1839 p 2 Article
    Abstract: ABERCROMBIE, schooner, 143 tons Crew master Montefiore & Co., agents, at the Queen's Wharf loading for Port Phillip. ALEXANDER HENRY , barque, 300 to ... 894 words
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
    SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON
    Friday 22 March 1839, BRITISH KING, ship, 637 tons. Paten master, in Cove refitting.

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  9. SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON.
    The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser (NSW : 1838 - 1841) Friday 29 March 1839 p 2 Article
    Abstract: ABERCROMBIE, schooner, 143 tons, Crew master, Monteflores & Co. agents, at the Queen's Wharf, ready for sea ALEXANDER HENRY, barqu 300 tons, Evans 853 words
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
    Friday 29 March 1839
    SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON.
    BRITISH KING, ship, 637 tons, Paton master, Gilchrist Co agents, in Sydney Cove, refitting for Bombay

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  10. Nearly Finished Loading.
    The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser (NSW : 1838 - 1841) Friday 29 March 1839 p 2 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
    Friday 29 March 1839
    Nearly Finished Loading
    BRITISH KING, for Bombay, Gilchrist and Co agents.

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  11. SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON.
    The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser (NSW : 1838 - 1841) Friday 12 April 1839 p 3 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
    SITUATION OF SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON
    Friday 12 April 1839
    BRITISH KING, ship, 637 tons, Paten master, Gilchrist and Co agents, in stream ready for sea.

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  12. DEPARTURES.
    The Colonist (Sydney, NSW : 1835 - 1840) Wednesday 17 April 1839 p 2 Article
    Abstract: April 14. Bardaster, ship, Virtue, for Bombay, in ballast. 14. Junet Isat, ship, Scotland, for London, with colonial produce. 94 words
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    SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
    DEPARTURES
    14 April 1839. British King, ship,: Paton, for Bombay, in ballast.

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  14. LIST OF PERSONS
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Saturday 11 February 1865 p 6 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    COUNTY OF ARGYLE ELECTORAL ROLL
    EIRTH- John residence Tarlo
    McCALLUM -Archibald freehold Chatsbury
    McCALLUM- Donald freehold Tarlo
    McCALLUM - Donald residence Dick's Flats
    McCALLUM- John freehold Tarlo
    McCALLUM - Malcolm Wollondilly freehold Eden Forest



    LIST OF PERSONS QUALIFIED to Vote for the Election of Members of the Legislative Assembly, in the years 1865-6, for the Electorate of Argyle, for which I act as Collector. Dated at Goulburn this 28th day of January, 1865. W. SANDS, Collector.

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  15. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 9 December 1954 p 22 Family Notices
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  16. Sydney General Trade List. IMPORTS. VESSELS CLEARED FROM THE 2ND TO THE 9TH INSTANT, INCLUSIVE.
    The Colonist (Sydney, NSW : 1835 - 1840) Wednesday 13 March 1839 p 4 Article
    Abstract: MARCH 2. British King, barque, 637 tons, Paton master, from Tobermory, Gilchrist and Co., agents; 326 emigrants. 4. Bardaster, barque, 435 tons, Virt ... 239 words
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  17. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 20 February 1939 p 9 Family Notices
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  18. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 19 September 1917 p 8 Family Notices
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  19. POULTRY.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 8 April 1936 p 13 Article
    Abstract: Judges Leghorns (White and Brown); V. H. Brann N.S.W. Department of Agriculture Australorps and Langshans; C. Lawrence, Hawkesbury College Rhode Isla ... 4437 words
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  20. Approved Claims to Pre-emptive Leases.
    Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 17 February 1877 p 19 Article
    Abstract: IT is notifled that the claims of the undermentioned parties to leases of Crown land, adjoining their respective freeholds, have been approved pursua ... 1189 words
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  21. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 29 June 1942 p 10 Family Notices
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  22. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Friday 21 February 1908 p 6 Article
    Abstract: February 19.—(In Keppel Bay). Aramae, s.s., 2114 tons, Captain W. C. Thomson, from Cooktown via ports. Passengers— Mrs. G. Gay and infant; Misses A. ... 147 words
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    Jane MacCALLUM and her nephew Donald Stuart MacKENZIE
    20 February 1908.- "Allinga", S.S., 2500 tons.Captain .J. M. Snow,
    DEPARTURE from Rockhampton for Sydney via ports,
    Passengers-Mesdames A. Reubin and West ;
    Misses J. MacCallum, Plumb, Macdonald, W. Boldeman, H. Littler, and
    More;
    Messrs. D. S. Mackenzie, W. P. Foley, E. Taylor,
    and three in the steerage,
    Howard Smith Company, Limited.

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  23. Immigration THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE Appointed by Resolution of Council, of date 25th June, 1839, to consider the question of Immigration generally, with the views of ascertaini...
    The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser (NSW : 1838 - 1841) Monday 25 November 1839 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Your Committee being sensible that the necessity of a continued and extensive introduction of Free Labourers and Mechanics into this Colony, is unive ... 3201 words
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    REPORT OF IMMIGRATION COMMITTEE 1839
    Immigration
    THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE
    Appointed by Resolution of Council, of date 23th
    June, 1839, to consider the question of immi-
    gration generally, with the view of ascertaining
    the present and prospretive demnands of the
    Colonists for Labour ; and how the same may
    be most eftectually and economically met; with
    instructions to examine Evidence, and to Re-
    port.
    Your Committee being sensible that the neces-
    sity of a continued and extensive introduction of
    Free Labourers and Mechanics into this Colony,
    is universally felt and admitted, have not deemed
    it necessary to call any further evidence upon that
    point.
    That necessity must indeed be regarded as evi-
    dently established by the fact, that such of the Im-
    migrants by each successive arrival, during the
    last twelve months, as were capable of any useful
    description of labor, have experienced no difficulty
    in obtaining employment upon terms advantageous
    to themselves ; and this too during the preva-
    lence of such difficulties arising from the state of
    the seasons, as there is now every ground to hope
    will not be experienced during the succeeding
    year. It is beyond a doubt, that the wants of the
    Colony with regarI to labor have not yet been
    supplied to the required extent; and the great
    object of anxiety on the part of the Committee
    has been to ascertain that there may be provided
    a suffiiency of funds applicable to the purpose
    of introducing Immigrants in regular and abun-
    dant succession. In addition, theref'ore, to the
    consideration of the probable extent of such funds,
    your Committee have not failed to make inquiry
    into their application, during the past and present
    year, with a view of recommending the continu-
    ance of that system of Immigration, which, upon
    a fair comparison, should appear to be most econ-
    omical, and at the same time likely to be so con-
    ducted as to promise to secure the desired object.
    In connection with this, they have considered
    whether the present rates of Bounty were suffi-
    ciently high to afford due remuneration to those
    individuals who are, or may be engaged in the
    employment of freighting ships for the conveyance
    of Emigrants under the Bounty System. They
    have also taken pains to ascertain, that due atten-
    tion is paid on board of such ships, to the health,
    comfort, and welfare of the passengers; and they
    have introduced into this Report suggestions for
    some improvements which may yet be adopted
    with reference to these points.
    From an Official Return appended to this Re-
    port, it appears, that during the year 1838, there
    arrived in the Colony 7,580 individuals (exclusive
    of Convicts), of whom 1,480 were introduced in
    vessels chartered by Government, and 3,100 in
    ships under the Bounty system; of this latter
    class, however, 1.473 persons made the passage
    at their own expense, and the remaining 1,622
    alone made a claim for the Bounties. During the
    six months ending 30th June, 1839, the numbers
    by the Governm ent vessels have been 2,693. In
    Bounty Ships, and claiming the Bounties, 1,948;
    unassisted 1,358 ; niaking a total of 6,004 per-
    sons during the first half of the present year.
    From a sim ilar Return for the three months end-
    ing 30th September, 1939, it appears, that under
    the Goverminent system, 1,311 have arrived; by
    private vessel 690 claiming Bounty ; 813 at their
    own expense.
    The following is a recapitulation of those re-
    sults:-By Government Ships-Arrived in 1838,
    4480; from 1st January to 30th June, 1839 ,
    2698; from 1st July, to 30th September, 1839,
    1311. By Bounty-Arrived in 1838, 1622; from
    1st January, to 30th June. 1839, 1948 ; from
    lst July, to 30th September, 1839, 696. Unas-
    sisted-Arrived in 1839, 1478 ; from 1st Jan., to
    30th June, 1839, 1358; from lst July, to 30th
    September, 1839, 813.-—Total, 16,404; and the
    conclusions to be deduced from those data cannot
    but be regarded as highly satisfactory; since it is
    undeniably established, that a constant and in-
    creasing stream of Immigration now sets towards
    the shores of this Colony; and that by the exer-
    cise of a sound judgment in maintaining a strict
    economy, yet, at the same time, offering terms
    sufficiently liberal to satisfy any fair calculations
    of profit, the arrival of Immigrants may be con-
    fidently relied on to such an extent, as the wants
    of the Colony require, and composed of those
    classes, whose introdiiction will most certainly
    contribute to its welfare and improvement.
    The succeeding Abstract affords proof, that the
    rate of wages in the Colony, since the commence-
    ment of the year 1838, has fluctuated very little.
    In some few instances a slight increase of the
    previous rate is shown; in others a reduction
    equally trivial in amount; but upon the average,
    the opinion of the Immigration Agent appears
    to be correct, that no reduction has occurred.
    The Returns exhibiting the actual rate of wages
    are confined to Immigrants introduced in
    vessels chartered by Goverment ; a Record
    being kept of the agreements between them and
    their employers. In the case of Immigrants
    arriving under the Bounty System, there are
    either no such Records kept, or they are not
    attainable by the Committee. But as the Immi-
    grants under either System are entering into en-
    gagements simultaneously, employers being in the
    habit of treating with either class indiscriminately
    as their need of servants may induce them, the
    whole proceeding being also one of public noto-
    riety and competition, and no intimation having
    reached your Conmnittee that the rate of wages
    demanded and obtained by Immigrants under the
    Bounty System are in any degree lower than those
    which are shown to be obtained by such as arrive
    in the Governnent vessels, they are of opinion
    that the Returns relating to the latter, must he
    taken as exhibiting a fair average of the wages
    obtained by either class.
    The equalization of the proportion between the
    sexes which the Transportation System had so
    grievously disturbed, is likewise a consideration
    towards which much attention has been attracted
    on the part of the Committee ; its influence upon
    the morals and prosperity of the Country scarcely
    admitting of exaggeration or requiring descrip-
    tion.
    The Returns in the Appendix extend from 1
    January, 1838, to 20th September, 1839, and by
    them it is shown, that the number of adults by the
    Government vessels has been-2483 men; 2347
    women; 1933 boys; 1726 girls. By the ships
    on the Bounty System have arrived-3574 men;
    2341 women; 1068 boys; 932 girls. These
    respective numbers furnish satisfactory assurance,
    that the equality which it is so desirable to pre-
    serve, has been adhered to with an accuracy little
    less perfect than the laws of nature either observe
    or require.*
    The considerstion that there have been free
    Systems in operation for the introduction of Immi-
    grants, the one by means of Agency conducted
    under the direction of Govearnment, the other
    kept in activity by private enterprise under the
    inducements held out by the offer of the Bounties,
    has led your Committee to institute an accurate
    coniparison between these two Systems upon the
    points of general efficiency, arrangement, and
    expense.
    Wih reference to the first feature, that of posi-
    tive efficiency, the Committee has arrived at the
    conclusion, that each of the Systems has had the
    effect of introducing great numbers of useful and
    industrious individuals of both sexes into the
    Country, whereby its moral, physical, and polit-.
    cal condition has been already much improved,
    ans the groundwork has been laid for a future
    much more extended melioration..
    *We imagine there is a numeral error in the
    report, where it states, (as be we have copied)
    3574 men as being imported in the Bounty Ships,
    and only 2341 women. We suppose it should
    either be 3341 women, or only 2574 men. Bec-
    cause, if the Report be correct as it stands, the'
    Bounty peophe have imported above 1,233 more
    women than men; which is an excess of men at
    the rate of about 50 per cent. And which if it
    be the fact, renders the observation of Committee
    which follows, an absurd alligasion.. Ed. Syd.
    Mon.
    It is, however, not so much upon the actual, as
    upon the comparative, recommendations of these
    two Systems, that your Committee has been led
    to dwell, from a conviction, that preference should
    be given to that one which shall be found to con-
    fer an equal amount of advantage on the Colony,
    at the lowest rate of expense.
    According to a very detailed account furnished
    by the Auditor-General of the Colony, founded
    either upon positive vouchers, or upon Estimates
    apparently very nearly approaching to accuracy,
    the cost of thirty-three ships freighted by Govern-
    ment for conveyance of migrants, and arriving
    here between the lst July, 1837, and the 30th
    June, 1839, has amounted to £168,775 16s. 7¼d.
    The number of persons who were brought by
    those vessels has been (men, women, and children
    together) 8721, as appears by the same account.
    The average cost of their introduction has, there-
    fore, been upwards of £ 19 7s. per head.
    From 1st January, 1838, to 30th September,
    1839, the numbers introduced into the Colony
    under a claim for the Bounty, have been (male
    ard female, adults and children) 4,266. The
    Bounties paid on their account have amounted to
    £62,218, to which is to be added £852 19s. 9d.
    as the proportionite part of the expense of the
    Immigration Department in Sydney, and of the
    Quarantine Buildings, and £2,515 16s. 9d. charges
    incurred on account of three Bounty Ships placed
    in Quarantine ; making the total cost of intro-
    ducing to the Colony the above 4,266 individuals,
    £65,586, or at the rate of upwards of £15 6s.
    for each.
    The main superiority which might be supposed
    on the part of the Government system to com-
    pensate and account for the so much higher charge
    which is shewn to be incurred by it, would be its
    being proved to introduce a much smaller propor-
    tion of children, compared with the total number.
    This ground of preference, however, does not ap-
    pear to exist, since the entire number of children
    introduced in the Government ships during the
    periods assumed for comparison, is shewn to have
    been 3,015, or 41 percent.; and under the Bounty
    System, 1,220 children, or 30 per cent.
    Your Committee, therefore, can form no other
    conclusion, than that the Immigrants introduced
    under the Government system at an expense of
    £168,775 (as above shewn) might have been con-
    veyed hither under the system of Bounties,
    at a cost of no more than 112,955, or with an
    actual saving of £55,820 to the Colony.
    It appeared therefore necessary to inquire,
    whether the d'escription of Immigrants furnished
    by the Government system, was so superior to the
    corresponding clas's under the Bounty systetn, as
    to constitute an advantage deserving to be placed
    in the scale against the marked excess in the cost
    of their introduction. But without designing to
    detract front the character of usefulness and eligi-
    bility in many of the Immigrants introduced in
    Government ships, the Committee cannot conceal
    the fact, that there is evidence of a great propor-
    tion of this class being of a contrary description,
    and upon the point of qualification, there can be
    no doubt that the balance is decidedly in favor
    of those under the Bounty System. The most
    obvious cause of such superiority in the latter
    class is to be found, in that regulation which pro-
    hibits the payment of any portion of the Bounty
    on account of any Imnmigrant until he or she shall
    have undergone an inspection before a Colonial
    Board, to the satisfaction of which it must be
    made to appear, that the party, in point of age
    and general qualifications, accords with the condi-
    tions appointed by the Goverment here. In the
    case of all parties not answering to that standard,
    the Bounty is withheld, and the expense of their
    passage falls therefore as a loss upon the affreighter
    of the vessel. It is too clear to need any proof,
    that no possible regulation could surpass this in
    in tending to make persons entering into engage-
    ments to bring out lmmigrants on the Bounty
    Sydney, extremely cautious in admitting none
    excepting such as duly correspond with the the
    description laid dawn in the Government Regula-
    tions. It is shewn, that not above one in a hun-
    dred is rejected on inspection; from which it
    must be evident, that the persons by whom the
    selection is made, must be acting with the utmost
    carefulness, under a sense of the pecuniary re-
    sponsibility they would incur by any relaxation of
    vigilance as to the description of persons sent by
    them to the Colony. It does not appear to your
    Committee, that the agency of a Board in the
    service of Government can ever be expected to
    exercise so scrupulous a care ; however earnest
    and faithful the Members of such a Board may,
    in reality, be, there must still be wanting among
    them, that stimulus to keenness of observation,
    which must necessarily be excited, when the
    party making the selectiont is under the constant
    recollection that his own pecuniary interests will
    be injured if he admit ineligible objects.
    Independently of the superiority which thus
    attends the Bounty System from the operation of
    a natural principle, your Committee conceive it
    an act of duty on their part, to report that there
    have been, as appears to them, some instances of
    a want of due vigilance, or of a due attention to
    the regulations, in the selection of Emigrants on
    the part ofthe Agent-General's Department. A
    printed paper, of which a copy is inserted, has
    been laid before the Committee, and stated to
    have been issued in England, under the authority
    of the Agent-General for Emigration, extending
    the offer 0f a free passage to married men, not ex-
    ceeding fifty years of age. The Committee have
    no proof except in the evidence before them, that
    this proposal was made under the sanction of the
    Emigration Department, but from whatsoever
    quarter it may have proceeded, they cannot with-
    hold their opinion that it involves a highly im-
    proper departure from the regulation fixing the
    limit of age at forty years; a rule which in the
    case of applicants under the Bounty System, has
    been most rigorously adhered to. That regulation
    appears to be a very just and salutary one, as it tends
    to secure the Colony against the expenditure of its
    funds in giving passages to persons, who either
    are, or are likely soon to be, past their labor.
    Neither can it be considered advisable to resort to
    the Poor Law Unions in search of parties to whom
    a free passage shall be granted. 'The Unions
    most have, too obviously, a disposition to rid
    themselves of the most burdensome and trouble-
    some individuals or families; and there is danger
    lest the choice of subjects for immigration at the cost
    of the Colony should gome to be decided rather by
    consideration for local interests in England, than
    for those of the Australian Community. That
    such a tendency does exist, and has to a certain ex-
    tent prevailed, is clear from the accounts received
    by your Committee of the description of a large
    portion (even so great as 0ne third) of the Immi-
    grants from Ireland ; in whose case, either from
    the want of a sufficient care in the selection, or
    from other causes not obvious to your Committee,
    there exists a disinclination on the part of the
    public to employ them so readily as others, in so
    much that it frequtently has become necessary to
    discharge them from the Immigration Barrack,
    without having obtained an engagement. Being
    thus without resource, they become a burden to
    themselves and to the Colony.
    Had such eases occurred under the other sys-
    tem, the remedy would have been in the
    hands of Government, and easily applied by with-
    hol ding the Bounty. Such abuses indeed could
    scarcely have occurred under the Bounty System,
    as no person acting under it could have been so
    rash as to incur the expense of granting a passage
    to parties on account of whom he could entertain
    no expectation that it ever would be repaid. In
    this point of view the Bounty System is incon-
    testably preferable to Government Agency, under
    which there will not only be somewhat more of
    laxity in the selection of parties, but should they
    die on the passage, or however inefficient or un-
    suitable they may be their arrival prove to be,
    the expense of their transmission has been incur-
    red previously to their leaving the Shores of Eng-
    land, and cannot in any event be recovered.
    Under the other System, it is obvious, that upon
    the supposition of deaths occurring, or of incom-
    petency being proved, the whole amount of Bounty
    is saved to the Colony.
    A farther consideration relates to the compara-
    tive state of health maintained on board the two
    Classes of Emigrant Ships.-Your Coummittee
    have inserted a Return of Deaths on board 33
    Vessels chartered by Her Majesty's Government,
    and arriving in this Port with Immigrants between
    20th January and 27th November,l838. It
    hence appears that the number of Adults em-
    barked in Ships which arrived previously to the
    31st December, 1838, was 2,447, among whom
    62 Deaths occurred, or 1 in 39; 29-62; Children
    embarked, 2,286, of whom 284 died, or i in
    8. 14-284. It is also shown that of 2,491Adults
    embarked on board the Government Vessels which
    arrived betweenthe 1st January and 30th Sep-
    tember, 1839, 26have died, or 1 in 95, 21-26
    The number of Children was 1,630, and the
    Deaths among them 94, or 1 in 17, 32.94. This
    average is still diminishing, as in the five Ships
    most recently arrived, on the Government account
    on board of which 497 Children embarked, 25
    have died, or very little beyond 1 in 20. The
    'Hero', one of those five Ships, conveyed 73
    Children, without the occurrence of a single
    Death.
    The corresponding details relating to Ships on
    the Bounty System, shew that in Vessels arriving
    between the 1st January, 1838, and 30th Sep-
    tember, 1839, there were embarked 3,001 Adults,
    of whom 36 died, or 1 in 83, 13-36. -Children em-
    darked were 1,449, among whom occurred 148
    Deaths, or one in 9, 117-148.
    The average of Deaths on board Government
    Vessels has been 1 in 56, 10-88 Adults, and 1 in
    10, 136-378 Children. The general average of
    Motality therefore has been 124 Adults in 7,939;
    and 526 Children in 5,365, i. e.; 1 in 61 adults
    1 in 11 Children, or 1 in every 20 souls, very
    nearly.
    Previously to quitting the consideration of the
    comparative merits of the two systems upon which
    the conveyance of Immigrants is now conducted,
    it is necessary to refer to one class, peculiar to
    the Bounty System, that is, consisting of persons
    arriving on board those ships at their own cost
    and charge. During the year 1838, there were
    1,478 persons of that description; and during
    the first nine months of the present year, theirFix this text
    numbers have increased to 2,171.

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  24. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MEETINGS TO BE HELD.
    The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893) Tuesday 10 November 1885 p 2 Article
    Abstract: At Narrabri, on Monday, December 7, at eleven: George Henry Humphries, first and only; James Miller, first and only. At Sydney, on Friday, November 2 ... 351 words
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    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 3 April 1909 p 12 Family Notices
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    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 23 May 1903 p 10 Family Notices
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    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 27 May 1912 p 8 Family Notices
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  29. Web page: Elizabeth McCALLUM and Myra HARVEY June 1919 awaiting relative returnng from WW1 ANZAC Canteen in Hyde Park, Sydney NSW
    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/H11576/
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    http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/H11576/
    Image copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
    ID number: H11576
    Photographer: Sydney Mail
    Object type: Black & white - Print silver gelatin
    Place made: Australia: New South Wales, Sydney
    Date made: June 1919
    Collection: Photograph
    Description
    A group of women in a crowd are a study in expressions at the Anzac Buffet in Hyde Park where relations waited to welcome home their loved ones, including some wounded, as the cars (not seen) drew up and deposited their loads of Returned Soldiers. The woman holding the Box Brownie camera is Miss Myra Harvey and beside her, the older woman with glasses, is Mrs Elizabeth McCallum.
    ( TBC: Elizabeth McCallum is Myra Harvey’s maternal grandmother.)

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  30. Advertising
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 16 May 1885 p 5 Advertising
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    THURSDAY, 21st MAY,
    At 2 o'clock.
    Valuable C. P. Farm of 170 acres AT TARLO, known as "Ironbark," selected by the late Donald McCALLUM.
    SANDS & BELCHER have received instructions to sell by auction,
    A VERY Valuable Farm of 170 Acres, near Mrs. Cunningham's at TARLO. Well Watered, Three CuItivation Paddocks (securely enclosed), Comfortable Cottage and Detached Kitchen, Stable and Out houses, surrounded by extensive area of Government land.
    TERMS: One-third cash; balance 6 and 12 months, bearing interest at 7 per cent.

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  31. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 24 February 1917 p 12 Family Notices
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    McCALLUM (nee Annie Burrett). -
    26 January 1917, at Rothesay, Carlton,
    the wife of N. W. McCallum, of Casino
    - a son.

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  32. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 18 August 1909 p 16 Family Notices
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    TELFORD.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. PETER FORBES are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late dearly loved MOTHER, Mrs.
    Christina Telford; to leave Hollylea, Fowler-street, Camperdown, THIS AFTERNOON, at 1.15, for Necropolis, via Mortuary station.
    COFFILL and COMPANY.
    Sydney, Leichhardt, Burwood, etc.
    TELFORD.—The Friends of Mrs. ESSIE BRIERTY
    and ALMA and SOPHIA McCALLUM are kindly
    invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved GRANDMOTHER, Christina Telford (late of Peak Hill); to move from Holly Lea, Fowley-street, Camperdown, THIS DAY, at 1.15, for Mortuary Station.

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  33. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 31 December 1900 p 1 Family Notices
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    SMITH. -
    29 December 1900, at her residence 22 John-street, Stanmore, Agatha, the dearly loved wife of Robert D. Smith, and fourth daughter of John McCallum, of Forest Lodge, near Goulburn.

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  34. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 16 March 1895 p 1 Family Notices
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    SMITH - McCALLUM.
    - January 31, 1895, at St. Andrew's Church, Goulburn, by the Rev. A. M. Tait, George Crichton, youngest son of the late James Smith, of Sydney, to Isabella C. (Cis), youngest daughter of John McCallum, of The Forest, near Goulburn.

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  35. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 3 May 1882 p 1 Family Notices
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    SMITH-McCALLUM.
    —April 12, at the Presbyterian Church, Tarlo, by the Rev. A. M. Tait, of Goulburn,
    Robert Dunsmore SMITH, fourth surviving son of the late James Smith, of Pyrmont, Sydney,
    to Agatha McCALLUM, fourth daughter of John McCallum, of Tarlo near Goulburn.

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  36. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 20 June 1878 p 8 Family Notices
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    BATCHEN - McCALLUM -
    24 May 1878, Pyrmont,
    David Hector BATCHEN,
    to Catherine Ferguson McCALLUM.

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  37. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 7 August 1926 p 14 Family Notices
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    RIXON - McCALLUM.
    - 22 June 1926 at St. James' Church,by the Rev. J. T. S. Russel,
    Mary McCALLUM, only daughter of the late John McCallum and Mrs. McCallum of Crookwell,
    to Henry Malcolm Rixon, Bank of N. S. W.

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  38. TARALGA A., P., AND H. SOCIETY. ANNUAL SHOW.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 28 March 1908 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Office-bearers.—Patrons, Mr. F. A. MacArthur-Onslow and Hon. W. McCourt, M.L.A.; president, Mr. C. Ross, J.P.; vice-presidents. Messrs. T. M. Barry, ... 1219 words
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    Mr S. W. McCALLUM gained blue in pony class which had11 entrants.
    Thursday 26 and Friday 27 March 1908 30th annual show held by TARALGA A.P. and H. Society. TARALGA NSW ( near Goullburn)

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  39. ON COUNT OUT Gegg Wins Shoot
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Monday 10 August 1931 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    7th Light Horse shoot for the Regimental trophy Goulburn NSW
    Mr S W McCALLUM afternoon Saturday 8 August 1931
    The Goulburn Railway Ambulance Rifle Club's monthly shoot

    ON COUNT OUT
    Gegg Wins Shoot
    The Goulburn Railway Ambulance Rifle Club's monthly shoot
    on Saturday afternoon resulted in a win for T.Gegg, who claimed
    the match on a count out from F. Nobes.
    The match was fired fom the 700 yards range, weather condtions being very tricky.
    Scores: -
    T : Gegg, 431 ,(5) 48;
    F. Nobes, 43 (5) 48;
    W. Crammond, 38 (10) 48;
    G. Milne, 37 (10) 47;
    G. Wass, 38 (9) 47;
    C. Morris, 42 (4) 46;
    K; Thompson 42 (4) 46;
    C.Hasler, 33 (13) 46;
    L. Kin, 40 (5) 45;
    C. Henderson, 36 (9) 45;
    B. Shields, 39, (5) 44;
    T. Clegg, 27 (12) 39;
    W. Larcombe, 33 (4) 37;
    J. Painter, 32 (4) '36;
    H. Ross, 21 (8) 29.

    On Saturday, next; the G.R.A. Club will shoot off the N.R.A. medal from 500 and 600 yards.
    Following are the scores in connection with the 7th Light Horse shoot for the Regimental trophy (8 shots at 300 and 500 yds.):-
    T. Mullins, hdcp. (4), (300 yds.) 36, (500 yds.) 33, (total) 69; W. O. Moriarty, (5) 34 35 69;
    G. Adams, (5) 34 32 66;
    S. L. Snow, (8) 30 36 66;
    P. J. Kemm, (2) 34 29 63;
    A. F. Murphy; (4) 32 30 62;
    C. S. Russell, (4) 32 28 60;
    S. Bible, (5) 29 27 56;

    S. W. McCallum, (3) 31 23 54;

    C. Bates, (5) 29 22 51;
    M. Croker, (2) 31 20 51;
    F. Cooper, (8) 20 — —;
    O. H. J. Stephens (6) 24 — —;
    C. Bateup, (8) 25 — —;
    D. McFadzean, (10) 31.

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  40. Good Progress By St. John's Women Credit Of £1278 Remains
    Goulburn Evening Post (NSW : 1940 - 1954) Tuesday 19 June 1951 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Very satisfactory reports were submitted by the secretary and treasurer of St. John of God Hospital Auxiliary, at the annual meeting on sunday aftern ... 485 words
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    Goulburn NSW
    Mrs S W McCALLUM President of St John of God Hospital Auxiliary

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  41. Hospital Auxiliary
    Goulburn Evening Post (NSW : 1940 - 1954) Wednesday 20 August 1952 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Main topics of discussion at the monthly meeting of St. John of God Hospital Auxiliary held at the 234 words
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    Goulburn NSW
    Mrs S W McCALLUM President of St John of God Hospital Auxiliary

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  42. Obituary. JOHN McCALLUM, J.P., ÆTAT 81,
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Wednesday 11 June 1902 p 2 Article
    Abstract: DIED at his residence, Forest Lodge, near Goulburn, at two o'clock this morning, the cause of death being general break-up of the system. He had been ... 386 words
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    DEATH 11 June 1902 John McCALLUM at Forest Lodge, Goulburn NSW
    JOHN McCALLUM, J.P., ÆTAT 81,
    DIED at his residence, Forest Lodge, near Goulburn, at two o'clock this morning, (11 June 1902) the cause of death being general break-up of the system. He had been a particularly healthy man, and until quite recently he had never consulted a doctor. Some few years ago he had an attack of influenza, from which he never properly recovered, and about twelve months since he showed signs of failing. Three or four months back he was attacked with rheumatism and weakness of the heart, and he gradually became worse, until death took place.
    Mr. McCallum was born in the island of Mull, off the west coast of Scotland in the year 1820. When ten years of age he went to Inverary, Scotland, where he lived for a number of years. Subsequently he went to Glasgow, and shortly afterwards, with his parents he sailed in the British King for Australia. This vessel was then the largest ship coming to Sydney, the late captain Patten being in command. Two old residents of the district were shipmates, namely, the late Mr. Ranald McDonald of Grant's Flat and Mrs. Martin of Chatsbury. Mr. McCallum resided in Sydney some eight or nine years, when he removed with his parents to Cotta Walla, and comenced his colonial experience. Three years later he removed to Tarlo, where he carried on farming and grazing pursuits, and some seventeen years ago he went to Forest Lodge, where he resided up to the time of his death. He was married by the late Rev. George Macarthur in St. James' church, Sydney in 1848, to Miss Jane Harvey, a native of Beith, Scotland, who survives him. They had twelve children - seven daughters and five sons. One of the former is dead, and all are married except two sons, one of whom is in West Australia.
    And so has passed away another of those grand old colonists to whose enterprise and industry this state owes so much. An affectionate husband, an indulgent father, a wise councillor, of a most cheerful and hospitable nature, and an attached member of the Presbyterian Church, there were few men in the district so estimable as the late John McCallum.
    The funeral will leave Forest Lodge at 10.30 to-morrow, arriving at the Presbyterian cemetery, Goulburn, at 2 p.m.

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  43. OBITUARY MRS. WILLIAM McCALLUM
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 2 December 1930 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The death occurred at her residence, at the corner of Bourke and Church Streets, yesterday, of Mrs. William McCallum at the age of 71 134 words
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    OBITUARY
    MRS. WILLIAM McCALLUM
    The death occurred at her residence, at the corner of Bourke and Church Streets, yesterday, of Mrs. William McCallum at the age of 71 years.
    Mrs. McCallum was well known in Goulburn and her death comes with sincere regret to a large circle of friends. She was the wife, of Mr. William McCallum, eldest son of the late John McCallum, of Forest Lodge,Middle Arm.

    She is survived by:
    her husband,
    three daughters,
    Miss E. McCallum, and Mrs. G. P. Buchanan, of Goulburn,
    and Mrs. Comins (Sydney)
    and one son, Mr. Harvie McCallum.
    Mr. James McCallum, of Goulburn, is a brother-in-law
    and Mr. Stewart McCallum, also of Goulburn, is a nephew.
    The funeral will leave her late residence for the Presbyterian Cemetery at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.

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  44. Wedding.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 2 February 1895 p 4 Article
    Abstract: A VERY pretty wedding was celebrated on Thursday day morning in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Sloane-street, the officiating clergyman being the ... 107 words
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    Wedding.
    A VERY pretty wedding was celebrated on Thursday morning (31 January 1895) in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Sloane-street, the officiating clergyman being the Rev. A. M. Tait.
    The contracting parties were Mr.George Creighton Smith, solicitor,Sydney, and Miss C. I. McCallum, youngest daughter of Mr. John McCallum of Forest Lodge, near Goulburn.
    The bride was elegantly attired in a rich ivory white silk costume, with train and veil.
    The bridesmaid was Miss McCallum, sister of the bride, and both carried
    beautiful bouquets.
    Mr. J. K Bunton of Sydney acted as best man.
    The church was tastefully decorated,
    and Mr. P. Hollis, the church organist, played the Wedding March.

    CORRECTION: The groom was George CRICHTON SMITH
    The bride C I McCALLUM known to the family as Isabella

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  45. Death of Mr. John McCallum.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 12 June 1902 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Mr. John McCallum, J.P., pastoralist, of" Forest Lodge," died at his residence yesterday at the age of 82 years. He was a particularly healthy man, a ... 145 words
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    Death of Mr. John McCallum.
    Mr. John McCallum, J.P., pastoralist, of "Forest Lodge," died at his residence yesterday at the age of 82 years. He was a particularly healthy man, and it was only three or four months ago that he became seriously ill. The cause of death was rheumatism and weakness of the heart. Mr. McCallum was one of the pioneers of this part of the State. He came to the colony in 1838 with his parents, and lived for a time at Cotta Walla, near Crookwell. He afterwards lived at Tarlo, and subsequently acquired his property at Forest Lodge. He was a man of sterling qualities, and held in the highest esteem. He leaves a wife and a large grown-up family of five sons and six daughters, several of whom are settled in the district and have a very extensive circle of relatives and friends.

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  46. OBITUARY MR. W. H. McCALLUM
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 7 February 1933 p 3 Article
    Abstract: To death occurred this morning at seven o'clock of Mr. William Harvey. McCallum, at the age of 81. Mr. McCallum, who lived in Montague 307 words
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    OBITUARY
    MR. W. H. McCALLUM
    The death occurred this morning at seven o'clock (7 February 1933) of Mr. William Harvey MCallum, at the age of 81. Mr. McCallum, who lived in Montague Court, had never been ill in his life, but was compelled to go to bed on Sunday afternoon.
    Mr. McCallum was a son of the late Mr. and. Mrs. John McCallum, who were among the first settlers in the Tarlo district.
    Mr. John McCallum had come out from England in 1838, and was not long before he and Mrs. McCallum settled at Tarlo, where they lived most of their days, there and The Forest.
    Like his father Mr. William McCallum was associated with the land all his life and lived for many years at Rhyanna. He retired to Goulburn seven years ago.
    As the McCallum brothers, he and Mr. James McCallum were well-known breeders of sheep and for many years were successful exhibitors of crossbred and Romney Marshes. The late. Mr. McCallum was also interested in horses, and one of his was about the best flag-racer known
    in the district, always winning when she was in the field.
    Mr. McCallum was a director of the Argyle Dairy Company when that institution was flourishing, in Goulburn.
    Mrs. McCallum predeceased him two years ago.
    One son and three daughters survive.
    The son is Mr. Harvey McCallum,
    and the daughters are:
    Miss Ethel McCallum,
    Mrs. Buchanan and
    Mrs. F. Comins.

    There are three brothers:
    Mr. J. McCallum, of Goulburn,
    Mr. Duncan McCallum, of Coolgardie, and
    Mr. Sid McCallum, of Leeton;

    and five sisters:
    Mrs. W. Moore of Boggabri,
    Mrs. G. C. Smith, of Wahroonga,
    Mrs.W. Stewart, of Marrickville, and
    Mrs.D. Batchen, of Marrickville, and
    Mrs. McInnes, of Ashfield.

    The funeral will leave Dr. Buchanan's residence at 10.30 to-morrow morninig for the Presbyterian portion of the cemetery.

    CORRECTION:
    Mr. John McCallum had NOT come out from ENGLAND in 1838,
    rather he had come out from SCOTLAND. He had come to the colony of New South Wales in the barque BRITISH KING, embarking at TOBERMOREY, ISLE OF MULL in SCOTLAND, with his parents and siblings.

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  47. Land Office Business.
    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Saturday 29 August 1885 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The following applications for conditional pur-, chases and conditional leases were made on Thursday last at Goulburn:—Conditional purchases: John To ... 187 words
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    Land Office Business.
    The following applications for conditional purchases and conditional leases were made on Thursday last (27 August 1885) at Goulburn:

    — Conditional purchases :
    John Toole, 100 acres, Bolong ;
    Thomas Joseph Abberton, 40 acres, Mummel;
    Daniel O'Brien, 60 acres, Belmore ;
    Thomas Abberton, 40 acres, Mummel ;
    John McDonald, 100 acres, Laggan ;
    John Walsh, 80 acres, Wowagin ;
    John Mclntosh, 50 acres, Thalaba;
    Duncan R. McCALLUM, 40 acres, Wowagin ;
    Archibald McDonell, 40 acres, Thalaba ;
    John O'Mara, 400 acres, Quialigo ;
    Arthur P. Branson, 40 acres, Belmore ;
    Thomas Cooper, 40 acres, Guineacor ;
    William Harvey Amps, 58 acres, Belmore ;
    Edward Amps, 98 acres, Belmore ;
    Thomas Hockey, 40 acres, Cullulla;
    James Whatman, 40 acres, Eden Forest;
    William Irving, 50 acres, Eden Forest;
    Archibald McIntosh, 80 acres, Thalaba ;
    John McCALLUM, 40 acres, Cookbundoon ;
    Peter Blair Thompson, 40 acres, Mummel.
    Total conditional purchases, 1476 acres.

    —Conditional leases :
    Archibald McDonell, 240 acres, Thalaba;
    John O'Mara, 800 acres, Quialigo ;
    Thomas Cooper, 60 acres, Guineacor;
    Archibald Mclntosh, 240 acres, Thalaba;
    W. H. Amps, 174 acres, Belimore.
    Total conditional leases, 1514 acres.

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  48. A SERIOUS CHARGE.
    The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954) Friday 25 August 1911 p 4 Article
    Abstract: At the Dubbo Police Court to-day, before Mr. A. T. Cochrane, J.P., John McCallum was charged with committing a serious offence against a girl at 60 words
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    John McCALLUM remanded at DUBBO for eight days for offence at GEURIE, NSW.
    Not known if this relates to a McCALLUM of ship BRITISH KING descent.

    A SERIOUS CHARGE.
    At the Dubbo Police Court to-day, before Mr. A. T. Cochrane, J.P., John McCALLUM was charged with committing a serious offence against a girl at Geurie. On the application of the arresting officer, Senior-Constable Tait, a remand for eight days was granted.

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  49. Funeral of Mr. McCallum.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 14 June 1902 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The funeral of the late Mr. John McCallum, son., of Forest Lodge, took place on Thursday and was largely attended, residents being present from all p ... 93 words
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    Funeral of Mr. McCallum.
    The funeral of the late Mr. John McCallum, sen., of Forest Lodge, took place on Thursday 12 June 1902 and was largely attended, residents being
    present from all parts of the district. The cortege left Forest Lodge at 11 o'clock, and the Goulburn Presbyterian cemetery was reached at about 2 o'clock. Many people from Goulburn joined the procession along the way. Rev. A. M. Gauld officiated at the grave, and referred in eulogistic terms to
    Mr. McCallum's long and useful life. The funeral arangenents were in the hands of Mr. Sidney R. Craig.

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  50. PERSONAL.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 2 May 1912 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Stewart McCallum, son of Mr. James McCallum, of The Forest, has been appointed to the Goulburn branch of the London Bank of Australia, Ltd. 146 words
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    PERSONAL.
    Mr. Stewart McCallum,
    son of Mr. James McCallum, of The Forest,
    has been appointed to
    the Goulburn branch of the London Bank of Australia, Ltd.

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  51. OBITUARY. VERY REV. FR. ALPHONSUS COEN.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 18 September 1917 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The Rev. Father Cahill today (Tuesday) received the sad intelligence of tile death of the Very Rev. Father Alphonsus Coen, Superior of the Passionist ... 278 words
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    MRS. McCALLUM.
    The death occurred in Sydney on Monday of an old and respected resident of this district in the person of Mrs. McCallum, widow of the late Mr. John McCallum, of Rhyanna estate, The Forest. Deceased was 88 years of age, and is survived by five sons and five daughters.
    The sons are Messrs. William, Duncan, James, Jack, and Sidney McCallum,
    and the daughters Mesdames Stewart, Batchin, and P. McInnes, of
    Sydney, Mrs. W. Moore (Ryde), and Mrs.Creighton Smith (Wahroonga). The body will be brought to Goulburn and interred in the Presbyterian old cemetery at 3 o'clock to-morrow (Wednesday) (19 September 1917).

    CORRECTION:
    Sidney McCALLUM (son of Mrs John McCALLUM)
    is Sydney Harvey McCALLUM)

    Jack McCALLUM (son of Mrs John McCALLUM)
    is John W McCALLUM

    Mrs John McCALLUM (senior) was prior to her marriage Miss Jane HARVEY

    Mrs Creighton Smith of Wahroonga
    is Mrs George CRICHTON SMITH
    who was prior to her marriage Miss I C (or C I) (Isabella) McCALLUM
    daughter of John McCALLUM and Jane HARVEY of THE FOREST near Goulburn NSW.

    Mrs BATCHIN of Sydney
    is Mrs BATCHEN of Sydney is Catherine F (nee McCALLUM)
    Marriage 1878: 575/1878 BATCHEN, David Hector (groom) MCCALLUM, Catherine F (bride) marriage registered in SYDNEY, NSW

    Mrs P McINNES is Annie (nee McCALLUM)
    3728/1885 MCINNES, Peter T (groom)
    MCCALLUM, Annie marriage registered at GOULBURN, NSW

    Mrs STEWART is Jean Wyllie (nee McCALLUM)
    1049/1875 STEWART, William (groom)
    MCCALLUM, JEAN Wyllie marriage registered SYDNEY NSW

    Mrs W MOORE is Janet nee McCALLUM
    3796/1892 MOORE,William (groom)
    MCCALLUM, Janet marriage registered GOULBURN,NSW

    Mrs Crichton SMITH is Isabella nee McCALLUM (her husband practiced as George CRICHTON SMITH, solicitor of Sydney)
    1052/1895 SMITH, George (groom)
    MCCALLUM, Isabella marriage registered GOULBURN, NSW

    In 1933 (in death notice of William Harvey McCALLUM - their brother - the 5 women were described as
    Mrs. W. Moore of Boggabri,
    Mrs. G. C. Smith, of Wahroonga,
    Mrs.W. Stewart, of Marrickville,
    Mrs. D. Batchen, of Marrickville,
    Mrs. McInnes, of Ashfield.

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  52. OBITUARY.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 30 October 1917 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Mr. John Walker McCallum, fourth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John McCallum, of The Forest, died in Sydney Hospital on Saturday afternoon, aged fifty ... 166 words
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    OBITUARY.
    Mr. John Walker McCallum, fourth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John McCallum, of The Forest, died in Sydney Hospital on Saturday afternoon, (27 October 1917) aged fifty-two years, the cause of death being internal complications. He spent all his life on the land, and was at one time rabbit inspector under the Goulburn Pastures Protection Board.
    During the late strike in Sydney he offered his services as a voluntary worker, and was engaged
    at Taronga Park, when he became ill and was removed to the hospital. He leaves a widow (nee Miss Ettie Warn) and four children - one daughter and three sons, now residing at Crookwell.

    Also four brothers:
    William, of Goulburn;
    James, of The Forest;
    Duncan, of West Australia; and
    Sydney, of Sydney;

    and five sisters :
    - Mesdames
    Stewart,
    Batchin,
    McInnes,
    Moore,
    Crichton-Smith,
    all of Sydney.

    The body was brought to Goulburn by Monday afternoon's train (29 October 1917) and interred alongside the remains of his parents in the Presbyterian old cemetery. The Rev. G. Tulloch officiated.

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  53. Obituary.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Monday 4 September 1893 p 3 Article
    Abstract: AN old resident of Greenwich Park, Mr. Malcolm McCallum, died at the residence of his son, Tarlo Gap, on Thursday last. Deceased was seventy-nine yea ... 216 words
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    Obituary.
    An old resident of Greenwich Park, Malcolm McCallum, died at the residence of his son, Tarlo Gap, on Thursday last.
    Deceased was seventy-nine years of age, and the cause of death was general decay.
    He was brother to Mr. John McCallum of Forest Lodge.
    The funeral took place at the Presbyterian cemetery, Goulburn, on Saturday, and was largely attended.

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  54. OBITUARY MR. JOHN O'LEARY
    Goulburn Evening Post (NSW : 1940 - 1954) Wednesday 23 August 1950 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The death occurred at St. John of God Hospital, on Wednesday last, of Mr. John O'Leary, of 7 Cooma Avenue, 562 words
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    OBITUARY
    Martha Pauline McCALLUM (nee BEEGLING) - MRS. James McCALLUM
    The death occurred unexpectedly on Friday at Beecroft at the residence of her daughter, of Mrs. Martha Pauline McCallum, wife of Mr. James McCallum. Mrs. McCallum was 81 years of age.
    Mrs. McCallum was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. A. BEEGLING, well known in business in Goulburn many years ago. Born at Adelong, she spent her early years in Goulburn, and after marrying, lived at "Forest Lodge" with her husband, near Goulburn.
    Mr. James McCallum, in his younger days, took a keen in terest in the activities of the A.P. and H. Society, of which he is a life member.
    There are three sons:
    Frederick (Glencoe; Sydney),
    Stewart (Belmore St., Goulburn) and
    Kenneth ("Inverlochie, " via Harden)

    and two daughters:
    Edith (Mrs. D. Ayres, of Beecroft, Sydney) and
    Betty (Mrs. C. J. Boulton, of Canberra.

    Cremation took place on Monday at Northern Suburbs Crematorium after a funeral service at Beecroft, Rev. S. Russell-Scott, Presbyterian minister, formerly of Goulburn, officated.

    CORRECTION:
    brides name is NOT Martha Pauline BEELING
    rather it is Martha Pauline BEEGLING
    3526/1893 MCCALLUM, James (groom)
    BEEGLING, Martha G marriage registered GOULBURN, NSW

    NOTE: NSW BDM Index is in error she is Martha Pauline (NOT Martha G)

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  55. GOLDEN WEDDING.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Monday 30 May 1898 p 2 Article
    Abstract: LAST Saturday was the fiftieth anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. John McCallum of Forest Lodge, near Goulburn. The whole of the family, comp ... 208 words
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    GOLDEN WEDDING.
    Last Saturday was the fiftieth anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. John McCallum of Forest Lodge, near Goulburn. The whole of the family, comprising five sons (two of whom are married) and seven daughters (six married), together with their wives and husbands, were present to offer their congratulations. One of the sons came from the interior of West Australia, and there was not a single member absent. The very large gathering had tea at Forest Lodge, and during the evening expressions of goodwill and kindly feelings prevailed. Mr. and Mrs. McCallum have resided in the district many years, during the whole of which time they have had the esteem of every person in the community.
    On Sunday several intimate friends from Goulburn went out to congratulate the happy couple, both of whom we are pleased to say are hale and hearty, and it is hoped they will be as well when the time arrives to celebrate their diamond wedding. Yesterday there was a gathering of over fifty persons. Mr. and Mrs. McCallum received many useful and beautiful presents, included among which was a purse of sovereigns.

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  56. PUBLICAN CHARGED. ALLEGED ALARMIST STATEMENTS. Kalgoorlie, Feb. 19.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Wednesday 20 February 1918 p 8 Article
    Abstract: A police court case of more than ordinary interest was heard in the Laverton Police Court on Saturday, before Warden P. C. Riches. John James Brophy, ... 283 words
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    PUBLICAN CHARGED.
    ALLEGED ALARMIST STATEMENTS.
    Kalgoorlie, 19 Feb. 1918.
    A police court case of more than ordinary interest was heard in the Laverton Police Court on Saturday, before Warden P. C. Riches.
    John James Brophy, licensee of the Grand Hotel, Laverton, was charged
    with having on December 18 made statements likely to cause public alarm, in contravention of paragraph 28 of the War Precautions Act regulations. Inspector Walsh conduced the prosecution, and Mr. Maxwell appeared for the accused.
    Three witnesses for the prosecution — John McFarlane,
    Duncan McCALLUM, and Hamlet Johnston —gave evidence to the
    effect that on December 18 last they went to the accused's hotel to ask Brophy if he would give monetary support to a race meeting they were organising in aid of the Red Cross Society and local hospital. He refused, whereupon someone in the bar remarked to Brophy, "You must be a blank
    Sinn Feiner." Brophy replied, "I am, and I'm not ashamed of it. You fellows
    dno't know what a Sinn Feiner is, but I do." A discussion then arose about the war, in which the accused, it was alleged, said the Allies were not winning the war, and that it was going to be a draw in favour of Germany. When asked whether he would like to be under German rule, he said he would not.
    In his evidence Brophy said he was a Sinn Feiner, a loyal subject, and an anti-conscriptionist. The accused called no witnesses.
    The R.M. said he thought the accused had been indiscreet in making the alleged remarks, but he failed to see that there was anything in them calculated to cause alarm. He therefore dismisseed the case.

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  57. Rifle Shooting "KING'S" MEETING AT ANZAC RANGE. "A" Series.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 11 October 1949 p 7 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 23 November 1875 p 1 Family Notices
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    MARRIAGE
    STEWART—McCALLUM.
    — 8 November 1875, at the residence of the bride's uncle,
    gas station, Woolloomooloo,
    by the Rev. Dr.Steel,
    William STEWART, of Perth, Scotland,
    to Jeannie McCALLUM,
    eldest daughter of John McCallum, of Tarlo, near Goulburn.

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  59. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 6 May 1884 p 1 Family Notices
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    DEATH
    STEWART.
    - 5 May 1884, at his residence, Alice-street, Newtown,
    William STEWART, in his 42nd year,
    nephew of the late William Halley,
    and son-in-law of John McCallum, of Tarlo,
    near Goulburn.

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  60. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 9 June 1944 p 10 Family Notices
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    DEATH
    STEWART.
    - 7 June 1944 at Ravenscraig, Wahroonga,
    Jean Wylie STEWART (nee McCALLUM) in her 96th year.
    Privately cremated.
    ( died at Ravenscraig, Wahroonga the home of her sister and brother-in-law Mr and Mrs George CRICHTON SMITH. Mrs CRICHTON SMITH was Isabella nee McCALLUM (her husband was a Sydney solicitor).

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  61. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 10 July 1912 p 15 Family Notices
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  62. Death Of Mr. J. McCallum
    Goulburn Evening Post (NSW : 1940 - 1954) Tuesday 8 July 1952 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Mr. James McCallum, aged 93 years, died at a private hospital. on Saturday morning, after a brief illness. 261 words
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    Death Of Mr. J. McCallum
    Mr. James McCallum, aged 93 years, died at a private hospital, on Saturday morning, after a brief illness. A man of remarkable vitality, deceased had enjoyed the best of health until only a week before his death.
    Born at Tarlo, he spent all his life in the Goulburn district, where he was highly respected. His main interest was in the agricultural and pastoral life in this district. A grazier, he became an excellent judge of British breed
    sheep and even as late as his 80th year, judged in shows throughout the southern area of the State.
    He held grazing interests at "Forest Lodge" and "Rhyanna," until his retirement from active life 26 years ago.
    Deceased was a life member of the Goulburn A. P. and H. Society, and for some years was a very active committeeman.
    While still in his occupation as a grazier, Mr. McCallum was a keen breeder of prime fat sheep for show purposes, and was successful year after year in district shows. He was on several cccasions successful with
    his entries to the R.A.S.
    He left Goulburn for Sydney two years ago.
    He is survived by three sons,Frederick (Cheltenham) and
    Stewart and Kenneth (Goulburn),
    and two daughters, Edith (Mrs. D. Aeyrs, of Beecroft) and
    Betty (Mrs. Bolton, Canberra).
    He leaves also one brother, Sidney (Leeton)
    and two sisters, Isabel (Mrs. Crichton-Smith),
    and Jessie (Mrs. Moore, Gunnedah).
    Seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren survive.
    Cremation took place at North Sydney yesterday after a service in the Presbyterian Church.

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  63. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 17 June 1878 p 1 Family Notices
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    MARRIAGES.
    BATCHEN—McCALLUM. — 24 May 1878 at the bride's brother-in-law's, Point-street, Pyrmont, by the Rev. Dr. Steel, David Hector, third son of the late John Batchen, sculptor, Inverness (Scotland),
    to Catherine Ferguson, second daughter of John McCallum, Tarlo, Goulburn.

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  64. Advertising
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 6 June 1896 p 3 Advertising
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    WEDNESDAY, 10 June 1896
    ANDREWS and DE LAURET
    WILL sell by auction, at the Goulburn Public Sale-yards,
    on Wednesday next, at the usual hour,
    20 Prime Fat Cattle, for Mr. John McCallum, Forest Lodge.

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  65. REMOVAL OF POST-OFFICE FROM TARLO TO CHATSBURY.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Tuesday 1 April 1884 p 3 Article
    Abstract: A protest from a number of residents of Tarlo was recently forwarded through Mr. Teece M.P., against the removal of the post-office from Tarlo to Cha ... 1056 words
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    REMOVAL OF POST-OFFICE FROM TARLO To CHATSBURY.
    -A protest from a number of residents of Tarlo was recently forwarded through Mr. Teece M.P., agaiust the removal of the post-office from Tarlo to Chatsbury. The following reply has been received from the postal department:
    "The removal of the Tarlo post-oflice to Mrs.Martin's was decided on as a matter of necessity and not of choice. No one in the vicinity of the present
    office could be induced to take it for less than £40 a year, nearly double the salary justified by the business, and nearly double the annual revenue from the office. In order to meet the convenience as far as possible of the persons in the neighbourhood of the present office, a receiving office will be established there on some one being recommended for the position of receiving office keeper, the remuneration attached to which is a salary of £5 per annum and 2½ per cent. commission on the sale of stamps. It is now late to re-appoint Mr. Cunningham at the old salary."

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  66. Bankruptcy Meeting.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 17 January 1889 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A MEETING in the bankrupt estate of Duncan McCallum, of Goulburn was held this (Thursday) morning before Mr. C. S. Alexander, registrar in bankruptcy ... 160 words
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    Bankruptcy Meeting.
    A meeting in the bankrupt estate of Duncan McCallum, of Goulburn, was held this (Thursday)morning [17 Jan 1889] before Mr. C. S. Alexander,
    registrar in bankruptcy for this district. Duncan McCallum (of the late firm of Sinclair and McCallum, trading as cordial makers, Goulburn), the bankrupt, deposed that he accounted for his bankruptcy to bad debts to the extent of £160; he knew of no other cause to necessitate his filing his schedule; he was not a married man; some of his creditors pressed him and took proceedings against him in the District Court amongst those who sued him were Elliott Bros., of Sydney, and Stewart and Company; it was
    these firms that caused him to sequestrate his estate. Mr. Dwyer, from Mr. Betts's office, appeared on behalf of the insolvent. The only claim put in was that of W. R. Riley and Company, amounting to £15 6s 6d, which was
    allowed, and the meeting closed.

    (relevance to be confirmed)

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  67. SERIOUS GUN ACCIDENT.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Monday 3 August 1903 p 2 Article
    Abstract: On Saturday afternoon Duncan McCallum (about thirty), son of Mr. Duncan McCallum, who resides near Taralga, met with a serious accident. He was carry ... 92 words
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    SERIOUS GUN ACCIDENT.
    ON Saturday afternoon [1 August 1903] Duncan McCallum (about thirty), son of Mr. Duncan McCallum, who resides near Taralga, met with a serious
    accident. He was carrying a double-barrelled gun, when both barrells accidentally exploded. One of the charges went through his right instep, while the other blew off the big toe. He was taken to Crookwell, where he
    was seen by Dr. Fitzpatrick, who ordered his removal to the Goulburn Hospital, to which place he was admitted about noon yesterday.
    The patient is doing as well as can be expected.

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  68. CONDITIONAL PURCHASES.
    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Saturday 19 May 1883 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The following conditional purchases were made at the undermentioned land offices on Thursday last:— Goulburn."—Duncan R. McCallum, 40 acres, 211 words
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    CONDITIONAL PURCHASES
    The following conditional purchases were made
    at the undermentioned land offices on Thursday last [17 May 1883]:—
    Goulburn—
    Duncan. R. McCallum, 40 acres, section 21, Wowagin;
    Patrick Clancy, 105 acres, section 21, Gurrunda;
    George H. Butcher, 40 acres, section 21, Bubalalila;
    Robert A.Thompson, 110 acres, section 21, Mummell ;
    Augustine M. Betts, 40 acres, section 21, Cookbundoon;
    John McCallum, 40 acres, 3 roods, section 22, Turallo ;
    Joseph Müller, 40 acres, section 14, Turallo;
    Matthew McKay, 40 acres, section 14, Gurrunda;
    John N. McDonald, 90 acres, section 22, Laggan.

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  69. GOULBURN LAND COURT.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Thursday 12 May 1887 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THE monthly sitting of this court was held on Tuesday and Wednesday before Messrs. Moriarty (chairman), Alexander, and Deane. Mr. Dalglish, acting di ... 1298 words
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    Duncan R. McCallum, two conditional land purchases,
    40 acres each, Wowagin. Sent for measurement as required by applicant.

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  70. GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 13 January 1933 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Henry Kelly pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly in Grafton-street on the previous night, and was fined 40s, with the alternative ... 1446 words
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    GOULBURN POLICE COURT
    NON-PAYMENT OF WAGES.
    James Sinclair and Duncan McCallum
    were summoned by Alfred Barnesley for neglecting to pay him the sum of £11 7s 6d for work done in the capacity of driver.
    Mr. Gannon appeared for complainant.
    Defendant McCallum was not in attendance;
    but defendant Sinclair attended and admitted the debt, at the same time stating that owing to the Australian Drug Company having a bill of sale over him and his partner, and putting in an execution on them, they were unable to pay their debts at the time. He now consented to an order for the amount being made.
    His Worship made an order for the payment of the amount claimed, together with 7s 4d costs of court and 21s professional costs; to be paid
    forthwith or distress to go.

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  71. GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 30. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. S. Meyer, J.P. PROTECTION.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 1 May 1886 p 3 Article
    Abstract: William Drakes, who was remanded on the previous day for protection, again appeared, and was further remanded for a week—till Friday, 7th May. 5351 words
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    GOULBURN POLICE COURT.
    FRIDAY, 30 APRIL 1886.
    Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. S. Meyer, J.P.
    BREACHES OF TOWNS POLICE ACT.
    Duncan McCallum pleaded guilty to a charge of allowing a horse to stray in Montague-street, and
    it being his first offence he was fined 2s 6d and 2s 6d costs of court.

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  72. GOULBURN LAND COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 21 June 1888 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    GOULBURN LAND COURT
    Goulburn Land Court Friday 15 June 1888
    Duncan Rankin McCALLUM 2 conditional land purchases, 40 acres each, Wowagin - Confirmed

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  73. CONDITIONAL PURCHASES.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Saturday 12 May 1883 p 4 Article
    Abstract: THE following selections were taken up on Thursday last:— AT GOULBURN: Park, Lynam, 40 acres, Upper Tarlo; R. A. McDonnell, 800 acres, Yalbraith; Eil ... 115 words
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    CONDITIONAL PURCHASES.
    THE following selections were taken up on Thursday last Thursday [10 May 1883]:-
    AT GOULBURN:
    Duncan McCallum, 40 acres, Wowagin;

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  74. TOWN TALK.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 12 May 1883 p 4 Article
    Abstract: LAST Saturday the Goulburn Homing Pigeon Society had a successful fly. The course was from Breadalbane to Goulburn, a distance of about 15 miles. The ... 1089 words
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    Thursday 10 May 1883
    Goulburn Land selection taken up: Duncan McCallum, 40 acres, Wowagin

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  75. MR. D. R. McCALLUM
    Goulburn Evening Post (NSW : 1940 - 1954) Friday 5 September 1941 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The death occurred yesterday at the Goulburn District Hospital of Mr. Dunean Rankin McCallum, aged 76 years, of 10 Ruby Street, 166 words
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    MR. D. R. McCALLUM.
    The death occurred yesterday at the Goulburn District Hospital of
    Mr. Duncan Rankin McCALLUM,
    aged 76 years of 40 Ruby Street, Goulburn.
    Born at Taralga, Mr. McCallum had resided there until 10 years ago
    when he returned from his farm and came to Goulburn to live. He was
    very well known and respected by all residents of the Taralga district. He
    had been in failing health for some time and had been in hospital, for the
    past month.
    He is survived by six sisters,:
    Mrs. Beasley (Willoughby),
    Mrs. Munro (Lawson),
    Miss S. McCallum (Goulburn),
    Misses A. and H. McCallum (Sydney) and
    Mrs. McLean (Weria).

    Two brothers Gilbert and Alexander,
    and one sister, Mrs. Pearce, predeceased him.
    The funeral left Craig's Parlours at 2 o'clock this afternoon [5 September 1951] for the Presbyterian portion of the General Cemetry.

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  76. ALL ABOUT PEOPLE.
    The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate (NSW : 1898 - 1928) Wednesday 5 September 1906 p 2 Article
    Abstract: On Saturday night Mr H. Hogan left town for Adelong Crossing. He was driving a horse attached to a sulky, and took the road via the flat at 1074 words
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    DEATH - Mr Duncan McCALLUM (Tooma)

    Mr. Duncan McCallum, a well known Tooma settlor, was found dead in the bush near Albury on Saturday [1 September 1906].
    His body was discovered in a naked condition. The supposition is that, after meeting with an accident, the deceased lost his reason, and stripped himself, as his clothing was found scattered about a paddock. He had walked or fallen over an embankment into a swamp, a distance of 40 ft. The deceased had been travelling night and day to see his brother, the late Mr H. McCallum, who died in Albury on Thursday [30 August 1906].

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  77. OBITUARY. Mr. John Fradd.
    Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931) Saturday 11 February 1922 p 37 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mr.John Fradd, who died at Copperhouse, Burra, at the age of 82 years, was born at Morgan, Cornwall, and came to South Australia in 1857. [?]e went d ... 1514 words
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    To be determined if any connection between McCallums of MULL
    and Alexander McCallum (settled Goulburn,N.S.W.), b 1843. His parents, the late Duncan and Mary
    McCallum, came to South Australia from Argyllshire, in the sailing ship Dauntless (Capt. McLean), landing at Holdfast Bay
    on July 10, 1840.

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  78. CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER AGAINST JOHN JENKINS.
    Queanbeyan Age (NSW : 1867 - 1904) Wednesday 21 August 1878 p 1 Article
    Abstract: ON Friday, the 9th instant, at the Tumnut police court, before Mr. F. W. Nyner P.M., John Jenkins of Nangus grazier, was, in pursuance of instruction ... 1628 words
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    Duncan McCallum, being sworn; stated : I am a labourer living at Yarrangobilly; I recollect the 18th of June, 1877; I was on that day at Gobarragandra gathering some stray sheep for Mr. Forsyth ;
    I saw the defendant and James Brogan (since dead) on that day ; Brogan had a dog with him belonging to Mr. Jenkins; he seemed angry, and asked Brogan why he took the dog away; Brogan said," I did not take the dog, it followed me, and it always will unless you tie it up ;" defendant then struck Brogon with a loaded whip on the side of the head; he only hit him once; the blow cut Brogan's head, and the wound bled freely; this was in the afternoon ; I saw Brogan for about twenty minutes after he was struck when he went away to wash his head; I handled the whip which defendant used ; it had a round knob on it loaded with lead; Brogan gave defendant no provocation before he was struck; he did not bleed before he got the blow.


    EXTRACT FROM:
    CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER AGAINST
    JOHN, JENKINS .
    (From the S.M. Herald.)'
    ON Friday, the 9th instant, at the Tumut police court, before Mr. F. W Vyner P.M., John Jenkins of Nangus, grazier, was, in pursuance of instructions, received from the attorney-general, charged upon the information of Sergeant Zoellner, that the said John Jenkins did, on the 18th day of June, 1877, at Gobarragandra, in this colony, feloniously kill and slay, one James Brogan.
    Mr. R. W Perkins appeared for the defendant,
    The court-house was crowded with spectators during, the hearing of the case.
    The first witness called was Sergeant Zoellner, who having proved the service of the summons on the defendant deposed as follows : I remember, the 18th day of July, 1877; James Brogan, now deceased came to me in the evening, and reported that he had been struck by John Jenkins on the head with a loaded whip; he was then bleeding from a wound on his head; his hair was matted with blood, and his face and clothes were covered with the same; I told him to see a doctor, and also a magistrate.

    (to be confirmed if this relevant to McCALLUM family migrants from MULL)

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  79. Advertising
    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Thursday 20 March 1884 p 3 Advertising
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    Funeral Donald McCALLUM 20 March 1884 GOULBURN
    death 18 March 1884
    son of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine nee FERGUSON, born MULL, Scotland. Husband of Catherine nee SINCLAIR.
    ALL immigrants per barque BRITISH KING, embarking Tobermorey Isle of MULL Scotland

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  80. Family Notices
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Saturday 21 June 1879 p 5 Family Notices
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    Death of Elizabeth Cameron McCALLUM
    (nee Elizabeth Cameron ROSS),
    first wife of Donald McCALLUM of TARLO near GOULBURN
    following birth of their first and only child Farquhar Donald Ross McCALLUM.
    Funeral party to reach Edinburgh Castle (inn) by 12 noon. NOTE: Donald McCALLUM is son of Donald MCCALLUM and Catherine nee SINCLAIR of Ironbark TARLO


    FUNERAL- 21 June 1879
    THE friends of Mr. DONALD Mc CALLUM of Tarlo are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of his late wife, ELIZABETH CAMERON Mc CALLUM, which will take place This Day.
    The funeral will reach the Edinburgh Castle about 12 o'clock noon.
    JOHN KELLY,1351 Undertaker.

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  81. GOULBURN AND TARALGA ROAD.
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 10 February 1869 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A MEETING of persons interested in the expenditure of the money voted for repairs of the above road was held at the Edinburgh Castle Inn, Taralga-roa ... 931 words
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    John McCALLUM proposed as trustee Goulburn-Taralga Road works, at meeting held at Edinburgh Castle Inn Taralga Road, Goulburn, held Saturday 6 February 1869

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  82. WEDDINGS. Armstrong-Mackay
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 4 July 1914 p 15 Article
    Abstract: A quiet wedding was celebrated on June 1, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, when Mr. Frank L. Armstrong (fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Octavius 500 words
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    Marriage of Lillian McCALLUM (daughter of Donald McCALLUM of TARLO NSW and second wife Catherine CAMERON) to High RULE
    RULE—MACCALLUM St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Rockhampton, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Monday, June 22, when Mr. Hugh Rule, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Rule, of Rockhampton, was married to Miss Lillian MacCallum, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. MacCallum, of Tarlo, New South Wales, and neice of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mackenzie, of Blairgowrie, Jericho. The Rev. J. Walker officiated. Mr. Mackenzie gave the bride away. She wore an exceedingly pretty gown of white duchesse satin, with a tunic of crepe de Chine and lace, the bodice being draped with pink tulle. Her Limerick lace veil was arranged over a wreath of orange blossoms and white heather, and she carried a bouquet of white roses and tuberoses, which, with her platinum pen- dant set with pearls and aquamarines, was the gift of the bridegroom. The Misses Bimbah and Rosamund Edkins (neices of the bridegroom) were in attendance as bridesmaids. Mr. R. Edgar acted as best man and Mr. Beresford Edkins was groomsman.

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  83. COUNTRY NEWS.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 2 January 1860 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THE following news, from the southe[?]rn district, quote from the Goulburn Chronicle [?]f Wednes[?] last:— Monday was kept pretty generally a[?] a ho ... 3154 words
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    Mr McCALLUM of TARLO - escape from lightning strike on his dray
    Country News
    During a thunderstorm on Saturday week McCallum, of Tarlo, while riding in a dray near The Gap, experienced a very narrow escape. He was sitting on a board laid across the dray when lightning struck the vehicle and took both sides out in front of him, knocking a pipe from his mouth and throwing the horse on his knees. Mr McCallum experienced no effect from the shock beyond a slight twinge in his little finger.

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  84. REGISTRATION OF LORRIES REFUSED ALBURY, Wednesday,
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 9 February 1933 p 10 Article
    Abstract: The Transport Commissioners, replying [?] country applications for the registration of motor lorries for carrying passengers for p[?] nie purposes, r ... 390 words
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    DEATH
    GOULBURN. - The death has occurred of old resident, Mr. William Harvey McCallum 81. He was bom at Tarlo. His father John McCallum, came from Scotland in 1838 on "The British King", settled in the district shortly afterwards. All Mr. McCallum's life was spent on the land, with his brother, Mr. John McCallum, he was a noted exhibitor of crossbreds and Romney
    Marshes.

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  85. Family Notices
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Thursday 27 April 1882 p 3 Family Notices
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    MARRIAGE Robert Dunsmore SMITH to Agatha McCALLUM 4th daughter of John McCALLUM of TARLO near Goulburn NSW

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  86. Probate
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Monday 2 October 1893 p 2 Article
    Abstract: WAS granted on Friday of the will of the late Malcolm McCallum of Tarlo. 15 words
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    PROBATE was granted on Friday of the will of the late Malcolm McCALLUM of Tarlo.

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  87. Family Notices
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Saturday 17 May 1884 p 5 Family Notices
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    DIED, STEWART.—May 5, 1884, at his residence, Alice- street, Newtown, William STEWART, in his 42nd year, nephew of the late William HALLEY, and son-in-law of John McCALLUM of Tarlo, near Goulburn.

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  88. The Late Mr. John McCallum.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 17 June 1902 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Large congregations attended the services of St. Andrew's Church on Sunday, the preacher being the Rev. A. M. Gauld. At the morning service an impres ... 302 words
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    FUNERAL late John McCALLUM of TARLO

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  89. WILD-FLOWER SHOW.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Saturday 16 October 1886 p 4 Article
    Abstract: A WILD-FLOWER show in did of the building fond of the south Goulburn Presbyterian Church was commenced in the hall of the mechanics' institute on Thu ... 827 words
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    Mr McCALLUM of TARLO, Mr James SIMONS, Mrs SIMONS and the Misses SIMONS contributions to fundraiser for South Goullburn Church building fund

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  90. Fifty Years Ago. WEEK ENDING DEC. 12, 1871.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 17 December 1921 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The Recreation Ground.—During the last few days a number of boys, many of them being rather old-fashioned ones, have been indulging in 540 words
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    A Heavy Fleece - Recently Mr. John. McCALLUM, of Tarlo, sheared an eleven-months-old lamb, the progeny of a L.U.E. ram and a Southdown ewe purchased from Mr. Faithfull. The fleece, in the grease, weighed no less than 11½lbs..

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  91. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Thursday 27 February 1873 p 3 Article
    Abstract: ON Monday evening, February 10, some time after the sun had set (says the Goulburn Herald) two boys, sons of Mr. John M'Callum, of Tarlo, aged 12 and ... 1764 words
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    INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.
    ON Monday evening, 10 February 1873, some time after the sun had set (says the Goulburn Herald) two boys, sons of Mr. John McCallum, of Tarlo, aged 12 and 14 years respectively, went down to the river near the house with buckets for the purpose of getting some water, and while there decided to have a bathe. As they plunged into the water and began to swim, they suddenly heard and saw a plash in the water on the opposite side of the river, and on looking towards the point of attraction saw a large black snake making towards them. Being at once sensible of their dangerous position, they quickly retreated, got out of the water, and with clothes in hand lost no time in getting beyond the reptile's reach, leaving the buckets which they took with them on the bank.

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  92. GOULBURN ITEMS
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 20 June 1882 p 2 Article
    Abstract: ON Saturday last a son of the late Mr. A. G. De Lauret, while playing football with some companions at St. Patrick s colleges was unfortunate enough ... 2362 words
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    Mr John McCALLUM of TARLO and speech at FAREWELL to Mr and Miss FARQUHAR
    ON Monday afternoon a pleasing ceremony took place at St. Andrew's Church, it being the occasion of presenting Mr. and Miss Farquhar with a token of remembrance prior to their departure from this city, after a sojourn of about seven years. The Rev. A. M. Tait, in making the presentation, spoke in glowing terms of the manner in which Mr. Farquhar had worked for the cause of Presbyterianism since his arrival in Goulburn, it being at that time at a very low ebb, and eulogised Mr. Farquhar as an elder of the Church and an example to the congregation—being always in forefront of every movement which had for its object the advancement of the moral and spiritual welfare of the members of the church. He also spoke highly of Miss Farquhar as a teacher in the Sabbath-school and general helper in the church, and presented to her, on behalf of the congregation, a gold brooch and locket for herself, and a pair of gold spectacles and gold chain with append- ages for her father, he being absent on a trip up the western line. Mr. John McCallum of Tarlo replied on behalf of the recipients, thanking their friends for the praise and kind words bestowed on them, and for the useful, ornamental, and beautiful articles which accompanied the same, and which they would ever look upon with fond remembrance of the donors. Mr. F. M. Charteris and Mr. Cochrane followed, expressing their deep regret at the departure from their midst of such useful members of the Church. There was a large attendance of the friends of Mr. and Miss Farquhar, and also the elders of the church. The meeting terminated with the benediction.

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  93. RHYANNA PICNIC RACE CLUB.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 12 April 1888 p 4 Article
    Abstract: THE annual races and athletic sports of the Rhyanna Picnic Race Club came off on Tuesday last on the course at Rhyanna, which, as usual, was kindly l ... 1112 words
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    Mr John McCALLUM of Rhyanna and Rhyanna Picnic Race Club
    horses raced by Mr J McCALLUM, Mr J W McCALLUM, Mr J W McCALLUM, Mrs W McCALLUM and Miss J McCALLUM

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  94. ATHLETIC SPORTS.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 12 April 1888 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    Mr J McCALLUM and Mr S McCALLUM entrants in sports events as part of Rhyanna Picnic Race Club race and athletics day on property of Mr John McCALLUM - RHYANNA near Goulburn

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  95. THE NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHARGE IN GOULBURN.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 17 April 1886 p 6 Article
    Abstract: THE meeting of the commissioners and petitioners to arrange matters in connection with the above movement took place on Thursday last. The petitioner ... 4640 words
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    John McCALLUM of TARLO petitioning for Presbyterian services at Tarlo

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  96. THE TEAMS
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 19 December 1929 p 10 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    W McCALLUM (EAST A) CRICKET TEAM Goulburn Dec 1929

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  97. FAT STOCK SALES.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 25 June 1887 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    STOCK SALE PRICES
    Mr John McCALLUM 700 wethers at 6s 4d
    Mr McCALLUM of Tarlo 300 fat wethers at 8 shillings

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  98. Advertising
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Saturday 22 June 1861 p 4 Advertising
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    TO LET, THE ESTATE of James Mitchell, Esq., situate at Cotta Wolla, consisting of 3476 acres or there- abouts, in farms, or as may be agreed upon. Apply to JOHN McCALLUM, Tarlo. 8195

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  99. Advertising
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 1 October 1910 p 5 Advertising
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    Mr J McCALLUM of THE FOREST

    Goulburn Electorate. MR.PERCY F. HOLLIS WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS AS FOLLOWS:-
    BOXERS' CREEK--Saturday, 1st October, 3.30 Mr. C. Ford's
    MIDDLE ARM—Tuesday, 4th Oct., 7.30, Mr. T. Manion's
    NORWOOD--Thursday, 6th October., 2 o'clock , Mr. Hugh Campbell's
    THE FORES'T- Thursday, 6th October , 3.30, Mr. J. McCallum's
    TARLO - Thursday, 6th Ootobcr, 7.30 Mr E. Cuningham's.

    J. T. McLAURIN, Organising Secretary.

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  100. Everyone is Pleased at Success of the Hawkesbury Show IMPRESSIVE DISPLAY Hawkesbury Show Typifies Our Resources LIVE STOCK EXHIBITS SURPASS THOSE OF OTHER YEARS THRILLING RING EVE...
    Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Friday 24 April 1931 p 1 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: HAWKESBURY District Agricultural Association staged its 51st annual show at Clarendon on Thursday, Friday and Saturday last, and is to be congratulat ... 9886 words
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    Mr Donald StClair (MACCALLUM) McCALLUM - son of Farquhar Donald Ross McCALLUM and Isabella GRIFFITHS.

    Donald StClair McCALLUM (mis-spelled here as D.S. MACCALLUM)
    Hawkesbury Show Apiculure Prizewinner in several categories
    Studied at Hawkesbury Agricultural College.
    .APICULTURE (Judge: Mr. R. J. Metheirell. Steward! * , ' Mr: J. W. Mitchell). Liquid honey, light: D. S. MacCallum 1, Miss M. M. Cooper 2. Liquid honey, medi um: Miss B. L./Margi-ie 1, Miss M. M. Coo per 2. Liquid honey, medium, for competitors resident in the Windsor Police District (prize by. Mr. J. W. Mitchell): D. S. MacCallum 1 and 2. Liquid honey, dark:. D.S. MacCallum 1, R. Baldwin 2. Granulated honey,' fine grain: S. Lawrence 1, Miss M. M. Cooper 2. Granulated honey, coarse grain: D. S. MacCallum 1, S. Howell 2, Granula ted honey, coarse grain, for competitors re sident in the Windsor Police District (prize by Mr, J. W. Mitchell):- R. Baldwin 1, D. S. MacCallum 2. Three 1-lb. -sections: Miss B. L. Margrie 1, D. S. MacCallum 2. Frame of comb honey, 100 square inches: D.S. MacCallum 1 and 2 . Frame of comb honey, 50 square inches: D. S. MacCallum 1 and 2. Beeswax, natural .yellow: Miss B. L. Margrie 1, Miss M. M. Cooper 2. Beeswax, natural white: D.S. MacCalium 1, Italian queen bee, with her progeny ,of leather-colrored bees,- in 'frame observation: G. Armour L and ch., D. S. MacCallum 2; Italian queen bee, with her progeny of golden-colored bees, in frame observation: G. .Armour 1, Miss D. Armour 2. Best and most attractive display of apicultural product's: - D. S. MacCallum 1, Miss M. M. Cooper 2.

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  101. Better Than Ever EXHIBITS AT HAWKESBURY SHOW ATTRACTIVE DISPLAYS AND KEEN COMPETITION
    Windsor and Richmond Gazette (NSW : 1888 - 1954) Friday 24 April 1931 p 10 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: ENTRIES for the Hawkesbury Show altogether numbered over 3,300 which is a record for the Association. Few classes in any section were totally neglect ... 3191 words
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    HAWKESBURY SHOW - APICULTURE.
    APIARISTS' EXHIBITION - PRIZEWINNERS Most of the apiarists have' been busy,- because of the good season and the increased honey flow, and as a result the entries in the apiculture were more numerous and of 'better quality than last year. It is said that not for five years have the bees been so active or the honey flow so regular and so full. Mr. R. J. Metherell, who judged the exhibits, said it was the best display ever staged at the Hawkesbury Show. The judge pointed out, however, that in some in stances exhibits had been entered in wrong classes. For instance,' light honey was included in the classes for medium, and vice versa. Mr. Metherell was particularly enthusiastic about the display of apicultural products exhibited by Mr. D. S. MacCallum,, which he said was most outstanding. The majority of the prizes were won by Mr. D. S, MacCallum, and Misses M. M. Cooper and B. L. Margrie.

    Mr Donald StClair (MACCALLUM) McCALLUM - son of Farquhar Donald Ross McCALLUM and Isabella GRIFFITHS.

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  102. PERSONAL NEWS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 23 June 1914 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Mr. E. W. Archer. M.L.A. who has been staying at the Criterion Hotel left yesterday for Mount Morgan. Mrs. E. W. Archer was a passenger by 1487 words
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    20 June 1914 Rockhampton wedding of Lillian MacCallum and Hugh RULE in Rockhampton, QLD. Lillian was daughter of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine CAMERON both late of TARLO NSW. Bride given away by her uncle John MacKENZIE of BLAIRGOWRIE, Jericho, QLD, husband of Catherine nee McCALLUM. Catherine nee McCALLUM - sister to bride's father..Jane McCALLUM another sister of bride's father also in attendance - referred to as the bride's Aunt "Miss McCALUM".

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  103. Rockhampton Notes.
    Queensland Figaro (Brisbane, Qld. : 1901 - 1936) Thursday 9 July 1914 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Our Rockhampton correspondent, under date June 25th, writes:— Rockhampton is still unusually full of visitors, as the heavy rains this 1032 words
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    Lillian MacCALLUM and Hugh RULE marry Rockhamton QLD 20 June 1914
    Lillian MacCALLUM (dau of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine CAMERON, of Tarlo NSW)

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  104. NEW SOUTH WALES SUMMARY.
    The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954) Saturday 7 January 1860 p 3 Article
    Abstract: We compile the appended digest of news from the metropolitan and country journals:—SYDNEY. 2381 words
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    McCALLUM of TARLO NSW
    The ' Chronicle' (Goulburn) states :—" During a thunder-storm on Saturday week, Mr. McCallum, of Tarlo, while riding in a dray near Tarlo Gap, experienced a very narrow escape. He was sitting on a board laid across the dray, when the lightning struck the vehicle and took both sides of it out
    in front of him, knocking a pipe from his mouth, and throwing the horse on his knees. Mr. McCallum experienced no effect from the shock beyond a slight twinge in his little finger."

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  105. Death of Mrs D. McCallum.
    The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald (NSW : 1898 - 1904) Saturday 16 July 1898 p 2 Article
    Abstract: We feel sure that the many friends at Milllhorpe and elsewhere will regret to learn that Mrs Donald McCallum died at Parkes early on Tuesday morning ... 241 words
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    McCALLUM - death of Catherine (nee CAMERON) 12 July 1898
    McCALLUM - Catherine (DEATH Parkes NSW 12 June 1898)
    Catherine McCALLUM widow of Donald McCALLUM
    Donald McCALLUM (DEATH Parkes 1 July 1896)
    survived by 7 children
    (1 son from first marriage to Elizabeth Cameron ROSS)
    5 daughters and 1 son from 2nd marriage to Catherine CAMERON

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  106. DEATH OF MR. HUGH RULE
    The Longreach Leader (Qld. : 1923 - 1954) Friday 2 July 1954 p 23 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Hugh Rule died in Rockhampton on Monday at the age of 72 years. The late Mr. Rule will be well 336 words
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    RULE - Hugh, death Mon 28 June 1954 at Rockhampton.
    His wife who pre-deceased him was Jane Lillian MACCALLUM of Blairgowrie near Jericho QLD (property of her uncle John MACKENZIE and his wife Catherine (nee MACCALLUM). Lillian was the daughter of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine (nee CAMERON) of Tarlo near Goulburn NSW.

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  107. Passing Of The Pioneers Mr. Hugh Rule
    Queensland Country Life (Qld. : 1900 - 1954) Thursday 22 July 1954 p 25 Article
    Abstract: ANOTHER link with the early Central-west was broken by the death in Rockhampton of Mr. Hugh 198 words
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    RULE - Hugh, death Mon 28 June 1954.
    Lillian (nee MACCALLUM) wife of Hugh RULE.
    Lillian MACCALLUM, daughter of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine (nee CAMERON) of Tarlo NSW.

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  108. PERSONAL
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 22 June 1937 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Miss Hilda Power (Brisbane) is the guest of Mr and Mrs Alister Archer at Gracemere. Mrs Hugh Rule will return to 726 words
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    Lillian (nee MACCALLUM) wife of Hugh RULE returns to Longreach after some weeks in Rockhampton. Would have been visiting her aunts Miss Jane MACCALLUM and Catherine MACKENZIE (nee MACCALUM) and family.

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  109. MRS. H. RULE SERIOUSLY INJURED
    The Longreach Leader (Qld. : 1923 - 1954) Friday 4 February 1949 p 10 Article
    Abstract: When about to board a bus in Rockhampton on Tuesday. Mrs. Hugh Rule slipped and fell to the roadway, sustaining a badly 79 words
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    Lillian RULE (nee MACCALLUM) seriously injured Tues 1 Feb 1949 in fall to road when about to board a bus in Rockhampton. Badly fractured skull.

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  110. PERSONAL ITEMS
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Thursday 23 May 1946 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Mrs Kirkwood, who had been staying with her Bister (Mrs Hugh Rule, Spencer Street, The Range) for a few days, returned to 510 words
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    Elsie Catherine (nee McCALLUM) wife of Robert Dunbar KIRKWOOD of Bundaberg QLD
    visits her sister Jane Lillian (nee McCALLUM) wife of Hugh RULE, at Spencer Street, The Range, Rockhampton QLD - the home of Mr and Mrs Hugh RULE.
    Elsie Catherine born 18 January 1882 Goulburn, (father Donald at that time a hotelkeeper) d 1957
    (m 1911 Robert Dunbar KIRKWOOD)

    Elsie and Lillian are 2 of the 6 children of Donald McCALLUM and his second wife Catherine (nee CAMERON) of Tarlo NSW near Goulburn.

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  111. Social News
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 18 March 1947 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Mrs Hugh Rule will leave by the Western train tonight for Longreach, to attend the wedding of Miss Lee Edkins, of Bimbah 431 words
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    Mrs Hugh RULE (nee Jane Lillian McCALLUM, daughter of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine CAMERON of Tarlo NSW)
    attends Longreach wedding EDKINS-DEANE at Longreach QLD
    staying with Mrs R H EDKINS (Bimbah QLD) sister of Hugh RULE Bimbah Station Longreach QLD
    Bride: Miss Lee EDKINS (Bimbah station Longreach QLD)
    Groom: Mr Alan DEANE (Malboona, Corfield QLD)

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  112. In and Out of Town Paragraphs About People
    The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941) Tuesday 22 June 1937 p 10 Article
    Abstract: . .Miss Hilda Power, who arrived from Brisbane, is the guest of Mr and Mrs Alister Archer at Gracemere. Mrs Hugh Rule will return to 579 words
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    Mrs Hugh RULE of Longreach QLD (nee Jane Lillian MACCALLUM) daughter of Donald McCALLUM and his second wife Catherine (nee CAMERON) of Tarlo NSW.
    Visit to Rockhampton.

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  113. Family Notices
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Wednesday 30 June 1954 p 4 Family Notices
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    RULE-MCCALLUM
    Death of Hugh RULE
    his wife pre-deceased him
    - Mrs Hugh RULE (nee Jane Lillian Jennings McCALLUM) was daughter of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine (nee CAMERON) of Tarlo NSW

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  114. Family Notices
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Monday 23 December 1946 p 8 Family Notices
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    Mrs Hugh RULE loans her Brussels net bridal veil to bride Ruth Mary McILWRAITH.
    Mrs Hugh RULE (nee Jane Lillian Jennings McCALLUM)

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  115. Family Notices
    Queensland Figaro (Brisbane, Qld. : 1901 - 1936) Saturday 9 August 1924 p 10 Family Notices
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    Mrs Hugh RULE (nee Jane Lillian Jennings McCALLUM)
    aunt of bridegroom

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  116. MAJOR D. S. MACKENZIE.
    The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929) Saturday 8 September 1917 p 9 Article
    Abstract: The "Australasian" of the 11th of August states that Major D. S. Mackenzie, Assistant Medical Director, attached to the Australian Army Medical Corps 129 words
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    MACKENZIE-McCALLUM
    Major Donald Stuart MACKENZIE, youngest son of John MACKENZIE and Catherine (nee McCALLUM).
    Catherine McCallum a daughter of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine (nee SINCLAIR) immigrants via barque "BRITISH KING", early settlers of GOULBURN DISTRICT NSW.

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  117. MR. JOHN MACKENZIE.
    The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1930 - 1956) Thursday 11 February 1932 p 23 Article
    Abstract: Another of the fast diminishing band of pioneers who did so much for the development of Australia has passed away. This was Mr. John MacKenzie, 434 words
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    MACKENZIE-McCALLUM
    DEATH of John MACKENZIE 1932
    husband of Catherine (nee McCALLUM)

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  118. Family Notices
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 19 August 1909 p 3 Family Notices
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    TELFORD - CAMERON - McCALLUM
    TELFORD - Christina : DEATH 17 August 1909
    Christina TELFORD,widow of William Telford (2nd husband) formerly widow of Lachlan CAMERON (first husband) was born Christina CAMERON. One of the children of her first marriage was Catherine CAMERON who married Donald McCALLUM (widower) at Tarlo NSW.

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  119. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 15 February 1904 p 10 Family Notices
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    TELFORD - CAMERON - McCALLUM
    Mr and Mrs William TELFORD 9 Pawley-Street, Surry Hills
    funeral of son Ernest Thomas TELFORD 15 Feb 1904.
    TO BE DETERMINED if this is William TELFORD and wife Christina nee CAMERON who was previously widowed after first marriage to Lachlan CAMERON

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  120. MR. JOHN MACKENZIE Pioneer Pastoralist's Death LINK WITH BUSHRANGING DAYS
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Friday 5 February 1932 p 12 Article
    Abstract: Another of the fast diminishing band of pioneers who did so much for the development of Australia has passed away. This was Mr. John MacKenzie, 574 words
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    MACKENZIE -McCALLUM
    MACKENZIE - John DEATH 2 Feb 1932, Separation Street Rockhampton, formerly of Wee Dunrobin, Laurel Bank near Jericho and Mt Morgan QLD.
    husband of Catherine McCALLUM.
    Catherine formerly of Goulburn NSW.
    Note reference to Corron Valley near Goulburn is incorrect, the placename was Cotta Walla a settlement (near Crookwell in Goulburn District), currently called Roslyn.

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  121. Advertising
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 20 November 1920 p 5 Advertising
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    MACKENZIE - MACCALLUM,
    MACKENZIE BROTHERS donate 5 pounds 5 shillings.
    To be confirmed if this was in relation to the inscription of D,S. MACCALLUM regimental number 3177A 47th Btn

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  122. OBITUARY MR L. A. MACKENZIE
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 14 September 1948 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The relatives and friends of Lorne A. MacKenzie heard with regret of his passing after a short illness at his 495 words
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    MACKENZIE-MACCALLUM, MACKENZIE-McCALLUM,
    DEATH of Lorne MACKENZIE, in Rockhampton Sept 1948
    son of John MACKENZIE and Catherine (nee MACCALLUM) born Goulburn NSW.
    Survived by his mother's sister Jane MACCALLUM, Lorneleigh 14 Separation Street, Rockhampton.

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  123. "FRIGHTENED—FELL" Suggestion at Inquest WOMAN'S DEATH
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 2 November 1935 p 13 Article
    Abstract: A theory that the deceased was not knocked down by a utility truck, but became frightened and fell, was advanced by a witness at 1028 words
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    MACKENZIE-MACCCALLUM
    Jane MACCALLUM, single woman, passenger in utility truck driven by
    Jane de la Sollaye during accident on Gladstone Rd Rockhampton, 2 pedestrians involved, 1 woman killed, 1 woman injured.

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  124. Advertising
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 1 August 1936 p 1 Advertising
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    MACKENZIE-MACCALLUM, MACKENZIE-McCALLUM
    Transfer of land in Rockhampton QLD. according to will of John MACKENZIE, to his sister-in-law Jane MACCALLUM. John had married Jane's sister Catherine (nee MACCALLUM) who had cared for Jane from time Jane was 10yrs old and Catherine 27ys old after both their parents had died. Jane and Catherine were 2 of the children of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine (nee SINCLAIR) who had emigrated from Isle of Mull Scotland on barque British King, arrived Sydney 1839 and settled in Goulburn district. Jane and Catherine's grandparents had emigrated at same time on same vessel: Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine (nee FERGUSSON) with a large family party.

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  125. "DID NOT SEE THE DECEASED," WITNESSES SAID. FATAL ACCIDENT ON GLADSTONE ROAD. CORONER'S INQUIRY.
    The Evening News (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1924 - 1941) Friday 1 November 1935 p 1 Article
    Abstract: " When we stopped I looked round and saw a lady on the ground. I was very surprised I don't know how she got there. I 1041 words
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    MACKENZIE-MACCALLUM, MACKENZIE-McCALLUM
    Jane MACCALLUM, single woman ROCKHAMPTON QLD witness to fatal accident, passenger in utility truck

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  126. Family Notices
    The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Saturday 23 March 1895 p 620 Family Notices
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    McCALLUM-SMITH
    1895 Marriage of George Crichton SMITH to Isabella McCALLUM (daughter of John McCALLUM and Jane HARVIE)

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  127. A Sad Death.
    Western Champion (Parkes, NSW : 1898 - 1934) Friday 15 July 1898 p 10 Article
    Abstract: It becomes our melancholy duty to record the death of Mrs. D. McCallum, who succumbed in the Parkes Hospital to typhoid fever on Tuesday morning, 77 words
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    McCALLUM-CAMERON
    DEATH 12 July 1898
    Catherine McCALLUM (nee CAMERON) widow of Donald McCALLUM
    DEATH of Mrs. D. McCallum, who succumbed in the Parkes Hospital to typhoid fever on Tuesday morning. It is exactly two years since her husband died from the same disease. The deceased, who was in the prime of life, leaves behind seven comparatively young children who are, we regret to add, ill-provided for. We are glad to hear the townspeople have taken up their sad case.

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  128. OBITUARY.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Wednesday 20 July 1898 p 2 Article
    Abstract: FROM the Blayney Advocate and the Parkes Independent we learn that Mrs. Donald McCallum died at Parkes on Tuesday last from typhoid, leaving seven ch ... 163 words
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    McCALLUM-CAMERON
    Death of Catherine McCALLUM (nee CAMERON), widow of Donald McCALLUM
    OBITUARY. From the Blayney Advocate and Parkes Independent we learn that Mrs Donald McCallum died at Parkes on Tuesday last from typhoid leaving seven children, the eldest about nineteen. Her husband died about two years ago from the same complaint. Previous to going to Parkes he was engaged at the Millthorpe railway station where he made many friends. He then went to Parkes in a similar capacity. Mrs McCallum was a sister of the late Mr John Miller (Blayney), Mrs. P. Forbes (Sydney ) and Mr. L. Cameron of the Bathurst Free Press, and was we believe a native of Greenwich Park in the Goulburn district.

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  129. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 19 December 1883 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The following notifications appear in yesterday's Gazette:— PUBLIC HOLIDAY.—Monday, the 24th instant, is declared a public holiday in the district of ... 786 words
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    Donald McCALLUM submitted tender to supply billets of wood to Nyngan Railway Station Relevance to be determined.

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  130. Taralga.
    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Tuesday 7 October 1884 p 3 Article
    Abstract: A wallaby drive took place at Wowagin on Tuesday last. The drivers and shooters were kindly entertained at the residence of Mr. Donald McCallum by Mr ... 428 words
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    TARALGA
    Donald McCALLUM and Duncan McCALLUM
    relevance to be determined re Duncan McCALLUM and wife Catherine FERGUSSON, and their son Donald McCALLUM (married to Catherine SINCLAIR - emigrants on ship British King which arrived Sydney 1839.

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  131. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Saturday 3 December 1864 p 4 Advertising
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    Donald McCALLUM a member of the TARALGA Committee to elect Mr EMANUEL to the Electorate of Argyle

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  132. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 7 December 1864 p 4 Advertising
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    Donald McCALLUM for Taralga Committee
    John McCALLUM for Tarlo Committee
    to elect Mr EMANUAL to Argyle Electorate for NSW Parliament

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  133. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 17 March 1869 p 1 Advertising
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    McCALLUM - Donald of TARLO NSW
    To Let
    A FARM near Tarlo, containing 320 acres of land, 30 acres of which are fenced and cleared fit for the plough, with a pre-emptive right of 960 acres. The above is splendid grass land and would depasture 1000 sheep. For further particulars apply to
    DONALD McCALLUM, Eden Valley, near Tarlo.

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  134. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 26 January 1856 p 1 Advertising
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    1856 John William CHISHOLM nominee Electorate of Argyle supported by Archibald McCallum, Malcolm McCallum, John McCallum, Donald McCallum as well as others including Ross, Cameron and McDonald families. Public notice of support from the electors of Argyle.

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  135. McCallum v. Golding.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 17 September 1885 p 5 Article
    Abstract: IN the Supreme Court on Friday the above action was tried. Mr. Pilcher, instructed by Mr. G. E. R. Jones (for Gannon and Son, of Goulburn), appeared ... 101 words
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    John McCALLUM (Goulburn NSW) sues William R GOLDING for 367 pounds 11 shillings for 49 bullocks and 2 calves sold 13 April 1885.

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  136. DEATH OF MR. JOHN M'CALLUM. GOULBURN, Wednesday.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 12 June 1902 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Mr. John M'Callum, J.P., a well-known pastoralist, of Forest Lodge. died to-day, aged 82, from rheumatism and weakness of the heart. He was a distric ... 47 words
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    McCALLUM-HARVEY/HARVIE
    John McCALLUM b 15-10-1818 Isle of Mull, Scotland, emigrant per ship BRITISH KING arrived Sydney NSW 1839
    Death 12 June 1902 of John McCALLUM )JP) of FOREST LODGE, Goulburn NSW, aged 82 from rheumatism and weakness of heart. District pioneer.
    Survived by widow Jane (nee HARVEY), 5 sons, 6 daughters.

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  137. MR. D. McCALLUM
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Friday 10 February 1928 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The death occurred in tile Goulburn District Hospital on Monday of Mr. Duncan McCapum, a well known resident of Marulan. He Was a native 129 words
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    McCALLUM-CAMERON
    Duncan McCALLUM (Death 7 Feb 1928 Marulan NSW)
    Duncan McCALLUM b 29 July 1847 Cottle Wallah NSW
    son of Malcolm McCALLUM and Isabella CAMERON
    Malcolm McCALLUM b 12-9-1814 Isle of Mull Scotland, emigrated on ship BRITISH KING from Isle of Mull Scotland, landed Sydney 1839, married Isabella CAMERON (dau of Donald CAMERON and Catherine McLEAN) at New Country Flats near Goulburn NSW. Children: Mary b 18-9-1845, Dunan 29-7-1847, Neil b 29-5-1849, Donald b 23-10-1851, Malcolm b 12-12-1853, John b 3-9-1856, Catherine b 1862, Donald Alexander Sydney ("George") b 1-4-1866, Lachlan b 6-7-1870, James b 6-7-1870
    brother of Lachlan and James McCALLUM of MARULAN Cottle Wallah (Georgiana County Crookwell district NSW) Cotton Valley/Corron Valley/Cotta Walla NSW

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  138. WEDDING McCALLUM—ROBINS
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 12 December 1925 p 4 Article
    Abstract: St. James Church, King-street, was on wednesday the scene of a pretty wedding, when Thelma, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Robins, 262 words
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    McCALLUM-ROBINS
    McCALLUM-HARVEY/HARVIE
    Dec 1925 Harvie Wylie McCALLUM marries Thelma ROBINS
    Groom: - Harvie Wylie McCALLUM born 2 March 1891 is son of William Harvey McCALLUM and Matilda WATSON
    Bride: - Thelma ROBINS only daughter of Mr

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  139. THE LATE MR. McCALLUM.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Friday 13 June 1902 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THE funeral of the late Mr. John McCallum took place yesterday afternoon, the remains being interred in the Presbyterian cemetery at Goulburn, in the ... 177 words
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    McCALLUM-HARVEY/HARVIE
    Funeral 12 June 1902 - John McCALLUM, of Forest Lodge Goulburn NSW

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  140. BOOLBURRA. (From a Correspondent.)
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Monday 19 April 1909 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Athletic sports were held here yesterday. The results follow:- Maiden Plate; 100 yards.—G. B. Brown, 1: G. Henney, 2. 263 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander selector BOOLBURRA QLD (listed 1903 QLD PO Directory, along with father John MACKENZIE. April 1909 with Mr T. PARKER removing 100 of their store bullocks to their grazing area NOREEN, on the MACKENZIE RIVER.

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  141. DUARINGA COUNCIL BIMONTHLY MEETING
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Monday 15 December 1930 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The last meeting of the year of the Duaringa Shire Council was held in Duaringa on Thursday last, there being present:—Crs. L. A. MacKenzie 1208 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander, Councillor and Chairman of bimonthly meeting DUARINGA SHIRE COUNCIL, held Thurs 11 Dec 1930. L.A. MACKENZIE (BOOLBURRA), BOLBURRA in DUARINGA SHIRE QLD

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  142. STOCK MOVEMETNS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Wednesday 6 September 1905 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The following are the latest stock movements as recorded at the office of the Inspector of Stock (Mr. F. V. H. Shepherd):— 436 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander STOCK MOVEMENT 30 Aug 1905, 6 horses from BUSHLEY to BOOLBURRA QLD

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  143. DUARINGA. (From Our Own Correspondent.)
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Monday 1 August 1927 p 5 Article
    Abstract: A meeting of the Duaringa Shire Council was held in Duaringa on July 26th, there being present—Cre. J. Dunne (chairman), J. W. M'Kenzie, L. A. 485 words
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    DUARINGA.
    A meeting of the Duaringa Shire​ CounciI was held in Duaringa on July​ 26th. 1927, there being present:- Crs. J. Dunne​ ​(chairman), J. W. McKenzie​,
    L.A. MACKENZIE....
    ​A meeting of the Leichhardt, East​ Dingo Board was held in Duaringa on the same day as the Council meeting.
    There were present:-Messrs. C. A.​ ​Barnard (chairman),
    L.. A. Mackenzie,
    J. W. McKenzie​ .....​


    Mr. L. A. Mackenzie was appointed as delegate to
    attend the annnal conference of Dingo Boards to he held in Brisbane in August and to urge that a reduction be made
    for the payment of dingo scalps.

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  144. DUARINGA COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. (From Our Own Correspondent.)
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 19 July 1941 p 7 Article
    Abstract: A meeting of the Duaringa Shire Council was held on the 10th instant. There were, present Crs. J. Danne (Chairman), E. Adams, C. Dobbs. C. A. 695 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander Absent 10 May 1928 meeting DUARINGA SHIRE COUNCIL.

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  145. DUARINGA COUNCIL'. BI-MONTHLY MEETING. (From Our Own Correspondent.)
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 23 June 1928 p 9 Article
    Abstract: The Daringa S[?]re Council held its bi-monthly meeting in Duaringa on June 14th, there being present Crs. J. Dunne (chairman), C. A. Barnard, A. 1434 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander attends 14 June 1928 meeting DUARINGA SHIRE COUNCIL.

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  146. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Friday 6 April 1906 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The following are the latest stock movements as recorded at the office of the inspector of Stock (Mr. F. F. H. [?]hepherd):— 1284 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander STOCK MOVEMENT On 31 March 1906, ​STOCK MOVEMENTS On 31 March 1906, ​350 cattle, from​ Lochnagar ​t​o Boolburra, Mr. L. A. Mackenzie owner,

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  147. PASTORAL MATTERS. LATEST STOCK MOVEMENTS. BARCALDINE, May 25.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Saturday 26 May 1906 p 10 Article
    Abstract: Following are the stock passings since last report:—50 rams from Capella to Thornleigh, James Moffat owner, F. J. Cresdee in charge; 59 cattle, from 627 words
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    MACKENZIE -Lorne Alexander STOCK MOVEMENT ​LONGREACH. -May 25;​ 1906​. Following are the latest stock movements​ as reported to the district stock inspector : 70 cows from Wee Dunrobin to​ Boolburra, Lorne Mackenzie owner, in charge.

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  148. A BUN THROUGH THE CENTRAL WEST.
    The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929) Saturday 16 December 1899 p 4 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: To show the resources that contribute in so marked a degree to the prosperity of Rockhampton. we will take an imaginary tour through a portion of the 8472 words
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    MACKENZIE - John and his son Lorne Alexander, some time after leaving Wee Dunrobin (Longreach) after drought of 1893, hauled timber for Mount Morgan mine and later (by 1903 according to 1903 Qld Post Office Directory) were selectors at BOOLBURRA.
    This article " A Run Through The Central West" describes the country round Boolburra, Duaringa, and Wallaroo timber Mill 7 miles from DUARING supplied timber to Mount Morgan mine.

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  149. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Thursday 12 November 1908 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The following are the latest stock movements as recorded at the office of the Inspector of Stock (Mr. F. F. H. Shepherd): 672 words
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    MACKENZIE STOCK MOVEMENT On the 10th instant (10 Nov 1908) : 8 cattle, from Gracemere to Boolburra, Mr. Mackenzie owner ;

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  150. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Friday 16 August 1907 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The following are the latest stock movements as recorded at the office of the Inspector of Stock (Mr. F. F. H. Sh[?]pherd):- 733 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander
    STOCK MOVEMENT
    On the 12th instant (12 August 1907) - 11 fat cows, from Morinish to CalIioran Park, Yaamba,
    Mr. Mackenzie owner
    On the 14th instant (14 Aug 1907)- 14 horses, from Boolburra to Charters Towers, Mr. L. A. Mackenzie owner :

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  151. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Friday 5 April 1907 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The following are the latest stock movements as recorded at the offer of the Inspector of Stock (Mr. F. F. H. Shepherd)" 1083 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander STOCK MOVEMENT On the 2nd instant (2 April 1907) 6 horses, from Boolburra to Miriam Vale. Mr. L. H. Mackenzie owner . [initials L.H. likely a typesetting/transcription error for L.A.

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  152. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Friday 23 August 1907 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The following me are latest stock movements as recorded at the office of the Inspector of Stock (Mr. F. F. H. Shepherd): 742 words
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    MACKENZIE STOCK MOVEMENTS On the 14th instant (14 Aug 1907) 15 bulls, from Bonnie Doon to​ Craigilee, Messrs, Mackenzie and Edgar​ owners. ​RELEVANCE TO BE CHECKED​ for John MacKenzie and his son Lorne Alexander MacKenzie

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  153. DUARINGA COUNCIL
    The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1930 - 1956) Thursday 15 October 1931 p 42 Article
    Abstract: The bi-monthly meeting of the Duaringa Shire Council was attended by, Crs. D. A. MacKenzie (Chairman), W. H. Comollatti, T. W. Conachan E. 1354 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander October 1931 DUARINGA COUNCIL The bi-monthlv meeting of the Duaringa Shire Council was attended by: Crs. L. A. MacKenzie (Chairman)

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  154. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 15 December 1908 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The following are the latest stock movements as recorded at the office of the Inspector of Stock (Mr. F. F. H. Sh[?]pherd): 945 words
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    MACKENZIE STOCK MOVEMENTS On the 7th instant (7 Dec 1908) 140 mixed cattle, from Boolburra to Tryphinia Vale, Messrs. Mackenzie and Parker owners;

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  155. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Wednesday 6 February 1907 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The following are the latest stock movements as recorded at the office of the Inspector of Stock (Mr. F.F.H. Shepherd): 2828 words
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    MACKENZIE, Lorne Alexander STOCK MOVEMENT On 28 January 1907 22 horses, from Rockhampton tn Boolburra. Mr. L. A, Mackenzie owner :

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  156. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Wednesday 30 June 1909 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The following are the latest [?] movements as recorded at the other of the Inspecteor of Sotck (Mr. F. F. H. Slepherd):— 1375 words
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    MACKENZIE STOCK MOVEMENTS On 22 June 1909: 26 Hereford bulls, from​ Gingoa, New South Wales, to Herbert Creek. Mr. Mackenzie owner

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    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 2 June 1906 p 10 Article
    Abstract: Stock passings:—4070 mixed weaners, from D[?]ler to Darr River Downs; Taylor, Fisken, and Co. owners; drover, A. Brumby. 188 rams, from Minnie Downs 1351 words
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    LONGREACH:
    Following are the latest stock movements​ as reported to the district stock inspector :—
    On May 25th 1906
    70 cows from Wee Dunrobin to Boolburra, Lome Mackenzie owner, in charge.

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    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 18 May 1909 p 3 Advertising
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    PRIME BEEF (3d.) three pence per lb.;
    one pound two and six ( £1 2s. ​6​d.)​ per 100 lb.,
    cash with o​rd​er. MACKENZIE AND PARKER, Boolburra.
    Advertising (1909, May 18)

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  159. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Wednesday 18 July 1906 p 6 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    MACKENZIE STOCK MOVEMENT On the 13th instant (13 July 1906) 16 cattle, from Bunbi to Boolburra, Messrs. Duffy and Mackenzie owners.

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    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Monday 17 May 1909 p 1 Advertising
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander PRIME BEEF (3d.) three pence per lb.; one pound two and six ( £1 2s. ​6​d.)​ per 100 lb., cash with o​rd​er. MACKENZIE AND PARKER, Boolburra. (T. PARKER and L.A. MACKENZIE, Boolburra)

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  161. DUARINGA. (From Our Own Correspondent). SHIRE COUNCIL.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 6 April 1926 p 7 Article
    Abstract: A special meeting of the Duaringa Shire Council was held on April 1st for the purpose of confirming the appointment of Mr. Charles Dobbs, of 1347 words
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    attends special meeting DUARINGA SHIRE COUNCIL 1 April 1926

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  162. DUARINGA. (From Our Own Correspondent.)
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 11 December 1920 p 12 Article
    Abstract: The last meeting of the Duaringa, Shire Council for the year was held in Duaringa on Thursday, the 2nd day of December. 1920, there being present:—H. ... 1779 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander Councillor DUARINGA SHIRE COUNCILLOR road repairs

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  163. SHIRE COUNCIL.
    The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929) Saturday 12 December 1925 p 12 Article
    Abstract: The last meeting of the Durango shire council for the year was held on Thursday last. These were present: - Messrs. C. A. Barnard (Chairman), A. 2007 words
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    MACKENZIE - Lorne Alexander Councillor, attends DUARINGA SHIRE COUNCIL meeting 10 December 1925

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  164. Advertising
    The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1892 - 1922) Tuesday 28 November 1893 p 4 Advertising
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    MACKENZIE - John,
    wife Catherine (nee MCCALLUM), sons Lorne Alexander MACKENZIE and Donald Stuart MACKENZIE, and sister-in-law Jane (Jinny) MCCALLUM
    lived at WEE DUNROBIN, JERICHO, (LONGREACH - QLD)
    property purchased by John's brother Alexander McKENZIE of "The Junction" TUENA - NSW), but worked by John and his family. Upon Alexander McKENZIE's death, his son Robert Hector McKENZIE came to Wee Dunrobin to arrange the sale of the property.
    Sale by Auction.
    Thursday, 14th December, 1893
    At 12 noon.
    THE following splendid property will be offered at Public Auction on THURSDAY, 14th December, at 12 noon, by Edward Wilson, in his Rooms, Denham Street, ROCKHAMPTON, in conjunction with Dalgety & Co. Ltd. : WEE DUNROBIN,
    situated about 55 miles north from Jericho,
    and comprising 100 square miles of good country, 69 miles of which are held under a lease which has about 19 years to run, and 31 miles of grazing right (resumed portion).
    This is well-grassed, sound sheep country ; open forest table lands, and free from spear grass ; well and permanently watered by Dunrobin and Edies Creeks and a good dam.
    The stock consists of 300 head of cattle, more or less, in good condition.
    For further particulars apply to
    DALGETY & CO. LTD.,
    Rockhampton.

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  165. PASTORAL NEWS. STOCK MOVEMENTS. QUEENSLAND.
    The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) Saturday 22 May 1897 p 12 Article
    Abstract: BLACKALL, Hay 19.—I Last week 20,000 wethers left Alice Downs bound for Wee Dunrobin, 50 miles north of Jericho, where they will remain until the dro ... 205 words
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    WEE DUNROBIN, JERICHO reference to 10 years drought 1887-1897, Wee Durobin used for adjistment. PASTORAL NEWS. STOCK MOVEMENTS. QUEENSLAND. BLACKALL, May 19. last week 20,000 wethers left Alice Downs bound for Wee Dunrobin, 50 miles north of Jericho, where they will remain until the drought breaks. Wee Dunrobin is of the very best description of desert country, and has been the salvation of thousands of Downs sheep during the droughts of the past 10 years.

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  166. THE DROUGHT.
    Warwick Argus (Qld. : 1879 - 1901) Saturday 22 May 1897 p 7 Article
    Abstract: DRY conditions continue on the Downs, and throughout the greater portion of the continent. Locally there is no immediate danger of stock losses, but ... 572 words
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    WEE DUNROBIN THE DROUGHT Central Queensland is also suffering severely. Blackall reports:- Alarming reports continue​ ​to be received of the disastrous effects of the​ drought, which bids fair to equal that of 1884​ in severity. Last week 20,000 wethers left​ Alice Downs bound for Wee Dunrobin, fifty miles north of Jericho, where they will remain​ till the drought breaks. Wee Dunrobin is of​ the very best description of desert country;​ and has been the salvation of thousands of the​ Alice Downs sheep during the droughts of the past ten years.

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  167. STOCK AND STATION REPORT. CHAMPION Office, Monday, 10 p.m.
    The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1892 - 1922) Tuesday 10 May 1892 p 6 Article
    Abstract: THE weather has slightly changed this week from clear cold days and nights to warm and cloudy weather, with the wind varying from east to north-east. ... 1255 words
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    WEE DUNROBIN, JERICHO John MACKENZIE on Wee Dunrobin ?1891-1893 Accoring to Keith McKENZIE in his book "They Paved The Way" A history of the McKENZIE/MACKENZIE family in NSW and Qld) 1891 ​ In 1891 John MacKENZIE decided to come to Queensland and he acquired Wee Dunrobin, a property in the Jericho district. He was somewhat unfortunate, ​they endured three years of drought and sustained heavy losses ​in​ the big drought of 1893. This article on TROVE 1892: Our Aramac correspondent writes on May 7:- The days and nights are cool now, and not at all like what we had to endure a short time ago. Rain is badly wanted in many places, and if it does not soon fall, stock will not be able to travel on a good many routes, and a few stations will have to remove their stock, as Mr. Dixon, of Strasburg, had to do. His cattle are now on Wee Dunrobin.

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  168. BARCALDINE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 4 August 1891 p 5 Article
    Abstract: August has opened well for rain. The week kept fine until Friday, when a change appeared imminent, the sky becoming covered with clouds during the da ... 2208 words
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    MACKENZIE - John Mr. John McKenzie and family from New .South Wales, passed through .Jericho last week to take over the cattle station known as Wee Dunrobin, which has been from Mr. Sutherland, with the view of converting it into a sheep run.

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    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 2 April 1898 p 627 Advertising
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    MACKENZIE - John WEE DUNROBIN, JERICHO, QLD purchased 1891 by Alexander McKenzie and his brother John from Mr SUTHERLAND John MacKenzie left Wee Dunrobin when it was sold as part of his brother Alexander McKenzie's deceased estate in 1893. It was then purchased by Mr Sutherland and in 1898 owner identified in an advert as being Mr Jos SUTHERLAND.

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  170. Stock Movements and state of The Weather.
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 29 May 1897 p 7 Article
    Abstract: In his "General Remarks" on Tuesday, Mr. Wragge says:—The nucleus of a new high-pressure system, which has put in an appearance from the Indian Ocean ... 1315 words
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    Wee Dunrobin Station used for agistment of stock from other stations during drought of 1887-1897

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  171. JERICHO. (From Our Own Correspondent.)
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 17 October 1905 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The wool season being now in full swing, our little town has awakened once more. Shearing at Garfield, Woollalah, Rosedale, and Gramville have follow ... 484 words
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    MACKENZIE - John purchase of BLAIRGOWRIE in Jericho district QLD, in October 1905 (or possibly Sept 1905)

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  172. THE BLAIRGOWRIE MURDER. HOW THE TRAGEDY TOOK PLACE. (By Telegraph from Our Correspondent.) BARCALDINE, June 11.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Friday 12 June 1903 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Further details of the murder of Mrs. Tuckerman, of Blairgowrie station, by her husband, show that when Mr. Cudmore left Blairgowrie on Monday at 1 o ... 487 words
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    BLAIRGOWRIE PASTORAL STATION near Jericho QLD, six miles from WEE DUNROBIN PASTORAL STATION. John MACKENZIE ran Wee Dunrobin 1891-1893, then went to Rockhampton, Mt Morgan, Bollburra, then purchased BLAIRGOWRIE in October 1905.

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  173. ARAMAC. (From Our Own Correspondent.)
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 8 July 1905 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The stock movements are:—1450 mixed weaners, from Nogo to Blairgowrie. Messrs. Mackenzie Brothers owners 3400 weathers from Culloden to Barcaldine. M ... 265 words
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    MACKENZIE BROTHERS July 1905 stock movement from Nogo to BLAIRGOWRIE (Jericho QLD)

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  174. Advertising
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 18 November 1882 p 4 Advertising
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    McCALLUM - Donald (junior) his 2nd wife Catherine (nee CAMERON) Wanted, A COOK. Apply, Mrs. D. McCALLUM, Union Club Hotel Note: 1882-83 Goulburn and District Directory lists: Donald McCALLUM (senior) hotelkeeper, Union Club Hotel, Sloane Street, Goulburn. His son Donald McCALLUM (junior) is at Craig St Goulburn. The reference in this ad for a cook placed by Mrs D. McCALLUM would be to Donald junior's wife, Catherine (nee CAMERON), as Mr Donald senior's wife, Catherine (nee SINCLAIR) died on 1-6-1877 in Grafton St Goulburn. Prior to moving to Goulburn, Donald senior farmed "Ironbark".

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    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Saturday 21 May 1881 p 2 Advertising
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    WANTED, A MUSIC-TEACHER (Piano) for country town. For particulars apply to Mns. D. McCALLUM, Union Club Hotel, Sloane-st., Goulburn

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    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 30 June 1881 p 3 Advertising
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    McCALLUM - Donald Mrs Donald McCALLUM (junior) nee Catherine CAMERON Mr Donald McCALLUM (senior) first licensee of union Club Hotel 1881-1884, he died 18-8-1884 Sloane St Goulburn NSW, his wife Catherine nee SINCLAIR predeceased him on 1-6-1877 Grafton St Goulburn Wanted. GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. McCALLUM, Union Club Hotel.

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    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Saturday 14 May 1881 p 2 Advertising
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    McCALLUM - Donald

    Donald McCALLUM (senior) Hotelkeeper, Union Club Hotel (1881-1884)
    Mrs Donald McCALLUM (junior) nee Catherine CAMERON
    WANTED,
    A MILLINER and DRESSMAKER for a country town.. Apply to Mrs. D. McCALLUM,
    Union Club Hotel, Sloane.street.

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  178. SAD BEREAVEMENT.
    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Thursday 21 July 1881 p 2 Article
    Abstract: AN inquest was held at Mr. D. McCallum's Union Club Hotels, Sloane-street, last evening, before Mr. A. M. Bet[?]s, coroner, on the body of Ger[?]de M ... 625 words
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    room at his Union Club Hotel used for inquest into death of Gertrude M. Cambourne. Neither McCALLUM nor his hotel involved in the case, simply that Mr A. M. BETTS, Coroner needed a venue to hold the inquest.

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  179. ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 21 April 1881 p 2 Article
    Abstract: FOR the granting of publicans' licenses was held at noon on Tuesday. Donald Mc Callum applied for a license for the Temperance Hotel in Sloane street ... 159 words
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    McCALLUM - Donald granted publican's licence Tues 19 April 1881, Union Club Hotel (formerly Temperance Hotel) Sloane St Goulburn NSW

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    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 19 May 1885 p 3 Advertising
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    McCALLUM - Donald (senior) 1806-1877, sale of property "Ironbark" TARLO NSW in 1885. Ironbark selected by the late Donald McCALLUM

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  181. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Thursday 22 March 1883 p 2 Article
    Abstract: TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. J. GALLAGHER.—In the list of subscriptions, the following was omitted: —Rev. Father C[?]rr, £3 3/. The amount collected by Mr ... 752 words
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    Licensing Court.—Mr. Betts made application on behalf of Duncan McCallum, of the Union Club Hotel, Sloane-street, for a transfer of his license to Samuel Connor. The application was granted. The first licensee of Union Club Hotel was Donald McCALLUM, to be confirmed if a Duncan McCallum holds it in 1883 instead of Donald McCALLUM (senior) 1806-1877

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  182. TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday, 7 p.m.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Saturday 3 November 1888 p 5 Article
    Abstract: THE conference between the masters and the men at Newcastle is proceeding satisfactory. The miners' delegates have accepted the masters' proposal for ... 572 words
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    Formation of Goulbourn Branch Highland Soiciety D McCALLUM attends meeting To be confirmed which individual this is.

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    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Thursday 14 July 1881 p 1 Advertising
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    UNION CLUB HOTEL, SLOANE-STREET, GOULBURN . D. McCALLUM BEGS respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Goulburu and surrounding Districts that he has rented those large and commodious Premises In Sloane-street (opposite Messrs. Furner and Sons), now known as the UNION CLUB HOTEL, Where he hopes by civility, strict attention to busi- ness, and keeping none but the Very Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beers, To merit a share of public patronage. He also begs to inform them that, through special arrangements which he has made, he is enabled to guarantee to Travellers and the public generally EVERY ACCOMMODATION conducive to their comfort, and is determined to moke the UNION CLUB HOTEL second to none in the city. First-class Stabling. Charges Strictly Moderate. D. McCALLUM, PROPRIETOR

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    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 7 March 1882 p 2 Advertising
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    Wanted. A COOK; also, a HOUSEMAID. Apply Mrs. McCALLUM, Union Club Hotel, Goulburn

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  185. Family Notices
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Thursday 20 March 1884 p 3 Family Notices
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    McCALLUM - Donald (senior) son of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine FERGUSSON husband of Catherine SINCLAIR all emigrants from Isle of Mull, Scotland aboard BRITISH KING landed at the Immigrant Buildings, Bent Street, Sydney New South Wales, Australia on 4 March 1839.. One of his daughters, Anne, married John SIMONS in 1867.

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  186. GOULBURN LICENSING COURT.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Saturday 23 August 1884 p 3 Article
    Abstract: A SPECIAL meeting of this court was held on Thursday before Messrs. Alexander, Mackellar, and Horsbrugh, licensing magistrates, for the purpose of he ... 1948 words
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    McCALLUM - SIMONS Depositions by James SIMONS licensee of Commercial Hotel Goulburn NSW, his wife Margaret SIMONS (nee McCALLUM) and Margaret's sister Elizabeth McCALLUM who served occasionally as barmaid. 21 Aug 1884 special meeting of Goulburn Licensing Court on 21 Aug 1884 on charge of serving alcohol on Sunday 10 Aug 1884. Case dismissed. Margaret SIMONS (nee McCALLUM) b 1840 and Elizabeth McCALLUM b 1847 are daughters of Donald McCALLUM (senior) and Catherine SINCLAIR.

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  187. TOWN & COUNTRY
    Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954) Tuesday 29 January 1918 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Mr. D. O'Gormon left for Brisbane by the Wyreema last night. Mr. McLeod (Edmonton) was a visitor to Cairns yesterday. 752 words
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    The Mayor of Rockhampton received information that Private Donald Sinclair McCallum, previously reported wounded, was now reported wounded and missing on October 12, 1917.

    Donald Sinclair McCALLUM service number 3177A, 47th Battalion AIF, subsequently reported killed 12 Oct 1917 First Battle of Passchendaele Belgium, no known surviving grave although note on service file reports field of enquiry gave a map reference for a battlefield burial.
    EXACT LOCATION of where Donald Sinclair MACCALLUM fell in midst of battle:
    "​According to a Proceedings of Court of Inquiry in the field on 11 March 1918,
    Donald was killed in action 12 October-1917. (Australian Section 3rd Echelon G.H.Q. British Expeditionary Force) and was buried 1000 yards SW. of Passchendaele and 1000 yards NE of Zonnebeke. (Ref: Sh 28 N.E. D18ac D17 GD V.R1 [Sh 10]).​ Red Cross Wounded and Missing Enquiries Bureau file "​AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS WOUNDED AND MISSING ENQUIRY BUREAU file.
    accessed the file at
    https://www.awm.gov.au/images/collection/pdf/RCDIG1046239--1-.pdf

    On page 2 (first page after cover page) there is a report by 5273 Private W.J. BRIDGES D Company 47th Btn. stating he knew Donald Sinclair MACCALLUM of Company C, 47th Btn, and saw him fall on 12 October after they "hopped over at daybreak" (i.e. went over the top of the trench) . "Just after they had started MacCallum was killed outright by a shell" (i.e. as they commenced the advance towards the enemy). BRIDGES stated he "was about 2 or 3 men away from him (MACCALLUM)" but it was "quite impossible" for BRIDGES to "investigate further as he (BRIDGES) had to continue in the advance and he heard nothing further about him (MACCALLUM)".
    In Craig Deayton's book ​"Battle Scarred: The 47th Battalion in the First World War",Big Sky Publishing, 2011, ISBN: 978-0-9870574-0-2 | Hardback | Pages: 416 | Price (incl. GST): $34.99
    He has included as "MAP 9 Passchendaele 12 October 1917" a map which shows the battlefield positions of the 47th Battalion on the 12 October 1917. He includes a description from the 47th Btn's RMO describing how "on 12 October the attack (by the allies) started at daybreak and at once a heavy barrage fell on all the forward area. Almost all the men attached to headquarters were killed or wounded." This confirms Bridge's eyewitness account that soon after going over the top the men ​of the 47th ​were met with a barrage, and Donald Sinclair McCALLUM (Clair) was caught in this initial onslaught of bombing by the Germans.




    Commemorated on Menin Gate Ypres Belgiun, St Andrew's Presbyterian Church WW1 memorial marble tablet Rockhampton Qld (unveiled 1920) and Alton Downs Memorial Qld.

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  188. PERSONAL.
    Leader (Orange, NSW : 1912 - 1922) Monday 28 January 1918 p 5 Article
    Abstract: We regret having to report the illness of Mr. S. Plowman, who was forced to take to his bed on Saturday, Dr. J. K. Freyer is in attendance, and 207 words
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    Donald Sinclair McCALLUM (3177A 47th Battalion enlisted Emerald QLD)
    brother of Alma Susanna McATAMNEY (nee McCALLUM)
    brother-in-law of John McATAMNEY licensee of Central Hotel, Orange NSW

    Mrs. J. McAtamney, of the Central Hotel, Orange, has been informed that her brother,
    Private D. S. McCallum,
    previously reported wounded, is now stated to be on the list of missing. The young soldier enlisted from Queensland.

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  189. SOLDIERS' TABLET.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Monday 30 August 1920 p 10 Article
    Abstract: "In grateful remembrance to those who went out from us and came not back" is inscribed on a large tablet of Ulam white marble below a beautiful white 552 words
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    DS McCALLUM inscribed on St.Andrew's Presbyterian Church Rockhampton QLD SOLDIERS' TABLET.
    "In grateful remembrance to those who went out from us and came not back "
    is inscribed on a large tablet of Ulam white marble below a beautiful white representation of the rising sun standing out in relief, with a wreath of laurel on each side, the names appearing under the inscription being those of R. Anderson, J. Blair, W. M. Cameron, R. R. Fraser, A. D. G. Fraser, L. M. Fraser, W. Gourlay, J. C. Hay, A. H. V. Kavanagh, W. A. Macintosh, D. S. McCALLUM, R. McLean, A.
    McLean, G. McMaster, C. M. Mowat, J.
    Pilcher, A. G. Richardson, G. A. Rutherford, G. E. Sherwin, D. J. Sinclair, J. C. Skimming, P. F. M. Stuart, C. M. Tarling,
    and G. H. Tarling, all members of St. Andrew's Church, who lost their lives in the Great War, 1914-19." At the foot of the tablet there is another inscription " And so they passed over and all the trumpets sounded for them on the other side."

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  190. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ST. ANDREW'S MEMORIAL. UNVEILING BY MODERATOR GENERAL.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Monday 30 August 1920 p 10 Article
    Abstract: The Right Rev. John Walker, of Ballarat, Victoria, Moderator-General of the Presbyterian Church of Australia, delivered the sermon at the eleven o'cl ... 1228 words
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    McCALLUM - Donald Sinclair
    son of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine SINCLAIR
    born 20 June 1889 Parkes/Orange NSW,
    died 12 October 1917, Passchendaele Belgium, service number 3177A 47th Battalion

    29 August 1920 unveiling of WW1 memorial names inscribed included:
    D S McCALLUM
    PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
    ST. ANDREW'S MEMORIAL.
    UNVEILING BY MODERATOR
    GENERAL.
    The Right Rev. John Walker, of Ballarat, Victoria, Moderator-General of the Presbyterian Church of Australia, delivered the sermon at the eleven o'clock service of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church yesterday

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  191. E. QUINN WINS RIFLE CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
    The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954) Wednesday 28 July 1954 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Trophies won by Inverell riflemen over the past year were presented at the annual smoko on Friday night. 451 words
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    Donald StClair McCALLUM (Inverell NSW), captain of the Inverell Rifle Club, wins 1954 Wade-O'Brien Points Cup for rifle shooting. Annual presentations at a "smoko" night of Friday 23 July 1954.

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  192. [?]T MA[?]D Trespassing stock Officer's Activities Charcoal Burning Grazing Permits
    The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954) Monday 29 June 1942 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The usual meeting of the Inverell Postures Protection Board was held on Friday when a large amount of business was transacted. This included a report ... 2517 words
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    Donald StClair McCALLUM (Inverell NSW) The annual meeting of the Inverell Pastures Protection Board was held on Friday 26 June 1942, when a large amount of business was transacted. This included: D. S. McCallum applied for a bee site on reserve parish Eden, on Tingha-Guyra road.

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  193. Apiculture
    The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954) Friday 3 March 1939 p 10 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    APICULTURE
    Three jars light honey: D S McCallum 1., Stephen Bros 2

    Yellow beeswax: Stephen Bros. 1., D. S. McCallum 2.

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  194. LATE SPORT RIFLE SHOOTING
    The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954) Wednesday 8 April 1953 p 2 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    Donald StClair McCALLUM (Inverell NSW) LATE SPORT RIFLE SHOOTING Inverell prize-winners at Tamworth included: 300 YARDS A-GRADE D. S. McCallum 33, £1; E. A. Tayles, 31, F. Dasey 29, each 10 -. 500 YARD A-GRADE F. Dasey 33. E. A. Tayles 33. each 15/ -; D. McCallum, 33, 10/-. Sunday aggregate: A. Tayles, 65, 15/-; F. Dasey, 64, 10/-.

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  195. INVERELL HOSPITAL Financing New Bulding Donations Total £848
    The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954) Friday 12 April 1935 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    Donald StClair McCALLUM (Inverell NSW) April 1935 donation of 10 shillings to new building for Inverell District Hospital

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  196. STOCK AND STATION NEWS. BARCALDINE, May 8.
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 18 May 1907 p 10 Article
    Abstract: Stock movements :—2200 mixed weaners from Tower Hill to Blackall, Eustace King owner, Fred O'Leary in charge; 3875 mixed weaners from Bexley to Blair ... 2155 words
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    John MACKENZIE-Catherine McCALLUM of Blairowrie, near Jericho QLD STOCK MOVEMENT STOCK AND STATION NEWS. BARCALDINE, May 8, 1907. 3875 mixed weaners from Bexley to Blairgowrie, John Mackenzie owner, James Forrest in charge

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  197. Longreach and District. Weather and Commercial. LONGREACH BRANCH OFFICE. Friday.
    The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1892 - 1922) Saturday 4 January 1908 p 8 Article
    Abstract: ON Friday of last week good rain fell in this district, the best being out at Strathdarr. Good rain was experienced up the river, and this and the ra ... 456 words
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    John MACKENZIE-Catherine McCALLUM of Blairgowrie, near Jericho QLD STOCK MOVEMENTS 1200 ewes and lambs from Cleeve to Blairgowrie, A. Mackenzie owner, Amos Pedwell in charge ; 1800 wethers from Yanburra to Blairgowrie, same owner, T. Ward in charge;

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  198. Latest from Longreach. BY TELEGRAM. LONGREACH. Friday evening.
    The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1892 - 1922) Sunday 21 October 1906 p 9 Article
    Abstract: HEAVY rain fell at Tocal on Wednesday night. Sufficient rain fell at Westland last night to block the shearing there to-day. Showery conditions 304 words
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    John MACKENZIE - Catherine McCALLUM of Blairgowrie, near Jericho QLD
    STOCK MOVEMENT

    107 mixed cattle from Boggabri to Blairgowrie, W. Mackenzie owner, J. Forrest in charge;
    John and W MACKENZIE operated Blairgowrie as MACKENZIE BROTHERS

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  199. DOGS AT THE SYDNEY SHOW.
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 20 April 1901 p 791 Article
    Abstract: At the Sydney Royal Agricultural Society's Show, held during Easter week, the dog section was fairly well filled. Mr. Court Rice had a large contract ... 973 words
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    Relevance to be determined John MACKENZIE Terrier.—Scottish, dog : L. L. Ramsay's Liryclea Hedgehog, 1 and champion. Bitch : John Mackenzie's Champion Torridon Royalty, 1 and champion.

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  200. CLERMONT. (From Our Own Correspondent.)
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Tuesday 23 October 1906 p 5 Article
    Abstract: A meeting of the Belyando Marsupid Board was held on Wednesday afternoon. There were present:—Messrs. J. M'Cormack (Chairman). A. Small, and T. Chalk ... 374 words
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    CLERMONT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A meeting of the Belyando Marsupial Board was hold on Wednesday afternoon….. An offer was received from Mr. John Mackenzie, of Blairgowrie, to pay an additional 3s. per scalp for dingoes killed in the Belyando district around Albro, Surbiton, and Hobartville. The offer was discussed; but it was decided that as Mr. Mackenzie was outside the district, there was no practical way of accepting his offer.

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  201. IN THE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND "DESERT" COUNTRY.-II. THROUGH THE "DESERT" COUNTRY.-II. FROM JERICHO TO PENTLAND.
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 12 August 1905 p 21 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Next day Mr. William Grambauer, one of the pioneers of these parts, was called upon at Rosedale. Mr. Grambauer arrived in January, 1875, taking up th ... 336 words
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    Blairgowrie, also a sheep station, adjoining Rosedale, is owned by Mr. MacKenzie. This is first-class sheep country; some wethers sold from the run recently commanded very high prices.

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  202. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Friday 2 June 1905 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The following are the latest stock movements as recorded at the office of the Inspector of Stock (Mr. F. F. H. Shepherd):— 708 words
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    On the 15th of May: 654 wethers, from Blairgowrie lo Lake's Creek, L. A. Mackenzie owner.

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  203. OUR NEIGHBOURS. TOWNSVILLE, May 8.
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 23 May 1914 p 15 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Wilson, manager of Heddingley station, arrived by the Wyrcema on Wednesday, en route to the West.—Mr. and Mrs. J. Allingham, Fletcher Vale, have 807 words
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    The marriage of Mr. Hugh Rule, of Speculation, Jericho, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Rule, formerly of Rockhampton, to Miss Lillian Maccallum, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Donald Maccallum, of Tarlo, New South Wales, and niece of Mr. and Mrs. John Mackenzie, of Blairgowrie, Jericho, is arranged to take place in June

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  204. OUR SOLDIERS. KILLED.
    Leader (Orange, NSW : 1912 - 1922) Friday 3 May 1918 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Pte, A. Bergin, son of Mr. Patrick Bergin, of Amaroo, was killed in action on Aprllu 5th, He was a member of the 52nd Batalllon, 98 words
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    Private Clarie (sic) McCallum brother of Mrs. J. MacAtamney of Summer-street, previously reported missing, is now officially stated to have been killed in action. He was a native of the Parkes district, and enlisted from Queensland. His length of service was just a year, and his age 21 years. NOTE: There is a typo in the article: Mrs John MacAtamaney of Summer St Orange (nee Alma Sussana McCALLUM) was daughter of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine SINCLAIR. Her brother was Donald Sinclair McCALLUM (service number 3177A 47th Btn), affectionately known as "Clair" (NOT "Clarie"). NOTE: On his Attestation form he wrote his surname as MACCALLUM.

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  205. PERSONAL.
    Leader (Orange, NSW : 1912 - 1922) Friday 23 November 1917 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. Ireland, of Dubbo, whose reputation as a violinist is known far and wide, will be heard at the Commercial travellers' concert on the 9th 913 words
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    Donald Sinclair McCALLUM (3177A 47th Btn) known as Clair NB Attestation paper has surname as MACCALLUM Mrs J. McAtamney, of the Central Hotel, Summer-st, has received word that her brother, Private Donald McCallum, has been wounded in France, but no particulars accompany the notification. Pte. McCallum is a native of Parkes, which town he left in his boyhood, and took up his residence in Queensland, enlisting from the northern State early in the war.

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  206. STOCK STATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION Office, Saturday, 3 p.m.
    The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1892 - 1922) Monday 10 July 1905 p 6 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    John MACKENZIE - Catherine McCALLUM of Blairgowrie, Jericho QLD MR. Mackenzie, of Blairgowrie, is calling tenders to put down two tanks on that run

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  207. Advertising
    The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1892 - 1922) Monday 17 July 1905 p 10 Advertising
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    John MACKENZIE - Catherine McCALLUM of Blairgowrie, Jericho QLD
    To Tank-sinkers and Others,
    TENDERS are solicited for the Sinking of TWO TANKS, one 8000 (eight thousand) yards, and one 2500 (two thousand five hundred) yards. Plenty of feed.
    Tenders close August 7th, 1905. The
    lowest or any other tender not necessarily adopted.
    For full particulars apply to
    ALEXANDER MACKENZIE,
    Blairgowrie, Jericho

    BLAIRGOWRIE run by "MACKENZIE BROTHERS"

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  208. Advertising
    The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1892 - 1922) Monday 10 July 1905 p 5 Advertising
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    Blairgowrie Jericho QLD
    Water tanks to be sunk - tenders called by Alexander MACKENZIE

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  209. STOCK MOVEMENTS.
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 3 February 1906 p 14 Article
    Abstract: BLACKALL, Jan. 27.—Stock passings: 10,500 mixed sheep from Strathdarr to Springsure, Melbourne Trust Company owners, J.W. Holmes drover. 904 words
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    BLAIRGOWRIE, Jericho QLD STOCK MOVEMENTS 3000 mixed sheep from Springvale to Blairgowrie, A. MacKenzie owner, R. MacKenzie in charge ; 600 wethers from Barcaldine Downs to Daandine, British and Australian Trust and Loan Company owners, MacKenzie in charge ;

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  210. SALE OF BLAIRGOWRIE GRAZING FARM.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 3 September 1904 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Attention is directed to the fact that Messrs. Denham Brothers will offer for sale at auction, at noon on Tuesday next, at Shakespeare's Hotel, Barea ... 99 words
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    DESCRIPTION OF BLAIRGOWRIE, Grazing farm offered for sale by action, purchased by Alexander MACKENZIE (The Junction, Tuena NSW) and run by his brother John MACKENZIE Attention is directed to the fact that Messrs. Denham Brothers will offer for sale at auction, at noon on Tuesday next, at Shakespeare's Hotel, Barcaldine, the grazing farm known as Blairgowrie. The farm is distant about forty miles from Jericho and comprises about 40,000 acres of open desert country It carries now about 1100 ewes, 1820 fat wethers, weaners, and lambs, and twenty horses. The lease has a seventeen years' currency and the rent payable is ½d. per acre per annum.

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  211. SALE OF CRAZING FARMS.
    Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954) Saturday 17 September 1904 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Messrs. Denham Brothers report the sale, privately, of Blairgowrie and Eka grazing farms, with all stock, plant, and improvements, to Mr. A. M'Kenzie ... 36 words
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    PURCHASE OF BLAIRGOWRIE, Jericho QLD by Alexander McKENZIE of "The Junction" Tuena, NSW.
    This property worked with his brother John MACKENZIE where John resided with his wife Catherine (nee McCALLUM), his sister-in-law Jane (Jinny) McCALLUM.
    NB the difference in spelling of the surname was a personal preference, the NSW branch used McKENZIE, the QLD branch used MACKENZIE
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    SALE OF GRAZING FARMS.
    Messrs. Denham Brothers report the sale, privately, of Blairgowrie and Eka grazing farms, with all stock, plant, and improvements, to Mr. A. McKenzie, of Tuena, New South Wales.

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  212. STOCK STATION & COMMERICAL CHAMPION Office, Saturday, 4 p.m.
    The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1892 - 1922) Monday 19 September 1904 p 6 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    BLAIRGOWRIE, Jericho QLD 15 Sept 1904 purchased by Alexander McKENZIE of "The Junction", Tuena NSW, along with EKA grazing farm. MESSRS. Denham Bros., Rockhampton, report under date 15th inst.(15 Sept 1904) having privately sold Blairgowrie and Eka grazing farms with all stock and plant to Mr. A. McKenzie, Tuena, N.S.W., at a satisfactory figure.

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  213. Annual Leases Granted.
    Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal (NSW : 1851 - 1904) Wednesday 16 November 1892 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The leases specified hereunder hare been granted for 1893 :— LAND DISTRICT OF BATHURST. Thomas Durack, Bathurst, parish Balfour 610 words
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    Alexander McKENZIE of "The Junction" TUENA, NSW, brother of John MACKENZIE . John married Catherine McCALLUM. John and Catherine moved to Queensland in 1891, living on Wee Dunrobin, at Mount Morgan, and on Blairgowrie, and Laurel Bank where Catherine died. John moved to Rockhampton with his wife's sister Jane (Jinny) McCALLUM who had lived with Catherine (prior to her marriage to John) because their mother died.

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  214. Wedding Bells. McKENZIE— HAYTER.
    Robertson Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1923) Tuesday 11 September 1906 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The marriage of Mr. Alexander McKenzie, P., grazier, Tuena, to Miss U. J. E. Hayer, second daughter of Mr. J. T. Hayter, lock View, Robertson, took p ... 698 words
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    Marriage of Alexander McKENZIE of "The Junction", Tuena NSW to Una Jane E HAYTER.
    Alexander is brother of John MACKENZIE of Blairgowrie QLD. Blairgowrie was purchased by Alexander but run by John.

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  215. The Late Mr. A. McKenzie PROBATE OF WILL'. REQUESTS TO RELATIVES SYDNEY, Tuesday.
    National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954) Wednesday 21 June 1916 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The will of the late Mr. Alexander McKenzie, grazier, of "The Junction, Tuena, has been lodged for probate. He died on February 2, and left an 212 words
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    Alexander McKENZIE of "The Junction", Tuena NSW dies 2 February 1916.
    Brother of John MACKENZIE . He leaves John a bequest of cash. His 2 grazing properties in Queensland (Blairgowrie and Uke in QLD ) are left to his brother Kenneth. Blairgowrie and Uke were purchased by Alexander on 15 Sept 1904, and his brother John lived at and worked the property.
    Details bequest to Alexander's wife Una Jane McKENZIE (nee Una Jane E HAYTER)

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  216. TUENA. DEATH OF A NOTABLE RESIDENT.
    Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954) Monday 7 February 1916 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Alexander McKenzie died during last night. He was seized with a paralytic stroke yesterday about mid-day, and hemorrhage of the brain supervened. ... 254 words
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    DEATH 2 February 1916 of Alexander McKENZIE of "The Junction", Tuena NSW
    owner of "Blairgowrie" Jericho QLD.
    Brother of John MACKENZIE. John lived at and worked "Blairgowrie" with his wife Catherine MACKENZIE (nee McCALLUM)

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  217. Personal
    National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954) Thursday 3 February 1916 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The dealt is announced of Mr. James Hartnett, junr., at the age of 18 years. The deceased had only been ill a few days. The cause of 119 words
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    Alexander "Sandy" McKENZIE of The Junction, Tuena, NSW, a BACHELOR, dies night of 1 Feb 1916.

    Not to be confused with Alexander McKENZIE of The Junction, Tuena NSW who died on night of 2 Feb 1916, a MARRIED man whose wife was Una Jane McKENZIE (nee Una Jane E HAYTER)

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  218. PERSONAL.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Saturday 4 March 1916 p 6 Article
    Abstract: A cable message received from London last night states that Mr. P.F. Warner had sunered a relapse on Sunday. It was thought that an operation upon hi ... 1121 words
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    The death is reported of Mr. Alexander McKenzie, of The Junction station, Abercrombie, one of the best-known pastoralists in the Tuena (New South Wales) district. The deceased gentleman spent large sums in improving his property in the district, and gave employment to a big percentage of the inhabitants of Tuena and Abercrombie. He also owned station properties in the Longreach district of Queensland. [NOTE by A McCALLUM: Longreach = Jericho , i.e. “Blairgowrie” and “Uke”]

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  219. MILLTHORPE ITEMS. MILLTHORPE, Monday night.
    National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954) Tuesday 13 June 1893 p 3 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    Donald McCALLUM junior (son of Donald McCALLUM senior and Catherine SINCLAIR; grandson of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine FERGUSSON). Donald McCALLUM junior and 2nd wife Catherine CAMERON worked as railway attendant at Millthorpe NSW for a few years. Possible that this reference to D. McCALLUM, member of Millthorpe tug of war team, may be relevant to Donald McCALLUM junior.

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  220. COMMERCIAL. Farm and General Produce.
    Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 5 May 1894 p 43 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    John McCALLUM, Forest Lodge, near Goulburn NSW 27 April 1894 Fat Cattle sale

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  221. Advertising
    National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954) Wednesday 25 March 1896 p 3 Advertising
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    J McCALLUM, Dubbo NSW, sale of Macquarie Brewery RELEVANCE TO BE DETERMINED. MACQUARIE BREWERY, DUBBO, N. MULLER HAS pleasure in announcing to his numerous old customers in the aerated Water, &c. business, that he has PURCHASED THE ABOVE BUSINESS from Mr. J. McCallum, and having secured the services of a first-class English brewer, with experience in the colonies, will be found to turn out a first-class article. All orders punctually attended to, and quality Guaranteed. NARCISSE MULLER, Proprietor.

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  222. Advertising
    Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal (NSW : 1851 - 1904) Saturday 7 November 1885 p 3 Advertising
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    Donald McCALLUM junior Station attendant at Millthorpe Railway Station for a few years before trandsfer to Parkes with 2nd wife Catherine CAMERON and 7 children. Donald died at Parkes 1896 (aneurism and oedema), his wife died at Parkes 1898 (typhoid fever) TIENDERS will be reoeived at this Office until 11 o'clock on Tuesday, the 17th November, from persons willing to contraot for the construction and erection complete of a Passenger Station at Millthorpe, on the Great Western Railway. Plan may be seen, and copies of specification, form of Tender, schedule of quantities, and further particulars obtained, at the Office of the Engineer for Existing Railways, 44, Phillip-street, Sydney, up to and including the 6th November, and at the Office of the District Engineer, Bathurst, on and alter the 7th November.. Tenders to be endorsed " Tender for erection of Passenger Station at Millthorpe, Great Western Railway." The Commissioner does not bind himself to aocept tho lowest or any Tender. CHAS. A. G00DCHAP, Commissioner for Railways

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  223. Millthorpe.
    The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Saturday 27 July 1895 p 181 Article
    Abstract: Our illustrations will be of interest, depicting as they do a rising and important township. It is situated about eight miles from Blayney and about ... 364 words
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    MILLTHORPE 1895 - July DESCRIPTION MILLTHORPE Our illustrations will be of interest, depicting as they do a rising and important township. It is situated about eight miles from Blayney and about 12 m'les from Orange. It is a post town, with railway station, telegraph and money-order office, savings bank ; a branch of tbe Bank of New South Wales i3 a1 so one of the institutions of the placp. Millthorpe is situated on Brav's Creek, a branch, or, rather, the head, of Brown's Creek, a tributary to the Belubula River, 179 miles N. W. of Sydney. It is in the county of Bathurst and police and electoral district of Orange. In addition to the buildings named it has a Public school, Church of England and Wesleyan places of worship, one hotel, a mill, two general stores, and a Good Templars' Hall. Formahon, limestone. Soil is a red loam, and the district, which has about 300 res dents, is reputed to be one of the best wheat-growing localities in the colony. It is found rather cold and wet for sheep and cattle, being 3138ft. above sea level. Tbe local newspaper is the Millthorpe Advertiser.

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  224. IN AND AROUND MILLTHORPE.
    The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Saturday 27 July 1895 p 182 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: View of the Town. Church of England. Street View. A Load of Wheat. 30 words
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    MILLTHORPE NSW Railway Station where Donald McCallum junior was a railway attendant PHOTOS/ILLUSTRAIONS

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  225. Advertising
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 28 February 1895 p 2 Advertising
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    John McCALLUM Esq of "Forest Lodge" near Goulburn NSW sells 100 prime fat sheep at Homebush Saleyards 28 Feb 1895

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  226. Advertising
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 6 June 1895 p 2 Advertising
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    J W McCALLUM (Goulburn NSW) sale of 30 extra prime fat calves sold 6 June 1895

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  227. No. 15. LIST OF LETTERS RETURNED FROM THE COUNTRY, AND NOW LYING AT THIS OFFICE UNCLAIMED.
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Thursday 26 June 1890 [Issue No.339 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 4951 Government Gazette Notices
    Extract: General Post Office, Sydney} 15th May, 1890. No. 15. LIST OF LETTERS RETURNED FROM THE COUNTRY, AND NOW LYING AT THIS OFFICE UNCLAIMED. PARTIES applying for ... 40536 words
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    D McCALLUM (Blayney) unclaimed letter June 1890 Relevance to be determined

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  228. The Hare Pest. OUR FARMERS TROUBLED.
    Molong Express and Western District Advertiser (NSW : 1887 - 1954) Saturday 15 September 1888 p 3 Article
    Abstract: AN important meeting of the local Pastures and Stock Protection Board was held on Tuesday last, there being present Messrs. H. S. M. Bette (chairman) ... 369 words
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    Jane Lillian Jennings McCALLUM (Lillian) was born in MOLONG NSW in 1988, this item re D McCALLUM (Brymedura) present at Molong Pastures Protection Board meeting may or may not be relevant to Donald McCallum junior married to 2nd wife Catherine CAMERON, mother of Lillian born Molong NSW 1888.

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  229. Land Sale.
    Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal (NSW : 1851 - 1904) Tuesday 23 August 1892 p 2 Article
    Abstract: On Wednesday, the 19th day of October, 1892, the following country lots will be submitted to auction at the Crown Lands' Office, Bathurst. The upset ... 639 words
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    D McCALLUM, portion 160, land at Bathurst NSW relevance to Donald McCALLUM junior whose daughters to 2nd wife were born in Bathurst, is to be determined Alma b 1884, Sophy b 1886 in Bathurst NSW

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  230. Index page
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Saturday 31 March 1888 [INDEX Jan 1888-Mar 1888] p v Government Gazette Index And Contents
    Extract: Page Forbes—• Balance-sheet of Water Supply Account 1546 By-laws, Borough of 2225 Forrest T.—Appointed a Sub-Inspector, Licensing District of Maitland 1908 ... 6900 words
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    D. McCALLUM - March 1888 Insolvent estate sequestered. Relevance to be ascertained. Donald McCallum changed occupation from farmer/farm labourer to railway employee in 1880s.

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  231. Publican v. Customer.
    Leader (Orange, NSW : 1912 - 1922) Wednesday 18 August 1915 p 1 Article
    Abstract: John McAtamney, of McAtamney Brotners, of the Central Hotel, Orange, sued James Loughnane, at the Orange court yesterday, on two 850 words
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    John McATAMNEY of McATAMNEY BROTHERS, publicans, Central Hotel,Orange NSW. John McATAMNEY married Alma Susanna McCALLUM on 29 April 1911. Alma helped John and his brother run the Hotel. John and Robert McATAMNEY were sons of Elizabeth DOHERTY and William McATAMNEY.

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  232. Authorities to Enter.
    National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954) Tuesday 4 July 1916 p 2 Article
    Abstract: During the past week the Warden, Mr. A. B. C. Burke, P.M., has received a number of applications for authorities to enter the property of 126 words
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    McATAMNEY-McCALLUM brothers Hohn and charles McATAMNEY seek 5 acres each to undertake gold mining on property of Kerr Bros Orange NSW, along with 8 others also seeking access to 5 acres each

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  233. Family Notices
    National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954) Saturday 5 September 1914 p 4 Family Notices
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    McATAMNEY - Elizabeth (nee DOHERTY), late of Central Hotel Orange - her son's hotel - procession by rail to funeral and interment Catholic cemetery at Bathurst NSW Sat 5 Sept 1914 Mother-in-law of Alma Susanna McCALLUM who married John McATAMNEY in 1911

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  234. Advertising
    Leader (Orange, NSW : 1912 - 1922) Thursday 10 September 1914 p 3 Advertising
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    Elizabeth McATAMNEY (nee DOHERTY) her will has as executors her sons John McATAMNEY and Charles Joseph McATAMNEY

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  235. SKETCHER. THROUGH THE CENTRAL QUEENSLAND "DESERT."---III. FROM JERIOHO TO PENTLAND. By "SALTBUSH." (See illustrations.)
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 2 September 1905 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Speculation, another property with permanent water, but at present unstocked, is in my idea a first-class property, well groused. This only shows the ... 382 words
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    Speculation, Jericho QLD was given as the address of Hugh RULE, the youngest son of the late John RULE upon his registration of marriage on 20 June 1914 to Jane Lillian Jennings (Lillian) McCALLUM/MACCALLUM. Lillian at that time was living with her uncle John MACKENZIE at "Blairgowrie", Jericho QLD with occupation of "domestic duties".
    After their wedding Lillian MACCALLUM and Hugh RULE took up residence at "Eyrie" Prairie QLD purchased by the RULE BROTHERS (Hugh, Robert and Frank C. RULE).

    SPECULATION in 1914 may have been owned by Campbell, Edkins and Co, as in Hugh RULE's obituary of 1954 stated " After receiving his schooling in Rockhampton deceased came West to Bimbah, and was droving for Edkins Campbell and Co. for many years, and working on their properties in this area. He later secured the property, Eyrie, in the Prairie district. where he resided with his family for some years, " For full obituary see: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article124404428

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  236. PASTORAL MATTERS. LATEST STOCK MOVEMENTS. BARCALDINE, May 8.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Friday 10 May 1907 p 8 Article
    Abstract: Stock movements:—2200 mixed w[?]aners from Tower Hill to Blackall, Eustace King owner, Fred O'Leary in charge; 3875 mixed weaners from Bexley to Blai ... 212 words
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    BARCALDINE, May 8, 1907 Stock movements : - 3875 mixed weaners from Bexley to Blairgowrie John Mackenzie owner, James Forrest in charge ;

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  237. Important Summons Case at Jericho.
    The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld. : 1892 - 1922) Saturday 29 January 1916 p 8 Article
    Abstract: AT the Small Debts Court at Jericho on January 14th, before Mr. Rd. Curtis, P.M., the case of Cay & Cox, of Speculation, v. John Mackenzie, of Blairg ... 701 words
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    MACKENZIE-McCALLUM
    John MACKENZIE m Catherine McCALLUM

    1916: AT the Small Debts Court at Jericho on
    January 14th, before Mr. Rd. Curtis, P.M., the case of Cay & Cox, of Speculation, versus
    John Mackenzie, of Blairgowrie, claim for £17 7s. 10d. for half share of cost of repairs to dividing fence, was heard.
    Kenneth Quinn, manager of Speculation, under examination, stated that he went to Blairgowrie about the end of October, 1914, and asked defendant if he would agree to pay half the repairing expenses of the fence dividing Speculation and Greentree, as it was in a very bad condition. ....John Mackenzie stated that he was manager of Blairgowrie, which is on the west of Speculation; Greentree is on the south, and was held three years ago by Mr. L. Mackenzie, and was known as Chevy Chase. He held the block himself, but not at the time in question. Mr. Coade owns the block. About October, 1914, plaintiff said he wanted the fence between Blairgowrie and Speculation done up. Defendant thought plaintiff referred to the north and south fence. He afterwards went to inspect the repairs, but failed to find any. After receiving a notice from plaintiff he went out to the Blairgowrie-Speculation fence, and afterwards told Quinn that he was agreeable to repairs on this fence, but could not agree to the repairs that were done on the Greentree fence. It is five years since he (defendant) occupied Greentree, and did not hold it in any way for his son or his wife. The sale of Greentree was put through by his son, although he himself showed Mr. Coade over the place.

    He made no agreement with Quinn in respect to the repairs dealt with in these proceedings.

    By Mr. McCullough: [John MACKENZIE stated] I have managed Blairgowrie for ten years; I am not the owner and never have been. A. Mackenzie is the owner. At the time of Quinns's visit to Blairgowrie it consisted of two grazing farms. I sign all cheques; the bank account is in my name. I am not registered as a firm. I held Floravale for about eight years. Floravale and Blairgowrie were run in separate accounts. I offered Floravale as part of Blairgowrie. I sold Floravale and Chevy Chase to Coade at the same time. I offered the two properties as one concern to Quinn for £1800. I showed Coade the fence referred to in the proceedings about March, and noticed the recent repairs..My not knowing men were working on the north and south fence is quite possible. I did not reply to letters from Messrs. McCullough & Macintosh ; I was afraid of giving away some of my case. Nobody resided on Greentree......

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  238. SISTER LUCY RULE O.C. R.A.A.F. NURSES IN JAPAN
    The Longreach Leader (Qld. : 1923 - 1954) Friday 27 April 1951 p 17 Article
    Abstract: Sister Lucy Eyrie Rule, a former Longreach girl, is supervising specially trained R.A.A.F. nurses in Japan, attending to 166 words
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    Lucy Eyrie RULE OC RAAF nurses in Japan treating wounded evacuated from Korea.

    - Daughter of Hugh RULE and Jane Lillian Jennings (Lillian) MACCALLUM / McCALLUM
    - Grand-daughter of Donald McCALLUM junior and his 2nd wife Catherine CAMERON
    - Great-Grand-daughter of Donald McCALLUM senior and his wife Catherine SINCLAIR (emigrants from Isle of Mull, Scotland aboard "British King" barque arrived Sydney 28 Feb 1839)
    - Great-Great-Grand-daughter of Duncan McCALLUM and his wife Catherine FERGUSON (emigrants aboard "British King" as part of a large family group)

    Lucy later married Clive BOLAND and lived in Rockhampton.

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  239. LONGREACH GIRL IN NEW YEAR HONOURS
    The Longreach Leader (Qld. : 1923 - 1954) Friday 4 January 1952 p 1 Article
    Abstract: The Air Force Cross has been awarded to Senior Sister Lucy Eyrie Rule. This announcement was 111 words
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    1952 New Year's Honours List Senior Sister Lucy Eyrie RULE 77th Squadron RAAF nurses, awarded AIR FORCE CROSS in recognition of services in Japan. Returned from Japan, stationed at Point Cook.

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  240. DUBBO LANDS OFFICE. THURSDAY, MARCH 1.
    The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954) Saturday 3 March 1894 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THE following land was taken up:— Conditional Purchase. Patrick Carolan, 50 acred, parish Brewer, county Lincoln. 72 words
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    William TELFORD (2nd husband of Christina (nee CAMERON) widow of Lachlan CAMERON)
    TELFORD-CAMERON
    CAMERON-McCALLUM

    William TELFORD who married Christina (nee CAMERON) both of whom were living at Peak Hill at time of death, both died in 1909
    This item appears relevant.
    DUBBO LANDS OFFICE.
    THURSDAY, MARCH 1.
    The following land was taken up : Improvement Purchase.
    William Telford, ¼ acre, town of Peak
    Hill.

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  241. Family Notices
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 20 February 1921 p 1 Family Notices
    542 words
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    DEATHS.
    MAIN. - On February 18. 1921 at Regent House, St. George's Court, Perth.
    Kate, the dearly beloved wife of James MAIN.
    Aged 85 years.
    REGENT HOUSE, St. George's-court, view Perth Water.
    -Single and Double Balcony BEDROOMS, moderate terms.
    1904 advert, other adverts in 1920s for board and accommodation. Not yet determined if James and Kate MAIN were running/managing REGENT HOUSE or simply residents.


    Kate marries James MAIN (2nd marriage for Kate)

    2667/1876 MAIN, James (groom)
    MARTIN, Kate (bride)
    Place of registration: GOULBURN


    Kate marries James MARTIN (1st marriage for Kate)

    383/1859 MARTIN, James (groom)
    HUTCHISON, Catherine (bride)
    Place of registration: SYDNEY)

    Catherine HUTCHISON was daughter of Archibald HUTCHISON and Mary McCALLUM according to marriage registration. She is thought to be the same individual whose name was given as Catherine (Kate) McCALLUM upon arrival in Australia as part of the party of Duncan McCALLUM and his wife Kate FERGUSSON from Isle of Mull, Scotland

    Catherine McCallum arrived in Sydney NSW as emigrant aboard "The British King" on 28 Feb 1839, travelling with a family group headed by Duncan McCALLUM and his wife Catherine FERGUSON, which included a married son of Duncan's - Donald McCALLUM (and Donald's wife Catherine SINCLAIR). Also travelling in the same group: unmarried sons John, Malcolm, Archibald McCALLUM and unmarried daughters Mary, Christina, and Susanna, Flora and Catherine. It is now thought that Susanna might actually be Susan daughter of a Neil McCALLUM and Ann McDONALD, and Susanna and Flora's relationship yet to be confirmed both recorded on ship's passenger list as born 1 May 1830 thought to be twins )
    Note: Regarding Catherine McCALLUM: because her birthdate of 21 December 1836 would be beyond the child bearing age of Catherine FERGUSON b 17 May 1781, (who would be 55 in 1836) Katherine FERGUSON and Duncan McCALLUM are believed to be her grandparents. The family settled in Goulburn NSW



    Kate MAIN, wife of James MAIN, is thought to be the individual married 1876 in Goulburn NSW. In 1876 Kate was a widow, Catherine (Kate) MARTIN who had been granted a publican's licence for the Oddfellows Arm, Auburn Street, Goulburn NSW. Kate held licence 1876-1877. Her husband James MAIN then held licence for it 1878-1885.
    Exact date of relocation to Perth WA not yet known but by 4 Dec 1899 James MAIN held publican's licence for OZONE HOTEL Adelaide St PERTH WA ,

    The marriage of Kate to James MARTIN took place possibly 2 May 1859 in Sydney NSW, James MARTIN died Goulburn NSW 18 Dec 1873.
    The relevance yet to be confirmed but there was a marriage of a Catherine Hutchison to James Martin in 1859. She was shown as a spinster, born Scotland, aged 21, Parents Archibald Hutchison and Mary McCallum.

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  242. RECENT COMMONWEALTH PATENTS.
    Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950) Friday 16 June 1905 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Mr. W. G. Manners, patent attorney, of The Rialto, Maritana-street, Kalgoorlie, reports that the following applications have been filed by West 161 words
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    No. 2739. — J- Main, Regent House, Perth, an electrical semaphore gong for signalling in sports grounds. possibly James MAIN

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  243. Advertising
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 14 February 1905 p 1 Advertising
    6567 words
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    LOST, Sunday, Gold Brooch. set with large Amethyst, between Subiaco and Perth Post Office; reward: Mrs.MAIN. Regent House, off St. George's-terrace.

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  244. Advertising
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Thursday 15 June 1905 p 1 Advertising
    6861 words
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    LOST, Pair Spectacles, between Kensington Racecourse and Barrack-street.; may have dropped in four-wheeler. MAIN, Regent House.

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  245. Advertising
    Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950) Saturday 22 October 1910 p 10 Advertising
    2374 words
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    MISSING FRIENDS.
    JAMES Hayes, Prospector, Yundamindera, send address Maine,
    Regent House. Urgent.

    NOTE: for "Maine" believe should read "MAIN". for James MAIN.

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  246. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 5 January 1856 p 5 Advertising
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    James MARTIN possibly first husband of Catherine "Kate" HUTCHISON (daughter of Archibald HUTCHISON and Mary McCALLUM)

    TO SPLITTERS and FENCERS:
    REQUIRED, about 10,000 Shingles and
    1000 Two hole Posts.— Apply to
    JAMES MARTIN.
    Goulburn, Jan. 4, 1856.

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  247. MAIL CONTRACTS. (From the Government Gazette, December 25th.)
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 26 December 1860 p 8 Article
    Abstract: THE following particulars of the contracts entered into for the conveyance of Post Office Mails, from 1st January next, are published for general inf ... 2493 words
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    James MARTIN
    possibly first husband of Catherine "Kate" HUTCHISON (daughter of Archibald HUTCHISON and Mary McCALLUM)
    MAIL CONTRACTS.
    (From the Government Gazette, December 25th.)
    THE following particulars of the contracts entered into for the conveyance of Post Office Mails, from 1st January next, are published for general information:
    SOUTHERN ROADS
    James MARTIN, Goulburn, Tarlo, and Taralga, via Chatsbury, one day, + [+ symbol indicates per week] for £58.

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  248. Advertising
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 13 January 1864 p 3 Advertising
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    James MARTIN of TARLO Important to Farmers !! PROGRESS ! PROGRESS ! ! PROGRESS !!! JAMES MARTIN, Tarlo, begs to notify to the Farmers of TARLO, CHATSBURY, MYRTLEVILLE, TARALGA, and RICHLANDS, that he has purchased a very superior Two-horse Power Thrashing-machine, and is prepared to thrash and dress wheat during the present season in the above districts. Charges: Stacks of fifty bushels and over, FIVEPENCE PER BUSHEL; smaller quantities, sixpence per bushel. [ad. ref.] 90

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  249. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 4 December 1867 p 3 Advertising
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    James MARTIN of Tarlo NSW

    4th instant [4 Dec 1867]. CHESNUT COB, To be Sold at the Risk or the Purcgaser,
    Mr. James Martin, of Tarlo.
    FINLAY AND CO. Will sell by auction, THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, At twelve o'clock, A CHESNUT COB, broken to saddle and harness. [ad ref.] 2193

    James MARTIN of Tarlo in this item presumed to be the same James MARTIN of Tarlo "son-in-law" and informant for death of Mary EIRTH (nee McCALLUM) widow of Samuel EIRTH. Mary EIRTH (nee McCALLUM) was the daughter of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine FERGUSON emigrants from Isle of Mull, Scotland aboard ship "British King" which arrived Sydney 28 Feb 1839.

    RELEVANT DEATH NOTICE REFERS:
    Goulburn Herald and Chronicle, 18 October 1865:
    DIED - On the 16th instant, at the residence of Mr James Martin, Tarlo, Mrs Mary Eirth, relict of the late Mr Samuel Eirth, aged 55 years.
    ---
    Mary Eirth died on 16 October 1865 at Tarlo and is buried at Goulburn. The informant was James Martin, son-in-law, Tarlo, who said her children were "two boys, one girl living, one girl deceased."

    This appears to agree with the children listed on Samuel's death certificate, but James Martin's status as "son-in-law" is a mystery as of the 2 daughters of Mary (nee McCALLUM) and Samuel EIRTH: one girl died as an infant, and the other one married Job COLES. So it seems that James Martin, although he considered himself a son-in-law, did not include his wife Kate HUTCHISON (daughter of Archibald HUTCHISON and Mary McCALLUM) as a daughter of the marriage of Samuel EIRTH and Mary McCALLUM.

    It is believed that James SIMON's wife from marriage on 2 May 1859 in Sydney who was named Catherine HUTCHISON (daughter of Alexander HUTCHISON and Mary McCALLUM) is the same individual named as Catherine McCALLUM aboard the British King which landed 28 Feb 1839 and listed amongst the children of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine FERGUSON (who were actually her grandparents) along with Mary McCALLUM - seemingly her sister, but possibly actually her mother.

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  250. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. MEETINGS TO BE HELD.
    The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893) Saturday 2 December 1871 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Monday, December 4, at 11 a.m.—Before the Chief Commissioner: William Alfred Hollinshed special, for examination of witnesses. Tuesday, December 5, a ... 262 words
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    INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS : NEW INSOLVENTS
    November 28th 1871
    28-James Martin, of Goulburn, bricklayer
    Liabilities, £14816s Assets, £13 18s 6d. Mr Sempill official assignee

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  251. Insolvency Court. SURRENDERS.
    Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 2 December 1871 p 6 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    INSOLVENCY COURT SURRENDERED James Martin, of Goulburn, bricklayer. Cause of insolvency : Pressure of creditors. Liabilities. £148 16s. Assets, £13 18s 6d. Deficiency, £134 17s 6d. Official assignee, Mr. R. H. Semphill.

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  252. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 14 March 1872 p 1 Family Notices
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    James MARTIN of Goulburn NSW
    possibly first husband of Catherine "Kate" McCALLUM

    WEDDING of his youngest daughter Jessie MARTIN


    WEDDING
    HACKING— MARTIN
    November 16, 1872 by special license, at St. Barnabas Church, by the Rev. Dean Smith, Captain Alexander HACKING, second son of John Hacking, Esq., England, merchant, of Manchester, to Jessie, youngest daughter of Mr. James MARTIN, of Goulburn, formerly of Crayford, Kent, England.

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  253. TUESDAY, JULY 11.
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 12 July 1876 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Before the police-magistrate and Dr. Gentle, A special meeting for licensing publicans was held. Licenses were granted to Kate Martin for the Oddfell ... 64 words
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    Kate MARTIN
    possibly widow of James MARTIN (Goulburn NSW) who died 28 Dec 1873 in Goulburn NSW.
    Relevant NSW DEATH registration probably is: 4813/1874 MARTIN, James
    (Father's given name James)
    DIED GOULBURN District of Registration: GOULBURN
    _________________________________
    2 Goulburn BIRTHS which may be relevant:
    9635/1870 MARTIN, Sarah (Father's given name: James) (Mother's given name:Catherine) Place of registration: GOULBURN
    7718/1861 MARTIN, Amy M (Father's given name: James) (Mother's given name: Catherine) Place of registration: GOULBURN

    ___________________________________________
    This newspaper item refers to "Kate" MARTIN
    TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1876
    Before the police-magistrate and Dr. Gentle.
    A special meeting for Iicensing publicans was held,
    Licenses were granted to:
    Kate MARTIN for the Oddfellows' Arms Inn, Auburn-street, Goulburn, lately occupied by George Bullard ;

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  254. The Recent Suicide by Poison at Goulburn.
    Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Wednesday 20 December 1876 p 2 Article
    Abstract: We learn from the Goulburn Herald that, on Saturday, Mr. Betts held an inquest at the Argyle Ina, Montague-street, on the body of James Martin, a she ... 688 words
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    James MARTIN, shepherd age 70 suicide by strychnine at Mrs Sinclair's.

    Relevance to the James MARTIN who possibly married Catherine "Kate" McCALLUM to be determined.
    Registration Number Family Name Given Name(s) Father's Given Name(s) Mother's Given Name(s) District
    4813/1874 MARTIN James ( son of JAMES) DIED GOULBURN GOULBURN
    6394/1876 MARTIN James AGE 71 YEARS DIED GOULBURN GOULBURN

    The Recent Suicide by Poison at Goulburn.

    We learn from the Gouburn Herald that, on Saturday, Mr. Betts held an inquest at the Argyle Inn, Montague-street, on the body of James Martin, a shepherd, aged about 70. Mr. H. Hollis, dispenser, deposed that, on Thursday last, deceased purchased half a drachm of strychnine at Dr. Gentle's dispensary, stating that he wanted it for poisoning dogs. The poison was coloured. Deceased was perfectly sober, and gave a receipt for the poison as required by law. Mr. Fitzpatrick, undertaker, deposed that, through

    receiving messages from deceased, he went to him at Mrs. Sinclair's on Tuesday: Deceased said that he wanted to arrange about his funeral, that he wanted the hearse, and to be buried decently. Witness advised him to leave this for someone else to do, but he said that if he left it to the publicans they would let the coronet bury him. Witness then con-sented to make the arrangement, and deceased paid him the necessary sum for the burial. Deceased said that he was in dreadful pain, and that he was sure he should die suddenly. It was then 10 o'clock in the morning Deceased was in bed ; was quite sober and rational. He said that he had paroxysms of pain that no one could stand. The arrangement respecting the funeral was not an unusual one. Mary Vernon, residing at Mrs. Sinclair's, deposed that deceased came there a month ago, and had been ill off and on ever since. He complained of a pain in his side. On Thursday morning he went down the town, was away about an hour, and on his return lay down. He would not have any dinner or tea. About a quarter-past six he complained of a pain in his side, commenced to tremble, said that he was dying, and told Mrs. Sinclair there was £6 in his pocket, which she was to have for the trouble she had had with him. ....

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  255. GOULBURN. December 23.
    Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 27 December 1873 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Very bitter things are said here against the Government, through whole instrumentality it is considered that Captain Rossi has virtually been enabled ... 980 words
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    GOULBURN Tues December 23, 1873
    A painful sensation was created on Tuesday last (16 Dec 1873 NOTE this is an error in the Sydney paper's reporting. Goulburn paper stated it was Thurs 18 Dec) when it become known that a man named James Martin, who had been long resident in Goulburn, had expired in the gaol hospital a few hours after his reception, having been remanded for seven days by the police magistrate the same morning to undergo medical treatment, as, when brought before him upon the accusation of being of unsound mind, he was evidently suffering from the effects of excessive drinking. The magistrate gave special instructions that the man was to be immediately attended by a medical practitioner, but, although his entrance to the gaol took place at ll o'clock, neither the prison surgeon nor any other doctor saw him until after his death, which occurred at twenty minutes past 2. At an inquest, held by the coroner, the jury found-" That the deceased came by his death from exhaustion, the effects of excessive drinking; and would add that great negligence was evinced by the gaol authorities in allowng two hours to elapse after receiving the deceased into gaol before sending for a doctor, particularly after receiving an express injunction from the police magistrate to send for a medical man without delay." Martin was a bricklayer by trade, occasionally taking contracts, and was the same person who, getting mixed up in mining transactions during the mania, was prosecuted at the instance of Messrs. Keightley and Barton, of Sydney, for the sale of a mineral lease of ground on the Abercrombie River, of which he was alleged by his accusers not to be possessed, but he was acquitted at the Quarter Sessions.

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  256. DEATH FROM EXCESSIVE DRINKING.
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Saturday 20 December 1873 p 4 Article
    Abstract: AN inquest was held on Thursday evening last at the Goulburn gaol before the district corener, Mr. Betts, touching the death of one James Martin, who ... 1383 words
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    James MARTIN, bricklayer, Goulburn NSW, INQUEST into DEATH in Goulburn gaol Thurs 18 Dec 1873

    married man, living with wife, name not given;
    son Charles James MARTIN was witness at inquest, gave his age as 14, so born 1859/60
    .

    Jury, after a lengthy consultation, returned the following verdict :—That deceased died from exhaustion, the effects of excessive drinking; and would add that great negligence was evinced by the gaol authorities in allowing two hours to elapse after receiving deceased into the gaol before sending for a doctor, particularly after receiving an express injunction from the police·magistrate to send for one without delay.

    These NSW BIRTH REGISTRATIONS appear relevant:
    502/1860 MARTIN, Charles J
    F: JAMES M:CATHERINE registered: SYDNEY

    7718/1861 MARTIN, Amy M
    F: JAMES M: CATHERINE registered: GOULBURN

    9635/1870 MARTIN, Sarah
    F: JAMES M:CATHERINE registered: GOULBURN

    10757/1874 MARTIN, Ethel
    F: JAMES M: CATHERINE registered: GOULBURN

    NSW MARRIAGE REGISTRATION may be relevant:
    383/1859 MARTIN, James (groom)
    HUTCHISON, Catherine (bride)
    Place of registration: SYDNEY
    Bride: single, aged 21, born Scotland
    daughter of Archibald HUTCHISON and Mary McCALLUM
    Catherine HUTCHISON/ McCALLUM born 25 Dec 1836 on Isle of Mull, Scotland, so aged 2 when British King arrives in Australia on 28 Fen 1839. QUERY could she be child of the Mary McCALLUM (b 15 Dec 1812 daughter of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine FERGUSON) who marries Samuel EIRTH in 1841 ?
    MYSTERY TO BE RESOLVED.

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  257. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Saturday 6 December 1873 p 5 Advertising
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    James MARTIN, sale of 20 DAIRY CATTLE
    WEDNESDAY, 17 th INSTANT.
    20 HEAD HIGHLY-.BRED DAIRY CATTLE, a few of the cows very choice, the remainder well grown heifers and steers.
    FINLAY AND CO.
    Have received instructions from
    Mr. James MARTIN,
    to sell by auction,
    At their Yards, Marsden's Hill,
    ON WEDNESDAY, 17 th INSTANT,
    At eleven o'clock,
    20 HIGHLY BRED DAIRY CATTLE,
    Mr. Martin has used J. W. Chisholm Esqs'. Bulls for some years, and the above are the progeny, and very choice.
    Please note the hour ELEVEN O'CLOCK.

    The James MARTIN selling this stock is NOT James MARTIN bricklayer. CONFIRMED by cross reference of landownership of James MARTIN of KIRKDALE with the J.W.Chisholm whose bulls James MARTIN of KIRKDALE uses.

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  258. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Saturday 13 December 1873 p 5 Advertising
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    James MARTIN, re-advertised sale for 17 Dec 1873 of 20 Dairy cattle.

    Have confirmed both of the dairy cattle sale item have NO relevance to James MARTIN, bricklayer.

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  259. OPENING OF ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH KIRKDALE.
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 9 December 1874 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THIS next little church, which is built close to the Collector-road, fourteen miles from Goulburn, upon the property of Mr. James Martin, who gave th ... 1205 words
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    James MARTIN donated land for the church site on his property, Kirkdale, on Collector Road 14 miles from Goulburn.

    NOTE: This is NOT the same James MARTIN, bricklayer of Goulburn who died on 18 Dec 1873.

    The relevance of the KIRKDALE James MARTIN to the 20 head of dairy cattle for sale on 17 Dec 1873 is that the cows were mated with the bulls of J.W. CHISHOLM. By cross-checking with this news item covering the opening of the church built on KIRKDALE land owned James MARTIN we find that the church was decorated with flowers provided by the gardener of J.W. CHISHOLM. This confirms the stud service relationship is between James MARTIN of KIRKDALE and J.W. CHISHOLM of WOLLOGORANG.

    So we can confirm both this church item and the dairy cattle sale item have NO relevance to James MARTIN, bricklayer.

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  260. Billiard Licenses.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 30 December 1884 p 2 Article
    Abstract: To-day, on the application of Mr. Carter, solicitor, renewals of billiard licenses were granted to James Main, Oddfellows' Arms, and Mathew M'Alister ... 25 words
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    James MAIN, second husband of Catherine "Kate" MARTIN (widow of James MARTIN (nee HUTCHISON - daughter of Archibald HUTCHISON and Mary McCALLUM)

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  261. Presentation.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 7 June 1884 p 4 Article
    Abstract: LAST Thursday evening a very interesting ceremony took place at the Oddfellows' Arms Hotel. This was the presentation of a silver medal each to Mr. E ... 105 words
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    James MAIN presentations as Superintendent of Goulburn Fire Brigade
    confirmed James MAIN is "Superintendent MAIN" of the Goulburn Fire Brigade. See item below.

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  262. INQUEST ON A FIRE.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 18 December 1884 p 4 Article
    Abstract: AN inquest on the late fire in Goulburn on the premises of William Arthur Evans was instituted by Mr. Betts at the Oddfellows' Arms Hotel on Tuesday ... 1622 words
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    confirmed James MAIN is "Superintendent MAIN" of the Goulburn Fire Brigade. Item below.

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  263. LICENSING COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 22 June 1882 p 4 Article
    Abstract: AN adjourned meeting of the above was held yesterday morning. Messrs Voss, Mac. kellar, and Horsburgh occupying the bench. Catherine Mc Gilvray appl ... 92 words
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    James MAIN licence renewal granted- Oddfellows' Arms hotel

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  264. GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 1.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 2 July 1881 p 5 Article
    Abstract: BEFORE Messrs. Voss, Meyer, and Rossi. Richard Westcott was charged with stealing a wheelbarrow the property of John Johnson. 441 words
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    James Main - Oddfellows' Arms renewal of billiards licence granted July 1881

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  265. GOULBURN LICENSING COURT. QUARTERLY MEETING. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25TH.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 25 January 1883 p 2 Article
    Abstract: BEFORE Messrs. Mackellar and Horsburgh. Mr. Alexander read the commission appointing Mr. Mackellar acting Licensing Magistrate. Michael and Francis C ... 465 words
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    James MAIN declaration house (hotel) up to required standard was considered and approved - Oddfellows' Arms Goulburn NSW

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  266. SUPPOSED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 1 September 1885 p 4 Article
    Abstract: WHAT is supposed to be an attempt at suicide was made at about 3 o'clock yesterday morning by an old livery stable keeper named Charles Strange, occu ... 656 words
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    Attempted suicide in room adjoining stables at rear of Oddfellows' Arms Hotel, James MAIN requested to get doctor.

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  267. TOWN TALK.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 30 September 1882 p 4 Article
    Abstract: THOSE interested in Goulburn, and those whose attention has been drawn to it by is rapid progression, will be proud to learn that Messrs. Dorner and ... 1037 words
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    Confirms that James MAIN is the "Superintendent MAIN of Goulburn Fire Brigade. AT a special brigade meeting hold in Mr. Superintendent Main's Oddfellows' Arms, on Friday evening, for the purpose of filling vacancies caused by resignation, &c., of members ; there was a good attendance.

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  268. THE POST! Bowral Filtration Plant REPLY TO CRITIC To the Editor
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Wednesday 5 March 1930 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Sir: The remarks of your correspondent Mr. G. K. Gregory, re the above, are appreciated. My observations in respect to the Bowarl water 890 words
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    Old Goulburn
    BRIDGE HOTEL
    Along Auburn Street
    By J. HORTON
    VII

    The Oddfellows' Arms was built by W. A. Evans in the beginning of the 1860's. The late Charles McAlister, I think, was tile first licensee. As far as I remember he held the license for some years. It has since changed landlords a number of times — Arthur Jeffery, George Bullard, Jim MAIN,and others. Mrs. Coyle was another. It was changed to the name of the Empire Hotel a few years back. The Present licensee is Mr. James Liddle.

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  269. LICENSING COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 13 June 1882 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A SPECIAL meeting of the Licensing Court was held this morning before Messrs. Voss, Mc Kellar, and Horsburgh, licensing magistrates. 1493 words
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    June 1882 James MAIN, by Mr. Betts, applied for a renewal of his license for the Oddfellows' Arms Hotel . Inspector's report stated, several rooms were.below the standard. Granted. Five months allowed for improvements.

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  270. GOULBURN LICENSING COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 8TH, 1883.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 9 June 1883 p 3 Article
    Abstract: A SPECIAL Licensing Court was held before Messrs. Voss, Mackellar, and Hosbrugh. RENEWALS OF LICENSES.—The following renewals of licenses were grante ... 1392 words
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    June 1883 RENEWAL OF PUBLICANS" LICENSES - GRANTED: James MAIN (by .Mr. Betts), Oddfellows Arms Hotel

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  271. TOWN TALK.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 3 July 1883 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A RUMOUR to the effect that Mr. Topham, of the firm of Topham, Angus, and CO., contractors, had been stuck-up and robbed of £1400 by two men, obtaine ... 1850 words
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    Amateur Poultry Pigeon and Canary Society Goulburn,
    James MAIN elected inaugural president, and one of the canvassers for subscribing members.
    J M MAIN elected Honourary Secretary.

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  272. The Goulburn Ploughing Match.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 15 September 1881 p 2 Article
    Abstract: ON Wednesday last the ploughing match, under the auspices of the Goulburn Agriculcultural, Pastoral, and Horticultural Society, took place in the Wil ... 2013 words
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    GOULBURN PLOUGHING MATCH Wed 7 Sept 1881
    Mr. James MAIN, of the Oddfellows' Arms, Auburn-street, had a booth on the ground, and seemed to be doing a fair trade.

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  273. MASON'S JUBILEE Duke of Edinburgh Lodge
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Wednesday 24 July 1929 p 2 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    Oddfelows' Arms hotel venue for preliminary meeting to form the Masons' Duke of Edinburgh Lodge, during April and June 1879. James MAIN was proprietor of hotel..

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  274. LICENSING MEETING. THIS DAY.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 13 September 1881 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Betts applied on behalf of Alfred Gray for a license for the Travellers' Rest Hotel at Baw Baw. senior sergeant Fenton stated there was stabling 335 words
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    Mr. Botts applied on behalf of James Main of the Oddfellow's Arms for an extension of his hotel license for the ploughing match and horse parade to be held at Garroorrigang on Wednesday and Thursday next. Granted from 11 to 5 each day.

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  275. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 13 June 1885 p 3 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    BERTRAM WILLISON versus JAMES MAIN. Claim, £100, for assault and conversion of goods. Mr.Davidson for plaintiff ; Mr. Betts for defendant. Plaintiff, advance agent for the Anglo-American Minstrels, had in March last gone to defendant's hotel seeking to engage accommodation for the company; according to his statement they could not agree upon the terms. MAIN wanted payment in advance, Willison wished to pay as went for food and accommodation. MAIN evicted Wilison and his belonging.

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  276. Death from Sunstroke
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 12 February 1891 p 2 Article
    Abstract: ON Wednesday a girl named May Bernice McCallum, ten years of age, daughter of Mr. Neil McCallum, of Longreach, near Marulan, died from the effects of ... 120 words
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    DEATH 11 Feb 1891, aged 10 years, of sunstroke
    May Bernice McCALLUM at her home, Longreach, Marulan, NSW
    dau of Neil McCALLUM and Mary Catherine JOHNSON

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  277. WEDNESDAY'S POLICE COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 16 June 1892 p 4 Article
    Abstract: BEFORE Messrs. I. Shepherd, Ball, Wombey, Oliver, and McCallum. DRUNKENNESS AND OBSCENITY. One defendant for drunkenness was discharged 46 words
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    McCALLUM (no given name) one of 5 members sitting on bench of Goulburn Police Court Wed 15 June 1892.

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  278. TO-DAY'S POLICE COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 14 October 1897 p 2 Article
    Abstract: BEFORE the Police-Magistrate and Messrs. L. H. Fitzgerald, J. Cunningham, J. Oliver, and John McCallum. ALLEGED RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY. 726 words
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    John McCALLUM TODAY'S POLICE COURT.Thurs 14 Oct 1897 BEFORE the Police-Magistrate and Messrs. L. H. Fitzgerald, J. Cunningham, J. Oliver, and John McCallum.

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  279. GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 23 April 1891 p 4 Article
    Abstract: BEFORE Messrs. C. Rogers and J. T. McCallum, Js.P. WIFE DESERTION. John Crawford was summoned by his wife for 289 words
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    Mr J. T. McCALLUM (J.P.) serving on Goulburn Police Court Wed 22 April 1891

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  280. TUESDAY'S POLICE COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 22 November 1892 p 2 Article
    Abstract: BEFORE Messrs. Caswell, P.M., Meyer, E. J. Ball, J. Oliver, and J. McCallum. HORSE-STEALING. Henry Burton (on remand) appeared to answer a 671 words
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    J McCALLUM serving on Goulburn Police Court Tues 22 Nov 1892

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  281. WEDNESDAY'S POLICE COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 13 October 1892 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Dunean McCallum pleaded guilty to loitering with sheep and not travelling the required distance (six miles) in a day. The charge was laid by Mr. J. L ... 153 words
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    Duncan McCALLUM (address not specified)
    WEDNESDAY'S POLICE COURT. 12 Oct 1892
    BEFORE Messrs. W. Caswell, P.M., and S. Meyer.
    LOITERING SHEEP.
    Duncan McCallum pleaded guilty to loitering with sheep and not travelling the required distance (six miles) in a day. The charge was laid by Mr. J. L. Hoederson, inspector of stock, and Mr. O'Brien appeared to prosecute. Mr. Gannon, who appeared for defendant, said that his client had been detained through a heavy storm, and he appealed for a mitigation of the penalty. In fixing the fine some discussion arose as to whether professional costs should be allowed. Mr. Caswell regretted that there was not an established rule with reference to the matter. He said that the onus of deciding whether costs should be allowed or not should not be thrown on the magistrate. The costs were ultimately allowed, and defendant fined 40s. The expenses amounted to £1 12s 6d. A second charge against the defendant was withdrawn.

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  282. RHYANNA PICNIC RACES.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 18 February 1899 p 4 Article
    Abstract: THE above annual fixture eventuated on Friday on the Rhyanna Course, which is on land owned by Mr. J. McCallum, of Forest Lodge, and it resulted in a ... 1068 words
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    John McCALLUM (Forest Lodge near Goulburn) provides the land for the course on which RHYANNA PICNIC races are run. It appears his son John Walter McCALLUM is one of 7 man racing ctee, including Sydney as Honorary Secretary

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  283. Accident.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 8 November 1890 p 4 Article
    Abstract: A young man named Duncan McCallum, employed at Mr. McAlister's cordial factory, met with an accident yesterday morning. A bottle burst and cut forear ... 41 words
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    Duncan McCALLUM (no address specified) artery severed in workplace accident - Mr McALISTER'S CORDIAL FACTORY, Goulburn NSW

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  284. Goulburn-Crookwell Railway.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 6 April 1893 p 4 Article
    Abstract: MR. ROSE, M.L.A., announces that be will meet land-owners from Norwood, Forest Lodge and Middle Arm at Mr. J. McCallum's, Forest Lodge, on Saturday a ... 47 words
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    April 1893 John McCALLUM (Forest Lodge near Goulburn NSW), home as venue for meeting of Mr ROSE MLA to explain construction of Goulburn Crookwell rail line to landowners at Norwood, Forest Lodge, Middle Arm,

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  285. Argyle Revision Court.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 9 July 1898 p 4 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    D. McCALLUM (Forest Lodge near Goulburn NSW) possibly Duncan son of John McCALLUM of Forest Lodge. Argyle Revision Court. THE monthly revision court for Argyle was held on the 6th instant before Mr. W. S. Caswell, P M. The following names were added: .......... D. McCallum, Forest Lodge; ............ Two names were struck out, as the butts of the rights had not been received.

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  286. TRAFFIC OFFENCES Two Defendants Fined
    The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954) Wednesday 5 April 1939 p 4 Article
    Abstract: In the local Police Court yesterday morning before Mr. F. Scroope, P.M., Roderick K. Douglas pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to return an 82 words
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    Donald S. McCALLUM, Motor vehicle registration renewal - fine 5 April 1939

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  287. District Intermediate Certificate Exam. Results
    Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954) Thursday 29 January 1948 p 1 Article
    Abstract: SYDNEY, Thursday.—Results of the Intermediate Certificate examination held last year were announced by the 447 words
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    Donald S McCALLUM 1947 Intermediate Certificate Examination passed Mudgee High School NSW

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  288. Molong School of Arts.
    Molong Express and Western District Advertiser (NSW : 1887 - 1954) Saturday 19 January 1895 p 3 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    MOLONG SCHOOL OF ARTS COMMITTEE nomination for Committee membership and nomination for positions of Auditors, made by D McCALLUM Yet to determine if any relevance to Donald McCALLUM working for Molong railway. Known to be in Molong in 1888 when registered birth of his 6th child; Jane Lillian Jennings McCALLUM, she is the 5th child by his second wife Catherine CAMERON

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  289. Brief Mention.
    Western Champion (Parkes, NSW : 1898 - 1934) Friday 28 January 1898 p 8 Article
    Abstract: Ploughing operations are in full swing all round. Mining is said to be brightening up at Peak Hill. 2132 words
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    Nurse McCALLUM of Parkes NSW relevance yet to be determined At the annual meeting of subscribers, Grenfell Hospital, a tribute was paid to Nurse McCallum, of Parkes, in the medical officer's report, for the manner in which she filled the Matron's position during the latter's enforced absence.

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  290. Sydney Tweeds
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Saturday 9 April 1864 p 5 Article
    Abstract: [?] RACE.—HACK RACE of £15, for all backs carrying 10 st.; heats once round the course; the winner to be sold by public auction immediately after the ... 3541 words
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    9 April 1864
    Archibald McCALLUM - free selection Goulburn District

    SURVEY of FREE SELECTIONS.-Instructions have been sent to the district surveyor to survey the selections of land made by the following parties, provided no obstacles exist:-
    W. S. Bassingthwaighte,
    John Haigh, Mary Roberts, James Fines,
    Archibald McCALLUM

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  291. McCALLUM: RICE: HOLDEN.—Mary McCallum, widow
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 28 March 1958 [Issue No.33] p 945 Government Gazette Private Notices
    Extract: McCALLUM: RICE: HOLDEN.—Mary McCallum, widow of late Farquhar Donald Ross McCallum, and believed to have been born in Lancashire, England, and to have been ... 399 words
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    Claims against intestate estate of Mary McCALLUM (nee RICE) deceased, widow of Farquhar Donald ROSS. Had left her estate to a niece in England who had pre-deceased her. No provisions in her will for the 3 sons of her husband from his former marriage. The will of Farquhar Donald Ross McCALLUM left his entire estate to Mary (nee RICE) his second wife. McCALLUM: RICE: HOLDEN.—Mary McCallum, widow of late Farquhar Donald Ross McCallum, and believed to have been born in Lancashire, England, and to have been daughter of Henry Rice and Matilda Australasia Rice (born Holden), died near Sydney, New South Wales, on 8th De-cember, 1954.—Pursuant to an order of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in Equity, dated the 19th October, 1956, and made in suit (No. 893 of 1956), entitled "In the matter of the trusts of the will of Mary McCallum, formerly of Wahroonga, but late of Cremorne and Vineyard, in the State of New South Wales, widow, now deceased, between Edward Albert Bryant, plaintiff, and Betty Thompson, defendant" whereby the following enquiry was directed, namely:—What persons living at the time of the death of the said Mary McCallum, deceased, were entitled (according to the statutes for the distribution of intestate estates) to that part of her estate as to which she died intestate and whether any of them have since died and if so who are their respective legal per-sonal representatives; notice is hereby given that all persons claiming to be entitled under the said enquiry are to send by post prepaid to Messrs. Vindin & Littlejohn. Solicitors, 25 O'Connell-street, Sydney, New South Wales, their full Christian names and surnames, addresses and descriptions, and full particulars of their claims, so as to reach the said solicitors on or before the 30th day of June, 1958, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of the said order, unless the Court or a Judge thereof or the Master in Equity on appli-cation otherwise orders. Claimants are to attend perso

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  292. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 1 April 1874 p 3 Advertising
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    EDINBURGH CASTLE RACES 2 April 1874 arranged by Donald McCALLUM senior (publican)

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  293. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 12 January 1856 p 5 Advertising
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    Archibald, John, Malcolm and Donald McCALLUM, as electors of the County of Argyle request John William CHISHOLM Esq of WOLLOGORANG consent to be nominated for the Legislature, and pledge to do their utmost to secure his return as the representative for ARGYLE.

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  294. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 19 March 1873 p 1 Advertising
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    Donald McCALLUM senior as publican at EDINBURGH CASTLE INN arranges horse races for

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  295. LAW REPORT, SUPREME COURT.—MONDAY, JULY 29, In Banco.—(Before their Honors the CJUBF JUSTICE, Mr. Justice WINDEYER, and Mr. Justice FOSTER.) ADMISSION OF BARRISTERS.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 30 July 1889 p 3 Article
    Abstract: On the motion of Mr Want, Q.C., Mr. Francis Militant Sutton Stewart barrister of the Inner Temple, wia admitted to practice at the Bar of New South W ... 6660 words
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    Relevance, if any, to be determined regarding this Donald McCALLUM granted letters of administration for 549 pounds as executor of an estate - whose is not stipulated, nor name of deceased or place of death.

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  296. Family Notices
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 18 October 1865 p 3 Family Notices
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    Mary EIRTH (nee McCALLUM) widow of Samuel EIRTH daughter of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine FERGUSON (emigrants from Isle of Mull, Scotland aboard barque "British King, arrived Sydney NSW 28 Feb 1839. Died at home of her son-in-law James MARTIN at Tarlo NSW. FUNERAL 19 Oct 1865 Funeral. THE friends of Mr. JAMES MARTIN are respect-fully requested to attend the funeral of his late mother-in.law, Mrs. MARY EIRTH, on THURS-DAY, the 19th instant. The procession will leave Tarlo at 9 o'clock a m., and arrive at the Crossing-place, Old Township, at 1 o'clock. N.B.-No circulars will be issued. ROBT. CRAIG, Undertaker. [advert. ref.] 5125

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  297. Family Notices
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 18 October 1865 p 2 Family Notices
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    Mary EIRTH (nee McCALLUM)
    daughter of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine FERGUSON (emigrants from Isle of Mull, Scotland), arrived Sydney NSW 28 Feb 1839, aboard barque "British King"

    DIED
    ON the 16th instant [16 Oct 1865], at the residence of Mr. James MARTIN, Tarlo, Mrs. MARY EIRTH, relict of the late Mr. SAMUEL EIRTH, aged 55 years.

    The 1865 ARGYLE ELECTORAL ROLL contains these relevant entries:
    Eirth John Tarlo residence Tarlo
    McCallum Archibald Chatsbury freehold Chatsbury
    McCallum Donald Tarlo freehold Tarlo
    McCallum Donald Dick's Flats residence Dick's Flats
    McCallum John Tarlo freehold Tarlo
    McCallum Malcolm Wollondilly freehold Eden Forest

    Martin James Tarlo residence Tarlo

    Martin James Lake Bathurst freehold Lake Bathurst
    Martin James Mummell residence Mummell '
    Martin John Chatsbury freehold Chatsbutry
    Martin Patrick , Willaroo residence Willaroo
    Martin Thomas Gundary residence Gundary "
    Martin William Chatsbury residence Chatsbury

    SOURCE:1865
    LIST OF PERSONS QUALIFIED to Vote for the Election of Members of the Legislative Assembly, in the years 1865-6, for the Electorate of Argyle, for which I act as Collector.
    Dated at Goulburn this 28th day of January, 1865. W. SANDS, Collector.
    Christian and Surname. Residence. Qualification. Where Situate or How Arising (extract only).

    LIST OF PERSONS (1865, February 11). The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881), p. 6. Retrieved March 25, 2016, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article100827401

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  298. MR. SAMUEL EIRTH
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 15 August 1939 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The death occurred at his home, 80 Grafton Street, yesterday morning, of Mr. Samuel Eirth, aged 92. He had suffered a month's illness. 207 words
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    Samuel EIRTH junior DEATH 14 Aug 1939 son of Samuel EIRTH senior and Mary McCALLUM

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  299. DEATH OF PIONEER. GOULBURN, Wednesday.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 17 August 1939 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The death occurred at his home in Gourburn of Mr. Samuel Eirth, 92. He was born in Goulburn, where his father conducted a hotel known as the "Cottage ... 61 words
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    Samuel EIRTH junior DEATH 14 Aug 1939 age 92

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  300. LICENSE REFUSED.
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 25 April 1857 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Samuel Eirth's application for a license to a house in Sloane-street, to be known under the sign of The Travellers' Rest, was refused, as the Bench c ... 37 words
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    Samuel EIRTH senior LICENCE REFUSED. Sept 1857 Samuel Eirth's application for a license to a house in Sloane street, to be known under the sign of The Travellers' Rest, was refused, as the Bench considered that the premises were not sufficiently commodious.

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  301. GOULBURN POLICE COURT THURSDAY.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Friday 10 February 1905 p 3 Article
    Abstract: BEFORE the P.M. and Mr. Belcher. EMBEZZLEMENT. Samuel James Eirth, a young man, was charged with, that he did, during the last six 427 words
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    Samuel James EIRTH (carter, Goulburn 1905) embezzled bread delivery money from customers. Whose son to be determined.

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  302. IN THE CITY'S PIONEER DAYS Veteran Tells The Story of The Pony Express
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 24 March 1938 p 15 Article
    Abstract: Born at the "Cottage of Content," a picturesque hostelry in Sloane Street, more than 90 years ago, Mr. Samuel Eirth, of Grafton Street, can lay claim ... 559 words
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    Samuel EIRTH junior b19 April 1847 son of SamuelEIRTH senior and Mary McCALLUM

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  303. GOULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 9 February 1905 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Before the P.M. and Mr. Belcher. EMBEZZLEMENT. Samuel James Eirth was charged that during the last six months while in the employ 486 words
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    Samuel James EIRTTH (carter - bread delivery)
    to be determined whose child he is
    in 1905 recently married and fined for embezzlement of bread delivery money from customers.

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  304. Family Notices
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 20 June 1860 p 2 Family Notices
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    Samuel EIRTH senior DIED. On the Morning of Tuesday, the 19th, [June 1860] Mr. Samuel EIRTH, of Goulburn, aged 55 years.

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  305. Family Notices
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 20 June 1860 p 2 Family Notices
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    Samuel EIRTH senior FUNERAL 22 June 1860 Funeral. THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. SAMUEL EIRTH are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will take place on Friday, the 22nd instant, at one o'clock p.m. The procession will move from his late residence, Sloane-street. N.B.—No circulars will be issued. ROBT. CRAIG, 5748 Undertaker.

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  306. E. MAITLAND CRICKET CLUB
    The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939) Thursday 17 August 1939 p 11 Article
    Abstract: The adjourned annual meeting of the East Maitland Cricket Club will be held at Prince's Theatre, East Maitland, at 10.30 a.m., on Sunday 73 words
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    Samuel EIRTH junior death 14 Aug 1939

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  307. Family Notices
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Monday 14 August 1939 p 6 Family Notices
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    Samuel EIRTH junior FUNERAL 15 Aug 1939

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  308. GOULBURN.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 21 April 1851 p 3 Article
    Abstract: REPORTED ROBBERRY.—APRIL 16.—It has been stated to us by several portics, that Mr George Passfield of Currawong, Lake George, was robbed of £103, in ... 758 words
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    Samuel EIRTH senior 20 April 1851 granted publican's license [Samuel EIRTH senior] Publicans' Licences.—Yesterday,[ 20 April 1851] the Justices in Petty Sessions assembled granted the following licenses for the town of Goulburn, viz. :—To ..... Samuel Eirth,

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  309. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 4 May 1877 p 1 Family Notices
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    COLES — EIRTH. —April 17, 1877 at Gundaroo, by the Rev. J. G. Taylor, at the residence of A. Fraser,
    Job, youngest son of J. COLES, of Gundaroo,
    to Sarah, only daughter of the late Samuel EIRTH [senior] of Goulburn.

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  310. POLICE REPORTS. MONDAY. (Before Caption Zouch.)
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Wednesday 8 September 1858 p 2 Article
    Abstract: William Stanton was fined 10s., or twenty-four hours in the cells, for drunkenness. James Byrnes, charged with a similar offence, was discharged. Ann ... 822 words
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    Samuel EIRTH senior PUBLICANS' LICENSES.- Yesterday [7 Sept 1858] was the day appointed for the granting of publicans' licenses. There were but few applications. The magistrates on the bench were Captain Zouch, A. Rankin, Esq., and A. Gibson, Esq. Samuel EIRTH applied through his attorney, Mr. Walsh, for a license for a house in Sloane-street, the house to be called the Cottage of Content. Mr. Kershaw stated that the house had the usual accommodation. Application granted

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  311. GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 2.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 3 October 1905 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Before Messrs. S. H. Belcher and C. H. Roberts. DRUNK. One defendant pleaded guilty to 850 words
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    2 children of Samuel EIRTH junior guilty of truancy - Samuel EIRTH fined, names unknown

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  312. GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 9 October 1890 p 4 Article
    Abstract: BEFORE the Police-Magistrate. BREACHES OF THE PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ACT. William Weatherstone was summoned by Mr. William J. Huggart, attendance officer ... 740 words
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    Samuel EIRTH junior, through his wife Catherine Ann (nee RITCHIE) fined because child / children were truanting

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  313. OBITUARY MR. P. R. TICKNER
    Goulburn Evening Post (NSW : 1940 - 1954) Friday 30 July 1954 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The death took place in Sydney, of Mr. Peter Richard Tickner, aged 86 years. Mr. Tickner was well known 625 words
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    Samuel James EIRTH, 80 Grafton Street Goulburn NSW
    DEATH 28 July 1954, age 72
    born WOLLOGORANG STATION ca 1882

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  314. ANNUAL LICENSING SESSION. WEDNESDAY.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 27 April 1854 p 4 Article
    Abstract: THE session resumed, pursuant to adjournment. The following magistrates were present:—Mr. Allen (chairman), Mr. Plunkett, Mr. Hill, Mr. Thornton, Cap ... 1229 words
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    Samuel EIRTH Paddington Sydney, license application rejected for license for Prince Albert Inn refused. Relevance to Goulburn EIRTH publican to be determined.

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  315. ADJOURNED LICENSING MEETING, THURSDAY.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 12 May 1854 p 4 Article
    Abstract: PRESENT: Mr. Allen (chairman), Mr. Browne, Mr. Hill, Major Lockyer, Mr. Ross, Mr. Kemp, Mr. T. W. Campbell, Mr. Burnell, Mr. Thornton, Mr. Plunkett, ... 1109 words
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    Samuel EIRTH Paddington NSW applies for rehearing of publican's license, rejected for Prince Albert Inn, Paddington
    relevance to Goulburn family of EIRTH to be determined

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  316. CHURCH OF ENGLAND WORKING MEN'S LITERARY ASSOCIATION.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Thursday 24 April 1884 p 2 Article
    Abstract: In consequence of the Church Society's meeting being held on Monday evening in the mechanics institute, the above society adjourned its meeting. It i ... 578 words
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    Mrs MARTIN Chatsbury
    is a reference to Mrs John MARTIN, given name Margaret, an innkeeper of Chatsbury Hotel at Red Hill near Tarlo. Mrs Margaret MARTIN was a "British King shipmate" of John McCALLUM", according to both of their obituaries (see below) but presumably as an unmarried woman (to be checked)and thus of the whole Duncan McCALLUM family group,

    SO NOT the wife of James MARTIN of TARLO who is the son-in-law of Mary EIRTH (nee McCALLUM)
    POST-OFFICES AT TARLO AND CHATSBURY.
    Mr. Dennis, postmaster, has recently visited Tarlo and Chatsbury, in reference to the postal arrangement at those places ; and in accordance with his recommendation it has been decided that Mr. J. Cunningham be re-appointed postmaster at Tarlo,at a salary of £20 per annum, and that a post office be continued at Mrs. Martin's (to be called Chatsbury). This
    arrangement is to date from the 24th instant. The Chatsbury mail will run six times a week, and the Tarlo mail three times

    Could this "Mrs MARTIN" running a post office at Chatsbury be a reference to the wife of "James MARTIN"? the TARLO postmaster of 1867?

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  317. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Saturday 30 June 1860 p 2 Article
    Abstract: POLICE REPORT.—On Wednesday, before the police-magistrate, and William Davies, Esq. John Hurley was committed for trial on two charges, the one of ho ... 2433 words
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    1860 TARLO.-Mr. Robert Riley has been appointed national schoolmaster, and also postmaster at Tarlo. (This explains why in 1860 James MARTIN is the mail contractor - the national schoolmaster is acting as the postmaster.)

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  318. LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Saturday 27 December 1862 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THE WEATHER—We are happy to be enabled to state that the much desired change of weather has taken place. Yesterday morning looked dark and lowering, ... 2877 words
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    This explains why James MARTIN not Tarlo Postmaster in 1863 APPOINTMENT.-Mr. Pembroke of the national school, has been appointed postmaster at Tarlo, from the 1st of January 1863.

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  319. FAREWELL DINNER TO MR. JOHN SIMONS.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 5 April 1881 p 4 Article
    Abstract: ON the evening of Thursday last a very pleasant meeting was held at Mrs. Martin's Chatsbury Hotel, the occasion being a farewell dinner tendered to M ... 1206 words
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    1881
    John SIMONS of RHYANA and his wife
    farewelled at Chatsbury Hotel.
    Check relevance to John SIMONS married to Anne McCALLUM 1867, daughter of Donald McCALLUM and Catherine SINCLAIR emigrants on "British King" arriving Sydney NSW 28 Feb 1839.

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  320. Obituary.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Monday 16 June 1902 p 3 Article
    Abstract: MRS. MARGARET MARTIN of Chatsbury Hotel. Taralga-road, relict of the late Mr. John Martio, died at her residence at ten o'clock inst night from gener ... 180 words
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    Mrs Margaret MARTIN (Chatsbury Hotel)
    "emigrant per British King 1830 (sic)"
    correct date is dep Tobermory, Isle of Mull 28 Oct 1838
    arrived Sydney NSW 28 Feb 1839
    "shipmate" of John McCALLUM of Forest Lodge Taralga NSW
    "shipmate" of Ranald McDonald

    See Ranald McDONALD's obit to confirm 1830 is a typo and should read 1839:
    Death of an Old Resident. (1901, April 13). Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), p. 2. Retrieved March 25, 2016, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article98707779

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  321. Property Sales.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 4 July 1903 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Messrs. McAlister and Webb report having sold by auction on Thursday, in the estate of the late John Martin, the Chatsbury Hotel property, comprising ... 271 words
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    Estate of late John MARTIN - Chatsbury Hotel

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  322. Obituary.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Friday 2 August 1901 p 2 Article
    Abstract: MRS. HANLEY, wife of Mr. Jas. Hanley of Sydney, and daughter of Mrs. Martin of Chatsbury Hotel, Chatsbury, died in Sydney on Sunday last, of diphther ... 40 words
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    Death of Mrs James HANLEY Daughter of Mrs MARTIN of Chatsbury Hotel

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  323. TARALGA.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Saturday 26 April 1862 p 2 Article
    Abstract: On Thursday last a public meeting was held at Mr. John Martin's, near Chatsbury, George Martyr, Esq., in the chair, for the purpose of electing trust ... 459 words
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    John McCALLUM of Taralga John MARTIN near Chatsbury

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  324. TELEGRAMS. Taralga, Friday. Sudden Death at Taralga.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 15 February 1902 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Annie Siddens, employed near here, was found dead in her bed this morning. She was apparently in perfect health last night. Deceased was a grand-daug ... 57 words
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    Annie SIDDENS death 14 Feb 1902 Taralga
    grand-daughter of Mrs. Martin, of Chatsbury.
    Mrs Margaret MARTIN (wife of John MARTIN) - Chatsbury Hotel
    Mrs Margaret MARTIN was aboard BRITISH KING with John McCALLUM of Forest Lodge Taralga

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  325. Family Notices
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Monday 16 June 1902 p 3 Family Notices
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    Funeral Mrs Margaret MARTIN (Chatsbury) interred Stonequarry cemetery TARALGA Margaret waas a "shipmate" of John McCALLUM aboard "British King" arr Sydney 28 Feb 1839

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  326. Family Notices
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Saturday 15 August 1874 p 5 Family Notices
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    John MARTIN of Chatsbury, funeral 16 Aug 1874. husband of Margaret. She was "shipmate" of John McCALLUM of Forest Lodge Taralga NSW

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  327. Mr. E. M. Hughes
    Catholic Weekly (Sydney, NSW : 1942 - 1954) Thursday 9 October 1947 p 21 Article
    Abstract: The death occurred recently in the Berrima District Hospital, Bowral, of Mr. Edward Michael Hughes, grazier, of "Talloweena," 106 words
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    Mary MARTIN dau of Margaret and John MARTIN of Chatsbury Mrs Edward Michael HUGHES

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  328. Family Notices
    The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942) Thursday 14 December 1922 p 31 Family Notices
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    Donald MARTIN death 17 Dec 1921 at Lewisham son of late Margaret MARTIN of Chatsbury near Tarlo NSW

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  329. TARLO.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 5 July 1902 p 4 Article
    Abstract: OBITUARY.—Since my last report death has claimed three very old and much respected residents of this district, via., Mr. O. McDonald, of " Easington ... 482 words
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    death has claimed three very old and much respected residents of this district, via., Mr. C. McDonald, of " Essington Park," Tarlo; Mr. John McCallum, J.P., of "Forest Lodge," and Mrs. Martin of Chatsbury Hotel, Chatsbury.

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  330. TARALGA. POLICE COURT. BEFORE Messrs. W. H. Whiting and C. Ross, Js.P.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 29 December 1894 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Henry Baily was charged with fraudulently obtaining, by means of a valueless cheque from James Byrne, of Taralga, two horses, a saddle and bridle, an ... 1635 words
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    Ranald J MARTIN (Chatsworth) son of Mrs Margaret MARTIN (Chatsworth) charged with obscene language and assault of Sarah Ann SIDDONS grand-daughter of Mrs Margaret MARTIN (Chatsworth Hotel, Chatsworth)

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  331. Death of an Old Resident.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 13 April 1901 p 2 Article
    Abstract: At three o'clock this morning there passed away a very old resident of the district in the person of Mr. Ranald McDonald, farmer and grazier, of Gran ... 181 words
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    This obit CONFIRMS date of Mrs Margaret MARTIN's voyage on "British King" as emigrant to Australia was 1839, not 1830 as incorrectly type-set in MARTIN's obit.

    Death of an Old Resident.
    At three o'clock this morning there passed away a very old resident of the district in the person of Mr. Ranald McDonald, farmer and grazier, of Grant's Flat, Middle Arm. He had been suffering for some considerable time from rheumatism, but death was due to senile decay. Deceased, who had attained the age of 74 years, was a native of Inverness, Scotland, and came to New South Wales in 1839 in the ship British King, amongst his fellow passengers being Mrs Martin, of Chatsbury Hotel, and Mr. John McCallum, of Forest Lodge.

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  332. Advertising
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Friday 26 June 1903 p 5 Advertising
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    CHATSBURY HOTEL on Goulburn-Taralga Road, nearest to Taralga, land watered by McCALLUM'S CREEK., in possesion of MARTIN family for 50 years AUCTIONEERS' ADVERITISEMENTS, THURSDAY NEXT, 2nd JULY. To Hotolkeepers, Dairymen & Othorc ' In the Estate of the late John Martin, Chatsbury. hautsburny ot ell Proe~ y COMPRIBING 132 acres 3 roods Freehold Land, tog(th : with hotel, &c.; situate onil the mni. road from Goulbura to Tari'lga; distan, . 1Ii miles from Goulburn anI 12 mile front Taralga. Improvements eompriao THE CIIATSBUIIY HOTEL, built of stone, iron roof, and containing baI and sirx rooms; Brick Building adjoining hotel of thrc rooms, iron roof; also Concrete Build-: ing at back, containing two rooms, detached. kitchen (wood) and store-room ; 4-stall stable,' coack-house, and hbarn (all of wood) ; under ground tank with pump; stock and milking. yards. The Land, which is all good, has a frontage .. to the main road, and is subdivided into four: paddocks, watered by McCallumn's Creek. McALISTER AND WEBB HAVE received instructions from the Administrator in the Estate of the late. John Martin to sell by auction on Thursday, Next, the 2nd July, 'The Chatsbury Hotel, At 2 o'clock, The Above Valuable Holding, and which is solely brought into the market to wind up the trusts of the estate. The property has been in the absolute possesion of the Martin family for the past. fifty years, therefore comment is unnecessary. TERMS:- Deposit, balance on comple-tion TITLE PERFECT. Messrs. Betts and Son solicitors for the Estate. PLEASE NO'TE.--The Sale will be held at the CHAT'SBURY H[OTEL . 1990

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  333. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 1 September 1933 p 9 Family Notices
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    Mrs Mary M HUGHES (nee MARTIN) formerly of CHATSBURY, Goulburn St Francis Xavier's Church ASHBURY, interment ROOKWOOD Catholic Cemetery.

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  334. RIFLE SHOOTING.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 25 January 1912 p 1 Article
    Abstract: The following are selected to represent Marulan at Clyde on January 26:—J. W. Handley (capt.), J. A. Hogg (sec.), A. Hogg, A. E. Shepherd, D. Shepher ... 91 words
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    J McCALLUM and L McCALLUM members in 1912 of MARULAN RIFLE CLUB

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  335. Police Incidents. TUESDAY.
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 8 July 1848 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Before CAPT. HOVELL. DRUNKARDS.—Ann Barry made her second appearance charged with being drunk in the public streets, on Saturday night, and, in 1534 words
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    SUNDAY SELLING.--Mr. Samuel EIRTH, land-lord of the " Traveller's Rest," Sloane street, appeared to answer an information exhibited against him by the chief constable, under the Licensing Act charging him with selling a glass of Ale to one John Henkinson, between the hours of one and three on Sunday afternoon. In answer to the charge, defendant stated, that he had been always under the impression that he was authorised to sell ale and beer between the hours of one and three on Sundays' ; and that he had, since he held the license, acted upon it. Magistrate--Well, I can only say, you may consider yourself lucky that you have not been brought up before.--Defendant.--But, the witness Henkinson was a traveller, for he lives a mile from the: town. Magistrate--No. I do not look upon him in that light. Defendant--Well, your worship, who then is to be considered a traveller ; and distance must he reside from Goulburn to come under this appellation. Magistrate--Oh, a traveller means a man who sets out on a day's journey and stops on the road to refresh himself. Defendant was then sentenced to pay a fine of £2, and 8s. 6d. costs. Having paid the fine he left the Court, observ-ing that, the sooner he left Goulburn the better, as it was impossible to get a living in it from the officious and vexatious interference of the police with the publicans.

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  336. Domestic Intelligence.
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 17 August 1850 p 5 Article
    Abstract: DEPARTURE OF THE JUDGE.—His Honor Mr. Justice Therry accompanied by Mr. Carter, the clerk of Arraigns, left Maudelson's Hotel, on Wednesday last for ... 1521 words
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    Samuel EIRTH new application- publican's licence for house recently erected beyond Scotch Kirk (Grafton Street Goulburn NSW)

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  337. Domestic Intelligence. SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING.
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 7 September 1850 p 5 Article
    Abstract: TUESDAY last being the day appointed by the Publican's Act, for the transfer of licenses, CAPTAIN ROSSIA, J.P., (Chairman); J. R. STYLES, Esq., J.P.; ... 1154 words
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    ​1850
    Publican Licence
    David ROSS -granted
    (Father of Elizabeth Cameron ROSS - 1st wife of Donald McCALLUM junior)

    Samuel EIRTH senior-not granted
    (husband of Mary McCALLUM)


    ​DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE
    SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING.
    Tuesday last being the day appointed by the Publican's Act, for the transfer of licenses, CAPTAIN ROSSI, J.P., (Chairman); J. R. STYLES, Esq., J. P. W.P.FAITHFULL, Esq., J. P. ; J. MORPHY, Esq.J.P.; J. EDGE, Esq., J.P., and H. EDENBOROUGH, Esq., J.P., took their seats on the Bench at twenty minutes after one o'clock.
    The first applicant was Mr. David ROSS, for a house at the corner of Auburn and Verner Streets, formerly occupied by Mr. Henry Hollis, to be called the Lord Macdonald. Granted.

    Mr. Samuel EIRTH, for a house situate in Grafton street.
    The applicant had held a wine and beer license for three years, (we understood,) and was compelled to relinquish it when the new Act came into force. The house sought to be licensed is situate within a short distance of that which Mr. Eirth formerly occupied.
    On the application being read, Captain Rossi enquired of the chief constable how many public-houses there were in Goulburn; Mr. McAlister stated that there were twelve.
    The chairman then enquired as to the accommodation, and was informed by the chief constable that the new Act took from him the duty of inspecting houses applied for to be licensed, and imposed it upon the Justices.
    Captain Rossi then expressed his opinion that there were a sufficient number of licensed houses in town, and referring the matter to his colleagues, it was agreed upon that the license should not be granted.

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  338. Domestic Intelligence.
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 16 November 1850 p 4 Article
    Abstract: RAILWAY.—By the late arrivals from England we learn that the Royal assent has been given to the Sydney Railway Bill. BUILDING SOCIETY. — We understan ... 2724 words
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    SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING.- Mr. Samuel E​IRTH​ is the only applicant for a license at the next special licensing meeting, which will be held in December. He applies for a license for a house in Grafton-street, a short distance from the Scot's Church. As the inhabitants of this part of the town are very anxious to have a properly conducted Inn in their neig​h​bourhood, we hope the Bench will grant the application of Mr. E​IRTH​, who is well-known as a person capable of managing a house with respectability.

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  339. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 16 April 1859 p 2 Article
    Abstract: DISTRICT COURT OFFICERS.—We understand that at present, his Honor the Judge of the Southern District Courts, Thomas Callaghan, Esq., has not decided ... 2367 words
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    ​1859 ​APPLICATIONS for PUBLICANS LICENCES- Applications to the magistrates for licenses have been made by the following parties: Samuel EIRTH, Cottage of Content Altogether there are fifty-two applications, which is eight more than were granted last year.

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  340. ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING.
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Wednesday 20 April 1859 p 2 Article
    Abstract: This meeting was held yesterday. At the appointed hour there was not a majority of justices present, so that the business was adjourned till one p.m. ... 2604 words
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    Samuel EIRTH granted publican's licence for Cottage of Content at Annual Licencing Meeting ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. This meeting was held yesterday. At the appointed hour there was not a majority of justices present, so that the business was adjourned till one p.m., at which hour there were in attendance Captain Plunkett, James Chisholm, W. Chatfield, F. R. L. Rossi, J. W. Chisholm, D. H. Thorn, A. Gibson, A. G. de Lauret, J. S. Futter, and W. Conolly, Esqrs. The following applications were then proceeded with: .... Samuel Eirth, Cottage of Content, Goulburn - granted.

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  341. FRIDAY'S POLICE COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 11 April 1896 p 4 Article
    Abstract: BEFORE the Police-Magistrate and Messrs. Meyer and Burcher. DRUNKENNESS AND VAGRANCY. James Stewart, alias the Rat, was charged with 2756 words
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    STRAYING ANIMALS. William Everett pleaded guilty to having allowed a horse to stray in the streets, and he was fined 1s with 7s 6d costs. Herbert Perry and Samuel EIRTH were mulct in similar sums for like offences.

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  342. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PUBLICANS' ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 18 April 1860 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THE meeting for the purpose of considering the applications for publicans' licenses was held yesterday. Present:—The Police Magistrate, W. P. Faithfu ... 4655 words
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    ​1860 PUBLICANS' ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. The meeting for the purpose of considering the applications for publicans' licenses was held yesterday'. Present:-The Police Magistrate, WV. P. Faithfull. Esq., W. Hi. Hovell, Esq., A. Turner. Esq., and James Giles, Esq., J.P.'s. .... ​Samuel EIRTH, Cottage of Content, Sloane-street, Goulburn-granted.

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  343. KIANDRA.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 4 April 1860 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THE government have wisely determined not to remove the police from the diggings. but intend sending a reinforcement, and buildings substantial watch ... 4897 words
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    ​1860 PUBLICANS' LICENSES.—The following are the applications that have been filed with the clerk of petty sessions:— Samuel EIRTH, Cottage of Content, Sloane-street, Goulburn

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  344. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Wednesday 9 November 1859 p 3 Advertising
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    MONSTER THE MOST IMPORTANT SALE OF Valuable Improved Town 'Property, FARMS, AND CENTRALtY SITUATED Allotments in the Town of Goulburn. - IMPORTANT TO CAPITALISTS. MONEYED MEN, AND OTHERS SEEKING ELIGIBLE INVESTMENTS. The Woolpack Inn, Grafton-street. The Cottage of Content, Soane-street. Family Residence, Auburn-street. Two Farms of Eighty Acres each at the Shingled Hut. Allotments in Grafton, Cowper, Clinton, Montague, Auburn, Bradley, and Goldsmith Streets., J. FULLJAMES Has been favored with instructions from the proprietor, Mr. H. GREIG, to submit to unreserved competition, At the Australian Auction Mart, ON TUESDAY, 22ND NOVEMBER, At 11 o'clock, THE FOLLOWING HIGHLY VALUABLE PROPERTIES.​ ---------- including: Lot 16. ALLOTMENT 5, of section 20, town of Goulburn, situated in Sloane-street, containing half-acre, together with the well-known Inn, "The Cottage of Content," now let to Mr. Samuel EIRTH. There are seven rooms, all on the ground floor, with suitable out-offices, servants' rooms, and kitchen built of stone and brick, six-stalled stable, &c.; the whole forming one of the most compact properties ever brought to the hammer in Goulburn

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  345. Domestic Intelligence.
    The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser (NSW : 1848 - 1859) Saturday 5 April 1851 p 4 Article
    Abstract: THE LATE GOULBURN RACES.—When the Beaten Stakes were about to be run for at the last Goulburn meeting, Easy John, Gazelle, and Scham, were, entered a ... 920 words
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    ​1851 ​GENERAL LICENSING MEETING.- The following are the applicants for licenses at the next General Licensing day :- .......... Samuel EIRTH, Goulburn (has previously occupied the premises)

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  346. Sudden Death at Sutton. MR. FRANCIS DUNN.
    Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer (NSW : 1915 - 1927) Friday 17 September 1915 p 2 Article
    Abstract: On Tuesday night the Coroner received a call on the Sutton telephone, announcing that the body of Mr. Francis Dunn. the oldest resident of 491 words
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    Death of Francis DUNN husband of Emily FRASER. Emily FRASER was younger sister of Alexander FRASER storekeeper and postmaster of Upper Gundaroo NSW Alexander FRASER was husband of Flora McCALLUM

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  347. OBITUARY. MRS FRANCIS DUNN. [Communicated.]
    Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer (NSW : 1915 - 1927) Tuesday 26 October 1915 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The deceased lady was born in 1838 at Fish River, near Goulburn, and was the youngest daughter of the late Alexander Fraser of 530 words
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    Death of Mrs Francis DUNN (nee Emily FRASER) Emily FRASER younger sister of Alexander FRASER Alexander FRASER married Flora McCALLUM

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  348. Mr. Dunn's Mother. A Sonny, Unselfish Disposition.
    Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954) Thursday 28 October 1915 p 20 Article
    Abstract: Thus the Queanbeyan "Leader of October 21st:—It was our painful duty only four weeks ago to record the sudden 509 words
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    Mrs Francis DUNN nee Emily FRASER born 1838 Goulburn NSW younger sister of Alexander FRASER Alexander Fraser married Flora McCALLUM. Upon her death Flora FRASER (nee McCALLUM) made a bequest to Mr Francis DUNN of "Mamossa Glen" Gundaroo (later known as Mimosa Glen Suton NSW

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  349. GOLDEN WEDDING.
    Queanbeyan Age (NSW : 1907 - 1915) Tuesday 12 November 1912 p 2 Article
    Abstract: MONDAY, 4th November, saw a happy little gathering of the relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dunn of " Mimosa Glen," Sutton, to 444 words
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    Mrs Francis DUNN (nee Emily FRASER) youngest daughter of the late Alex. Fraser of Goulburn and a native of Glasgow, Scotland. Younger sister to Alexander FRASER who married Flora McCALLUM

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  350. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. In the will of Alexander Fraser, late of Gundaroo, in the Colony of New South Wales, storekeeper, deceased.
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Friday 4 August 1882 [Issue No.313] p 4052 Government Gazette Private Notices
    Extract: In the Supreme Courb of New South Wale«. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. In tlie will of Alexander Fraser, late of Gundaroo, in the Colony of New South Wales, ... 136 words
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    Flora McCALLUM married Alexander FRASER 1852 Alexander FRASER dies 25 July 1882 his wife Flora FRASER is execureix of will.

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  351. Local Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 21ST. HIGHWAY ROBBERY UNDER ARMS.
    The Golden Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1860 - 1864) Thursday 24 December 1863 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Frank Stanley alias Thomas Wright, alias William Shellar, and Charles Jones, alias William Herbert, under remand from Thursday last, were brought bef ... 3771 words
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    Flora McCALLUM, wife of Alexander FRASEER storekeeper-postmaster GUNDAROO NSW robbed under arms, testimony to court hearing

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  352. SMALL DEBTS COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 17 February 1883 p 7 Article
    Abstract: In the small debts court, some half dozen cases were set down. Some were settled out of court, and the rest were disposed of as follows :— 95 words
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    Claims by Flora FRASER (nee McCALLUM) on behalf of her late husband Alexander's estate

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  353. In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. In the will of Flora Fraser, late of Goulburn, in the Colony of New South Wales, widow, deceased.
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Friday 6 January 1888 [Issue No.12] p 120 Government Gazette Private Notices
    Extract: In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. In the will of Flora Fraser, late of Goulburn, in the Colony of New South Wales, "widow, ... 124 words
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    Flora FRASER (nee McCALLUM) probate on will Executors: John McCALLUM, farmer TARLO NSW and James SIMONS innkeeper of Commercial Hotel Goulburn NSW

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  354. GUNDAROO.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 19 April 1884 p 6 Article
    Abstract: THE Easter holidays passed off very quietly here. Sports of any kind were not indulged in on Easter. Monday, owing doubtless to the attractions at ad ... 473 words
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    Flora FRASER (nee McCALLUM) ADJOURNED SMALL DEBTS COURT. Flora Fraser v. Thomas Mlolloy.-Balance of account for goods sold, £10 This case was struck out, as service of summons could not be effected. Fraser v. Joseph Casey, junr.--Goods sold, £3 1s. No appearance of defendant. Service of summons and debt were proved. Verdict for amount and 11s 6d costs.

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  355. GUNDAROO.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Saturday 12 April 1884 p 3 Article
    Abstract: THE SEASON.—We have had no rain since my last, although, heavy clouds have been hanging about and promising more. Some of the ploughs have been set t ... 722 words
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    Flora FRASER (nee McCALLUM) seeks payment of small debts- unpaid store accounts, monies owed to her by several customers. Flora FRASER storekeeper GUNDAROO NSW took over sole charge of store after her husband's death in 1882 Small Debts.-At the small debts court to-day, Mr. William Aflleck J.P., on the bench, the following cases were disposed of: Flora Fraser sued George Butts for 30/- balance of store account. Verdict for amount with 10/-costs. Same v. John McEnroe, store account; no appearance of defendant ; proof of service of summons and debt being tendered a verdict for the amount with 5/- costs was given Same v. C. McEnroe, balance of store account, £2. Verdict for full amount and 8/- costs and 9/-to expenses. Same v. Joseph Casey, adjourned till 16th April. Same v. Thomas Malloy, adjourned till 16th April.. Flora Fraser v. Thomas Butts, 20/6; same v. Fred Butts, £5 1/41; and same v. Charles Butts £5 5/, were all settled out of court.

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  356. LAW REPORT. SUPREME' COURT.—MONDAY, MARCH 12. In Banco.—(Before their Honors Mr. Justice INNES, Mr. Justice STEPHEN, and Mr. Justice FOSTER.) [?] ANOTHER V. THE BOROUGH OF PADDINGTON.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Tuesday 13 March 1888 p 11 Article
    Abstract: Attorney-General and Mr. C. B. Stephen appeared [?] of the appellants (defendants), and moved for a rule[?] for a new trial. The action, which was tr ... 3229 words
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    . In Ecclesiastial Jurisdiction.-- (Before his Honor Mr Justice Owen.) The following probates were granted Flora Fraser, £494;

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  357. INSOLVENCY MEETINGS.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 9 August 1880 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Monday, August 9.—Examination of witnesses: James Seivl, John Harkness, William White, Bridget Slattery, George Peers Wainwright List of Estates in a ... 428 words
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    INSOLVENCY MEETINGS. Monday, August 9 - Examination of witnesses list included Alexander FRASER [relevance or otherwise not known]

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  358. Family Notices
    Queanbeyan Age (NSW : 1867 - 1904) Wednesday 4 January 1888 p 2 Family Notices
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    Flora FRASER (nee McCALLUM) dies 26 Dec 1887 at residence of Mr Job COLE (COLES) Addison Street GOULBURN aged 55 years. Flora FRASER, relict of Alexander FRASER, storekeeper GUNDAROO NSW. That Flore FRASER (nee McCALLUM) dies at home of a married daughter of Mary McCALLUM confirms they are related. Sarah Jane COLES married Job COLES 17-4-1877, Sarah was born 2-4-1846 the youngest daughter of Mary McCALLUM and Samuel EIRTH. Mary and Flora travelled from Isle of Mull Scotland as emigrants to Australia as part of the family group of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine FERGUSON, aboard BRITISH KING, arriving Port Jackson 28 Feb 1839

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  359. TO THE EDITOR.
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 16 December 1868 p 3 Article
    Abstract: SIR,—I beg through your valuable journal to call the attention of the powers the shameful state of the canseway at Gundaroo proper, Some £375 is in t ... 259 words
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    Letter to Editor from Alexander FRASER of GUNDAROO re state of Gundaroo roads and funding matters

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  360. REMITTANCES RECEIVED Since last publication:—
    Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser (NSW : 1864 - 1867) Thursday 12 July 1866 p 2 Article
    Abstract: From M. Herbert, Esq., J.P., Naas Valley, £3 3s 3d; Mr A. Fraser, Gundaroo, £1. 20 words
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    Alexander FRASER paid one pound remittance

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  361. TELEGRAMS. (THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY) SYDNEY. Wednesday, 0.58 p.m.
    Queanbeyan Age (NSW : 1867 - 1904) Thursday 8 February 1872 p 2 Article
    Abstract: PARLIAMENT is dissolved. Writs are issued for the various electorates. The nomination for Queanbeyan takes 499 words
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    Alexander FRASER of GUNDAROO NSW letter to editor re small claims procedures

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  362. COUNTRY NEWS. OPENING OF THE NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL, QUEANBEYAN.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 23 May 1860 p 2 Article
    Abstract: ON Sunday last, 13th May, the above beautiful and substantial building was opened and consecrated to the service of God. by suitable and impressive p ... 983 words
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    Mrs Alexander FRASER provides tables for opening of new Weslyan Chapel at Queanbeyan and donates 3 pounds 12 shillings and 6 pence towards the building fund

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  363. BROOKS'-CREEK DIGGINGS.
    The Golden Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1860 - 1864) Thursday 4 July 1861 p 2 Article
    Abstract: According to promise I send you a statement of facts the above diggings. I must just tell you that I don't ground my statements upon the mere ipse di ... 745 words
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    Alexander FRASER eyewitness report on Brooks' Creek gold diggings , in letter to Editor in capacity as Post Master

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  364. CRIME IN NEW SOUTH WALES. THE MURDER OF SERGEANT M'GINNERTY.—FURTHER OUTRAGES. (From the Border Post, [?] July.)
    The Star (Ballarat, Vic. : 1855 - 1864) Wednesday 6 July 1864 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The account of the murder of this unfortunate man, which appeared in our last, was inaccurate in the details, which were supplied to us by the police ... 1378 words
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    Mr FRASER of Gundaroo sending parcel of gold to value of 25 pounds when the mail coach was held up by armed robber, gold stolen among other items. Coach bailed up on Goulburn side of Collector

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  365. Advertising
    Queanbeyan Age (NSW : 1867 - 1904) Thursday 20 March 1873 p 3 Advertising
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    Alexander FRASER listed as seller of Waddell's Specific for Tootache

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  366. No Title
    Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser (NSW : 1864 - 1867) Thursday 11 August 1864 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A public meeting was held at Mr J. Edgar's public-house at Gundaroo, to take preliminary steps to urge upon the government the necessity of improving ... 263 words
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    Alexander FRASER chairs public meeting re roadworks to improve communication between Collector and Gundaroo

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  367. ROBBERY OF THE QUEANBEYAN GUNDAROO, AND COLLECTOR MAILS.
    Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser (NSW : 1864 - 1867) Thursday 7 July 1864 p 3 Article
    Abstract: WE have today to chronicle another mail robbery, as having taken place in this district, the mails from Queanbeyan (via Gundaroo), Gundaroo, and Coll ... 1375 words
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    Alexander FRASER gold stolen from mail coach - further details

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  368. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE MINISTERIAL VISIT.
    Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser (NSW : 1864 - 1867) Thursday 10 May 1866 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THE Honorable the Colonial Secretary, in the prosecution of a tour through the Southern districts of the colony, arrived last Sunday evening in Quean ... 2544 words
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    Alexander FRASER of Gundaroo NSW established a store at MAC;s REEF near the gold crushing machinery

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  369. Advertising
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 27 February 1883 p 2 Advertising
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    "Mrs FRAZER" is a typo, elsewhere in ad is reference to her husband as Mr A FRASER. The couple were Alexander FRASER and Flora McCALLUM (Mrs Alexander FRASER) W ANTED KNOWN, that the "SIX-MILE STORE," near Gundaroo, carried on successfully for many years by the late Mr. A.Fraser 's now, in consequence of his death, TO BE LET, together with Paddocks, at a moderate rent, and the Stock as per arrangement. This is a grand opportunity, and one which seldom occurs, for suitable person to get into a business long established and in such a prosperous part of the country. For further particulars apply to Mrs. FRAZER, Six-Mile Store, Gundaroo; or Mr.CHAS. ROGERS, Goulburn. Advertising (1883, February 27). Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), p. 2. Retrieved April 9, 2016, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article110072704 NOTE: Charles ROGERS is husband of Elizabeth JOHNSON/JOHNSTON.m 1866 Elizabeth JOHNSTON b1848 is the daughter of Ann McCALLUM b 1816 Isle of Mull and James JOHNSTON Ann McCALLUM and James JOHNSTON m 6-5-1845 Sydney So the tie between Flora FRASER (nee McCALLUM) and Ann JOHNSTON (McCALLUM) seems strong

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  370. Advertising
    The Golden Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1860 - 1864) Thursday 17 October 1861 p 3 Advertising
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    Emily FRASER, younger sister of Alexander FRASER takes over as storekeeper of Albion Store GUNDAROO NSW

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  371. Advertising
    The Golden Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1860 - 1864) Thursday 18 April 1861 p 1 Advertising
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    No more Depression in Trade !!! . " Advertising is to business what steam is to machinery-the grand propelling power."-LoRD MACAULEY. THE undersigned, having the fullest confidence in the soundness of the comparison made by the great historian in the above words, is determined to have recourse to advertising, as an unerring means of infusing life into any particular branch of trade to which it may be applied, believing that the public need simply to be reminded of the bargains to be had at these times to be induced to make their purchases. THE NEW GENERAL STORES GUNDAROO, will be found replete with the following saleable articles, at a small advance only upon Goulburn prices: IN DRAPERIES: PRINTS (new patterns) CALICOES (Hortorns) DELAINES . CARPETS, MUSLINS . OILCLOTHS CHINA MATTING &c. Selected from the best market with especial reference to the requirements of the district. SLOP DEPARTMENT: MEN'S: & BOYS’ ready-made CLOTHING of every kind from that worn by the Mechanic and Labourer, to that which becomes the Man of Fashion, HOSIERY : GENTS' SOCKS,' bleached and unbleached LADIES' STOCKINGS, all qualities and prices. GLOVES : From the neat and elegant Kid, to articles of a more serviceable kind, in Wool, Cloth, &c. A choice lot of PARASOLS, just opened.. IN GROCERIES: TEAS - SAGO -SUGARS ARROWROOT RICE OATMEAL COFFEE (an incomparable article ) TOBACCO (the best on Gundaroo) PLUMS SAUCES CURRANTS &c., &c, BOOTS & -SHOES: Gentlemen's, Ladies', and Children's, in every variety. TIN WARE, Of all kinds, manufactured on the Premises. SHAFT & LEADING HARNESS (Colonial made.) Ironmongery, Crockery, (the latter rare in quality and beautiful in patterns), to the whole of which inspection is respectfully invited. A. FRASER.: New General Stores, Gundaroo. SHOEING FORGE. A FRASER, Shoeing Smith and Smith in general Excellent Workmanship and fair prices. CHEESE, CHEESE, CHEESE. Just come to hand, a choice lot of the above.: A. FRASER, Gundaroo. FISH

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  372. Advertising
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Saturday 16 February 1861 p 3 Advertising
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    Alexander FRASER Warning to debtors Notice. ALL persons indebted to the undersigned, are requested to settled their accounts without delay to prevent unpleasant proceedings. A. FRASER, Gundaroo. February 7, 1861

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  373. Advertising
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Saturday 4 February 1860 p 3 Advertising
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    Caution. THE public are hereby cautioned against transacting business with James Fraser, on account of the late firm of Messrs.Fraser, storekeepers, Gundaroo. ALEXANDER FRASER, Senior Partner. February 1, 1860

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  374. Advertising
    The Golden Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1860 - 1864) Thursday 10 October 1861 p 3 Advertising
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    In the Supreme Court of New South Wales Edwin Butler, of Goulburn, .Plaintiff; and Alexander Fraser, of Gundaroo, .Defendant. THE Sheriff will cause to be Sold by Public Auction, at twelve o'clock, noon, on Monday the 14th day of October 1861, at the residence of the above named defendant, Gundaroo, to satisfy the above claim, unless the same be sooner paid, -the following, being the Property of' defendant, viz.,- Large Horse Dray 'Small Dray ' 2 Horses Household Furniture Store Goods &c., & TERMS, CASH Queanbeyan, October 8th 1861

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  375. Advertising
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 21 November 1866 p 3 Advertising
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    In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Sheriff's Office, Goulburn, November 19, 1866. Marks v. Fraser. ON Saturday next, the 24th day of November instant, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, unless the writ of fi. fa. herein be previously satisfied, the Sheriff will cause to be sold by public auction, on the premises now occupied by the defendant, Alexander Fraser, Storekeeper, GUNDAROO, a general assortment of DRAPERY GROCERY IRONlMONGERY SADDLERY, &c., Ac. the stock-in-trade of the above-named defendant, together with the whole of his Household Furniture, Shop Fixtures, Horses, Cart, and other effects

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  376. EXTRAORDINARY CASE.
    The Golden Age (Queanbeyan, NSW : 1860 - 1864) Thursday 14 January 1864 p 2 Article
    Abstract: ALEXANDER FRASER V. RICHARD PICKERAM.—This was a claim at the Yass Small Debts Court held on Wednesday, January 6th, before Dr. Blake, for £6 7s. 8½d ... 1832 words
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    Alexander FRASER versus Richard PICKERAM case of debt claimed very involved.

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  377. EMU CREEK DIGGINGS. GRENFELL, EMU CREEK, MARCH 2.
    Sydney Mail (NSW : 1860 - 1871) Saturday 9 March 1867 p 4 Article
    Abstract: THE dearth of water could not be more clearly shewn than it has been by this week's yield of gold. Only 40 oz. have been sold this week, and even tha ... 5312 words
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    2 March 1867 armed hold-up in home of Alexander and Flora FRASER by 3 bushrangers

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  378. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 7 April 1926 p 12 Family Notices
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    DEATH COLES.— April 2, 1926, at Goulburn, Job COLES, dearly loved father of: H. P. R., C. A., and J. H. COLES, and dear uncle of A. E. Taylor, of Avonholme, Annandale, aged 76 years. (born ca 1850) Job COLES husband of Sarah Jane EIRTH (daughter of Samuel EIRTH and Mary McCALLUM) Job COLES and Sarah EIRTH were married at residence of Alexander FRASER and Flora McCALLUM at Gundaroo on 17 April 1877. Relationship of Flora McCALLUM and Mary McCALLUM yet to be confirmed, both arrived as emigrants on board ship BRITISH KING which arrived 28 Feb 1838 at Port Jackson NSW. Part of family group of Duncan McCALLUM and Catherine FERGUSSON from Isle of Mull, SCOTLAND.

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  379. OBITUARY.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 12 July 1919 p 2 Article
    Abstract: An old and esteemed resident, Mrs. Sarah Coles, wife of Mr. T. Coles, of Bourke-street, died at her husband's residence on Thursday morning after a l ... 81 words
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    OBITUARY. An old and esteemed resident, Mrs. Sarah COLES, wife of Mr. J. COLES, of Bourke-street, died at her husband's residence on Thursday morning [died Thurs 10 July 1919] after a long and painful illness, at the age of 73. Besides her husband, Mrs. COLES is survived by an adult family. One of the sons is Mr. Coles, of Montague-street Goulburn NSW. Sarah EIRTH born 2-4-1846 NORWOOD NSW, daughter of Samuel EIRTH and Mary McCALLUM married Job COLES (youngest son of J COLES of Gundaroo NSW) 17-4-1877 at residence of Alexander FRASER and his wife Flora McCALLUM at GUNDAROO NSW.

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  380. GOULBURN GIRL AT FOSSIL DOWNS
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 16 September 1937 p 19 Article
    Abstract: Fossil Downs, a million-acre cattle station in the north-west of Australia, has been the home of Miss Jean MacDonald, of Goulburn, since April last. ... 388 words
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    Note: 26 March 1883 Alexander and Donald MACKENZIE, cousins of Charles and William Neil MACDONALD made the original overland droving trip to Fossil Downs, along with Peter Thomson, James McGeorge and Jasper Pickles. The MACKENZIES of THE JUNCTION, TUENA, near Crookwell NSW paid the lease for first year and helped fund the operation as partners in a joint venture until ca 1900 when the MACKENZIES sold out to the MACDONALDS.

    Colin and Wiliam Neil, and Donald ("Dan") MACDONALD ran the station. Dan took over after Colin's death in 1903 was followed in 1910 by William Neil's. In 1928 Dan bought back from Sydney KIDMAN the half share he'd purchase in 1920s, with support of brother Duncan MACKENZIES. All brothers, sons of Donald MACDONALD (from Broadford, Isle of Skye in 1930s) and his wife Ann McALLUM (from Isle of Mull arr Sydney 28 Feb 1938).
    Then Dan's son William ("Bill") took overworked on Fossil Downs, in 1936 after his father's death.
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    Miss Jean MACDONALD (of YURABI, Goulburn NSW) settles at FOSSIL DOWNS CATTLE STATION in The Kimberley WA as Housekeeper, with her brother Bill MACDONALD who is Manager. Bill MACDONALD took over following death of his father Dan MACDONALD in 1936. The station was established by Bill and Jean's uncles Charles and William MACDONALD in 1886, after overlanding cattle more than 3,000 miles from Tuena in the Crookwell district NSW.

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  381. "FOSSIL DOWNS" Interesting Films Shown
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Monday 14 March 1938 p 7 Article
    Abstract: At her home, "Yurabl," 44 Montague Street, on Friday evening, Mrs. Dan MacDonald entertained about 40 guests at a screening of 316 words
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    Bill MACDONALD and fiancee Maxine DARROW

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  382. Thrills at Fossil Downs Station of Over a Million Acres EARLY DAYS IN THE KIMBEBLEYS
    The Farmer and Settler (Sydney, NSW : 1906 - 1955) Thursday 31 March 1938 p 24 Article
    Abstract: RIVALLING in color even the adventurous exploits of our earliest explorers, the story of Willy MacDonald's journey across Australia to 915 words
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    Mr W.N. "Bill" MACDONALD
    son of "Dan" MACDONALD
    Grandson of Donald "Dan" MACDONALD
    Bill in charge of Fossil Downs about 6 years, current owner, aged early 20s

    Retells story of his Grandfather Donald "Dan", his father Dan and his uncles Charles "Charley"and William Neil "Wily" MACDONALD.

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  383. OBITUARY Death of Mr. Dan MacDonald PIONEER DAYS
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Tuesday 9 March 1937 p 4 Article
    Abstract: The death occurred this morning, after an illness extending over some weeks, of Mr. Donald (Dan) MacDonald, of Yurabi, 617 words
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    DEATH aged 80yrs
    Donald (Dan) MACDONALD junior born Bradley, LAGGAN NSW
    resident of 44 Monrague Street GOULBURN NSW
    Former owner FOSSIL DOWNS
    4th son of Ann McALLUM (arr Sydney 38 Feb 1839 from Isle of Mull, Scotland aboard ship BRITISH KING) and Donald (Dan) MACDONALD senior (of Broadford, Isle of Skye, Scotland).

    Mr Dan MACDONALD junior many years a pastoralist owner at one time of ARN PRIOR (Larbert) and ROSSIVILLE, Goulburn NSW..
    Lately partner with son Mr W.N. "Bill" MACDONALD in FOSSIL DOWNS WA.

    Not part of droving trip Goulburn to Kimberley with brothers William and Charles. At time was prospecting in norther portion WA.

    He married the eldest daughter of the late Mr. S. J. Mitchell, LL.B., of Adelaide.
    He is survived by his widow,
    two sons, Archibald Charles, of Rossiville, and William Neil, of Fossil Downs, and one daughter, Jean Catherine.
    Mr. John Neil MacDonald, of Crookwell, is the only surviving brother.

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  384. Disputed Rabbit Traps. CHARGE OF STEALING. ACCUSED BEFORE THE COURT.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 21 February 1920 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Albert James Hercules Weeks was charged before Mr. G. R. Williams, P.M., at the Goulburn Police Court on Friday with stealing, at Rossiville, 673 words
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    Archibald Charles McDONALD - son of Donald McDONALD junior and ? MITCHELL - grandson of Donald McDONALD senior and Ann McALLUM

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  385. FAUNA PROTECTION ACT, 1948 APPOINTMENT OF HONORARY RANGERS
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Friday 15 December 1961 [Issue No.135] p 3967 Government Gazette Appointments And Employment
    Extract: FAUNA PROTECTION ACT, 1948 Appointment of Honorary Rangers THE undermentioned persons have been appointed as Honorary Rangers for the purposes of the ... 241 words
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    Archibald Charles Mitchell MCDONALD of "Rossiville" Goulburn NSW Appointment Dec 1961 as Honorary Ranger under the 1948 Fauna Protection Act

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  386. Family Notices
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Saturday 20 December 1862 p 2 Family Notices
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    DIED, At Clifford's Creek, on the 18th instant, after giving birth to a daughter, ANN, the beloved wife of Mr. DONALD McDONALD, aged thirty-two years. The Goulburn Herald. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1862. Death certificate says daughter of Neil McCALLUM and Ann McDONALD, born Isle of MULL, Argyllshire, Scotland, arrived Sydney NSW aboard migrant ship BRITISH KING, aged 8 yrs, born 1 May 1830, twin to Flora McALLUM. married Donald McDONALD, Goulburn parish at Cotton Valley (Cotta Wallah) near Laggan NSW on 10 July 1849

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  387. MONDAY—OCTOBER 12.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 14 October 1863 p 2 Article
    Abstract: John Mc Rae was indicted for that he on the 26th September, at Laggan, did feloniously stab, cut, and wound one Donald Me Donald, with intent to do g ... 2600 words
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    Donald MACDONALD (McDONALD) of Clifford's Creek, LAGGAN NSW wounded by McRAE in Oct 1863. Widower of Ann McDONALD (nee McALLUM) who died 1862 afrer birth of daughter at age 32. Ann McALLUM b 1 May 1830 Isle of Mull Argyllshire Scotland, daughter of Neil McCALLUM and Ann McDONALD

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  388. LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 7 October 1863 p 2 Article
    Abstract: POLICE REPORT.—On Saturday William Johnson alias Atkin Marlow for indecently exposing his person was sent to jail for three months. The same defendan ... 4224 words
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    Donald MACDONALD of Clifford's Creek, LAGGAN NSW Police Court Tuesday 6 Oct 1863 John McRAE landlord of Sir Colin Campbell Inn at LAGGAN charged with assault of Donald McDONALD on 18 Sept 1863. McRAE commiitted for trial

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  389. LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Saturday 10 October 1863 p 2 Article
    Abstract: POLICE REPORT.—At the Goulburn police-court on Wednesday Ellen Mundy and Mary Ann Daley were committed for trial at the quarter-sessions on a charge ... 3304 words
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    GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. - This court will open on Monday next, [12 Oct 1863] before Judge Callaghan, with a list of thirty-seven cases, as follows:- Peter Hunt v. Donald McDonald, labour and materials, £77; Relevance, if any, to be determined

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  390. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GEOLOGY OF THE GOULBURN DISTRICT.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 2 May 1860 p 2 Article
    Abstract: ON Monday last, agreeably to the advertised notice, what was styled a conversazione, took place at the Goulburn Mechanics' Institute, although it was ... 5824 words
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    Donald McDonald (Sir Colin Campbell inn Laggan NSW) liicence granted Oct 1860 relevance to Donald McDONALD (MACDONALD) farmer of Clifford's Creek, LAGGAN NSW

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  391. LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. DEMONSTRATION IN HONOR OF THE PRINCE OF WALES' MARRIAGE.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Saturday 13 June 1863 p 2 Article
    Abstract: THURSDAY last, the 11th instant, having been appointed by government as a holiday, in honor of the marriage of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales ... 6378 words
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    Lachlan McLean CAMERON of Chatsbury Road TARLO. To be checked for relevence to the Lachlan CAMERON, husband of Christina (nee CAMERON) and father of Catherine CAMERON b Greenwich Park, Marulan NSW 15-4-1856

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  392. Advertising
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 17 April 1861 p 3 Advertising
    3060 words
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    Notice to the Owner. THERE is now running at my place Reedy Creek, one BAY HORSE, saddle marked, pulled tail, branded R over JM on near shoulder. He will be gently worked, till claimed. DONALD McDONALD, Innkeeper, Laggan, Relevance, if any, to Donald MCDONALD (MACDONALD) Clifford's Creek farmer to be determined

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  393. Advertising
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 1 May 1861 p 3 Advertising
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    John McCALLUM Donald McDONALD each paid 1o shillings subscription to the Argyle Agricultural and Horticultural Society for the year ending 30 April 1861. List of subscribers

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  394. Advertising
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 - 1864) Wednesday 11 July 1860 p 4 Advertising
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    THE SIR COLIN CAMPBELL INN,
    LAGGAN,
    On the Main Road to Tuena.
    DONALD McDONALD
    BEGS respectfully to acquaint his friends and the public generally, that having taken out a license
    for the above house, he hopes to obtain a share of their patronage, to meet which no exertion shall be
    wanting on his part. GOOD STABLING and Accommodation Paddocks.


    Relevance, if any, to Donald McDONALD, farmer, Clifford's Creek, LAGGAN NSW yet to be determined.

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  395. Advertising
    Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950) Wednesday 2 December 1896 p 3 Advertising
    348 words
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    James MAIN, mine manager MARMION LEASES, Kalgoorlie WA seling water to Condensers from 3 shafts

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  396. Advertising
    Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950) Saturday 10 October 1896 p 3 Advertising
    1512 words
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    James MAIN, mine manager, MARMION'S LEASES WANTED advertisement for miners

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  397. LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
    The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939) Saturday 21 September 1895 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Children love them and prefer them 65 all others—ARNOTT'S MILK ARROWROOT BISCUITS. 583 THE LATE HOSPITAL SUNDAY DEMONSTRATION. 2805 words
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    James MAIN relinquishes license for EXCELSIOR HOTEL, West Maitland NSW

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  398. HOTEL TRANSFERS,
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Friday 3 November 1899 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Transfers of the licences of tine Cosmopolitan Hotel from A. C. Angove to George Auburn, and of the Ozone Hotel from J. J. Lane to James Main, were 52 words
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    3 Nov 1899 James MAIN license for OZONE HOTEL aquired via transfer to James MAIN from J J LANE

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  399. GOLDFIELDS WATER SUPPLY AND MINING LAWS. To THE EDITOR.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Thursday 27 August 1896 p 2 Article
    Abstract: SIR,—To treat of the above subjects is, to use an Americanism, a fairly large order; but whatever I may state will be from an unbiassed point of view ... 890 words
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    James MAIN, Coolgardie WA Letter to Editor re mining

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  400. Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 6. (Before Mr F. Hare, Warden.) RESERVED DECISION.
    Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950) Wednesday 7 April 1897 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The Warden gave his reserved decision as to damages in the case of James Main v Francis Wake, for trespass on leases 2039-2042, and taking sandalwood ... 468 words
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    James MAIN versus Francis WAKE

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  401. Kalgoorlie Warden's Court. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13. (Before M. F. Hare, Warden.)
    Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1950) Tuesday 14 February 1899 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Charles Creighton applied for prospecting area No. 94, situate near Mount Robinson. The application was granted. 146 words
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    James MAIN manager Hannans Eureka Leases 1252 and 22449. 3 shafts sunk. 3 month exemption on leases granted to raise money to deepen third shaft and to purchase steam machinery

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  402. Company Meetings in Adelaide.
    Coolgardie Miner (WA : 1894 - 1911) Thursday 7 April 1898 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The following reports of meetings of Westralian goldmining companies are contained in Adelaide papers to hand by this week's mail:— 378 words
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    James MAN recommended as manager Hannans Eureka Gold Mine.

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  403. MINING NOTES.
    Kalgoorlie Western Argus (WA : 1896 - 1916) Thursday 8 July 1897 p 8 Article
    Abstract: The Cue No 1 cleaned up 335 tons for 190oz of gold. The dispute between the Leviathan battery and the Boulder Main Reef has been 2814 words
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    James MAIN husband of Catherine McAllum, relevance to be determined to this James MAIN mine manager Lady Godiva - Mount Monger WA, seeking capital in Melbourne VIC and QLD for erecting battery and pumping machinery

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  404. THE NORTHERN TERRITORY.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Thursday 18 April 1872 p 5 Article
    Abstract: From an interesting letter by Mr. James M Main, dated Ballarat, March 25, and published in last Friday's Argus, we make the following extracts:- 846 words
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    James M MAIN letter dated Ballarat Vic 25 March 1872 re mining prospects in Northern Territory, prospects for forming a Colonization and Gold-Mining Company based at Port Darwin, NT presently NT a portion of SA

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  405. GOULBURN VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. PRESENTATION TO SUPERINTENDENT JAMES MAIN.
    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Tuesday 27 February 1883 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Last Saturday evening an event in which those concerned were deeply interested took place at the Fire Brigade's engine-shed, in Auburn-street, when a ... 1519 words
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    James MAIN Superintendent of Goulburn Volunteer Fire Brigade
    Sat 24 Feb 1883 presented with a framed address of appreciation, and a silver medal and whistle by the Goulburn VFB, following a trip to Sydney for a contest at Prince Alfred Park, James MAIN had successfully helped the VFB develop and was instrumental in moves in progress to aquire a steam fire engine and ensure a reliable source of water.

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  406. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3.
    The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881) Wednesday 3 March 1880 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Before the police-magistrate, James Main, Oddfellows' Arms, charged with allowing pigs to stray in Auburn-street, pleaded not guilty. 126 words
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    James MAIN ODDFELLOWS' ARMS - charge of stray pigs in Auburn Street Goulburn, dismissed

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  407. SUICIDE IN LODGING HOUSE. Perth, Oct. 5.
    Kalgoorlie Western Argus (WA : 1896 - 1916) Tuesday 13 October 1908 p 25 Article
    Abstract: This afternoon James Main, manager of Regent House, was sitting in the diningroom of his premises in St. George's Court, off 188 words
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    James MAIN, manager of REGENT HOUSE (Lodging House) in St GEORGE'S COURT, off St George's Terrace, Perth WA.
    Suicide of lodger Mr J CHAMBERS.
    Suicide

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  408. Advertising
    Australasian Chronicle (Sydney, NSW : 1839 - 1843) Thursday 10 November 1842 p 3 Advertising
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    Duncan McCALLUM mentioned in LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS for the month of October, 1842.

    No way to determine if this refers to:
    EITHER
    (1) the free settler who arrived per ship "British King" at Port Jackson on 28 Feb 1839
    OR
    (2) the convict arrived per ship 'James Pattison 2" who was granted a conditional pardon in 1848.
    IF Duncan McCALLUM convict. this refers:
    Duncan McCALLUM, convict per ship “James Pattison 2”
    CONDITIONAL PARDONS. — His Excellency the Governor has directed it to be notified, that Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to authorise the issue of pardons to the undermentioned persons, on condition that they do not return to the countries or colonies from which they were respectively transported during the remainder of the term of their respective sentences. Dated 1st November, 1848. Pardons available everywhere except in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland:
    …..Duncan McCALLUM, James Pattison 2.
    Source: 1848 'No title', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 6 December, p. 3. , viewed 29 Dec 2016, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12904842

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  409. Bankruptcy Court.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 15 March 1888 p 4 Article
    Abstract: AN examination meeting in the estate of James Sinclair and Duncan McCallum was held before Mr. Justice Deffell on Monday. Mr. Field conducted the exa ... 167 words
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    James SINCLAIR and Duncan McCALLUM - Bankruptcy Court - owed 214 pounds to Australian Drug Co (115 pounds dishonoured promissory note, 99 pounds for goods supplied.

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  410. WEDNESDAY.
    Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1881 - 1907) Wednesday 12 October 1892 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Before the Acting Police Magistrate and Mr. Meyer. BREACH OF STOCK ACT.—Duncan McCallum was charged under the Diseases in Sheep Act 236 words
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    Duncan McCALLUM Goulburn before Acting Police Magistrate for sheep not travellling required 6 miles in a day on way to sale during heavy storm. Fined.

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  411. Insolvency Meeting.
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Thursday 16 February 1888 p 2 Article
    Abstract: A single meeting in the estate of James Sinclair and Duncan McCallum was appointed to be held before the District Commissioner (Mr. C. S. Alexander) ... 69 words
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    Estate of James SINCLAIR and Duncan McCALLUM, cordial makers Goulburn, Insolvency meeting befire District Commissioner. Debts proved and allowed Alfred BARDSLEY 7 pounds 7 shillings and 6 pence, W.R. RILEY and CO. 15 pounds 15 shillings 6 pence..

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  412. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 9 May 1879 p 8 Family Notices
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    BATCHEN - BIRTH of daughter at Pyrmont on 21 April 1879 to Mrs D.H. BATCHEN. Is this issue of David Hector BATCHEN who married Catherine Ferguson McCALLUM on 24 May 1848 at Pyrmont, he an architectural sculptor, she born 1853 the daughter of John McCALLUM of The Forest near Goulburn NSW.

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  413. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 20 December 1875 p 7 Family Notices
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    Jean wyllie McCALLUM, ( born 1849 eldest daughter of John McCALLUM and Jane HARVEY/HARVIE of "The Forest" TARLO near Goulburn) weds 8 Nov 1875 William STEWART of Perth, SCOTLAND. Married at the Wooloomooloo residence of the bride's uncle, by Rev Dr STEEL.

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  414. The Southern Argus. PUBLISHED IN GOULBURN. | Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—CAMPBELL. | GOULBURN: SATURDAY, MARCH 28. GOULBURN SHOW.
    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Saturday 28 March 1885 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The fifth annual exhibition in connection with the Goulburn Agricultural, Pastoral, and Horticultural Association, was opened on Wednesday, and was c ... 9184 words
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    J McCALLUM prizes for sheep 1885 Goulburn Agricultural Show.

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  415. SECTION C.—MISCELLANEOUS HORSES. Judges in most classes—Messrs. E. W. Bolton, J. W. McCallum, and H. F. Hartley. Prize in each case, except where otherwise specified—First, £1; sec...
    Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940) Saturday 23 March 1889 p 6 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    J W McCALLUM judge of horses at 1889 TARALGA APHS annual SHOW

    Is this John Walter McCALLUM born 1863, son of John McCALLUM and Jane HARVEY/HARVIE of "Forest Lodge" TARLO near Goulburn NSW ?

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  416. RHYANNA RACES.
    Southern Argus (Goulburn, NSW : 1881 - 1885) Saturday 10 November 1883 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The fifth annual races, under the auspices of the Ryhanna Picnic Club, took place yesterday, on the race course, situated on the estate of J. McCallu ... 370 words
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    J McCALLUM Esq had a race course on his Rhyanna Estate.
    Races were arranged by a committee which included Mr J.W. McCALLUM and Mr W.H. McCALLUM.

    Horses included in the 1883 5th Annual races run by the Rhyanna Picnic Race Club included these owned by McCALLUM family:
    Maiden Plate - Mr. McCallum's Milborough, 10st., 2nd.
    Trot (3 times round course) - Mr. J. McCallum's Thorn, 2nd.
    Pony Race, one mile,
    Fix this textwhich was left to two horses, and was won by Mr.
    W. W. McCallum's Alice Hawthorn, carrying 7st.
    7lb.
    The Picnic Race, one mile and a half, was next
    contented, and finished in the following order :—Mr.
    Weckes' Dingo, 8st. 7lb., 1; Mr. McCallum's Mil-
    borough, 7st., 2 ; Mr. Miller's Sluggard, 7st. 81b. 3.
    The Hurry Scurry Race, one mile, 10st up, brought
    out five horses, and was won by Mr. J. McCallum's
    Thorn.

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  417. Government Gazette Notices
    New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900) Friday 5 February 1864 [Issue No.24] p 302 Government Gazette Notices
    Extract: Department of Lands, Sydney, 2nd February, 1864. IT is hereby notified for the information of all persons concerned, that under the provisions of the " Crown ... 2061 words
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    John McCALUM granted 181 acres 2 roods freehold, under Crown Lands Act, situated County of Argyle, Parish of Turallo

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  418. REINFORCEMENTS.
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 18 August 1917 p 23 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: [?] 130 words
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    Photo 5th row, image far left of D S MACCALLUM - Donald Sinclair MACCALLUM 3177A 47th Batallion 8th Reinforcements AIF died 12 October 1917, killed in action ate Passchendaele. Name inscribed on Memin Gate, War Memorial at ALTON DOWNS QLD and in Honour Roll at Presbytrian Church at ROCKHAMPTON QLD

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