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2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,227,995
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,335
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1499 cgan16 16,511
1500 Joan.Doug 16,511
1501 Sharyn-Belcher 16,509
1502 ElizabethLhuede 16,503
1503 Jeffwhite 16,463
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WEDDING Batchelor—Murphy (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Tuesday 18 May 1948 [Issue No.38] page 2 2017-03-26 09:16 Mrs. M. W. Miurphy, of Ashbridge,
Mrs. M. W. Murphy, of Ashbridge,
WEDDING Batchelor—Murphy (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Tuesday 18 May 1948 [Issue No.38] page 2 2017-03-26 09:08 Baichelor— Murphy
; On 17th March last, at St. Bren
'marriage took place ol Rita Mar
jraret, eldett daughter oE Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Miurphy, o( . AsubrMga,
one) Mrs W. Eatchelor, ot 'Norwood,'
Grons Grong. The night nev. Mon
jsignor Clarke solemnised the mar
iiase before Nuptial Mass, which
ftev. Father T. Murphy, ot Nagauihlc,
ary were nev. Father J. Murphy, of
Warbiirlon, Victoria and nevl Father
*]- Cuvran, of Seymour, Victoria,
cousins ot the brlije; nev. Father W.
ajntchelor, of Beechworjji, Victoria,
and Rev. Father V. Datchelor, cius
1ns of the bridegroom, and nev.
;Fathe? O'Brien.
' The liride who entered the church
!nccoinptinied by her father, wore a
iljeautiful frock of white Swiss- lace
'over satin. It featured a high round
ed neckline fcOttly gathered to a nar
row satin band. On her shoulder .was
? u satin bow surmounted by a spray 01
lluto a large train which was edged
with pleated tulle. A coronet o1
joranBe blossom held in place the
beautiful full-length Honltan lace
veil which' haa beeii worn ' by ' her'
',\notliev ou her wedding day. TIih
tride carried a shower bouquet of
:\vhite tiger lilies', white gardenias and
also of marquisette '»-! lace trimmed
They wore s-'old pendants, the gifts
of the nridegrouiii. and carried show
ev bouquets of pink User lilies, pink
br.de was frocked 111 pastel green
Swiss embroidered organui, with
matchlug poke bonnet. She wore (??
Bold locket, the gift or the bride
^room and carried an early Victorian
Mr. it. Walsh, of Mulong, as best
iiiau and Mr. 13. Uatthelor, of c«bui)a,
Victoria, us groomsman.
tho Mass and at tho signing of tin
rendered Gounod's 'Ave Maria.''
The altar and sanctuary wert
of the Presentation Ci'iiveut.
As tho bride left Uie church 11
lucky hdises-hoe was placed on her
mm by her aunt, Mr*. ThBinpsou.
The reception was held in the Oan
juain C.W.A. rooms, where the bride's
mother, wearing a frock oE Londou
nssibted by the bridegroom's mother,
who chohe a I rock of acjuK crepe, with
black accessories, received about 7C
guest:.
At the wedding breakfast, Hislit
Jiev. Monsignor Clarke presided. The
Tlie tables Mere artistically decorai
pd with jrladioli, aud a two tier wed
the AsIibrWgo Red Cross, ilie untie
und bridegroom ,were the recipients or
number oC cheques ,
The bridegroom's gill to the bride
wab a :;old wristlet watch, whilst the
1, ride's gift lo the bridegroom was a
travelling; rug and case.
Wagga, from wiiere they travelled by
Coast. The bride's travelling Hock
.was of aqua green crepe and she
tiding iu the Grong Grong district.
Batchelor— Murphy
On 17th March last, at St. Bren
marriage took place ol Rita Mar
garet, eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Miurphy, of Ashbridge,
and Mrs W. Batchelor, of 'Norwood,'
Grong Grong. The Right Rev. Mon
signor Clarke solemnised the mar
iage before Nuptial Mass, which
Rev. Father T. Murphy, ot Nagambic
ary were Rev. Father J. Murphy, of
Warburton, Victoria and Rev Father
]- Curran, of Seymour, Victoria,
cousins ot the bride; nev. Father W.
Batchelor, of Beechworth, Victoria,
and Rev. Father V. Batchelor, cous
ins of the bridegroom, and Rev.
Father O'Brien.
The bride who entered the church
accompanied by her father, wore a
beautiful frock of white Swiss lace
over satin. It featured a high round
ed neckline softly gathered to a nar
row satin band. On her shoulder was
a satin bow surmounted by a spray of
into a large train which was edged
with pleated tulle. A coronet of
orange blossom held in place the
beautiful full-length Honitan lace
veil which had been worn by her
mother on her wedding day. The
bride carried a shower bouquet of
white tiger lilies, white gardenias and
also of marquisette and lace trimmed
They wore gold pendants, the gifts
of the bridegroom and carried show
er bouquets of pink tiger lilies, pink
bride was frocked in pastel green
Swiss embroidered organdy, with
matching poke bonnet. She wore a
gold locket, the gift or the bride
groom and carried an early Victorian
Mr. R Walsh, of Matong, as best
man and Mr. B Batchelor, of Cohuna,
Victoria, as groomsman.
the Mass and at the signing of the
rendered Gounod's "Ave Maria.''
The altar and sanctuary were
of the Presentation Convent.
As the bride left the church a
lucky horseshoe was placed on her
arm by her aunt, Mrs. Thompson.
The reception was held in the Gan
main C.W.A. rooms, where the bride's
mother, wearing a frock of Londou
assisted by the bridegroom's mother,
who chose a frock of aqua crepe, with
black accessories, received about 70
guestsl
At the wedding breakfast, Right
Rev. Monsignor Clarke presided. The
The tables were artistically decorat
ed with glladioli, aad a two tier wed
the Ashbridge Red Cross. The bride
and bridegroom were the recipients of
number of cheques.
The bridegroom's gift to the bride
was a gold wristlet watch, whilst the
bride's gift to the bridegroom was a
travelling rug and case.
Wagga, from where they travelled by
Coast. The bride's travelling frock
was of aqua green crepe and she
siding in the Grong Grong district.
F. and S. Association MURRUMBIDGEE DISTRICT COUNCIL ANNUAL MEETING (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Tuesday 16 June 1936 [Issue No.10,635] page 1 2017-03-26 08:09 (Aebbrldge), J. McPierson~'and P. H.
(Ashbridge), J. McPierson~'and P. H.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. (Article), Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938), Friday 14 September 1917 page 30 2017-03-26 08:07 morning, 23rd August, a veiy pretty wed
will be spent. The bride's gojng-away
dress was a saxo blue pailette coat ancl
morning, 23rd August, a very pretty wed
will be spent. The bride's going-away
dress was a saxe blue pailette coat and
Local and Genera] (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Tuesday 1 September 1942 [Issue No.68] page 2 2017-03-26 07:20 — Residents of Aslibridfip arraneed ;i
right royal welcome to four Matonp
d'strici soldiers. I'rkalcs Ken HeKan
It. O'Hcilly. J'at Itakei- iiinl .lack
llooli-y. who i-eiTiitly rolunied from
the Miitdle l-',;ist. l-viv»4v fcnu's
father wus ji t niu- lime ;1 slorokeepiT
ill M.i.oilK J'lc. W. Ismail, who wns
lioim- on l'iivi' IToiii his mill. h'.-i-- iilso
;i Kin-si of honour. .-m,| was miidp :i
vwiricnl «f ;i |ir--si-nt»1-i)ii. Appro
inadi- by Messrs. T. Ilolgali'. T.
Mylcs, w. Murphy. J. lloheriy. si.ui
Kvnni:. A. Mc.Kinnon. W. Si-arlo and
T. lloldrn. Two otlirr solrtlprs. rpl
Thane and Plo. ('. lliiver. holli of
Matonir. were also present at the
1'mn'tion.
— Residents of Ashbridge arranged a
right royal welcome to four Matong
district soldiers, Privates Ken Regan
R. O'Reilly, Pat Baker and Jack
Doolley. who recently returned from
the Middle East. Private Regan's
father was at one time a storekeeper
in Maton. Pte W Regan who was
home on leave from his mill. and was also
a guest of honour and was made a
vwiricnl of a presentation. Appro
made by Messrs. T. Holgate, T
Myles, W. Murphy. J. Doherty, Stan
Evans, A McKinnon, W Searle and
T. Holden. Two other soldiers, Cp
Thane and Pte.C lliiver. both of
Matong, were also present at the
function.
Local and General (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Friday 17 June 1949 [Issue No.47] page 2 2017-03-26 07:13 of her marriage In Mr, Roily Walsh,
of MiitouK, on 31st May, Mis? Cath
bridgc, Maiong, was on 24th May en
Ashbridnc Hall. When she entered
the hall escorted hy her .fiancee, a
B. Evans, and later' in the cveniii}.'
phy were made by Mr. liillingham
and Miss Isabel Mcnzies, who had
Menzics formally handed to her a
Iloldcn was M.C. The euchre prizes
of her marriage In Mr, Rody Walsh,
of Matong, on 31st May, Miss Cath
bridgc, Matong, was on 24th May en
Ashbridge Hall. When she entered
the hall escorted hy her fiancee, a
B. Evans, and later in the evening
phy were made by Mr. Billingham
and Miss Isabel Menzies, who had
Menzies formally handed to her a
Holden was M.C. The euchre prizes
DISTRICT NEWS COOLAMON (Article), Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Wednesday 9 February 1938 page 2 2017-03-26 07:04 W ? ' ? '
--*--
DISTRICT NEWS COOLAMON (Article), Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Wednesday 9 February 1938 page 2 2017-03-26 07:00 ??For They Are Jolly Good Fellows.'
were nem. Mr. hoss, wno was greeiea
with' loud cheers, thanked all for their
"For They Are Jolly Good Fellows.'
were held Mr. Ross, wno was greeted
with loud cheers, thanked all for their
FUNERAL (Article), Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Thursday 28 November 1929 page 3 2017-03-26 06:56 i
£on, eldest Bon of Mr. arid Mrs. James
Thompson, of Aslibridge, who died in
place iu the Methodist portion of the
Narandera cemetcry on Wednesday.
The Rev. A. Clarke officiated.. The'
from Aslibridge, Mato^ig, Grong
Grong, and Stratliuierton (V.). The
pall bearers were Messrs. C. Blvtli
niari (uncle), E. Gumlilcton, M. Rava,
Thompson (grandparents), Mr. G. .
Mrs. J. Catliri, and Mr. and Mrs! T..
'O'Reilly (uncles and aunts). Among
the floral tributes was a. wreath from
the, teacher, Mr. English, and pupils
of tlie Ashbridge ' Public School.

son, eldest son of Mr. arid Mrs. James
Thompson, of Ashbridge, who died in
place in the Methodist portion of the
Narandera cemetery on Wednesday.
The Rev. A. Clarke officiated.. The
from Ashbridge, Matong, Grong
Grong, and Strathmerton (V.). The
pall bearers were Messrs. C. Blyth-
man (uncle), E. Gumbleton, M. Rava,
Thompson (grandparents), Mr. G.
Mrs. J. Catlin, and Mr. and Mrs T..
O'Reilly (uncles and aunts). Among
the floral tributes was a wreath from
the teacher, Mr. English, and pupils
of the Ashbridge Public School.
District News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS). ASHBRIDGE. SOCIAL FUNCTION. (Article), Wagga Wagga Advertiser (NSW : 1875 - 1910), Thursday 3 July 1902 [Issue No.4029] page 3 2017-03-26 06:39 | lace and bebe ribbon, brown skirt; Miss
Hall, moreon costume, insertion and bebe
pale blue silk front, bUok skirt; Miss ;
Murphy, black costume, inserliou and white
satin trimmings ; Miss O'Connor, bl<»ck cos
Hogan, black costume, satin aud lace, jet
lace and bebe ribbon, brown skirt; Miss
Hall, moreen costume, insertion and bebe
pale blue silk front, black skirt; Miss ;
Murphy, black costume, inserlion and white
satin trimmings ; Miss O'Connor, black cos
Hogan, black costume, satin and lace, jet

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