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MACLEAY ITEMS. (Article), The Raleigh Sun (Bellingen, NSW : 1898 - 1918), Friday 30 June 1899 page Article 2014-09-19 15:54 and lace, etc. Her sister, Miss Ellie Hefren,
and lace, etc. Her sister, Miss Effie Hefren,
MACLEAY ITEMS. (Article), The Raleigh Sun (Bellingen, NSW : 1898 - 1918), Friday 30 June 1899 page Article 2014-09-19 15:53 last week, Mr. Thomas liorger, of Grccnhill,
met with a nasty accident. His horse — the
racing galloway, Wild Colonial— shied near
Grcenhill school, and stumbling threw Mr.
Border. He was picked up aud carried into
mm uiiuiia uuiui, .viiu.i; .iu liij wi auuiu
On Monday, June 19, at the Smithtoivn Il.C.
Church, Miss Lizzie Hefren, of West Kemp
Mr. J. Saul of Clybucca. The bride, .who was
and laee, etc. Iler sister, Miss Kffle Hefren,
IVJACLEAY ITEMS.
last week, Mr. Thomas Borger, of Greenhill,
met with a nasty accident. His horse—the
racing galloway, Wild Colonial—shied near
Greenhill school, and stumbling threw Mr.
Borger. He was picked up and carried into
McPhillips' hotel, where he lay for some
On Monday, June 19, at the Smithtown R.C.
Church, Miss Lizzie Hefren, of West Kemp-
Mr. J. Saul of Clybucca. The bride, who was
and lace, etc. Her sister, Miss Ellie Hefren,
MACLEAY ITEMS.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 29 January 1932 page Family Notices 2014-09-19 15:46 Sis. Effie, Arch, and Claude, late of Macleay River.
Sis, Effie, Arch, and Claude, late of Macleay River.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 8 October 1868 page Family Notices 2014-09-19 15:31 Rever, WILLIAM HEFREN, of Mecklenburg-street, Dublin, in the
River, WILLIAM HEFREN, of Mecklenburg-street, Dublin, in the
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 8 October 1868 page Family Notices 2014-09-19 14:23 ' BIRTHS.
BIRTHS.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser (NSW : 1884 - 1907), Saturday 25 April 1903 page Family Notices 2014-09-19 14:20 HEFREN - SPALDING .—April 8th,
Rozelle, by the Rev. John Ed
Margaret Allison, youngest daugh
ter of Thomas Spalding, of Ro
Congregational Church, on Wed
nesday, 15th instant, by the Rev:
street, Newtown.
HEFREN—SPALDING .—April 8th,
Rozelle, by the Rev. John Ed-
Margaret Allison, youngest daugh-
ter of Thomas Spalding, of Ro-
Congregational Church, on Wed-
nesday, 15th instant, by the Rev.
street, Newtown. ||
Insolvency Court. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. SURRENDER. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Wednesday 3 August 1881 page Article 2014-09-19 14:18 'William Hefren, of West Kempaey. Liabilitiea,
£9'J 13a lid; asaeta, £21 10s. Mr. Lloyd, offieial
Tdebdat, Atjottbt 2.
Sr/BBXITDBB.
William Hefren, of West Kempsey. Liabilities,
£9? 13s 11d; assets, £21 10s. Mr. Lloyd, official
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2.
SURRENDER.
"GIRL ROBIN HOOD." (Article), Northern Standard (Darwin, NT : 1921 - 1955), Friday 10 February 1928 page Article 2014-09-17 20:44 . A. recent cablegram from La-
grange '/Texas, U.S.A,, states¡3^
Mrs. Rebecca Rogers, à pretty
Robin Hood,"11 was found guilty of
years'- imprisonment. '
The case has aroused, much in-
terest in view of the: social" prom-
inence 'of the defendant, who was
.lawyer, who, in the course bf an
begged them to condemn her tb
death rather than- degrade her hy
was cpnvicted was committed a year
volver Vnd1 wearing a mask, she
held up twb bank officials and. got
Wu Chao Chu and Sun Fo, -on
A recent cablegram from La-
grange, Texas, U.S.A,. states:—
Mrs. Rebecca Rogers, a pretty
Robin Hood," was found guilty of
years' imprisonment.
The case has aroused much in-
terest in view of the social prom-
inence of the defendant, who was
lawyer, who, in the course of an
begged them to condemn her to
death rather than degrade her by
was convicted was committed a year
volver and wearing a mask, she
held up two bank officials and got
Wu Chao Chu and Sun Fo, on
"JAPAN EXHAUSTING HERSELF" Defiant Statement By Chinese Ambassador PARES, December 1. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Friday 3 December 1937 page Article 2014-09-17 17:34 the war." he said. "Her General Staff
planned to send 500.000 troops to China, I
and expected the North China -cam
paign to last six months, and the Shang
troops far in excess of 500.000. She is
practically exhausted herself. More
PARES, December 1.
the war," he said. "Her General Staff
planned to send 500,000 troops to China,
and expected the North China cam-
paign to last six months, and the Shang-
troops far in excess of 500,000. She is
practically exhausted herself. More-
PARIS, December 1.
Reassessing The Chinese Puppets (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Tuesday 10 July 1945 page Article 2014-09-17 17:31 Nanking puppets to Peiping, poli
expedite the Japanese war ef
Deen in uower in that part of
On the other nana, if the
Nanking puppets are made sub
ordinate to the Peiping i regime,
jand Chen Kung-po,. present head
lol the Nanking regime, is replaced
by Wang Ken-min, the first pup
pet in Peiping. Nanking will then
to do ? eventually, the Nanking
Nanking puppets had a plan In
December, 1942, to move to Tsinan.
still had some use for the arcn
Economically, the enemy is fever
China, including consumers com
construction of defences on the.
dicates that the enemy may maKe
a stand in Central China to resistj
tacks from the west. But the poii
that he is preparing for eventu
This ("preparation lor eventual
the imminent downfall of the Nan
kinjr regime, the "Central Keserve
superseded by the "Federal Re
serve Bank'- notes issued by the
Peiping puppets. ^--That accounts
for the sharp >drop of Nanking
Nanking puppets to Peiping, poli-
expedite the Japanese war ef-
been in power in that part of
On the other hand, if the
Nanking puppets are made sub-
ordinate to the Peiping regime,
and Chen Kung-po, present head
of the Nanking regime, is replaced
by Wang Ken-min, the first pup-
pet in Peiping, Nanking will then
to do eventually, the Nanking
Nanking puppets had a plan in
December, 1942, to move to Tsinan,
still had some use for the arch
Economically, the enemy is fever-
China, including consumers com-
construction of defences on the
dicates that the enemy may make
a stand in Central China to resist
tacks from the west. But the poli-
that he is preparing for eventu-
This preparation for eventual-
the imminent downfall of the Nan-
king regime, the "Central Reserve
superseded by the "Federal Re-
serve Bank" notes issued by the
Peiping puppets. That accounts
for the sharp drop of Nanking

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