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ORANGE ITEMS. Tuesday night. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 25 June 1891 page Article 2016-02-10 19:46 dead .yesterday afternoon at Mr. O.
is. can s Doaraing-liouse, near tlie ltailway
Station. On his body were found a de
posit reccipt for £100, two £10 notes,
/an (inquest. Deceased is said to have a
Mr. .'Julian Gardiner, one of the late
to Miss Ivitty Adams, daughter of Mr.
Adams, ; of Summer-street: The happy,
the Orange school,: took an active in
and a number of his fellow - laborers in
ceremony, the Rev. C. C. Dunstan being,
for Molong. Of- this1 there is . not the
dead yesterday afternoon at Mr. O.
Kean's boarding-house, near the Railway
Station. On his body were found a de-
posit receipt for £100, two £10 notes,
an inquest. Deceased is said to have a
Mr. Julian Gardiner, one of the late
to Miss Kitty Adams, daughter of Mr.
Adams, of Summer-street. The happy
the Orange school, took an active in-
and a number of his fellow laborers in
ceremony, the Rev. C. C. Dunstan being
for Molong. Of this there is not the
DUBBO WEDDINGS DOUGLAS—JOHNSTONE DUBBO, Wednesday. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 27 June 1941 page Article 2016-02-10 19:01 tr.xcially f.vom Nyngan to perform
til? ceremony, which was witnessed
toy a large . gather jig of ?friends and
Given awav toy her lather, on
.whose a tin she entered tlie church.
The bride looked charming In a
gown of white bee over satin. She
?.wore a full length veil, lent- i-y her
thc ninth time that. It had cfeen
Aunt, Mrs. J. Johnstone. It' was
worn by a. bride. The bouquet was
o:. hyacinths . and sweet peas.
The bridesmaid was -Miss Marie
the ollde . she. was prettily 'frockj
.ed in whi't'e figured organza over
sreen t'Rffeta. with malching ac
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stocks and carnations/.
? Mr. Eric Edwards, of Eumungerie,
attended the., bi'idegroom.
An entertainment- at Endei-by'a
quest's bcin g received by the. bribe's
mother, assisted- a'y the bridegroom's
mc.tlier.
; When the young couple, left on
^Jie honeymoon tour, the bride woije
a stylish -beige wool-de-chene- «n
«em,ble, with brown accessories.
: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas will make,
Jhcir home at the Public School,
Nevertlre .
specially from Nyngan to perform
the ceremony, which was witnessed
by a large gathering of friends and
Given away by her father, on
whose arm she entered the church.
The bride looked charming in a
gown of white lace over satin. She
wore a full length veil, lent by her
the ninth time that it had been
Aunt, Mrs. J. Johnstone. It was
worn by a bride. The bouquet was
of hyacinths and sweet peas.
The bridesmaid was Miss Marie
the bride she was prettily frock-
ed in white figured organza over
green taffeta, with matching ac-
cessories. Her bouquet was of
stocks and carnations.
Mr. Eric Edwards, of Eumungerie,
attended the bridegroom.
An entertainment at Enderby's
guests being received by the bride's
mother, assisted by the bridegroom's
mother.
When the young couple left on
the honeymoon tour, the bride wore
a stylish beige wool-de-chene en-
semble, with brown accessories.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas will make
their home at the Public School,
Nevertire .
DUBBO WEDDINGS DOUGLAS—JOHNSTONE DUBBO, Wednesday. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 27 June 1941 page Article 2016-02-10 18:54 WlBMWFMWSftS
A wedding of ulde .western iirer
:st wa.s that solemnised at Holy
rrini'.y Churcii, Dubbo, when Mar».
garet (Nell) Johnstone . said 'I will'
to Alvan Stuart Douglas. The bridf
\va:i .Die elder daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. Johnston^, cf 'Wlllewor-.
ni.'n.' Nynnan, nnd tlie dridiqgrtKm.
the eldc- daughcr of Mrs. DcM3la?,
Coslord. a .id the late.Mr. D. Dougr
las. Tlie bi'ide's parents moth came
from the BaHadoran district, and
?have many relatives in the -Dubbq.
pumungeris. Balladoran and Gilganr
dra district's.
DUBBO. \Vcdnesday .
DUBBO WEDDINGS
A wedding of wide western inter-
est was that solemnised at Holy
Trinity Church, Dubbo, when Mar-
garet (Nell) Johnstone said ''I will''
to Allan Stuart Douglas. The bride
was the elder daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. Johnstone, of ''Willewor-
nila,'' Nyngan, and the bridegroom
the elder daughter of Mrs. Douglas,
Gosford, and the late Mr. D. Doug-
las. The bride's parents mother came
from the Balladoran district, and
have many relatives in the Dubbo
Eumungerie, Balladoran and Gilgan-
dra districts.
DUBBO, Wednesday .
DUBBO WEDDINGS DOUGLAS—DAWSON DUBBO, Thursday. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 21 June 1941 page Article 2016-02-10 18:43 sweet peas.. Liputeriant G. M
C:rnett n;;d Sergeant E. Baker at
tended the ijrldegroonv.
A dinner a1, the houwe of thf
'orlde's parents followed, the fable ?
beiri^ pretOly decorated with plnl
carnations and stocks. Mrs. Daw
?ion woree a handsomp frock of naVj
crepe myranu. with ' navy accessor
ies, and a shoulder spray of pansier
.ind mignonette. The ?bridegroom':1
mother choi-e Burgundy w-J
matching accessories, and a shouldc
ipray of sweet peas, carnations ant
The honeymoon i sbelng .spent in
wide travelling l.i a styllvh clov-
rcmalnelalne en;.'.'mble with navy
sweet peas. Lieutenant G. M.
Garnett and Sergeant E. Baker at-
tended the bridegroom.
A dinner at the house of the
bride's parents followed, the tables
being prettily decorated with pink
carnations and stocks. Mrs. Daw-
son wore a handsomp frock of navy
crepe myrana, with navy accessor-
ies, and a shoulder spray of pansies
and mignonette. The bridegroom's
mother chose Burgundy with
matching accessories, and a shoulder
spray of sweet peas, carnations and
The honeymoon is being spent in
bride travelling in a stylish clover
romainelaine ensemble with navy
DUBBO WEDDINGS DOUGLAS—DAWSON DUBBO, Thursday. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 21 June 1941 page Article 2016-02-10 18:41 Enid Dorl6 Da.Wson, . elder daugh
er 6t Mr; and Mr.1;' C. P. Dawson.
if Qulnn StWet, Dubbo, was married
if Holy .Trinity Cmirch; . Dubbb, on
Monday to lieutenant Stanly Fran
sis Douglas, elder ion' of Mr. and
kirs. J. W. Doilglas, of Narromlne
Sltreet. DuSlbo. The church was ipret
;ily decorated with white 1I1J2S and
jink roses, th{t Rev. C. W. Leavers
jelng the celebrant.
bride was charmingly, gowned jn
DOUGLAS— PAWSON
Given away, toy her father, the
whke georjefctfi over tarfefa. feat
uring appllqued flowers of taffeta on
'he bodice and trala. Her em
droiderd tulle -.veil, which was lent
by Mrs. B. Taylor, way hold in
place with a halo o orange blos
cms and tulle. The bouquet was
??: white hyacinths and magnolias
vi'.h a trail of sweet peas.
The bridesmaids were Misses Hca
he.- Douglas (akter of the bride)
ami Edith' Hand (friend of the
?jrlde) . They Wore frocks of sweat
neart pink moil* tatfeia made with
shirred bodices and wull skirts, wltr
Dolly Varlen hate to match, and
enrrtad muffs Pf Pi1* carnations ant1
' ' ?' DPBBO, Thursday. .
Enid Doris Dawson, elder daugh-
er of Mr; and Mrs. C. P. Dawson,
of Quinn Street, Dubbo, was married
at Holy Trinity Church, Dubbb, on
Monday to Lieutenant Stanly Fran-
sis Douglas, elder son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Douglas, of Narromine
Street, Dubbo. The church was pret-
tily decorated with white lilies and
pink roses, the Rev. C. W. Leavers
being the celebrant.
bride was charmingly gowned in
DOUGLAS— DAWSON
Given away by her father, the
white georgette over taffeta, feat-
uring appliqued flowers of taffeta on
the bodice and train. Her em-
droiderd tulle veil, which was lent
by Mrs. E. Taylor, was held in
place with a halo of orange blos-
soms and tulle. The bouquet was
of white hyacinths and magnolias
with a trail of sweet peas.
The bridesmaids were Misses Hea-
ther Douglas (sister of the bride)
and Edith Hand (friend of the
bride). They wore frocks of sweat
heart pink moire taffeta made with
shirred bodices and full skirts, with
Dolly Varlen hats to match, and
carried muffs of pink carnations and
DUBBO, Thursday.
DUBBO DEATHS MR. MAURICE QUINTON DUBBO Thursday (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 7 June 1941 page Article 2016-02-10 18:36 After a month's i'.'.ness. Mauri;-'1
Qliinicn. a?cd 9 yeur-. died in th'
Dubbo District Hcsp..-! M-s:er.'v.
afternoon. He was a sen of Mr. au'i
Mrs' Francis Quinton. nf Mnuirornn.
and suffered wi'h div .hcria T.vre
i- a family of nine bv-liers and .-'«-
ter.-' MirvivlnK
T/ucn died in the !-? bo Dlstric*.
ai the Tnur;le Ex;-- :»'n'.i' Y mi.
:ipc.ispd vniue to I- .''.?- '' '.'.\»
vecentlv .
Mil. K. r. Jin. aki..-
A'^ed 61 years. Mr. Ro'iert Fair Mc
Hrii'l'-i! vesfrdav !?'': some vrar-
After a month's illness. Maurice
Quinton, aged 9 years, died in the
Dubbo District Hospital yesterday
afternoon. He was a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Quinton, of Mnuiroran.
and suffered with div .hcria There
is a family of nine brothers and sis-
ters surviving.
Laren died in the Dubbo District
at the Trangie Experiment Farm.
deceased came to Dubbo
recently.
Mr. R. F. McLAREN
Aged 61 years. Mr. Robert Fair Mc-
Hospital yesterday !?'': some vrar-
DUBBO DEATHS MR. MAURICE QUINTON DUBBO Thursday (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 7 June 1941 page Article 2016-02-10 16:14 MK. SUUuicK Ol'INTdN
MR. MAURICE QUINTON
DUBBO WEDDINGS Sutton-Styles DUBBO, Thursday (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 7 June 1941 page Article 2016-02-10 16:07 W5BB0 #E$MNGS
Miss Beryl Lorraine. ? elder di'iiah
ter of Scrgcant-iaajor p:h1 Mrs.
?tylev of Dubbo, was married --\, .Sat
urday to Ainraftmnn Eriihi .ichn.
vounstr son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Sutton. of Dubbo. Tlic ceremony
'.vns performed a.t the Dlib'jn Catholic
Pre.«'3lvlei-y, the Rev. Father Kelly
ciriciatins
A beaiullul Alice blue en.semble
and navy accessories was born by
1!ie lMicle. who was given away by
Mr. A. 'I'. PeHijrew, a c'.o.r friend
rt her father. Miss Marj'irio Styles.
siMer of the bride, was '^ncWim-Mrl. |
weirins a !-i-cMy frock of. tluskv pink 1
???i'li n— -ot-orip.s to match. Oimnor
??nill' Su'tnn. of the A.I.V . lrcMior
r-f ti-e hrkie^room. was best man.
Tr.r yolma couple subseciuc-:!-:-. left
on -i honeymoon 'tour of Sydney
Pi'dn there they will go to Melbourne
v.-Iv.'it the bridegroom Ls nrach'-r! to
?':e R.A-.A.p. hea'daaartors.
St. M;iry- Church -of En-.lancl. Nsr
rcinint'. was the setting for a vrv j
??v-tv weddin-j when M;\^. --.vi-i
tl-ii'iOiter of Mr. and 'Mrs. A. Mo«.
of 'Danonda'.e.' Narroniiii'1 i-a'.
-.vee'der! to Oeorse. third .son of Mr. I
?-?n-i Mrs. J. P. Mullins, of 'Olnn- I
eve' Trangie.
Given away by her fa':'- tin
The home .of the youn'^ '.iunV ?(?;!
lie at Katoomba.
? iDUBBO. Tiuir diiv.
MuIIins-Mbss
DUBBO WEDDINGS
Miss Beryl Lorraine, elder daugh-
ter of Sergeant-Major and Mrs.
Styles, of Dubbo, was married on Sat-
urday to Aircraftsman Ernest John,
younger son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Sutton, of Dubbo. The ceremony
was performed at the Dubbo Catholic
Presbytery, the Rev. Father Kelly
officiating.
A beautiful Alice blue ensemble
and navy accessories was worn by
the bride, who was given away by
Mr. A. ?. Pettigrew, a close friend
of her father. Miss Marjorie Styles,
sister of the bride, was bridesmaid
wearing a pretty frock of dusty pink
with accessories to match. Gunner
"Phill'' Sutton, of the A.I.F. brother
of the bridegroom, was best man.
The young couple subsequently left
on a honeymoon tour of Sydney
From there they will go to Melbourne
where the bridegroom is attached to
the R.A.A.F. headquarters.
St. Mary's Church of England, Nar-
romine, was the setting for a very
pretty wedding when May Violet,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Moss,
of ''Dargondale,'' Narromine, was
wedded to George, third son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Mullins, of 'Glen-
eve'' Trangie.
Given away by her father
The home of the young couple will
be at Katoomba.
DUBBO. Thursday.
Mullins-Moss
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 16 February 1920 page Family Notices 2016-02-10 15:46 of my dear husband and father, Tho*
mas Itobort Dovey, who departed this
life February 16, 1016. |
Inserted by his loving wife aud
lumily A. J. Dovey, ?
of my dear husband and father, Tho-
mas Robert Dovey, who departed this
life February 16, 1916.
Inserted by his loving wife and
family A. J. Dovey.
WEDDINGS BOOTH—NORWELL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 23 May 1942 page Article 2016-02-10 15:42 Mr. James McCorley, of Croydon.
man
. A twauUfvt tfcWe tl»r cake adopped
the talilea .«t HMth'a
about ,«0' ;
Mr. James McCorley, of Croydon,
a friend of the bridegroom, was best man.
A beautiful three tier cake adorned
the tablea at Heath's cafe, where
about 80 guests were entertained, Mr.

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