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PERSONAL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 4 May 1914 page Article 2015-03-06 13:25 Tailoresses' Union was- amongst the
largo numiscr to forward messages ot
The Bathurst friends of Mar Les. Wil
liams will be Npleas-ed to heatr o'f the
successful ^career iof the; igifted and
to hand, Mr. IWiffiams, who- is now 3
aesident of -iTanrwcirth, during a neiceait
visit to Rockham.pton, Queensland,
gave a; very '-successful recital in the
Campbell-street Church -of that city,
btsfoire a large audience. Tlhe pro
giamme lendered by Mr. Williams was
of a, highly attractive character, and
gave the artist -every opportunity for
displaying- the splendid executive atbil
ity Which 'has made -his .name eminent
ais lai master of Ms instrument. The
audience warmly appreciated Mr. Wil
vote -of thanks for ithe musical treat
?was- carried by acclamation. May Mr.
'WiMam-s enjoy w continuance of a
?pros-porous musical .career.
Tailoresses' Union was amongst the
largo number to forward messages of
The Bathurst friends of Mr. Les. Wil-
liams will be pleased to heatr of the
successful career of the gifted and
to hand, Mr. Williams, who is now a
resident of Tamworth, during a recent
visit to Rockhampton, Queensland,
gave a very successful recital in the
Campbell-street Church of that city,
before a large audience. The pro-
gramme tendered by Mr. Williams was
of a highly attractive character, and
gave the artist every opportunity for
displaying the splendid executive abil-
ity which has made his name eminent
as a master of his instrument. The
audience warmly appreciated Mr. Wil-
vote of thanks for the musical treat
was carried by acclamation. May Mr.
William's enjoy a continuance of a
prosperous musical career.
PERSONAL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 4 May 1914 page Article 2015-03-06 13:23 [?]
Mr. W. G. Todd, who .until a few
months ago was manager of the Syd
residence, Queen-street, Ashfiield, on
Saturday 'morning. His death was
wholly unexpected. He was in Syd
health and spirits. Mr. .Todd was
53 years of age1, and had been con
Orton Park. The deceased was a na
tive of 'Bathuirst, and' in his. 33-rd year,
and leaves ai widow and two young
Hamry -and. (Frank Bayliss are decear
sed's ibrotners, and Misses Kathleen
and Lurline Bayliss 'his sisters. The
deceased was always ;ai happy, jovial,
and jolly man, lamd the sympathy of
all will be extended to the family and'
brother Sidney's residence toi-day, ia,t
Church of England cemetery, Kedso.
Tiernan took place on Saturday after-'*
Rev. Father J. Mullins, ,C.M., of S,1
Stanislaus' College, assisted- toy -Rev.
remains being1 'interred in the Roman
Catholic roortion of the Bathurst .gen
eral cemetery. Tte chief mourner's
were his parents, .sisters, brother, sis
ter-in-law, and, relatives. A large
-Union andi .a few friends marched in
faont of the cortege, while the coffin,
by Messrs. H. ,SuHivan, M. Kelly, M.
Cunneen, WJ Baden, J. Kelly and H.
J. Cook. Tibc call-'bea-rers were Messrs
M. Riord'au, W. Devesnn, J. Bramley,
A. Watts, C Syer and A. Thomas. A
large - number of beautiful floral tri
butes were received, including a hand
some glo-bp and wreath from his 'fel
low-employees- (tailors and tailoresses)
of Messrs. E. (Webb and Co. The
Bathurst branch, of the Tailors and
PERSONAL
Mr. W. G. Todd, who until a few
months ago was manager of the Syd-
residence, Queen-street, Ashfield, on
Saturday morning. His death was
wholly unexpected. He was in Syd-
health and spirits. Mr. Todd was
53 years of age, and had been con-
Orton Park. The deceased was a na-
tive of Bathurst, and in his 33rd year,
and leaves a widow and two young
Harry and Frank Bayliss are decea-
sed's brothers, and Misses Kathleen
and Lurline Bayliss his sisters. The
deceased was always a happy, jovial,
and jolly man, and the sympathy of
all will be extended to the family and
brother Sidney's residence to-day, at
Church of England cemetery, Kelso.
Tiernan took place on Saturday after-
Rev. Father J. Mullins, C.M., of St.
Stanislaus' College, assisted by Rev.
remains being interred in the Roman
Catholic portion of the Bathurst gen-
eral cemetery. The chief mourner's
were his parents, sisters, brother, sis-
ter-in-law, and relatives. A large
Union and a few friends marched in
front of the cortege, while the coffin,
by Messrs. H. Sullivan, M. Kelly, M.
Cunneen, W. Baden, J. Kelly and H.
J. Cook. The pall-bearers were Messrs
M. Riordan, W. Deveson, J. Bramley,
A. Watts, C. Syer and A. Thomas. A
large number of beautiful floral tri-
butes were received, including a hand-
some globe and wreath from his fel-
low-employees (tailors and tailoresses)
of Messrs. E. Webb and Co. The
Bathurst branch of the Tailors and
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 2 May 1914 page Family Notices 2015-03-06 13:19 ?:? ' -Mr. J. LAWRENCE wishes to. ve
?''?-?- .friends for floral tributes, telegrams,
? . . . ed during- his recent very sad bcreavc
??'???'?'?. tnent. - __ ? _..;_„, ? x
; ? THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON,
?'.??-? W. BOYD, Undertaker, 182 Piper
. RETURN THANKS.
. turn his sincere THANKS to all kind
cards, and letters of sympathy, receiv
Mrs; James Tiernan Misses Cis.
and ' Rose Tiernan, and Mr. and
Mrs. William-Ticrnan. are kindly in
their late dearlv-bclovcd Son and
from the Bathurslt District HX-sp'.i-
tail at a quarter past two o'clock
street. ? Telephone 1 16: ?
FUNERAL. ''*''
Mr. J. LAWRENCE wishes to re-
friends for floral tributes, telegrams,
ed during his recent very sad bereave-
ment.
THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON,
W. BOYD, Undertaker, 182 Piper-
RETURN THANKS.
turn his sincere THANKS to all kind
cards, and letters of sympathy, receiv-
Mrs. James Tiernan, Misses Cis.
and Rose Tiernan, and Mr. and
Mrs. William Tiernan, are kindly in-
their late dearly-beloved Son and
from the Bathurst District Hospi-
tal at a quarter past two o'clock
street. Telephone 116.
FUNERAL.
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 1 May 1914 page Article 2015-03-06 13:15 and relatives comintr from Newbridge
and other places to attend, Mrs. Bras
si!, the late Mrs. Powers' mother, who
is bordering on go, coming from her
honie near Blayney to attend the fune
were the four sons, Messrs. John, Ben..
Tim., and Dan Powers; Mrs. Ken
nedy, and Misses Josie and. Maggie
Bathurst Cemetery, Rev. C. Loncragau
officiating at the mortuary chapel .and
at the gravesinc. Many beautiful
floral tributes were sent. \V. Bovd
conducted the funeral. , ?
The. funeral rjf the late Mr. Samuel
Kefford, senr., which took place yester
cbiv morning, was well attended, many
old friends and neighbors coming- to
lived .so long amongst them. The in
terment was iii the Methodist portion
Rend officiated at the graveside, s and
made, special mention of the good
')|)s read the beautiful funeral Ad
late Mr. .Kefford belonged for many
i-ears. A number of the. brethren also
attended. Many beautiful floral tri
silver-mounted. The lywircrs wje.rv
Messrs.' Jas. Apps, Ja.s. lUTntyre, jus.
Gordon , and Harold ?'Paul. W. Boyi\
conducted Uic fuiicnil. '
and relatives coming from Newbridge
and other places to attend, Mrs. Bras-
sil, the late Mrs. Powers' mother, who
is bordering on 90, coming from her
home near Blayney to attend the fune-
were the four sons, Messrs. John, Ben,
Tim, and Dan Powers; Mrs. Ken-
nedy, and Misses Josie and Maggie
Bathurst Cemetery, Rev. C. Loneragan
officiating at the mortuary chapel and
at the graveside. Many beautiful
floral tributes were sent. W. Boyd
conducted the funeral.
The funeral of the late Mr. Samuel
Kefford, senr., which took place yester-
day morning, was well attended, many
old friends and neighbors coming to
lived so long amongst them. The in-
terment was in the Methodist portion
Read officiated at the graveside, and
made,special mention of the good
Apps read the beautiful funeral ser-
late Mr. Kefford belonged for many
years. A number of the brethren also
attended. Many beautiful floral tri-
silver-mounted. The bearers were
Messrs. Jas. Apps, Jas. M'Intyre, Jas.
Gordon , and Harold Paul. W. Boyd
conducted the funeral.
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 30 April 1914 page Family Notices 2015-03-06 13:10 KEF-FORD.— Tho friends of 'Mrs'.
. FUNERAL.
Samuel Kefford, Sena\. Mr. and Mrs.
Bell. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Kefford,
\ Miss Annie Kefford. Mr. Ambrose
Kefford, and Mr. George Keffora
a-re resipectfully invited to attend the
ituneral cut their late dearly '.beloved
, his late residence, Orton P;irk, at
1 0.3Q o'clock this (Thursday) morn-'
inir. iocr the Methodist cemetery, liar
tihurst.
W. BOYDj Undertaker, 182 Piper
street; Telephone, 116.
KEFFORD.— The friends of Mrs.
FUNERAL.
Samuel Kefford, Senr., Mr. and Mrs.
Bell, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Kefford,
Miss Annie Kefford, Mr. Ambrose
Kefford, and Mr. George Kefford
are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral cut their late dearly beloved
his late residence, Orton Park, at
10.30 o'clock this (Thursday) morn-
ing, for the Methodist cemetery, Ba-
thurst.
W. BOYD, Undertaker, 182 Piper-
street. Telephone, 116.
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 27 April 1914 page Article 2015-03-06 13:07 ? CarnweJI (Sydney), Mrs. F. Hcnlcn
;iud family, Mr. and Mrs. Percy White
(Sydney), the Bathurst Divisional .En
gineer's Staff, Mrs. and. Mis? Hodgo,
Mt. and Mrs. J. T. Slack and family.
The deceased leaves an infant afout'a
week old ? ,
Cornwell (Sydney), Mrs. F. Henlen
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Percy White
(Sydney), the Bathurst Divisional En-
gineer's Staff, Mrs. and Mrs. Hodge,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Slack and family.
The deceased leaves an infant about a
week old.
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 27 April 1914 page Article 2015-03-06 13:03 Funerals ait all tinves are sad func
tions, but the 'funerai of tihe late Mrs.
Beauty, wifo of M,r. Hadie Beattyy late
of the' OornmerciaT] Bank, Batlvurst, 'but
now of Queanbeyan, and only daiujrh
tnr nf Mir. .and Mrs. 1. P. Cornwell, -was
particularly so. Deceased was ia par
uculanly bright yoning woman, and a
.g-enorai' favorite with a!lil. She' was
only 24 yoars of age. Only ,about two
years ajjo .she was married, aiul le'Kt
B;utliiurst with her husband. Abault a.
Queanbcyan andi brought die deceased
to Batliaiirst. Mr. Boaitty was on his
way to Batihuxst when the .death took
place .and did not ihea-r the sad tidings
until he .feaiohed Sydney. Perhaps no
'.nidi widespreaid sympathy when it be
came known, and tine rela.tions have
tlio sympathy of all. The funeral took
morni'ns'- Tho remains were laid to
rest in ithc Church of England ceme
tery. The Rev. Canon Porster.held a
short service at ithc house and also con
the lid were th'« words, 'At 'Rest, ''Ouir
loved oho,' and 'Hope.' The coffin
beurars. weixj Messrs. J. As-hbury? \V.
C. Ricliiairdson, J. T. Drew rind T. C.
White, and the pail-bearers were
Messrs.- Arnold Rig-by, Felix Coles, J. \
Whitelaw and 'F. FuHlar. Many floral
tributes were sent by sorrowing rela
we noticed cards 'from tho following :
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rowley, Miss. Edua
'Spencer Nolan (Sydney), Mr. ;uid M.rs.
Blacksliaw, Mrs. Earl i(\Yoodford), Mrs
J. 'R.-and Ethel Jones, Miss Floronce
Cornwell '(Sydney), Mr., Mrs. and Mi's-s
F.I I a Davis (Sydney), Miss Gertio
PersonaB
Funerals at all times are sad func-
tions, but the funeral of the late Mrs.
Beatty, wife of Mr. Harlie Beatty, late
of the Commercial Bank, Bathurst, but
now of Queanbeyan, and only daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cornwell, was
particularly so. Deceased was a par-
ticularly bright young woman, and a
general favorite with all. She was
only 24 years of age. Only about two
years ago she was married, and left
Bathurst with her husband. About a
Queanbeyan and brought the deceased
to Bathurst. Mr. Beatty was on his
way to Bathurst when the death took
place and did not hear the sad tidings
until he reached Sydney. Perhaps no
and widespread sympathy when it be-
came known, and the relations have
tlhe sympathy of all. The funeral took
morning. The remains were laid to
rest in the Church of England ceme-
tery. The Rev. Canon Forster held a
short service at the house and also con-
the lid were the words, 'At Rest, 'Our
loved one,' and 'Hope.' The coffin-
bearers were Messrs. J. Ashbury, W.
C. Richardson, J. T. Drew and T. C.
White, and the pall-bearers were
Messrs. Arnold Rigby, Felix Coles, J.
Whitelaw and F. Fuller. Many floral
tributes were sent by sorrowing rela-
we noticed cards from the following :
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rowley, Miss. Edna
Spencer Nolan (Sydney), Mr. and Mrs.
Blackshaw, Mrs. Earl (Woodford), Mrs
J. R. and Ethel Jones, Miss Floronce
Cornwell (Sydney), Mr. Mrs. and Miss
Ella Davis (Sydney), Miss Gertie
Personal
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 25 April 1914 page Family Notices 2015-03-06 12:57 MR. JACK GDEESON, of Perth
ville .wishes to return thanks to the
many kind friends for thoir expressions
1 of sympathy, telegrams, letters, caTds
BEATTV.— The FUNERAL of the late
;))honc 42. - *
? FUNERAL.
P. Cornwcll, 50 Keppel-sHrect, THIS
.(SATURDAY) MORNING, at 9 o'
, Cemetery, Bathurst.
W. S. HODGE, Undertaker. Telo
MR. JACK GLEESON, of Perth-
ville wishes to return thanks to the
many kind friends for their expressions
of sympathy, telegrams, letters, cards
BEATTY.— The FUNERAL of the late
phone 42.
FUNERAL.
P. Cornwell, 50 Keppel-street, THIS
(SATURDAY) MORNING, at 9 o'-
Cemetery, Bathurst.
W. S. HODGE, Undertaker. Tele-
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 24 April 1914 page Article 2015-03-06 12:56 Thcdcitth occurred last ni«:h-. of ?-':? =
Harlie Bcatty, only daughter of Mr.
aivi Mrs. J. P. Corn-well, o{ K^ipcl
ttrcet, Batburst. She wj.5 only 2.\
years -of age. Since her rmvr^ago sb*.
had bi'en residing at 0 w w cv;n
where Mr. Do.itty was employed n; ti.r.
Cc n niorcial Bank.
The death occurred last night of Mrs
Harlie Beatty, only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Cornwell, of Keppel-
street, Bathurst. She was only 24
years of age. Since her marriage she
had been residing at Orange East
where Mr. Beatty was employed in the
Commercial Bank.
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 24 April 1914 page Article 2015-03-06 12:51 The funeral of (the late Mr. Albert
Hawcroft, which left Bathurst by Wed
the Sandgate Cemetery, . Newcastle,
teachers of the Bathurst Superior Pub
hearse 'to the railway station, where a
double, line was formed, the hearse and
ine comn was ol polished cedar, with
Rest' being on the. lid. The coffin
S. Smith (headmaster). G. A, Murphv,
1. King. W. Hill, J, Chambers, and
G. M'Darra.. Rev. G. Read (Method
ist). Rev. W. Rogers (Baptist), ;r-d
Rev. S. Lewis (Church of England?
were at the funeral, which was con
ducted bv Mr. W. Bovd.
P®re@n&i -
The funeral of the late Mr. Albert
Hawcroft, which left Bathurst by Wed-
the Sandgate Cemetery, Newcastle,
teachers of the Bathurst Superior Pub-
hearse to the railway station, where a
double line was formed, the hearse and
The coffin was of polished cedar, with
Rest' being on the lid. The coffin
S. Smith (headmaster). G. A. Murphy,
I. King. W. Hill, J. Chambers, and
G. M'Darra. Rev. G. Read (Method-
ist), Rev. W. Rogers (Baptist), and
Rev. S. Lewis (Church of England)
were at the funeral, which was con-
ducted by Mr. W. Boyd.
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