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PERSONAL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Wednesday 30 November 1927 page Article 2015-08-29 17:14 I I his: three children, Mr. W. Scanes
cuief mourners were the widower and
Ibi other in law) and Mrs. Caldwell,
c.f Dalgety, sister of the deceased
lau- . The Rev. A. C. Grieve, ofll
ciated at the graveside. Floral trl
Dutes were sent by the following:
Mr W. Scanes and family, 'Millbank,'
{ma family, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mil
Mx. nd Mrs'. C. Howard and family;
Mr. and Mrs. C. Edwards and fam-'
ily; Mr. and Mrs. Cole and family;'
Mr.- and Mrs. Fred Howard, Nurse
aiid Mr. Hartlgan and family, Mr.
Mrs. W. J. Locke and family;
^,r- and Mrs. Ross and family Mr.
*i»d Mrs. C. A. Smith and family; Mr
ynl Mrs. G. M. Little; Mr. and Mrs
^isliop, Mr. .and Mrs. K. Morton; .
{[Slte of Bathurst) and Mr. F. Pile,
P. Mackle, Raglan junior cric
C1«b, Raglan Tennis Club and
'anmire Cricket Club.
his three children, Mr. W. Scanes
chief mourners were the widower and
(brother in law) and Mrs. Caldwell,
of Dalgety, sister of the deceased
lady . The Rev. A. C. Grieve, offi-
ciated at the graveside. Floral tri-
butes were sent by the following:
Mr W. Scanes and family, ''Millbank,''
and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mil-
Mr. and Mrs. C. Howard and family;
Mr. and Mrs. C. Edwards and fam-
ily; Mr. and Mrs. Cole and family;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard, Nurse
and Mr. Hartlgan and family, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Locke and family;
Mr. and Mrs. Ross and family Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Smith and family; Mr
and Mrs. G. M. Little; Mr. and Mrs
Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. K. Morton;
(late of Bathurst) and Mr. F. Pile,
P. Mackie, Raglan junior cric-
ket Club, Raglan Tennis Club and
Glanmire Cricket Club.
PERSONAL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Wednesday 30 November 1927 page Article 2015-08-29 17:12 Mr. Charles Toovey, a former well
known resident of Bathurst and a re.
a lew days in Bathuist. He is stay
:ng at the Edinboro' CastlR Hotel. He
^ jh a* son of the late 'Major Toovey who
\ also a resident of Bathurst for
iliQ luuciiu ui xute mi. *r mi
ni Edward Maloney took place from
Mr.' Cam Reed's funeral parlor yes
tion of the Porter's Retreat Cemetery '
body wus tqken into the Catholic
rhurch at Oboron whej*c the Rev Fr
romafns were interred beside the j
srave of the dedeased's latQ wife, who I
The Rev. Fr. O'Reilly, also officiat
ed at tne graveside.
The funeral of the late Mrs. -Alice
Louisa Caldwell of 'Milton' Bre
jt'recbyterian portion of the Bathurst
(ondiucied a short service at the re*
siaence before the cortego, which
was a very large ohe, moved to tho
a polished maple silver mounted cask
hearse by Messrs L. Wray, C. How
ard, A. Little and A. Wray. Tho
Mr. Charles Toovey, a former well-
known resident of Bathurst and a re-
a few days in Bathurst. He is stay-
ing at the Edinboro' Castle Hotel. He
is a son of the late Major Toovey who
was also a resident of Bathurst for
The funeral of the late Mr. Willi-
am Edward Maloney took place from
Mr. Cam Reed's funeral parlor yes-
tion of the Porter's Retreat Cemetery
body was taken into the Catholic
Church at Oboron where the Rev Fr
remains were interred beside the
grave of the dedeased's late wife, who
The Rev. Fr. O'Reilly, also officiat-
ed at the graveside.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Alice
Louisa Caldwell of ''Milton'' Bre-
Presbyterian portion of the Bathurst
conducted a short service at the re-
sidence before the cortege, which
was a very large one, moved to the
a polished maple silver mounted cask-
hearse by Messrs L. Wray, C. How-
ard, A. Little and A. Wray. The
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Tuesday 29 November 1927 page Family Notices 2015-08-29 17:08 ot his late dearly beloved wife and
of his late dearly beloved wife and
Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Tuesday 29 November 1927 page Family Notices 2015-08-29 17:08 CALDWELL.— Tho relatives and
frlendg of Mr. A. J. Caldwell and
family, of 'Milton,' Brewongle, are
ot his late dbarly beloved wife and
her late residence, 'Milton,' this
Tuesday afternoon at -1 o'clock for the
Piper Street, Tel. 3G0.
dear grandmother, Mary Jano,
who passed away 29tli November,
What else Gran, we forgot to do,
We will never forgot to think of you.
Inserted by her loving grandchild
~ IN MEMORIAM
life, 29th November, 192G.
You often said I would mis3 you —
.MRS. E. G WILLIAM and family ten
der their heartfelt thanks to all re
and werc with them in their recent
FUNERAL - -?
IN MEMORIAM '
192G.
dear mother, who departed tills
[ lost the best and dearest mother
CALDWELL.— The relatives and
friends of Mr. A. J. Caldwell and
family, of ''Milton,'' Brewongle, are
ot his late dearly beloved wife and
her late residence, ''Milton,'' this
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock for the
Piper Street, Tel. 360.
dear grandmother, Mary Jane,
who passed away 29th November,
What else Gran, we forget to do,
We will never forget to think of you.
Inserted by her loving grandchild-
IN MEMORIAM
life, 29th November, 1926.
You often said I would miss you —
MRS. E. G WILLIAM and family ten-
der their heartfelt thanks to all re-
and were with them in their recent
FUNERAL
IN MEMORIAM
1926.
dear mother, who departed this
I lost the best and dearest mother
PERSONAL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Tuesday 29 November 1927 page Article 2015-08-29 17:06 Auntie Mary and cousins, kindergar
ten, Uncle Harold, Walter and Aun
Auntie Edna and Gordon, Hillas, Al
Keariig and family, Railway Loco.
Uncle Will o,nd family.
Nurse Ruiby Easdown, who h:is been
a member of the staff of the Iiath
ill St District Hospital for tlie past
I twelve months, lias forwarded her
iesignation to th0 committee. Nurse
(K;is:lown haK accepted a position on
Hie staff ot tlie Hourke District Hos
pital. where she will take up her du
ties about tile middle ot next month.
Auntie Mary and cousins, kindergar-
ten, Uncle Harold, Walter and Aun-
Auntie Edna and Gordon, Hillas, Al-
Kearns and family, Railway Loco.
Uncle Will and family.
Nurse Ruiby Easdown, who has been
a member of the staff of the Bath-
urst District Hospital for the past
twelve months, has forwarded her
resignation to the committee. Nurse
Easdown has accepted a position on
the staff of the Bourke District Hos-
pital, where she will take up her du-
ties about the middle of next month.
PERSONAL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Tuesday 29 November 1927 page Article 2015-08-29 17:04 Tlie funeral of tho late Master Ed
was largely attended. Tho cortege
acted as pall bearers, while the cof
Mansell, Walter Mansell, Harold Man
sell and W. Wallace. At tho grave
side the hymns, 'Lead Kindly Light'
and 'Safe in tho Arms of Jesus'
were rendered by the scouts. Tlio
Rev. Canon Wilton outdated at tho
graveside. Prior to the funeral n
Cathedral, and a short address de
were placed 011 the coliin, Including
Marjory, mj-mbers of the Bathurst
'Ire Brigade, Railway Bakery Tennis
Club, Mr. and Mrs. H. Shuiiiack,
Mrs. W. Burns, Mrs. Wren and fam
ily. Aubrev Gillesnie Mr. nml Mrs
W. Pettltt and sons, Little Cousins,
?lean and Flora, Mr. and Mrs. IIex
teil and family, Mr. and Mrs. F .
The funeral of the late Master Ed-
was largely attended. The cortege
acted as pall bearers, while the cof-
Mansell, Walter Mansell, Harold Man-
sell and W. Wallace. At the grave-
side the hymns, ''Lead Kindly Light''
and ''Safe in the Arms of Jesus''
were rendered by the scouts. The
Rev. Canon Wilton oufficiated at the
graveside. Prior to the funeral a
Cathedral, and a short address de-
were placed on the colffin, including
Marjory, members of the Bathurst
Fire Brigade, Railway Bakery Tennis
Club, Mr. and Mrs. H. Shumack,
Mrs. W. Burns, Mrs. Wren and fam-
ily, Aubrey Gillespie ,Mr. and Mrs.
W. Pettitt and sons, Little Cousins,
Jean and Flora, Mr. and Mrs. Hex-
tell and family, Mr. and Mrs. F .
WEDDING BELL—HUMPHRIES (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 28 November 1927 page Article 2015-08-29 17:00 James Humpries, of Seymour Street,
James Humphries, of Seymour Street,
WEDDING BELL—HUMPHRIES (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 28 November 1927 page Article 2015-08-29 16:59 At the reception at the Red Roso,
at which there was a largo attend
ance, the guests wer« received by the
di'c.ss of black crepe de cliene with
guests wore from Junee and Sydney.
Sydney and Melbourne on the honey
navy crope de cliene, with mastic and
ltd trimming. Their future homo
will be in Bathurst. «
At the reception at the Red Rose,
at which there was a large attend-
ance, the guests were received by the
dress of black crepe de chene with
guests were from Junee and Sydney.
Sydney and Melbourne on the honey-
navy crepe de chene, with mastic and
red trimming. Their future home
will be in Bathurst.
WEDDING BELL—HUMPHRIES (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 28 November 1927 page Article 2015-08-29 16:59 j\ pretty wedding was celebrated at
tile William Street Methodist Church
oh Saturday evening, when Gladys,
or.Iy daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
J.uu&s Hunipi'ies, of Seymour Street,
of Mr. and Mrs. John Bell of How
,nV Klrenl. Tlln R«v. R. f!. Oaklev
:.t!ieiated. The bride, who was
i.vcn away 'by her father, was charm
itiiily attired in whit0 mariette with
feiivea' thread lace. She also wore a
fosiiton. Mr. Mervyn Humphries,
brother of t.he ln-ide, was best man.
T:;6 'bride.smati(ls i\'eri. Miss Winifred
Deli, sister of tile bridegroom and
Alios Alma O'Connor, both of whom
do cliene, and each of whom carried
a heaiumu -nouquci.v 1 lie unuegrooin's
pitsent to the bride was a cabinet
sewing -machine and to the brides
maids a handbag (to Miss Nell BeU)
and a manicure set (to Miss O'Con
1101). The bride's gift to the bride
links and a travelling rug. Numer
were received by the bride and hi'ldc
A pretty wedding was celebrated at
the William Street Methodist Church
on Saturday evening, when Gladys,
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Humpries, of Seymour Street,
of Mr. and Mrs. John Bell of How-
ick Street. The Rev. R. C. Oakley
officiated. The bride, who was
given away by her father, was charm-
ingly attired in white mariette with
silver thread lace. She also wore a
fashion. Mr. Mervyn Humphries,
brother of the bride, was best man.
The bridesmaids were Miss Winifred
Bell, sister of the bridegroom and
Miss Alma O'Connor, both of whom
de cliene, and each of whom carried
a beautiful bouquet. The bridegroom's
present to the bride was a cabinet
sewing machine and to the brides-
maids a handbag (to Miss Nell Bell)
and a manicure set (to Miss O'Con-
nor). The bride's gift to the bride-
links and a travelling rug. Numer-
were received by the bride and bride-
PERSONAL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 28 November 1927 page Article 2015-08-29 16:55 The death took place at the Roval
Prince Alfred Hospital, Svdnev. 'on
.Saturday 'afternoon of Eilivin Man
sell. the 0 year old son of Mr. and
Mis. Charles Mansell of Sevmour
Street, Bathurst. after an illness of
some little duration. .The remains
'. were brought to Bathurst this morn
h 53 and taken into All Saints Cathe
dral, where . they i will lav until the
funeral moves frtm the Church of
England cemetc-ry a; io o'clock.
The death took place at the Royal
Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, on
Saturday afternoon of Edwin Man-
sell, the 6 year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mansell of Seymour
Street, Bathurst, after an illness of
some little duration. The remains
were brought to Bathurst this morn-
ing and taken into All Saints Cathe-
dral, where they will lay until the
funeral moves from the Church of
England cemetery at 10 o'clock.

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