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Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 16 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:54 Miss Ida Flanagan, m!-t with a
She was paking- her way to her home
in Peel Street from the Masonic Han,
when she tripped and fe*l heavily in
Upper Kcppel Street She was severe
injuring 'her knee. She is not like'y
to K'ave her room for at least ten
days. j
-Mr. Evan Morgan, of Burraga, is :
now licensee of tie Burraga Hotel, |
SP«©l®i3
Miss Ida Flanagan, met with a
She was making her way to her home
in Peel Street from the Masonic Hall,
when she tripped and fell heavily in
Upper Keppel Street She was severe-
injuring her knee. She is not likely
to leave her room for at least ten
days.
Mr. Evan Morgan, of Burraga, is
now licensee of tie Burraga Hotel,
Personal
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 14 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:51 Bahurst. Dr. Brooke-Moore journey-
Bathurst. Dr. Brooke-Moore journey-
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 14 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:50 resident of the Bathurst district. Mrs.
took plaoe yesterday, the remains be
ing interred in tho Catholic portion of
Tcmpleton officiating at the gravo
side. The deceased lady was thfc
widow of the late Mr. George Cun
ningham, of Orton Park. A larg«
number of friends attended tho fun
Amongst those on board the quaran
timed Sonoma are Surgeon-Gcneral Sir
Neville Howse.V.C. K.B.. of Orange.
and Lieutenant-Colonel h Paul of
I)fhurotj Dr' Br°-*erMoore journey
. «J to Sydney to meet his friend' Sur
; ^on-General Hon.Se. and ?«, of
' develonmS1'10'^3 *' t3ie quarantine
' ?Cv^ment. However. ae succeeded
in getttnrr as close to the vCss^as
possible by means of a launctT *nA
PeraoBBSkP
resident of the Bathurst district, Mrs.
took place yesterday, the remains be-
ing interred in the Catholic portion of
Templeton officiating at the grave-
side. The deceased lady was the
widow of the late Mr. George Cun-
ningham, of Orton Park. A large
number of friends attended the fun-
Amongst those on board the quaran-
tined Sonoma are Surgeon-General Sir
Neville Howse, V.C., K.B., of Orange,
and Lieutenant-Colonel H. Paul of
Bahurst. Dr. Brooke-Moore journey-
ed to Sydney to meet his friend Sur-
geon-General Howse, and was, of
course, disappoined at the quarantine
development. However, he succeeded
in getting as close to the vessel as
possible by means of a launch, and reports that both Dr. Howse and Lieutenant-Colonel Paul look fit and well. Both are exceedingly glad to get back to Australia.
Personal
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Wednesday 13 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:45 Mr. J. C. Stevenson, of Batfhurst, and
.feriilill ? '
Mr. J. C. Stevenson, of Bathurst, and
Personal
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Wednesday 13 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:45 Private James G. Stevenson, sOn of
iMJ- h CA, sl*V*n5°n.' of Batfcurstw, and
lafe ofObcron,, was Wiled: in action
in France on April s, from which time
he had Wen mfss'ingr. This mate
three out of. four brothers': wKo Jiavc
paid the supremo Sacrifice.. ' ' '-
Private James G. Stevenson, son of
Mr. J. C. Stevenson, of Batfhurst, and
lafe of Oberon, was killed in action
in France on April 5, from which time
he had been missing. This makes
three out of four brothers who have
paid the supreme sacrifice.
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 11 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:43 Pit'Siml ,
and Mrs. B. H. Wolfe, of Kf-lso. pass
ed away on Thursdav 'morning, and
Friday afternoon. . Tha Ven. Arch
deacon Oakes ofReiatciS In tile church
and at the grave. The silvei^mounted
casket was covered with 'floral tri
butes. ' '
The engagement has Heen n'nnoun
ce'H 'f, Mr. Herbert P. .-Conway Cat0
A.X.F.), eJdest son of Mr. and Mrs.
P. J. Conway i Randwick, and! Ei'oen '
M. Sullivaii. onl- daughter of Mr.
ley,' Esrom, and late of Rock For'r.t.
Personal
and Mrs. B. H. Wolfe, of Kelso, pass-
ed away on Thursday morning, and
Friday afternoon. The Ven. Arch-
deacon Oakes officiated in the church
and at the grave. The silver-mounted
casket was covered with floral tri-
butes.
The engagement has been announ-
ced of Mr. Herbert P. Conway (late
A.I.F.), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
P. J. Conway, Randwick, and Eileen
M. Sullivan, only daughter of Mr.
ley,' Esrom, and late of Rock Forest.
Personal. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 9 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:37 A nleasing function ?ook place at
g-ymnasium classes met to express and
show their appreciation for their inr
struc'or (Captain Sloan), who is shortly
leaving- Bathurst having- enlisted as a
x's appreciation for Captain Sloan and
his work, and wished him a Speedy and
safe return. Master Val. BridVkirk
razors. C«ntaJn Sloan thanked the'
boys, and ejrpressed the pleasure he
ahvavs experienced in havine- them at
'he hall and was only too willing- to
show them anv little' he mifrht know.
After ch«ers for Captain Sloan, class
PeriiBaffii
A pleasing function took place at
gymnasium classes met to express and
show their appreciation for their in-
structor (Captain Sloan), who is shortly
leaving Bathurst having enlisted as a
his appreciation for Captain Sloan and
his work, and wished him a speedy and
safe return. Master Val. Bridekirk
razors. Captain Sloan thanked the
boys, and expressed the pleasure he
always experienced in having them at
the hall and was only too willing to
show them any little he might know.
After cheers for Captain Sloan, class
Personal
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 8 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:35 On Wednesday., Cecil Klower, aged
Chatswood. Deceaded was a brother
Vhen leaving Bathurst, the late Mr.
Seymour said he never felt better i'n
day. Mr. and. Mrs. Flanagan, who
funeral, which took place yessterday.
On Wednesday, Cecil Klower, aged
Chatswood. Deceased was a brother
When leaving Bathurst, the late Mr.
Seymour said he never felt better in
day. Mr. and Mrs. Flanagan, who
funeral, which took place yesterday.
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 8 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:32 MUlard, relict of th» late Mr. Richard
Millard, of Bathurst, was tergieiy at
numerous and beautiful. . The R°v.
W. M. Woodhousfi hcld' a serviqe at the
house and also officiated at the grave
Owing- to having been callc-l up for
military service. Nurse Shannon, head
nurse of the Bathurst District Hos
pital, tendered her resignation to thu
committee yesterday. Thu resigna
On' Wednesday. Cedl Klower, aged
iS fyears, son of Mr. and Mrs Klower,
of Bujraga, died in the Litjigow Hos
pital from pneumonia. ' The remains
were 'taken to Burragu for interment ,
.The ^,d nCw5 1)as reached Bathurst
of-ib* death of Mr. W. Seymour, of
Cnatswood. Decea5ea wa,s a brother
of Mrs. H. Flanairati. of the Edinboro'
Castle Hotel, and only returnie'd to his
home at Chatswond about a fortnis-lit
ago, after stAidinir a holiday here.
Vhen leaving Bathurstv the late Mr.
Seymour said he never' felt better i'
us life, but got a sudden seizure when
li' returned home from which he never
rallied, death taking1 place on Wednes
day. ' Mr. and. Mrs. Flanagan, who
havQ the -Jeeo sympathy of a wi-Je cirrli
f friends, left to hs present 'at the
funeral, which tool: . place Me'sterday,
Firsitei '
Millard, relict of the late Mr. Richard
Millard, of Bathurst, was largely at-
numerous and beautiful. The Rev.
W. M. Woodhouse held a service at the
house and also officiated at the grave-
Owing to having been called up for
military service, Nurse Shannon, head
nurse of the Bathurst District Hos-
pital, tendered her resignation to the
committee yesterday. The resigna-
On Wednesday., Cecil Klower, aged
18 years, son of Mr. and Mrs Klower,
of Burraga, died in the Lithgow Hos-
pital from pneumonia. The remains
were taken to Burraga for interment.
The sad news has reached Bathurst
of the death of Mr. W. Seymour, of
Chatswood. Deceaded was a brother
of Mrs. H. Flanagan, of the Edinboro'
Castle Hotel, and only returned to his
home at Chatswood about a fortnight
ago, after spending a holiday here.
Vhen leaving Bathurst, the late Mr.
Seymour said he never felt better i'n
his life, but got a sudden seizure when
he returned home from which he never
rallied, death taking place on Wednes-
day. Mr. and. Mrs. Flanagan, who
have the deep sympathy of a wide circle
of friends, left to be present at the
funeral, which took place yessterday.
Personal
Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 7 November 1918 page Article 2015-03-28 11:27 Lieutenant Colonel J. Harold (Jacfe)
J^uK is expected to arrive in Sydney
on Tuesday. If cVCr a man deserved
a rousing welcome Jionys it is Lieufi
enant Colonel Paul -
PiriSiii
Lieutenant Colonel J. Harold (Jack)
Paul is expected to arrive in Sydney
on Tuesday. If ever a man deserved
a rousing welcome home it is Lieut-
enant Colonel Paul.
Personal

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