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MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 4 May 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 17:39 Mavis Edna, ? daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.-F. ;N. Bladon, of Tighe's Hill,
of Mr. and- Mi's. Edwards, of Edge
warc-road, Newtown.
; 9 * *
At the Jloskins Memorial Church,'
Lithgow, the. Rev. P. 'Hope celebra
ted, the. marriage, of- Jessie, second
daughter of . Mr. ; and Ms s. : George
Watson, of Hassan's' Walji-ror.ri and
Aian E., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
-Mortdn,' of Rydal.
' Nellie, youngest datighter of Mr. and
of Mr; A. Duric; of Mprt-street. The
Ilcv. W. I-I. Arthur officiated.
,, ...» * ? « ? ? ?
daughter of Mr. .and - Mrs. II. C.
Bladon, of Melbourne, and niece1 of
, Mrs. Levis, Lithgow, to Ivan'
I-I addon, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
T.'Ford, 01 Cremorne, took place at
? St. Paul's ? Church 'of England. ?.
? '? f ' ' » ? * '
..The death is announced at Sum
mer Hill of Mr. Martin Nowland, atj
the age of 76 years. Some years,
ago Mr. Nowland was a well-known I
: resident of Bathurst, residing for|
yeai's'with his family in Piper street.
For., years he was employed as guard
on/the Western line. His old friends,
u Coomber, of. Narromine.
Frocked in ivpry . sathv over -pink
pink rosebuds, Maisic Catherine,
second daughter of Mrs. A. L. Gl
ngher and thc late Mr. Galagher, of
Dubbo, was ml.ir.ried to Jack Robert,
After an illness of about a fort
?in ' the fCdwra District Hospital of
Mr. Thomas Selloij Hill, at the ago
of 85 years. ' The deceased was one
of the pioneers of the Lyndhurct and
The death hlja occurred at her resi
dence at Bathurst' of the late Mrs.
, Deceased had only been residing in
.Bathurst for a. short period.
? * * .* .
* * * . ?
* * «,
» ' * ' ML .
Mavis Edna, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. F. N. Bladon, of Tighe's Hill,
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, of Edge-
ware-road, Newtown.
* * *
At the Hoskins Memorial Church,
Lithgow, the. Rev. P. Hope celebra-
ted the marriage of Jessie, second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Watson, of Hassan's Walls-road and
Alan E., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Morten, of Rydal.
Nellie, youngest daughter of Mr. and
of Mr. A. Durie, of Mort-street. The
Rev. W. H. Arthur officiated.
* * *
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Bladon, of Melbourne, and niece of
Mrs. Levis, Lithgow, to Ivan
Haddon, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. Ford, of Cremorne, took place at
St. Paul's Church of England.
* * *
The death is announced at Sum-
mer Hill of Mr. Martin Nowland, at
the age of 76 years. Some years
ago Mr. Nowland was a well-known
resident of Bathurst, residing for
years with his family in Piper street.
For years he was employed as guard
on the Western line. His old friends,
Coomber, of Narromine.
Frocked in ivory satin over pink
pink rosebuds, Maisie Catherine,
second daughter of Mrs. A. L. Gal-
agher and the late Mr. Galagher, of
Dubbo, was married to Jack Robert,
After an illness of about a fort-
in the Cowra District Hospital of
Mr. Thomas Sellors Hill, at the age
of 85 years. The deceased was one
of the pioneers of the Lyndhurst and
The death has occurred at her resi-
dence at Bathurst of the late Mrs.
Deceased had only been residing in
Bathurst for a short period.
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MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 20 April 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 17:26 The death occurred at St. Vin
John Pro'3ser, a highly rerpected re
sident of Bathurst., The late Mr.
Prosser had been ill for - sever .1
months, and his dea-h leaves a blank
The death occurred at St. Vin-
John Prosser, a highly rerpected re-
sident of Bathurst. The late Mr.
Prosser had been ill for several
months, and his death leaves a blank
MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 20 April 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 17:26 William Askett, one of' the good
old pioneers, passed away; at Wright
'Age'), of which 35 years ; were
Eome very interesting stories of
the early days. He drove Cobb and:
Co.'s, coaches from Dubbo to Bourlce
in the '70 flood, and horse teams be
the company. As a we..thcr prophet
staunch unionist and Labor suppor
The death took place at. Sydney
of Mi-. William Martin, eldest -son
was 73 yeai's. of .'age, and single. For
many years he worked in his f .th
cir's blacksmith shop, and later went
to live out west.' Recently he went
.person of Mr. 'Roland Whiteman,
passed away ' ' at . liis residence,
'Glenbrook,' Lagooiy ; The l te
Miv Whiteman was 66 years of age
and 'had resided in the Lagoon dis- 1
trict almost all his life, having fol
Mrs. Harriett Ann Gunning, of Nar
Phillip Gunning. . Had the old lady
lived: until June 5th, she would have
reached the, grand 'old age of 99 years
?' . * : * ? '.* ' j
A very old resident 'of Gilgandra
in the 'person of ' Mr. William '-Tiny'
Rutledge, . died suddenly : at G lgan
Deceased w.:s engaged for years as
a road contractor. . '
.At St. Ambrose ? Church, Gil
gandra, i. two well-known . district
families were united by the mar
riage., of : Miss Lila ; He\Vsoni fourth
daughter of Mr. W. Hewaon and
alla,' Combarj, to Mr. Richard
late A. Hosking- and Mi*j.. Hosking,
of . 'Wilga; Park,' Gulargambone.
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William Askett, one of the good
old pioneers, passed away at Wright-
'Age'), of which 35 years were
some very interesting stories of
the early days. He drove Cobb and
Co.'s, coaches from Dubbo to Bourke
in the '70 flood, and horse teams be-
the company. As a weather prophet
staunch unionist and Labor suppor-
The death took place at Sydney
of Mr. William Martin, eldest son
was 73 years of age, and single. For
many years he worked in his fath-
er's blacksmith shop, and later went
to live out west. Recently he went
person of Mr. Roland Whiteman,
passed away at his residence,
'Glenbrook,' Lagoon. The late
Mr. Whiteman was 66 years of age
and had resided in the Lagoon dis-
trict almost all his life, having fol-
Mrs. Harriett Ann Gunning, of Nar-
Phillip Gunning. Had the old lady
lived until June 5th, she would have
reached the grand old age of 99 years
* * *
A very old resident of Gilgandra
in the person of Mr. William 'Tiny'
Rutledge, died suddenly at Gilgan-
Deceased was engaged for years as
a road contractor.
At St. Ambrose Church, Gil-
gandra, two well-known district
families were united by the mar-
riage of Miss Lila Hewson, fourth
daughter of Mr. W. Hewson and
alla,' Combara, to Mr. Richard
late A. Hosking and Mrs. Hosking,
of 'Wilga Park,' Gulargambone.
* * *
* * *
* * *
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MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 20 April 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 17:18 The death has taken place ? . at.
faking place at the residence' of. -her
daughter, Mrs. C... Holmes.: The 'de-
ceased, who was ' highly ''respected
had been ailing for some' time,; arid
death was not ' une'xpecfed;.'\'^,-;-..,:.5'.'.;; '
hospital of Mrs. Lena J.;ne Lahy,
aged 53, the wife of the well-known'
ersdalc,' 12 Mile, near Mudgee.
Mrs. La'hy had been uhdc^'.trca.t
ment at the hospital for a ' bad leg;
A wedd'rig was 'celebrated - in ;tlie
Methodist Churc'h, Orange, . recently,
the jriiarriage of Ethel Louise, sec
ond daughter of the late Mr.v James
and Mrs. Bargw.mna, of East .Or
ange, to Mr. Clem- Sel wood', second
Susannah Bright, a highly res
pected resident of Dubbo, died sud
was 66 years of age, 'had been liv
ing with her sister, Mfcs Bright, for.,
many years. She 'had been ailing
for some time, and her death, . al
' + - ' * *
* *
The death has taken place at
taking place at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. C. Holmes. The de-
ceased, who was highly respected
had been ailing for some time, and
death was not unexpected.
hospital of Mrs. Lena Jane Lahy,
aged 53, the wife of the well-known
ersdale,' 12 Mile, near Mudgee.
Mrs. Lahy had been under treat-
ment at the hospital for a bad leg.
A wedding was celebrated in the
Methodist Church, Orange, recently,
the marriage of Ethel Louise, sec-
ond daughter of the late Mr. James
and Mrs. Bargwanna, of East Or-
ange, to Mr. Clem Selwood, second
Susannah Bright, a highly res-
pected resident of Dubbo, died sud-
was 66 years of age, had been liv-
ing with her sister, Miss Bright, for
many years. She had been ailing
for some time, and her death, al-
* * *
* * *
MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 13 April 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 17:10 late Mr. and Mrs. McEtridge, of
A quiet' wedding . was.; . solemnised
at St. Matthew's Church -pf England,
i Manly, t'he Rev. R. Ebbs .officiating.
The. principals were Ester, youns;
e.s-t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. 'Ro
berts, of ''Cardew,' and Thomas,
second son of Mr. and Mr.s. 7;[..,Ed-;|
monstone, of Dubbo. . .
' *' *' ' ** '
The death occurred in the Bath
urst District Hospital of Mr. Hem-y
B. White, i.-.t the age of 75 years.
in and around the district, all ; -his
life. His wife predeceased-, him by
many years. . ..
. - Mis-~ Beeby, who recently retired'
# / * .*
late Mr. and Mrs. McFetridge, of
A quiet wedding was solemnised
at St. Matthew's Church of England,
Manly, the Rev. R. Ebbs officiating.
The principals were Ester, young-
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Ro-
berts, of 'Cardew,' and Thomas,
second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ed-
monstone, of Dubbo.
* * *
The death occurred in the Bath-
urst District Hospital of Mr. Henry
B. White, at the age of 75 years.
in and around the district all his
life. His wife predeceased him by
many years.
Miss Beeby, who recently retired
* * *
MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 13 April 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 17:06 ' ' ' ' m - * *
The wedding »o£ Ellen Francis,
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. «s.
J. , Hill, of Kurrl Kurri,1,. and-. 'Norm-
an' -'..Clifford,, - youngest son of the
late Mr', -'and. Mrk McFetridge, of
'H^refield.' Dubbo, was celebrated
m the Kurri Kurri - PrpsbyverinTi
Church, recently, the Rev. -Smith,,
?of East Maitland, ? officiating.
,-' . j ,?
* * *
The wedding of Ellen Francis,
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ?.
J. Hill, of Kurri Kurri, and Norm-
an Clifford, youngest son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. McEtridge, of
'Harefield,' Dubbo, was celebrated
in the Kurri Kurri Presbyterian
Church, recently, the Rev. Smith,
of East Maitland, officiating.
* * *
MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 13 April 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 17:03 MrS. .Thomas Wilson, an old and
Mrs. Thomas Wilson, an old and
MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 13 April 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 17:03 in Dubb'o for over 50 years.
respected resident of the town, 'died
North Dubbo. The late Mi\ -Robin-
son, who was. 64 years of age, was
born in 'Bathurst. , ,
MrS. .Thomas Wils'on, an oUl and
died suddenly. Deceased ,had| been
ailing .for. some .time., . .. ?,
' ' In Holy ' ' Trinity Church, Dubbo,'
Rector Leavers joined; in holy wed
lock Barbara May, , eldest daughter
.of .'.'.Mr. , and Mrs. ' R. . S. , Roberts, of
,','Spring Bank, '.Dubbo, and Eric Gor
,don?. ..son 'of. Mr. and ,Mrs... .Owen
George, of Rylestorie. ,.
' * * *
in Dubbo for over 50 years.
respected resident of the town, died
North Dubbo. The late Mr. Robin-
son, who was 64 years of age, was
born in Bathurst.
MrS. .Thomas Wilson, an old and
died suddenly. Deceased had been
ailing for some time.
In Holy Trinity Church, Dubbo,
Rector Leavers joined in holy wed-
lock Barbara May, eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Roberts, of
'Spring Bank, ' Dubbo, and Eric Gor-
don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen
George, of Rylestone.
* * *
MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 13 April 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 17:01 MEN, . AND - WOMEN
* News' has been- received- in Bath
urst of the, -death of Mr. Hugh Mel
ville, at; his ' home at Roseville. The
of years station master at Bathurst-
and was some time ago promoted, to
at Central. . . .
period death brought a happy re
lease to the sufferings of .Mrs. Mc
D'onell, .wife of Mr. Robert McDonell, ?
which took place at. their residence,
'VVarrendine,,.. Orange, at the age of
62 years. ' In addition to a sorrow
ing husband she leaves one, son, M*'.
?Stan McDonell.
A quiet wedding was celebi-ated at
S^. Michael and John's Cathedral, j
Bathurst, on Easter Monday, when!
Lilhe, second daughter .'of Mrs. and ,
,the late Mr. P. Quigley, of Hope
Street, Bathurst, was . married, jto '
Ernest Daniel, second son of .Mr.
and Mrs. E. , Cusick, ? of ,Fairview,
Eglinton. , The Rev. Father Brod
A't his rssideiice, John Wakefield,
Dubbo, died on Tuesday. The de
* - * , *
*4« * *
* * : * '
MEN AND WOMEN
News has been received in Bath-
urst of the death of Mr. Hugh Mel-
ville, at his home at Roseville. The
of years station master at Bathurst,
and was some time ago promoted to
at Central.
period death brought a happy re-
lease to the sufferings of Mrs. Mc-
Donell, wife of Mr. Robert McDonell,
which took place at their residence,
Warrendine, Orange, at the age of
62 years. In addition to a sorrow-
ing husband she leaves one son, Mr.
Stan McDonell.
A quiet wedding was celebrated at
St. Michael and John's Cathedral,
Bathurst, on Easter Monday, when
Lillie, second daughter of Mrs. and
the late Mr. P. Quigley, of Hope
Street, Bathurst, was married to
Ernest Daniel, second son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Cusick, of Fairview,
Eglinton. The Rev. Father Brod-
At his residence, John Wakefield,
Dubbo, died on Tuesday. The de-
* * *
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* * *
MEN AND WOMEN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 9 April 1931 page Article 2014-09-01 16:56 Raglan, was anarried to Waldemar
united in matrimony Ila May Wil-
Oti March 28, the death occurred
.of ''Mr;1. Henry Bucklarid, of Orantre.
86\ye':rs. The cause of. death, was
a heart seizure. ' ' v' ' : -
- ?? . - i -?'? ) . '? ; 0
Last Thursday Misses E. arid K..
Finch, ' of Molo'ng, 'received a mes
sage; from their aunt (Mrs. ?Carr)
?to the' [effect that her 'husband' ''(Mr.
Harry . S. Carr 'had been ' killed
?n ;a motor ear accident, in Sydney;
Th« ''-deceased formerly resided at
f''Gardmgton,' his firjt ' wil'e being
M;ss McNiven. - He was well-knowr)
Raglan, was married to Waldemar
united in matrimony Ita May Wil-
On March 28, the death occurred
of Mr. Henry Buckland, of Orange,
86 years. The cause of death was
a heart seizure.
* * *
Last Thursday Misses E. and K.
Finch, of Molong, received a mes-
sage from their aunt (Mrs. Carr)
to the effect that her husband (Mr.
Harry S. Carr) had been killed
in a motor car accident, in Sydney.
The deceased formerly resided at
'Cardington,' his first wife being
Miss McNiven. He was well-known

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