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WEDDING AT OBERON. OBERON, Tuesday. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Wednesday 22 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 12:16 A very pretty wedding was cele
Watson, of Shooter's Hill, was mar
Rock, Shooter's Hill. 'The bride, who
coronet of orange blossoms, and car
ried a shower bouquet of white chry
dress, pink trimmings, large pink pic
A very pretty wedding was cele-
Watson, of Shooter's Hill, was mar-
Rock, Shooter's Hill. The bride, who
coronet of orange blossoms, and car-
ried a shower bouquet of white chry-
dress, pink trimmings, large pink pic-
WEDDING. SMITH—CHILVERS. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 20 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 12:14 in St. Mark's Church, MiUthorpe,, the
Robert Smith, of Queenbeyan, a'nd
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Chil
Paris lace e 'ged with bute ribbon, and
hand she carried a silver-bound, ivory
backed prayer book and shower bou
The Misses Gladys and Hilda Chil
vers (sisters) acted as brides maids',
hats of amythest velvet; Each wore
a gold brooch, gifts of the bride
conclusion played the wedding march,
breakfast wa9 held. During the even
in St. Mark's Church, Millthorpe, the
Robert Smith, of Queenbeyan, and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Chil-
Paris lace edged with bute ribbon, and
hand she carried a silver-bound, ivory-
backed prayer book and shower bou-
The Misses Gladys and Hilda Chil-
vers (sisters) acted as brides maids,
hats of amythest velvet. Each wore
a gold brooch, gifts of the bride-
conclusion played the wedding march.
breakfast was held. During the even-
DEATH FROM STRYCHNINE. NARROMINE, Wednesday. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 16 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 12:11 / 7
district, committed suicide this morn

district, committed suicide this morn-
The Early Days DEATH OF A PIONEER. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 16 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 12:09 DEATH OF A PIONEER;
the old colonists who had exciting ex
periences' in the goldfield days. With
January, 1853, and qualified as a con
..n.T^/-ni- Tn tflr-j iviffi ntKptr vrtimff
Etc, Christmas Day, xnd Boxing Day
rough mountainous country. It rain
shepherd, Mr. Wareham was deliri
ous, and was bndly bitfen by bulldog
fires that were the lot of the early set
tlers.- One of Clark's gang of bush
rangers, kno-ven as 'Long Jim the
Tailor ' win; for n t.imp in Mr. Warc
more settled Mr. Wareliam held various
District Court, Clerk of Petty Ses
Botany Bay, one daughter, 15 grand
children, and five gTeat-grandchildren.
DEATH OF A PIONEER.
the old colonists who had exciting ex-
periences in the goldfield days. With
January, 1853, and qualified as a con-
veyancer. In 1853, with other young
Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day
rough mountainous country. It rain-
shepherd, Mr. Wareham was deliri-
ous, and was badly bitten by bulldog
fires that were the lot of the early set-
tlers. One of Clark's gang of bush-
rangers, knowen as ''Long Jim the
Tailor'' was for a time in Mr. Ware-
more settled Mr. Wareham held various
District Court, Clerk of Petty Ses-
Botany Bay, one daughter, 15 grand-
children, and five great-grandchildren.
Wedding NAYLOR—WEEKES. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 16 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 12:05 cako tray from the employees of the
Crago.and Sous, Ltd.); bride's mother,
Mr. and,.Mrs. T. Reilly, silver butter
Reilly, afternocn tea spoons and tongs ;
.Hood, pair of silver salt cellars and
silver vases; Mr. and Mrs. A. Nay
lor, pair of .oil paintings; Mrs. and
Miss- Naylor (Bathurst), silver, jam
Griffith, silver pickle jar; Mrs. Han
,sard tBathursfl, tray; Mrs. H. Hat
field (Bathurst), picture; Miss V. Rose
-warne and Mr. Coxhall, butler dish;
Mr. and' Mrs. Pon-3clbury, vases; Mrs.
Rosewarne, specimen' glasses; Mr. and
'Mrs. A. B. McKenzic (O'Connell), sil
mounted pipe; Mr. S. Thornley, sil
:Mr. and Mrs. W. Richardson, silver
Mabel Gill, vases; Mr. and Mrs. Tay
Rowc, fruit dishes; Mr. and Mrs. Cu
W. Pollock, bedroom clock; Miss Mc
Guinness, silver ink stand;' Mr. and
S. Cubis, aluminium kettle; Misg Dun
ton, pair of pillow shams .
cake tray from the employees of the
Crago and Sous, Ltd.); bride's mother,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Reilly, silver butter
Reilly, afternoon tea spoons and tongs ;
Hood, pair of silver salt cellars and
silver vases; Mr. and Mrs. A. Nay-
lor, pair of oil paintings; Mrs. and
Miss Naylor (Bathurst), silver jam
Griffith, silver pickle jar; Mrs. Han-
sard (Bathurst), tray; Mrs. H. Hat-
field (Bathurst), picture; Miss V. Rose-
warne and Mr. Coxhall, butler dish;
Mr. and Mrs. Pendelbury, vases; Mrs.
Rosewarne, specimen glasses; Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. McKenzic (O'Connell), sil-
mounted pipe; Mr. S. Thornley, sil-
Mr. and Mrs. W. Richardson, silver jam dish; Miss Smythe, cushion; Miss
Mabel Gill, vases; Mr. and Mrs. Tay-
Rowe, fruit dishes; Mr. and Mrs. Cu-
W. Pollock, bedroom clock; Miss Mc-
Guinness, silver ink stand; Mr. and
S. Cubis, aluminium kettle; Misg Dun-
ton, pair of pillow shams.
Wedding NAYLOR—WEEKES. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Thursday 16 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 12:02 At St. Clement's Cnurch, Marrick
ville, on Saturday, May 11, Waltei
I mily, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
u---i lamti, wKJiti ivuiy crepe ae cnene,
orange blossoms. She carried a show
or bouquet, which, with a bridal neck
lace, was .he gift of the bridegroom.
Mr. Unarles Naylor, brother of the
'bridegroom, -was' best man, and
wearing white embroidered Swiss m\is
which, with gold bangles, wer© the
Mr. W. Draper sang 'Because,' and
organ selections and the 'Wedding
Ma-ch.' The church was prettily
crepe do chene, and violet hat with
plumes. Late-r, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
ibeavor ? toque, with white ' ostrich
The following is tho list of pre
At St. Clement's Church, Marrick-
ville, on Saturday, May 11, Walter
Emily, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
her father, wore ivory crepe de chene,
orange blossoms. She carried a show-
er bouquet, which, with a bridal neck-
lace, was the gift of the bridegroom.
Mr. Charles Naylor, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man, and
wearing white embroidered Swiss mus-
which, with gold bangles, were the
Mr. W. Draper sang ''Because,'' and
organ selections and the ''Wedding
March.'' The church was prettily
crepe de chene, and violet hat with
plumes. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
beaver toque, with white ostrich
The following is the list of pre-
Wedding WILLOTT—CALLAGHAN. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Wednesday 8 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 11:57 on silver tray ; Mr. and Mrs. Locke,:
Mrs. IT amor and family, silver amd cut'
glass breakfast cruet; Miss Noifoary,
;Mrs. J. Young, silver knife rests ; Mr.
'and Mrs. J. Booth, silver and glass
Maher, case/silver teaspoons ; Mr. and'
Mrs. Ilackett, silver cake basket and
pair of', silver' vases ; Master Claude'
Johnson', bed room 'lartip; Mr. and Mrs.
W. Booth, cheque ; Mr. and Mrs. . J.:
Peacock, silver jam spoon and ' butter
knife ; Mri and Mrs. Johnson, cheque ; }
ivir, ana. mrs. vv. u. . 1 air, silver and:
Browtilowj silver .bread fork ; Mr. amd
Mrs; G. Drew; silver; egg cruet ; Miss
R. Kniight, silvier' butter knife ; 'Vivi-
an, GoTdon, Lorria',' silver candle
Messrs. Lark in Bros., silver and 'cut
glass dinner' cruet'; 'Church of 'England
parishioners, Perthviile, silver,, hot j
water kettlfe oh' stand; Taniwortn
on silver tray ; Mr. and Mrs. Locke,
Mrs. Hamer and family, silver and cut
glass breakfast cruet; Miss Norbary,
Mrs. J. Young, silver knife rests ; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Booth, silver and glass
Maher, case silver teaspoons ; Mr. and
Mrs. Hackett, silver cake basket and
pair of silver vases ; Master Claude
Johnson, bed room lamp; Mr. and Mrs.
W. Booth, cheque ; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Peacock, silver jam spoon and butter
knife ; Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, cheque ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tait, silver and
Brownlow, silver bread fork ; Mr. and
Mrs. G. Drew, silver egg cruet ; Miss
R. Knight, silver butter knife ; "Vivi-
an, Gordon, Lorna,'' silver candle
Messrs. Larkin Bros., silver and cut
glass dinner cruet; Church of England
parishioners, Perthville, silver hot
water kettle on stand; Tamworth
Wedding WILLOTT—CALLAGHAN. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Wednesday 8 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 11:54 brido's- parents, where the wedding
dining-room, which was prettily decor
ated for the occasion. Subsequently,'
the happy couple left on their 'honey-,
travelled in a mole cloth costume, trim
med with shot silk and oriental trim
ming; her hat was black velvet with:
a'large white ostrich plume. She also I
wore a handsome mole fur stole. i
j-iie luwowing 15 a iibt or me pre
sents : — Mother of bride, 'house 'linen
and bedroom suite ; father of bride,;
J. Pratley, silver tea-pot ; Mr. and Mrs
G. Cr. Callaghan, cheque-; Messrs. A.,
?and F. Callaghan, cheque; Mr. and
Mrs. and Miss Peacock, silver vase;:
Miss 'Ella Callaghan, American-China:
tea service ; Miss Elsie Callaghan, pair,
of hand painted vases ; Mr. F. Pratley,:'
Pratley, silver and glass fruit dish;'
.silver butter kmfe ; Mr. and Mrs. N.
;Wil!ott, silver vase; Mr. and Mrs. R.
bride's parents, where the wedding
dining-room, which was prettily decor-
ated for the occasion. Subsequently,
the happy couple left on their honey-
travelled in a mole cloth costume, trim-
med with shot silk and oriental trim-
ming; her hat was black velvet with
a large white ostrich plume. She also
wore a handsome mole fur stole.
The following is a list of the pre-
sents : — Mother of bride, house linen
and bedroom suite ; father of bride,
J. Pratley, silver tea-pot ; Mr. and Mrs.
G. G. Callaghan, cheque; Messrs. A.
and F. Callaghan, cheque; Mr. and
Mrs. and Miss Peacock, silver vase;
Miss Ella Callaghan, American-China
tea service ; Miss Elsie Callaghan, pair
of hand painted vases ; Mr. F. Pratley,
Pratley, silver and glass fruit dish;
silver butter knife ; Mr. and Mrs. N.
Willott, silver vase; Mr. and Mrs. R.
Wedding WILLOTT—CALLAGHAN. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Wednesday 8 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 11:52 On Wednesday afternoon there- was
England, George's Plains, a very pret
ty wedding, the contracting parites be
ing, Laura, eldest da.tigihtor of Mr.
and Mrs. P. G; Callagha.-h, of Perth
ville, and Mr. Charles James Willott, ,
of 'Perthilea,' Tamwortih. The cere
many was perfornied by Rev. A. S.
by the bride's friends. Miss Iiamer
presided at the organ and rendered ap
her father, was attired in a daity -white
muslin frock, the bodice being drapod
with a scrft fischu of chiffon edged with
pearl fringe, and trimmed with Valen
ciennes lace.. She wore the customary
johnquils, which together with a silver
n'Ounted chamois peggy-bag, were the
gifts of the bridegroom. The brides
riiadds, Misses Ella and Elsie Calla
ghari, sisters of the bride, were attired
alike in white hailstone' muslin pretti
ly trimmed with Maltese laoe, and wore
wmte felt 'paddy' hats, trimmed with
pink chrysanthemums, autumn, leaves
arid fern, with pink satin streamers ;
Callaghan; as best man, while the role
of groomsman was filled by Mr. Ste
phen Willott.' The bride's present to
Uni—
On Wednesday afternoon there was
England, George's Plains, a very pret-
ty wedding, the contracting parites be-
ing, Laura, eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. P. G. Callaghan, of Perth-
ville, and Mr. Charles James Willott,
of ''Perthlea,'' Tamworth. The cere-
many was performed by Rev. A. S.
by the bride's friends. Miss Hamer
presided at the organ and rendered ap-
her father, was attired in a daity white
muslin frock, the bodice being draped
with a soft fischu of chiffon edged with
pearl fringe, and trimmed with Valen-
ciennes lace. She wore the customary
johnquils, which together with a silver-
mounted chamois peggy-bag, were the
gifts of the bridegroom. The brides-
maids, Misses Ella and Elsie Calla-
ghan, sisters of the bride, were attired
alike in white hailstone muslin pretti-
ly trimmed with Maltese lace, and wore
white felt ''paddy'' hats, trimmed with
pink chrysanthemums, autumn leaves
and fern, with pink satin streamers ;
Callaghan as best man, while the role
of groomsman was filled by Mr. Ste-
phen Willott. The bride's present to
sleeve-links.
Wedding FARRELLY—HYLAND. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 6 May 1912 page Article 2015-07-04 11:47 H. K. Ogden (IfurJstone Park), Mr?
Mrs. Heriiott and family, Mr. and
Wyllie, Mr. and Mrs. M'Kellar (Turon
(Narooma), Mrs. James Ftilton (Svd
ney). Miss Hyland (Bathurst), Mr. M.
(Sydney). Mr. H. Farrellv (Svdney),
Mr. P. Farrelly (Clandulla), Mt. and
Mrs. M'Manus (Ilford). Masters M'
Mamis (Ilford) , Mr. A. Fni-relTy (Clan
duTIa), Miss L. Hyland, Miss K. Hy
land, Miss Isabel Owens, Miss Westa
wa\. Miss G. HyTVuul , Mrs. Ryan
(Blayney), Mrs. W. Cole, Mrs. J. M'
Kenny, Mnster Henrv Foskett, Miss L.
JJurKa TCd waft
— __
H. E. Ogden (Hurlstone Park), Mr.
Mrs. Herriott and family, Mr. and
Wyllie, Mr. and Mrs. M'Kellar (Turon-
(Narooma), Mrs. James Ftilton (Syd-
ney), Miss Hyland (Bathurst), Mr. M.
(Sydney). Mr. H. Farrelly (Svdney),
Mr. P. Farrelly (Clandulla), Mr. and
Mrs. M'Manus (Ilford). Masters M'-
Manus (Ilford) , Mr. A. Farrelly (Clan-
dulla), Miss L. Hyland, Miss K. Hy-
land, Miss Isabel Owens, Miss Westa-
way, Miss G. Hyland , Mrs. Ryan
(Blayney), Mrs. W. Cole, Mrs. J. M'-
Kenny, Master Henry Foskett, Miss L.
Burke (Cowra).

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