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|Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 11 September 1922 page Article||2015-08-05 17:51||at tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. Cleary
and left a bonny boy. Baby's grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Briggs Sur.,
are Just as delated with the luggage
as baby|s parents.
Mr. L! Ferran (late manngor of tho
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maddy, now ot
Newcastle, and formerly o! Bathurst,
have been spending their annual holi
days In the City of tho Plalnj.
|at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleary
and left a bonny boy. Baby's grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Briggs Snr.,
are just as deighted with the luggage
as baby's parents.
Mr. L. Ferran (late manager of the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maddy, now of
Newcastle, and formerly of Bathurst,
have been spending their annual holi-
days in the City of the Plains.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 9 September 1922 page Family Notices||2015-08-05 17:48||respectfully invited to attend his fu
169 fWUIllam-street this (Saturday)
Cometery. W. S. Hodge, Undeitaer,
SMITH.— Tho members R.B.P. 826
and L.O.L, 3G and 363, are requested
to meet at 189 William Street, to at
tend the funeral of their late- brother,
Vf. A. SmltB, at 2.16 p.m. to-day.
A, AMEY, Sec. 36.
|respectfully invited to attend his fu-
169 William-street this (Saturday)
Cemetery. W. S. Hodge, Undertaker,
SMITH.— The members R.B.P. 826
and L.O.L, 36 and 363, are requested
to meet at 189 William Street, to at-
tend the funeral of their late brother,
W. A. Smith, at 2.15 p.m. to-day.
A. AMEY, Sec. 36.
|FATAL LIGHTNING FLASH MR. SLATTERY'S MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Saturday 9 September 1922 page Article||2015-08-05 17:46||'mil, lighthm
. fLASH- - '
MR. 8LATTERV8 MIRACULOUS
tragic death ot young Ray Cole, -of
Sofala, who was struck dead by light
ning, near Kondos, on Thursday af
struck him just behind the oar and
-(traversed his chest. Tho boot on
that there was not a mark left on tho
body. Young Cols had just turned 21
years of age. Tho escape of Mr. J.
Slattcry, of Sally's Flat, can be re
garded as miraculous. Ho was riding
and pulled up to give tho horses a
had only gone a few paces when tho
fKtai flash came. When ' he turned,
young Colo was lying prostrate. Mr.
Slattery owne~d tho team, and Is well
known throughout tho Bathurst dis
to Sofala yestorday and the' funeral
MR. SLATTERY'S MIRACULOUS
tragic death of young Ray Cole, of
Sofala, who was struck dead by light-
ning, near Kandos, on Thursday af-
struck him just behind the ear and
traversed his chest. The boot on
that there was not a mark left on the
body. Young Cole had just turned 21
years of age. The escape of Mr. J.
Slattery, of Sally's Flat, can be re-
garded as miraculous. He was riding
and pulled up to give the horses a
had only gone a few paces when the
fatal flash came. When he turned,
young Cole was lying prostrate. Mr.
Slattery owned the team, and is well
known throughout the Bathurst dis-
to Sofala yesterday and the funeral
|Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 8 September 1922 page Article||2015-08-05 17:44||took place last night ot his late resi
dence 169 William Street. The it
was 62 years ot age. . About six
weeks, ago the late Mr. Smith was ob
liged to relinquish' his duties as an
examiner on tho railway at Bathurst
on account of his Illness. He was
a prominent memberoftheli.OJj. He
?leaves a widow and 'a. grown-up fam
ily. The interment will take plado
In the.Kelso Cemetery to-morrow af
ternoon. ? :.
|took place last night at his late resi-
dence 169 William Street. The de-
was 62 years ot age. About six
weeks ago the late Mr. Smith was ob-
liged to relinquish his duties as an
examiner on the railway at Bathurst
on account of his illness. He was
a prominent member of the L.O.L. He
leaves a widow and a grown-up fam-
ily. The interment will take place
in the Kelso Cemetery to-morrow af-
|Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 8 September 1922 page Article||2015-08-05 17:41||were brought to Bathusrt by the mid-
||were brought to Bathurst by the mid-
|Personal (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 8 September 1922 page Article||2015-08-05 17:41||and Mrs. Hartlgon-Jfr. and 3to*Mc:
&W Mrs. .Bin andMisrAglw
cleary. The coffin bearers' 'were-—
(Grandsons) Andrew* Hartigan (son in.
iSIi 'nT JchSrC,leanf (Bon-- ^6 Rcr
?%£Z v^i HaU- assIated by °-e Rbt
tather Norton officiated at the Mor
tuary. Chapel and at the graveside.
|and Mrs. Hartigan, Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Kenna, Mrs. Bill and Miss Agnes
Cleary. The coffin bearers were:—
(Grandsons) Andrew Hartigan (son-in-
law) and John Cleary (son). The Rev
Father John Hall, assisted by the Rev.
Father Norton officiated at the Mor-
tuary Chapel and at the graveside.
|2015-08-05 17:39||The death occurrd at his late re-
- Mrs-tneary, wldow-of the 'late Wil
liam Cleary of Bentinci s«.r«3t, Bath,
urst, died en Tuesday afternoon nt her
ion in-law*. .MrHartigan-H; rrcideuca
in O.-sngo where she had MM biav.'nK
for about two months.^ Her husband
predeceased her by,10 years'. Born
in Tipporary, Ireland nt on early are
she came to Australia. 65 years ago
and had resided In the Bathurst dis
largo .family , of 11 children, three
sons and, seven -daughters of whom are
still living. The deceased was' of an
unobstrualvo natnny preferring tho as
soclatlons of her family (and her own
home to that of public affaire. Her
many old friendB of the .Bathurst dis-.
trict .will regret to learn. of her death
Tho membors , ot ; the ^ family - are ? -i
Messrs John, (Narromlne) i Patrick
(Gllgandra); and James : Cleary (Bath
urst); Mrs. Hartigan, (Orangel; Mrs.
J. Ryan, (O'ConneU); Mr» W- Nc
Kenna (Bathurst); Mrs. ? D.Kelly
(Sydney); Mrs,. F. Bill, . (Sydney);
Miss Agnes Cleary (Bathurst) - and
Sister M. Vincent .(St Joseph'B Con
vent, (Canowindra). The^remains
were broughttaJBathnrstrbythe mld-
day passenger train yesterday and In
terred in the Catholic' portion rof the
Bathurst. Cemetery. ?ThecWeVmourn-
ors were; Mr and Mrs. 3i Oleary» Mr
|The death occurred at his late re-
Mrs Cleary, widow of the late Wil-
liam Cleary of Bentinck street, Bath-
urst, died on Tuesday afternoon at her
son-in-law's. Mr. Hartigan's residence
in Orange where she had been staying
for about two months. Her husband
predeceased her by 10 years. Born
in Tipperary, Ireland at an early age
she came to Australia 65 years ago
and had resided in the Bathurst dis-
large family of 11 children, three
sons and seven daughters of whom are
still living. The deceased was of an
unobstrusive nature, preferring the as-
sociations of her family and her own
home to that of public affairs. Her
many old friends of the Bathurst dis-
trict will regret to learn of her death
The members of the family are :—
Messrs John, (Narromlne) ; Patrick
(Gilgandra); and James Cleary (Bath-
urst); Mrs. Hartigan, (Orange); Mrs.
J. Ryan, (O'Connell); Mrs. W. Mc-
Kenna (Bathurst); Mrs. D. Kelly
(Sydney); Mrs. F. Bill (Sydney);
Miss Agnes Cleary (Bathurst) and
Sister M. Vincent (St Joseph's Con-
vent (Canowindra). The remains
were brought to Bathusrt by the mid-
day passenger train yesterday and in-
terred in the Catholic portion of the
Bathurst Cemetery. The chief mourn-
ers were, Mr and Mrs. J. Cleary, Mr
|2015-08-05 17:30||TBb death- oconrroa at his lat0 re
sidence,!; ''Bcelebourne,' Blackheath
of Dr. Qeorfce Hurut, formerly ofTBath
nrak.whera bo.reBJafid-tpr: many 'years
and, tooft ^''proalnent' part in public
affalr«i-TTlio-.iafe'5)r? Hurst retired
frpot.-ipractlcff-ffBTeti' -years ago. Ha
waamikooni FedefationlBt an* tr^x. _
prominent* .'part 'In tha movement to
bring about the Commonwealth^ De
ceased^ was o^onof:-th6 lalo; Rev
aeorga Hdifsf, of' Burwood. At the'
Um^of his death h& was 69 years of
ago. He leaves a, widow. _ The funeral
tqojt place, at Sonth. Head. Cemetery
? '- 'JX^tTi
|The death occurrd at his late re-
sidence, ''Ecelebourne,'' Blackheath
of Dr. George Hurst, formerly of Bath-
urst, where he resided for many years
and, took a prominent part in public
affairs. The late Dr. Hurst retired
from practice seven years ago. He
was a keen Federationist and took a
prominent part in the movement to
bring about the Commonwealth. De-
ceased was a son f the late Rev.
George Hurst, of Burwood. At the
time of his death he was 69 years of
age. He leaves a widow. The funeral
took place at South Head Cemetery
|Family Notices (Family Notices), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Tuesday 5 September 1922 page Family Notices||2015-08-05 17:25||Steward and family and lio Messrs
Larkina and family aro invited to at
.tond\tho funeral of his lato boloVod
wifo and tholr ulstor to move trom
her lato residence, Durham street at
11 o'clock this morning for the Ca
tholic cemetery. Cam Reed, Under
taker, 180 Pipor Btrcet 'Phone 3G0.
? FUNERAL . , . '? '
|Steward and family and the Messrs
Larkins and family are invited to at-
tend the funeral of his late beloved
wife and their sister to move from
her late residence, Durham street at
11 o'clock this morning for the Ca-
tholic cemetery. Cam Reed, Under-
taker, 180 Piper street 'Phone 360.
|Advertising (Advertising), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Tuesday 5 September 1922 page Advertising||2015-08-05 17:24||Dear Sir and Brother.— You are res
pectively requested to b0 prosont at
the Lodge Room this morning 6/9/'22.
at 10 o'clock sharp, in onlcr to attend
the funeral.of tho wife of Brother J J;
? FRANK T. ELLIS F.S..
M. SELFE, N.O.
|Dear Sir and Brother.— You are res-
pectively requested to be present at
the Lodge Room this morning 5/9/'22.
at 10 o'clock sharp, in order to attend
the funeral of the wife of Brother J. J.
FRANK T. ELLIS F.S.
M. SELFE, N.G.
Read the merging and splitting guidelines.
These are all the articles that I can find that cover the murder of my great grandfather, in which my great grandmother was aslo charged. Unfortunately there is no evidence so far, here or in the State Archives, of what happened to Kate Callighan.
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