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Men and Women. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 7 May 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 07:33 Gwendoline May, youngest daugh
stationmaster, Peak Hill, to Joseph '
eldest' son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gil
of one of the district pioneers, in :?
in Sydney and was buried in, the
Northern Suburbs Catholic .Ceme
tery. The Glynn family were for- .
nierly residents of Bathurst, and
youngest daughter of the late Luke ,
Egan and Mrs. Egan, of ICilree,
Coonamble, and Mr. Fritz Louis Per- if
Perrottet, , of Trangie, and Mrs. Per
celebrated at a Nuptial Mass, at the
R.C. Church, Coonamble, - on Satur
day morning, 2'8th April, by the
Rev. .Father O'Farrell.
At the Presbyterian ?Church,
eventuated, owing to a recent ber- '
eavement in the family, wlion Con
stance, the second daughter of' Mr
Sidney Moore, of 'Birchencliffe,'
Mrs. Johnstone*, an old lady who
lived alone in Fitzroy Street, Dub
bo, was burned to death on Thurs
but she died .before medical assist
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Gwendoline May, youngest daugh-
stationmaster, Peak Hill, to Joseph,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gil-
of one of the district pioneers, in
in Sydney and was buried in the
Northern Suburbs Catholic Ceme-
tery. The Glynn family were for-
merly residents of Bathurst, and
youngest daughter of the late Luke
Egan and Mrs. Egan, of Kilree,
Coonamble, and Mr. Fritz Louis Per-
Perrottet, of Trangie, and Mrs. Per-
celebrated at a Nuptial Mass at the
R.C. Church, Coonamble, on Satur-
day morning, 28th April, by the
Rev. Father O'Farrell.
At the Presbyterian Church,
eventuated, owing to a recent ber-
eavement in the family, when Con-
stance, the second daughter of Mr
Sidney Moore, of 'Birchencliffe.'
Mrs. Johnstone, an old lady who
lived alone in Fitzroy Street, Dub-
bo, was burned to death on Thurs-
but she died before medical assist-
* * *
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Men and Women. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 3 May 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 07:27 has been selected from ten' appli
cants as matron of . the Gilgandra
has been selected from ten appli-
cants as matron of the Gilgandra
Men and Women. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 3 May 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 07:24 , Men and Women.
Sydney, on Monday last. *
One of the 'oldest pioneers of the
Datliurst district passed ft way on
Monday morning,. 'in the, person of
Mrs. Mary Ann ITanley,, of Lam
bert Street, death, . occurring att her
known as one of. the oldest residents
of Bathurst, and one -who had seen
esteemed: by all. , . - ?
wedding, of great interest was cele
brated' when Dorothy Alma second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs; J. D. Thom
son, of 'Inverness,' Brewon'gle, was
married to Lneut. Roy Tinsley, only
son of Mr. and Mrs. ? W. Tinsley, of
' , ! ':?* *. * ' ..
Miss Muriel Blight,- daughter of the
late Mr. E. J. Blight, 'Wijbertroy,'
Taylor Street, Dubbo, to- Mr. Doug
las Ho'mes, youngset son of Mr. and
Mrs. II. E. Holmes, 'Westholme,'
The estate of the late Thos. Cor
n:sh, of Woollahra, a retired grazier,
purposes at, the huge sum of£701,000
the bulk of which is left to his mar
ried .claughters, Edith, Ina, Francis
and Lucas. . .
The marriage of IJIiss Edith Jane
II. Rose, of Walgett, to Mr. Gordon
Walgett last week. . ,
revolver at Bedgerabong, near For
Mitchell Brown estate. The where
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Men and Women.
Sydney, on Monday last.
One of the oldest pioneers of the
Bathurst district passed away on
Monday morning, in the person of
Mrs. Mary Ann Hanley, of Lam-
bert Street, death occurring at her
known as one of the oldest residents
of Bathurst, and one who had seen
esteemed by all.
wedding, of great interest was cele-
brated when Dorothy Alma second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thom-
son, of 'Inverness,' Brewongle, was
married to Lieut. Roy Tinsley, only
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tinsley, of
* * *
Miss Muriel Blight, daughter of the
late Mr. E. J. Blight, 'Wilbertroy,'
Taylor Street, Dubbo, to Mr. Doug-
las Holmes, youngset son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Holmes, 'Westholme,'
The estate of the late Thos. Cor-
nish, of Woollahra, a retired grazier,
purposes at, the huge sum of £701,000
the bulk of which is left to his mar-
ried daughters, Edith, Ina, Francis
and Lucas.
The marriage of Miss Edith Jane
H. Rose, of Walgett, to Mr. Gordon
Walgett last week.
revolver at Bedgerabong, near For-
Mitchell Brown estate. The where-
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Men and Women (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 23 April 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 07:18 ' ? '?/' » * *
? The death of Mrs. 'Walker, wife
.of Mr. Walker, manager of the Com
mercial Bank:ng Co. of Sydney,
Cargeiligo Branch', took place under
a poisoned tooth, which was extrac
of improvement, when two day3 later
she suddenly col'apsed. The deceas
. part in all functions that tended to
advance the well being of the com
- ?Six days ago, Mr. Joe Kelly, a
well known resident of Orange, pass
. ed away suddenly, and on Tuesday
morning last, Irs wife, Marioh IvI.
ailing, for- four years, and the sud
den passing of her husband, caused
could not withstand. A little daugh
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dants. ' ' -i ?
Dul'bo, to Mr. Leo Byron, eldest son
quietly celebrated ' at Nuptial Mass
Rev. Father Dowd (cousin of tho
bride). During; the Mass, Miss Phyl
bride) sang a solo. . ..... .. . i .
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The death of Mrs. Walker, wife
of Mr. Walker, manager of the Com-
mercial Banking Co. of Sydney,
Cargelligo Branch, took place under
a poisoned tooth, which was extrac-
of improvement, when two days later
she suddenly collapsed. The deceas-
part in all functions that tended to
advance the well being of the com-
Six days ago, Mr. Joe Kelly, a
well known resident of Orange, pass-
ed away suddenly, and on Tuesday
morning last, his wife, Marion M.
ailing for four years, and the sud-
den passing of her husband caused
could not withstand. A little daugh-
* * *
dants.
Dubbo, to Mr. Leo Byron, eldest son
quietly celebrated at Nuptial Mass
Rev. Father Dowd (cousin of the
bride). During the Mass, Miss Phyl
bride) sang a solo.
* * *
Men and Women (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 23 April 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 07:13 / Meh and Women
- Large . search parties have combed
A young man named Charles Gwil
liarn was attending a dance at Billi
mari, near Cowra, when he complain
ed' of not feeling well, aiid went to
lie was dead. Gwilliam was subject
served through the whole of the war. ?
' ? , . ? *
. Mrs. James Ilaggart, wife of a
was torn out by j:he roots. She was
. M; Gilbert, of Mosman, who disap
peared from Leura over a week ago:
the: Blue Mountains without result,
the scent.;- .The. searclv has now been
? abandoned. ' .
tho Orange Hospital.
I.: ? ' v.- ? ??:;. ?:.» f « . . ' .
? Mr.. -Michael - J. Thompson, aged 60
? the, throat. Mr. Thompson was born
£li Car coar, being a son of the late
in . his very early boyhood and mar
ried at Cowra *39 years ago, his
? VA quiet but pretty wedding v/as
. Grenfell, by the Rev. Father McAl-,
. Miss. Marjorie Crolce, eldest daugh
s A very, pretty v/eddinp; ? was vsol
' ??-? daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wat
roy. ? The -contracting parties were
. t-er-,of Mr. -Daniel .Croke, -of - Grenfell, .
and Mr. A. Goodwin, 'assistant C.P.S.
^ of' Coonamble, son of Mrs. A. Good
win of 'Monaro,' Chatswood. , z
x .tijnn'ised -in St; Ignatius? - Church,
' * ? ,
Bourke, when the Rev. Father O'Con
? nor united in the bonds of matrimo- :
? ' v» ?
nfey Miss Rosenia AVats.in, :eldest
son, of Bourke, and . Mr. Michael
Mo. Auliffe, third eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. M.*'Mc.Auliffo, of Jamberoo, :
near Kiama. '' ? 1 -? .
Tlie wedding, took \place -'at'.' St.
J-oSeph's- 'Chu,Tch,' Orange, -on - Sat
urday.^ 'April .7-, at : 6.30 o'clock, of
Miss Molly O'Heron,. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.' J;- O'Heron, of Edward
street,' to^Mr. Walter Dunn, son of
V';- ?*: * ' «
' Mrs: Rauch'e, smv, an .eged and
very old- resident of the. Orange clis
? trict for many years, is an inmate of
-.Died at Ganow-indra on 1st iiist.,'
Mr. and Mrs; Joseph Thompson; With
Mr-'vUnd^MrSi-^iVrfclikel ^©unn,'' of
McNama'rrt; -street.
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» » . «?
Men and Women
Large search parties have combed
A young man named Charles Gwil-
liarn was attending a dance at Billi-
mari, near Cowra, when he complain-
ed of not feeling well, and went to
he was dead. Gwilliam was subject
served through the whole of the war.
* * *
Mrs. James Haggart, wife of a
was torn out by the roots. She was
M. Gilbert, of Mosman, who disap-
peared from Leura over a week ago.
the Blue Mountains without result,
the scent. The search has now been
abandoned.
the Orange Hospital.
* * *
Mr. Michael J. Thompson, aged 60
the throat. Mr. Thompson was born
at Carcoar, being a son of the late
in his very early boyhood and mar-
ried at Cowra 39 years ago, his
A quiet but pretty wedding was
Grenfell, by the Rev. Father McAl-
Miss Marjorie Croke, eldest daugh-
A very pretty wedding was sol-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wat-
roy. The contracting parties were
ter of Mr. Daniel Croke, of Grenfell,
and Mr. A. Goodwin, assistant C.P.S.
of Coonamble, son of Mrs. A. Good-
win of 'Monaro,' Chatswood.
emnised in St. Ignatius' Church,
* * *
Bourke, when the Rev. Father O'Con-
nor united in the bonds of matrimo-
* * *
ney Miss Rosania Watson, eldest
son, of Bourke, and Mr. Michael
McAuliffe, third eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. McAuliffe, of Jamberoo,
near Kiama.
The wedding took place at St.
Joseph's Church, Orange, on Sat-
urday, April 7, at 6.30 o'clock, of
Miss Molly O'Heron, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Heron, of Edward
street, to Mr. Walter Dunn, son of
* * *
Mrs. Rauchle, snr., an aged and
very old resident of the. Orange dis-
trict for many years, is an inmate of
Died at Canowindra on 1st inst.,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thompson. With
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dunn, of
McNamara street.
* * *
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Men and Women. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 29 March 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 07:02 The death has occurred at' Dul
widow of the late Mr. Samuel Tuck
well, both of whom were old resi
a business ? in Howick Street. De
ceased had reached- the 'advanced
age- of 91 years.
' . ? Mr. Charles McPhillamy' died
rather '? suddenly at his 'home at Gor
of the Bathurst district, arid the sec
ond son of the late Mr. John Mc
Phillamy, of -Mount Tamar. 'In
Commercial 'Bank, and later engaged
? * ?
The death has occurred at Dul-
widow of the late Mr. Samuel Tuck-
well, both of whom were old resi-
a business in Howick Street. De-
ceased had reached the advanced
age of 91 years.
Mr. Charles McPhillamy died
rather suddenly at his home at Gor-
of the Bathurst district, and the sec-
ond son of the late Mr. John Mc-
Phillamy, of Mount Tamar. In
Commercial Bank, and later engaged
* * *
Men and Women. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 29 March 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 07:01 Ella Brodie,. of Bathurst, caused a
was a popular member of the Bath
1928, at Condobolin, ? of Matilda
and Thomas Waite, of Kookaburra
The eng-agement is announced of
and : Mrs. T .M. Smith, Percy-street,
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bryant, Sta
stofte.
death cari'ied on the occupation of
The engagement is announced, of
Som'elet Park, Trangie, to Darval
Isley ' Edwards, of -.Cow Plain;. Gil
. The engagement is announced of
II. Ingersole, of Kelso.
.. ' ? ' ? ? .wl... .
A wedding was , sblerrinised ; .at '.the'
Presbytery, ..Orange,' on Saturday;
1 7th instant, the' contracting par
of Byng Street,, Orange, , and Mr.
The death of Mr. ? Absalom Gart
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m »?.
t » «
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Tuesday morning rather unexpected
ly. He went to his place of busi
been found by a policeman wh - had
signwriter for many yeai's. He then
Whalan and conducted it success
closed the business tmd took over
tho management of the old 'Bath-
left Bathurst,: and went to live, at
Coogee. ' . . ,
Ella Brodie, of Bathurst, caused a
was a popular member of the Bath-
1928, at Condobolin, of Matilda
and Thomas Waite, of Kookaburra-
The engagement is announced of
and Mrs. T. M. Smith, Percy-street,
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bryant, Sta-
stone.
death carried on the occupation of
The engagement is announced of
Somelet Park, Trangie, to Darval
Isley Edwards, of Cow Plain, Gil-
The engagement is announced of
H. Ingersole, of Kelso.
* * *
A wedding was solemnised at the
Presbytery, Orange, on Saturday,
1 7th instant, the contracting par-
of Byng Street, Orange, and Mr.
The death of Mr. Absalom Gart-
* * *
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Tuesday morning rather unexpected-
ly. He went to his place of busi-
been found by a policeman who had
signwriter for many years. He then
Whalan and conducted it success-
closed the business and took over
the management of the old 'Bath-
left Bathurst, and went to live at
Coogee.
Men and Women (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 22 March 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 06:54 years' of age. When 18 years of
age 'he travelled from Mucfgee to
Coonamble with a droVer named
Readford (one of the Warren pion
eers) . They gathered a mob of cattle
the Lower Macquarie, eventually set
tinir out with' them from Nevertire
' ? : ? ' ?' . ? ? ?'
evening ?' last, when Beulah,' only
daughter of the Mayor of Bathurst '
(Aid. J. A Hitchcock), and Mrs.
fully choral. ? '
40, left £5,053,00.0: He is the. sixth
member of a family to leave an es
for the ensuing year., - ? ? ?
Le'vett Owers, aged; 76, who resid
District .Hospital last Friday after
two days. The deceased was a nat
daughters. :
? » ?
? ? ' ? ?.. ? ? '
years of age. When 18 years of
age he travelled from Mudgee to
Coonamble with a drover named
Readford (one of the Warren pion-
eers). They gathered a mob of cattle
the Lower Macquarie, eventually set-
ting out with them from Nevertire
* * *
evening last, when Beulah, only
daughter of the Mayor of Bathurst
(Ald. J. A Hitchcock), and Mrs.
fully choral.
40, left £5,053,000. He is the sixth
member of a family to leave an es-
for the ensuing year.
Levett Owers, aged 76, who resid-
District Hospital last Friday after
two days. The deceased was a nat-
daughters.
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Men and Women (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 15 March 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 06:48 and Mrs. James Singer,, of- Toora
weenah, succeeded in obtaining ? a
bursary at the recent State examina
tions. She was a pupil . of the
?Tooraweenah Public School . .
aged 92, a -widower, leaving an es
£25,057. There were ? various be
quests to local charities, and .the
the benefit of his children and grand
of the , late Mrs. Margaret Hade, at
was the relict of the late Mr. Christ
opher .Hade who was well known loc
ally, and resided in that district sorrie
years ago. Deceased -had been ih
failing health for 'solne months.
Margaret Hazelwood, a -pupil of
for the recent Intermediate Certifi
has been awarded in this subject..
This candidate's results in the In
termediate Examination now ? are :
O, Chemistry A, and Physics A. . ?
* *
? ? ? V
.? ? ' ?
and Mrs. James Singer, of Toora
weenah, succeeded in obtaining a
bursary at the recent State examina-
tions. She was a pupil of the
Tooraweenah Public School
aged 92, a widower, leaving an es-
£25,057. There were various be-
quests to local charities, and the
the benefit of his children and grand-
of the late Mrs. Margaret Hade, at
was the relict of the late Mr. Christ-
opher Hade who was well known loc-
ally, and resided in that district some
years ago. Deceased had been in
failing health for some months.
Margaret Hazelwood, a pupil of
for the recent Intermediate Certifi-
has been awarded in this subject.
This candidate's results in the In-
termediate Examination now are :
O, Chemistry A, and Physics A.
* * *
* * *
* * *
Men and Women (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 15 March 1928 page Article 2014-08-23 06:44 ' The '' death' occurred at her resi
JVIen and Women
dence, Coonamble West, last week, ;
of Mrs. Watkins, senr., wife of Mr.:
o'clock partook of some supper|
aid was summoned. Later she lap
sed into unconsciousness, and des
pite the best of medical . attention
. Mrs. Gregory,' wife of Mr. A. E.
Gregory, photographer, of George« ,?
street, ? .Bathurst, who died last
Thursday, was one of the best known .
identities in Bathurst. Born aV'
Sofala 61 years ago— ^the daughter,
the district practically the whole of J
her life. J
Sydney Hodgson, merchant, of Ka- .
toomba, who died on January 6, aged '
his estate to his widow, Lillian Ten
elba Amelia Hodgson, whom he 1
-jeorge Mackey, of Orange, was. mar
ried to Mr. Frank Wells, of Queens
Mrs. M. E. Whiteley, of .Brisbane
street, Dubbo, and grandson of -the
was only 21 years old on' -January
25th, and ? satr- for the examination
. A quiet wedding was solemnised
Dubbo,' on Saturday last, the. con
tracting parties being Stella, young
? . ? ? ' ? i
.? ?
? ? ?
The death occurred at her resi-
Men and Women
dence, Coonamble West, last week,
of Mrs. Watkins, senr., wife of Mr.
o'clock partook of some supper.
aid was summoned. Later she lap-
sed into unconsciousness, and des-
pite the best of medical attention
Mrs. Gregory, wife of Mr. A. E.
Gregory, photographer, of George-
street, Bathurst, who died last
Thursday, was one of the best known
identities in Bathurst. Born at
Sofala 61 years ago— the daughter
the district practically the whole of
her life.
Sydney Hodgson, merchant, of Ka-
toomba, who died on January 6, aged
his estate to his widow, Lillian Ten-
elba Amelia Hodgson, whom he
George Mackey, of Orange, was mar-
ried to Mr. Frank Wells, of Queens-
Mrs. M. E. Whiteley, of Brisbane
street, Dubbo, and grandson of the
was only 21 years old on January
25th, and sat for the examination
A quiet wedding was solemnised
Dubbo, on Saturday last, the con-
tracting parties being Stella, young-
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