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|BREVITIES. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Tuesday 28 September 1897 page Article||2013-05-25 22:35||Lancers volunteer fo* Ifiaia.
(SeMnaa Nfavy to be reconstructed. ' ' ? ''
Tribesmen in the Upper Swat Valley have Biib
mitted. , ' - . v
Thirty-flve thousand Dervishes at Omdurman
A detachment of the £rst Australian Horse has
been farmed at Cootamundra. ?
The Gosfora wild flower show will be opened J)y
Another Australian Victory — Towns, of Newcas
Shearing was started at CassHis Station on Sat
urday with .a full board. About 27,000 sheep are
Weepoo, near Hillston, died suddenly on Mon
suicide at Mossgiel recently, is in a dying con
dition at the HiUston Hospital.
|Lancers volunteer for India.
German Navy to be reconstructed.
Tribesmen in the Upper Swat Valley have sub-
Thirty-five thousand Dervishes at Omdurman
A detachment of the first Australian Horse has
been formed at Cootamundra.
The Gosford wild flower show will be opened by
Another Australian Victory — Towns, of Newcas-
Shearing was started at Cassilis Station on Sat-
urday with a full board. About 27,000 sheep are
Weepoo, near Hillston, died suddenly on Mon-
suicide at Mossgiel recently, is in a dying con-
dition at the Hillston Hospital.
|A MINER'S SUICIDE. DOMESTIC WORRY THE CAUSE. Melbourne, February 2. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 3 February 1908 page Article||2013-05-24 12:19||he returned home, he founed that his
||he returned home, he found that his
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Tuesday 21 March 1950 page Family Notices||2013-05-23 22:06||Fenwiek, G. W. Perks, J.C.
Giraedo, G. O. Ralph, W.
MeConkey., C. J.
CINNEIY: In loving memory of
March 15, at Wralkatchem Hos
-eital George Wilitam Fen~tick. be
*oved husband of Mary Jane Fen
wick. loving father of Lesl.e. Bert,
Dorothly . and Clarrie; ?ed 78
|Fenwick, G. W. Perks, J.C.
Giraudo, G. O. Ralph, W.
McConkey., C. J.
CHINNERY: In loving memory of
March 15, at Wyalkatchem Hos-
pital, George William Fenwick, be-
loved husband of Mary Jane Fenwick,
loving father of Leslie, Bert,
Dorothy, and Clarrie; aged 78
|Postures Protection Board Monthly Meeting of Directors (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Monday 27 August 1951 page Article||2013-05-23 13:13||ority, advising that Mr. Sanders, EaD
bit Inspector employed by the Boar. I,
|ority, advising that Mr. Sanders, Rabbit
Inspector employed by the Boar. I,
|Charge of Stealing Railway Property Dismissed (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Monday 8 June 1953 page Article||2013-05-23 13:10||The charge was amended lo 'ead
||The charge was amended to read
|THREE MOTOR DRIVERS LODGE APPEALS (Article), Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953), Thursday 30 October 1952 page Article||2013-05-23 13:07||Two Griflith men and u man from
Mcrrylands have lodged appeals
against sentences imposed un them at
the last sitting of Grffltli police
' They are John William Eade. and
and Edwin James Morgan, of Merry
Eade was lined £15 on a charge oB
attempting to set a lorry in motion iu
Bamra Avenue whilst under tbe in
1 Lockwood was fined £21! for driviu~
a utility jn lianna Avcuue on i'lth
August, while under (he influence of
liquor. On a charge of negligent driv
Jug: he was fined L5.
on 2,1b September while under the
influence of lii/uor. and Sir, Tor negli
gent driving. — ('Area News,' Grif
|Two Griffith men and a man from
Merrylands have lodged appeals
against sentences imposed on them at
the last sitting of Griffith police
They are John William Eade, and
and Edwin James Morgan, of Merry-
Eade was fined £15 on a charge of
attempting to set a lorry in motion in
Banna Avenue whilst under the in-
Lockwood was fined £20 for driving
a utility in Banna Avenue on 30th
August, while under the influence of
liquor. On a charge of negligent driv-
ing he was fined £5.
on 27th September while under the
influence of liquor, and £5 for negli-
gent driving. — ("Area News," Griffith).
|CASUALTIES. MAN DROWNED. ADELAIDE, Monday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 16 February 1932 page Article||2013-05-22 23:25||Catherine Tieosure 54 of Georgetown In
juied Ma\ Is Treasure fractured arm and head
injuries Irene Treasuie severe bruises and
shock Both girls are daughters of Mrs Trca
sine The car was driven by Mr Andrew
Treasure farmer oi Georgetown who was mi-
|Catherine Treasure, 54, of Georgetown. In-
jured: Mavis Treasure, fractured arm and head
injuries; Irene Treasure, severe bruises and
shock. Both girls are daughters of Mrs Treasure.
The car was driven by Mr. Andrew
Treasure, farmer, of Georgetown, who was un-
|CASUALTIES. MAN DROWNED. ADELAIDE, Monday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 16 February 1932 page Article||2013-05-22 23:20||Valne Arthur Borwick 24 was found shot
May Thomas 14 of Mandemar-avenue
Ing for work and on their way back to Albury
the railway line The driver of a special
Franks with his skull smashed and his mate
Albury for burial
MAN FOUND DEAD
GIRL S FALL FROM TRAIN
MOTOR CYCLISTS INJURED
rails and was struck by the oil-box of a pas-
MAN FATALLY INJURED
Wilfred Franks 21 was killed on the rail-
way line near Junee on Saturday
With Ronald John Rice Franks had been look
where both resided they decided to sleep near
was lying near the '.ails Police found
lying close by sound asleep Rice and the
sing goods train The body was taken to
TWO WOMEN INJURED _
|Vaine Arthur Borwick, 24, was found shot
May Thomas, 14, of Mandemar-avenue,
ing for work and on their way back to Albury,
the railway line. The driver of a special
Franks with his skull smashed, and his mate
Albury for burial.
MAN FOUND DEAD.
GIRL S FALL FROM TRAIN.
MOTOR CYCLISTS INJURED.
rails, and was struck by the oil-box of a pas-
MAN FATALLY INJURED.
Wilfred Franks, 21, was killed on the rail-
way line near Junee on Saturday.
With Ronald John Rice, Franks had been look-
where both resided, they decided to sleep near
was lying near the rails. Police found
lying close by, sound asleep. Rice and the
sing goods train. The body was taken to
TWO WOMEN INJURED .
|KILLED BY TRAIN ALBURY RESIDENT THE VICTIM SLEEPING ALONGSIDE LINE (Article), Wodonga and Towong Sentinel (Vic. : 1885 - 1954), Friday 19 February 1932 page Article||2013-05-22 23:14||Junco on Saturday evening.
He was sleeping alongside the rail.
Franks, who was i son of Mr. WilI
liam Franks, contractor, Buckingham
car with Rice several wooks ago in
The police believe that Franks sud
the fact that anything untoward baa
occurred. liH had heard no trains
his case was regarded as hopeless an'.
|Junee on Saturday evening.
He was sleeping alongside the rail-
Franks, who was a son of Mr. William
Franks, contractor, Buckingham-
car with Rice several weeks ago in
The police believe that Franks sud-
the fact that anything untoward had
occurred. He had heard no trains
his case was regarded as hopeless and
|FATALLY INJURED BY TRAIN. Companion Sleeping Near By. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 15 February 1932 page Article||2013-05-22 23:09||JUNEE (NSW). Sunday - Wilfred
on the line. Ihe police found Franks
|JUNEE (N.S.W.). Sunday.- Wilfred
on the line. The police found Franks
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John and Margaret and their parents George Brown (1807-1854) and Barbara Gray (1810-1894) emigrated from Scotland to Sydney, New South Wales on the "Lady Kennaway" on 12 August 1838. They settled in the Singleton area.
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