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|Gunning MR AND MRS. WILSON (Article), Delegate Argus (NSW : 1906 - 1943), Thursday 3 May 1934 [Issue No.1988] page 2||2017-04-25 22:06||(liliiniiiHtf
There was a large and repres
entative attendance at the Gunn
afternoon- to farewell Mr. I. M.
of the Commercial Bank forjhe
At a meeting of the show soci
ety, of which he was hon. treas
with a life-membership gold med
al, the. presentation being -made
by the president, Mr. M. J.Heffer
nan. Others who spoke !very
to- ihe society were: Messrs. G.
E. Ardill, -M.L.A., T. D. Roche,
J. R. Meclwny, J. L.. Sands and
G. Rorirom ? , ? ' 'c ,'
,At the public function-, Mr. J.
' R.'Medway, president of the Gunn
, Wilson a wallet of notes;- Mr. F
Morgan spoke nn behalf of the
R.S.S.I.L., -Gunning branch ; T,
D. Roche, the Swimming' Club;
and Crs. S. T. Starr' arid G. 'E.
Ardill, Ihe council and citizens.
The speakers .paid 'high .trib
utes, to Mr. Wilson, who suitably
responded. lr ' - , . «--s
A welcome was1 extended to
Mr. A. Shaw, formerly of Gund
,- agin and successor.lo Mr.- Wilson.
', Mr. Shaw, who' is a1 son of, the
Rev.-' A. R. Shaw, at one time
[ rector of St. Edmund's Church,
' Gunning, suitably responded,
'At a meeting of (beGumiing
branch of l he1 Red Cross Society,
a handsome crystal-rose bowl, as
a token of appreciation of-; her
services.as president of the Gunn
ing br.ncli, on whose behalf Mrs.
C. Lan,g made ithe piesentatioiv
Miss A. Medwny h .'nd'ed Mis.
At a public meetiiiK' of ladies
nn Monday afternoon, Mrs. Wilson
was the recipient of a pretty .'aft-
ernoon ten set.
— Goiilbimi Evening Penny Post,
There was a large and repres-
entative attendance at the Gunn-
afternoon to farewell Mr. I. M.
of the Commercial Bank for the
At a meeting of the show soci-
ety, of which he was hon. treas-
with a life-membership gold med-
al, the presentation being made
by the president, Mr. M. J.Heffer-
nan. Others who spoke very
to the society were: Messrs. G.
E. Ardill, M.L.A., T. D. Roche,
J. R. Medway, J. L.. Sands and
At the public function, Mr. J.
R. Medway, president of the Gunn-
Wilson a wallet of notes. Mr. F
Morgan spoke on behalf of the
R.S.S.I.L., Gunning branch ; T.
D. Roche, the Swimming Club;
and Crs. S. T. Starr arid G. E.
Ardill, the council and citizens.
The speakers paid high trib-
utes to Mr. Wilson, who suitably
A welcome was extended to
Mr. A. Shaw, formerly of Gund-
agai and successor to Mr. Wilson.
Mr. Shaw, who is a son of the
Rev. A. R. Shaw, at one time
rector of St. Edmund's Church,
Gunning, suitably responded.
At a meeting of the Gunning
branch of the Red Cross Society,
a handsome crystal rose bowl, as
a token of appreciation of her
services as president of the Gunn-
ing branch, on whose behalf Mrs.
C. Lang made the presentation.
Miss A. Medway handed Mrs.
At a public meeting of ladies
on Monday afternoon, Mrs. Wilson
was the recipient of a pretty aft-
ernoon tea set.
— Goulburn Evening Penny Post,
|Ex-Servicemen's Club For Gunning (Article), Crookwell Gazette (NSW : 1885 - 1954), Wednesday 6 November 1946 page 6||2017-04-25 21:00||Club For i-i
Gunning Sub- branch of the a
turned Soldiers' League will tal«
over the' Gunning Literary Institute
billiard room, which will he conducts
THIS was agreed at the last meetlu
of -the Branch, when the Preside:
(Mr. Sheridan) said that he was coj
v liiucu, in view ui uie iiibicdQe iii jueagj
membership, -that something must 1
done to provide a meeting place i(
members. 1 1
-Messrs. R! J. Donoghue, A. G. Wei
and Geoff Walker - wei-e constituu
Club. membership fee was fixed at 5
.per annum and the club secretary is M
Keith Thompson., " ,i '
It, was further resolved at tl
meeting . to organise a day s . sports i
be .held on the Gunning sno\yground (
. , Members of the newly-formed Ladle
Auxiliary of. the League will be invite
to co-operate in the organising and coi
.Northcote, is ..to. be, .invited, to visit -.Qui
ning and. perform the official openir
„",;A' proposal to' form a R.S.L. crick
club was deferred for consideration i
a later date; it being, contended th:
members would1 have quite ! enough i
their hands organising . the sports. -
Gunning Sub- branch of the Re-
turned Soldiers' League will take
over the Gunning Literary Institute
billiard room, which will hbe conducted
THIS was agreed at the last meeting
of the Branch, when the President
(Mr. Sheridan) said that he was con-
vinced, in view of the increase in League
membership, that something must be
done to provide a meeting place for
Messrs. R. J. Donoghue, A. G. Wells
and Geoff Walker were constituted [as]
Club membership fee was fixed at 5/-
per annum and the club secretary is Mr
It was further resolved at the
meeting to organise a days sports to
be held on the Gunning showground on
Members of the newly-formed Ladies
Auxiliary of the League will be invited
to co-operate in the organising and con-
The State Governor, Lieut.-General
Northcote, is to be invited to visit Gun-
ning and perform the official opening
A proposal to form a R.S.L. cricket
club was deferred for consideration at
a later date, it being contended that
members would have quite enough on
their hands organising the sports.
|HORACE LINDRUM Visit to Gunning (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Wednesday 20 September 1933 page 1||2017-04-25 20:42||The young. champion is rather de
jected about it. "I might not get it
challenge for years.., ': only wish,
"1 nllglft hold it. for 20 years," he
added, not at all content .with the
prospect. Uneasy :lies the head that
weairs the snooker' crown..
He was asked If. lie Intended to
speclallse in snooker. "W\Vhat is the
use," he retorted. "But I anm going
abroad in March, and hope to iheet
When asked -If he- really enjoyed
Lindrusl responded, "I enjoy the
game. Sonmetimes it is hard work,"
lie reflected, "'-it was when I met
"I have never 'had, a smoke nor a
,ilrJnk,,.hcliil Aehap,;te.Isthai ureason.
why -my' nerves ? are good--I don't
stiffer from niervousness-and 1I am
always. in formh.",'
.Full of verve; this- likeable young
His -keen discernment as he looks
askatice at an opponent; lhis patent
interest :as the opponent .makes his
nitial .visit to the table; his coolness
ind shrewd calculating Indicates that
this astute, youngster can be rolled
on to. pint ip -some- fine fights, even
against- the old .masters.'- ,
:Lindrulm is not always all out; Some
times his-- sensoe of humour prevails
and.he.relaxes. His-delicacy of touch
In--the topr:of the. table play makes
kind of.. ease which conceals- true
artldtry,;-. ' . "".
M "Mr. lndrum .regards Mr. -Salnsbury,
of' Yass, and 'Mr. McCrohon, of Kurrl,
as:the best players -he has met on his
country, tours. " "'They are :both -two
hliindred break men," he remarked.
|The young champion is rather de-
jected about it. "I might not get a
challenge for years. I only wish
"I might hold it. for 20 years," he
added, not at all content with the
prospect. Uneasy lies the head that
wears the snooker crown..
He was asked if he intended to
specialise in snooker. "What is the
use," he retorted. "But I am going
abroad in March, and hope to meet
When asked if he really enjoyed
Lindrum responded, "I enjoy the
game. Sometimes it is hard work,"
he reflected, "'it was when I met
"I have never had a smoke nor a
drink, which perhaps is the reason
why my nerves are good -- I don't
suffer from nervousness - and I am
always in form."
Full of verve, this likeable young
His keen discernment as he looks
askance at an opponent; his patent
interest as the opponent makes his
initial visit to the table; his coolness
and shrewd calculating indicates that
this astute youngster can be relied
on to put up some fine fights, even
against the old masters.
Lindrum is not always all out. Some
times his sense of humour prevails
and he relaxes. His delicacy of touch
in the top of the table play makes
kind of ease which conceals true
Mr. Lindrum regards Mr. Salnsbury,
of' Yass, and Mr. McCrohon, of Kurri,
as the best players he has met on his
country tours. "They are both two-
hundred break men," he remarked.
|HORACE LINDRUM Visit to Gunning (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Wednesday 20 September 1933 page 1||2017-04-24 23:02||later scored 106 r and 77 unfinished.
||later scored 106 and 77 unfinished.
|HORACE LINDRUM Visit to Gunning (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Wednesday 20 September 1933 page 1||2017-04-24 22:51||Visit.: to Gunning
Guinniing: Owin tothe enter
SPrie of. the. Gunning Literary In-..
stitite Committee, Horace' Lin
druin, world';. 'champion osnooker
.player, gave an -exhibition on tlie,
'institute's: table, on: Wednesday
The ' celebrated cuelst;gave a very
impressive exhibition, and it is ex
will improveas a -result.: After beine
formally 'Introdicedib. by Dr. WV. M.
Barbour,: presidlent 'or the : institute,
Llildrum engaiiged Mi Mr . Lawton .in'
a game of billiards. :
. Lindrum .soon. accustomed -himself
to the ran of. the 'table and compiled
a break of 318,: the last hundred being
Itkhocked- .nup in"-four minutes. lHe
later scored .106 r and 77 .unfinished.
Mr. Lawton got soime difficult can
lnons, and made breaks of; 37 abil.22.
'M'r.- Lindrtm halSo i played .?booker
imatches with Messri. .; B. WVborden,
'I' Taylor;. ,I Power aiid 'A. Maher.
Hisihbe.t breaks were 42, 35, 32.and 31..
At. the conciusion. of the, matches,
Lindrunl's trick: shots amazedl the
T his .remarkable cnoelst, wiho only
recen~tly attained the age of 21 years,
made` lhis first thousandi break at 18,
scori 1324. lie lholdWil the woi'ld's
record for snooker with a hibreal of
39,: potting every bhall-a feat he has
performled on three occasions.
SiHe has made-eight breaks of over
o000 at billiards;' and"eight breaks of
iver 100 at snooker.
IHee fninds, t very' difficuilt to retain
his snooker form, as he has..not had
a mtatch siice winning' the wbrld's
champlonship liin November,- 1931.
|Visit to Gunning
Gunning: Owing to the enter-
prise of the Gunning Literary In-
stitute Committee, Horace Lin-
drum, world's champion snooker
player, gave an exhibition on the
institute's table on Wednesday
The celebrated cueist gave a very
impressive exhibition, and it is ex-
will improve as a result. After being
formally introduced by Dr. W. M.
Barbour, president of the institute,
Lindrum engaged Mr M. Lawton in
a game of billiards.
Lindrum soon accustomed himself
to the run of the table and compiled
a break of 318, the last hundred being
knocked up in four minutes. He
later scored 106 r and 77 unfinished.
Mr. Lawton got some difficult can-
nons, and made breaks of 37 and 22.
Mr. Lindrum also played snooker
matches with Messrs. E. B. Worden,
T. Taylor, J. Power and A. Maher.
His best breaks were 42, 35, 32 and 31.
At the conclusion of the matches,
Lindrum's trick shots amazed the
This remarkable cueist, who only
recently attained the age of 21 years,
made his first thousand break at 18,
scoring 1324. He holds the world's
record for snooker with a break of
139, potting every ball - a feat he has
performed on three occasions.
He has made-eight breaks of over
1000 at billiards, and eight breaks of
over 100 at snooker.
He finds, it very difficult to retain
his snooker form, as he has not had
a match since winning the world's
championship in November, 1931.
|EX-SERVICEMEN'S CLUB FOE GUNNING. (Article), The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal (NSW : 1888 - 1954), Friday 22 November 1946 page 2||2017-04-24 22:11||Gunning Sub-branch of the Retur
Gunning Literary 'Institute billiard
This was agreed to at the last mee
ting of the Branch, when the Presi
convinced, in view of the increase In
League membership, thp.t something
5/- per annum. It was further Resol
day's sports to be held on the Gun
Members of the newly-formed Lad
invited to co-operate In the organising
: The State Governor, Lieut.-General
Northcote, is to be Invited to visit Gun
an hour earlier, it was fully 15 min
was a huge heap or correspondence.
|Gunning Sub-branch of the Retur-
Gunning Literary Institute billiard
This was agreed to at the last mee-
ting of the Branch, when the Presi-
convinced, in view of the increase in
League membership, that something
5/- per annum. It was further resol-
day's sports to be held on the Gun-
Members of the newly-formed Lad-
invited to co-operate in the organising
The State Governor, Lieut.-General
Northcote, is to be invited to visit Gun-
an hour earlier, it was fully 15 min-
was a huge heap of correspondence.
|GUNNING (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Tuesday 22 January 1924 page 4||2017-04-24 21:49||(From Our Correapondent.)
members of the ouftoil Literary In
stitute on ?Pr?day night plans anl
speltcifications as prepared by Mesara.
Manfred and Son, archlitect,, Goulburn,
were considered, and it was; decided to
call tenders for the work. The holn.
treasurer reported th.at the total re
|(From Our Correspondent.)
members of the Gunning Literary In-
stitute on Friday night plans and
specifications as prepared by Messrs.
Manfred and Son, architect, Goulburn,
were considered, and it was decided to
call tenders for the work. The hon.
treasurer reported that the total re-
|LITERARY INSTITUTE Rebuilding at Gunning (Article), Southern Morning Herald (Goulburn, NSW : 1920 - 1923), Monday 1 October 1923 [Issue No.230] page 2||2017-04-24 21:39||A. moellut; of; tlio members of .tlio
UnniiliiK Ijltui'Hvy -liiBtltuto 011 Friday
night, when It was .reported that the
sump iniHtoos IkkI uppolntod'for
both I liu In ml mid tlio funds belonging
to thu IIIHIHuK', viz., MPRHI'H 1'. It,
Foril, II. Il. Wilts, (!> II. K, Clrovuj
nor, tj. 'I'. Watson and W,'D, Ilyrio"
|A meeting of the members of the
Gunning Literary Institute on Friday
night, when it was reported that the
same trustees had been appointed for
both the land and the funds belonging
to the Institute, viz., Messrs P. R.
Ford, H. H. Wilts, C. H. F. Grove-
nor, L. T. Watson and W. D. Ryrie.
|GUNNING LITERARY INSTITUTE Official Opening (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Tuesday 21 July 1925 page 1||2017-04-24 21:17||'T'he official opening .of' tih. Gluii
llng.. Centenary- Literary," Iiistitutc
took place on l I'ridy ial tetniooii i;n tlh
irS"Sicce ol'.?. lhrkge nulmbero' local
r:sidents :Owihng to- i'ti souing' inl
dlu'ring the mornig a l;lge nuomlib~r af
country :vi?iors. w'ere p i.e:even?ted,
Irom attendin~g.-:- o -. psi,:en-t.;.S
|The official opening of the Gun-
ning Centenary Literary Institute
took place on Friday afternoon in the
presence of a large number of local
residents. Owing to rain setting in
during the morning a large number of
country visitors were prevented
|GUNNING. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Tuesday 31 December 1889 page 4||2017-04-24 20:52||OUNNI/NG.
(_?.Po our Corisfond?en.)
Clut8urans of 1889 has come andl goaon, and with·
it maony ond and pLetsnrt memocies. Tho usunl
ehurolh orvicee were hbld in the sonerol planes of
worship, a murhod featu:c in thenos urvioca buing
a united choir,' consistig of the OhlrehCh or
Eongland nid Wooloyan ohorit~rp; on tho
odeasion of seorvioo ill ho first-named placo of
,oorship on Chiristmas night. The offeon was
good, nld must ouomnond itself to' all
right-thinkinog poople. The idena is 0n oxcellent
oo ond hoelps to b:rak ilo'n aill narrow
mindedno.s and bigotry, oLich in small
oommunitihs, at tuy rote, ohouldl not be
oncouraged to exist.
Boxing Da)y iaoted oy without any attempt
at feetivitics of any hind. Thoeo wishing to
enjoy themsoelvcs eought pleosant pantimet with
the book besido; tho purling stream or pienined
beneath the forest shade or droeamed of love't
young dream. The' sigh' of "Christmas
blessings ou you fall" ends in the wish for
"now year's good to all."
Guetnoe O.t.-The general annual meeting
of membors of the above took place on tMonday,
23rd December, at Best's Tempernooo Hotel.
About a dozecn gentllemen were present, and
eunthusioEm. Ir. J. T. Jenkins wos voted to
the chair. Hr. rW. P. 2Iorphy, the energetic
secretary of. the club, retd the minutes of the
last onnouali meeting, which were pessed for
confirmation. Correeeondouco, inelndifig a
letter from Hr. J. HI. Home, Collingwood,
'enulosigl £1 Ia as a donation to the club, and a
letter from tir. H. Collier, opnlogising for his
'ibtence, and stating his willingness to girove
10 .Gd.eor. the pur?haeo of a trophy to be
disposed. .s the committee might deem boat, was
road. The correopondenco was received and a
(From our Correspondent.)
Christmas of 1889 has come and gone, and with
it many sad and pleasant memocies. The usual
church services were held in the several places of
worship, a marked feature in these services being
a united choir, consisting of the Church of
England and Wesleyan choristers, on the
occasion of service in the first-named place of
worship on Chiristmas night. The effect was
good, and must commend itself to all
right-thinking people. The idea is an excellent
one and helps to break down all narrow-
mindedness and bigotry, which in small
communities, at any rate, should not be
encouraged to exist.
Boxing Day passed by without any attempt
at festivities of any kind. Those wishing to
enjoy themselves sought pleasant pastime with
the hook beside the purling stream or picniced
beneath the forest shade or dreamed of love's
young dream. The sigh of "Christmas
blessings on you fall" ends in the wish for
"new year's good to all."
GUNNING C.C.-The general annual meeting
of members of the above took place on Monday,
23rd December, at Best's Temperance Hotel.
About a dozen gentlemen were present, and
enthusiasm. Mr. J. T. Jenkins was voted to
the chair. Mr. W. P. Morphy, the energetic
secretary of the club, read the minutes of the
last annual meeting, which were passed for
confirmation. Correspondence, including a
letter from Hr. J. H. Hume, Collingwood,
enclosing £1 1s as a donation to the club, and a
letter from Mr. H. Collier, apologising for his
absence, and stating his willingness to give
10s 6d for the purchase of a trophy to be
disposed as the committee might deem best, was
read. The correopondenco was received and a
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