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War Notes. PRIVATE CLIFFORD THURLOW RETURNS HOME. (Article), The Scone Advocate (NSW : 1887 - 1954), Friday 3 November 1916 page Article 2014-10-21 23:46 R. H!. Kilpatrick, who died of wounds ....
in France on 31st July. .The de
J. - Kilpatrick, teacher of the Public
School, Parkville, and of Mrs. ? Kil
patrick, oC Newcastle. A younger,
and only brother, was, on his way to
Private 'Joe' Warden, well-known
friends in Scone, ami his many young
associates have renewed his acquaint
and so far has not completely re
is. in the highest. spirits, and in due
was wounded, the accidental omis
sion of a line made a sentence read .
read: ''It was in this fight that
Cleve Cone was .wounded.' The
letter goes on to say: 'A prisoner,
happened,' etc., etc. We' regret the
bungle. '
R. H. Kilpatrick, who died of wounds
in France on 31st July. The de-
J. Kilpatrick, teacher of the Public
School, Parkville, and of Mrs. Kil-
patrick, of Newcastle. A younger,
and only brother, was on his way to
Private "Joe" Warden, well-known
friends in Scone, and his many young
associates have renewed his acquaint-
and so far has not completely re-
is in the highest spirits, and in due
was wounded, the accidental omis-
sion of a line made a sentence read
read: "It was in this fight that
Cleve Cone was wounded." The
letter goes on to say: "A prisoner,
happened," etc., etc. We regret the
bungle.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-21 02:12 Messrs Cameron and O'Malloy (las ) made a
personal explanation Hie former denied that he had
been elected on the surplus x otes of tho latter Mr
O'MTalley reaflirmcd tho statement, and going farther
in nil attack on Mr Cameron M as calkd to order a
couple of tunes hy tho Speakei The lu o incmbors
subsided with mutual throats lo fight out the quarrel
at the next election
In Comnuttco of Wuvs and Means division 1
sugar-was postponed until after cnnsideiation of
illusion 0, und Sir Vf M'MilIan stiongly pioteslcd
aganiBt tho duty on cattle, sheep, pigs, and poultry
It xi ould not bo piotecbi o, und tho nnnutil reveuuo
anticipated xvas only £9o0 In those circumstances
ho asked Mr Kingston if it u as îeally worth
whilo keeping on tho list a duty wluch could only
causo irritation and anno) unco at first The Munster
waa obdurate, but membci after member got up to
opposa tho duty, and xvhen finally Mr M'Lenn
(Vic), a strong protectionist and originator of the
stick tax in Viotonn, added his protest, Mr King-
ston gave xvay These products were added to tho
free list TI c next item-onoivroot-was respon-
sible for a couple of divisions Sir W M'MilIan
moved tho abolition of tho duty Nearly nil Queons
li nil members begged for its retention The divi-
27 votes to 22 Mi Poynton (SA) then moved for
a reduction of ii half penny Two or tlireo
protectionists crossed tho floor, hut tho Gtoi eminent
managed to rotuli tho duty by one voto
Sir Vf M'Millnn asked tho Government to make a
reasonable compromiso in tho duty on bacon and
hams, xvluch stood at 3d per lb Ho pointed out
that 2d was a fair thing, and meant protection lo Iho
extent of about 33 per cent Mr, Kingston declined
to give wa), and fair W M'MilIan moved that tho
duty ho 2d por lb This was defeated hy 30 \otes ti
2«! and progress was re¡ orted JTlio Houso adjourned
at 4 10 p m
Messrs. Cameron and O'Malley (Tas.) made a
personal explanation. The former denied that he had
been elected on the surplus votes of the latter. Mr.
O'Malley reaffirmed the statement, and going farther
in an attack on Mr. Cameron was called to order a
couple of times by the Speaker. The two members
subsided with mutual threats to fight out the quarrel
at the next election.
In Committee of Ways and Means division 3—
sugar—was postponed until after consideration of
division 6, and Sir. W. McMillan strongly protested
against the duty on cattle, sheep, pigs, and poultry.
It would not be protective, and the annual revenue
anticipated was only £950. In these circumstances
he asked Mr. Kingston if it was really worth
while keeping on the list a duty which could only
cause irritation and annoyance at first. The Minister
was obdurate, but member after member got up to
oppose the duty, and when finally Mr. McLean
(Vic.), a strong protectionist and originator of the
stock tax in Victoria, added his protest, Mr. King-
ston gave way. These products were added to the
free list. The next item—arrowroot—was respon-
sible for a couple of divisions. Sir W. McMillan
moved the abolition of the duty. Nearly all Queens-
land members begged for its retention. The divi-
27 votes to 22. Mr. Poynton (S.A.) then moved for
a reduction of a halfpenny. Two or three
protectionists crossed the floor, but the Government
managed to retain the duty by one vote.
Sir. W. McMillan asked the Government to make a
reasonable compromise in the duty on bacon and
hams, which stood at 3d per lb. He pointed out
that 2d was a fair thing, and meant protection to the
extent of about 33 per cent. Mr. Kingston declined
to give way, and Sir W. McMillan moved that the
duty be 2d per lb. This was defeated by 30 votes to
23 and progress was reported. The House adjourned
at 4.10 p.m.
Gooch - McKenna Wedding (Article), Western Herald (Bourke, NSW : 1887 - 1970), Friday 11 December 1964 page Article 2014-10-17 00:10    
of Maiy-3ojj|k oyer |ier wad
ding gown. I^e .presented a
delightful plckire in a
rouria^nfec^^jv^mirire t pne
full iebgffi^&ock ofWblte
French nylon with an over
skirt falling away into - a
short train; 1fce= elbow
length sleeves and over
skirt i were ;-i bordered with
roses in a raised effect. %er
short three-tiered -nylon
small white roses vslth tiny
p^l : cmtees ; and., leaves.
She canned a bouquet of
white xoses. and lily of the
valley arranged in a heart
shaped design. Finally,. .she,
added a single .strand' bf '
Mlkimota pearls, theigift of
the brid^r^QaF '-, _

The bride, who entered the Church on the arm of her father, wore her Child of Mary cloak over her wed-
ding gown. She presented a
delightful picture in a
round-necked Empire line
full length frock of white
French nylon with an over-
skirt falling away into a
short train. The elbow
length sleeves and over-
skirt were bordered with
roses in a raised effect. Her
short three-tiered nylon
small white roses with tiny
pearl centres and leaves.
She carried a bouquet of
white roses and lily of the
valley arranged in a heart-
shaped design. Finally, she
added a single strand of
Mikimota pearls, the gift of
the bridegroom.
MEAT SUPPLIES FOR THE ARMY AND NAVY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-17 00:03 THE CHRISTMAS ADT0URNAIEN1
It is undci stood that tho Government fl ill proposo
an ud|Oiimment of about a fortnight for tho Christ-
mas hohdn}s lins will bo luanuged hy adjourning
on Doccmocr l8 or 10, to moot again on Tuuuniy 8
flic arrangement is as nour as possihlo ti compro-
miso
arranging for avisitof inspection b} members-of both
capita] It is proponed to mnke the tom about tho
to be arranged
RETURNING IO SYDNEY
Mr Barton, Su AVilluim Lv no, and Mr Atlee Hunt
(Premier's private socrotniy) vvoroainongthopuly
letmuing toS}due} by tho express train this after
noon
Mi Austin Chapman, the Government whip, is
Houses to tho various sites suggested foi tho fcdeial
ond of Januar}, and a week's adjournment will havo
riiDERU. CAPITAL SITE
THE CHRISTMAS ADJOURNMENT.
It is understood that the Government will propose
an adjournment of about a fortnight for the Christ-
mas holidays. This will be managed by adjourning
on December 18 or 19, to meet again on January 8.
The arrangement is as near as possible a compro-
mise.
arranging for a visit of inspection by members of both
capital. It is proposed to make the tour about the
to be arranged.
RETURNING TO SYDNEY.
Mr. Barton, Sir William Lyne, and Mr. Atlee Hunt
(Premier's private secretary) were among the party
returning to Sydney by the express train this after-
noon.
Mr. Austin Chapman, the Government whip, is
Houses to the various sites suggested for the federal
end of January, and a week's adjournment will have
FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE.
MEAT SUPPLIES FOR THE ARMY AND NAVY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-16 23:59 111 Admiralty hud no experience of Ans*
traban and Nen Zealand pork und salt boot
delivered to Accionan establishments in England,
although supplies woro obtained in Sydnoy for tho
ships on the Australian station mid for ships of tho
East Indian and China stations ^ Moroovei, all pre-
served meat for theso stations was obtained m
Sydnoy AVhon preserved aud canned meat for the
navy generally was required mvitnttons to tendel
were issued to leading Australian firms through then
accredited agents m this country, mid contracts dur-
ing recent years had been entrusted almost cxclu
BiTcly to Austrahun packers Tho thrcu unv al estab.
hshinouts at Malta, Gibraltar, and Port Stud drew
supplies of fiozou moat uudoi contracts, and at all
these places tho meat cunio from Australia The
minuto proceeds " No supplies of meat have been
obtained from South America, and tho Lords of the
Admirait} are olivo to the desirability of encouraging
b} oveiy means m thoirpow er business i dations with
colonial pioducors " A note made b} tho naval
authuntics at Syduoy on tho tenders far salt heof re-
ceived at that port in Juno last stated that owing to
tho scarcity of cattle in tho Austiohan colonies linns
could not tender foi uny large quantities of salt beef
A tnal was again boing mudo of kauri casks used m
packing salt beef if successful, a great niiukot for
salt beef would bo opened in New Zealand, whore
firms w oro unable to obtain oak casks Tho AVIYr
OIHco replied that ovorv consideration would bo
giv on to Australia in all contracts
The Admiralty had no experience of Aus-
tralian and New Zealand pork and salt beef
delivered to Victorian establishments in England,
although supplies were obtained in Sydney for the
ships on the Australian station and for ships of the
East Indian and China stations. Moreover, all pre-
served meat for these stations was obtained in
Sydney. When preserved and canned meat for the
navy generally was required invitations to tender
were issued to leading Australian firms through their
accredited agents in this country, and contracts dur-
ing recent years had been entrusted almost exclu-
sively to Australian packers. The three naval estab-
lishments at Malta, Gibraltar, and Port Said drew
supplies of frozen meat under contracts, and at all
these places the meat came from Australia. The
minute proceeds : " No supplies of meat have been
obtained from South America, and the Lords of the
Admiralty are alive to the desirability of encouraging
by every means in their power business relations with
colonial producers." A note made by the naval
authorities at Sydney on the tenders for salt beef re-
ceived at that port in June last stated that owing to
the scarcity of cattle in the Australian colonies firms
could not tender for any large quantities of salt beef.
A trial was again being made of kauri casks used in
packing salt beef ; if successful, a great market for
salt beef would be opened in New Zealand, where
firms were unable to obtain oak casks. The War
Office replied that every consideration would be
given to Australia in all contracts.
COMMONWEALTH NOTES. THE SENATE. (From OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) MELBOURNE, Friday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-16 01:06 Senator 1'raser (Vic) , who vv as armed with
voluminous notes, and waited patioutl} till tho end
of Senatoi Glassoy's speech, rose about half-past ¿
He maintained that tho kanaka question lind no rela-
tion to that of a white Australia, and lead a number
of statements to show that white men could not_vvork
in caneflclds Senator rrasor argued that as all tho
Chambers of Commcrco, all municipal couucils, and
all agncultural societies of Queensland had declared
against tho bill theio was no ground foi tho assertion
that had boen so loudly mado that Queensland was
opposed to kanaka labour A letter tecontly written
by tho Bishop of Carpentaria should convince overy
ono that linsty legislation was to bo deprecated A
country spoke through its Acts of Parliament Had
tho Queensland Act of 1892 been lopealed, and had
there been any attempt to repeal it ? Tlus was an
argument against tho bill which no speeches could
disprove benator Proser had not concludod Ins
speech when tho dobnto was adjourned, and ho got
permission to continuo his remarks next AVodnesday
The Senate adjourned at a 20 p m
Senator Fraser (Vic)., who was armed with
voluminous notes, and waited patiently till the end
of Senator Glassey's speech, rose about half-past 3.
He maintained that thw kanaka question had no rela-
tion to that of a white Australia, and read a number
of statements to show that white men could not work
in canefields. Senator Fraser argued that as all the
Chambers of Commerce, all municipal councils, and
all agricultural societies of Queensland had declared
against the bill there was no ground for the assertion
that had been so loudly made that Queensland was
opposed to kanaka labour. A letter recently written
by the Bishop of Carpentaria should convince every-
one that hasty legislation was to be deprecated. A
country spoke through its Acts of Parliament. Had
the Queensland Act of 1892 been repealed, and had
there been any attempt to repeal it ? This was an
argument against the bill which no speeches could
disprove. Senator Fraser had not concluded his
speech when the debate was adjourned, and he got
permission to continue his remarks next Wednesday.
The Senate adjourned at 4.20 p.m.
MEAT SUPPLIES FOR THE ARMY AND NAVY. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-15 00:04 that from other places. This despatch was forwai
ded to tho Admiralty, who wrote a mmuto stating
that tho principal supplies of preserv ed meats pur
chased by tho Admiralty comprised Irish and Danish
stilt polk and American salt meat m etisus, and
Australian and Amencau boiled beef m tail»
that from other places. This despatch was forwar-
ded to the Admiralty, who wrote a minute stating
that the principal supplies of preserved meats pur-
chased by the Admiralty comprised Irish and Danish
salt pork and American salt meat in casks, and
Australian and American boiled beef in tins.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 29 October 1941 page Family Notices 2014-10-14 00:32 WALTON- October 28 1941 at his resi-
WALTON.—October 28, 1941, at his resi-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 29 October 1941 page Family Notices 2014-10-14 00:19 AA7ALTON- The Relatives nnd Irlends of
li Mrs ( ORDON PAWSITT WAI TON and
FAMILY oi 140 Arden SI reel Coogee nie
kindly ii vllc-l lo nltrnd II e Funeral of their
dcirly Inved HUSBAND nile FATHER lo
leave our Pr'vnte clmocle f> Oxford Strep!
Woollahra THIS DAI IVFDNFSDAY after
S-ivIce commencing at 2 10 'or Rnnuwlrk
Oenrril Cemelcr* AVAL TER CARTER
Waverley
WALTON-The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. MURN of 57 Fair
light Street Fivedock, Mr. and Mrs. J.W.    
MURN and FAMILY of Paddington, Mrs. M.
MACKAY and FAMILY of Mort Street, Moore  
Park, Mr. and Mrs. JACK MURN and FAM
ILY of Eastwood and of Mr. and Mrs. A.  
MURN and FAMILY are kindly invited to    
attend the Funeral of their dearly loved
BROTHER-IN-LAWand UNCLE Gordon (see        
family notice for further particulars )
WALTER CARTER, Waverley.  
WALTON.—The Relatives and Friends of
Mrs. GORDON FAWSITT WALTON and
FAMILY of 140 Arden Street, Coogee, are
kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their
dearly-loved HUSBAND and FATHER; to
leave our Private Chapels, 262 Oxford Street,
Woollahra, THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY, after
Service commencing at 2.30 for Randwick
General Cemetry. WALTER CARTER,
Waverley.
WALTON.—The Relatives and Friends of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. MURN, of 57 Fair-
light Street, Fivedock, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.    
MURN and FAMILY, of Paddington, Mrs. M.
MACKAY and FAMILY, of Mort Street, Moore  
Park, Mr. and Mrs. JACK MURN and FAM-
ILY, of Eastwood, and of Mr. and Mrs. A.  
MURN and FAMILY, are kindly invited to    
attend the Funeral of their dearly-loved
BROTHER-IN-LAW and UNCLE, Gordon. (See        
family notice for further particulars.)
WALTER CARTER, Waverley.
COMMONWEALTH NOTES. THE SENATE. (From OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) MELBOURNE, Friday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 23 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-13 22:16 Tho debato on the second reading of tho Pacific
Islands Labourors' Bill was icsumed by Senator
Glasse} (Q ) " AVhat aro tho facts Ï" demanded
Senator Glassoy, who proceeded to answor his
question in n speech of over throo hours' duration
Ho roviowed the kanaka legislation of Queensland
smco thu introduction of the kanaka, and severely
criticised the action of Sir S AV Griffith in icspect
of his 1802 legislation, which had resulted iii the
kanaka being allowed to remain in Queensland Ho
held that tho Governmont polie} as embodied in tho
bill beforo tho Senate was just to the sugar mdustrv,
to tho people of Queensland, and to tho people of
Australia
The debate on the second reading of the Pacific
Islands Labourers' Bill was resumed by Senator
Glassey (Q.). " What are the facts ?" demanded
Senator Glassey, who proceeded to answer his
question in a speech of over three hours' duration.
He reviewed the kanaka legislation of Queensland
since the introduction of the kanaka, and severely
criticised the action of Sir S. W. Griffith in respect
of his 1892 legislation, which had resulted in the
kanaka being allowed to remain in Queensland. He
held that the Governmont policy as embodied in the
bill before the Senate was just to the sugar industry,
to the people of Queensland, and to the people of
Australia.

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