1. List: OGILVIE, Carolyn (or Caroline and Carolyne) Mary née Weidner (1891 - 1977)
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    According to Peter Timms she was active in the 20's and 30's in Sydney doing pottery and china painting. Exhibited at the Arts and Crafts Society 1933-35. Sold her work through Anthony Horderns in the late 20's and is said to have visited Japan and taught Japanese china painters the methods of painting Australian flora and fauna.

    Ford has a different spelling of the name : "Ogilvie. Caroline Mary (1893 - 1977) was a member of the Womens Arts and Crafts movement in Sydney in the 20's and 30's, she made a few pottery pieces but her love was China painting. In the 1930's she taught the art to the Japanese consulate's children. She loved Japanese art and could speak the language fluently. In the 1940's she exhibited pieces at Anthony Horderns. A feature if her work was using gold from melted down gold coins to paint the rims of her plates. She used English blank dishes, plates, bowls, etc., ehich she hand decorated with a variety of delicate flower or bird patterns, most were marked : ...."

    In 1915 Carrie married Gunner Richard Ogilvie of the A.I.F., the adopted son of Robert and Annie Ogilvie of Racecourse Lane Albury. That was on October 20, 1915. They had two weeks together and on November 15 Dick was in Sydney ready to depart for France.

    "Service Number: 7223 Rank: Gunner Roll title: 5 FAB [Field Artillery Brigade] (November 1915) Conflict / Operation: First World War, 1914-1918 Date of embarkation: 18 November 1915 Place of embarkation: Sydney Ship embarked on: HMAT Persic A34"

    Unfortunately Gunner Richard Ogilvie, son of Mr. R. Ogilvie, Racecourse-lane, Albury,was reported killed in action on August 5, 1917 on Hill 60, near Ypres. "The news was received by the Rev. A. Fleming, in a telegram from the Defence Department. The late Gunner Ogilvie, who was 23 years of age, had seen two years' active service. He was married a fortnight before he sailed for the front, and his wife is at present on a visit to relatives in Melbourne. The late Gunner Ogilvie was serving with the 13th Battery, Field Artillery, A.I.F."

    In January 1918 we read that : "DICK - THE LATE DRIVER DICK OGiLVIE Mrs. Ogilvie, of Racecourse lane, has received the following letter from Ken Kelton:— I send a few lines of sympathy to you in the sad loss, of your son-Dick, but there is one thing that you can be proud of he died the death of a hero fighting for his flag and country. I was'nt present at the time of his death. I was informed by the late Charlie Podger, that he was killed on August 5, while in action, shell fire being the cause - Dick was sent up the ditch, for one of the guns, when a shell hit his off horse, killing him and the two horses instantly. He was given a grand burial by the boys, because he was thought a lot of, and one of the best horsemen that we had in the 13th Battery. His grave is in the Ypres Veining Cemetery, a mile and a half from the firing line. A wooden cross surmounts his grave, and I will look after his grave while I am able. Dick and I were never parted except when duty intervened. Dick's death came as an awful blow to me, and the other boys. He was always admired for his courage by everybody. I can say nothing further for the present, so send my deepest sympathy to you and Mr. Ogilvie and family in your sad loss. — KEN KELTON.
    Mrs. Ogilvie also received a letter from Jim Dynan, and a little parcel with some of Dick's things in it Jim said Dick's smiling face would be greatly missed among the boys."

    He was buried at the Dickebusch New Military Cemetery Extension, Dickebusch, Flanders, Belgium.

    Army records state that Richard Q. (Dick) Ogilvie No 7223 Driver, was born 1894. He was the husband of Caroline M. Ogilvie of "Chatham", Ben Boyd Road, Neutral Bay, Sydney, New South Wales.

    This means that at the time of his death Caroline M. Ogilvie was already in Sydney living at Neutral Bay.

    It seems that at some time after her marriage to Richard (Dick) Ogilvie and prior to his death in 1917 she had gone to Sydney and was living with Mr. & Mrs. J. Jepson and their daughter Miss S. Jepson at "Chatham", Ben Boyd Road, Neutral Bay.

    She had known the Jepson family in Corowa I believe. It is possible that Miss Sarah Mary Jepson was her teacher at the Corowa School. Mr Jepson was a contractor in the Corowa area and could well have known Caroline's father. The Jepson family had been in Corowa for over thirty years when they left for Sydney in August 1909. Miss Sarah Mary Jepson was to take up a position at Neutral Bay Primary school and her parents accompanied her to Neutral Bay.

    The address of "Chatham", Ben Boyd Road, Neutral Bay, Sydney, New South Wales was the same address as the Jepson’s.

    They remained firm friends until Sarah's death in 1952.

    They even were part of a pottery group based around Ada Newman : "Studio Tea.

    As a farewell to Mrs. L. G. Dalgarno, of Northwood, who will leave on June 1 for England, where she will further her studies in craftwork with kid, Miss Ada Newman entertained a number of friends at her studio in Elizabeth-street last night. Several specimens of Miss Newman's hand pottery were used to hold tawny coloured flowers and autumn foliage. The party also served to celebrate the birthdays of Miss Ethel Atkinson and Miss Vera Margouliouth. Among the guests were Mesdames Frank Osbiston, C. M. Ogilvie, Misses Mary Jay, Eleanore Lange, Ethel Lovegrove, and S. Jepson."

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  1. Australian studio pottery and china painting / Peter Timms
    Timms, Peter, 1948-
    [ Book : 1986 ]
    Languages: English;lis, [1 other]
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    Australian studio pottery and china painting / Peter Timms
  2. SOCIAL and PERSONAL. Extended Honeymoon.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 16 May 1936 p 11 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dangar (she was Miss Leeuwin Hickson, of Singleton, before her recent marriage) have written from New Zealand that they are going ... 912 words
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    Studio Tea.
    As a farewell to Mrs. L. G. Dalgarno, of Northwood, who will leave on June 1 for England, where she will further her studies in craftwork with kid, Miss Ada Newman entertained a number of friends at her studio in Elizabeth-street last night. Several specimens of Miss Newman's hand pottery were used to hold tawny coloured flowers and autumn foliage. The party also served to celebrate the birthdays of Miss Ethel Atkinson and Miss Vera Margouliouth. Among the guests were Mesdames Frank Osbiston, C. M. Ogilvie, Misses Mary Jay, Eleanore Lange, Ethel Lovegrove, and S. Jepson.

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  3. WOMEN'S LOYALTY LEAGUE.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 17 November 1932 p 3 Article
    Abstract: The Women's Loyalty League is extending its activities in training unemployed girls. In addition to the dressmaking classes, others for Dotterv makin ... 90 words
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    WOMEN'S LOYALTY LEAGUE.
    The Women's Loyalty League is extending its activities in training unemployed girls. In addition to the dressmaking classes, others for pottery making, poker work, and floral craft are being established. The first class in pottery making will be held on Monday next at 7 30 p m in the Ellen Desailly Free Kindergarten. The instructor will be Mrs Ogilvie, and Miss Beryl John will assist with the teaching of design and decoration The league is indebted to Miss McCredie for valuable help in establishing the class.

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  4. Family Notices
    The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times (Albury, NSW : 1903 - 1920) Wednesday 27 October 1915 p 2 Family Notices
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    MARRIAGE.
    OGILVIE—WEIDNER.—At Racecourse lane, on October 20, by Rev. Chas. Burrage, Richard, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Robert Ogilvie, to Carrie, eldest daughter of Mrs Weidner, of Corowa.

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  5. Children's Bazaar.
    The Corowa Chronicle (NSW : 1905 - 1928) Saturday 30 March 1907 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The efforts of Miss Lizzie Cameron and her girl friends, to run n Bazaar in Aid of the funds of the local Hospital, on Wednesday 367 words
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    Refreshment Stalls — Miss Lowes, Nurses Corkhill aud Rathgen, Miss Neilson, Elsie Lowes, Agnes Swan, Carry Weidner.

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  6. The Friendship of a Dog.
    The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912) Saturday 13 December 1890 p 1303 Article
    Abstract: Have you ever been so fortunate as to have the friendship of a dog? The feeling of love and friendship is attributed usually to human beings alone, b ... 270 words
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    Carrie M. Ogilvie 1890 ?????

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  7. AT THE FRONT AND AT HOME. MILITARY NEWS OF THE WEEK.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 31 August 1917 p 18 Article
    Abstract: [Through this column "Periscope" will be pleased to supply any information, and to answer any questions pertaining to universal training, enlistment, ... 2263 words
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    Gunner Richard Ogilvie, -son of Mr. R. Ogilvie, Racecourse-lane, Albury, has been reported killed in action on August 5.
    The news was received by the Rev. A. Fleming, in a telegram from the Defence Department. The late Gunner Ogilvie, who was 23 years of age, had seen two years' active service. He was married a fortnight before he sailed for the front, and his wife is at present on a visit to relatives in Melbourne. The late Gunner Ogilvie was serving with the 13th Battery, Field Artillery, A.I.F.

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  8. ARTS AND CRAFTS.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 27 October 1927 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Members of the Society of Arts and Crafts of New South Wales invited their friends to view the exhibition in the Department of Education's galleries ... 168 words
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    ??? ARTS AND CRAFTS. Members of the Society of Arts and Crafts of New South XValos Invited their frlendB to view' tho exhibition In tho Department of Education's galleries yeRterday afternoon. Among those present were Mrs. F. W. Par sons, Miss. Ada Newman, Mrs. L. Wallace, Mrs. C. Hedley, Mrs. W. H. Whiddon Mr. and Mrs. W.' Busby, Mr. and Mrs. Powell. Mrs. and Miss DeVereaux, Mrs. Kinmort, Miss John-, son, Miss Peapes. Donoghue, Mr. and Mrs» Coventry, Mrs. and Miss Goddard, Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Massey, Mrs. and Miss Lance, Mrs. Solomon, Mrs, A. Atkinson. Mrs. Broinowskl, Mrs. D. E. Evans, Mrs. A. Lance. Mrs. A. Logan, Mrs..E. Stead, Mrs. G. P. Innis. MrB. East, Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. H . H. Buddon, Miss 13. Mackay, the Misses N. and A. Davidson, Miss A. M- Friend, Mrs. W. N. Friend, Miss M. E. Friend, Misa Livermore, Miss 1' Mason, Miss G.King, Mrs. C. Stewart, Mrs. Utz, Mrs. Kirby, Miss Crain, Mrs. Chalmers, Miss | G Gifford. Miss Ogilvie.

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  9. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 9 August 1912 p 31 Article
    Abstract: The death is reported, from England of the mother of Canon Carver, of Wagga. The Rev. Father Dwyer left Albury for Temora by the afternoon train on 2136 words
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    ??? The death occurred on Friday morning of Mr. Peter Weidner, who had been in a bad state of health for some considerable time past. Some eighteen months ago Mr. Weidner, whilst working at his trade as a carpenter, injured his right arm, and subsequently found that he was suffering from cancer. After treatment in the Albury Hospital he went to Sydney, where his affected arm was removed. Return- ing to Albury, his general health seemed to have greatly improved, but subsequent- ly a decline set in, and his death really came as a happy release after a period of suffering. Deceased was only 42 years of age, and was well-known and very popular in Albury. He leaves a widow and family of five children, the eldest of whom is eighteen years of age.

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  10. Corowa. Monday, December 17.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 21 December 1906 p 18 Article
    Abstract: After a few weeks' real summer weather another change took place yesterday. Steady showers fell at intervals almost all day long. The moisture is not 1522 words
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    Bessie Weidner

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  11. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 10 March 1916 p 30 Article
    Abstract: The death is reported of Carmon Sylvia, Queen Dowager of Roumania. Miss Davis, of Henty, has been transferred to the North Wagga Public School. 1855 words
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    ???MATTHEWS—WEIDNER. A wedding was celebrated at St Mat thew's Church of England on March 2, the contracting parties being William George Matthews, Albury, and Miss Maud M. Weidner, late of Corowa.

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  12. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 10 January 1916 p 8 Family Notices
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    JEPSON - January 8, 1916, at Chatham, Ben Boyd
    road, Neutral Bay, Sarah, beloved wife of James Jepson aged 76 years.

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  13. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 29 March 1929 p 8 Family Notices
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    JEPSON.—March 26, 1929, at Chatham, Ben Boyd- road, Neutral Bay, James, beloved father of S. M. Jepson, aged 96 years.

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  14. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Monday 10 January 1916 p 7 Family Notices
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    JEPSON.—The Funeral of Mrs SARAH JEPSON will leave her late residence Chatham, Ben Boyd road, Neutral Bay, THIS MONDAY, at IO a.m, for Catholic Cemetery, Gore Hill.

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  15. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.
    The Australian Star (Sydney, NSW : 1887 - 1909) Saturday 5 January 1889 p 7 Article
    Abstract: THE following notifications appear in yesterday's GOVERNMENT GAZETTE:-- APPOINTMENTS.-- Mr. Percival E. B. Barnett, to be warden's clerk and mining 305 words
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    Sarah Jepson, Corowa;

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  16. DISTRICT NEWS. (Continued from page 3.) COROWA. Monday, January 10.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 14 January 1916 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Excessive heat has been the order right through the week, and flies, mosquitoes, and other flying pests have been trying in the extreme. They get int ... 1375 words
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    The news reached Corowa to-day that Mrs. Jepson, wife of a former Corowa contractor, Mr. James Jepson, had died at her residence at Neutral Bay, Sydney. Deceased was about 72 years of age, and had been an invalid for a considerable time.

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  17. DISTRICT NEWS Corowa. Monday, August 2.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 6 August 1909 p 30 Article
    Abstract: In connection with the approaching show I have boon requested by the secretary to draw attention to the fact that eight sections for public schools' ... 1209 words
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    On Friday evening a number of local gentlemen — representative of the B.B. Band and Corowa Orchestra — met at Thomas's Australian Hotel for the purpose of say ing good-bye to Mr. J. Jepson, who was on the eve of his departure for Sydney, whither his daughter is to take up an im portant scholastic appointment in the Neutral Bay Public School. The Mayor (Alderman F. J. Saumons) occupied the chair, the guest being seated on the right hand and the ex-Mayor (Alderman Cbivell) was amongst those present. Both the Mayor and Mr. Chivell eulogised the departing guest for his mam' sterling qualities as a townsman, particularly re ferring to the great assistance he had at all times rendered as a member of the band and the local orchestra. Both speakers had seen service as members of the local B.B.B., and therefore spoke with a knowledge of tlie subjects they were on. The Mayor concluded his remarks by ask ing Mr. Jepson to accept a travelling rug as a slight mark of the esteem in which he is 'held by brother musicians, and also wishing Mr., Mrs., and Miss Jepson long life and prosperity in their new sphere of labors. Mr. Jepson briefly acknowledged the many kind things said regarding him self, artd said he did not think he was de serving of the praises showered upon him by the Mayor and c-x-Ma,var. He had ;tl Ways tried to do his best to ass'at local musical institutions. Mr. Jepson concluded by presenting a ^framed group picture of Corowa's first band, taken a quarter of a century ago. Mr. Mason thanked Mr. Jep son for his thoughtful gift, and said the picture would be greatly prized by the band and hung in the bandroom. The only toasts honored were those of 'Our Guest' and 'The Secretary of the B.B.B.,' the latter being proposed by Mr. Wittmer, the bandmaster. Proceedings were cut short owing to several of those present having to take part in other functions; but on the whole a pleasant hour was passed in doing honor to one of Corowa's oldest and most respected citizens.

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  18. TRANSFERS AND APPOINTMENTS. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Wednesday 2 March 1910 [Issue No.32 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 1368 Government Gazette Appointments And Employment
    Extract: TRANSFERS AND APPOINTMENTS. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. THE Public Service Board have approved of the transfers and appointments of the undermentioned ... 1658 words
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    Miss S. Jepson, from Neutral Bay to North Newtown;

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  19. COROWA.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 25 December 1896 p 17 Article
    Abstract: A meeting of the Border Brass Band was held last Friday evening in the fire brigade station. There were present—Messrs W. Corp (chair), J. Nugent, T. ... 991 words
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    The tender of Mr Jepson for the erection of Iron fencing in connection with the Public School Fix this textbits been accepted.

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  20. COROWA.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 26 December 1902 p 17 Article
    Abstract: The distribution of prizes in connection with the Public School was held in the Oddfellows' Hall last Friday. A very enjoyable programme of songs and 655 words
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    The distribution of prizes in connection with the Public School was held in the Oddfellows' Hall last Friday. A very enjoyable programme of songs and May pole dance, by the girl scholars, was gone through. Miss A. Swan, on behalf of the scholars, presented Miss Jepson with a morocco case, containing curlers, shoe horn, and buttonhook, and Miss Wright Fix this textalso with a morocco case, containing

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  21. DISTRICT NEWS. Corowa. Saturday, December 21.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 27 December 1907 p 2 Article
    Abstract: In my reference to the Church of England Christmas fair in last issue, I omitted to mention that the function was opened in the afternoon by the Lord 2944 words
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    Miss Bessie Weidner on two occasions.

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  22. Corowa. Monday, December 23.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 27 December 1907 p 28 Article
    Abstract: To day the nuns in charge of the local Convent School received advice that all the candidates selected by the Diocesan Inspector for the schools' com ... 290 words
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    'Today tlie litms in' cjaa'i'go'^of '-ilie flq'eal OonVtiiib 'Scliool/ree'eivod advice ? t-ha'fc ' all the .candidates sele'eted 'by tile 'Diocesan Inspector for- tllo schools,' ' competk-ons had successfully -passed the 'higher exa: miiitttions. -Results were as^under-:— Fifth ' Class.— Bessie Weidner, 330£ marks;

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  23. Diocese of Goulburn PRIZE EXAMINATIONS, 1907.
    Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932) Thursday 2 January 1908 p 13 Article
    Abstract: The annual competitive examination of the children of the Fifth, Fourth, and Third Classes, picked by the Inspector at his annual school visit, was h ... 1728 words
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    ; Bessie Weidner, Corowa, 330£ ;

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  24. Diocese of Coulburn. PRIZE EXAMINATIONS, 1907. CATHOLIC SCHOOLS.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 27 December 1907 p 46 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    Bessie Weidner, Corowa, 330J

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  25. Personal.
    The Corowa Chronicle (NSW : 1905 - 1928) Wednesday 20 June 1906 p 2 Article
    Abstract: It is rumoured that Mr. James Hay purposes bringing his family from the western district of Victoria to bis recently purchased Kingwood property, to ... 590 words
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    The death occurred at tbe Corowa Hos pital on Monday morning of Miss Caroline Knorpp, aged 36 years, sister of Mr. C. Enorpp, Balldale, and of Mrs. Weidner, Corowa. The cause of death was phthisis and much sympathy is felt for tho relatives of tho deceased lady, The funeral took place yesterdnv afternoon, the Bcv. A, Fix this textMcWutt Allan conducting the last service.

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  26. NEWS IN BRIEF.
    The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times (Albury, NSW : 1903 - 1920) Tuesday 25 April 1911 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Ertie Doyle, aged eight years, was knocked down by a cyclist in Qneen-street, Brisbane, on Sunday, and fatally injured. The sheep guessing competitio ... 1127 words
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    A little girl named Hancock, residing with Mrs Weidner in Whitehead-street. Corowa, was going some messages and put a penny into her mouth. Whilst arrang ing some parcels, the coin slipped down the girl's throat and there remained, the efforts of local medical men failing to re move it. The doctors advised her removal to the Melbourne Hospital where she was successfully treated, and the coin remov ed, to the intense relief of the little suf ferer, who had not been able to eat any solid food for over a week.

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  27. General Intelligence.
    Glen Innes Examiner and General Advertiser (NSW : 1874 - 1908) Wednesday 3 July 1878 p 3 Article
    Abstract: A BENEFIT Society styled the Sons of Temperance, have consigned a man named Martin Guest, who is well known in Sydney, to gaol for debt. He brought a ... 5367 words
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    John Weidner, a shepherd in the employ of 'Messrs. Roach, butchers, Moonta, has received a slice of good fortune. We are told on good authority that £20,000 has been left to him by the will of a deceased relative. His chief regret is that he will have to leave his sheep. Truly Arcadian ! — Tor Ice's Peninsular Adver Fix this texttiser.

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  28. MR. R. OGILVIE.
    Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Saturday 6 December 1919 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Word was received yesterday of the death at Albury of Mr. R. Ogilvie, railway employee, a very old resident of the border town. He leaves three 51 words
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    MR. R. OGILVIE. Word was received yesterday of the death at Albu'ry of .Mr. R. Ogilvie, railway employee, a 'Very old resident of the border'.town. He leaves three ?ons— Messrs. -JRobert and '.Colin, of ?the -Railway Department,4 Junee, and ?Alan, of Messrs. J.S. Taylor's store, Junec. .!- . . .

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  29. THE LATE DRIVER DICK OGILVIE
    The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times (Albury, NSW : 1903 - 1920) Tuesday 15 January 1918 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. Ogilvie, of Racecourse lane, has received the following letter from Ken Kelton:—I send a few lines of sympathy to you in the sad loss, of your s ... 272 words
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    DICK - THE LATE DRIVER DICK OGiLVIE
    Mrs. Ogilvie, of Racecourse lane, has received the following letter from Ken Kelton:— I send a few lines of sympathy to you in the sad loss, of your son-Dick, but there is one thing that you can be proud of he died the death of a hero fighting for his flag and country. I was'nt present at the time of his death. I was informed by the late Charlie Podger, that he was killed on August 5, while in action, shell
    fire being the cause - Dick was sent up the ditch, for one of the guns, when a shell hit his off horse, killing him and the two horses instantly. He was given a grand burial by the boys, because he was thought a lot of, and one of the best horsemen that we had in the 13th Battery. His grave is in the Ypres Veining Cemetery, a mile and a half from the firing line. A wooden cross surmounts his grave, and I will look after his grave while I am able. Dick and I were never parted except when duty intervened. Dick's death came as an awful blow to me, and the other boys. He was always admired for his courage by everybody. I can say nothing further for the present, so send my deepest sympathy to you and Mr. Ogilvie and family in your sad loss. —
    KEN KELTON.
    Mrs. Ogilvie also received a letter from Jim Dynan, and a little parcel with some of Dick's things in it Jim said Dick's smiling face would be greatly missed
    among the boys.

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  30. WEDDING M'RITCHIE—OGILVIE
    The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times (Albury, NSW : 1903 - 1920) Saturday 30 April 1910 p 6 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    The Ogilvie family : DICK is Master D. Ogilvie : Mother of orider— House linen and cutlery. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Ogilvie - (Junee) — silver-mounted salad bowL Mr and Mrs Stewart Ogilvie - Silver jewel case and -powder-box. Mr. Robert Ogilvie— Silver cruet. Miss. Eva Ogilvie— Reading lamp on sil- ver stand Master D Ogilvie— Silver brush and comb. . ' Master D. Ogilvie — Silver hat pin, stand Miss V. Ogilvie — Silver pin tray and stud box Fix this textMiss L. Ogilvie (Bendigo) niece of bride

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  31. GENERAL.
    The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1873 - 1938) Friday 22 May 1925 p 28 Article
    Abstract: Mr. J. P. Hearn has been elected president of the Balranald Pastures Protection Board. Mr. M: W. Nunan, formerly of 1573 words
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    1925 : A meeting in connection with the departure of Mrs. Robert Ogilvie, who has left Albury to spend the remaining years of her life with her son at Marrickville, Sydney, was held on Thursday. The mayor (Aid. H. G. Davies), .. who presided, said Mrs. Ogilvie had been a resident of Albury for 40 years, during which period she had had charge of the racecourse railway gatehouse. Referring to Mrs. Ogilvie 's long residence at the race course gate crossing, Mr. T. A. Horan said the president of the Albury Racing Club had never received a complaint. Mrs. Ogilvie had carried out her duties in a most efficient and satisfactory manner. On the motion of Messrs.' Horan and J. Nagle, it was decided to open up a subscription list. Mr. Horan was appointed secretary and treasurer.

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  32. Web page: Dick Ogilvie
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    details

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  33. Web page: Dick's death
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    Dick Ogilvie

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  34. Web page: embarcation
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    Service Number: 7223

    Rank: Gunner

    Roll title: 5 FAB [Field Artillery Brigade] (November 1915)

    Conflict / Operation: First World War, 1914-1918

    Date of embarkation: 18 November 1915

    Place of embarkation: Sydney

    Ship embarked on: HMAT Persic A34

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  35. Web page: DICK
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    Dickebusch New Military Cemetery Extension (Plot IV, Row A, Grave No. 3), Belgium. Enlistment date 10 September 1915
    Rank on enlistment Gunner
    Unit name Field Artillery Brigade 5, Battery 13
    AWM Embarkation Roll number 13/33/1
    Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A34 Persic on 18 November 1915
    Rank from Nominal Roll Driver
    Unit from Nominal Roll 5th Field Artillery Brigade

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  36. Advertising
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 24 January 1952 p 16 Advertising
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    IN the Will nf SARAH MARY JEP SON late of Mllperra near Sydney in the State of New South Wales Spinster deceased -Application will be made after 14 days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament dated 2nd February 1944 of the above named deceased may be granted to Caroline Ogilvie the Executrix named In the said Will and all persons may be served at the undermentioned address All Creditors in the Estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the undesigned MESSRS ELLIOTT A, LAW Solicitor« 72 Fix this textKing Street Sydney

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  37. Advertising
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Saturday 11 July 1914 p 5 Advertising
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    24 1 15 3 Sarah Mary Jepson, of Corowa, New Lot 55, Canning Location 2. Ashburton- 185 4

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  38. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 8 January 1954 p 18 Family Notices
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    JEPSON -Sarah. Mary (S M J ) passed away January 8 1952 Too dearly loved to bo forgotten Carrie

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  39. Family Notices
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 9 January 1952 p 28 Family Notices
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    JEPSON, Sarah M. —January 8, 1952, at a private hospital, of Fluer- baix Avenue, Milperra. Requiescat in pace. JEPSON -The Relatives and Friends of the late Miss SARAH M JEPSON of Fleurbaix Avenue Mil perra are invited to attend her Funeral to leave St Luke's Church Beaconsfield Street Revesby This Wednesday at 1 45 p m for Catho- lic Cemetery Liverpool Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 6 o clock WOOD COFFILL LIMITED UY1406

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  40. Glenbrook STUDENT TEACHERS' VISIT.
    Nepean Times (Penrith, NSW : 1882 - 1962) Saturday 22 May 1920 p 3 Article
    Abstract: For the past eight years, the Teachers' College, Sydney, has been giving a special training to prospective country teachers. It has been the custom f ... 543 words
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    1920 : The preliminary organisation of this work was entrusted to Mr. R. G. Cam eron, M.A., and Miss S. M. Jepson, leetiircjx'' in education at the Colloge.

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  41. TEACHERS' COLLEGE NEW LECTURERS
    The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954) Wednesday 23 May 1917 p 5 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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  42. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Famous Novelist en route to Sydney... Welcome to Lady Isaacs... Many Farewell Parties | Welcomed to Sydney.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 18 May 1939 p 19 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mr.— Ben Barwood, wife of Lieutchant-Commander Barwood, of H.M.A.S. Adelaide, was hostess at an afternoon tea party at her home at Elizabeth Bay yest ... 1941 words
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    Miss Ada Newman and Miss Ethel Atkinson ?who have moved fiom the eltv and have made » studio in Miss Newmans home at Mosman gave a studio wniming piitv yesterdaj aftci noon Guests weie able to see the potteiy being baked in the new studio s kiln Among those piescnt weie Miss Fdna Wilson of Roseville whose engagement to Mr Gem se Thomas was recently announced Mesdames S B Rouse C Rodd Bany Can E C Blown M E Berkelej C Ogilvie H J Oldham B Scott Misses Jojce Wilson and Stella Gcoigc

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  44. NEW JAPANESE CONSUL. Mr. K. Murai's Career.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 4 August 1932 p 10 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mr. Kurumatsu Mural, who will succeed Mr. K. Inoue as Consul-General for Japan in Sydney, is at present Consul-General in Shanghai. He was appointed ... 112 words
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  45. NEW JAPANESE CONSUL-GENERAL.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 18 March 1933 p 16 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mr. K. Murai and his wife, who arrived in Sydney yesterday by the Kitano Maru. 18 words
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  46. JAPANESE CRUISER IN SYDNEY
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Tuesday 7 May 1935 p 2 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Officers of the Japanese cruiser Asama which is now in Sydney waters with (seated on right) the Consul for Japan, Mr. K. Murai. 29 words
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  47. JAPAN. New Consul-General VICTIM OF SHANGHAI BOMB.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 18 March 1933 p 12 Article
    Abstract: Mr. Kurumatsu Murai, the new ConsulGeneral for Japan, who arrived at Sydney by the Kitano Maru from Jnpoan yesterday, is an experienced diplomat. He ... 393 words
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  48. NEW CONSUL-GENERAL JAPANESE DIPLOMAT ARRIVES MR. K. INOUE INTERVIEWED
    The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934) Friday 18 October 1929 p 5 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: "If there is anything I can do in Australia to promote commerce and further cement the goodwill between the two great countries— 558 words
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    KOJIRO INOUE Mrs. Inoue, the mother of four bonnle children—son : nine years, and three daughters .whose ages, are eight, seven, and four years;; respectively—stated . that she was 'extremely pleased to. come to Australia. Her pleasure was somewhat- heightened - on '.Saturday, when her school companion (Miss Kimurn) walked aboard the Tango . Maru and gave her a warm Japanese welcome. Miss Bage also extended a. cordial welcome- to, Mrs.. Inoue,, who had' a distinguished career at' the Yokohama High School.

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  49. Women's World
    Sydney Mail (NSW : 1912 - 1938) Wednesday 6 May 1931 p 21 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: A FANCY-DRESS party with the spacious ball-room of Government House for its setting was planned to delight the hearts of several young children invit ... 2032 words
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    THE national day of Japan, which is the anniversary of the birth of its present Emperor — this year the 30th birthday — was responsible for one or two interest- ing ceremonies in Sydney last week. At Craig-y-Moor, Wolseley-road, Point Piper, the residence of the Japa nese Consul-General and Madame Inoue, a very enjoy able reception was given to prominent citizens, members of Parliament, military and naval officers, and Consu- lar officials. The Imperial portraits, hung in the recep- tion-room, were draped with purple for the occasion, and were the centre of much attention throughout the afternoon. The Japanese national drink, 'sake,' was served for those who wished to toast his Imperial High- ness. Earlier in the day Professor Sadler entertained members of the Japanese community at luncheon at the University, and an interesting programme of Japa- nese music was giyen on the memorial carillon.

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  50. SOCIAL GOSSIP
    Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Friday 25 May 1934 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Except for that "tired feeling" consesuent on a non-stop series of farewell parties, which, of course, neither would admit in any 1341 words
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    Mrs. Florence Taylor, president of the Arts club, who some months ago went to Japan on a health trip, is enjoying every minute of her stay. Her last letters to Sydney friends were postmarked Tokyo, where she wrote she was meeting friends at every turn, sight-seeing and enjoying shopping ex- cursions with Mrs. Inoue, who was very popular in Sydney during the time her husband was Consular Gene- ral here. Inciduntally, Mrs. Taylor considers the Japanese, individually and collectively, Ie most courteous people she has ever met. It was the cherry blossom time over there and everything looked most picturesque. Mrs. Taylor, who is accompanied by her sister, Miss Annis Parsons, is re turning to Sydney next month.

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  51. PERSONAL.
    The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954) Friday 5 November 1915 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Recent casualty lists published by the Defence Department contain the name of Private J. S. Dale, of Cor[?] Mr. David Masterton, of Waliganyah, 717 words
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    MARRIAGE 1915 : The marriage of Richard, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ogilvie, of Albury, with Carrie, eldest daughter of Mr. George Weidner, Corowa, took place at the residence of the bridegroom's parents, Racecourse Iane, recently. The ceremony waa performed by the Rev. Chas Barrage. Miss Daphne Meredith Albury, was bridesmaid, and Mr. Leslie Stassen, of Sydney, best man. The bridegroom is a member of the Australian lmperial Force, and is at present on final leave.

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  52. ACCIDENT TO MR. GEORGE WEIDNER.
    The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954) Friday 26 January 1906 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Mr. George Weidner, of Corowa, labourer. in the [?] of Mr. D. B. Fowler, contractor, met with a painful accident at Rutherglen on 99 words
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    ACCIDENT TO'MR. GEORGE WEIDNER Mr George Weidner, of Corowa,

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  53. FORMER COROWA TEACHER'S SUCCESS. MISS JEPSON AT HEREFORD HOUSE T.C.
    The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954) Tuesday 20 February 1912 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Old pupils of the Corowa Superior Public School and Corowa people generally, will be pleased to know that Miss Jepson, who was so long and so 191 words
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