Crossed over, at Dubbo, recently, one of the last of the old Cobb and Co. coach drivers, in Mr. William Walden, at the age of 82. For many years Bill Waldon drove the ...Article : 643 words
AT LAST! One of the few surviving customs of the bad old times in the Hawkesbury has got the axe—amateur justice on the bench has taken the ...Article : 618 words
MRS. WILSON, senr., of Wiseman's Ferry, has passed her 96th birthday. The dear old lady is still happy and hearty. WE REGRET to hear that Mr. Francis ...Article : 451 words
IN ANSWER to our inquiry last week on behalf of Principal Southee, of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, concerning the origin of Red Hogan ...Article : 229 words
THAT Hawkesbury natives and residents are noted for their longevity is instanced by the fact that the aggregate ages of six persons who passed ...Article : 96 words
AT the farewell function tendered to Mr. J. M. Tucker in the School of Arts Windsor, last week, Mr. R. A. Nevile, manager of the Bank of New South Wales ...Article : 302 words
AN esteemed subscriber in the Parramatta district accompanies his subscription to the "Gazette" for 12 months with the following note: I must ...Article : 77 words
COLO SHIRE COUNCIL, recently decided to ask the other Councils concerned whether they considered it desirable to have an official opening in ...Article : 116 words
THE WARDENS of St. James' Church, Pitt Town, have decided to keep up the 60th anniversary of the big Hawkesbury flood of 1867, at their Annual Reception to ...Article : 94 words
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