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2 noelwoodhouse 4,002,936
3 NeilHamilton 3,492,830
4 DonnaTelfer 3,466,902
5 Rhonda.M 3,432,010
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4490 everal 4,899
4491 jan-bay 4,897
4492 AMS53 4,895
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3 NeilHamilton 3,492,701
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5 Rhonda.M 3,431,997
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July 2010 5
May 2010 11
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Castlemaine's Farewell to Mr. Hargreaves (Article), Sunshine Advocate (Vic. : 1924 - 1954), Saturday 10 September 1927 [Issue No.179] page 3 2020-04-03 04:42 Ir. Harg'reaves
Air. N1I. Hargreaves, recently ap
p)ointedl Shtire secrettary, took uip
duties locally on the 21ti inst., ias
announced ill ott r previout s issue., HI
is very favorably iml)presse(d with the
town, its prospects, and citizon5, and
hopes to be ab)le tio astsist in the
moulding of the future of the dis
trlct. Mr. IIia?rgreaves cotes Lte o usI
from Castl.illaitl, ,where, of (oUItse,
he ranked as town clc'rk l. HIe stood
tite "Great Centre," anitd it will per
haps serve iat anL ft.roductioni of himll
to :lunshine if w0 print, in part,
whlttL the "Caist.lenaine AlMall" had to
s;ty on the evc of his dips th)irtut te.
Tu'islts our conll telilporary on tile 2?ltI
ult.; ")uring his colpat rlatively
brief stay itl Castic:ntal; e the town
clerk (MAr. E. Ilar gra-vees), whoi
wats recentLly apploinitiel. secretary to
the SShirie of liraybrook, nii i;leav'es
Castlentaihi e within the next few
d(ays to .take: up his new pcosition,
proved himiseltl: a most efficient mtuhl
c'ipal officer, and won tot e i st e t e of
coulcil lors, andi tlh litality ci.tizeIns
witih whtolt hoi c:anlo in contact. Ilis
departuore is sincerely regretted, iand
at the conclusion ofI tIle Itoro ugh
tCoutncil ieeting last night the couin
cillors iand thiir viiv:(s asse(,bl)ed in
the Mayor's root, and as it tokeni of
,;oodtwill pres'nlted him with an
xidtlised metal fruit :t andt.
In Itialillig Ithe re'senltation the
Mayor (Cr, Ireland ) taid he felt
that. Lth deparLtire of i\lr. Hlargrloeaves
was a di stinct loss to theu Jouncil,
and the rttul)ipayers generally. eto
had ontdulredtl iltisell to all with
witotit he had Iteen associated, and,
oil behallf of thi citizens, lie desired
to assure MAr. Hargreaves that his:
services anlld citizenshi)p were d(eply
anld si ncerely al)lrociateld. 'They
were sort'ry tiat i \vwan leavinug, itil
lie carried with hiii their best wishes
for his furtitoer adlva nceuenIIIt ill
niiunicilpal service. Ilo wished bothl
iMr, I ad Mrs. Ilargreave: haIplliness
and ptrosp)erity in their' stw houite.
"In respolldinlg, AIr. IiargrOaveu
said hle deeply appreciated the op-
lortunlti y of iloctinig tichte at a fare
we(ll social function, aLnd tLhaInked
Iltum sincetrely for the gift, aLd i.he
sentllttenllts expressed. lit liked
Ctastlehtmalne, and liked the people,
and it. \vas witi Inasty regruets that.
he was lavitng, butt his now position
appeal ed(1 to oler greatetr ad lvantLages
for atidvatice(eitut. 110 would always
look back with ploeasure to hisi two
years' stay lii CastleltiLte. DurL'ing
that time ho had found the council
itrs m1ust1 considerate towards Ililll,
and a line body of mlel to work
for. It.eterlritlg to the municipal
electHions in Casttjaleaitne, 11t said it
miiust (be a sotur'Coe of satisfaction to
the Council to lind that., at tile last
two elections, the retiring council
lors had been rc-elected. It was evi
dence thiat the majority of thii: rate
payers were satisfied \vitli th lt?o ait
nor in which tile affairs of Ilte
boroughl were being collducted, As
town clerick it was in a ot:nition to
s( the11 amlount of consid' ration that
was given the various Ioiatters that
caiuse before the Council, and the
tilte that was given I,y 1.i1( council
lors inl attending to the allairs of
the borough, antId le could say with
out any hetsitatiun, that tihe rate
Mr. Hargreaves
Mr. E. Hargreaves, recently ap-
pointed Shire secretary, took up
duties locally on the 2nd inst., as
announced in our previous issue. He
is very favorably impressed with the
town, its prospects, and citizens, and
hopes to be able to assist in the
moulding of the future of the dis-
trlct. Mr. Hargreaves comes to us
from Castlemaine, where, of course,
he ranked as town clerk. He stood
the "Great Centre," and it will per-
haps serve as an introduction of him
to Sunshine if we print, in part,
what the "Castlemaine Mail" had to
say on the eve of his departure.
Thus our contemporary on the 26th
ult.: "During his comparatively
brief stay in Castlemaine the town
clerk (Mr.E. Hargreaves), who
was recently appointed secretary to
the Shirie of Braybrook, and leaves
Castlemaine within the next few
days to take up his new position,
proved himself a most efficient munl-
cipal officer, and won the esteem of
councilors, and the many citizens
with whom he came in contact. His
departure is sincerely regretted, and
at the conclusion of the Borough
Council meeting last night the coun-
cillors and their wives assembled in
the Mayor's room, and as a token of
goodwill presented him with an
oxidised metal fruit stand.
In making the presentation the
Mayor (Cr. Ireland ) said he felt
that the departure of Mr. Hargreaves
was a distinct loss to the Council,
and the ratepayers generally. He
had endeared himself to all with
whom he had been associated, and,
on behallf of the citizens, he desired
to assure Mr. Hargreaves that his
services and citizenship were deeply
and sincerely appreciated. They
were sorry that he was leaving, but
he carried with him their best wishes
for his further advancement in

municipal service. He wished both
Mr.and Mrs. Hargreaves happiness
and prosperity in their new home.
"In responding, Mr. Hargreaves
said he deeply appreciated the op-
portunity of meeting them at a fare-
well social function, and thanked
them sincerely for the gift, and the
sentlments expressed. He liked
Castlemalne, and liked the people,
and it was with many regrets that
he was leaving, but his new position
appeared to offer greater advantages
for advancement. He would always
look back with pleasure to his two
years' stay in Castlemaine. During
that time he had found the council-
lors most considerate towards him,
and a fine body of men to work
for. Referring to the municipal
elections in Castlemaine, he said it
must be a source of satisfaction to
the Council to find that, at the last
two elections, the retiring council-
lors had been re-elected. It was evi-
dence that the majority of the rate-
payers were satisfied with the man-
ner in which the affairs of the
borough were being conducted. As
town clerk it was in a position to
see the amount of consideration that
was given the various matters that
came before the Council, and the
time that was given by the council-
lors in attending to the affairs of
the borough, and he could say with
out any hesitation, that the rate-
on Saturday morning---a blackened
THE HARGREAVES PEARL CASE. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 6 February 1892 [Issue No.31] page 1 2020-04-03 03:35 she had fled ou the breakdown of the case
theft. The object of Mrs Osborne’s relurn
she had fled on the breakdown of the case
theft. The object of Mrs Osborne’s return
THE HARGREAVES PEARL CASE. (Article), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1924), Saturday 6 February 1892 [Issue No.31] page 1 2020-04-03 03:33 — Argus.
Captain O[?]borne, whose wife was plaintiff
.and her own exposure as regards the pearl
The accused is cspected to plead guilty to
j“wellers to whom she is alleged to have
disposed of the pearls, mid to app-al to the
Mrs Osborne is anticipating her confine
ment shortly.

Captain Osborne, whose wife was plaintiff

The accused is expected to plead guilty to
jewellers to whom she is alleged to have
disposed of the pearls, and to appeal to the
Mrs Osborne is anticipating her confine-
ment shortly. - Argus
Joan Hargreaves Wed (Article), Shepparton Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1953), Friday 25 March 1949 [Issue No.23] page 2 2020-04-03 03:22 of Radio Australia, for her mar
tuberoses from which ‘fell her
cut tulle, and earned an ivory
of tuberoses. .
Rev. R. North was the officiat
Mr Denis ’O’Flaherty, a friend
GrosVenor, Mrs Hargreaves wore
a black satin buck crepe frock
and a spray of toning cacti dah
a spray of blue delphiniums-
of Radio Australia, for her mar-
tuberoses from which fell her
cut tulle, and carried an ivory
of tuberoses.
Rev. R. North was the officiat-
Mr Denis O’Flaherty, a friend
Grosvenor, Mrs Hargreaves wore
a black satin back crepe frock
and a spray of toning cacti dah-
a spray of blue delphiniums.
Weddings Charles—Hargreaves (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 27 July 1936 [Issue No.28,060] page 5 2020-04-03 03:12 A lovely gown of ivory crepe matala ^se
A lovely gown of ivory crepe matala: ^se
CRICKET KATAMATITE v. BAROOGA. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Cobram Courier (Vic. : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 4 November 1937 [Issue No.44] page 2 2020-04-03 00:19 [?]
katamatite v. barooga.
match was the line hatting shown
by McGuire in compiling 52 no: cut
getting among the runs this seas
on. McGuire, wo are informed, ne
ver gave a chance. Burkmshaw
13 and Alien 10 were the ether f|
double figure batsmen. Kilicuvj
took 3 for IS on 5 overs, and id
Tyres 2 for Id. Katamuiite had in stB
use of the wicket and wore c:s:ni-<- 1
double figures. Katarr.aute are a I
the season progresses. McGuire 2 k
for l, R. waton 2 for 17, Barnett 2 3
for 2 were the most successful bow
K. Lukies, c Burkinshaw b Brent- I
nail . .. .. 0
L. Kilgour, run out . , j
B. MHls, lbw. b Barnett «
L. Hargreave, c McGuire b Wiitcr,:4 !
CRICKET
KATAMATITE v. BAROOGA
match was the fine batting shown
by McGuire in compiling 52 not out
getting among the runs this seas-
on. McGuire, we are informed, ne-
ver gave a chance. Burkinshaw
13 and Allen 10 were the other
double figure batsmen. Kilgour
took 3 for I8 on 5 overs, and J
Tyres 2 for 16. Katamatite had first
use of the wicket and were c:s:ni-<- 1
double figures. Katamatite are a I
the season progresses. McGuire 2
for 1, R. Wilton 2 for 17, Barnett 2
for 2 were the most successful bow-
K. Lukies, c Burkinshaw b Brent-
nall . .. .. 0
L. Kilgour, run out . . .. .. 1
B. Mills, lbw. b Barnett 3
L. Hargreave, c McGuire b Wilton,:4 !
Mr. JOHN HARGREAVES. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 18 September 1936 [Issue No.25,406] page 14 2020-04-03 00:06 ;; Mr. JOHN HARGREAVES.
The. death is' announced of Mr. John
'HargTcaves. a widely-known pioneer far
mer. of the Wedderburn district. With
greavCs, lie settled on land 62 years ago,
eight years ago, but the original selec
soils. He is survived by a widow and
Edgar Hargreavcs. of Sunshine, secretary
Mr. JOHN HARGREAVES.
The death is announced of Mr. John
Hargreaves, a widely-known pioneer far-
mer of the Wedderburn district. With
greaves, he settled on land 62 years ago,
eight years ago, but the original selec-
sons. He is survived by a widow and
Edgar Hargreaves. of Sunshine, secretary
Fire in Pine Plantation (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 24 April 1937 [Issue No.28,291] page 23 2020-04-03 00:00 and A, D. Lorimer, forest employees, ot
with having ignited certain Inflammable
and A. D. Lorimer, forest employees, of
with having ignited certain inflammable
Weddings Charles—Hargreaves (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 27 July 1936 [Issue No.28,060] page 5 2020-04-02 23:49 Reddings j
Ck aries-/7 arar eave a
A lovely ROWn of isoiv ciepe matala^se
fitting i losch to her figiue was worn bs
rdlth Isabel Marian only daughti r of Mr
mid Mrs E Hargicaves Preston at hei
martiale on Saturday lo Seymour Daniel
seiond son of Mi and Mrs G Charles
Plenty toad Heidelberg rho ceremony
which took plnce at Holy Trinity Church
Thornhillv was performed by the Rev
W H Chamberlain The bridal gown
lind a cowl neckline caught with a clustn
vsns fashioned to form a long train A
coronet of orange blossom and the bilde
rnirlcd a sheaf of Hiles and sweet peas
Hie only bridesmaid was Miss Adeline
Charit s sister of the bridegroom who wore
n (.own of dull blue crepe, with a plaited
coil of velvet to match nnangtd on her
hall Hei Howers were sweet peas A
dainty little flower girl Margaret Hor
(.1 enves niece of the bride wearing a frock
of pink talTcto and a wreath of pink flosv
(is on her hair can led a basket of Hosv

is and lind for a paitner Bobby Hnr
i nits weming a suit of blue velvet the
I ild sins i Ison away by her fnlhei
Weddings
Charles Hargreaves
A lovely gown of ivory crepe matala ^se
fitting closely to her figure was worn by
Edith Isabel Marian only daugher of Mr
and Mrs E Hargreaves, Preston at her
marriage on Saturday to Seymour Daniel
second son of Mr and Mrs G Charles
Plenty road, Heidelberg. The ceremony
which took place at Holy Trinity Church
Thornbury was performed by the Rev
W H Chamberlain. The bridal gown
had a cowl neckline caught with a cluster
was fashioned to form a long train. A
coronet of orange blossom and the bride
carried a sheaf of lilies and sweet peas.
The only bridesmaid was Miss Adeline
Charles, sister of the bridegroom who wore
a gown of dull blue crepe, with a plaited
coil of velvet to match arranged on her
hair. Her flowers were sweet peas. A
dainty little flower girl, Margaret Har-
greaves, niece of the bride, wearing a frock
of pink taffeta and a wreath of pink flow-
ers on her hair carried a basket of flow-

ers and had for a partner Bobby Har-
greaves wearing a suit of blue velvet. The
bride was given away by her father.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 6 August 1937 [Issue No.25,680] page 1 2020-04-02 23:35 ROBERT GEORGE COOK are respoclfully
informed that, hla funeral twill, leave Ills, real-
rtenee, .107 .Mcl'lierson-streDt, Essendon. TU1M
DAY (Friday), 6th Augiial. aC half-pant y
P.m.. for the place of Interment, tho Mel-
oounic Cemetery. Carlton.
ROBERT GEORGE COOK are respectfully
informed that hls funeral will, leave his, resi-
dence,107 McPherson-street, Essendon, THIS
DAY (Friday), 6th August, at half-past 3
p.m., for the place of interment, the Mel-
bourne Cemetery, Carlton.

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