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BUNGENDORE. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Saturday 15 July 1911 page 7 2020-04-03 17:36 memters present. The president (Mr. F. S. Fal-
coner) was in the chair. Accounts were passed forr
Was decided not to appoint another, as there would
At the Police Court on Mondoy last, before Mr.
druok was fined 20/ or 14 days' hard labour in
oe!ruarc gaol ; but the fine was susepended on
Ihnilar charge for 12 months. On a eecond oharge for
toirg obscene languoage, tn which Ire p!eaded guilty,
tillne of .i wos iiiipaCad, br 14 days' haid Ihabur in
leoulbhrn gabl.
.Foi the past week tie wetitliei hans been
illil diid d.llnwt: Ovef i3r . iohintu Have
cllen since last Satiurday. Tliere is d faii
iuantity of watei now in the liake. The coun
ti all around here appears to be thoroughly
fgtiroattd, hnad in eaily and excelleht spring
if;uiticip atet l.,- !-.- : " r· '., ,, . , .
A treetingj of tlie Cotonatioi Sioit. epon
mittee was held on Thursday. Accotint were
£a r7/3 was left in the treasurer's hands. On
treasurer hold.this money andit be kept.until
llhi next day's osjpr.ts fot, clildren. is.organ
Hed. "A.-.speci,'il :ot, of thrankscwes. actorded
lis. Marisfield fo-..liet' sotvicds Ih ttillectlh
subscriptions, to the secretary (Mr. Mans
Football.-On Wednesday afternoon a
match was played inslthe park- betaween the
,Watrigals from Queanbeynn and the Bun-.
gnlndote:teami The .ground was very greasy
bti acout; of rein, and seyveiol nasty .faltf
occurred. In tile fiist half thIe viitobi stbired
was played in a very friendly spirit through
whilst lMr. Freebody acted in a similar
goodly number of spectators, and great in
terest,was manifested in the game. At night
there'was a dinner in the hall, where a very
pleasant time was spent, the visitors return
members present. The president (Mr. F. S. Fal-
coner) was in the chair. Accounts were passed for
was decided not to appoint another, as there would
At the Police Court on Monday last, before Mr.
drunk was fined 20/ or 14 days' hard labour in
Goulburn gaol; but the fine was suspended on
similar charge for 12 months. On a second charge for
using obscene language, to which he p!eaded guilty,
a fine of £1 was imposed, or 14 days' hard Iabour in
Goulburn gaol.
For the past week the weather has been
mild and showery; Over 135 points have
fallen since last Saturday. There is a fair
quantity of water now in the lake. The coun-
try all around here appears to be thoroughly
saturated, and an early and excellent spring
is anticipated.
A meeting of the Coronation Sports com-
mittee was held on Thursday. Accounts were
£3/17/3 was left in the treasurer's hands. On
treasurer hold.this money and it be kept.until
the next day's sports for children is organ-
ised. A special vote of thanks was. accorded
Mrs. Mansfield for her services in collectlng
subscriptions, to the secretary (Mr. Mans-
Football.--On Wednesday afternoon a
match was played in the park- between the
Warrigals from Queanbeyan and the Bun-.
gendore team. The ground was very greasy
on account of rain, and several nasty falls
occurred. In the first half the visitors scored
was played in a very friendly spirit through-
whilst Mr. Freebody acted in a similar
goodly number of spectators, and great in-
terest was manifested in the game. At night
there was a dinner in the hall, where a very
pleasant time was spent, the visitors return-
BUNGENDORE. (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Saturday 15 July 1911 page 7 2020-04-03 16:03 (From Out Coirespoident.)
School of Arts --The committee held their month
ly moeeting on Tuesday night, there being only five
memters present. Tile president (Mr. F. S. Fal
baner) was in the chair. Accounts wore passed for
hnyriont., Therb the ia tacahoy iii the trletsoeshi,
heriugh thb resignation ci Mr. . J; e. W cli; hod. It
Wi-s decided iiot to appoint andtthor,. bs there woiold
hs an election next bidnth of fresh officdra, and it was
considered advisible to leave .it over hutil the now
coimmittoe ?as appointed. The secretatiy.repbiord
that a new supply of bodks hqd bilen received, and
there were now 1265 ,beoks in the institute. A diq
cm.«ion arose as to bdilding f ne.lihalli bd,.thbs
.rhs also left over ilnil after the hIst ?enhtal iOt
t ag.
(From Our Correspondent.)
School of Arts --The committee held their month-
ly meeting on Tuesday night, there being only five
memters present. The president (Mr. F. S. Fal-
coner) was in the chair. Accounts were passed forr
payment., There was a vacancy in the trusteeship,
through the resignation of Mr. J. S. Welch, and it
Was decided not to appoint another, as there would
be an election next month of fresh officers, and it was
considered advisable to leave it over until the new
committee was appointed. The secretary reported
that a new supply of books had been received, and
there were now 1265 books in the institute. A dis-
cussion arose as to building a new hall, but this
was also left over until after the next general meet-
ing.
OBITUARY. Mrs. M. E. McClung. (Article), The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser (NSW : 1876 - 1951), Monday 15 May 1939 [Issue No.7676] page 2 2020-04-03 15:51 OBITUARY.
Mrs. M. E. McClung.
There was a very large and 'repre
Mrs. Margaret Ellen McClung, whosa
sudden death at Strathfield on Sun
TJ'i'\'r» T*»«» coin rr urn t* rt m*r\n f r»iln r\r*1~ t- fi
the army of friends of ah old ?fcud'
grpatly respected district family.
She went to Sydneyi for an operation.
Her husband predeceased her jn
. The late Mrs. McClung was the:
widow of William McCluug, of Haw
thorn, Murrumbateman. She is sur
vived by four sons1, Messrs. Harvey
(Murrumbatemau), Aubrey (Hall),
Frank (Gimnedah), and Neville Mc
Donohue (Murrunibateman), Mrs. A.
Dyee and Mrs. J. Smyth (Croydon),
Mrs. Sydneyi Priddle (Grenfell), Mrs/
C. Taplin (Greenwich), Mrs. St&pheu
(Randwick), Miss Eva (Murtrumbate
NOTABLE PERSONALITY.
Formerly Miss Sarson, the late Mrs.
flip flisfrint Slip wns hnvn at rvl/1
Murrumbatemau. She was married
iu the dining room at 'Hawthorn,'
and spent the remainder of hea- life
type as Mr. Luke Trainor (form
adviser. She was an, extraordinary
She was1 a keen and well-informed
atteuded the Presbyterian Church.
Mf-«Pliinp' the riisfrint Irvsoc nno, nf ltn
The funeral took' place on Tues
day, from Scots' Church, Murrum
bateman, to the Presbyterian ceme
tery, Murrumbatemau. The Rev. R.
received. — 'Yas& Tribune*Courier.' ' '
OBITUARY.
Mrs. M. E. McClung.
There was a very large and repre-
Mrs. Margaret Ellen McClung, whose
sudden death at Strathfield on Sun-
Her passing was a great shock to
the army of friends of an old and
greatly respected district family.
She went to Sydney for an operation.
Her husband predeceased her jn
. The late Mrs. McClung was the
widow of William McClung, of Hawthorn
Murrumbateman. She is survived
by four sons, Messrs. Harvey
(Murrumbateman), Aubrey (Hall),
Frank (Gunnedah), and Neville Mc-
Donohue (Murrumbateman), Mrs. A.
Dyce and Mrs. J. Smyth (Croydon),
Mrs. Sydney Priddle (Grenfell), Mrs.
C. Taplin (Greenwich), Mrs. Stephen
(Randwick), Miss Eva (Murrumbate-
NOTABLE PERSONALITY.
Formerly Miss Sarson, the late Mrs.
the district. She was born at old
Murrumbateman. She was married
in the dining room at "Hawthorn,"'
and spent the remainder of her life
type as Mr. Luke Trainor (form-
adviser. She was an extraordinary
She was a keen and well-informed
attended the Presbyterian Church.
McClung the district loses one of lts
The funeral took place on Tues-
day, from Scots' Church, Murrum-
bateman, to the Presbyterian ceme-
tery, Murrumbateman. The Rev. R.
received. — "Yass Tribune-Courier,"
CAR ACCIDENT Mrs. McClung, Senr., Injured (Article), Yass Tribune-Courier (NSW : 1929 - 1954), Monday 30 January 1933 [Issue No.394] page 2 2020-04-03 15:26 The c'af was taken to Williamson
The car was taken to Williamson
CAR ACCIDENT Mrs. McClung, Senr., Injured (Article), Yass Tribune-Courier (NSW : 1929 - 1954), Monday 30 January 1933 [Issue No.394] page 2 2020-04-03 15:25 CAR
ACCIDENT
WJion returning from Yass to Murrumbateman
CAR ACCIDENT
When returning from Yass to Murrumbateman
MR. F. F. McCLUNG Successful Sheepbreeder (Article), Yass Tribune-Courier (NSW : 1929 - 1954), Monday 19 November 1934 [Issue No.568] page 2 2020-04-03 14:52 MR. F. F. McCLUNG
Successful Sheepbreeder
"The Northern Daily Leader" (Tamworth)
"It did not take Mr. McClung long
Moree, Uralla, Tamworth, Grcnfeii
"Mr. McClung established his stud
with 1500 ewes of Merrivillc blood,
u?ed Merriville rams, adding to the
property recently," he saw a beautiful
"Winbri grows more than sheep
of roses, standards and 011 numer-
one of the biggest exhibitors, too. Hewill
MR. F. F. McCLUNG
Successful Sheepbreeder
"The Northern Daily Leader" (Tamworth)
"It did not take Mr. McClung long
Moree, Uralla, Tamworth, Grenfell
"Mr. McClung established his stud
with 1500 ewes of Merriville blood,
used Merriville rams, adding to the
property recently, he saw a beautiful
"Winbri grows more than sheep
of roses, standards and on numer-
one of the biggest exhibitors, too. He will
BILL BOWYANG'S RAMBLINGS. (Article), The Muswellbrook Chronicle (NSW : 1898 - 1955), Friday 7 February 1930 [Issue No.10] page 5 2020-04-03 14:41 At this time of the year one does'
pity as the Bagmen's Union >can claim
taken part in a strike. Every bene
fit that has come their way has coine
has been times when troulble was very
narrowly averted. Members' will re
down his swag and refuse to walk, the
a national calamity, and as the mem
their swag since '71, managed to pac
finally decided that all memibers re
to have their (bags filled, and since
tucker foags be carried and filled with
from the soil. The Warrego, Conda
1 happen if they carried larger bags. It
with the Third Internationale of Mos
1 cow, and anything is likely to hap
[ lieve that much is being made out oi
latest issue of- the "Hand Out," the
supply of hops. j "We members of the
control the pubs and 'breweries,- and
toiler, while he will have the satisfac
by the following, is becoming an aw
on his soul. Just listen to this: "Do
I was on me own, buyin' a pitb-pot by
pot-when in blows a couple of tim
on them and feelin' a bit ibloated and
sparrin' for a speltTI says, "I got me
6000ft out of an old blue gum yester
barrin' a 2in pipe at the too.' "Yairs,"
says the other cove, "she was a lair
stick for these parts, but she wo aid
blacfabutts there runs up to 120 feet
before strikin' a limb." Filliu* the
pots, perchin' himself on a cask, plac
beard he continued: "One mornin' T;ie
was delyin' in and gougin at the back
fair stick mate, (but always folio win'
hornies I don't know much aibout get
ting timfber. The biggest tree I ever
remember striking was on the Burde
Dodgin* along and keepin' a bit of
wet season. Down comes the Burde
two stream's. Ridin' a couple of miles
luck I starts (back for camp. I hadn't
me absence she'd ibroke off half way
up, and in failin' made a natural
bridge. Examinin' it I finds it's hol
the rear tailin* that mob if they ever
took it into their heads to rush. Ar
j have knocked me over with a sheet
' of paper. We hadn't a folanky hoof.
it off his chest and told us off pro
end o£ the log to get a count, and then
go ahead and report. -Ridin' back into
the log in a body we spread out. Af
had planted on the trip across. Shout
count. Not a beast was missin', aud
whole ibloomin' mob."
At this time of the year one does
pity as the Bagmen's Union can claim
taken part in a strike. Every bene-
fit that has come their way has come
has been times when trouble was very
narrowly averted. Members will re-
down his swag and refuse to walk the
a national calamity, and as the mem-
their swag since '71, managed to pac-
finally decided that all memibers re-
to have their bags filled, and since
tucker bags be carried and filled with
from the soil. The Warrego, Conda-
happen if they carried larger bags. It
with the Third Internationale of Mos-
cow, and anything is likely to hap-
lieve that much is being made out of
latest issue of the "Hand Out," the
supply of hops. "We members of the
control the pubs and breweries, and
toiler, while he will have the satisfac-
by the following, is becoming an aw-
on his soul. Just listen to this: "Do-
I was on me own, buyin' a pub--pot by
pot--when in blows a couple of tim-
on them and feelin' a bit bloated and
sparrin' for a spell, I says, "I got me
5000ft out of an old blue gum yester-
barrin' a 2in pipe at the top.' "Yairs,"
says the other cove, "she was a fair
stick for these parts, but she would
blackbutts there runs up to 120 feet
before strikin' a limb." Fillin' the
pots, perchin' himself on a cask, plac-
beard he continued: "One mornin' me
was delvin' in and gougin at the back
fair stick mate,but always followin'
hornies I don't know much about get-
ting timber. The biggest tree I ever
remember striking was on the Burde-
Dodgin' along and keepin' a bit of
wet season. Down comes the Burde-
two streams. Ridin' a couple of miles
luck I starts back for camp. I hadn't
me absence she'd broke off half way
up, and in fallin' made a natural
bridge. Examinin' it I finds it's hol-
the rear tailin' that mob if they ever
took it into their heads to rush. Ar-
have knocked me over with a sheet
of paper. We hadn't a blanky hoof.
it off his chest and told us off pro-
end of the log to get a count, and then
go ahead and report. Ridin' back into
the log in a body we spread out. Af-
had planted on the trip across. Shout-
count. Not a beast was missin', and
whole bloomin' mob."
"BILL BOWYANG" PASSES (Article), Northern Standard (Darwin, NT : 1921 - 1955), Thursday 3 April 1947 [Issue No.14] page 7 2020-04-03 14:17 Weekly." He wrote the book,
"DEATH OF BILL BOWYANG" (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Wednesday 19 February 1947 page 3 2020-04-03 11:06 "Bill Bowyang" was a sick man when
Very shortly afterwards the first
"Track" article appeared in the Bulletin
and Redgister and was an instant success.
For some time he had also been com-
emanating from its public oranisations
"Bill Bowyang's" writings took on
added appeal with the revival of rodeos
meant with unbounded enthusiasm and
plashed riders of today. With these post-
"Bill Bowyang" also wrote several
books which found hundreds of delighted
He was 61 at the end, young enough
to have spent longer on earth, but the
"Bill Bowyang" has gone and to read-
ers many times ten hundred he will live
The late Mr. Vennard is survived by
"Bill Bowyang" was a sick man when

Very shortly afterwards the first
"Track" article appeared in the Bulletin
and Register and was an instant success.
For some time he had also been com-

emanating from its public organisations
"Bill Bowyang's" writings took on
added appeal with the revival of rodeos
ment with unbounded enthusiasm and
plished riders of today. With these post-
"Bill Bowyang" also wrote several
books which found hundreds of delighted
He was 61 at the end, young enough
to have spent longer on earth, but the
"Bill Bowyang" has gone and to read-
ers many times ten hundred he will live
The late Mr. Vennard is survived by
"DEATH OF BILL BOWYANG" (Article), The Northern Miner (Charters Towers, Qld. : 1874 - 1954), Wednesday 19 February 1947 page 3 2020-04-02 22:56 DEATH 0F "BILL
BOWYANG"
Stricken suddenly at his home in
and—as 'Maurice Deene—writer of the
In the lifespan of Alfred Vindex Ven-
nard lies a story of journalistic achieve-
since then, for over 25 years "Bill Bow-
The greatest tribute to Vennard's
writings is the fact that he lost his per-
sonar identity to his readers in his liter-
He was right, too. The contributions
he received from all over the Common-
No chronicler of outlook stories was
more naturally fitted for the task. "Bow-
died the swag along the Castlereagh, in
Then came the war and "Bowyang"
was with his "cobbers" at Gallipoli. Here
He has often recalled in idle moments
of conversation that there seemed so
After the evacuation he went to Egypt
After serving with the Infantry on
Gallipoli he transferred to the Camel
While in hospital awaiting his return
DEATH 0F "BILL
BOWYANG"
Stricken suddenly at his home in
and—as Maurice Deene — writer of the
In the lifespan of Alfred Vindex Vennard
lies a story of journalistic achieve-
Since then, for over 25 years "Bill Bow-
The greatest tribute to Vennard's
writings is the fact that he lost his per-
sonal identity to his readers in his liter-
He was right, too. The contributions
he received from all over the Common-
No chronicler of outlook stories was
more naturally fitted for the task. "Bow-
ried the swag along the Castlereagh, in
Then came the war and "Bowyang"
was with his "cobbers" at Gallipoli. Here
He has often recalled in idle moments
of conversation that there seemed so
After the evacuation he went to Egypt

After serving with the Infantry on
Gallipoli he transferred to the Camel
While in hospital awaiting his return

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