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2 noelwoodhouse 4,002,936
3 NeilHamilton 3,492,830
4 DonnaTelfer 3,466,939
5 Rhonda.M 3,432,129
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3953 snappy 6,009
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3957 GeneAlogist 5,992

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2 noelwoodhouse 4,002,936
3 NeilHamilton 3,492,701
4 DonnaTelfer 3,466,913
5 Rhonda.M 3,432,116
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February 2020 247
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November 2019 169
October 2019 696
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2 GeoffMMutton 180,478
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 72,796
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TRUMPERY CROWN CASE A RIDICULOUS CHARGE. ACCUSED PERSON ACQUITTED. BENDIGO. Tuesday. (Article), The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Tuesday 7 February 1905 [Issue No.9147] page 4 2020-04-01 14:31 trumpery crown case
Court at Bcndigo were opened to-day by
Mr Justice A'Beckott.
A young man named David Rindcrs
was charged with having on nth Decem
to John Penglase, of Kcondrook.
running on Murrablt Common, ond that
nut marc belonging to a man named
Ills Honor said that there was scarcely
TRUMPERY CROWN CASE
Court at Bendigo were opened to-day by
Mr Justice A'Beckett.
A young man named David Rinders
was charged with having on 17th Decem
to John Penglase, of Koondrook.
running on Murrabit Common, and that
nut mare belonging to a man named
His Honor said that there was scarcely
COUS[?] OF PETTY SESSIONS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26TH. (Before Mr W. W. Greene, P M.) FRAUD SUMMONS. (Article), Kerang New Times (Vic. : 1901 - 1918), Friday 27 January 1905 [Issue No.5925] page 3 2020-04-01 14:26 John Penglase v. David Hinder, charged
of December accused came to his place
«-o ulS houtiii in ui'oau uoilgut to taae a
horse olt the conlaiuu aumticU appeared
oe Aoo&iug Xor a oxauu on uie iiuioe bo«-
aid not get uis nana ou it.
To Uie oeucu : Accused called Jast year
jguuI bouie hor&ea ue hau iosl, s»u was
waie that wiluess had eouictaih io uv
waiu the coifltuvn.
Thos, iuruy staled that he was afai mer
resiUlug at Jijoil. iJLc auew accused. lie
iu b i»jtu time Ju Dvcciiioet al tue
A>ouit xiolei. sj c was unviug u chestnut
.iui'sc aiuU- lUc lou He aiU lie iiau
5uuie xjuiu Jvcrang thai worm ug. He
uao uiougut iue notrie iroui a comuieu
ileal' Ihc Ijruiiuuwei'
John Penglase v. David Rinder, charged
other horses. She was gone on the 29th
at Murrabit About 11 am on the 17th
of December accused came to his place
of the mob He was looking at a chest
got away. Accused got on his horse and
the Murrabit common. He thought it
to his house in broad daylight to take a
horse off the common. Accused appeared
to be looking for a brand on the horse but
did not get his hand on it.
To the bench : Accused called last year
about some horses he had lost, so was
aware that witness had something to do
with the common.
Thos, stated that he was a farmer
residing at Boort. He knew accused. He
saw him some time in December at the
Boort Hotel. He was driving a chestnut
horse along the road. He said he had
come from Kerang that morning. He
had brought the horse from a common
near the Gunbower.
ALLEGED HORSE STEALING. KERANG, Friday. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 28 January 1905 [Issue No.15,566] page 12 2020-04-01 14:17 . KERANG, Friday.
At the police court to-day, James Kinder
was charged with'stealing from tlie lurra-
the property of John Periglasc. Inspector
Connelly.3 Tatchell aud Dunlop, appeared
dence that in December last Hinder was
asked by Mr. 0. T. Wills, storekeeper, of
ceeded there, nnd yarded the filly in ques-
tion now claimed by Tcnglase, and other
horses, in the presence of tne common
manager.. The chestnut jumped the gate,
and Kinder rode after it and did not re
turn. Ite subsequently delivered a chest
nut mare to Mr.# Wills, who, while person
ally somewhat doubtful about the uurs>e
man who hud broken it iri, and the unani
mous opinion expressed, was that the liorse
The PA1. considered it was a case for a
being allowed.'
KERANG, Friday.
At the police court to-day, James Rinder
was charged with stealing from thw Murra
the property of John Periglase. Inspector
Connelly, Tatchell aud Dunlop, appeared
dence that in December last Rinder was
asked by Mr. O. T. Wills, storekeeper, of
ceeded there, and yarded the filly in ques-
tion now claimed by Penglase, and other
horses, in the presence of tje common
manager. The chestnut jumped the gate,
and Rinder rode after it and did not re
turn. He subsequently delivered a chest
nut mare to Mr. Wills, who, while person
ally somewhat doubtful about the horse
man who had broken it in, and the unani
mous opinion expressed was that the horse
The P.M. considered it was a case for a
being allowed.
COUS[?] OF PETTY SESSIONS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26TH. (Before Mr W. W. Greene, P M.) FRAUD SUMMONS. (Article), Kerang New Times (Vic. : 1901 - 1918), Friday 27 January 1905 [Issue No.5925] page 3 2020-04-01 14:11 with having stolen aud driven away one
Inspector Grav conducted tbe prosecu
tion, and Air M'. O'Brien, instructed by
Messrs Connelly, Tatchell aud Duulop,
appeared for tbe defendant
Crown lauds bailiff residing at Koondroofc.
unbroken. The last time de saw her lie-
fore be lost her was on tbe 14tb of De-
'cember last year, when she was running
on the Kooudrook common with four
rotber horses, she was gone on tha 29th
-of December, and be could not find her.
swore an iu formation. The police banded
over the filly to .him on the 5th of Janu
hut was very poor when she came back,
She bad girth marks and slight saddle
yard. It was bis property. He valued
. her at from £25 to £3U wiien ne losr ner.
To llr O'BrieD : Be believed the horse
loss. He was advised by tbe police to get
a lawyer. He did not know Afr W',
horse which was lost. He bred the ally ;
.she was never .handled by hiui- There
-unay .-be .another -faorse very like his. The
jjianager of Uorralbit common tolo nim
thai a man had yarded the filly witb other
when be rode after ber. He yarded them
for the purpose of having a look at tbe
filly. He ' that he was 1-oking for a
filly. Tbe horses were yarded about mid-
.Artbur Walkington, laborer, slated that
on tbe 17th of December tie saw accused
-on the roan between Kooudrook and Swan
Bill at 10 am. He asked witness if he
saw a chestnut horse on tbe common. He
said that one of tbe horses that be took off
.He said he did not know whether there
-were two Ns or One N on the near shoul
der. "Witness said that there was a chest-
nut horse on "the common but he did not
Joiow whether it was his or n0£ The
abused was the who asked the ques
„ j.
iyi nfr O'Rrien: was at one time
the herdsman of the Murrabit common-
pe believed that accused thonght he was
the herdsman- He would hardly have
tcome to him if be wanted to steal a horee
off the common. Mr M'Donald told ium
'hataccuspd ha' .lost horses before and
fo:ndthcrnon the common. There was
i chestnut geldins on the common as well
as a chestnut fillu.
To Inspector Gray : I" he were lookin?
for a chestnut irare be would not ask for
a chestnut hone.
Jo Im "Donald stated that he resided
at Murrabit About, 11 am on the 17th
on December accused came to his place
a d as&ed for leave to run some horses
i to the yard. He wanted to .have a look
l eai round th- vard and broke one out
01 iuc moo- He was looking at a chest
nut wtiiuh eventual jumpou toe ateaud
-.oiaway. Accused gui> ou nss horse aud
To Mi o linen : He was well known in
he dibirici. aud it was geueiatly auuvvii
mat he was manager o i the murrat
Cafuiinou. He had he<.n there ior over
j %.ars He had charge ot tue uursce uu
the Mui'i'aoit euuiujvii. iti-. iuuuui it
with having stolen and driven away one
Inspector Gray conducted the prosecu
tion, and Mr M. O'Brien, instructed by
Messrs Connelly, Tatchell aud Dunlop,
appeared for the defendant
Crown lands bailiff residing at Koondrook.
unbroken. The last time he saw her be-
fore he lost her was on the 14th of De-
cember last year, when she was running
on the Koondrook common with four
other horses. She was gone on the 29th
of December, and he could not find her.
swore an information. The police handed
over the filly to him on the 5th of Janu
but was very poor when she came back,
She had girth marks and slight saddle
yard. It was his property. He valued
her at from £25 to £30 when he losr her.
To Mr O'Brien : He believed the horse
loss. He was advised by the police to get
a lawyer. He did not know Mr Wills
horse which was lost. He bred the filly ;
she was never handled by him. There
may be .\another horse very like his. The
manager of Murrabit common told him
that a man had yarded the filly with other
when he rode after her. He yarded them
for the purpose of having a look at the
filly. He said that he was looking for a
filly. The horses were yarded about mid-
day.
Arthur Walkington, laborer, slated that
on the 17th of December he saw accused
on the road between Koondrook and Swan
Hill at 10 am. He asked witness if he
saw a chestnut horse on the common. He
said that one of the horses that be took off
He said he did not know whether there
were two Ns or one N on the near shoul
der. Witness said that there was a chest-
nut horse on the common but he did not
know whether it was his or not. The
accused was the man who asked the ques
tion.
To Mr O'Brien: He was at one time
the herdsman of the Murrabit common
He believed that accused thought he was
the herdsman. He would hardly have
come to him if he wanted to steal a horse
off the common. Mr M'Donald told him
that accused had lost horses before and
found them on the common. There was
a chestnut gelding on the common as well
as a chestnut filly.
To Inspector Gray : I he were looking
for a chestnut mare he would not ask for
a chestnut horse.
John M Donald stated that he resided
at Murrabit About 11 am on the 17th
of December accused came to his place
and asked for leave to run some horses
into the yard. He wanted to have a look
them around the yard and broke one out
of the mob He was looking at a chest
nut which eventually jumped the ateand
got away. Accused got on his horse and
To Mr O Brien : He was well known in
he district and it was generally known
that he was manager of the Murrabit
Common. He had been there for over 20
years He had charge of the horses on
the Murrabit common. He thought it
AN OPEN LETTER TO DR. ELLIS, M.L.A. (Article), The Sun (Kalgoorlie, WA : 1898 - 1919), Sunday 20 November 1904 [Issue No.323] page 6 2020-03-31 15:31 .of the members of the P.L. Party, and
their wives (principally the wives) and ,
your conduct from your entry there, j
until tho present moment, shows plain- !
on the' stomach of all those who choose
to run in opposition against you. j
whom the Labor piirty of Coolgardic
a -free hand, and in your ignorance- and
day, no- matter how low lie had sunk
had lie sunk to as low a level as you
. John Thomas.
just and right, and sink his own- iden
tity to become a minion and a liar,:
just to please the whims arid fancies of
men, who . are fit only and well fitted
to occupy the closest .cells land the
knowing as "lie well knows that not
pected you weregoingto do
Domoeracy gave you a length of rope
arid for that' matter 1 wouldn't pass
but when in conies to calling the crea
goodness and 'greatness, the hope of
to-day and eternity in a man's breast-
Refuso to be Sworn ! Most
and loyalty, and present . to him op-
portun ties for advancement in liis
The Prison 'does .not contain
Criminals 'in the State.
that on his release lie will have such
. Summed up thus, for some, a demo
cratic career, brief, not brilliant, arid
, > - ; Coolgardie.
of the members of the P.L. Party, and
their wives (principally the wives) and
your conduct from your entry there,
until the present moment, shows plain-
on the stomach of all those who choose
to run in opposition against you.
whom the Labor party of Coolgardie
a free hand, and in your ignorance and
day, no matter how low he had sunk
had lhe sunk to as low a level as you
John Thomas.
just and right, and sink his own iden
tity to become a minion and a liar,
just to please the whims and fancies of
men, who are fit only and well fitted
to occupy the closest cells and the
knowing as he well knows that not
pected you were going to do
Domocracy gave you a length of rope
and for that matter I wouldn't pass
but when in comes to calling the crea
goodness and greatness, the hope of
to-day and eternity in a man's breast,
Refuse to be Sworn ! Most
you could prevail on pioneer Drayton
and loyalty, and present to him op-
portunities for advancement in his
The Prison does not contain
Criminals in the State.
that on his release he will have such
Summed up thus, for some, a demo
cratic career, brief, not brilliant, and
Coolgardie.
ABOUT BEE FARMING. The Fernbank Bee Farm. (Article), Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954), Saturday 5 November 1904 [Issue No.1,839] page 8 2020-03-30 23:07 The Fernbank Bee Farjn.
-Dear Aunt- Gonme,—
mountains. We have ' the bees in hives that
hold ten frames. When we- extract the honey
we put the combs back again 10 ne renuc-u
they are placed -in a" comb bucket which holds
twenty, ready .to be. uncapped. They are then,
placed.. In the extractor after being uncapped,
and when we turn the -handle the baskets hold
ing the frames revolve 'at a ' great speed which
blows the honey ofit on the sides of the ex
tractor. We. have three large tanks to tola
of cither things used on a bee farm. We are
five come out in one hour. When tbey swarm
not fly. After a little while the bees come hack
is an empty hive . on the'- old stand. As soon
as the bees start- to go in wa lift the cage ct
the queen and she goes in with them- When
we go amongst the "bees we wear a veil. We
father sends a lot of- queens away to places
boxes in perforated leather . mail bags. Hop
CATHERINE -VICTOKIA
The Fernbank Bee Farm.
Dear Aunt Connie,—
mountains. We have the bees in hives that
hold ten frames. When we extract the honey
we put the combs back again to be refilled.
they are placed in a comb bucket which holds
twenty, ready to be uncapped. They are then
placed In the extractor after being uncapped,
and when we turn the handle the baskets hold
ing the frames revolve at a great speed which
blows the honey out on the sides of the ex
tractor. We. have three large tanks to hold
of other things used on a bee farm. We are
five come out in one hour. When they swarm
not fly. After a little while the bees come back
is an empty hive on the old stand. As soon
as the bees start to go in we lift the cage of
the queen and she goes in with them. When
we go amongst the bees we wear a veil. We
father sends a lot of queens away to places
boxes in perforated leather mail bags. Hop
CATHERINE VICTORIA PENGLASE
KILDARY. (Article), The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser (West Wyalong, NSW : 1894 - 1895; 1899 - 1906), Tuesday 18 October 1904 [Issue No.82] page 2 2020-03-30 22:45 Kiltiart.
Mr. OBiien the Victorian speculator
who bought th* Democrat mine Kil
dary somi timeago, is at present on a
KILDARY
Mr. OBrien the Victorian speculator
who bought the Democrat mine Kil-
dary some time ago, is at present on a
KILDARY. (Article), The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser (West Wyalong, NSW : 1894 - 1895; 1899 - 1906), Tuesday 30 August 1904 [Issue No.68] page 2 2020-03-30 10:55 EILDARY.
the Kildary field. Tbe Echuca syndioate
True Blue, Hit or Miss end another mine,
making in ali a total of 19 acres, are doing
prospects ef highly payable lodea being
In the TJndjunted work is progressing at
the I26ft level, where a level hai been ex
In the True Blue the levels bare been
at a depth of 90ft. There is a 9-inoh reef
of geod quality stone, six tons of which is
at grass. Tbe manager recently treated
GO tons of mullock for a yield of I3|ozs of
Weathead and Party are working a
levels at a depth of 40ft. They bare a
At McGeogb's mine a payabio quality of
ore is being raised. Tbe nnw battery has
been giving good results, thouith it has
KILDARY.
the Kildary field. The Echuca syndicate
True Blue, Hit or Miss and another mine,
making in all a total of 19 acres, are doing
prospects ef highly payable lodes being
In the Undaunted work is progressing at
the I26ft level, where a level has been ex
In the True Blue the levels have been
at a depth of 90ft. There is a 9-inch reef
of good quality stone, six tons of which is
at grass. The manager recently treated
50 tons of mullock for a yield of I3¼ozs of
Westhead and Party are working a
levels at a depth of 40ft. They have a
At McGeogb's mine a payable quality of
ore is being raised. The new battery has
been giving good results, though it has
KILDARY. ("ADVOCATE" SPECIAL.) (Article), The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette (NSW : 1900 - 1928), Saturday 13 August 1904 [Issue No.119] page 2 2020-03-29 12:42 • The Echuc.-i uiid Kildury G'. M. Co.
has put through Mr McGeoch'a battwy
n q uantity of mullock for# return of
5 dwta per foil. The cnpulllo manager
of the company, Mi- G, . Penglase,. is
puHliiiift nuiiorii .A.-tiergeticfilly alien!
unci good iVsults ara exp.-ctoJ to
accrue to ifru coiujmny'tj operation'.
The Echuca and Kildary G. M. Co.
has put through Mr McGeoch's battery
a quantity of mullock for a return of
5 dwts per ton. The capable manager
of the company, Mr C. Penglase, is
pushing matters energetically ahead
and good results are expected to
secure the company's operations.
ITEMS OF NEWS. (Article), Kalgoorlie Miner (WA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 6 August 1904 [Issue No.2767] page 6 2020-03-29 12:31 o'cock yesterday afternoon a sensa
breakinig, the horse did a further
o'clock yesterday afternoon a sensa
breaking, the horse did a further

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