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1 JohnWarren 6,130,615
2 noelwoodhouse 4,039,506
3 DonnaTelfer 3,562,108
4 Rhonda.M 3,550,093
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
...
1397 MARGPEKIN 28,491
1398 bryon 28,458
1399 RomaO 28,438
1400 VickiD 28,384
1401 SimonHamlet 28,377
1402 doug.butcher 28,349

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May 2020 206
April 2020 321
March 2020 1,526
February 2020 755
October 2019 417
September 2019 311
August 2019 6
July 2019 1,897
January 2019 34
October 2018 32
September 2018 628
August 2018 161
December 2017 1,119
November 2017 951
July 2017 522
June 2017 417
May 2017 1,221
April 2017 3,566
March 2017 2,103
June 2016 8
March 2016 1,445
February 2016 864
September 2015 26
August 2015 821
July 2015 140
January 2015 57
July 2014 301
June 2014 73
April 2014 237
January 2014 84
November 2013 14
October 2013 506
September 2013 1,846
August 2013 944
July 2013 264
April 2013 247
March 2013 432
December 2012 152
November 2012 15
June 2012 72
April 2012 204
January 2012 88
December 2011 158
November 2011 74
October 2011 766
September 2011 1,454
August 2011 899

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1 JohnWarren 6,130,413
2 noelwoodhouse 4,039,506
3 DonnaTelfer 3,562,082
4 Rhonda.M 3,550,080
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
...
1394 MARGPEKIN 28,487
1395 bryon 28,416
1396 SimonHamlet 28,377
1397 VickiD 28,361
1398 doug.butcher 28,349
1399 Veronica11 28,319

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April 2020 305
March 2020 1,526
February 2020 755
October 2019 417
September 2019 311
August 2019 6
July 2019 1,897
January 2019 34
October 2018 32
September 2018 628
August 2018 161
December 2017 1,119
November 2017 951
July 2017 522
June 2017 416
May 2017 1,216
April 2017 3,566
March 2017 2,102
June 2016 8
March 2016 1,445
February 2016 864
September 2015 26
August 2015 821
July 2015 140
January 2015 57
July 2014 301
June 2014 73
April 2014 237
January 2014 84
November 2013 14
October 2013 506
September 2013 1,846
August 2013 944
July 2013 264
April 2013 247
March 2013 432
December 2012 152
November 2012 15
June 2012 72
April 2012 204
January 2012 88
December 2011 158
November 2011 74
October 2011 766
September 2011 1,454
August 2011 899

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1 jaybee67 408,311
2 GeoffMMutton 240,736
3 PhilThomas 145,472
4 mickbrook 115,362
5 DavoChiss 113,422
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1263 tina1 23
1264 tletts 23
1265 VickiD 23
1266 Windschu 23
1267 cmcpartl [NLA] 22

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REPATRIATION EXECUTIVE AMD GENERAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS. A Big Fund to Distribute. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 9 July 1920 [Issue No.903] page 4 2020-05-23 20:30 REPHRIATIOH
EXECUTIVE AMD GENERAL COM
An executive meeting of the For
bes Repatriation Committee was
held in the council chambers on Wed
nesday afternoon last, there being
present Messrs C. R, Thomson (pre
sident), G. Thornton, W. Rath, T.
M. Dunn, Rev. H. H. Mrrington and
the Secretary (Mr 0. F. C-Ledez).
FUNDS HOW. i
Therq -were two applications for J
cash assistance for land settlers be
fore the meeting, but owing to the
lack of fundB these had to be de

clined.
but the secretary's' explanation in
each, instance was deemed satisfac
tory. In one in which Mr Grimm
had interested himself in it was sub
mitted that no voucher had been
submitted to head office, but the sec
retary said he was in a position to
disprove this, and a copy of the ac
count and the date sent is to be fur
nished to next meeting,'' while a
I duplicate account is to be rendered
| the Department.
establish a certain business in For
bes was referred to the committee by
the Sydney head office, and a sub
committee was appointed to inquire
into the prospects and make a re
port, when it is probable the appli
cants will be invited to come to
REPATRIATION
EXECUTIVE AND GENERAL COM
An executive meeting of the Forbes
Repatriation Committee was
held in the council chambers on
Wednesday afternoon last, there being
present Messrs C. R. Thomson
(president), G. Thornton, W. Rath, T.
M. Dunn, Rev. H. H. Mirrington and
the Secretary (Mr O. F. C-Ledez).
FUNDS LOW.
There were two applications for
cash assistance for land settlers before
the meeting, but owing to the
lack of funds these had to be

declined.
but the secretary's explanation in
each instance was deemed satisfactory.
In one in which Mr Grimm
had interested himself in it was
submitted that no voucher had been
submitted to head office, but the
secretary said he was in a position to
disprove this, and a copy of the
account and the date sent is to be
furnished to next meeting, while a
duplicate account is to be rendered
the Department.
establish a certain business in
Forbes was referred to the committee by
the Sydney head office, and a
subcommittee was appointed to inquire
into the prospects and make a
report, when it is probable the
applicants will be invited to come to
FORBES F. AND S. ASSOCIATION MEETING OF MEMBERS. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Tuesday 20 July 1920 [Issue No.906] page 1 2020-05-23 20:17 Forbes Farmers and Settlers' Associa
tion was held on Saturday afternoon,
\V. H. Sly, R. J. Heaney, W. R. Thom
as, G. Thornton, W. G. Uphill, P.
Ledger, ana J. C. Keane (secretary).
a letter from the Secretary to the .
sufficient work to warrant the erec
tion of a crane at Gareema Siding.
give the necessary support. ,
Messrs F. Hayward and W. H. Sly .
were appointed delegates to the an
nual conference in Sydney.
GRAjWLIN WEIGHBRIDGE.
weighbridge at Grawlin Siding. Graw
Iin was one of the. finest sidings on
the Forbes-StOckinbingal line, as
~ Mr M'Namara said there was a
very large arek under crop in the vi
cinitv. Residents of . Yumeena and
niattur before the Forbes branch and
Mr Thornton,' in seconding the
motion, said a weighbridge at Graw
lin was a necessity.
Railway Clonjiaigsioaer, he said that
the buildingVoFniie 'weighbridges
would depend on Whether the-:Gov
ernment would make available a sum
Mr W. R: -Thomas, in seconding
The motion was carried. '
men on the land by Messrs H. 0. El
liott, W. H. Sly, and H. P. Melville,
worked .very hard in their efforts to
large landholders during a very try
ing time.
Forbes Farmers and Settlers' Association
was held on Saturday afternoon,
\V. H. Sly, R. J. Heaney, W. R. Thomas,
G. Thornton, W. G. Uphill, P.
Ledger, and J. C. Keane (secretary).
a letter from the Secretary to the
sufficient work to warrant the erection
of a crane at Garema Siding.
give the necessary support.
Messrs F. Hayward and W. H. Sly
were appointed delegates to the
annual conference in Sydney.
GRAWLIN WEIGHBRIDGE.
weighbridge at Grawlin Siding. Grawlin
was one of the finest sidings on
the Forbes-Stockinbingal line, as
Mr M'Namara said there was a
very large area under crop in the
vicinity. Residents of Yumeena and
matter before the Forbes branch and
Mr Thornton, in seconding the
motion, said a weighbridge at
Grawlin was a necessity.
Railway Commissioner, he said that
the building of the weighbridge
would depend on whether the
Government would make available a sum
Mr W. R. Thomas, in seconding
The motion was carried.
men on the land by Messrs H. 0.
Elliott, W. H. Sly, and H. P. Melville,
worked very hard in their efforts to
large landholders during a very
trying time.
METHODIST CHURCH SYNOD. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Friday 5 November 1920 [Issue No.927] page 6 2020-05-23 20:01 The-Western District Synod of the
Methodist Church opens at Parkes 011
Tuesday next, under the chairman
ship of the Rev. G. Watkin Purner.
dealt with, and the sessions will con
tinue till Thursday evening or Fri
day. Rev. L. Peacock goes to Paikes
to assist with some of the Synod ser
vices on Sunday, and the Rev. Harry
Haynes, of Peak Hill, will be .the
preacher at Forbes", morning and
p.m. . Messrs. J. T. Woods and Geo.
Thornton will be the lay representa
tives at the Synod for the Forbes
Circuit. .
The Western District Synod of the
Methodist Church opens at Parkes on
Tuesday next, under the chairmanship
of the Rev. G. Watkin Furner.
dealt with, and the sessions will continue
till Thursday evening or Friday.
Rev. L. Peacock goes to Parkes
to assist with some of the Synod
services on Sunday, and the Rev. Harry
Haynes, of Peak Hill, will be the
preacher at Forbes, morning and
p.m. Messrs. J. T. Woods and Geo.
Thornton will be the lay representatives
at the Synod for the Forbes
Circuit.
FARMERS AND WHEAT A STRONG PROTECT. Minister for Agriculture Criticised. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Tuesday 28 September 1920 [Issue No.916] page 3 2020-05-23 18:15 FARMERS ADD WHEAT
A STRONG- PROTECT.
At the meeting of Forbes broach of!
tho Formers and Settlors' Association
on Saturday afternoon, Mr G. Thornton |
said he wished to make a protest -eon- i
corning the wheat pool. At Conference!
.delegates that two farmers would be
appointed to the .State Wheat Board,
giving the farmers a majority, a mat
ter which was entirely satisfactory to
the farmers. However, a few'days ago I
it was* announced that it was deoided to
a farmer, who must be a Labor support
er, and the other a wheat-lumpor. He
wanted to know what qualifications a,
wheat-lumpef had for. the position, ex
cept to see that the fannors did not get
object to this eleventh-hour alteration.]
majority on the Board. In Forbes dis
trict, as well as in other districts dur
ing the bad times, there wore many ap
plications for assistance, the reason be
ing that the farmers had been robbed
tcir wheat. In the past many men who
were connected with tho wheat hand-(
ling were rogues without any qualifica
tions so. far as honest wheat dealing
could have, been sold two years ago for
nis ml. They should lodge a strong pro
test against any alteration of the Wheat
Boar(1 "'as a terrible thing. It
secondary. consideration. .
Air Thornton: Secondary considera
tion! Why they are not considered at
j Ml.
and said the. farmers would have every
consideration. What were they to do
I Labor Part>r was evidently aiming
'' c eontrol of the Wheat Board. Tho
two extra men to be app'ojnted had to
(give undertakings that they favored tho
i i-abor Government. They would be ap
pointed without any argument, but tho
farmers';representatives had to be bal

nnnn for:'..Tho Jobs T>uld be worth
*1000 a year. Without seeking advice
from the farmers; the Minister had
wiped out his undertaking, and had «iv
on the control of the Wheat Board to
^1' H; Sly Sliid that as a- member
416-applications had been lodged at'
Forbes, an,d reliof amounting to £60,000
lwd been granted. Some of thje moa,
w o had applied for relief were amongst
the best favors .-in.Forbes district.
They had to seek assistance becauso
they, had been robbed of portion of the
proceeds of; their wheat. He hoped the
farmer., would object to the proposal of
Mr Htaney: 3Tou need not worry
about that. v
Mi Kqa.no said the Government was
the farmers. After the farmers return
ed home at the conclusion of the coa

fcrencc, Mr Dunn had evidently gone
to Woolloomooloo to search for a wheat
: lumper. Messrs Storey and Dooley,
I m*do a 8rcat song as to what they were!
going to do, wero now being led by the
red-raggers. The alteration of the'
yheat Board was a soro subject with
him, as he was heartily with tho farm
ers. He endorsed the motion,
statement regarding tho Minister's la
test intention was a tnistake. What did
a lumper know about, tho marketing of
it a condition to a man's,appointment
If th'c Minister decided to do as report
ed after making his promise, tho farm
ers should be informed,
Mr^Thornton said the matter had been
brought up in tho Legislative (Assem
bly. when the scheme to appoint two
extra men. to the Board was brought
pool if the Minister* persisted in alter

ing the Board.
Mr Thomas: A vory good idea.
Mr Hay ward' said that nt tho confer
ence he harl voted in favor of the con

tinuation of the wheat pool, principally
whom he took to be ait absolutely
could hardly credit that the proposed al

teration was correct. Mr Dunn had
Board, and also a representative on tho
Central Board in , Melbourne. If Mr
Dunn had turned round -and did what
was reported, ho could not again have
faith in him. . Ho would support tho
motion,
seconded "That this branch of the Far
mer.s and Settlers Association offers-tho
strongest protest agaiiwt tho personnel
01 the Wheat Board being increased, bo
tany the addition of two extra repre
sentatives on the Board for political
Further, that various branches of tho
F. and S. Association throughout, the
(Mate bo asked to give.thoir support."
The motion wis carried unanimously.
Tho secretary said that before send
ing tho circular to other branchos ho
socrotary, and ask for the facts of the
FARMERS AND WHEAT
A STRONG PROTEST.
At the meeting of Forbes branch of
the Farmers and Settlers' Association
on Saturday afternoon, Mr G. Thornton
said he wished to make a protest
concerning the wheat pool. At Conference
delegates that two farmers would be
appointed to the State Wheat Board,
giving the farmers a majority, a matter
which was entirely satisfactory to
the farmers. However, a few days ago
it was announced that it was decided to
a farmer, who must be a Labor supporter,
and the other a wheat-lumper. He
wanted to know what qualifications a
wheat-lumper had for the position,
except to see that the farmers did not get
object to this eleventh-hour alteration.
majority on the Board. In Forbes
district, as well as in other districts during
the bad times, there were many
applications for assistance, the reason
being that the farmers had been robbed
their wheat. In the past many men who
were connected with the wheat handling
were rogues without any qualifications
so far as honest wheat dealing
could have been sold two years ago for
bushel. They should lodge a strong protest
against any alteration of the Wheat
the Board was a terrible thing. It
secondary consideration.
Mr Thornton: Secondary consideration!
Why they are not considered at
all.
and said the farmers would have every
consideration. What were they to do.
The Labor Party was evidently aiming
at the control of the Wheat Board. The
two extra men to be appointed had to
give undertakings that they favored the
Labor Government. They would be
appointed without any argument, but the
farmers' representatives had to be

balloted for. The jobs would be worth
£1000 a year. Without seeking advice
from the farmers, the Minister had
wiped out his undertaking, and had given
the control of the Wheat Board to
Mr W. H. Sly said that as a member
416 applications had been lodged at
Forbes, and relief amounting to £60,000
had been granted. Some of thje men
who had applied for relief were amongst
the best farmers in Forbes district.
They had to seek assistance because
they had been robbed of portion of the
proceeds of their wheat. He hoped the
farmers would object to the proposal of
Mr Heaney: You need not worry
about that.
Mr Keane said the Government was
the farmers. After the farmers returned
ed home at the conclusion of the

conference, Mr Dunn had evidently gone
to Woolloomooloo to search for a wheat-
lumper. Messrs Storey and Dooley,
made a great song as to what they were
going to do, were now being led by the
red-raggers. The alteration of the
Wheat Board was a sore subject with
him, as he was heartily with the farmers
He endorsed the motion.
statement regarding the Minister's
latest intention was a mistake. What did
a lumper know about the marketing of
it a condition to a man's appointment
If the Minister decided to do as reported
after making his promise, the farmers
should be informed,
Mr Thornton said the matter had been
brought up in the Legislative Assembly,
when the scheme to appoint two
extra men to the Board was brought
pool if the Minister persisted in altering

the Board.
Mr Thomas: A very good idea.
Mr Hayward said that at the conference
he had voted in favor of the continuation

of the wheat pool, principally
whom he took to be an absolutely
could hardly credit that the proposed

alteration was correct. Mr Dunn had
Board, and also a representative on the
Central Board in Melbourne. If Mr
Dunn had turned round and did what
was reported, he could not again have
faith in him. He would support the
motion.
seconded "That this branch of the Farmers
and Settlers Association offers the
strongest protest against the personnel
of the Wheat Board being increased,
because the addition of two extra
representatives on the Board for political
Further, that various branches of the
F. and S. Association throughout the
State be asked to give.their support."
The motion was carried unanimously.
The secretary said that before sending
the circular to other branches he
secretary, and ask for the facts of the
MORE MACHINE GUNS. (Article), The Forbes Advocate (NSW : 1911 - 1954), Tuesday 7 December 1920 [Issue No.966] page 2 2020-05-23 17:44 trustees of the machine-gun to, be
gragong. If .permission is obtained,
Wowingraging School. Maicliine
trustees of the machine-gun to be
gragong. If permission is obtained,
Wowingraging School. Machine
GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. (Article), The Bacchus Marsh Express (Vic. : 1866 - 1945), Saturday 6 November 1869 [Issue No.175] page 3 2020-04-11 17:48 Tui ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Board
was held at the Board office on Mlonday, 1st inst.
Present-Messrs. Tweddle (Chairman), Maguiro,
Aitken-stroet bridge for ±14 lOs, was accepted.
[Mr. Brady took his scat.]
From J. M'tuinuess, P. Fallon, and M. Mark
ham, applying for the appointment of road
[Msssrs. Campbell, Morand, and Hlolmes took
their soeats.]-iMr. Miller thought the applications
premature, as at last meeting it was simply under
stood that the expediency of smaking any such
appointment would be considerod at this meeooting.
apply.-Mr. Thornton said if it were known that
mooeeting there would be several additional appli
cants, and although he agreed that it required a
day labouror to keep the roads in repair, he
chose to do so to apply for the appointment.-The
whero repairs were soon to be necessary the work
consult the Engineor.-The Engincor said this
above his control. If they wore so appointed, lie
would tenouder his resignation.-Mr. Morand, not
being hero at last moeeting, was at a loss to under
stvnd what was the object of appointing repairers.
giving the Engineer power to expend a sumn not
exceeding £3 a week in any subdivisionl' This
should be suflieient for repairs, and if anything
not sae to the carrying out of the works properly
the proper thing to do was to dismiss him.-Mr.
Campbell explained what his object was in sug
gesting this method of keeping the roads in
booeen prevented had there been some one resident
in the noighbourhood whose duty it would be to
-Mr. Holmes considered the £3 a week quite
sufficient to meet any such exponditure.-Mr:
Brady wanted to know if any complaints had beoon
£3 couldn't cover ?P-Movod by Mr. Maguire,
seconded by Mr. lill-" That the applications of
that they be appointed as road repairers."
Amendment moved by Mr. Morand-" That no
day labourers be appointed unless by the Engi
neer." It appeared to him that if there were any
would have one of his own choosing.-Mr. Brady,
in seconding the ameondment, said he had no
personal objection to Fallen or Markham.,-On
being put to the meeting, the amendmenut was
From Mr. J. Carroll, complaining of the difll
culty of getting from his place to the main road,
recommennonded by Messrs. Hamilton and Holmes,
Board.-Mr. Holmes explained what Mr. Carroll
complained of.-Mr. Morand moved that tenders
be invited for the alteration asked for.-Mr.
with this worklc at presout.-Mr. Morand having
extonsion of time for completion of works on the
From the Clerk to the Nowham Road Board,
this Board before the work was undertaken.
-" That the Clerk be instructed to state in reply
a resolution afflirming the desirability of abolishing
the present yiar.-Moved by Mr. Holmes, seconded
by Mr. Morand-" That this Board approves the
tihe manner in which the accounts of the Board
getting through their duties by tmhe form of
given for items of expenditure in different sub.
Blackwood road near Middle Gully required re
orection; that a new culvert, with stone foun
dations, abutments, and coverings, was required
on the Mount Alexander road, near the ouentrance
about 4 chains, which would cost about 10s.; that
he had taken the levels of portion of 1-Holmes's
increasing the cost.-Moved by Mr. Brady
alluded to in Engineer's report, Mr. Brady consi
dered it was very much more wanted than the
bridle track about which so much was said., The
move that tenders be invited for next meeooting for
-" That tenders be called for the erection of now
erection of this culvert; tondorers to state price
Balfour, it was decided that the drain being re
quired on the lower side of the road, could be of
Telegraph Hotel, before agreeing to edvance the
Subdivision for the repayment of the mondy.
Mr. Hill declined to sign any such guarantee.
Mr. Miller thought Mr. Gardnor's a reasonable
promissory noto.-The Chairman having likewise
Mr. Maguire, seconded by Mr. Campbell-" That
On the suggestion of Mr. Campbell, the Engi.
near was instructed to put a man on for a day or
James Kerr's, and to ellbct such necessary repairs
Mr. Miller said ise would like to bring under
the notice of the Board a matter which he con
sidered closely counected with the interests of the
money to enable the Board to complete the con
structios of the main roads in each district, so as
This would enable them to complete 8¼ miles of
the Lancofleld main road, fronm Conuell's corner
to the boundary of .the distriot, lie merely meu
tioned the matter now, so that members could
-Mr. Morand expressed himself strongly opposed
to this borrowing scheme.--Mr. Camphell thought
Subdivision being on this side of itiddell's Creek,
should have its share of attention.-'The matter
regard to old roadway in fiont of Johnson's,
Itiddell's Croek, whether it should be removed in
making thu new Lanceileld road. Ordered rot to
[Messrs. Brady, Hfolmos, and Morand left.]
it was decided to allow the works ou the
Accounts pssed amounting to £25 O. Od.
The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Board
was held at the Board office on Monday, 1st inst.
Present-Messrs. Tweddle (Chairman), Maguire,
Aitken-street bridge for £14 10s, was accepted.
[Mr. Brady took his seat.]
From J. M'Guinness, P. Fallon, and M. Markham,
applying for the appointment of road
[Messrs. Campbell, Morand, and Holmes took
their seats.]—Mr. Miller thought the applications
premature, as at last meeting it was simply understood
that the expediency of making any such
appointment would be considerod at this meeting.
apply.—Mr. Thornton said if it were known that
meeting there would be several additional applicants,
and although he agreed that it required a
day labourer to keep the roads in repair, he
chose to do so to apply for the appointment.—The
where repairs were seen to be necessary the work
consult the Engineer.—The Engineer said this
above his control. If they were so appointed, he
would tender his resignation.—Mr. Morand, not
being here at last moeeting, was at a loss to understand
what was the object of appointing repairers.
giving the Engineer power to expend a sum not
exceeding £3 a week in any subdivision? This
should be suflicient for repairs, and if anything
not see to the carrying out of the works properly
the proper thing to do was to dismiss him.—Mr.
Campbell explained what his object was in
suggesting this method of keeping the roads in
been prevented had there been some one resident
in the neighbourhood whose duty it would be to
—Mr. Holmes considered the £3 a week quite
sufficient to meet any such expenditure.—Mr:
Brady wanted to know if any complaints had been
£3 couldn't cover?—Moved by Mr. Maguire,
seconded by Mr. Hill—"That the applications of
that they be appointed as road repairers."—
Amendment moved by Mr. Morand—"That no
day labourers be appointed unless by the
Engineer." It appeared to him that if there were any
would have one of his own choosing.—Mr. Brady,
in seconding the amendment, said he had no
personal objection to Fallen or Markham.—On
being put to the meeting, the amendment was
From Mr. J. Carroll, complaining of the difficulty
of getting from his place to the main road,
recommended by Messrs. Hamilton and Holmes,
Board.—Mr. Holmes explained what Mr. Carroll
complained of.—Mr. Morand moved that tenders
be invited for the alteration asked for.—Mr.
with this work at present.—Mr. Morand having
extension of time for completion of works on the
From the Clerk to the Newham Road Board,
this Board before the work was undertaken.—
—"That the Clerk be instructed to state in reply
a resolution affirming the desirability of abolishing
the present year.—Moved by Mr. Holmes, seconded
by Mr. Morand—" That this Board approves the
the manner in which the accounts of the Board
getting through their duties by the form of
given for items of expenditure in different sub-
Blackwood road near Middle Gully required re-
erection; that a new culvert, with stone
foundations, abutments, and coverings, was required
on the Mount Alexander road, near the entrance
about 4 chains, which would cost about 10s. that
he had taken the levels of portion of Holmes's
increasing the cost.—Moved by Mr. Brady—
alluded to in Engineer's report, Mr. Brady
considered it was very much more wanted than the
bridle track about which so much was said. The
move that tenders be invited for next meeting for
—" That tenders be called for the erection of new
erection of this culvert; tenderers to state price
Balfour, it was decided that the drain being
required on the lower side of the road, could be of
Telegraph Hotel, before agreeing to advance the
Subdivision for the repayment of the money.—
Mr. Hill declined to sign any such guarantee.—
Mr. Miller thought Mr. Gardner's a reasonable
promissory note.—The Chairman having likewise
Mr. Maguire, seconded by Mr. Campbell—"That
On the suggestion of Mr. Campbell, the Engineer
was instructed to put a man on for a day or
James Kerr's, and to effect such necessary repairs
Mr. Miller said he would like to bring under
the notice of the Board a matter which he
considered closely connected with the interests of the
money to enable the Board to complete the
construction of the main roads in each district, so as
This would enable them to complete 3¼ miles of
the Lancefield main road, fronm Council's corner
to the boundary of the district. He merely
mentioned the matter now, so that members could
—Mr. Morand expressed himself strongly opposed
to this borrowing scheme.—Mr. Camphell thought
Subdivision being on this side of Riddell's Creek,
should have its share of attention.—The matter
regard to old roadway in front of Johnson's,
Riddell's Croek, whether it should be removed in
making the new Lancefield road. Ordered not to
[Messrs. Brady, Holmes, and Morand left.]
It was decided to allow the works on the
Accounts passed amounting to £25 0s 6d.
ITEMS OF NEWS. (Article), Mount Alexander Mail (Vic. : 1854 - 1917), Tuesday 9 November 1869 [Issue No.3320] page 2 2020-04-11 17:06 -A fatal nccidont occurred to Mr W. Thornton,
farmer, of Cnbbngo Troo Flat, near Gisborno. Mr
Thornton ; who had considerable skill and oxpertonco
as a veterinary surgeon, was handling a mare wlioa-
tho nuunnl ronrod and enmo down with both of its
forofeot upon Mr Thornton's chest. Di- Rigbye, of
KyiietoD, wna immediately telcgraphod for, nnd lost
no timo in responding to tho summons, but when
ho arrived nt Gisborno, Mr Thornton had breathed
liisln9t.. Doccascd wns n mombor of tho Gisborno
United District Ronnl.
A fatal accident occurred to Mr W. Thornton,
farmer, of Cabbage Tree Flat, near Gisborne. Mr
Thornton, who had considerable skill and experience
as a veterinary surgeon, was handling a mare when
the animal reared and came down with both of its
forefeet upon Mr Thornton's chest. Dr Rigbye, of
Kyneton, was immediately telegraphed for, and lost
no time in responding to the summons, but when
he arrived at Gisborne, Mr Thornton had breathed
his last. Deceased was a member of the Gisborne
United District Board.
GISBORNE. (Article), The Bacchus Marsh Express (Vic. : 1866 - 1945), Saturday 6 November 1869 [Issue No.175] page 3 2020-04-11 16:51 (RF?Oi OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)
Cabbago Treo. Mr. William Thornton, farmer,
had a mare brought to Mr. Foll's horse. Some
the deceased. An inquest is hold to.day. Only
to write more at largo on the above unfortunate
accidont. Mr. Thornton was a member of the
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)
Cabbage Tree. Mr. William Thornton, farmer,
had a mare brought to Mr. Fell's horse. Some
the deceased. An inquest is held to-day. Only
to write more at large on the above unfortunate
accident. Mr. Thornton was a member of the
Questions Answered. (Article), The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), Saturday 31 January 1880 [Issue No.1021] page 229 2020-04-03 20:31 M'Elhone), that the representations with respect to a selec
tion by Alexander Clyne had been referred to the proper
M'Elhone), that the representations with respect to a selection
by Alexander Clyne had been referred to the proper
LAW NOTICES. SUPREME COURT.—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 10 February 1881 [Issue No.13,374] page 6 2020-04-03 20:29 SUPREME COURT.-THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 10.
Banco Court.-Waugh v. Watson, part heard; Bate and another
Jury Court -Jones v. Munlclpul Council of Sydney, part heard ;
Prothonotai v 's OHice -I'oi taxation : Re R. W. Thompson,
gentleman, one, &c , at 10,30 ; alexander and anothci v. Evans,
nt 10.30; Brown and another v. Burnett, at 10.30; Ncwcomen
v. Coirigan, at 11 ¡ Kvciett v. Piitchard, at 12: same v, same,
plaintiff's costs, at 12 ; Pcute v. Coghlan, at 12.30.
SUPREME COURT.—THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 10.
Banco Court.—Waugh v. Watson, part heard; Bate and another
v. O'Brien, Lowe v. Kinchela.
Jury Court.— Jones v. Municipal Council of Sydney, part heard;
Lord v. Clyne, Delaney v. Carson, Madden v. Robertson.
Prothonotary's Office.—For taxation: Re R. W. Thompson,
gentleman, one, &c, at 10.30; Alexander and another v. Evans,
at 10.30; Brown and another v. Burnett, at 10.30; Newcomen
v. Corrigan, at 11; Everett v. Pritchard, at 12: same v. same,
plaintiff's costs, at 12; Peate v. Coghlan, at 12.30.

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