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FAILED TO PAY RAILWAY FARE. (Article), The Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Observer (NSW : 1898 - 1954), Friday 16 August 1946 page 8 2019-11-09 17:00 ! I'AILRD TO PAY RAILWAY FARE.
Mr. J. A. MeNamara, on behalf of
against Thbnias Clyde Melville on a
ticket when travelling 011 the North
Gloucester, on April 17. he produced
, an authority showing an availability
I from Casino to Sydney. The name
on the ticket portion of the author
[ itv had been altered, and defendant
'he ticket was Harden. Defendant,
vho was in uniform, signed an
authority for- payment of the fare,
Defendant was fined £1, with S/
court costs and £1/18/7 witness ex
! penses.
FAILED TO PAY RAILWAY FARE.
Mr. J. A. MCNamara, on behalf of
against Thomas Clyde Melville on a
ticket when travelling on the North
Gloucester, on April 17, he produced
an authority showing an availability
from Casino to Sydney. The name
on the ticket portion of the author-
ity had been altered, and defendant
the ticket was Harden. Defendant,
who was in uniform, signed an
authority for payment of the fare,
Defendant was fined £1, with 8/-
court costs and £1/18/7 witness ex-
penses.
FAILED TO PAY RAILWAY FARE. (Article), The Manning River Times and Advocate for the Northern Coast Districts of New South Wales (Taree, NSW : 1898 - 1954), Wednesday 14 August 1946 [Issue No.9560] page 2 2019-11-09 16:48 charge of failing to pay a railway t
vy-llliaiu V-U&, a uvnvi cinuiiuci,
stationed at South Graftou, said that,
when he asked Melville for liisj
Coasl Mail between Dungpg and1
Gloucester, on April 17, he pTpduced
an authority showing an availability1
on the ticket portion of the author
'he ticket was Harden. Defendant,
vho was in uniform, signed an
;',uthority for payment of the far*,
'whifch *was £2/17/2. He did not
Defendant was fined £1, with 8/
charge of failing to pay a railway
William Cox, a ticket examiner,
stationed at South Grafton, said that,
when he asked Melville for his
Coasl Mail between Dungog and
Gloucester, on April 17, he produced
an authority showing an availability
on the ticket portion of the author-
the ticket was Harden. Defendant,
who was in uniform, signed an
authority for payment of the fare,
which was £2/17/2. He did not
Defendant was fined £1, with 8/-
NEIGHBORS Murrumburrah-Harden (Article), Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1954), Thursday 7 August 1952 page 2 2019-11-08 14:07 The death occurred of, an old
^nd highly , Respected citizen,
Thomas Melville He died, BUd--
denly at his borne. Swift street,
pardehj ,He 'pulsed 'away 'eight
^vearst tat ha day after his 33
Jrcars', service s in ' tha ^ Railways
Department tiie^ was, born at
Granville.^and entered jthe^er
vjee p( file raiiway as a fitter and
turner t He xe^red after Attaia
inff the rank,, of. District Loco
motive Engineer The late Mr
Si^lyJllejWM keeiily-ihfer^sted' in
J$asQnt? ^fia^Hg-^s^jmemj
ber of the Masonic r Order f for
^'flTy^jf ,tbe Ume
pf his^d^h, was fi l?ast Master
oMiOd^Federa^ Mupu'mbvu^ah
lle^wah a'f Distrjct Inspector of
'Wprklngs in the Mas?nic( Order
In his youngei; days, Tpm,MQl
,ville was rioted In the Sydney
area^ as a tike r^de£.and road
cycl^ race^, jOjid, heiaf^iny re
cords .H^wasj alsj' d ia$»n. rifle
jnan up. to^ a few, -ye^rs^ago-^e
was an enthusiastic.0 member of
thejocal Bowls Club, and it,took
a very wet ,day tp keep Tom «ff
the green. The. funeral was
largely attended by representa
tives,- from all^district walks* of
life More, than; 60 cars accomj
panied thejuneral cortege after
it left fhe JJoss. I^enKflal Church
for the ^JRrcsbyterian portion of
the Murrumburrah cemetery
Pr.lor to a, service in the -Ross
Memorial (Churchy conductedw^by
R?v J jWiOMUler, a I^idge-iof
?Sorrow was held in jthe local
Masonic- T-emple At the .ceme
tery, Rev sillier offlcu-te(i p^tbe
gra.ves,ldei and tributes were^lso
^ald. l^ere by Masonic and Pro
testant Alliance pf&cials The
\ate,£lr He\ville is survived, by
his .wjkiow, ,Mrs Edith, Melville,
and daughters 40Dert* t B°o
|ble,' Mrs E ,,W, Qale, oi Bath
uryst), Connie (Mrs J Franklin,
Castw^od), Flpssle ,(Mrs V
Caldwell* Annarjda.le) , and sons
Ai'x (Goulburn) v,Tpm (Har
jd^n), jpd Ray (Mprrurundi) l
Jonee
The death occurred of an old
and highly respected citizen,
Thomas Melville. He died sud-
denly at his home, Swift street,
Harden. He passed away eight
years to the day after his 33
years', service in the Railways
Department. He was was born at
Granville and entered the ser-
vice of the railway as a fitter and
turner. He retired after attain-
ing the rank of District Loco-
motive Engineer. The late Mr.
Melville was keenly interested in
Masonic affairs. He was a mem-
ber of the Masonic Order for
over 30 years, and at the time
of his death, was a Past Master
of Lodge Federal Murrumburrah.
He was a District Inspector of
Worklngs in the Masonic Order.
In his younger days, Ton Mel-
ville was noted In the Sydney
area as a bike rider and road
cyce racer, and held many re-
cords. He was also a keen rifle-
man up to a few years ago. He
was an enthusiastic member of
the local Bowls Club, and it took
a very wet day tp keep Tom off
the green. The funeral was
largely attended by representa-
tives from all district walks of
life. More than 60 cars accom-
panied the funeral cortege after
it left fhe Ross Memorial Church
for the Presbyterian portion of
the Murrumburrah cemetery.
Prlor to a service in the Ross
Memorial Church, conducted by
Rev J. W. Miller, a Lodge of
Sorrow was held in the local
Masonic Temple. At the ceme-
tery, Rev Miller offlciated at the
graveside and tributes were also
pald there by Masonic and Pro-
testant Alliance officials. The
late, Mr Melville is survived by
his widow, Mrs Edith Melville,
and daughters Roberta ("Bob-
bie," Mrs. E. W. Gale, of Bath-
urst); Connie (Mrs. J. Franklin,
Eastwood); Flossle, (Mrs. V.
Caldwell, Annandale); and sons
Alex (Goulburn); Tom (Har-
den); and Ray (Murrurundi).
Junee
acre for the 301-acre property.
In a Nutshell NEWS AND NOTES (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Monday 24 December 1923 page 1 2019-11-07 11:02 on Wnlbundiilo TOfcd, Albury, about
Injured. ,
d-'ad and J. A. Colley, of WiJla, and
Claude Coulter, manager of the Com
n the road near the car, by Mr .Fred
where tho injured men received med
ocame bent and that the car turned
omersauU. No particulars are yet
availabl0, as the two men aro still un
on Walbundrie road, Albury, about
injured.
dead and J. A. Colley, of Walla, and
Claude Coulter, manager of the Com-
on the road near the car, by Mr .Fred
Voss.
where the injured men received med-
ecame bent and that the car turned
omersault. No particulars are yet
available, as the two men are still un
ALBURY & DISTRICT. (Article), Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1881 - 1938), Friday 29 February 1924 page 22 2019-11-07 10:54 the' inquiry into* the death of Edward
James Collins, which resulted aftor a
Mexander Colloy, master butcher,
Walla, stated that ho loft Walbundrie
between 4 and '5 o'clock on tho after
by -deceased, tho other passongor being
L. C. Coulter, of tho Commercial Bank,
everything went well until a poinX
stage his memory failed him, anil ho
as to how tho accidont happened. He
did: not remember anything until four
tho' accident, the car was travelling at
tho rate of 17 or- 18 .miles per hour,
and (he road wns rather rough in
places. Doceasecl was driving carefully
and had been. out with him before, and
ago. Alfred Voss, rarmor, Walla, gave
.evidence that he discovered tho in
jured occupants of tho car on tnft
Walla- Walbundi'io road between 7.30
and 8 p.m. on December 21. four miles'
,from Walla. The coroner- found thut
an ucc-dt-nl cause:! by tho. overturning
of a motor car on' the WallaWalbun
drio road on December 21, 1,23. '' i
the inquiry into the death of Edward
James Collins, which resulted after a
Alexander Colley, master butcher,
Walla, stated that he left Walbundrie
between 4 and 5 o'clock on the after
by deceased, the other passenger being
L. C. Coulter, of the Commercial Bank,
everything went well until a point
stage his memory failed him, and he
as to how the accident happened. He
did not remember anything until four
the accident, the car was travelling at
tho rate of 17 or 18 miles per hour,
and the road was rather rough in
places. Deceased was driving carefully
and had been out with him before, and
ago. Alfred Voss, farmer, Walla, gave
evidence that he discovered the in-
jured occupants of the car on the
Walla-Walbundrie road between 7.30
and 8 p.m. on December 21. four miles
from Walla. The coroner found that
an accident caused by the overturning
of a motor car on the Walla-Walbun
drive road on December 21, 1,23.
Sudden Death On Ryde Railway Station. (Article), The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), Saturday 5 June 1920 [Issue No.2642] page 1 2019-11-04 20:14 tirob blacksmith, liding in Faicon-street,
?,yie, died suddenly lat the railway sta
that Mr. btelille was noticed to be in a
otato of collapse, anli one of the porters
wernt to secure a glass of water for him.
Whop the porter returned Mr. Melville
wan tead. Subsequeiit'ly, Dr. Rogers view
oil te 1 hody and thennatter was reported
to? tho"Coroser.
tired blacksmith, living in Faicon-street,
Ryde, died suddenly at the railway sta-
that Mr. Melville was noticed to be in a
state of collapse, and one of the porters
went to secure a glass of water for him.
When the porter returned Mr. Melville
was dead. Subsequently, Dr. Rogers view-
ed the body and the matter was reported
to the Coroner.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1930), Saturday 5 June 1920 [Issue No.12814] page 10 2019-11-04 20:09 (MELVILLE.— June 2nd, 1920, at his daughter's resi-
donee- Falconer St., Rydc, Robert, aged 72 years, sud
denly: lato of Granville.
MELVILLE.— June 2nd, 1920, at his daughter's resi-
dence, Falconer St., Ryde, Robert, aged 72 years, sud-
denly: late of Granville.
IN BANKRUPTCY. Re William Andrew Paton, of South Gundagai, farmer. (Government Gazette Private Notices), Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), Friday 16 January 1925 [Issue No.8] page 347 2019-10-26 11:47 In 4Iie 1§\iprem^ Ooupfc ef Kew South Wal^s. (24/573)
Re William Antow Patow, of South Gundagai,
NOTICE is hereby given that the-Single Me&tijigof
creditors in the aboy# matter will be' held at the
Court-liouse, Gundagai, before the District iteghstfav.
in bankruptcy, on the 2nd day of February, 1925, < ai
10 a.m., or as soon after as the course of business wilj.
penult*. T-q entitle a creditor to irate thereat, his proof
EJiziiheth-street, Bydney, not later tlipji thp 28th (3ay
of Januasy, 1035.
N. G. PILCHKE,
Official Assignee—AVimjam Harrington Palmf.r.
In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. (24,573)
Re William Andrew Paton, of South Gundagai,
NOTICE is hereby given that the Single Meeting of
creditors in the above matter will be held at the
Court-house, Gundagai, before the District Registrar
in Bankruptcy, on the 2nd day of February, 1925, at
10 a.m., or as soon after as the course of business will
permit. To entitle a creditor to vote thereat, his proof
Elizabeth-street, Sydney, not later than the 28th day
of January, 1925.
N. G. PILCHER,
Official Assignee—William Harrington Palmer.
£50 Bank Note SALESMAN CHARGED WITH STEALING. SEQUEL TO JUNEE ARREST. SYDNEY, Tuesday. (Article), Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Wednesday 12 August 1925 page 2 2019-10-23 13:05 At the) North Sydney Police Court,
Schwrivert Lacoato, or Sully, was com
mitted for trial on-a charge of having
was given that the accused was arrest
vhicli were put in as evidence, Lacoste
said that if ho wanted to rob Steele
alleged to have said: 'The charge is
a irame up. j. was auout towu i ur a
weejc afterwards and they did not ar
rdst me.'
said Lacoste was iji his employ as a
which he liad been asked to bank, La
coste; said, according to witness: 'I
took yie £50 with me last night to my
morrow. '» He did not return the mon
ey-
he had driven LacoBte to several
note at'« number of hotels.
At the North Sydney Police Court,
Schwriven Lacoste, or Sully, was com-
mitted for trial on a charge of having
was given that the accused was arrest-
which were put in as evidence, Lacoste
said that if he wanted to rob Steele
alleged to have said: "The charge is
a frame up. I was about town for a
week afterwards and they did not ar-
rest me."
said Lacoste was in his employ as a
which he had been asked to bank, La
coste said, according to witness: "I
took the £50 with me last night to my
morrow." He did not return the mon-
ey.
he had driven Lacoste to several
note at number of hotels.
CHARGE OF STEALING £50-note Involved (Article), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Tuesday 11 August 1925 page 2 2019-10-23 13:00 CHARGE OF STEALING '
At tihe North Sydney police cotiit
Schvllner Lacoste, or Sully, was com
niitted tolr trial on a charge of hliav
ing stolefi al £50 bank noteo the. pro
perty ofa Henry RIobert Steele. Police
arrested at, Junee. According to de.
positions .taken iat the Wagga courit.
whilch iwere put in as evidence; 'La
ceosto said: i hel had wanted to rob
'Steele lie could have taken £150
whicih he had in his charge: Lacoste
was .ilso alleged to have said,t "the
chalrge is a frailouip I was; about
town for'. a: weekl . ,afterwards and
they diildt arrest :'me.
,~ ~~~~~~~ ,' .: , . .. .: = .:
CHARGE OF STEALING
At the North Sydney police court
Schvlner Lacoste, or Sully, was com-
mitted forr trial on a charge of hav-
ing stolen a £50 bank note the pro-
perty of Henry Robert Steele. Police
arrested at, Junee. According to de-
positions taken at the Wagga court,
whilch were put in as evidence, La
cost said if he had wanted to rob-
Steele he could have taken £150
whicih he had in his charge. Lacoste
was also alleged to have said, "the
charge is a frameup. I was about
town for a weekl afterwards and
they didn't arrest me.

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