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INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. RULE NISI. (Article), The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Tuesday 28 April 1863 [Issue No.2331] page 2 2020-04-03 13:39 police court, yesterday, John Colquhoun was charged wITH
had not a pistol with him on the occasion referred to, but «oat
mitted, the pistol not being stated In the warrant tohbave been
Gallagher said On the evening named In the information I
want out to fetch some cattle ; a little girl was with me; I»
appear so long as the one the prisoner presented at me -Annie
police court, yesterday, John Colquhoun was charged with
had not a pistol with him on the occasion referred to, but that
is one which was taken from the prisoner's house, there was a
mitted, the pistol not being stated In the warrant to have been
Gallagher said; On the evening named In the information I
want out to fetch some cattle ; a little girl was with me; I do
appear so long as the one the prisoner presented at me - Annie
to warrant them in detaining the prisoner.
Advertising (Advertising), The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Thursday 5 September 1867 [Issue No.3014] page 1 2020-03-27 01:01 In the Will of PETER GALLAGHER, late of J«ok's
Sonth Wales, deoeased.
Creek aforesaid, the Exeoutrix therein named.
Dated this 30tb day of August, 1867.
6318 MaynB'Street, Murrurundi.
In the Will of PETER GALLAGHER, late of Jack's
South Wales, deceased.
Creek aforesaid, the Executrix therein named.
Dated this 30th day of August, 1867.
6318 Mayne-street, Murrurundi.
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. NEW INSOLVENTS. (Article), The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Saturday 21 November 1863 [Issue No.2420] page 4 2020-03-27 00:48 Obscene Language.-Peter Gallagher was brougbt
before the West Maitland polioe oonrt, on Wednesday,
charged with asing obscene language. The sitting
magistrate, aftor hearing the evidenoe, admonished the
OBSCENE LANGUAGE.-Peter Gallagher was brought
before the West Maitland police oourt, on Wednesday,
charged with using obscene language. The sitting
magistrate, after hearing the evidence, admonished the
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LIR[?] (Article), Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal (NSW : 1851 - 1904), Saturday 16 February 1856 [Issue No.161] page 2 2020-03-27 00:39 Moran, Lloyds (2) ; William Taylor Minstrel ;
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
LIBEL.
McIntosh for the defendant.
Mr. Mclntosh objected to the course pursued by Mr.
ter in its true position.
case, and at once dismissed it.
are respectfully invited to attend." The notice of
the alteration arrived too late.
by no means uncommon.
everywhere abundant, and the harvest has
Wellington. Whatever causes of complaint may
thriving and we trust will long continue so. Mr.
pondent.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. — WONDERFULCURE OF
diseases of the stomach and bowels.
Moran, Lloyds (2); William Taylor, Minstrel
Miller Fines Moffatt : John Mofatt Shaw,
Advertising (Advertising), The Armidale Chronicle (NSW : 1894 - 1929), Wednesday 29 October 1913 page 5 2020-03-21 19:49 A
PUBLIC. MEETING will he held in I
?t- j». the Council Chambers TO-MORROW.)
(THURSDAY) EVENING, to. definitely
take steps {or the Opening of a Fund in I
Aid of the Widow ana Family of the late |
Mr. Frank Foran. -The Mayor (Aid. '
Kearney) will preside. r522
A PUBLIC. MEETING will he held in
the Council Chambers TO-MORROW.)
(THURSDAY) EVENING, to definitely
take steps for the Opening of a Fund in
Aid of the Widow ana Family of the late
Mr. Frank Foran. The Mayor (Aid.
Kearney) will preside. r522
Local and General News. (Article), The Armidale Chronicle (NSW : 1894 - 1929), Wednesday 23 May 1917 page 4 2020-03-21 19:41 Ti,eE^TVi.OK Mn- GKOrtGE FORAN —
The death of Mr. Geo. Koran on Fri
^rele'of'we'V'"- rc(T""''" bY a wade
urcie of friends m the ArraidaJe and
bis manv<e<t»-riClM not onl> 1,0c!luse of
estimable personal qualities
but on account also of (he link with
hie SESTET is brokm by
hi. acmise. He was 77 vears of mrp

warf3"1/ Auslrafa wiicn only a few
(Irelandi ^In^ir 'J'S !lalive c°dnlry
bro-Fhi many foa7S

. erland from Grafton to Armidale in
there werTno molo?
Uuld 3™i,h r<M,d betw(,«> New Eng
1 ... tbe coast was in its most
b'l™ofCenm,ndi,i0n- His astonishing
[: i"a endurance in Uiese days are
,*L** -tat

-iuq grad-ualiv dimm
HonbfIes'^liie" e0f his ooHtcmporaries.
' experience gained in
l«i.~ tiAiiuneoce gained in
Icoll^U^etKrees^ld^o'^d
rertain f. '- ,,,01"'0" 3,1 f'/s associates,

pertain it is there was no heller known
man In Armir^nin j i.«

" I 0 :uure better known

ill the nuMie3'"' an.d his "cv)'s upon
an me public questions of the dav
.... mc puonc questions of the da'

ness* jSid^ew ct®m Uc stro'Shtforward'
ness and held with tcnacilv. After hi
»«« the road he conduct, ;
the Dan O'Connell Inn and the Rova

Mr el^n !T°

teiries in those days. Twenty veais

fvert re'lojiuished business, and has
CaffrevnS m- ^ He weddod Miss
can rev, of this city. The Issue was
I nrf"S" b. George, and Frank Foran
g llefMea), and Mr' Tom Foran M
^d"oy), and Mesdames G. Gallagher
oJrtl f'ci Highfleld (Armidale)
Pnnn /f/ Z'3??'1- and Miss Queeni
Foran (Armidale). The funeral too;
f™e, on Sunday afternoon, when

),rlmlarge a^embiage, including th
brethren of the M.U. Oddfellows, a
deCf,fd had been a member to
fasl™I(nt?WCd U,e remains to thei
StL?ssting-place in the Catholic Cem
etery. Mr. t. Crowley had,charge <i

the arrangements.
DEATH OF MR. GEORGE FORAN —
The death of Mr. Geo. Foran on Fri-
day night will be regretted by a wide
circle of friends in the Armidale and
adjoining districts, not only because of
his many estimable personal qualities
but on account also of the link with
the pioneering days which is broken by
his demise. He as 77 years of age,

and came to Australia when only a few
years of age from his native country
(Ireland). In his earlier years he
combined farming and carrying, and
brought many loads of merchandise

overland from Grafton to Armidale in
the days when there were no molor
cars and the road betweenNew Eng-
land and the coast was in its most
primitive condition. His astonishing
feats of endurance in these days are
vouched for by the gradually dimin-
ishing number of his contemporaries.
Doubtless the experience gained in
those roaring days gave him the large
collection of reminiscences, and clothed
his personality with a certain pictur-

esque ruggedness which impressed his

individuality upon all his associates.
Certain it is there was no better known
man in Armidale, and his views upon

all the public questions of the day

all the public questions of the day
were of characteristic straightforward-
ness and held with tenacity. After his

retirement from the road he conducted
the Dan O'Connell Inn and the Royal
Exchange Hotel, two well-known hos-
telries inthose days. Twenty years

ago he relinquished business, and has
lived privately since. He wedded Miss
Cafrey, of this city. The issue was
Messrs. Jack, George, and Frank Foran

(all deceased), and Mr. Tom Foran (of

Syddney), and Mesdames G. Gallagher
(Armidale), G. Highfield (Armidale),
A. Burnie (Sydney), and Miss Queenie
Foran (Armidale). The funeral took
place on Sunday afternoon, when a
very large assemblage, including the
bretheren of the M.U. Oddfellows, of
whom deceased had been a member for
40 years, followed the remains to their

last resting-place in the Catholic Cem-
etery. Mr T Crowley had charge of
the arrangements.
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Local and General News. (Article), The Armidale Chronicle (NSW : 1894 - 1929), Wednesday 12 November 1913 page 4 2020-03-21 18:33 Indies was held in the Council Cham
bers on Monday afternoon in connec
tion with the forthcoming benefit so
cial in aid of the widow and /f«nr'v iA
(Aid. Kearnry) presided. It was .'de
cided to arrange for supply.ig refresh
Mesdamrs Post and Hardy undertak
ing to canvass West End, cite Miss-es
'Kinlay, Central. Armidde, and
Mcsd.mics Crowlev and Johnston je
pert<d tlmt North Armidale had been
canvassed by them, and ^ennr mi re<
p-.-ses had been made. '\ins:<lf-.vl)le
detail liusiiess was setth-d, tn d it was
make final arrangements on Siturdav
afternoon, nt. four o'clock. On th»
motion of Mrs. Hogan, n vote of
Iadies was held in the Council Cham-
bers on Monday afternoon in connec-
tion with the forthcoming benefit so-
cial in aid of the widow and family of
(Aid. Kearney) presided. It was de-
cided to arrange for supplying refresh-
Mesdames Post and Hardy undertak-
ing to canvass West End, the Misses
M'Kinley, Central, Armidale, and
Mesdames Crowlev and Johnston re-
portedthat North Armidale had been
canvassed by them, and generous re-
ponses had been made. Considerable
detail business was settled, and it was
make final arrangements on Saturdav
afternoon, at. four o'clock. On the
motion of Mrs. Hogan, a vote of
In Bankruptcy. IN RE F. R. FORAN. (Article), The Armidale Chronicle (NSW : 1894 - 1929), Wednesday 14 May 1913 page 3 2020-03-21 18:20 A single meeting of creditors in the
His liabilities were about £450;
IN RE F. R FORAN.
A single meeting of creditors in the
stated he conducted the business
from 1907 until the filing of his
a married man with a wife and four
against him by a judgment creditor.
His liabilities were about £450;
The first meting was declared closed.
Advertising (Advertising), The Armidale Chronicle (NSW : 1894 - 1929), Saturday 16 January 1897 [Issue No.7455] page 5 2020-03-21 18:14 TENDERS will be receive! up to 30-h

tnsfc. for taking down old Stables and
where Flans and Specifications can be seen,
For J, M. Styles, Kmj
Armidale, Jen. 13, 1897. i5Gl
TENDERS will be receive! up to 30th

inst.. for taking down old Stables and
where Plans and Specifications can be seen,
For J, M. Styles, Esq.
Armidale, Jan. 13, 1897. i5Gl
Local and General News. (Article), The Armidale Chronicle (NSW : 1894 - 1929), Saturday 18 October 1913 page 4 2020-03-21 18:08 with 6uch suddenness yesterday after
young, healthy man, only 3? years of
sgey find Jiis bright dispositfern, -was nri
absolute contradiction to the sudden
ness of his end. - A little .-over a week
was partly business and partly pleas
ntomaine poisoning. Although suffer
ing a great deal, he did. not consult a
afterwards. Mrs. Foran- at once de
tected si<*us of serious illness, and
called in a doctor. Everything pos
viz., 'Thomas (Sydney), John (Armi
oldest nine years old, . are left to
mourn the loss of husband. and fa
ther, and we tender our' sympathy to
Ihein in the sad bereavement they
hare sustained. The funeral will take
place on Sunday afternoon, at _ four
o'clock. ilr. H. Buckley is in charge
with such suddenness yesterday after-
young, healthy man, only 32 years of
age,and his bright disposition, was an
absolute contradiction to the sudden-
ness of his end. - A little over a week
was partly business and partly pleas-
ptomaine poisoning. Although suffer-
ing a great deal, he did not consult a
afterwards. Mrs. Foran at once de-
tected signs of serious illness, and
called in a doctor. Everything pos-
viz., Thomas (Sydney), John (Armi-
eldest nine years old, are left to
mourn the loss of husband. and fa-
ther, and we tender our sympathy to
them in the sad bereavement they
have sustained. The funeral will take
place on Sunday afternoon, at four
o'clock. Mr. H. Buckley is in charge

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