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2 noelwoodhouse 3,928,418
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
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Burramine. (Article), Numurkah Leader (Vic. : 1895 - 1948), Friday 18 January 1901 [Issue No.323] page 4 2019-10-06 16:22 ?
toeeting is Bxtxl f
Burramine?
The Athletic Club's meeting is fixed for for
Wednesday, February 6th. 10 in prizes is
being offered and the programme, particulars
of which are advertised in this issue, is a good
one. Handicap nominations close to-morrow, 9th inst.
DEATH OF MR. J. P. MACPHERSON, M.L.C. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 24 August 1891 [Issue No.11,386] page 5 2019-10-06 15:33 Tho news of the doath of Mr. James P.
MacPhcrson, M.L.C., will bo read with regret by
a largo number of our readers. Tho deceased
gentloman was well known throughout the Bal
larat district, whore he resided, and was much
Ho arrived in town on Tuesday to attend
taken iff on Thursday night. Dr. Springthorpo
was called in, and did what ho could to relieve
gradually Bank and expired about 1 o'clock yes.
torday morning. For a long timo past he had
not thought that liia state was such as
was, however, seized witli an attack
of apoplexy, from which ho never properly
MaoPhorson was a nativo of Viotoria, and was
first elected to tho Legislative Council in 1887.
Ho wns re-elected last year, and would if he had
lived held his sont until 1896. In his own district,
the Nelson, ho wns well known, and a number
of peoplo who wcro associated with him will
regret to bear of his early demise. Tho Ballarat
Agricultural Society was one of his x>eculiar
cares, lio was a constant subscriber to its
but on the death of his father ho gave up his
profession nnd devoted himself to grazing pur
suits. He was owner of Norrin Nerrin station,
P.nl win nlun n. .mrtner nf Sir .Tnmes M'Giilioch in
other station properties in New South "Wales.
He was a brother of tlio late Sir. J. R. MaePher
son.wliolielil a prominent place in Victorian poli
cumbent ot tlio Presbyterian Church at Bruns
Macl'herson, who was in Ballarat at the timo of
train yesterday morning, and nrriveil in Mel
interred in the Boroondarn Cemetery to-morrow
afternoon, tho funeral cortiigo leaving Scott's
BALLARAT, SUNDAT.
Tho news of tho doath of Mr. J. P. Macl'lier-
son, M.L.C., nt Scott's Hotel, Melbourne, lias
caused widespread regrot in Ballarat and tho
surrounding district. The deceased, wlioso in-
cotno is said to have been £12,000 per annum,
was ono of" tho ownere of tho Nerrin
Nerrin station at Streatlmm, and was
a partner of Sir James M'Oulloch
about 50 years of age. Ho waB educated at tho
Scotcii College, Melbourne, in tho days when
quently ho studied law, and was admitted to
of his father, who left him and tho other mem
bers of the family largo fortunes. Tiie lato J.
K. MacPhcrson, Chief Secretary, was a brother
Rov. J. A. MacVean, Presbyterian minister at
Brunswick, is his sister. Tho deceased
Mcibourno nt an early hour this morning. Not
long ago Mr. MacPherson ordered for erection lu
Sturt-stieot a statuo of tho poet Adam Lindsay
Tho news of the death of Mr. James P.
MacPherson, M.L.C., will be read with regret by
a large number of our readers. The deceased
gentleman was well known throughout the Bal
larat district, where he resided, and was much
He arrived in town on Tuesday to attend
taken off on Thursday night. Dr. Springthorpe
was called in, and did what he could to relieve
gradually sank and expired about 1 o'clock yes.
terday morning. For a long time past he had
not thought that his state was such as
was, however, seized with an attack
of apoplexy, from which he never properly
MaoPherson was a native of Victoria, and was
first elected to the Legislative Council in 1887.
He was re-elected last year, and would if he had
lived held his seat until 1896. In his own district,
the Nelson, he was well known, and a number
of people who were associated with him will
regret to hear of his early demise. The Ballarat
Agricultural Society was one of his peculiar
cares, he was a constant subscriber to its
but on the death of his father he gave up his
profession and devoted himself to grazing pur
suits. He was owner of Nerrin Nerrin station,
and was also a. partner of Sir .James McCulloch in
other station properties in New South Wales.
He was a brother of the late Sir. J. R. MacPher
son.who held a prominent place in Victorian poli
cumbent of the Presbyterian Church at Bruns
MacPherson, who was in Ballarat at the time of
train yesterday morning, and arrived in Mel
interred in the Boroondara Cemetery to-morrow
afternoon, the funeral cortage leaving Scott's
BALLARAT, SUNDAY
Tho news of the death of Mr. J. P. MacPher-
son, M.L.C.,at Scott's Hotel, Melbourne, has
caused widespread regret in Ballarat and the
surrounding district. The deceased, whose in-
come is said to have been £12,000 per annum,
was one of the owners of the Nerrin
Nerrin station at Streatham, and was
a partner of Sir James McCulloch
about 50 years of age. He was educated at tho
Scotch College, Melbourne, in the days when
quently he studied law, and was admitted to
of his father, who left him and the other mem
bers of the family large fortunes. The late J.
K. MacPherson, Chief Secretary, was a brother
Rev. J. A. MacVean, Presbyterian minister at
Brunswick, is his sister. The deceased
Melbourne at an early hour this morning. Not
long ago Mr. MacPherson ordered for erection ln
Sturt-street a statue of the poet Adam Lindsay

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