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Wellington Times (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Wellington, New South Wales National Library of Australia drought beaten by fodder conservation the following appeared in the last Issue of the Farmer and settler it gives the experiences of or. E. J. Brennan Baalbek regarding Fod Der conservation and provides a splendid object lesson to those who have recently engaged in Dairying or those about to do so Inland dairymen that feel Dispo sed to treat lightly the advice that they should conserve fodder Moulti do themselves a kind turn by hav ing a few minutes conversation with i. E. J. Brennan of Baal Bek near Wellington. In 1923, or. Brennan selected 455 acres of unimproved country with a three mile frontage to the Macquarie River. His capital con ? sri Ted of �90 in Cash but his Cour age was great and by 1925, despite a dry season the previous year he had grown 80 tons of Hay established 20 acres of Lucerne and in creased his Small town milk run from 20 quarts to 15 Gallons a Day. In March 1926, the Macquarie overflowed its Banks and Haystack a fences and most other things on the farm went swishing Down the rive to. An unknown destination. Miv. Brennan was disappointed i but not disheartened and by plough ing. Day and night he got in 200 acres of wheat. That returned him �800.,. Encouraged by his Success he purchased a milk run and Twenty eight cows bringing the Herd up to sixty five head of _ milkers. From 1927 to 1929 was one of the driest periods the District has Ever known. Tie Only fodder on the property when the dry spell started was an 80 ton Haystack. This did not last Long and or. Brennan spent �600 for fodder and. Lost forty five head of dry Dairy stock1 while the drought lasted. ? that is the experience ? that awaits every Inland Farmer who fails to put by a Supply of fodder As a res Erve. Or. Brennan decided that he would never be caught that Way again and in 1930 he set to work to conserve As much fodder As ? he could. He ploughed tip every Avail Able Aero of land increased his established Lucerne from 20 acres to .60. Acres. By the end of 1931 he had .600 tons of wheaten oaten an Lucerne Hay. On hand in addition to 200 t on of pit silage making a total of 800 tons of conserved Fod . The farm has been subdivided frito fourteen paddocks with nine Miles of fencing. Three acres of the. Boundary has . Arid in this. Enclosure wheat Oats Aid Lucerne were ? grown this season to increase the c observed fodder already on. Hand. In the opinion of. Or. Naylor of the Alfa Laval Sepa Rator. Co.,a., three 1 years drought would. Not necessitate or. Brennan purchasing. A bag. Of feed for his Stock. ? i. \ ?.from Virgin scrub the farm within. Ten years has been conver Ted into one of the Best on. The Wes ? -1 ? a twill Oil pc. In us Escau a has been installed giving an. Abund Ance of water at High pressure for the. House Dairy and Stock. The Dairy is equipped with the most mod Ern Plant including a. 110 gallon Ball bearing Alfa Laval unit diabolo o milking Plant arid an. Alfa engine. The machinery saved lipases implements to the Alu e of .�$00. Because of the situation of his property or by Ertah on an aver age of. Three months in the year and in some eases All through the Winter has had. To. Transport his Hice across the / River by boat ? it is pleasing to note however that ? in recognition of or. Brennan s Good 1 work. For Western. Dairying. The Macquarie Shire. Council proposes to build a Road through the Mountain to assist him and others in the neighbourhood by giving them reasonable and Safe Access to their properties. ? \. The. Road from Pacific Highway at the state Industrial schools to Woy Woy i is now in Good condition throughout according to recent re ports received by the . Tour in department. A few Miles from the Highway the. Road goes Down steeply towards the coast but the surface is Good. Two new Bridges have been put in Between the foot of the Hill and. Flyby Woy and Man lengths of. Road in the last couple of Miles have been regarded arid Are in splendid orders v wheat Bounty growers assured of a Bounty both in service and in Price when trading with. The to firm now in full swing. 1 receiving at All stations., ? Peak prices for both bagged and silo wheat in any Quantity. Wheat received on storage ? Liberal advances made a. W1lkins & so. Auctioneers Stock & land salesmen property valuers phones 5, 265, 30s. Box 51, p.o., Wellington. Dubbo choral society Praise for Wellington Artistes last wednesday the Dubbo choral society held a concert which though not crowded was a great Success. In writing of the Wellington Artistes the Dubbo Liberal says the Young Singer from Wellington was miss Sylvia Smith of whom i Good accounts had been Given. In the opening number h Bacio the dream of homely Arditi miss Smith displayed a Soprano voice of great Power and Range a voice re Quiring More support than the piano could give it would be much better suited with an orchestral accompaniment. In the bracketed number Voi Che Sapele from the marriage of Figaro Mozart to which a Vio Lin Obligato was played by miss Pur cell Mozart was revealed in All the Beauty and simplicity of his work. Miss Smith did the composer Justice inthe rendering of this noted aria it would have carried an enhanced effect if Sung As a separate item. As an encore a. May. Morning proved popular and was Well Sung the concluding. Top not being Rich. And full with intonation throughout excellent. Miss n. Purcell a visitor from Wellington gave a treat in the violin Solo Zardas. Called on Tatlier Early after her efforts in the orches tra miss Purcell was unsteady in the opening movement in the g string but soon settled Down to give a Fine display of violin playing in its various phases As an encore gave souvenir. Mass Purcell gets a Good full tone from her instrument plays with ease arid elegance and has no mannerisms. Her playing shows the result of Good training although at times there is. A slight tendency to. Too much vibrato and Over emphasis which detracts from a Clear Rich tone. Dubbo will look Forward to hearing her on. Future occasions in Solo work. In thanking the audience for their patronage or. W. G. Lee president of the society also specially than ced and praised the misses Smith and Purcell for their assistance and congratulated them upon their musical Talent. At., supper afterwards among St the. Speakers who spoke of the de parture of or. And mrs. Todd from Dubbo was the mayor of f Wellington Aid. A. T. Smith the Dubbo dispatch says � miss a. Purcell of Wellington simply earned the audience. With her when she payed. The = viol in. S0i9, cd a his i this Graceful Miyoung lady deserves great credit for the manner in which she charmed her listeners both As a violin soloist and in several cruets with or it. Elphick. Another very popular visitor was miss Sylvia Smith also of Welling ton who Avon the hearts of the people with her Sweet Yoice full of tone and volume. With wrap attention arid perfect silence every one of her songs and encores were greatly appreciated1 by the miss Smith and miss Purcell can rest assured they will always be very Welcome visitors to Dubbo wheat ready reckoner. 1 Quarter equals 281ba. 2 quarters. 561bs. 3 quarters 1 bus. 241bs. 1 cwt. -1 bus. 521bs. 2 cwt. 3 bus. 441ba. 3 cwt. 5 bus. 36 lbs. 4 cwt. 7 bus. 28 la. 5 cwt. 9 bus. 201b. 6 cwt. 11 bus. 121b. 7 cwt. 13 bus. 41bs. 8 cwt. J 4 bus. 561bs. 9 cwt. 16 bus. 481ba. 10 cwt 18 bus. 40jbs. 11-cwt. 20 bus. A sibs. -12 cwt. 22 bus. 24 lbs. Is cwt. 24 bus. 161bs. 14 cwt. 26 bus. 8 lbs. 15 cwt. 28 bus. 16 cwt. 29 bus. 521bs. 17 cwt. 31 bus. 441t-s. 18 cwt. 33 bus. 3clbs. 19 cwt. 35 bus. 281ba. 1 ton 37 bus. 20 lbs. 2- ton. 74 bus. 40 lbs. 3 ton. 112 bus. 4 ton. 149 bus. 20 la. 5 ton 1 86 bus. 40 lbs. 6 ton. 224 bus. 7 ton. 261 bus. 20 la. 8 ton. 298 bus. 40 lbs. ? 9 ton. 336 bus. 10 ton. 373 bus. 20 la. 11 ton. 410 bus. 40 lbs. 12 ton 448 bus. Wellington police court i i Friday december 9, 1932. Before or. J. A. H. Balmain Herbert Bailey was brought up on a charge of maliciously wounding Constable Ernest Alfred Hill. On the application of the police he was remanded until monday. George Watts failing to pay motor tax pleaded guilty and was fined �1, with 8/ costs and was ordered to pay the amount of �7/3/9 motor tax. Three months were allowed in which to pay. ,. The Case of William Pascoe v Les lie Fahey for entering enclosed lands was withdrawn. . Shop raid there was a crowded court when the Case of Walter Sibrava was called on and he was charged with using a room for the purpose of betting therein with persons resorting there to. The Case arose out of a raid last saturday week by sergeant Sweeney of Dubbo and sergeant Campbell of Wellington. The late or. W. P. Kelly appeared for the defendant and he pointed out that his client who was very ill could not appear but he was plead ing guilty on his behalf. Sergeant Campbell in stating the facts of the Case said that on the 3rd instant he visited the premises and found v clerk there taking bets on the phone. The clerk said that he could see that they were not bet Ting with women or children. Tie defendant had had a previous conviction in 1928. There was a hairdressing business in the front part of the premises but this shop was not con ducted by the defendant. Owing to the depression there wag not a great Deal of betting which was carried out in a Small Way from 2/ to 5/ bets. The late or. Kelly said that his client was charged under a certain Section of the betting act and that he was pleading guilty. He was go ing to make an Appeal 011 his client s behalf though it did not commend it self to him the speaker but he must do so in Justice to his client. He referred to the very bad state of or. Sibrava s health. In referring to the Law As to . Establishments he said he would say it advisedly for the Benefit of the police that the awl was rather hypocritical and there was a lot of hypocrisy about it. He quoted the words of a noted Jurist who had. Said the Law locked up the person who took the Goose from the common but did no Ching to the one who took the common from the Goose the people in country towns cannot go to the racecourses in the City where the betting is allowed yet the Law stopped it in the country in private places but was not Able to suppress it. The government thought it better to get Revenue from fining people than granting licences for per Mission to bet in private places. His client was not guilty of any moral Defiance of the Law. His client was a reputable and Law abiding citizen. It was in october 1928, that the last conviction took place and he would ask his worship to take into consideration that at was four years ago and to take also into consideration the depression generally in business not betting business of course. Another fact that was in his favour was that he did not allow minors or women to bet. The advocate read a letter from or. Yuille of Dubbo to show that Sibrava had undergone a most serious operation and that lie was a Lucky Man to be alive. In fact said the late Sibrava was hovering Between life and death and was still an outdoor patient of a j private Hospital in Wellington. The . Inflicted a Fine of �25, with costs amounting to �5714. He was allowed four months to pay in monthly instalments of �7/13/6 each Kenneth d. Ferguson for whom or. Frank. Davidson of messes quirk and Davidson appeared also pleaded guilty to a. Similar charge. Sergeant Sweeney who took charge of this Case gave similar Evi Dence to that of the previous Case As to finding books etc., and 17 people on the premises. The bets were not ? big ranging irom h to 0/-. ? or Davidson pointed out that it w a the Day of the test match arid the fact of there being Many people caught on the premises was due to the fact that some of them had gone to listen to the scores Over the wire less and the books would prove that some of Thenn had not had a. Bet. He also referred to the bad times every one was going through. The . Said that there Wasa maximum penalty of �100 for this offence. He would inflict a Fine of �20, with �5/14/ costs in default 52 Days hard labour. Time was Al Lowed to pay As Iii the Prev bus Case in monthly instalments of �6/8/6 the books and papers found on the premises were forfeited though the defendants were allowed Access to them.? Twenty three persons who were on. The premises 5 in the Case of Sibrava and 17 in the Case of Ferguson were each fined 30/-, in default three Days. A fortnight was allowed to pay in each Case. Tomato plants. Best qualities now available. See t. Enderby agent. Special quotations for Large quantities. All other Flower and vegetable plants Avail Able. Write or Call. F. P. Drew. Nurseryman Mont fiores or phone t. Enderby. The motor world news and notes from the . The . Touring department has been inundated with inquiries re Garding suitable camping grounds for the coming Christmas and new year holidays. Camping this year is Likely to be More popular than Ever. The Success of the organised . Camp at Lake Illawarra entrances Al ready is assured. Tent site reservations through messes Nock and Kirby Ltd. Are particularly heavy and the whole of the available space is Likely to be taken up Long before the Camp opens. An invisible Speed trap operated by an electrical eyes bringing sum Monses to Motorist who drive too fast along the Boston Massachusetts Post photo cells Are secreted in the Roadway and a Bell rings in a Distant police Booth when a motor car passes Oyer the cells. If the interval Between the ringing of the first and second Bells. Is too Brief the policeman on duty fair Down the Road takes the Motorist s name and address. The Experiment of using mounted police As traffic controllers in London has proved impracticable. The . Says that the Nett effect of the new scheme for the pay ment of motor taxation by instal ments is that All motorists taking advantage of the quarterly arrange ment will be required in the year to pay �1/15 registration fee and an additional ten per cent of tie amount of the annual taxation. Thus a car owner who now pays �1 a year registration and �4 a year if he pays quarterly in future will pay �6/3 As against �5. The . Accepts the principle of being better than nothing at All but strongly objects to the particular Way in which it is being applied As the Burden on the Small Man Able to pay Only in instalments will be excessively heavy. The Only apparent explanation of the present proposal is that the department wishes to discourage motorists from Tak ing out quarterly registrations. As a result of Rhodesia coming off the Gold Standard quite Good Busi Ness has been done in the Sale of British cars. From january to aug ust 148 cars were imported from the United kingdom 26 from Canada 28 from the Union and 27 from the United states. ? in the first ? eight = months of this year approximately 1,120,000 cars were produced in the . This compares with 2,022,000jn_ the Cor responding period of 193l the president of the . Or. J. C. Watson says that one can scarcely credit that the present government intends to raid the main funds by diverting to Consoli dated. Revenue �200,000 of the amount received from taxation specially imposed on motorists for Road purposes. The wrong an do unfair character of such raids was something for hich the Bavin government condemned the Lang government and later introduced an amending Law to cancel the effect of or. Lang s legis 1 native burglary. Yet the government i intends to do the same thing. Arid i this despite the repeated official declarations that roads Revenue has fal Len far below actual requirements. The automobile association of great Britain has been informed by the commissioners of customs and excise that a tourist from abroad visiting great Britain with a motor car or Mooij caravan May in future import a wireless set temporarily without Deposit of duty. For this purpose it is necessary to mention the set on the Tript que covering the vehicle. J ? the Amber Light in traffic signals is gradually being abandoned in Amer Ica. In new York it has been abolished entirely and although it exists in Many american cities it is increasingly ignored with the approval. Of the authorities. Motorists visiting Forster and Titre Curry Are warned by the # of the difficult nature of the Road through Bung Wahl and Booti. The surface is reported to be rough arid there Are several lengths of heavy Sand. Parts of the Road would be very difficult if not impassable after heavy rain the alternative route trom Juii Adelah through Coloon i Grolock and Cabiac to Tun Curry Vides mostly Good Gorig although nil open Creek crossing May cause delay after rain and if the weather is doubtful inquiries Are advised at b11i Lardelah. At least one English car dealer has the Interior of new cars faintly sprayed with a perfume every morn ing the idea is frankly intended to attract the woman customer. The dealer in question believes that the attraction of a car is enhanced if olfactory Appeal is added to visual Appeal. A Liew paper writer consid ers the idea is capable of Extension in. Connect Iori with motoring. Con Sider petrol for instance. It has a persistent o Dor which varies in unpleasantness with the Brand. Leaving out the enthusiast to whom the Oder of petrol is More pleasant than the most exquisite perfume that titillated the nostrils of Mankind it is obvious that car users would prefer to use a petrol of pleasant. Aroma rather than the Ordinary spirit. So successful has the Junior Pat Rols scheme proved that an invitation has been issued by the director of education to the headmasters and head mistresses of All schools within the metropolitan area to bring the patrols into existence says the . . It should not be Long now be fore every heavily used Road near the schools of the whole of the metro Politan area will be patrolled by specially selected boys and girls when school children Are on their Way to arid from school. The . Understands that the. Department in tends gradually to extend the scheme. Right throughout the state. In View of the ingenious methods of motor bandits Drivers of cars particularly at night Are refusing to Stop to help persons injured by the Roadside in Eri gland the British . Paints out that in such cases a report should be made to the police or an . Guide at the first Opportunity and reiterates the. Advice not to Stop except for a police con Bra lilo in uniform. A Road accidents first Aid associations has been formed in England. One. Object is. To see that first i id is available instantly by every motor vehicle carrying a simple but Effir event outfit ? a licence duty of 20 per cent and Valorme on newly registered foreign cars his been imposed by the government of Hong Kong. A duty of 20 per cent on foreign cars in the Straits settlers cents and Federated malay states is announced. These duties Are As a result of the Ottawa agree cents. � the English Board of Trade re turns for september continue to show a Trade balance favourable to the Brit ish motor Industry. The value of exports of motor vehicles and parts j in september shows an excess of Export values of �317,124, and for one nine months exports exceeded imports by �2,835,841. ? woman motorists free Booklet gives driving hints. The Mere male who thinks that women to Day discuss Over the cup of afternoon Tea the newest position of the Ever changing Waistline or whet her it is More de Rigour to have the Finger nails tinted to match the new Spring frock or the pomeranian is Likely to receive a rude Shock when he learns the interest the modern woman is taking in matters which were formerly regarded As having been Pui Ely in the masculine Domain. Even though the daughter of eve May spend much time in correcting the Angle of the lat \ the Angle of the. Latest piece of millin Ery or in removing a reflector hair from her left Eyebrow she is to Day exercising her capable judgment in scores of different ways. Very definitely woman has arrived she has swum Avi ated run golfer harangued footballer herself into the Vanguard of almost every sport. She has proved her ability in the medical Legal and teaching professions and now she. Is Loo Minir on horizon As a perfect Motorist. The vacuum Oil company s new Booklet entitled let s drive better than men written by. A woman contains valuable information which will help All women motorists to be come More efficient Drivers. It has a distinctly feminine touch. Is Prin Ted in three colours and edged with bands of Green mauve and cyclamen equally becoming in Milady s 1 Boudo Niyor in the pocket of her car. Many of the forty eight delicately printed pages contain helpful illustrations no woman Motorist should be without a free copy which May be obtained by writing to the vacuum Oil company Melbourne Sydney Brisbane Adelaide Laurieston Hob Art or Perth. It deals with a wide variety of subjects from necessity of saving your car s Ena Iriel Complex Ion to the advisability of winning a smile from the traffic policeman. It tells you How try to see the traffic policemen in a More hurrian and humane Way. Many motorists Are like bad children they scoot by lights and the traffic cop s upraised hand. Try to be so sportsmanlike that the traffic cop on duty will Al ways have a smile for you there Are qirits on driving Eti Quette and sections of the Booklet Are devoted to describing the mechanism of the car the dashboard instruments throttle and spark controls parking Hill climbing troubles Correct Way of going up and coming Down Hills etiquette for fair Drivers Courtesy cold weather tantrums of your car and How to read the Chart of Oil recommendations. ? it would be advisable to write for your copy immediately As stocks Are becoming rapidly depleted. Clogged Radiator probably very few motorists real ise that clogged radiators Are a source -. Of lost Ower. In som of the larger commercial vehicles and tractors adequate Means for inter Nally cleaning the Radiator have been provided for by fitting them with Demountable upper and lower tanks and using Plain vertical tubes for the Cooling elements but the average car lacks anything of this kind. It is Well known that in the measure with which a Radiator s Cooling surface be comes even partially blocked so its Cooling value is reduced. This is provided for by a generous allowance of Cooling area while the Radiator is new but Best results Are not obtained when the Radiator becomes to a degree clogged up. Results from Radiator tests made overseas recently Point to there be ing a varying Range of improvement possible by keeping the water circulation or Cooling system of vehicles an onion i Many Strong Points about it. Although apples have their Virtues the saying an Apple a Day keeps the doctor away should be revised to an onion a Day keeps the doctor Nway one Humble onion is Worth fifty apples from the medicinal Dis ease preventing Point of View. It almost seems As if the onion was specially created for the definite purpose of keeping men and women healthy free from disease and practically immune from infection. An onion for preference eaten raw will in its passage through the body destroy every poisonous germ and purify the blood a sliced on Ion placed in an open dish in a sick room will gather to itself the Mic Robes and germs in the air quite As Well As any expensive disinfectant will do. But the onion must after wards be thrown away never eaten. Keep the flu away. Those who include onions in their regular diet never suffer from Neur Algia headache or Kindred troubles. When influenza is about not a Doc Tor in the land could prescribe a bet Ter preventive than the Humble onion. The juice of the Apple is Good for the Teeth but the juice of an onion is a Hundred times better. The Freedom from disease and longevity of the Breton onion grow 1 ers is Yvell known and the smooth and Silky complexion of the women has often been remarked. For a fact for a Clear skin and Beautiful complexion nothing can beat onions. Yes they make the breath odor Ous but Only until your system has become accustomed to them. ? an onion poultice on a Bruise will quickly Takeaway All discoloration. A painful Strain or sprain is also eased by an onion poultice. Finally onion juice is excellent for a Wasp sting and for raising hair on Baid Heads and yet in nine houses out of ten an onion could not be found at any time in the year notice to trespassers All persons found trespassing on Reguera or estate lands under my supervision will be prosecuted without respect to persons. All previous permission cancelled. N. J. Veech Renu Iera Wellington rainfall. I year. Jan. Feb. Mar. Al. May. June july aug. . Oct. Nov. Dec. Tol 1892 12071 30 50 1 197 i 37g 22? 376 lol 386 239 2g9 170 300i 1893 325 176 213 103 375 186 1174 161 70 196 438 99 251 1894 13301 30 368 272 119 193 209 109 233 284 1-14 460 2751 1895 8911139 21 21 134 150 117 225 188 148 136 353 252 1896 68 530 118 147 232 143113 229 28 38 322 96 20 1897 217 4 12 ? 203 301 221 173 195 133 83 191 173 1898 518 368 58 236 490 119 250 172 372 26 157 276 1899 21s 21 29 281 16 134 236 354 2g4 61 86 17c 1900 2091 40 377 291 214 323 250 83 138 41 .252 83 233 1901 1221 8 472 296 155 87 84 248 66 175 51 176 1902 25, 20 136 5 53 41 350 110 184 101 444 14t 1903 70 15.7 504 295 57 1,32 84 283 345 113 427 246 1904 1164 266 73 70 73 1435 60 75 350. ,35. 134 173 19.05 32 334 201 423 322 104 225 152 41 213 35 208 1906 561-20 438 29 a 1921 53 3j4 289 405 317 233 21 1907 244 11357 140 17 126 j.123 184 1 44 137 39 151 1908 901500 23 52 71 106 106 133 138 29 189 90 152 1909 1641 420 211 i 133 82 327 76 391 132 74 128 g44 27s 1910 621 1 319 f 50 85 242 1149 67 101 198 154 150 214 1911 512 2711 60 1 41 180 110 239 72 264 35 349 397 253 1912 105 40 67 i 18 2791543 282 75 135 112 139 17s 1913 78 07 315 248 428 180 73 4b 122 143 40 54 17s 1914 i 72 141 406 .165 219 116 1194 183 80 415 362 235 1915 100 48 224 154 479 256 147 142 173 k258 2 274 225 j.916 62 104 9 245 41 975 450 317 249 309 284 270 331 .1917 1204 265 29 49 go 262 259 i 338 144 346 375 107 243 1918 431 78 .25 -208 94 111 108 f 389 45 61 41 13 160 1919 15 1 184 114 1 35 517 18 30 1 4 4 5 0 8 16 334 146 1920 196 88 276 9 171618 451 1 277 248 72 105 -i83 284 1921 147 41 362 306 500 393 143 i 150 205 170 286 182 289 19 j2 223 38 10 87 -24 130 117 8 3 34 84 17 021 146i 1923 7-8 30 3 34 449l268 97 124 i 361 160 1 117 1 172 1924 54 134 59 272 73 127 232 i 139 i 350 204 68 1 5 1 237 1925 249 142 90 10 277 265i170 138 50 101 355 32 187 ,1926 153 30 948 549 375 90 112 115 199 58 1 29 529 3187 1927 284 3 30 536 .33 64. 26 113. 124 164 5 6 2 1 56 209j 1928 309 542 206 29862 132 2431 34 31 89 70 9 202a 1929 24203 157 i 109 16 81 / 3 130 119 155 135 183 1381 1930 504 46 58 107 129 390 405 223 51 392 241 1 45213004 1931 i 1711 104 520 302 570 500 2041 65 1112 1 72 223 387 1 3231 1932 14 168 i 425 215 i 43 101 .19.2 164j3ept. 332, oct. 74, nov. 451, dec. 6. Olsion rings Lor tract we have suitable castings in Stock to for practically any make of tractor including John Deere and Hart Parr bring in your pistons let us Square the grooves. Out lathe is big enough and rigid enough i handle satisfactorily a big Piston As Wel a Small one and we can make a set of rings w will fit phone .111. My always a Silver lining. My brother spent half his Fortune on her and then she turned him Dom \ of was t that Lucky think what she n would have Cost him if they d gone on ? with it by arrangement with the. Bulletin ? men and women the death at his residence Bath urst of or. James Thomas Maher removes one of the oldest residents of that City. The late or. Maher was 85 years of age. He was born in Bathurst and resided to the greater part of his life. Forty seven years he spent at Evans Plains where he followed the occur retired about 10 years ago and pation of a Farmer and Grazier. He went to Bathurst to spend the even ing of his life. Or. Richard Bourke u Well known resident of Bathurst who carried 011 farming and grazing pursuits died in the Bathurst hos Pital. I in was born at Trunkey 73 years ago there passed away recently an old and esteemed native of pour mile Creek Bathurst when death claimed or. James Stedman at the age of 69 years and five months. Or. Stedman who was very Well known in the Bathurst District had been an invalid for 15 years being. Constantly cared for by his wife during that Long period. ? old time fighter once Well in the limelight Jeff Smith the Cali forr iian Boxer who accompanied Clabby Mcgoorty and others to Australia in the Days when be. Darcy s name was great in the land is doing bit of prospecting around Forbes. He intends to return to California shortly Liere his father aged we Are told 103, and his Mother 9g, reside. D a optometrist & optician summer Street. Orange. Next visit wednesday 21st dec. Appointments May to arranged is Murphy s music store or Griffiths pharmacy. Consulting rooms Loyal hotel

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