Axedale News 1894

From: The Bendigo Advertiser, Friday 9 November 1894, Page 3

OUR COUNTRY SERVICE
(From Our Correspondents)
AXEDALE, THURSDAY
MATRIMONIAL – Today Miss Mary Caby, of this place, was married to Mr. McGuinn, of Drouin Gippsland. The ceremony, performed by Father Hogan, assisted by Father Kearns, was witnessed by a large gathering. The bride was handsomely attired in a pearl grey dress of croquette cloth with butterfly bonnet to match, and carried a lovely bouquet of stephenotia and ornamental grasses, and was attended by Misses Drake and McGuinn as bridesmaids. Miss Drake was attired in heliotrope crepon, picture hat, bouquet of cloth of gold roses and ornamental grasses; Miss McGuinn, pink nun’s veiling, white lace hat to match, bouquet pink roses. The costumes were made by Miss Anderson of Scott Bros. At the breakfast, provided by Mrs. Drake, a large number of guests were entertained. The health of the newly married pair was proposed by Father Hogan in a speech in which humor and sentiment were suitably blended. The bridegroom suitably responded. Mr. and Mrs. McGuinn left by the evening train for their honeymoon amid a shower of rice and rose leaves.
ON HOLIDAY: The lovely weather tempted a large number of Bendigo folks to picnic on the picturesque banks of the Campaspe. The annual Presbyterian Sunday School picnic also took place on the racecourse, and was well attended. The parents and friends had made ample preparations, and games, races (for which handsome prizes were given) and a tea, described by one of the boys as “a dream of luxury”, helped the children to pass a thoroughly happy day. Prominent among the managers were Mesdames Stachan, Doak and Cahill, Misses Doak, Cahill, Paton and Ingham. Messrs. Cox and Paton were in charge of the racing.
FUNERAL: The remains of Thomas Burke, 15 years of age, the son of Mr. Thomas Burke, of Forest Creek, were conveyed to their last resting place, the Axedale Cemetery, this afternoon. The death, which was dreadfully sudden, was the result of rheumatism of the heart. The great respect shown by the large number of mourners, the funeral cortege being one of the longest ever seen here. the burial service was read by Father Kearns of Heathcote.

TOUR COUNTRY SERVICE. (1894, November 9). Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 – 1918), p. 3. Retrieved October 5, 2020, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article88936475

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Axedale Burial Devlin 1918

AXEDALE CATHOLIC CEMETERY

ELIZABETH DEVLIN DIED 1918

From: The Bendigonian 05 September, 1918, page 21

DEVLIN. — The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Devlin, wife of Mr. Matthew Devlin, took place on Monday at the Axedale Cemeterv, leaving the residence of her son-in-law, Constable P. Dwyer, Axedale, and being very largely attended. Many floral tributes were received. Deceased was a native of Yea, and leaves a widower and one daughter. The coffin bearers were Messrs. E. Drake, P. O’Donnell, M. Howley and J. Ryan, and the pall bearers Messrs. W. Hawkins, W. Mannus, N. Deane, C. Hayes, E. Crowe, and C. Curthier. The Rev. Father Brady officiated at the grave and Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral arrangements.

MAY DEVLIN

From: The Bendigo Independant, Thursday 08 February 1917, page 4

DEATHS
DEVLIN.— On the 7th February, at the residence of her brother-in-law Constable P. Dwyer, Axedale, Florence Victoria (May) Devlin, daughter of Mathew and Elizabeth Devlin, 97 Scotchmere street, North Fitzroy; sister of Mrs. P. Dwyer (Cis.), and the late Leslie Devlin.

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IN MEMORY
OF
ELIZABETH DEVLIN
DIED 1.9.1918
AND HER DAUGHTER
MAY
DIED 7.2.1917
r.i.p.

Family Notices (1917, February 8). The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 – 1918), p. 4. Retrieved October 7, 2020, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article221052280

OBITUARY. (1918, September 5). Bendigonian (Bendigo, Vic. : 1914 – 1918), p. 21. Retrieved October 7, 2020, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article89099866

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About AOTOF – Axedale Our Town Our Future

Local community group Axedale Our Town – Our Future, known as AOTOF, was formed in 2007, with the purpose of putting together a local community plan. Since this group formed, there has been much work done by the committee and members, to make improvements to Axedale, and also to the lives of the people in the community of Axedale and surrounds.

The committee of AOTOF have developed a community plan, which was a collaboration with the local community and the City of Greater Bendigo. When this plan was put into place, it was intended that everything on the plan would be enacted by the end of 2022. Covid-19 has caused the plan to be slightly behind where expected, but it is still a work in progress.

The AOTOF committee is sectioned into portfolios, with committee members, choosing the portfolio that is of interest to them. The portfolios are as follows”

* Community Portfolio
* Community Resilience Portfolio
* Events Portfolio
* Communications Portfolio

As a result of the Axedale Community Plan, many events, both informative and fun, now appear regularly on the local calendar. Axedale is now a vibrant community, due to the hard work done by committed locals.

Community members are always welcome to attend and contribute to AOTOF meetings. At the moment, however, due to Covid-19, the meetings are held virtually. If you are interested in attending, leave me a comment and I will ensure you have the necessary information.

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Axedale Burial: Canny

AXEDALE CATHOLIC CEMETERY

TERRENCE CANNY DIED 1906

From: Bendigo Advertiser, Thursday 28 June 1906, page 8

OBITUARY
The funeral of the late Mr. Terrence Canny, an old and highly respected resident of Mosquito Creek, took place yesterday to the Axedale Cemetery, and was very largely attended. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. P. Bourke, P. Rogers, E. Harrison, and T. Burns. The Rev. Father Rohan conducted the burial service. The deceased gentleman leaves a widow, two sons and a daughter to mourn a sad loss. Messrs. Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral arrangements.

HANNAH CANNY DIED 1908

From: Bendigo Advertiser, Thursday 16 January 1908, page 3

The funeral of the late Mrs. Hannah Canny (relict of the late Terence Canny) took place yesterday to the Axedale Cemetery, leaving her residence, Mosquito Creek, at 2 o’clock and was very largely attended. The deceased lived in Victoria for 56 years, was a native of County Clare, Ireland, and leaves two sons and one daughter. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. E. Drake. J. Frawley, C. Shanahann and J. Mann. The Rev. Father Cremins read the burial service and Messrs, Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral.

IN LOVING MEMORY
OF
TERRENCE CANNY
DIED AT AXEDALE 25TH JUNE 1906
AGED 76 YEARS
ALSO HIS BELOVED WIFE
HANNAH
WHO DIED 13TH JANUARY 1908
AGED 80 YEARS
NATIVES OF CLAIRE, IRELAND
ETERNAL REST GIVE TO THEM O LORD
AND LET PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON THEM

OBITUARY (1906, June 28). Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 – 1918), p. 8. Retrieved October 7, 2020, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article89573038

OBITUARY (1908, January 16). The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 – 1918), p. 3. Retrieved October 7, 2020, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article227875943


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Axedale Burial Curthoys

AXEDALE CEMETERY

ANNIE CURTHOYS

From: The Bendigo Advertiser, Saturday 26 July, 1913, Page 10
OBITUARY
The funeral of the late Mrs. Annie Curthoy, wife of Mr. William Curthoy, took place yesterday to the Axedale Cemetery, leaving her late residence, Axedale, at 2.30. It was very largely attended. There were some beautiful floral tributes. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. E. Drake, M. Howley, S. Doake, and W. Evans. The deceased was 48 years of age, and leaves a widower and four sons and three daughters to mourn their loss. The Rev. Father Rohan read the burial service, and Messrs. Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral arrangements.

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF
OUR DEAR MOTHER
ANNIE CURTHOYS
BELOVED WIFE OF
WILLIAM CURTHOYS
DIED JULY 1913
AGED 48 YEARS
ALSO THE ABOVE
WILLIAM CURTHOYS
DIED 29TH DECEMBER 1945
AGED 83 YEARS

OBITUARY. (1913, July 26). Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 – 1918), p. 10. Retrieved October 7, 2020, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article91012680

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Axedale Burial: McNamara Family Vault

Axedale Catholic Cemetery

Bridget McNamara Died 1911

From: Bendigo Advertiser, Wednesday, 30 August 1911, page 6
The funeral of the late Mrs. Bridget McNamara, which took place yesterday to the Axedale cemetery from the residence of her husband, Mr. Denis McNamara, Axedale, was largely attended. The coffin-bearers were, Messrs. J. Colvin, J. Bourke, T. Banfield, W. McNamara. Deceased was a native of Galway, Ireland, a colonist for 60 years, and leaves three sons and one daughter. The Rev. Father Rohan read the burial service, and Messrs. Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral.

Denis McNamara, Died 1912

From: Bendigo Advertiser, Tuesday 12 November 1912
The funeral of the late Mr. Denis McNamara took place yesterday to the Axedale Cemetery, leaving his late residence, Mosquito Creek. It was largely attended. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. J. Colvin, P. Bourke, M. Comer, and W. McNamara. The Rev. Father Rohan read the burial service. Messrs. Fizelle and Mulqueen carried out the funeral arrangements.

Bridget McNamara, Died 1884

From: Bendigo Advertiser, Saturday 01 November 1884, page 2.
Death has been busy amongst the inhabitants of this district lately, his latest victim being Miss Bridget McNamara, a young lady of only 20 summers, and one for whom there was an universal feeling of respect. Great sympathy is felt for her relatives, and this was shown in a practical manner by about 200 persons following her remains to their last resting-place — the local cemetery. The cause of death was disease of the brain.

Hannah McNamara Died 1924

MRS. HANNAH McNAMARA
After an illness of eight weeks Mrs Hannah McNamara died at her residence, Toolleen. Deceased was in the 58th year of her age. She was much respected by a wide circle of friends She was a native of Lauriston, near Kyneton. Deceased was the relict of the late Denis McNamara and mother of William, Mary, Denis, and James. The remains were interred, in the family vault, Axedale. The pall-bcarers were Messrs. A. Duff, M Fouhey, D. Mulvehill, and
L. Toohey. Rev. FT. Reman, officiated at the grave. Messrs. Fizelle and Mullqueen conducted the funeral. R.l.P.

*Note: Hannah McNamara was buried in the family vault. Her name has not been engraved with other family members.

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here rest
denis mcnamara
who died nov 9th 1912
aged 84 years
bridget mcnamara
who died aug 27th 1911
aged 86 years
and their daughter
bridget
who died Oct. 22nd 1884
aged 20 years
also
denis mcnamara
who died dec 11th 1919
aged 60 years
“may they rest in peace”


“OBITUARY.” The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 – 1918) 30 August 1911: 6. Web. 5 Oct 2020 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article226829677&gt;.

AXEDALE. (1884, November 1). Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 – 1918), p. 2. Retrieved October 5, 2020, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article88529267

MRS HANAH McNAMARA. (1924, December 4). Advocate (Melbourne, Vic. : 1868 – 1954), p. 13. Retrieved October 5, 2020, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article171405787

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The Recent Fight Near Axedale 1890

From: The Bendigo Advertiser, Friday, 13 June 1890, Page 2

” The recent Fight near Axedale.—William Minter, a woodcutter and well-known footballer, and M. O’Neill, a farmer residing at Axedale, both young men, appeared at the City Police Court yesterday, charged with unlawfully assaulting each other. The defendants were the two principals in the fight which occurred at Axedale on a Sunday afternoon recently, and  to which reference was made in these columns at the time. The defendants pleaded guilty,  and after Messrs. Kirby and Tatchell had addressed the bench on their behalf, the presiding magistrate, Mr. Patterson, said that, such conduct could not be tolerated, especially on a Sabbath. The defendants were each fined £10 or in default six weeks’ imprisonment. The fines were at once paid. The courthouse was crowded with a number of young men, friends of the two defendants, who watched the proceedings with considerable interest. Four other young men were charged with aiding and abetting Minter and O’Neill, but the cases were postponed for a week to enable the lawyers engaged in the defence to, if they can obtain authorities, show that it is not sufficient to ensure a conviction that only, the presence of a person at a fight need be proved. Mr. Patterson, yesterday, expresed the opinion that that was all that was accessary.

 

“THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER” Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 – 1918) 13 June 1890: 2. Web. 26 Sep 2020 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article88985680&gt;.

punctuation etc

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