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Lost from Wattle Grove, about the 1st Junr a bay horse, 16 hands high, branded IxR on near shoulder.  
 
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STOLEN or strayed from Queen Charlotte Vale, two chestnut mares, on about 16 hands high star on forehead, branded A on off shoulder; the other about 15 hands high, branded HH on off shoulder, both bred by Andrew Ke Esq. of Orange.  
 
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Status: Located; SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas 
 
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'Near Bolderwood Hill'
"Near Bolderwood Hill"
Oil on canvas board, 9" x 12" painting by Frederick Golden SHORT 
 
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'The Drover's Guide'
"The Drover's Guide"
 
 
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'We were never ever, ever apart'...
"We were never ever, ever apart"...
Kylie Short with her children, from left, Nick, Maddison, Ryan and Mitchell. Nick and Mitchell were wearing lifejackets on the day their father died. 
 
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1910 United States Federal Census
1910 United States Federal Census
 
 
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1911 England Census
1911 England Census
 
 
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1920 United States Federal Census
1920 United States Federal Census
 
 
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67 Francis Street, Carlton, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
67 Francis Street, Carlton, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
This is the house Oscar HARMAN owned and lived in with his family. 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND.</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND.
Name plaque on Spout Cottage 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage Living Room stove/fire circa 1965 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Front view of Spout Cottage. 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout opposite Spout Cottage. 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage. 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage. 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage. 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
North East corner of Spout Cottage. 
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Living room at Spout Cottage 
 
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<b>Application to Enlist - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 10.jpg</b>
Application to Enlist - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 10.jpg
 
 
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<b>Application to Enlist - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 9.jpg</b>
Application to Enlist - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 9.jpg
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Ronald William - Page 1</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Ronald William - Page 1
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Ronald William - Page 2</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Ronald William - Page 2
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Sydney John - Page 1</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Sydney John - Page 1
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Sydney John - Page 2</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Sydney John - Page 2
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Edward - Page 1</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Edward - Page 1
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Edward - Page 1</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Edward - Page 1
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Edward - Page 2</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Edward - Page 2
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Edward - Page 2</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Edward - Page 2
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 1.jpg</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 1.jpg
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 2.jpg</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 2.jpg
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 3.jpg</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 3.jpg
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 3.jpg</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 3.jpg
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 4.jpg</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 4.jpg
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 4.jpg</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 4.jpg
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 5.jpg</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 5.jpg
 
 
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<b>Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 6.jpg</b>
Attestation Form - SHORT, Walter Foster Thomas - page 6.jpg
 
 
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<b>Baptism Record of John SHORT</b>
Baptism Record of John SHORT
John son of Edward & Charity SHORT was baptised the 23 of May 1798 by Jones Lewis 
 
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<b>Baptism Record of Mary MUTTON (nee SHORT)</b>
Baptism Record of Mary MUTTON (nee SHORT)
Mary the daughter of Edward SHORT and Charity his wife, was born the ?? day of ?? 1800 & baptised the 3rd August 1800. 
 
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<b>Baptism Record of Richard SHORT (aka Walter)</b><br>
Baptism Record of Richard SHORT (aka Walter)

Richard, son of Edward & Charity SHORT
Born Aug, 1, 1804. Baptized Sep 9, 1804
By Richard Cope 
 
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<b>Confidential Report - SHORT, Ronald William - 25 Jun 1943 - Page 1</b>
Confidential Report - SHORT, Ronald William - 25 Jun 1943 - Page 1
 
 
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<b>Confidential Report - SHORT, Ronald William - 5 Feb 1943 - Page 1</b>
Confidential Report - SHORT, Ronald William - 5 Feb 1943 - Page 1
 
 
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<b>Confidential Report - SHORT, Ronald William - Page 2</b>
Confidential Report - SHORT, Ronald William - Page 2
 
 
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<b>Determination of demovilization priority - SHORT, Ronald William</b>
Determination of demovilization priority - SHORT, Ronald William
 
 
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<b>Early Butchering days on the lower Clarence when Bushgrove was a thriving and busy commercial centre</b>
Early Butchering days on the lower Clarence when Bushgrove was a thriving and busy commercial centre
Mr. J. N. SHORT started butchering about 1903. His first venture was shipping meat to Sydney in conjunction with Mr. W. A. ZUILL, later M.L.A. for Clarence in the Legislative Assembly. The carcases were shipped in calico bags from the Lower Southgate wharf by North Coast Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. boats, Kalatina, Kyogle and City of Grafton.

He then built the Bushgrove butchery. A painting my Mr. E. SHORT of the shop, established in 1905, is reproduced above.

It was an up-to-date shop with refrigeration and smallgoods plant. The shop, at its peak, slaughtered, 24 bullocks, besides mutton and pork. The sheep came by boat from Sydney.

Mr. Alf ATTWATER was smallgoods man. Mr. Harold DOUST of Alice Street, Grafton, started work in the business in 1907. Harold ARCHER was also on the staff.

There was a large corned meat trade. No brine pumps were used. He bought his brine recipe from Ramornie meat works.

Mr. SHORT and "Bunny" OSBORNE built a motor launch, the Phena, which was used on the Lower Clarence meat run. This boat was later sold to the harbour and river works at Ashby.

There were also nine cutting carts which delivered all over the Mid Clarence. On special occasions, meat was displayed in the front window at night. All premises in Bushgrove at this time had gas plants in their shops, which effectively lit the town.

At this time, five general stores were opperating in Bushgrove, as well as a skating rink and picture show. First and second grade football and cricket teams were fielded. The Bushgrove band was famous.

The late Ted INMAN was slaughterman after he left Ramornie meat works about 1911. The record time for skinning a bullock at Ramornie was held by Mr. J. Slack, who beat Mr. INMAN by one knife stroke. The time, 3 1/2 minutes.

The shop changed hands a couple of times and then was destroyed by fire. A new brick shop was built. It now stands but is closed for business.

Mr. SHORT had another shop in Lawrence which, together with the Burshgrove Private Hospital, he later moved to Ulmarra where he carried on butchering until her retired to Grafton, his three sons taking over the business. 
 

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