Australian Newspaper Articles II

Sydney – 1935                                                                                                                                Buggy – The relatives and friends of Constable Noel Thomas Buggy and Daphne of 56 Liverpool St, Rose Bay, are informed that the funeral of his late beloved wife and her dear mother Mrs. Galdys Muriel Buggy will leave St. Mary Magdalene’s Church, Rose Bay, this Wedensday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock for the Catholic cemetery, South Head.                    W.N. Bull Limited, Funeral Directors[1]

Warrnambool, Victoria – 1918                                                                                                            A meeting of Belfast Shire Council approved the following accounts for payment:               Thomas Buggy, stone crusher, 33 s. [shillings][2]

Liverpool, New South Wales – 1902                                                                                   Impounded in the Liverpool pound…..also on January 2nd 1902, from Hoxon Park, by Thomas Buggy: one dark yellow small sized poley cow, in good condition (in milk), in calf, piece out of near ear, off ear split in two places, branded like ‘n’ over V off rump – the V brand is put in flesh. If not released the above will be sold at the pound at noon on January 23rd, 1902.                                                                                                                                                L. Murphy, Poundkeeper.[3]

Sydney – 1880                                                                                                                              Laughin Buggy was appointed to the Public School Board for Public School District No. 6 in Sydney.[4]

Sydney – 1857                                                                                                                             William Thomas was charged with stealing a horse, saddle and bridle from Laughlin Buggy. Buggy worked as a publican at Cabramatta and this was also where the horse and associated items were stolen. Thomas worked for Buggy from 16 May before absconding on 1 June . The mare was found to be missing on 31 May and was found about five miles from Buggy’s house on 1 June.[5]

You can find most Buggy examples from Australian newspapers in Australian Newspaper Articles I.


[1] Author Unknown, Impounded in The Liverpool Herald, 4, January 1902,  p.5; National Library of Australia, http://trove.nla.gov.au: accessed 1 August 2012.

[2] Author Unknown, Belfast Shire Council in Warrnambool Standard, 5 March 1918, p.4; National Library of Australia, http://trove.nla.gov.au: accessed 1 August 2012.

[3] Author Unknown, Funerals in The Sydney Morning Herald, 9 October 1935, p.11; National Library of Australia, http://trove.nla.gov.au: accessed 1 August 2012.

[4] Author Unknown, Government Gazette in The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 December 1880, p.7; National Library of Australia, http://trove.nla.gov.au: accessed 1 August 2012.

[5] Author Unknown, Law Intelligence in The Empire, 11 June 1857, p.4; National Library of Australia, http://trove.nla.gov.au: accessed 1 August 2012.

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