Elizabeth Jane Garrett
MRS. ELIZABETH JANE EATHER.
Tho death occurred suddenly on Monday night of Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Bather, wife of Mr. James Eather, or Edward Street. Tho deceased, who was 42 years of age, had been a restident of Moree for 16 years. Besides a husband. she leaves seven children — 5 boys and 2 girls— the eldest of whom is 14 years and six months, and the youngest two years. The remains were interred in the R.O. portion of the cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, The Rev. Father Lloyd officiating at thee graveside.
Source: Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser 27 Sep 1923
James Freeman Cavill
546. Albert Charles Eather
Hung OH THE VERANDAH POST.
Albert Eather, 19, collar maker,, was charged at Newtown Police Court with assaulting Constable Robson while in the execution of his duty at Newtown on December 29. He was further charged with using obscene language on the same date. The evidence of Constable Butcher was that in consequence of a row. which took place at the Shakespere Hotel, King-street, Newtown, about 10 p.m. on December 29, several constables had to go in to the bar.- Eather then used some very bad language to the constable, who was about to arrest him. After arrest he struck Robson twice on the side of the face, and several times about the legs. He afterwards, got hold of a verandah post and hung on, and. shouted out that he would not go with the police. At the station, when Eather was charged with using obscene language, he remarked Everyone seems to be against me, even my father and mother. Mr. Smithers, S.M., convicted; and he was fined £3 or two months hard labor on each charge.
Source: Evening News 4 Jan 1907