The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) : 2019-02-11

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36 MONDAY FEBRUARY 11 2019 DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU Miss B Griffiths Cat Books the weekend of March 15. Any interested persons please contact on or to be held on Saturday, July 20. Please contact at Greg Purcell [email protected] Searching for an English teacher, Miss B Griffiths, who taught at Macquarie Boys High School in 1967. She returned to the US after one year. Please contact at with any A small box of books on cats is available in the Central Coast. Please only call if interested to pick up from on Gary Curtis 0406 966 375 [email protected] Will Bath Family Reunion Julian 0406 158 822. Binnaway Cemetery Dee Robny [email protected] A family reunion celebrating 175 years since William Bath and his family arrived in Walcha, NSW in 1844 is being planned for the weekend of March 29-31. All descendants and family friends are invited to attend. Contact at for details. Stamp Open Day Seeking information regarding the gravesites for John Allen and John Harold Stafford at the Binnaway Cemetery. Please contact on or information. The Philas House in Darlinghurst is hosting an open day for the small auction and sales of stamps on Saturday, February 16. Please contact on for more information. Acoustic Neuroma Assoc June [email protected] 0434 357 720. The Acoustic Neuroma Association of Australia will be holding a meeting commencing with lunch in the bistro at the Penhurst RSL Club from noon on Saturday, March 2. For further details please contact on Geoff 0409 982 473 Truda [email protected] Marist Brothers Kogarah Cape Hawke SLSC All students from the Marist Brothers Kogarah HSC class of 1969 and others who left prior to 1969 are invited to attend the 50-year reunion Shirley Beckett 02 4421 6963 [email protected] The Cape Hawke SLSC in Forster will be celebrating its 40th anniversary and reunion of former members on or email Japanese Gardens, Art and Architecture A JOURNEY FROM TOKYO TO KYOTO with Genevieve Jacobs 04–20 November 2019 (17 days) Discover the timeless beauty of Japanese autumn gardens and contemporary art and architecture in the company of garden writer and Japanophile Genevieve Jacobs. Genevieve Jacobs Garden writer PHOTO: Kenroku-en Garden, Kanazawa Visit, call 1300 727 095 or contact your travel agent. ATAS No. A14327 TELE01Z01MA - V1 1300 659 218

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