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11-August-2014 (Sandra Brown)
11-August-2014 (Sandra Brown)

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The gates were erected by the citizens of Narrabri in 1933 to commemorate Dr Frederick J. R. Cade.

Dr Cade who died in 1931 practiced in Narrabri for more than thirty years. He was patron of many organisations and had been a committeman of the Narrabri Jockeys Club as well as being President for a short time.

Yesterday a crowd of about 500 persons attended the ceremonial opening of the gates erected at the entrance to Collins Park, in memory of the late Dr. F. Cade, who died at Narrabri on May 16, 1931. On behalf of the Cade Memorial committee, Dr. Clifford Jones entrusted the gates to the Mayor, who formally opened them. Speakers referred to Dr. Cade as a great and a good man, who had given valuable service to the community.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW), 5 September 1933.


Address:Tibbereena Street, Collins Park, Narrabri, 2390
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -30.327124
Long: 149.783077
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Gates
Monument Theme:People


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Monday 4th September, 1933
Left Side Inscription

Erected in Memory of 
Dr. F. J. R. CADE
Died 16th May 1931

Right Side Inscription

Opened By
His Worship the Mayor 
4th September 1933

Source: MA
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