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WOMAN MURDERED IN HOME
[ tagged as Alice Maud Diamond crime Murder Neutral Bay Strangled TCCC ]
The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995) Thursday 4 March 1943, page 3
Article 49 wordsBelieved to have been murdered the body of Mrs. Alice Maud Diamond 50 was found lying across her bed at her home at Benboyd Road, Neutral Bay, ...
DEATH OF ENGINEER
[ tagged as George Adams Neutral Bay Revolver Suicide ]
The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995) Thursday 13 June 1946, page 3
Article 54 wordsGeorge Adams, 60, mining engineer, of Neutral Bay was found dead on a kerb at Neutral Bay this afternoon with a bullet wound in his head ...
CYCLIST DIES OF INJURIES
SYDNEY, March 4.
[ tagged as Bicycle death Ernest Bradley Neutral Bay ]
The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) Monday 5 March 1934, page 11
Article 54 wordsErnest Bradley (15), a grocer's assistant, of Neutral Bay, was fatally injured on Saturday evening when the bicycle he was riding collided with a ...
[ tagged as 52nd Regiment Bowen Bridge Road Brisbane Bulimba Charles Henry Horsley Frederic Hamilton Scott Hart Harriet Isabel Blanche Horsley Henrietta Walker J Wood John Walker L D Younger Licensed surveyor M Lavelle Melbourne Neutral Bay New South Wales Parramatta Queensland Rev Hulton S King Rev Percy Jennings Smith Rev T Beaizley St Leonard s St Michael s Church Sydney (2) Talengetta Victoria William Hamilton Hart ]
The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Wednesday 5 April 1865, page 2
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[ tagged as 52nd Regiment A O Herbert Aberdeen Scotland Adelaide Street (2) Albert Victor Drury Albion Hotel Alexander Meikle Alexander Stewart Alexander Taylor Ann Street Bald Hills Ballymore Benjamin Backhouse birth 17 March Alfred DEIGHTON Blacksmith Bowen Bridge Road Breakfast Creek (2) Brewsterfield Brisbane (6) Bulimba Bush C Doust C F Robertson C M Winnieti Captain Ralph Castleblaney Charles Henry Horsley Charles Young City Arms Hotel Cleveland Colltique Compiegne Comrie Cork Cumnock Daniel Foley Roberts Death 15/4/65 of Emma DEIGHTON first wife of Edward DEIGHTON Denison Diggings Dorset Dudgeon E M Horsfall E W Laverack Edward Deighton (2) Edward DEIGHTON 1833-1894 Edward Hitchins Edward John Rudd Eliza Darcey Eliza Duthie Taylor Emma Deighton England (2) Essex Eugene Le Gould F A Forbes Fairview Park Fortitude Valley (2) France Frances Anne Mary Drury Frederic Hamilton Scott Hart G H Rees G T Watson George Young Glasgow (2) Grey Street H G Hinxman Halifax Harriet Isabel Blanche Horsley Harriett Anne Darcey Henrietta Walker Henry Darcey Henry Darcy Ralph Henry Detmer Thompson Infant death (4) Ipswich Ireland (3) J B Hoare J W Judd J Wood James Cairns James Long James Macmillan James McDonald John Armstrong Lewis John Drummond John Fraser John McCallum John Neish John Walker Kelly L D Younger Leichhardt Street Leila Elsie Roberts Licensed surveryor Louis Hope Louis Le Gould M Lavelle Maria Vine Stewart Mary Ann Chesson Mary Barclay Macmillan Mary Drury Maryborough Maryborough Qld BDMs Melbourne Minnie Josephine Wilson Monmouthshire Montpellier Moreton Cottage Mountain View Neutral Bay New South Wales (3) North Quay Osbourne s Hotel P Mayne P Tevlin Parramatta Penrose Estate Perthshire Petrie Terrace (2) Plymouth Pontnewynnydd Primitive Methodist Minister (2) Queen Street Queensland Ravenswood Rev Alexander Caldwell Rev Hulton S King Rev J Buckle (2) Rev James Love (2) Rev Percy Jennings Smith Rev R McGavin Rev T Beaizley Riversleigh Robert Filshie Royal Hotel Russell Street Samuel Pugh Scarlet fever Scotland South Brisbane (7) South Devon Place St Leonard s St Michael s Church Sydney (2) T P Pugh Talengetta The Lady Young The Manse The Queensland Thomas Cooper Tynan Victoria W T Blakeney Wahcumba Wahcumbah Wahcumbah (sic) Wahoumbah Wickham Terrace (3) William Hamilton Hart William Muir William P Walker Wimbourne Windsor Yorkshire ]
The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Monday 17 April 1865, page 1
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Field Agnes Glenton Agnes Lonie Albert Kelly Albert Kimberley Aldred Alecia Rigg Alecia Smart Alex Dell Alex McGregor Alf Finnie Alfred George Robinson Alfred M Jonas Alice Coleman Alice Connery Alice Holley Alice Maud Common (2) Alice McGregor Allen Kelly Amelia Hodgson Amy Carson Amy Kimberley Amy Mansfield Anderson Street Chatswood Andrew John Telfer Angie Dickenson Ann Boyd (2) Ann Finnie Annie Bowman Annie Elizabeth Wicks Annie Field Annie Gardiner Annie Glenton Annie Jane Falls Annie Jane Hamilton Annie Knowles Annie Lindsay Ducker Annie Mansour Annie Phillips Anthony Mansour Archie Scutt Arthur Bransgrove (2) Arthur Common Arthur Holley Arthur Kelly Arthur W Common Ashfield B Foley B W King Babe Sewell Ballangarry Balmain Hospital Barraba (2) Barrett Barry Pointer Bathurst (4) Beatty Bega Beggs Bella McGregor Belle Dewhurst Belle Hobbs Bellevue Hill Belmore Private Hospital Ben Reynolds Ben Wicks Bernice Tudor Berrima Bert Hobbs Beryl Marguerite Martin Bessie Kynaston Bessie McEwin Betty Robinson Beverley Jeanette Stone Beverly Jean Desreaux Blakesly Street Chatswood Blance Hume Bogie Bondi Boonara Boorowa (2) Botany Brayton Brisbane Bruce McEwin Bruce McIntosh Sinclair C D Baker C T Trickett C Varley Cairns Cambelltown Campsie Canrobert Street Mosman Capertee Carl Spies Carrie Miles Castlecrag Catherine Gilderthorp Catherine Hannah Florence Gardiner Catherine Hannah Florence Lyons Cecil Dickenson Cecil Henry Charlemount Charles Beat Charles D Websdale Charles Gittoes Charles Holley (2) Charles Mills Charles Nilsson Charles Stone Charles Thomas Dennett Chatswood Cheltenham (2) Chris Tudor Christ Church Church of England Cemetery Clara Alice Kaye (2) Claremont Clayfield Clem Henry Clifton Southwell Clive Kynaston Cobbadah Cobbold Colin Edward Barnes Colin Ford Colin J Campbell Collarenebri (2) Collaroy Concord Coogee Coogee Bay Road Coonamble Cootamunda Courtney McDowall Cremorne (2) Crows Nest Cyril Henderson D E Everingham D F Middleton D S Simpson David Henry David N Henry Dawn Raymer Hunter Delia Rosewell Dick Norrish Dobb Don Dell Dookie College Doris Brown Doris Clark Dorothy Dell Dorothy McGregor Dorothy Pointer Dorrie McGregor Drew Street Westmead Drummoyne Dubbo Dulwich Hill E A Barnes E E Haager E G Spencer E J Frederick E M Smithson E M Williams Eastwood Edith Crick Edith Ham Edith Henry Edith Kynaston Edith Lyons Edith Stone Edward H Kelly Edward Henry Row Edward Hobbs Edward Holley Edward McLeod Effie Hobbs Eileen Foley Eileen Murielle Frederick Eileen Pointer Eileen Porter Eileen Reynolds Eith Reed Elaine Elizabeth Rigg Eleanor Ann Merchant Elixabeth Mansour Eliza Butcher Eliza Farrimond Eliza Gardiner Eliza Jane Hobbs Elizabeth Adelaide Price Elizabeth Coleman Elizabeth Falls Elizabeth Lavenia Barnes Elizabeth Lavenia Dewhurst Ella Hilleard Ella Hobbs Ellem Vannia Ellen Kimberley Ellen McDowall Ellen Tudor Elsie Blance Elsie McKechnie Elsie Reynolds Em Pilkington Emily Holley Emily Margaret Saunders Emma Critchley Emma Groves Emma Lyons England (2) Enid Buckland Enid Ford Enid Henderson Epping Epping Private Hospital Epworth Hospital Eric Hawkins Eric John Smyth Eric Smith Ern Brown Ernest Presdee Errol Hutchinson Esther Paton Ethel Bell Russom Ethel Field Ethel Gibb Ethel Newton Eton Private Hospital Eva Ashe Eva Butcher F A Deegan F C Capel F G Tudor F H Dixon F J Campbell F S Smith F Sedgwick Fanny Boyd Fanny Tudor Fay Pratt Field of Mars Fivedock Florence Hill Florrie Butcher Francis George Kynaston Frank Dixon Frank Dwell Frank Mansour Frank Reynolds Frank W Small Fred Holley Fred Jordan Fred McKechnie Fred Pratt Fred Wicks Frederick Kelly Frederick Timbs Freshfield G Desreaux G Hunt G Norrish Geoffrey Hugh Mcdonald George Hall (2) George N Falls Georgie Leman (2) Gertrude Matilda Reynolds Gilbert Edward Henry Backhouse Gladesville Gladys Green Gladys Gregg Gladys Leman Gladys McKechnie Glenyarrah Gordon Gordon Hamilton Nesbitt Gosford Goshen Hospital Grace Beat Grace Butcher Grace Coleman Grahame Ross Belyea Graheme Ross Belyea Greenwich (2) Griffith Street Manly Gundamulda Gwen Hunt Gwen McKechnie Gwendolyn Black Gwendolyn Powter Gwynne Tudor H A Mortimer H Clark H J Hodgson H Vaughan Haberfield Haining Halifax Hamilton Street Dapto Hannah Henry Harold Dell Harry Hodge Harry Kelly Harry Leman Helen Beat Helen Mary Lumby Helena Jordan Henry M Pointer Herbert Crick Hilda Wicks Hill End Hill Street Tamworth Hillston Home birth Hospital Hurbert Butcher Hurstville (3) I L Jurd Ida Kelly Ida Kimberley Ida Moore Ileen Smyth Ileen Thompson Ilma Pope Ilma Smith Ilma Thomas Infant death (4) Inglemere Private Hospital Ingram Dudley Moore Irene Goddard Ivy Drummond Ivy Glenton J B Hodgson J B Paton J Barnes J Bell J Blance J E Evans J Hewit J Hunter J J Scutt J M Martin J P Brown J P Wyer J Stevens Jack Gregg Jack Hespe Jack R Mogride Jamberoo James Ballantine Beat James Daniel Hodgson James Frederick Capel James Frederick Honson James Heaffey James Henry Glenton James McDowall Janette Marjorie Shea Janice Amy Hawkins Janie Bransgrove Jean Brodribb Jean Desreaux Jean Frazer Jean O Hara Jean Small Jean Waddell Jean Wilson Jennifer Robin Southwell Jess Boyd Jessie Brown (2) Jessie Clark Jessie Crick Jessie Middleton Jessie Moffat Jim Lackenby Joan Filmer Joe Moore Joes Spies John Anthony George Brown John Bede Regan John Campbell McNaughton Brunton John Cavanough John Dickenson John Edward Mannix John Hespe John Lonie John McKechnie John Peter Heaffey John Ruddell Mogridge John Toohey Joseph Coleman Joseph Collyer McLeod Joseph Crick Joseph Knight Joseph Saunders June Norrish June Roberts Kate Gilderthorp Kate Holley Katoon Kevin Hespe Kit Spies Kitty Sherrard Kogarah L Foley L L Belyea Lakemba Lalla Bowman Lalla Hicks Lalla Williams Lands Department Launceston Laurence Knowles Leichhardt Len Dell Les McGregor Lewisham Hospital (2) Lidsdale Lila Reynolds Lilliam Crick Lillian Aldred Lillian Varley Lily Dell Linda Bradley Linda Kefford Lindfield Lionel Reynolds Lithgow Liverpool Lou Boyd Louis Letters Louisa Mary Carson Louisa Sewell (2) Lucy Spies Lucy Tudor Lurline Hespe Lurnea Private Hospital Lydia Haining Lynton M Gibb M McDonald M Nesbitt Mabel Kaye Mabel Kimberley Mable Gittoes Madeline Common (2) Maisie Paton Malmain Manning Marcus de Plater Margaret Edith Spencer Margaret Ethel Quine Margaret Websdale Margaret Winifred Robinson Marjorie Connaghan Marjorie Deegan Marjorie Haager Marjorie Helen Thompson Mark H Reynolds Marrickville Mary Ann Coleman Mary Ann Manahan Mary Burford Mary Clare Williams Trickett Mary Gregg Mary Jane Dennett Mary Jane Hespe Mary Jonas (2) Mary Kelso Mary Lafferty Mary Louisa Alderson Mary Mansour Mary Martin Mary McLeod Mary Moss Mary Russom Mary Spies Mary Waters Mascot Maud James Maud Kimberley Maxwell Connery May Hepple May Hespe May Kelly May Mansour May Saunders May Telfer Melbourne (4) Merriwa Methodist Cemetery Mildred Mercer Mildred Miller Miller s Forest Millie Gittoes Millie Reynolds Milton Henry Milton Private Hospital Minnie Hewit Minnie McLeod Minnie Paradice Minto Private Hospital Miriam Cowan Mollie McGregor Mollie Thyra Bell West Molly Carson Moree Moree McLennan s Private Hospital Mosman Mudgee Cemetery Muriel Bell Muriel Brown Muriel Common Muriel Isabelle Lindley Myrtle Henry Myrtle McAllan N G Hutchinson N Shea Nancy Campbell Nancy Gregg Napier Thomson Neil Black Neils Einersen Nell Coleman Nellie Dwyer Nellie Flora Baker Nellie Flora Pointer Nellie Henderson Nettie Hewit Nettie McLeod Neutral Bay New South Wales Newtown (3) Nita Lackenby Nita Torr Norma Wilby Smith Norman McLeod North Sydney (2) Northbridge Nurse Hilcoats Private Hospital Nurse Nissen s Private Hospital Oatley Oberon Olga Curotta Olive Barnes Olive Cramp Olive Hobbs Olive May Cramp nee Hobbs Ollie Butcher Olsen Oroya Private Hospital Oscar Henry Osmyn Victor Andrew Ottley Basclain Ottley Whitney Ourimbah Ouyan Oxley Mannix P J McAllan Pamela Elizabeth Gibb Park Crescent Pymble Parkes Parkview Private Hospital Parramatta (2) Partridge Pat Dwyer Patrick McQuillan Patton Paul Mansour Perd Spies Peter Clark Lyons Peter Francis Basclain Peter Francis Basclian Peter Lyons Phillis McKechnie Phyllis Geddes Phyllis Reynolds Phyllis Toohey Piper Street Leichhardt Port Stephens Lighthouse Portfield Potts Point Private Hospital (4) Pryn Samuel Moseley (2) Queen Dell Queen Paton Quine QUINE Margaret Ethel Birth R C Albe R G Cowan R G Lindley R H Oakes R L Hobson R L Hodgson Ralph Glenton Ralph Pilkington Randwick (3) Ray Hepple Ray McLeod Raymond Downs Raymond Terrace Reg Carson Reginald Gregg Reginald William Albe Reiny Hespe Renwick Hospital Rev C T L Yarrington Rev D S Brunton Rev E Graham Rev Gravard Trower Rev J McLeod Rev James Carson Rev M Morton Rev T Knox Rex Cleugh-Black Richard Andrew Richard Arthur Hobson Richard Miller Richard Smyth Richmond Private Hospital Robert Butcher Robert Dey Robert Francis Butcher Robert Henry Robert Steven Brown Rockdale Rockerick John Filmer Roderick John Filmer Roland Eric Hodge Ron McKechnie Rona Glenton Rookwood Rose Bay Roseville Rosina McQuillan Roslyn Private Hospital Ross Clark Ross William Donaldson Rowe Street Eastwood Rowland Hill Ducker Roy Hilton McGregor Roy McGregor Ruby Finnie Ruby Hill Ruby Hobbs Ruby Simpson Ruby Wedding Rufina Spies Russell Cole Graham Russell Gittoes Ruth Reynolds Rutherglen Private Hospital Rylstone S de Plater Saba Sadleir Sally Bowman Sarah Ann Knight Sarah Anna Tilley Sarah Kelly Sarah King Sep Jonas Shelagh Maureen Deegan Shield Shirley Gregg Smith Sohpia Jessie Presdee Sophia Chidgey Sophia Singleton Spring Grove St Clement s St Edmunds Private Hospital St Enoch s Presbyterian Church Newtown St John s St Stephen s Church Stillborn Strathfield (2) Stuart Graham Superintendant Sydney (5) Sydney Craig Sydney Donaldson Sydney Hospital T Smith Tasmania Ted Hobbs Tennyson Avenue Turramurra Thomas Beat Thomas Carson Thomas Dickenson (3) Thomas Hill Thomas Holley (2) Thomas Kelly Thomas Singleton Thomas Tierney Thomas Waddell Tim Brown Tom Gregg Tom withers Toowoomba Trix Pashley Trueman Tumut Una Gittoes Vera Holley Victor Smith Victoria Victoria Andrew Victoria Arida Victoria Maitland Victoria Mansour Vin Spies Violet Andrew Violet Bowman Violet Mansour W A Williams W Cleugh-Black W Downs W G Frazer W H Felstead W Ham W L Buckland W S Lumby W S Miller W Wilson Wall Boyd Wallace Goddard Wallsend District Hospital Walmer Walter Common Walter Dell Walter Miller Walton J Rigg War Memorial Hospital (2) Warilda Warren Mansour Warwick Williams Waverley (4) Wendy Karlene Mills West Ryde Western Australia Whitecourt Wilcannia Will Boyd Will Paradice William Beat William Gardiner William Hamilton William Henry Miles William Herbert Clark (2) William Holley William Kelly William Smith William Street Bathurst Williams Barnes Willoughby Wimibimbil Winbah Winifred Burdett Gell Winifred Robinson Winifred Southwell Winifredd Salter Woodleigh Private Hospital (2) Woodstock Woowich Woronora Wyuna Private Hospital Yallambee Yarra Yellow Cab Co Zillah Bowman ]
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 1 August 1936, page 16
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MISS NELLIE LEACH'S DEPARTURE.
[ tagged as Australian singers abroad Nellie Leach Neutral Bay ]
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 30 July 1910, page 16
Article 88 wordsMiss Nellie. Leach, a youthful singer of talent, who was brought out at Herr Emil Greder's concerts last year, and has since made various successful appearances in the city, will sail by the Zealandia on ...
ENTERTAINMENT AT NEUTRAL BAY.
[ tagged as Australian singers Nellie Leach Neutral Bay ]
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 20 February 1904, page 7
Article 75 wordsA successful entertainment in aid of the funds of St. Augustine's Church Neutral Bay, was given early in the week at the Watersleigh Hall. A programme of vocal and instrumental music and recitations was rendered, amongst ...
THE MIRROR OF SOCIETY
[ tagged as Allard Traill Australian singers abroad Helen Mosely (Mrs Holroyde) Nellie Leach Neutral bay ]
The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Saturday 13 January 1934, page 23
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The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 25 May 1918, page 12
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Shipments for Australia LONG TASK COMPLETED. (Australian Press Association.)
[ tagged as Neutral Bay St Augustine's Stained Glass WW1 ]
Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954) Monday 12 April 1926, page 1
Article 123 wordsLONDON, Saturday.—The oldestestablished stained glass manufactory in London will be shortly despatching a series of windows for Saint ...
A Bowral Grazier.
[ tagged as Edith Mary Alexandra Cooper Emily Madeline Cooper Emily Madeline Priddle Ernest Theophilus Cooper Frederick Cooper Henry Edwin Sydney Cooper Herbert Beverley Cooper Inverell Joseph Cooper Neutral Bay Percival Scott Cooper Septimus Claude Cooper Theophilus Cooper Theophilus Hampton Cooper Theophilus Hamson Cooper ]
Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW : 1889 - 1915) Thursday 6 June 1912, page 3
Article 325 wordsProbate has been granted in respect of the will of the late Mr. Theophilus Cooper., grazier, of Bowral, who died at Noutra[?] Bay on February 17th last. ...
NEWS OF THE DAY.
[ tagged as Accidental Drowning Amy Mann Drowning Accident Edward Mann Inquest Joshua Miller Neutral Bay St Leonards Thomas Linley Txxt Split ]
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 15 August 1879, page 4
Article 4444 wordsWE believe that his Excellency Lord Augustus Loftus, will leave Sydney this morning by special train on a visit to Lithgow, to view the Zigzag and the mountain secnery. ...
[ tagged as Gallipoli George Harman Burke Hill 60 In memory Neutral Bay ]
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Friday 22 August 1924, page 8
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Death of 'Leo' Chamier
[ tagged as 3 Anderson Street Lansdowne Neutral Bay Raymond Road ]
The Sydney Stock and Station Journal (NSW : 1896 - 1924) Tuesday 19 December 1922, page 4
Article 413 wordsIt is more than a "figure of speech" to say that the news of this event, which took place on Wednesday last, came as a great shock to the numerous ...
[ tagged as 3 Anderson Street 3 Raymond Road Frederick Jones Kaloondra Lansdowne Neutral Bay Schetrumpf Wilson ]
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Thursday 23 August 1934, page 7
Family Notices 3091 words
[ tagged as 3 Raymond Road Coruisk later Lansdowne Neutral Bay ]
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 19 October 1907, page 24
Advertising 6677 words
[ tagged as Anderson Road Coruisk E C Batt Lansdowne Neutral Bay Raymond Road ]
Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1870 - 1907) Wednesday 28 August 1907, page 18
Family Notices 150 words
STAINED GLASS MEMORIALS.
[ tagged as Neutral Bay NSW St Augustine's Stained Glass ]
Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928) Monday 12 April 1926, page 5
Article 121 wordsLONDON, Saturday Morning.— The oldest established stained glass man[?]factury in London is shortly despatching a series of windows to Saint ...
[ tagged as Neutral Bay Reg L Tonking Taxation Department ]
Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954) Thursday 3 February 1944, page 5
Article 661 wordsMr. Reg. L. Tonking, together with his wife and two daughters, spent the day in Wellington on Friday last. Reg, who was ...
[ tagged as Neutral Bay Reginald Llewelyn Tonking ]
The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) Wednesday 23 January 1957, page 31
Article ILLUSTRATED 692 words