Items focus on the extended families of Donald Campbell Campbell (Isle of Coll, Scotland), and his three sons Malcolm (of Cornaig, Coll), Murdoch (of Caolas, Coll) and Neil (Tacksman of Sunipol, Mull,...
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The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1930 - 1956)Thursday 23 November 1933 p 44 Article Illustrated
... A VOTARY OF MUSIC Mr. J. Rupert Thompson ROCKHAMPTON, November 21. If he desired, Mr. J. Rupert ... soprano, has MR. J. RUPERT THOMPSOX. owned devotion to only one pursuit — music. Rockhamnton has known ...
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The Chaser (Glebe, NSW : 1999 - 2005)Wednesday 2 June 1999 p 12 Article Illustrated
... RupertMurdoch: Olympics Minister? Last Soniay, the official Olympic ticketing guide was released ... hawe been to Murdoch's advantage. jy~'X. ver the past few weeks Hie Dmfy Telegraph has Ubeera plugging ...
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The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995)Wednesday 10 October 1973 p 5 Article
... Murdoch LONDON, Tuesday (AAP). — Australian Press magnate Mr RupertMurdoch is believed to be ... yesterday. Mr Murdoch had begun recruiting staff and was taking office space in Manhattan for the new ...
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