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|CONCERNING PEOPLE. (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Monday 24 August 1914 page Article||2013-11-17 23:18||Hermann Gallus (Adelaide), £4,1oo; Marv
||Hermann Gallus (Adelaide), £4,1oo; Mary
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Thursday 2 July 1914 page Family Notices||2013-11-17 23:16||BIRTHS.—Rex Aubrey HARRISON ; Effie Agnes KNOTT ; PLUNKETT, a daughter. MARRIAGE.—James Leishman CHALMERS to Janet Thompson LEES. DEATHS.—Eleanor Ann BLUNT ; Jane Sarah COLLINS ; GRIFFIN [?] ; Annie Catherine SAVILLE. IN MEMORIAM.—John Hamilton McINNES ; [Mary Ann] WHICKER.
||BIRTHS.—Rex Aubrey HARRISON ; Effie Agnes KNOTT ; PLUNKETT, a daughter. MARRIAGE.—James Leishman CHALMERS to Janet Thompson LEES. DEATHS.—Eleanor Ann BLUNT ; Jane Sarah COLLINS ; ¶GRIFFIN.—On the 3rd June, at Broken Hill, the youngest and beloved son of Mrs. A.C. Griffin, First street, Bowden Park.¶ ; Annie Catherine SAVILLE. IN MEMORIAM.—John Hamilton McINNES ; [Mary Ann] WHICKER.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 29 May 1915 page Family Notices||2013-11-17 23:02||GRIFFIN.— In loving memory o? our dear
May 23. 1914.
—Inserted b.v her lovine' son and daughter-in-law,
Hui-tlc and Myrtle and Jttkie.
|GRIFFIN.— In loving memory of our dear
May 26, 1914.
—Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law,
Hurtle and Myrtle and Jackie.
|Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Thursday 14 September 1905 page Advertising||2013-11-16 13:10||LOST an Alderney Cow frirai Green ia., Broi_j»<
ton Reward on returning ATJ Ryles, Green*
|LOST an Alderney Cow from Green-st. Bromp-
ton. Reward on returning A. Ryles, Gree-
|ST. PETERS COUNCIL. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Saturday 4 March 1899 page Article||2013-11-16 12:38||SUyor R'yles, at the invitation of the mayor.
||Mayor Wyles, at the invitation of the mayor.
|Advertising (Advertising), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Wednesday 12 August 1896 page Advertising||2013-11-16 12:32||JOHN \rYLES, Secretary.
||JOHN WYLES, Secretary.
|No title (Article), South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), Wednesday 17 January 1894 page Article||2013-11-16 11:55||Bromptcn Pack, on a charge of bigamy. The
have been residing in Pickering street, Bromp
|Brompton Pack, on a charge of bigamy. The
have been residing in Pickering street, Bromp-
|ASSAULT AT HINDMARSH. AN EX-POLICEMAN ATTACKS HIS WIFE. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Tuesday 25 July 1893 page Article||2013-11-16 11:50||about 10 lbs., inflicting a serious wound at die
base of the akulL Dr. Stewart was called in,
Btrong gave himself up at the Hindmareh
Police- Btation, and admitted what he had
boots. He Buddenly seized the iron dog
Kylea, aged 18 years, a son of Mrs. Armstrong,
hearing bis mother screaming young Kyles and
would not, it is Baid, give over
has left her two or three times, and only re
she Bhould go to Melbourne, but she refused.
|about 10 lbs., inflicting a serious wound at the
base of the skull. Dr. Stewart was called in,
strong gave himself up at the Hindmareh
Police-station, and admitted what he had
boots. He suddenly seized the iron dog
Ryles, aged 18 years, a son of Mrs. Armstrong,
hearing his mother screaming young Ryles and
would not, it is said, give over
has left her two or three times, and only re-
she should go to Melbourne, but she refused.
|POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1. [Before Mr. J. Gordon, S.M.] (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Thursday 2 March 1893 page Detailed lists, results, guides||2013-11-16 11:16||A-.'ruu Kiilrn, John Hi!', Jol,n Huston,]
'.Viai-.'oMc pulton. and Jtar-iunt PtUr.ijii were
ohai£ed with ansaultiiif; William Henry |
Tnmiipson on the Mamiu-road. Mr. V. X
Smith appeared fur lVtereon. Thu de
fendants pleaded nut smlcy. The prosecutor
i-tated that on Fotinioty 18 he was
pounced upon by tn*? defendants, who, with-!
out thy ulightdist provocation, beat him
violently. He was net known inTtftmallv to
any of tbe defendants and could not account
for tlii> assault. Ryles was riding on borse
back and he flushed him severely aiieut
the body with bis whip and afterwards
butajHjd his head iuto bis j-tonuch. He
struck Kylea iv f^lf lieffn.f. Mr-. s>utu>n
hit him with a stick slid Hill kicked him in j
th* rib*. I'roaeiucor could not say whether
LJuxton KiCerfnred with him; hu was tatht-r
incline) to think be did not. A? soon as
the battlo was oxvr the whole party
jumped alunK to Thibnrton, where the
prosecutor lrat Bight ot the di-ffndanb*.
Mrs. Thompson ali-o pa\>' pndmc« corrobo
ratinp her hubband's statement*. Slit* waxed
iadiirnant at the crof-s-txatuinatioo of Mr.
Smith, whom ehe ahked if he knew who
lie was Irving to Kct nt- X' defenco
as stated by Mrs. Peterson wag to thn
effect that Thompson jammed thu pony her
ehe was in. Kyles remonstrated wicb him for
cut him in the face with hid whip, lie cut
Ryles'g eye. Mia. l'«ter-on did not leave
tbe trap, nor did Mrs. so
that the prosecutor's assertion that be was
Hill played was to stop Thompnon from
assaulting Rylea. In cross-examination In
*pHCtor Sullivan elicited from Kyles that he
had been in paol for assault and had been
fined for riotous behavior and indecent lan
|Aaron Kyles, John Hill, John Burton,
Charlotte Sutton, and Margaret Peterson were
charged with assaulting William Henry
Thompson on the Marion-road. Mr. V. F.
Smith appeared fur Peterson. The de-
fendants pleaded not guilty. The prosecutor
stated that on February 18 he was
pounced upon by the defendants, who, with-
out the slightest provocation, beat him
violently. He was not known personallv to
any of the defendants and could not account
for the assault. Ryles was riding on horse-
back and he slashed him severely about
the body with his whip and afterwards
bumped his head into his stomach. He
struck Ryles in self-defence. Mrs. Sutton
hit him with a stick and Hill kicked him in
the ribs. Prosecutor could not say whether
Buxton interfered with him; he was rather
inclined to think he did not. As soon as
the battle was over the whole party
jogged along to Thebarton, where the
prosecutor lost sight ot the defendants.
Mrs. Thompson also gave evidence corrobo-
rating her husband's statement. She waxed
indignant at the cross-examination of Mr.
Smith, whom she asked if he knew who
he was Trying to get at. The defence
as stated by Mrs. Peterson was to the
effect that Thompson jammed the pony her
she was in. Ryles remonstrated witb him for
cut him in the face with his whip, He cut
Ryles's eye. Mrs. Peterson did not leave
the trap, nor did Mrs. Sutton, so
that the prosecutor's assertion that he was
Hill played was to stop Thompson from
assaulting Ryles. In cross-examination In-
spector Sullivan elicited from Ryles that he
had been in gaol for assault and had been
fined for riotous behavior and indecent lan-
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Thursday 15 September 1892 page Family Notices||2013-11-16 11:00||cf her daughter, Mrs. S. Rylee, Carrondown. Mrs.
Sophia Wills, late of Unley, aged 76 years. ever
|of her daughter, Mrs. S. Ryles, Carrondown. Mrs.
Sophia Wills, late of Unley, aged 76 years. For ever
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