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|Advertising (Advertising), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 27 December 1910 page Advertising||2013-05-17 13:11||Follow the Remains of his late dearlv-beloved
WIFE (Sa.rah), third daughter of the late
J. MORTER arc respectfullv invited to
|Follow the Remains of his late dearly beloved
WIFE (Sarah), third daughter of the late
J. MORTER arc respectfully invited to
|OBITUARY. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 28 December 1910 page Article||2013-05-17 13:08||The last sad rites iu connection with
the death of the la.te Mrs. Sarah Morter
were carried out yesterday, when her re
from tlic residence of her liuaband, Mr.
Henry J. Morter, 48 Smith-street. Numer
ous floral tokens of sympathy were re
ceived, including? a beautiful domed im
Messrs T. Harding, W. Hunting, T. Bwycr,
Messrs. T. Parker, IT. Victors, E. Conroy, j
Neilson. The president,, officers, and mem-1
bers of the A.N.A. were present. A short'
service was held at the house by the Rev. i
C. P. Brown, assisted by Messrs. Blen
at the grav;. Tlie mortuary arrangements
were carried cut by Mr. Thomas Sayer, j
of Bridge-stieet. '
|The last sad rites in connection with
the death of the late Mrs. Sarah Morter
were carried out yesterday, when her re-
from the residence of her husband, Mr.
Henry J. Morter, 48 Smith-street. Numer-
ous floral tokens of sympathy were re-
ceived, including a beautiful domed im-
Messrs T. Harding, W. Runting, T. Dwyer,
Messrs. T. Parker, H. Vickers, E. Conroy,
Neilson. The president, officers, and mem-
bers of the A.N.A. were present. A short
service was held at the house by the Rev.
C. P. Brown, assisted by Messrs. Blen-
at the grave. Tlie mortuary arrangements
were carried cut by Mr. Thomas Sayer,
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Thursday 21 November 1929 page Family Notices||2013-05-17 10:43||Bister Howe's Private Hospital, Wafceneld
street, to Mr. and Mrs. BVT. Cornish, Thlrd
. avenue, Helmsdale— a son (Alan Dean).
|Sister Rowe's Private Hospital, Wakefield-
street, to Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Cornish, Third
avenue, Helmsdale — a son (Alan Dean).
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Saturday 18 September 1926 page Family Notices||2013-05-17 10:24||, MATTHEW&—On the l?th September, to Mr.
CORNISH (nee Ivy Boyce).—On the 17th Sep
tember, at Hist Bowe'o hoepiUl, Wakeoeld-sbeeL
to Mt sad Mis. E^nrd Cornish, flebncdale—a
CRUHDYw—On the 12th September, at St
OONALTJSON.—On the S3rd Angmt. at "Best
OOBSON (nee Gven Ssntom). —On the 32ii
FALXNERv—On the IZth September, at
SMITH—STRACHAN^-On the 15th Septem.
„ APPMAWJING MARRIAGES.
|MATTHEWS —On the l?th September, to Mr.
CORNISH (nee Ivy Boyce).—On the 17th Sep-
tember, at Miss Rowe's hospital, Wakefield-street,
to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cornish, Helmsdale —a daughter
GRUNDY—On the 12th September, at St
DONALDSON.—On the S3rd Angmt. at "Best
DOBSON (nee Gven Ssntom). —On the 32ii
FALKNER — On the IZth September, at
SMITH—STRACHAN -On the 15th Septem.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 22 March 1924 page Family Notices||2013-05-17 10:19||youiiger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Boyce, of
'Sandhurst,' Broadway, (Jlenelg, to Howard . T.,
younger eon of Mrs.F. L. Cornish, of Millswood,
ajid:iJhe late James 'Obrnish, late of .Glenelg,
Moscley-street, Glenelg, on Wednesday,' 19th
March, at 7.30 p.m. /
|younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Boyce, of
'Sandhurst,' Broadway, Glenelg, to Howard . T.,
younger son of Mrs.F. L. Cornish, of Millswood,
and the late James Cornish, late of Glenelg,
Moseley-street, Glenelg, on Wednesday, 19th
March, at 7.30 p.m.
|COUNTRY NEWS. BALLARAT AND DISTRICT. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 8 January 1908 page Article||2013-05-16 12:07||Inquiii was rcsimiixl on fiiesd ii bl Mi
H M Miuplij, I'M «gliding the deilli
of Thomas C Thomas i(,cd 42, who died
us i lcsult of injin íes recen eil it the Duke
of Wellington mine on Deccinboi 20
Ula he u mg the el idcnye Ml Murplii
saul he did not think theic would be much
dillicultj foi the jin j lo decide who w is
lo blame lo lum it seemed obi ions tint
the men had not been suilii icntlj c ireful
Ihonuib w is in chin "c, mil bhould have
Reen that el en thing w is m older V icr
diet of ¡cculent.il (leith wau lecordcd
\ MINI li S DI AT1I
|Inquiry was resumed on Tuesday by Mr.
H. M. Murphy, P.M., regarding the death
of Thomas C. Thomas, aged 42, who died
as a result of injuries received at the Duke
of Wellington mine on December 20.
After hearing the evidence Mr. Murphy
said he did not think there would be much
difficulty for the jury to decide who was
to blame. To him it seemed obvious thatt
he men had not been sufficiently careful.
Thomas was in charge, and should have
seen that everything was in order. A ver-
dict of accidental death was reported.
A MINER'S DEATH
|POLICE. ADELAIDE: Monday, March 7. [Before Mr. W. J. Hinde, S.M., Hon. F. S. Wallis M.L.C., and Messrs. G. W. stacey and J. sincock] (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Tuesday 8 March 1921 page Article||2013-05-14 15:58||?cause whr an order^should not be made againrt
Mve evidence that ffte was- married to defendant in
IS07. There wcr-- four children, .igtvl 12. 11. 9,
smi 6 Yp-rrs. She had supported the children'
In two vears he had Drovid'd about £4. Defend
flnt said he was -willing to provid» a hmiie at
South Broken Hill, -where he was living with bis
brother in a furnished honsp of fonr riyirns. Tie
had bpfT at fhe Bmirr ri-rht through the strike
The Court ordered defendant to -nr £2 a week
to the secretary of fte Shre Children's Depart
|cause why an order should no be made against
gave evidence that she was married to defendant in
1907. There were four children, aged 12, 11, 9,
and 6 years. She had supported the children
In two years he had provided about £4. Defend-
ant said he was willing to provide a home at
South Broken Hill, where he was living with his
brother in a furnished home of four rooms. He
had been at the Barrier right through the strike.
The Court ordered defendant to pay £2 a week
to the secretary of the State Children's Depart-
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Wednesday 25 June 1941 page Family Notices||2013-05-14 14:22||HOEY i nee Ruby Allen I.—On the 20th ot
June, at Bindarra (Brighton1), to Mr. and Mrs.
J. Hoey—a son (Barry James). Thanking
Dr. Good, Sister McCailum and staff.
|HOEY (nee Ruby Allen) - On the 20th of
June, at Bindarra (Brighton), to Mr and Mrs
J. Hoey - a son (Barry James). Thanking
Dr. Good, Sister McCallum and staff.
|Not Guilty Of Attempted MELBOURNE, July 23. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 24 July 1954 page Article||2013-05-14 14:19||Mrs Iw Wilson, 44 gnri
||Mrs Ivy Wilson, 44 and
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Wednesday 10 May 1939 page Family Notices||2013-05-14 14:17||of J. F. Wilson—a daughter iMarlene Janice)
||of J. F. Wilson—a daughter (Marlene Janice)
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