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3 noelwoodhouse 2,920,168
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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 17 August 1939 [Issue No.1859] page 14 2017-04-25 13:39 Mr. and Mrs. K Guldbransen, Kilcoy.
Mr. and Mrs. E Guldbransen, Kilcoy.
CORN COB COMPETITION. INCREASED YIELD. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Saturday 3 August 1918 [Issue No.18,890] page 13 2017-04-25 13:23 Isabella, Guldbransen (Samford), 18yrs, I
Isabella Guldbransen (Samford), 18yrs, I
RINGSIDE SEAT By Neville Davidson 3 BIG TITLES AT STADIUM (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 11 June 1953 page 7 2017-04-25 13:15 from Gympie. Wai Guld
from Gympie. Wa Guld
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL APPEAL. MUCH MORE MONEY NEEDED. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Friday 24 August 1923 [Issue No.20,464] page 13 2017-04-25 13:14 binanas donated by Mr
H Guldbransen, Samfoid
bananas donated by Mr
E Guldbransen, Samfoid
Comet Caused Hunt To Catch Suspect Court Told Of Night Gunplay (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Tuesday 30 December 1947 [Issue No.3462] page 3 2017-04-25 13:09 Comet C a used Huni
Niaht Cunolav
ing attempted to kill Mr*.
ing attempted to kill Mr*.
toko told the. alleged gun
toko told the. alleged gun
. Thomas Henry Granshaw,
tcho teas in his backyard
looking- at the: comet ir/ien
he ' saw ft torch light at a
. Thomas Henry Granshaw,
tcho teas in his backyard
looking- at the: comet ir/ien
he ' saw ft torch light at a
? neighbour's home.
THE comet seen in Brisbane oh the night
A woman neignDour, wno
his gun or of this threat tc
shoot, and, it was' alleged, he
at another resident, who alsc
: pRAHAME was committed to
i and was remanded unul Janu
killing charge and six counts oi
It was claimed that- a hand
' crenade was found in a haver -
! °ack which Grahame allegedly
1 threw into the river before div
| ing from the Hawthorne Ferry
! After a request by Grahame
I that charges against him shoulc
! be heard separately, evidenc
j was heard on a charge of hav
ing attempted unlawfully to kil.1
I Christina Granshaw. ?
- — ?
?T WAS listening to a radlc
serial, and ray husbanc
I icent out to see the comet from
I the backyard,' said Mrs. Gran
| thaw. 'When he came back 2
I could see a torch flashing &
I the Brown's place. I Went oui
E Grahame, who had walked from
' Brcvn s place, come towards
me I said, 'What were you
doing at Mrs. Brown's place?'
'He said, 'Stand aside— I've
got a gun.' I said, 'I am noi
frightened of your gun.' H(
said '111 shoot.' I said, 'I am
not frightened of that'— ani
with that he fired.'
Mrs Granshaw said chai
away when he fired. She hac
hame ran towards the ferry
She followed, calling, 'Stop
thief.' She heard another shot
md saw a flash in the dark
l!l told Mr. W. Rillie, S.M.: J'lt
Ins about 8.40 that Saturday
I&izht when I went out to have
lilook at the comet. I heard
I something fall in Brown's
? house, then I saw a torch
| Mi. I tried to raise the
| neighbours, and went out into
? the street. I saw the man
| leave Brown's place.'
? that after seeing Mrs. Gran
? fhaw while on patrol he and
? Detective Sergeant J. Mahony
? end Detective Rhead recalled
? the Hawthorne ferry, which
? bad just pulled out. As it re
? tamed he saw Grahame throw
? a haversack and bag into the
? river and dive in.
? Grahame disappeared under
? the water twice, and finally
? cried out: 'Help! I am get
? lis? done.' They assisted him
? from the river with a rope
? GiiMbtansen said he told
? Grahame of the night's events
Mis described to him by
?residents. He said he had been
?told that the Granshaws had
?arranged to have someone tele
pnone tne police while they
'I am a fellow who don't talk.'
and fired a shot at him. Tav
his rifle. '
from the dock, Grahame
asked the detective : 'You said
I said 'lama fellow who don't,
talk : Am I in the habit of
Grahame. who nleaded not
tor P. .J. voigt he was refused
aJ.v 6 on a charge of having
entering charges. ?
Comet Caused Hunt
Night Gunplay
ing attempted to kill Mrs.
ing attempted to kill Mrs.
who told the alleged gun
who told the alleged gun
Thomas Henry Granshaw,
who was in his backyard
looking at the comet when
he saw a torch light at a
Thomas Henry Granshaw,
who was in his backyard
looking at the comet when
he saw a torch light at a
neighbour's home.
THE comet seen in Brisbane on the night
A woman neighbour, who
his gun or of this threat to
shoot, and, it was alleged, he
at another resident, who also
GRAHAME was committed to
and was remanded until Janu
killing charge and six counts of
It was claimed that a hand
grenade was found in a haver -
sack which Grahame allegedly
threw into the river before div
ing from the Hawthorne Ferry
After a request by Grahame
that charges against him should
be heard separately, evidence
was heard on a charge of hav
ing attempted unlawfully to kill
Christina Granshaw.

"I WAS listening to a radlo
serial, and my husband
went out to see the comet from
the backyard," said Mrs. Gran
shaw. "When he came back
I could see a torch flashing aat
the Brown's place. I went out
Grahame, who had walked from
Brown's place, come towards
me. I said, "What were you
doing at Mrs. Brown's place?"
"He said, 'Stand aside— I've
got a gun.' I said, 'I am not
frightened of your gun.' He
said 'I'll shoot.' I said, 'I am
not frightened of that'— and
with that he fired."
Mrs Granshaw said that
away when he fired. She had
hame ran towards the ferry.
She followed, calling, "Stop
thief." She heard another shot
and saw a flash in the dark
told Mr. W. Rillie, S.M.: "It
was about 8.40 that Saturday
night when I went out to have
a look at the comet. I heard
something fall in Brown's
house, then I saw a torch
flash. I tried to raise the
neighbours, and went out into
the street. I saw the man
leave Brown's place."
that after seeing Mrs. Gran
shaw while on patrol he and
Detective Sergeant J. Mahony
and Detective Rhead recalled
the Hawthorne ferry, which
had just pulled out. As it re
turned he saw Grahame throw
a haversack and bag into the
river and dive in.
Grahame disappeared under
the water twice, and finally
cried out: "Help! I am get
ting done." They assisted him
from the river with a rope.
Gilbransen said he told
Grahame of the night's events
as described to him by
residents. He said he had been
told that the Granshaws had
arranged to have someone tele
phone tne police while they
"I am a fellow who don't talk."
and fired a shot at him. Tay
From the dock, Grahame
asked the detective : "You said
I said ' lam a fellow who don't
talk' : Am I in the habit of
Grahame, who pleaded not
tor P. .J. Voigt he was refused
ary 6 on a charge of having
entering charges.
COMET LED TO ARREST OF MAN ON 8 CHARGES BRISBANE, Monday. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 30 December 1947 [Issue No.6,466] page 4 2017-04-25 11:22 Brisbane on December 13 started a |
chapter of events which" led to the .
arrest of Wilban Grahame, 40, on
two attempted killing: charges and
and tiley intercepted the burglar.
told me that he had a gun, but I '
at her and then ran towardi a ferry.
a' few strokes and then cried for
Grahame pleaded npt guilty and
Brisbane on December 13 started a
chapter of events which led to the
arrest of Willian Grahame, 40, on
two attempted killing charges and
and they intercepted the burglar.
told me that he had a gun, but I
at her and then ran toward a ferry.
a few strokes and then cried for
Grahame pleaded not guilty and
AYR INQUEST (Article), Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), Friday 11 November 1949 page 2 2017-04-25 11:03 AYR iNQUfcST
AYR INQUEST
AYR INQUEST (Article), Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), Friday 11 November 1949 page 2 2017-04-25 11:02 Juest Into the death of William
amen Dorrlan, '1. carrier, of
Sydney Street, Ayr, us the re
5 last at the Lynch Street tall
nay crossing, near the Ayr
Stvgeant T. O'Brien appeared to
Suthcrs appeared on behalf of the
D. Tomlins to watch the Interests
of. the relatives of the deceased.
ing at Railway. Street, Ayr, depos
5. he had been working on tlie
rootpath near his residence when
dent. Witness stated In evidence
tive uuiduransen that be had told
that on June 5 last, he had.ascer
about 235 yards from the scene o£
the accident. Witness had Inter
Intended crossing over the railway
quest into the death of William
James Dorrlan, 71. carrier, of
Sydney Street, Ayr, as the re
5 last at the Lynch Street rail
way crossing, near the Ayr
Sergeant T. O'Brien appeared to
Suthers appeared on behalf of the
D. Tomlins to watch the interests
of the relatives of the deceased.
ing at Railway Street, Ayr, depos
5, he had been working on the
footpath near his residence when
dent. Witness stated in evidence
tive Guldbransen that he had told
clear.
that on June 5 last, he had ascer
about 235 yards from the scene of
the accident. Witness had inter
intended crossing over the railway
£200 Bail Granted (Article), Brisbane Telegraph (Qld. : 1948 - 1954), Saturday 14 August 1948 page 1 2017-04-25 10:58 £200 Sail
£200 Bail
STEALING CASE AT AYR (Article), Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954), Wednesday 21 September 1949 page 2 2017-04-25 10:57 theft on September 19 ot a quan
snt pleaded guilty.
Ing tinned goods for ssle to resi
way and had abuaed those refus
stable Fraxcr he had at first de
theft on September 19 of a quan
way Street, valued at £1. Defend
ant pleaded guilty.
Ing tinned goods for sale to resi
way and had abused those refus
stable Frazer he had at first de

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