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|A WOMAN KILLED. THROWN FROM BUGGY. BLACKALL, July 23. (Article), The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), Thursday 24 July 1924 page Article||2013-12-06 01:03||Un Sunda) afternoon a fatal accident
occurred near Blackall Marj Margaret
killed The deceased and hei husband
husband was driving a three horse lorrj,
while his wife was following in a buggj,
to which two hoi ses were harnessed J he
ovei the Barcoo Rivoi when a foal
buggj, and thej bolted Alis Davidson
fell out of the vehicle being struck bj
her head Women near bj rendered as
Kistance, and Dr Alalcolm was sent for
the doctor certified that death wab due
the skull The deceased left, besides htr
husband, two girls aged 11 and 15 sears
BLACKALL. Julv .» I
|On Sunday afternoon a fatal accident
occurred near Blackall. Mary Margaret
killed. The deceased and her husband
husband was driving a three horse lorry,
while his wife was following in a buggy,
to which two horses were harnessed. The
over the Barcoo River when a foal
buggy, and they bolted. Mrs. Davidson
fell out of the vehicle being struck by
her head. Women near by rendered as-
sistance, and Dr. Malcolm was sent for.
the doctor certified that death was due
the skull. The deceased left, besides her
husband, two girls aged 11 and 15 years.
BLACKALL, July 23.
|FATAL ACCIDENT. HUGHENDEN, July 13. (Article), Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 - 1954), Saturday 19 July 1924 page Article||2013-12-06 00:58||te. , ? ? I
!?*' *]' FATAL ACCnjENT. -n,.^
1 -^^ij ? ~~~ ' *'
? — ' HrfGBENDEN, July 13 .
, A railway employee named Art' '.:-'
Bugler, married, about 66 ;. '- ?
hroueht a mate to Hughenden i . .
nl&ht to catch the TownsviUe i , il
leaving at 10 p.m. Wben returalicf lu.
his camp per ti'lcycle be was run down
by the mall train at Scrubby Creek and
Charters Towers where the family, re-1
Bide. \ J
HUGHENDEN, July 18 .
A railway employee named Arthur
Bugler, married, about 56 years,
brought a mate to Hughenden last
night to catch the Townsville train
leaving at 10 p.m. When returning to
his camp per tricycle he was run down
by the mail train at Scrubby Creek and
Charters Towers where the family, re-
|KILLED BY EXPRESS. TWO MEN RUN DOWN NEAR WOY WOY. Sydney, July 14. (Article), Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), Thursday 17 July 1924 page Article||2013-12-06 00:53||TWO MEN RUN DOWN NEAR ,
While turning a'curve on the moun-
tainside near Woy Woy, on Sunday,"
whose; identity i's' not yet established.'1
lt is believed 'that' the men 'were walk-
ing' from 'Newcastle rb Sydney, aiid
'they v^fe" walking bv'er ''the'r trestle
bridgé at thc'time1 öf thc accident, and'
were burled' aside1.' Where "the" jr Hver'i-1
picked up.-'.A iiimilaV fatal accident oc-
curred lon" this' bridge a 'couple of '
'years ago." V"':'-."!'.'! ' ";i
Sydney, July. 14. '
|TWO MEN RUN DOWN NEAR
While turning a curve on the moun-
tainside near Woy Woy, on Sunday,
whose identity is not yet established.
It is believed that the men were walk-
ing from Newcastle to Sydney, and
they were walking over the trestle
bridge at the time of the accident, and
were hurled aside, where they were
picked up. A similar fatal accident oc-
curred on this bridge a couple of
Sydney, July 14.
|FATAL ACCIDENT. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. (Article), Camperdown Chronicle (Vic. : 1877 - 1954), Thursday 10 July 1924 page Article||2013-12-06 00:46||FATAL ACCiDENT.
- tVL tell Eo n 4Arthur i~v r d Is ,riii.iti
bl l ,g b e ri ug b~c k ! W.slt d i I~ i' ic : l jn
9 iuse orkingu Eo u w 1y. v
instatitailie neu 14.
(By Telegraph.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday.
Nine tons of the parapet of a building being demolished in Little Collins
street fell on Arthur Evans, electrician, working below. He was killed
|FATAL ACCIDENT AT QUEANBEYAN. (Article), The Braidwood Review and District Advocate (NSW : 1915 - 1954), Tuesday 8 July 1924 page Article||2013-12-06 00:39||FATAL .ACCIDENT AT QUEAN
of Richard John Collins, a groom em
ployed at M'Dairmid's, Burra, was
&und on the Cooma road, about a
mouth. Collins was a widower, and ,
|FATAL ACCIDENT AT QUEAN-
of Richard John Collins, a groom em-
ployed at McDairmid's, Burra, was
found on the Cooma road, about a
mouth. Collins was a widower, and
|A FATAL ACCIDENT. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 5 July 1924 page Article||2013-12-06 00:36||after visting the Show. When the 'bus
||after visiting the Show. When the 'bus
|A FATAL ACCIDENT. (Article), The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1875 - 1929), Saturday 5 July 1924 page Article||2013-12-06 00:36||a -fatal accident, occurred Friday week.
It transpires that Mrs- Green, an elderly
voman, 65 years of age, who resided at
Depot H3U, was going home in the 'bus,
miter visting the Show. 'When the 'bos
*Kas near the corner of Wood and Kent
atreetb, Depot Hill, and opposite her
xesidenec, Mce. Green, who was in the
lack of the 'bns by ierwlf, stood up
and rang the belL The driver pulled
mp in theMength of the vehicle. On
«B the roadway. Apparently when she
tang the bell she overbalanced and fell
out. She struck her head and was ren
lered nnconsciooa. She was taken into
bearers and Dr. G. E. M. 6toait, were
'promptly on the scene, the' latter order
Jo the General Hospital - 6he died very
fae to a fracture of the skull. Deep
Sn t3i£ loss they have sustained.
|a fatal accident, occurred Friday week.
It transpires that Mrs. Green, an elderly
woman, 65 years of age, who resided at
Depot Hill, was going home in the 'bus,
after visting the Show. When the 'bus
was near the corner of Wood and Kent
streets, Depot Hill, and opposite her
residence, Mrs. Green, who was in the
back of the 'bus by herself, stood up
and rang the bell. The driver pulled
up in the length of the vehicle. On
on the roadway. Apparently when she
rang the bell she overbalanced and fell
out. She struck her head and was ren-
dered unconscious. She was taken into
bearers and Dr. G. E. M. Stuart, were
promptly on the scene, the latter order-
to the General Hospital. She died very
due to a fracture of the skull. Deep
in the loss they have sustained.
|SEARCH FOR A MISSING CHILD. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Tuesday 8 January 1924 page Article||2013-12-05 22:46||turned to his Home after a day's harvest-
COWRJ>. Jaimarr i-Utcky Bay, which i^ an
liank. J. MeCarthr.
X\VnrV3. JanajiiT 2.—Tlie antina" picnic ?nd
of i=|?OTts: —
hr-VI ct Aim> Raj. Tbf trip from Gins
vii> "Kifl made br motor, and was
mu.Ji enjoyed. Ttu children of Arnn Itay srlvjol
joinel tbe oatine. sad, a njcr""""- ?t awrta
-li .lie ]„„! d?.? and a m?,,, IJuri,,,
circu. of fritudk.
ILUiAIM. .lair.ury o._X^ Y-vS Eve waa
|turned to his home after a day's harvest-
COWELL, January 2.— Lucky Bay, which is an
bank. J. McCarthy.
MANTUNG, January 2.—The annual picnic and
of sports : —
held at Arno Bay. The trip from Cross-
ville was made by motor, and was
much enjoyed. The children of Arno Bay school
joined the outing, and a programme of sports
all the local dances and amusements. During
circle of friends.
MARAMA, January 3.— New Year's Eve was
|SEARCH FOR A MISSING CHILD. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Tuesday 8 January 1924 page Article||2013-12-05 22:35||G2I3IN'OCK. Jairaan- 2.—idea! i-ealher condi
OBOS^vnjX. Jannaij- 3.—A sTboo*. picnir wjs
1,, J.-AMI:RO?- January i.— TLe pupils of Miss '
i ?.VAM.AH.t)-3, ,)amiar>- 4.—A sperfa] Jneetirer of
bo'Ja day and nijiii.
?KEORCETOJPf. Jannarr "-—A tereely attrnded
O. Croiit, an.l ft*. J. Freebairn.
|GREENOCK, January 2.—ideal weather condi-
CROSSVILLE, January 3.—A school picnic was
LAMEROO, January 4.— The pupils of Miss
WALLAROO, January 4.—A special meeting of
both day and night.
GEORGETOWN, January 7.—A largely attended
O. Cronk, and V. J. Freebairn.
|SEARCH FOR A MISSING CHILD. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Tuesday 8 January 1924 page Article||2013-12-05 22:27||COOMANDOOK, January 3. On Mon- <*>
day evening when Mr. L. G. Brown re- <*>
turned to his Home after a day's harvest- <*>
ing. it was [?]covered that his infant
dauahter. Joan, -was misriiMr. A search
round tlie honvr<stead pro\-cd fruitless.
About 9 p.m. Messrs. \V. V. Bro-n-n and
Sliirra}- \apier -went on horsjbaek to en
list, the help of people of the ue'sSibor
ins farms in the search. A'xrat 3li men
equipped w-Kh Jantcrns vrent oitt, and jast
before 1 a.m. tlie ciliild ivas found asleep
in the fallow- inddock marly a mile from
tlie iioiise. The cMd seamed none tlie
tvorse "for her adventure.
|COOMANDOOK, January 3.— On Mon-
day evening when Mr. L. G. Brown re-
turned to his Home after a day's harvest-
ing, it was discovered that his infant
daughter, Joan, was missing. A search
round the homestead proved fruitless.
About 9 p.m. Messrs. W. W. Brown and
Murray Napier went on horseback to en-
list, the help of people of the neighbor-
ing farms in the search. About 30 men
equipped with lanterns went out, and just
before 1 a.m. the child was found asleep
in the fallow paddock nearly a mile from
the house. The child seemed none the
worse for her adventure.
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