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Cowell Plans For Centenary COWELL, February 2. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Wednesday 5 February 1936 page Article 2016-02-12 08:38 Kenzie (secretary). The most popu
Committee for a grant of £75, to sub
sidise £75 to be raised locally. Per
the SJL Harbors Board to conduct the
work. Messrs. E. R. Main and G. A-
McKenzie <Regatta Club) have been
asked to co-operate with the commit
tee. A complete plan of the pro
The concert at Angasum by the concert
party of fte Initiation for the Blind yielded
£5 12/. M^s Thelma Standish won the -wicker
chair In a competition. Thelma Obst end
Kevin Lebmann received prizes for selling
most tickets. The Rev. F. J. I>hmann in
troduced the patty, members being bUMfed
for the night by Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Dolhrtz.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Unke, toe Bey. P. 3.
Xjehmann and SSrs. T?*m??ni vr and ISUL P.
A. Obst, Mr. and Mrs. P. Karf. MSr. H. Cfcakar
A committee meting of tbe Eamley Bridge
The foundation stone of tbe new Congre
gational Church at Klngston-on-Murray was
led by Mr. Llddlcoat. and organ music played
by Mrs. Herriot. Mrs. Verrall and Mrs. I
Holmes were both presented witb tbe silver
officially opened later in the month by bead
officers of the Congregational Onion. The
service was followed by a well-attended social'
K. Baker, Liddocoat. Herriot. and Easter.
DELAHERC
DtJTTON
HAMLET BRIDGE
KINGSTON-ON-MCRRAY
Kenzie (secretary). The most popu-
Committee for a grant of £75, to sub-
sidise £75 to be raised locally. Per-
the S.A. Harbors Board to conduct the
work. Messrs. E. R. Main and G. A.
McKenzie (Regatta Club) have been
asked to co-operate with the commit-
tee. A complete plan of the pro-
The concert at Angaston by the concert
party of the Initiation for the Blind yielded
£5 12/. Miss Thelma Standish won the wicker
chair In a competition. Thelma Obst and
Kevin Lehmann received prizes for selling
most tickets. The Rev. F. J. Lehmann in-
troduced the patty, members being billeted
for the night by Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Dallwitz.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Linke, the Rev. F. J.
Lehmann and Mrs. Lehmann, Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. Obst, Mr. and Mrs. P. Earl. Mr. H. Craker
A committee meting of tbe Hamley Bridge
The foundation stone of the new Congre-
gational Church at Kingston-on-Murray was
led by Mr. Liddicoat, and organ music played
by Mrs. Herriot. Mrs. Verrall and Mrs.
Holmes were both presented with the silver
officially opened later in the month by head
officers of the Congregational Union. The
service was followed by a well-attended social
K. Baker, Liddicoat, Herriot, and Easter.
DELAMERE
DUTTON
HAMLEY BRIDGE
KINGSTON-ON-MURRAY
OZONE THEATRE TO OPEN IN FORTNIGHT Modern Comforts and Appliances Now Incorporated in Old Arcadia The "Rolls Royce" of Sound Equipment (Article), Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record (Renmark, SA : 1913 - 1942), Thursday 5 December 1940 page Article 2016-02-10 20:16 in Old Arcadja
Sound Eauipment
Mr. E. W. M. Waterman, manag
'has been in Renmark this week at
take place within a. fortnight.
describes thie Western Electric equip
Rolls Royce of sound equipment. Ac
oustics have also been paid special at
has* been achieved in the matter of
Besides the greatly increased ven
tilation, provided by enlarged win
dows, two high velocity fans are be
other fans are already in - position in
winter months, a footwarmer is be
will be heated by means of a contin
' Sponge Rubber Seating
has been completely remodelled, is car
has' to be seen to be fully appreciated.
In the entrance vestibule an elab
orate -decorative scheme is being put
into effect similar to' that at the Glen
has been reduced from 900 to 700, al
lowing 'jnore room between the seats.
. On the opening night—which is ex
total proceeds will be,, given to the
Renmark War Fund. ' "r.\
in Old Arcadia
Sound Equipment
Mr. E. W. M. Waterman, manag-
has been in Renmark this week at-
take place within a fortnight.
describes the Western Electric equip-
Rolls Royce of sound equipment. Ac-
oustics have also been paid special a-t
has been achieved in the matter of
Besides the greatly increased ven-
tilation, provided by enlarged win-
dows, two high velocity fans are be-
other fans are already in position in
winter months, a footwarmer is be-
will be heated by means of a contin-
Sponge Rubber Seating
has been completely remodelled, is car-
has to be seen to be fully appreciated.
In the entrance vestibule an elab-
orate decorative scheme is being put
into effect similar to' that at the Glen-
has been reduced from 900 to 700, al-
lowing more room between the seats.
On the opening night—which is ex
total proceeds will be given to the
Renmark War Fund.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 13 March 1943 page Family Notices 2016-02-10 12:31 i?i 4in May, loving grandpa ,ol
Joy-Always remembered.
HOWDEN.— On March 7, the loved
TJOWELL (nee Johns).— On March 8. .'al
TZ INNA.— On March 3. Isabella, relict of
t AWLEll. — On March 11, nt 10 Llovd-
XTAG1LL.— Or. March i (suddenly), at
R.I. P.
MAG1LL (nee Kennedy).— On March 7.
"VfacLAREN.— On March 11, at " her rest-
|\/TAOlLL.— a tribute to the mcmorv of
\F4ttHEi\vl5'tr0,I W,c1» 11, Ft "Little
McORATH. — On March 10. at Nazareth
XI cNAMARA.— On March 12. at Adelaide
XI ERCOV1CH. — On March 12, at a pri-
MERCOVICH, — Francis Joseph, eldest sur-
\I ERCOVICH. — A tribute of esteem from
MILLER.— On March 11. at Canterbury,
\/IISSEN.— On March 12, at private hos-
VTORMaN.— On March ; 5. at her home,
NORMAN.— On March 5. at her home,
Powerscourt-street. Mattra, Florence
VTUGENT.— On March, 12. at 13 Deakln-
i.V street. East Brunswick. Mary Ann,
DEATHS:.
i?i 4in May, loving grandpa of
Joy. —Always remembered.
HOWDEN. —On March 7, the loved
HOWELL (nee Johns).— On March 8. .'al
KINNA.— On March 3. Isabella, relict of
LAWLER. — On March 11, nt 10 Llovd-
MAGILL.— Or. March i (suddenly), at
R.I.P.
MAGILL (nee Kennedy).— On March 7.
MacLAREN.— On March 11, at " her rest-
MAGILL.— a tribute to the mcmorv of
MATTHEWS. —vl5'tr0,I W,c1» 11, Ft "Little
McGRATH. — On March 10. at Nazareth
McNAMARA.— On March 12. at Adelaide
MERCOVICH. — On March 12, at a pri-
MERCOVICH. — Francis Joseph, eldest sur-
MERCOVICH. — A tribute of esteem from
MILLER. — On March 11. at Canterbury,
MISSEN.— On March 12, at private hos-
NORMaN.— On March ; 5. at her home,
NORMAN. —On March 5. at her home,
Powerscourt-street, Maffra, Florence
NUGENT. —On March 12, at 13 DeakIn-
street. East Brunswick. Mary Ann,
DEATHS.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Tuesday 9 March 1943 page Family Notices 2016-02-10 12:25 HOWDEN.— On March 7, at his residence,
Mary, Albert. Belle (Mrs. Elms). Olive
to his children. Sadly missed by all. — In-
/, 1TOWELL. — On March 8. Mlnnlo Maxwell,
! iONES.— On March 4 (result of accident),
' T EE.— On March 14. Charlie, the loving
Mackenzie. — on March 8. at his resi
VTORMAN.— On March ft, at her "horned
"VTORMAN. — On March 5. at her home.
"\TORMAN. — On March' 5. at her home.
VTORMAN.— On March 5. a4 her home.
HOWDEN. —On March 7, at his residence,
Mary, Albert, Belle (Mrs. Elms), Olive
to his children. Sadly missed by all. —In-
HOWELL. — On March 8. Mlnnlo Maxwell,
JONES.— On March 4 (result of accident),
LEE.— On March 14. Charlie, the loving
MACKENZIE. — on March 8. at his resi
NORMAN.— On March ft, at her "horned
NORMAN. — On March 5. at her home.
NORMAN. — On March' 5. at her home.
NORMAN.— On March 5. a4 her home.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 26 June 1948 page Family Notices 2016-02-10 11:07 GOURD. — in loving memory of our
joined a less suffering life on June 27.
d&ughtei. Dulcle: son-in-law, Geoff,
/ x REIVE. — in loving memory of out
GOURD. — In loving memory of our
joined a less suffering life on June 27,
daughter Dulcie, son-in-law, Geoff,
GREIVE. —In loving memory of our
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 27 December 1945 page Family Notices 2016-02-10 10:35 IRVINE. —On December 25. at his sis-
IRVINE. —On December 25, at his sis-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 27 December 1945 page Family Notices 2016-02-10 10:35 IRVINE. — On December 25. at his sis-
tor's residence. Nelly (Mrs. Gourd), of
gbO Hyde-street. Yarr&vllle, Thomas Colin
Austin, loving husband of Evelyn (de
ceased). lather of Jean, brother of Will
(deceased). David (deceased). Bob. Mar-
garet (deceased). Emily (deceased). Alec,
Casrio (deceased), Jack. Jessie, Jimmy.
IRVINE. — On December 25. at his sts-
tor's residence. Mrs. Gourd, of 2S0
Hyde-street . YarravUle. Thomas Colin Aus
tin. loving father of Jean (Mrs. F. Fran
cs). grandpa or Vivian and Keith, fathor-
Francls Inserted by. Fred and Jean
KAYLL.-On December 25. at FaJrlleld
IRVINE. —On December 25. at his sis-
tor's residence, Nelly (Mrs. Gourd), of
250 Hyde-street, Yarraville, Thomas Colin
Austin, loving husband of Evelyn (de-
ceased), father of Jean, brother of Will
(deceased), David (deceased), Bob, Mar-
garet (deceased), Emily (deceased), Alec,
Carrie (deceased), Jack, Jessie, Jimmy.
IRVINE. —On December 25. at his sis-
ter's residence, Mrs. Gourd, of 250
Hyde-street, Yarraville, Thomas Colin Aus-
tin, loving father of Jean (Mrs. F. Fran-
cis), grandpa of Vivian and Keith, father-
in-law of Fred. Inserted by Fred and Jean Francis.
KAYLL. —On December 25. at FaJrlleld
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Thursday 22 October 1925 page Family Notices 2016-02-10 10:20 GOURD (nee Nellie Irvine). — On the 16th
otubrr. at Nnr-o Kink's. Murray House, Dnnde
«nnc '- Mr- 1,11,1 1Jort Courd, 'f Dollar—
?£kMct (Dulcie Caroline). Both well.
GOURD (nee Nellie Irvine). —On the 16th
October, at Nurse Fink's, Murray House, Dande-
nong, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gourd, of Dollar—
a daughter (Dulcie Caroline). Both well.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 23 March 1896 page Family Notices 2016-02-10 10:02 Co(!»P.-On tlio 22nd March, at Alfrcd-streot, North
jpihmimi'. Alfred, sun of J. J. H. and A. Gourd.
GOURD. —On the 22nd March, at Alfred-street, North
Melbourne, Alfred, son of J. J. H. and A. Gourd.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 6 June 1934 page Family Notices 2016-02-07 19:56 Reuben, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Den
Richard Allen Lewis, eldest son of Mr. Rosen
dale, of Perth, to Nellie Marie, second daugh
loved aunty of Mollie, Dick and Pheobe Han
MERRY (nee Peg Lyons). —On June 4, at Col
TRATHAN. —On May 30, at the Katanning Hos
Hubert-street, Victoria Park, Margaret Thomp
THOMPSON.-In proud and loving memory of
Reuben, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Den-
Richard Allen Lewis, eldest son of Mr. Rosen-
dale, of Perth, to Nellie Marie, second daugh-
loved aunty of Mollie, Dick and Pheobe Han-
MERRY (nee Peg Lyons). —On June 4, at Col-
TRATHAN. —On May 30, at the Katanning Hos-
Hubert-street, Victoria Park, Margaret Thomp-
THOMPSON. —In proud and loving memory of

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