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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 21 May 1917 page Family Notices 2014-12-18 11:40 ??? Doveton street north, Ballarat, Henry
aged 79[?] years.
603 Doveton street north, Ballarat, Henry
aged 70 years.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Ballarat Star (Vic. : 1865 - 1870; 1914 - 1918), Monday 21 May 1917 page Family Notices 2014-12-18 11:39 I HALL.— On the 19th May. 1917, at his
?residence. -?-??'! Doveton street north.
Ilenrv .lames, dearly-beloved hushand
of Eiin'lv Hall. Agei'l 7(! j'CJirS.
TAINSH.— On the lilth May, 1-)17, at «
lJiirlm.ui ^t reel, Biilhinit E«st, Martha,
dcorly-be.U'vi-d wife 'f Johii 'Tainsh,
Lotitia, i-:id Elsie. Ajjed (iS years.
ttA USER.— Killed in action on'llh May,
At: Rest.
'All's Well.'
HALL. —On the 19th May, 1917, at his
residence, 603 Doveton street north,
Henry James, dearly-beloved husband
of Emily Hall. Aged 70 years.
TAINSH. —On the 19th May, 1917, at 43
Durham streel, Ballarat East, Martha,
dearly-beloved wife of John Tainsh,
Lotitia, i-:id Elsie. Aged 68 years.
HAUSER. —Killed in action on'llh May,
At Rest.
"All's Well."
Family Notices (Family Notices), Northcote Leader (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Saturday 19 May 1917 page Family Notices 2014-12-18 11:35 Mr. Hsll then took in his brother (Mr.
about February 20, 1883. The quan
tity of gold obtained was never divulg
ed, It is supposed the returns were
So carefully was the secret of th
tioned in the press. In 1884 Mr. Ed0
A. Morgan. Tho Morgan Drothcrs
to sell to him the whole of their in
terest in tho property for £90,000.
After some years an oxtra £10,000
was paid by Mr. D'Arcy to P. G. Mor
the sale was effected. Thus the can
nectlons of the Morgans with the
shares steadily advanced in prlcc un
Uio highest point of 17/10 per share
Mr. D'Arcy loft Australia, but liv
ing in England and tho fact that he
not frco him from the importunities
of former clicnts, who insisted on
writing to him for advice. Even
tually lie caused a sensation by writ
ing to Australia the request that lie.
j might be struck off the rolls. It was
! the first time a solicitor had had the
1 experience for any but a disgraceful
j cause. But Mr. Knox D'Arcy was an
He bought Stanmore Hall, Middle
when Lord Dudley's home at 42 Gros
including the Hope Diamond. Hintle
Ho was the first to think of having
and this lie built as a protest against
that his tropicndous wealth had not
in recent letters to relatives in Syd
an Australian soldier without touch-,
ing my bat to him. The patience and
cheerfulness of all these boys is sim
beauty of tho gardens and grounds.
Mr. Hall then took in his brother (Mr.
about February 20, 1883. The quan-
tity of gold obtained was never divulg-
ed. It is supposed the returns were
So carefully was the secret of the
tioned in the press. In 1884 Mr. Ed-
A. Morgan. The Morgan Brothers
to sell to him the whole of their in-
terest in the property for £90,000.
After some years an extra £10,000
was paid by Mr. D'Arcy to P. G. Mor-
the sale was effected. Thus the can-
nectoons of the Morgans with the
shares steadily advanced in price un-
the highest point of 17/10 per share
Mr. D'Arcy left Australia, but liv-
ing in England and the fact that he
not free him from the importunities
of former clients, who insisted on
writing to him for advice. Even-
tually he caused a sensation by writ-
ing to Australia the request that he
might be struck off the rolls. It was
the first time a solicitor had had the
experience for any but a disgraceful
cause. But Mr. Knox D'Arcy was an
He bought Stanmore Hall, Middle-
when Lord Dudley's home at 42 Gros-
including the Hope Diamond. Hintle-
He was the first to think of having
and this he built as a protest against
that his tremendous wealth had not
in recent letters to relatives in Syd-
an Australian soldier without touch-
ing my hat to him. The patience and
cheerfulness of all these boys is sim-
beauty of the gardens and grounds.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Northcote Leader (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Saturday 19 May 1917 page Family Notices 2014-12-18 11:31 Tlio lute .Mr. W. Knox D'Arcy, tho
news or whoso death in England was
cablcd during tho woek, was ono of
tho principal factors in tho develop
(hat Ue died worth £5,000,001'. He
shroud speculator, and on one occa
rlon ho made half a million of money
in ono morning's speculations at tho I
London Stock Kxchaiigo. I
Thoro aro stories concerning his
investments were smiled upon by for
into thorn. It would scom that fate
was making nn attempt nt recom
in coal tulnc ventures.
at the ago of -IS studied for the law,
and pained success as a solicitor—a
iator.
In 18S2 Knox D'Arcy was practising
The late Mr. W. Knox D'Arcy, the
news of whose death in England was
cabled during the week, was one of
the principal factors in the develop
that he died worth £5,000,000. He
shrewd speculator, and on one occa-
sion ho made half a million of money
in one morning's speculations at the
London Stock Exchange.
There are stories concerning his
investments were smiled upon by for-
into them. It would seem that fate
was making an attempt at recom-
in coal mine ventures.
at the age of 48 studied for the law,
and gained success as a solicitor—a
later.
In 1882 Knox D'Arcy was practising
Family Notices (Family Notices), Northcote Leader (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Saturday 19 May 1917 page Family Notices 2014-12-18 11:28 Iji 18S2 Knox D'Arcy wus practising
in Hockhampton, making about .£2000
| a year. At this time the Mount Mor
j can property, after passing through
| many vicissitudes, was the subject of
1 Morgan and T. S. Hall, by which Mr.
Mr. Hull then took in his brother (Mr.
Wcstley R. Hall) and Messrs. \V. Pat
Morgan and P. 0. Morgan the other
ed, It is supposed the "returns were
near 20oz. per ton, and tho gold was 1
very pure, being worth over £4 por
So carefully vmis the secret of tho
•great success of the mine kept that
it had been working nearly IS months
before tho public heard of it. It was
in March, 1SS4, 20 months after the
discovery, that the find was first men
tioned in tho press. In 1S84 Mr. Ed
win Morgan sold for .Clft,000 his
In 18S2 Knox D'Arcy was practising
in Rockhampton, making about £2000
a year. At this time the Mount Mor-
gan property, after passing through
many vicissitudes, was the subject of
Morgan and T. S. Hall, by which Mr.
Mr. Hsll then took in his brother (Mr.
Westley R. Hall) and Messrs. W. Pat-
Morgan and F. G. Morgan the other
ed, It is supposed the returns were
near 20oz. per ton, and the gold was
very pure, being worth over £4 per
So carefully was the secret of th
great success of the mine kept that
it had been working nearly 18 months
before the public heard of it. It was
in March, 1884, 20 months after the
discovery, that the find was first men-
tioned in the press. In 1884 Mr. Ed0
win Morgan sold for £10,000 his
SUDDEN DEATH FROM INFANTILE PARALYSIS Tragic Passing of Gary Duggin (Article), Murray Pioneer (Renmark, SA : 1942 - 1950), Thursday 3 June 1948 page Article 2014-12-18 11:17 at the passing, with tragic sud
denness, of Gary Duggin, 12
unwell earlier in the week, com
school on Thursday, and on Fri
day he became really ill. Medi
cal aid was sought and on Sat
Northfleld in the Renmark am
suspect. The case was con
early hours of Tuesday morn
He was a Boy Scout and at
Renmark Troop on Monday ev
His parents have been inun
dated by expressions of sym
people who had known him, in
magnificent display of floral tri
butes. Pall bearers were Mes
at the passing, with tragic sud-
denness, of Gary Duggin, 12-
unwell earlier in the week, com-
school on Thursday, and on Fri-
day he became really ill. Medi-
cal aid was sought and on Sat-
Northfleld in the Renmark am-
suspect. The case was con-
early hours of Tuesday morn-
He was a Boy Scout and at-
Renmark Troop on Monday ev-
His parents have been inun-
dated by expressions of sym-
people who had known him, in-
magnificent display of floral tri-
butes. Pall bearers were Mes-
LAUNDRESS STOLE LAUNDRY (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Friday 6 February 1948 page Article 2014-12-18 11:12 ' Betty Maureen Spurling, 19,
stole 16 sheets, a pair of blan
kets, a quilt, seven pillow slips.
cloths, valued at £22/4/6 .while
Sprling.
Betty Maureen Spurling, 19,
stole 16 sheets, a pair of blan-
kets, a quilt, seven pillow slips,
cloths, valued at £22/4/6 while
Spurling.
GIRL ON BAIL (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Saturday 31 January 1948 page Article 2014-12-18 09:20 Norwood, was charged in Ade
Norwood, was charged in Ade-
PERSONAL. (Article), The Kadina and Wallaroo Times (SA : 1888 - 1954), Friday 8 August 1947 page Article 2014-12-18 09:16 WHyalla, accompanied by her daugh
ter Marie, has been visiting her par
ents, Mi; and Mrs Gus Elson, Thorne
she attended the marriage of her sis
Whyalla, accompanied by her daugh-
ter Marie, has been visiting her par-
ents, Mr and Mrs Gus Elson, Thorne
she attended the marriage of her sis-
COURT NEWS BRIEF Criminal Sittings Continued (Article), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Thursday 3 October 1946 page Article 2014-12-18 09:11 with larceny in a dwelling and re
with larceny in a dwelling and re-

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