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|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 7 May 1955 page Family Notices||2015-05-30 09:38||ANGWIN. - On April 30. at
private hospital, Malvern; Lillian
John L. Angwin loving mother of
Loris. (Privately interred on May
|ANGWIN. – On April 30, at
private hospital, Malvern, Lillian
John L. Angwin, loving mother of
Loris. (Privately interred on May 2.)
|TWO WIVES TO SUPPORT. BIGAMY AND DIVORCE RECALLED Application for Alimony Adjourned. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 2 February 1924 page Article||2015-05-29 22:05||BIGAMY AND DIVOKCE RECALLED
On behalf of Mrs IMith Cathcnno Hoff
man, of Surrey Hills, application vvns made
to the Acting Chief Justice (Sir Loo Cus
sen), in the Practice Court, jesterda), for
an order directing that Her former husband,
IVcdcncls William Hodman, a chef, should
pay her permanent alimony and maintcn
ance for the support of his three children
Mr Sproitlc, ««ho appeared foi the ap
plicont, said that on the ground of bigam-,
Airs Hoffman was granted, by the Chtet
rustiré, on June Jl, a decree nun for the
dissolution of hci marriage with Hoffman
J hero ««ero three children of the first mar
nage, their ages being tiio, six, and eight
veins Hoffman, while hung ««ith his hmt
«ufo had allot« ed her £0/10/ a. fortnight
1 Ins he liad reduced to i¿ Ha« ing been at
rested on a i hal ge of bigamj, he liud made
mer to his first i«ifc it larm of 33- acres at
Bur«« ood, on vihicli was tri--cteu a small
duelling Mis Hoffman «alued the pro
jieitj at £'50 She had endeavoured to sup
port herself and children bj gro««ing
stra««beiries and vegetables, but ua there
vicie t««o mortgages on the propertj bhe
|BIGAMY AND DIVORCE RECALLED
On behalf of Mrs. Edith Catherine Hoff-
man, of Surrey Hills, application was made
to the Acting Chief Justice (Sir Leo Cus-
sen), in the Practice Court, yesterday, for
an order directing that her former husband,
Frederick William Hoffman, a chef, should
pay her permanent alimony and mainten-
ance for the support of his three children.
Mr. Sproule, who appeared for the ap-
plicant, said that on the ground of bigamy
Mrs, Hoffman was granted, by the Chief
Justice, on June 21, a decree nisi for the
dissolution of her marriage with Hoffman.
There were three children of the first mar-
nage, their ages being two, six, and eight
years. Hoffman, while living with his first
wife had allowed her £6/10/ a fortnight,
This he had reduced to £3. Having been ar-
rested on a charge of bigamy, he had made
over to his first wife a farm of 3½ acres at
Burwood, on which was erected a small
dwelling. Mrs. Hoffman valued the pro-
perty at £250. She had endeavoured to sup-
port herself and children by growing
strawberries and vegetables, but as there
were two mortgages on the propery she
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Monday 5 September 1927 page Family Notices||2015-05-29 14:04||HALL - STOTHERS.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 3 September 1927 page Family Notices||2015-05-29 14:02||HUDSON-HALL. —On the 12th July, 1927, at All
Saints, St, Kilda, by the Rev. J. Jones, Roy
LLOYD-WRAY. -On the 3rd August, at St. Pat-
|HUDSON–HALL. —On the 12th July, 1927, at All
Saints, St. Kilda, by the Rev. J. Jones, Roy
LLOYD–WRAY. –On the 3rd August, at St. Pat-
|FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. SERIOUS ACCIDENT. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Monday 26 August 1912 page Article||2015-05-29 13:58||.Mr. Gilbert Bogle, a former well-known
lesidcnt- of Kangaroo Flat, who, it may
bo remembered, travelled overland from
JJendijro "lo the Darling Downs district
n selection of laud there, met with a seri
ci!s accident last week. No dotaiU have
Icen received, but a telegram to Mrs.
Eo;*le on Thursday stated that Mr. Bngle
had sustained :v fractured uelvis and other
ii;iuries, and requested her to go to him
at once. Mrs Bogle, accompanied by
licr daughter, left on Friday fur the Dal'oy
Mr. Bojjlo had been removed. They hope
to reach tlieiv destination to-day.
|Mr. Gilbert Bogle, a former well-known
resident of Kangaroo Flat, who, it may
be remembered, travelled overland from
Bendigo to the Darling Downs district
a selection of land there, met with a seri0
ous accident last week. No details have
been received, but a telegram to Mrs.
Bogle on Thursday stated that Mr. Bogle
had sustained a fractured pelvis and other
injuries, and requested her to go to him
at once. Mrs. Bogle, accompanied by
her daughter, left on Friday for the Dalby
Mr. Bogle had been removed. They hope
to reach their destination to-day.
|CONTROL OF MOTOR TRAFFIC. CYCLIST RUN DOWN. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 24 August 1912 page Article||2015-05-29 13:45||touch the wheel of the bicycle.
||touched the wheel of the bicycle.
|CONTROL OF MOTOR TRAFFIC. CYCLIST RUN DOWN. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 24 August 1912 page Article||2015-05-29 13:41||(ONTHOIi OK MOTOH TIJAKFK,
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iii. Hiuiisiu. I »mt lli.eli l«i. i "»min til
f. n.".|,» ul lim I» n i »Mil's >
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I.» li»» I'II.IIIMI lllu Ila lill I.» ih.i t.l.u ii Hut
a uni.nui lu Hi, di I. milln in- Hu i um
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|CONTROL OF MOTOR TRAFFIC.
CYCLIST RUN DOWN.
Augustus Hugh Allen, of 140 Donald-street,
Brunswick, charged with having driven his motor-
car negligently on August 10 in Sydney-road, ap-
peared before Mr. Morrison, P.M., on Thursday, at
the Brunswick Court. Hugh Foy, a warder at
Pentridge Gaol, deposed that he was riding a
bicycle along Sydney-road when something struck
his rear wheel, with the result that he was thrown
to the ground. After the fall he discovered that
a motor driven by the defendant was the cause
of the mishap. He did not hear any warning.
Allan offered to pay the cost of the damage to
the cycle. He admitted saying to defendant
that the affair was an accident.
Allan said that he had taken every precaution
to avert a collision. The motor-car only just
touch the wheel of the bicycle.
The Bench find Allan 40/, with 10/ costs.
DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSE
|HOSPITAL CASES. (Article), Geelong Advertiser (Vic. : 1859 - 1924), Saturday 24 August 1912 page Article||2015-05-29 13:35||aged 28. of Fyans-street. South Gee-
long. attended the casualty ward in the
Reginald Tompkins. aged 5, residing
|aged 28, of Fyans-street. South Gee-
long, attended the casualty ward in the
Reginald Tompkins, aged 5, residing
|INJURED MINER DIES. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 24 August 1912 page Article||2015-05-29 13:27||I .. INK. I.l I) MINI I! 1)11 x I
IIROKI.X Ililli«. Pi id ix \V .1 Pearce,
win» was nijiintl nt the .lum lion Xmtli
mine on .lulv '25. mid misIiiiii.'.I l.ioki n nbs i
and bruis.** lo Hu lim,.-» .Im1 in Hu* lui»
pitnl v. i til «la v li. iiainil lunn u wi!.
nnd finn 11» !
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llkiiiiliMvetl loll.tn-xvooil w i» sun pin«I
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len mills .ni 'I IiiiimI.ix. ««Iii ii In* fill mt"!
, llu i inline nun Inn.' Oui uf lu» ann» »vu» I
I alum»! tnru ort", Hw li. «li lu nu iliuppi II
au iv tn.lii Hie boin* Hi vi ,» t ii,T to tlir I
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im.esMrv In iiiiipiilu'i he li iib II.» i»
I Millet tug gie ill» lunn -Iii.« 1
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lui Ci.itt iii »tti'i-t v.-»lil,In.I mi.turn d
lu, *exeie 1 mu ii».mu ul Hu* lu.iiu Ile vv is
uihiiittiil In Hu M. Ilium in- II,..pink ( n
hull live- in II.six I, I. stieel. I'lmov
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M'Mah.i.il w Hi .1 p.nnliil m. ullin vi
iciilnv »lilli nilling wool ii ,isi« hem li ut
Hu i.ulvvax sum,m Ht» vas piisliiug the
«»nod 011 lo llu six» when his iii'hl li ni.I
»lipp.d nml »muí. the »u«. Hu» li.niil lum!,
um.I« ml "If Mi M'M .Inn «.".lukin lo
111. Kuli, winn» Hu» vvoiii'il. ««11. ilii.si.l,
nml »v.is Hii'ii I ii,.-ii In Hu* Kviii'lnn llii.pi
lui for li,mun ni, Mi. M'Miihun is minn/
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|INJURED MINER DIES.
BROKEN HILL, Friday. —W. J. Pearce,
who was injured at the Junction North
mine on July 25, and sustained a broken ribs
and bruises to the lungs, died in the hos-
pital yesterday. Deceased leaves a wife
Roy Duncan, aged 14 years, who lives in
Blanch-street, Collingwood, was sweeping
the floor at Messrs. Foy and Gibson's wool-
len mill on Thursday, when he fell into
the carding-machine. One of his arms was
almost torn off, the flesh being chopped
away from the bone. He was taken to the
Melvin Hospital, where it was found
necessary to amputate a limb. He is
suffering greatly from shock.
Thomas Carroll was thrown from a lorry
in Grattan-street yesterday, and sustained
a severe concussion of the brain. He was
admitted to the Melbourne Hospital. Car-
roll lives in Brunswick-street, Fitzroy.
LANCEFIELD, Thursday. —Mr. P. J.
McMahan met with a painful accident yes-
terday while cutting wood at a saw-bench at
the railway station. He was pushing the
wood on the to the saw, when his right hand
slipped and struck the saw, the hand being
nearly cut off. Mr. McMahan was taken to
Dr. Rail, where the wounds were dressed,
and was then taken to the Kyneton Hospi-
tal for treatment. Mr. McMahan is acting
secretary for the Lancefield Shire Coun-
|FATAL INJURIES. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 24 August 1912 page Article||2015-05-29 13:19||I - r.viAi. jx.iiiüi-'**..
M.\\Mli:'.l) \\.dm»» lux -Mt. Artbui
M'M Han, who had hi» lift mu torn oil
near Hie ilouldii ami is euri ollie
liverr injinu» lo lim heul ami illi.l. xx lilli
eng ¡god «vi»! kim; a iori! ini»hei. mu
minted to In» i ijmies li»l ivcning 'Hie
deiiascil wjh IN xcir» ni age
MANSFIELD, Wednesday. —Mr. Arthur
McMillan, who had his left arm torn off
near the shoulder, and received other
severe injuries to his head and chest, while
he engaged working on a corn-crusher, suc-
cumbed to his injuries last evening. The
deceased was 48 years of age.
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