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|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Thursday 22 October 1936 page Family Notices||2015-07-01 15:11||iirllr.g
HALL. - On the 31 t Ootobci tit 1 Harwood
itrett Elitcrn«lck Henrs bolosod unelc or
ito Mcleod Opie and grand uncle or Nntics
HANNA. - On the 31st October at St
John or Dod s Hospital Perth Western Au&lra
HALL. –On the 21st October, at 3 Harwood
street, Elsternwick, Henry, beloved uncle of
Mrs. McLeod Opie, and grand-uncle of Nancy
HANNA. – On the 31st October, at St.
John of God's Hospital, Perth, Western Austra-
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939), Thursday 22 October 1936 page Family Notices||2015-07-01 15:05||,An. informal frock of mist blue net was,worn by thi5 prat«y ' ^
Leslie Winsall Hall, formerly Miss Irene Adair .Campbell. be",
youngest daughter of the late Mr Archibald Campbell, and of /ws
Shaftesbury Street, Essendon. R(jn9ld ES]Pr pho1®'
|An informal frock of mist blue net was worn by this pretty bride, Mrs.
Leslie Winsall Hall, formerly Miss Irene Adair Campbell. She is the
youngest daughter of the late Mr Archibald Campbell, and of Mrs. Campbell,
Shaftesbury Street, Essendon. Ronald Esler photo
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 30 June 1936 page Family Notices||2015-07-01 13:12||GRAY -On the 28th June at private hos-
pital Elsternwick John beloved brother-in-
of Edwin G. and Norman
HALL. -on the 37th lune nt Curbnrleluh
Triton el Ell-abctli widow of the lute nnnils
Rill loved rtcpmolhcr of Caroline IMis Jllr
fill and Albert iMvnlll IovIiir mother of
Herbert Edmond 1 rnncts (Mrs Worslcsl lil
hi Emily iMrs Melnloshl rthc) (Mr» Cons
wire) Arthur \ lolot mid Onlay (Mrs Itoliln
ion South Africa i mtcd Pi sears
H???-Oii the 37th June at his residenci-
al South Hamilton, Henry, beloved huslinnd
»I Louise ind father ol Alfred Hertha (Mrs
VM David (dcccascdl and Ldwlli iirciI 81
HOUSTON. -On the 57th June it Ile
»orth, william (Into of Lonewood) beloved
?roihtr of Mnrv Ann (Mrs \selm) 1 uev iMrs
Cummlm) John and Edward ngul G^ sears
-Rest In penie
|GRAY. –On the 28th June, at private hos-
pital, Elsternwick, John, beloved brother-in-
of Edwin G. and Norman.
HALL. —On the 27th June, at Curbarleigh,
Tragowel, Elizabeth, widow of the late Francis
Hall, loved stepmother of Caroline (Mrs. Bir-
rell) and Albert (Myall), loving mother of
Robert, Edmund, Frances (Mrs. Worsley), Lal-
ias, Emily (Mrs. McIntosh), Ethel (Mrs. Cony-
beare), Arthur, Violet, and Daisy (Mrs. Robin-
son, South Africa), aged 91 years.
HALL. —On the 27th June, at his residence
at South Hamilton, Henry, beloved husband
of Louise, and father of Alfred, Bertha (Mrs.
Uhe), David (deceased), and Edwin, aged 81
HOUSTON. —On the 27th June, at Beech-
worth, William (late of Longwood), beloved
brother of Mary Ann (Mrs. Webb), Lucy (Mrs.
Cummins), John, and Edward, aged 63 years.
—Rest in peace.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 24 June 1936 page Family Notices||2015-07-01 13:00||MIHI lil eur-lnilliR niemur) of our di ir
IN IOIIIIR memor) o' ins dmr mothei and oui
kiiuidulii »ho passul ana) on Hu 24lh June
Hie tullen I «HI le»e his lite resldtntt 0(1 Hall
HID ila. Nmiiimkil li morro« ( I liursdn) June
|HYDE. –lil eur-lnilliR niemur) of our di ir
IN loving memory of my dear mother and our
grandma, who passed away on the 24th June,
Hie tullen I «HI le»e his lite resldtntt, 66 Rail-
way place, Newmarket li morro« ( I liursdn) June
|CAR OVERTURNS Six School Teachers in Accident. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Tuesday 2 June 1936 page Article||2015-07-01 12:41||ARARAT Monda} -When a motor-
truck tiavclllng from Dimboola to Bal
laiat was struck by the burnell of a tree
on the side of the Western Highwa}
near Aral at about 7 30 am to da},
Mrs Gladvs Hall aged 45 }ears widow
The truck was being driven b} Maurice
A Norton, part-owner and with him in
the cabin were Mrs Hail and her two
daughters aged 12 and 13 jeors
and Mrs Ina Incoll of Dim-
boola Light rain was falling reducing
visibility The branch of the tree toie
one side of the truck The other occu-
pants of the truck were not injured
Mrs Hall and her daughters had been
on a holidiy and were leturning from
Dimboola to Melbourne
Severe injuiics were suffered b} a
woman aged about 70 years who has
not }et been identified when she was
struck b} a motoi-car as she crossed High
street Windsor last evening The woman
skull The police are making inquiilcs
|ARARAT Monday. –When a motor-
truck travelling from Dimboola to Bal-
larat was struck by the branch of a tree
on the side of the Western Highway
near Ararat, about 7.30 a.m. to-day,
Mrs. Gladys Hall, aged 45 years, widow,
The truck was being driven by Maurice
A. Norton, part-owner, and with him in
the cabin were Mrs. Hall and her two
daughters aged 12 and 13 years,
and Mrs. Ina Incoll, of Dim-
boola. Light rain was falling reducing
visibility. The branch of the tree tore
one side of the truck. The other occu-
pants of the truck were not injured.
Mrs. Hall and her daughters had been
on a holiday and were returning from
Dimboola to Melbourne.
Severe injuries were suffered by a
woman aged about 70 years, who has
not yet been identified, when she was
struck by a motor-car as she crossed High
street, Windsor, last evening. The woman
skull. The police are making inquiries.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 11 May 1936 page Family Notices||2015-07-01 12:21||EMBURY -On the 9th of May to Mr and Mrs.
W.B. Embury, 28 Stawell Street, Coburg —a
JAMIESON -On the 7th May at Epworth,
East Melbourne the wife of William F. Jamie-
son — a daughter.
LAWRY - On the 8th May at Seskinore,
MOONEY - On the 5th May, at Cambral to
SKINNER -On the 25th April at St. Elmo
Skinner -a daughter.
POWERS-HALL. -On the 11th April, at
Methodist Church Centre road, Bentleigh by
Mr and Mrs J. Hall, Bentleigh, to Keith,
DRUMMOND—FILMER.—On the 11th May,
E Henderson, Laura Celia, daughter of John
|EMBURY. –On the 9th of May, to Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Embury, 28 Stawell street, Coburg —a
JAMIESON. –On the 7th May, at Epworth,
East Melbourne, the wife of William F. Jamie-
son —a daughter.
LAWRY. – On the 8th May at Seskinore,
wood –a daughter.
MOONEY. –On the 5th May, at Cambrai, to
SKINNER. –On the 25th April, at St. Elmo
Skinner –a daughter.
POWERS–HALL. On the 11th April, at
Methodist Church, Centre road, Bentleigh, by
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hall, Bentleigh, to Keith,
DRUMMOND—FILMER. —On the 11th May,
E. Henderson, Laura Celia, daughter of John
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 16 March 1936 page Family Notices||2015-06-30 21:29||---------------------------------------------------
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939), Thursday 5 March 1936 page Family Notices||2015-06-30 21:22||was the setting for the marriage of Mar0
||was the setting for the marriage of Mar-
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939), Thursday 5 March 1936 page Family Notices||2015-06-30 21:09||Mrs Charles Leonard Hall, formerly Miss Mnrgnrci
||Mrs Charles Leonard Hall, formerly Miss Margaret
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939), Thursday 5 March 1936 page Family Notices||2015-06-30 21:08||Mrs Charles Leonard Hall, formerly' Miss Mnrgnrci
Frances Tamaeno. nictnred in her magnolia tintca
|Mrs Charles Leonard Hall, formerly Miss Mnrgnrci
Frances Tamagno. Pictured in her magnolia tinted
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