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AN HOTEL ROBBERY. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931), Tuesday 6 May 1902 page Article 2014-12-06 18:40 It hos been reported to the police that
at the Orient Hotel, in Pultcnc)-street. It
appear» that Mrs. Gnvell. the landlady,
took a sum of money, saul to be between
C30 and C40, from one of the up-uur tooms
in the bat. An hour afterwards it had
gone. Mr Gnvoll has been ill foi
that, the tobber, or lobber», weic .more of
tins fact and watched theil opportunity.
AN TI01 KL E0B13EKV.
It has been reported to the police that
at the Orient Hotel, in Pulteney-street. It
appears that Mrs. Grivell, the landlady,
took a sum of money, said to be between
£30 and £40, from one of the upstair rooms
to the bar. An hour afterwards it had
gone. Mr Grivell has been ill for
that the robber, or robbers, were aware of
this fact and watched their opportunity.
AN HOTEL ROBBERY.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 29 July 1922 page Family Notices 2014-12-06 18:26 GRIVEL1.— Oh the 22nd July, at Private Hos
pital, Sampson Grivell, late of Oypress-street,
Adelaide, ' aged 70 ' years. ' /
GRIVELL.— On the 22nd July, at Private Hos-
pital, Sampson Grivell, late of Cypress-street,
Adelaide, aged 70 years.
WIFELESS [?]rchardist's Sad End. Found Shot Supposed Case of Suicide. ANGASTON, May 3. (Article), Daily Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1910 - 1924), Saturday 4 May 1912 page Article 2014-10-28 17:18 A very 6ad shooting fatality happened
room, at the back of hie house as the re
Suit of a gunshot wound. A cursory
The deceased, who had been an or
chardist in partnership with hi6 brother,
Mr. Percy Radford, wa^ a* highly re
spected resident of the town. Last Oc
to have preyed upon his mind, and dur
ing the past two months he has wor
It can only be presumed that being,'
Mr. Percy Eadford, went to the house
was horrified at the eight which was
informed M.C. Mullin, who, with Mr. J..
E. Bwann, made enquiries, and arrived
was so evident that an inquest Was un
necessary
Found Sfyot
A very sad shooting fatality happened
room at the back of his house as the re-
sult of a gunshot wound. A cursory
The deceased, who had been an or-
chardist in partnership with his brother,
Mr. Percy Radford, was a highly re-
spected resident of the town. Last Oc-
to have preyed upon his mind, and dur-
ing the past two months he has wor-
It can only be presumed that being
Mr. Percy Radford, went to the house
was horrified at the sight which was
informed M.C. Mullin, who, with Mr. J.
E. Swann, made enquiries, and arrived
was so evident that an inquest was un-
necessary.
Found Shot.
Country Letters Angaston (Article), Kapunda Herald (SA : 1878 - 1951), Friday 10 May 1912 page Article 2014-10-28 17:12 The deceased gentleman, who was J
a native of Angaston, and 3S years
to lose bis wife after a long and
Fowler, his sister-iu-law, who had
Adelaide by the 6.35 train on Fri
day to spend a few days in Adel
aide, ana. the deceased's brother,
i at the usual time, thought he had
find the dead body. He at once in
inquest was unnecessary. Much j
The deceased gentleman, who was
a native of Angaston, and 38 years
to lose his wife after a long and
Fowler, his sister-in-law, who had
Adelaide by the 6.35 train on Fri-
day to spend a few days in Adel-
aide, and the deceased's brother,
at the usual time, thought he had
find the dead body. He at once in-
inquest was unnecessary. Much
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 26 October 1912 page Family Notices 2014-10-28 17:04 BADFORD.— In loving memory of iny dear,
bister, who died at Parkview, Angaston, October
SI, '1911. Though- death divides, fond memor-
clings.— Inserted by 'her loving sister, JJlsie..
October 21; 1911. - ..:'..
She lives with us In memory still '
—Inserted by her loving' sister and brother-in-law,
A. and J. Hawke. .
RADFORD.—In loving memory of my dear,
sister, who died at Parkview, Angaston, October
21, 1911. Though death divides, fond memory
clings.—Inserted by her loving sister, Elsie.
October 21, 1911.
She lives with us in memory still
—Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law,
A. and J. Hawke.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Tuesday 24 October 1911 page Family Notices 2014-10-28 16:55 RADFORD.-On the 21st October, at Park View,
Anguston, Annie, dearly loved wife of Clarence
Radford, aged 32 years. At. Rest.
RADFORD.—On the 21st October, at Park View,
Angaston, Annie, dearly loved wife of Clarence
Radford, aged 32 years. At rest.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), Saturday 30 October 1920 page Family Notices 2014-10-28 16:33 MORGAN.—ln sad but- 'oving memory of our
Oi-arcst son. Private Gerald S. Morgan (A.A.M.C).
jv'jo rfic-il of brondiia; ]jueu]]io:)i;i jn Fr.iiioe, Oclo
licr 25, 101S. ajred 25 years.
You are always in our thougiiU. d-?ar,
'Tis i'.vet't to 'ore,it)ie your name;
In 'ife we loved you dearly,
la dc-i'i.h -.ve Jo Caa earns.
Our home was, oh, so happy o.'ice,
AVhen we were a]', tojjet'ior:
Jf::ice you have koiig fovevcr.
— TnsnrLe'I hy his sorrowing mother and father,
Gawlcr (hie Angaston).
MORGAN'.— In loving memory of our dear fon
while serving in France, October 25, 191S.
Though gone and forgotten by some you may uc;
MORGAN.— In loving remembrance of our drar
In-other, «:cn'.d, who di&l of bronchial pneumojila.
in I'riMce, O-ctohep 25, 1918, aged M years,
lie -^cnt with the hope of returning,
Aloiii- with the boys eo brave;
Hus with iii.Kiy a hen he's resting
f!o:ie 'is the S'aco we loved ?o -lear,
-''ilf-nt 1!ie voice wo loved to hear;
We have lost, hut heaven has gained.
One o*. the -lett tjiac parth contained.
— Inseved hy his loving eisicis and brother (Gsw.
ler),
MORGAN.— In pad but loving memory of our
dear hiflwiui and father ((-.vrald), who died of ill
ness in France, October 25, 3938. To memory
Two years ago a menage came
3'o ieM us God had taken liome
The dearest one- of all to u=.
JJut we c-culd not with you hack again, dear,
1'ioni yew bright home above,
To know the sorrow there lias been
As dear a husband as Ihie world contained.
dcai eons «nd hroDiei-B, Ppitv died at Malta,
October ^6, 1915; L.-nvnince, killed jii action in
Krar.ee, April -irtl J938.— IiiKCiicd by (heir sorrow
ing parents-, sister, and brother, rhyllis and
NETTLE.— In fad but lovina,- memory of my
doar brother. M. C. P. Nettle (Perce). d:«d of
jmEUinoiiid, in ?ft'eyiiionrh. E:igkn«J, October 22,
39] 3, while on active service.
We who love you fadly miss .you,
As it dawn; another year;
Anl in lonely .hours of thinning.
Thoughts of you are ever d-?ar.
—Inserted by his Jovin;; sister, Hilda.
NETTLE.— In sad hut loving memory of our
dearly-beloved son, M. O. ,P. Nettle -Perce), ?iiod
of pDC'jnion;a, while on active eervice, in IVey
lnouth. Eng'ianJ, Octoiwr -22. JfllS.
We'll strew with thoughts of lore
Tile path our dear one trod,
?We'll ble*s the precious y«r that, made
him our;-,
AivJ leave the rest with Ool.
— !In*ert«d hy !ite' loving mother and *t«u
f.ithcr, H. J. and J. Bird, Glaiiville.
MORGAN.—In sad but loving memory of our
dearest son, Private Gerald S. Morgan (A.A.M.C),
who died of bronchial pneumonia in France, Octo-
ber 25, 1918, aged 25 years.
You are always in our thoughts, dear,
Tis sweet to breathe your name;
In life we loved you dearly,
In death we do the same.
Our home was, oh, so happy once,
When we were all together;
Since you have gone forever.
—Inserted by his sorrowing mother and father,
Gawler (late Angaston).
MORGAN.—In loving memory of our dear son-
while serving in France, October 25, 1918.
Though gone and forgotten by some you may be;
MORGAN.— In loving remembrance of our dear
brother, Gerald, who died of bronchial pneumonia,
in France, October 25, 1918, aged 25 years.
He went with the hope of returning,
Along with the boys so brave;
But with many a hero he's resting
Gone is the face we loved so dear,
Silent the voice we loved to hear;
We have lost, hut heaven has gained,
One of the best that earth contained.
— Inserted by his loving sisters and brother (Gaw-
ler).
MORGAN.—In sad but loving memory of our
dear husband and father (Gerald), who died of ill-
ness in France, October 25, 1918. To memory
Two years ago a message came
To tell us God had taken home
The dearest one of all to us.
But we could not wish you back again, dear,
From your bright home above,
To know the sorrow there has been
As dear a husband as this world contained.
dear sons and brothers, Percy, died at Malta,
October 26, 1915; Lawrance, killed in action in
France, April 26 1918.—Inserted by their sorrow-
ing parents, sister, and brother, Phyllis and
NETTLE.— In sad but loving memory of my
dear brother, M. C. P. Nettle (Perce), died of
pneumonia, in Weymouth, England, October 22,
1918, while on active service.
We who love you sadly miss you,
As it dawns another year;
And in lonely hours of thinking,
Thoughts of you are ever dear.
—Inserted by his loving sister, Hilda.
NETTLE.— In sad but loving memory of our
dearly-beloved son, M. C. P. Nettle (Perce), died
of pneumonia, while on active service, in Wey-
mouth, England, October 22, 1918.
We'll strew with thoughts of love
The path our dear one trod,
We'll bless the precious year that made
him ours,
And leave the rest with God.
—Inserted by his loving mother and step-
father, M. J. and J. Bird, Glanville.
STRUCK BY 'MONKEY' ENGINEDRIVER FATALLY INJURED. ANOTHER MAN IN SERIOUS CONDITIONS. NEWCASTLE, Tuesday. (Article), The Maitland Weekly Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1931), Saturday 22 December 1928 page Article 2014-10-19 22:17 of considerable weight, became dis=
of considerable weight, became dis-
STRUCK BY 'MONKEY' ENGINEDRIVER FATALLY INJURED. ANOTHER MAN IN SERIOUS CONDITIONS. NEWCASTLE, Tuesday. (Article), The Maitland Weekly Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1931), Saturday 22 December 1928 page Article 2014-10-19 22:15 ANOTHER MATs' IN SERIOUS
T. Hughes, engined'-iver, employed,
hit by a 'monkey hammer' yester
day, died this morning. ? '
ovens at the works, when, it is sta
of considerable weight, became dis
the skull right leg. jaw, and' lower
' CONDITION.
His companion, FT. Lord, who was
They were encased driving uiles
ted, the 'monkey!' an iron, hammer
men. inflicting injuries of a serious
a fractured skull. ? .
NEWCASTLE. Tuesday.
ANOTHER MAN IN SERIOUS
T. Hughes, enginedriver, employed
hit by a "monkey hammer" yester-
day, died this morning.
ovens at the works, when, it is sta-
of considerable weight, became dis=
the skull right leg, jaw, and lower
CONDITION.
His companion, H. Lord, who was
They were engaged driving piles
ted, the "monkey" an iron hammer
men, inflicting injuries of a serious
a fractured skull.
NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.
ENGINEDRIVER KILLED At Newcastle Steelworks NEWCASTLE, Wednesday. (Article), Cootamundra Herald (NSW : 1877 - 1954), Wednesday 19 December 1928 page Article 2014-10-19 22:10 At Newcastle Steelworks .
S . 1 'NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.
, 1 T; Hughes, onginedrivor, employed
at the B.I-I.P. steelworks, Newcastle,
who' was: lilt by a monkey hammer,
died since. , His companion, H. Lord;
who was severely injured when- the
hammer becamo dislodged, is In seri
At Newcastle Steelworks
NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.
T. Hughes, enginedriver, employed
at the B.H.P. steelworks, Newcastle,
who was hit by a monkey hammer,
died since. His companion, H. Lord,
who was severely injured when the
hammer became dislodged, is in seri-

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